As we close out May, designated as Mental Health Awareness Month, Matana reflects on the traumatic event that happened 13 years ago that would lead to the Hope to Recharge podcast.
IS THIS REALLY WHAT COUNTS?
This month, I’m reflecting on how a culmination of small shifts have created BIG leaps for me. With May zooming […]Read more
The HOW behind what it takes to truly HEAL – Part 4
Delving deep into the corridors of pain and hurt is no humble journey. In fact, it takes every ounce of […]Read more
The HOW behind what it takes to truly HEAL – Part 3
In last week’s journey inwards (click here to read), we spoke about wearing the lens of compassion and kindness, before […]Read more
The HOW behind what it takes to truly HEAL – Part 2
We each have corridors within us which we don’t simply want to open and walk through. Within these corridors, we […]Read more
The HOW behind what it takes to truly HEAL – Part 1
You may have done all the reading on healing that exists out there, visited as many therapists as you’d like […]Read more
Tired of Negative people? Consider this..
Ever thought to yourself “This person is just too NEGATIVE for me to be around?” Surprise! I think we ALL […]Read more
The ONE Gift we’re ALL blessed with
Which lens are you currently viewing your life through? I just practiced mindfulness meditation in my backyard the other day […]Read more
That one visitor we all DREAD…
What I’m about to share is super important because I believe it can be applied to each and every one […]Read more
Sex & Intimacy in the Orthodox Jewish Community: What’s working, What’s not working & What needs to change (Talli Rosenbaum)
Talli Rosenbaum, an individual, couples and certified sex therapist, who deals mainly with human relationships, and in particular, intimate relationships, joins us in this eye opening episode that confronts a controversial topic that needs exploration. Suppressed and overt traumas of all kinds can be often be triggered and revealed in intimate and personal sexual situations. Even more, one’s first sexual experience in of itself, can be perceived as a traumatic event, if conversation, mutual expectations, assumptions and desires are not properly addressed in advance.