Welcome to the podcast! Today I’m joined by Susie Arnett. Susie is a writer, producer and creativity coach based in western Massachusetts. She spent 15 years as a producer and development executive, working for networks like Lifetime, Warner Brothers, HBO, and Fox. She has also written for multiple blogs as well as national magazines like More Magazine. Currently, she works with many of the world's top experts and teachers at the Kripalu Center, developing retreats, training, and digital experiences, and also runs a boutique consulting business where she supports thought leaders and businesses in developing original ideas that make the world a better place.
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Welcome to the podcast, today I’m joined by Michelle Farris, LMFT. Michelle is a licensed marriage and family therapist in San Jose, CA. She became a therapist after realizing the power of her own personal growth. She teaches others how to be more authentic in relationships by healing their anger and codependency. It's the power of accountability and unconditional support that helps us let go of the past and heal.
She helps people struggling in their relationships. Maybe you may feel alone and defeated. You've tried to talk things out, give in, or wait for the something to change...but nothing does. You find yourself choosing their needs over yours. That's a hard way to do relationships.
It doesn't have to stay that way. You can learn from those painful experiences and make the next relationship better - or improve the one you're still in.
When you see what didn't work you can learn what does. The end result isn't your fault, but you can be responsible for your part. You're looking for a solution. You just need the right kind of help.
She loves helping others gain control over their emotions so they can feel confident and empowered in relationships. She has helped people in 12 step recovery for many years. She can help if you are questioning your drinking, in substance abuse recovery, struggle with anger management, compulsive overeating, codependency, depression, relationships, grief, divorce and co-parenting.
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Welcome to the podcast. Today is going to be a bit different as I’m joined by, well, me!
This is my first time hosting the podcast solo, and I am a little nervous, but I’m just going to go ahead and feel the fear and do it anyway - which is especially meaningful as coping with fear is what this episode is all about.
For better or worse, fear is a primary motivator in our lives, whether we are consciously aware of this or not. I know this from experience and I see this in my practice, where many of the issues my clients struggle with are related to fear.
So I felt it would be meaningful to explore the experience of fear, the different types of fear, why fear is so powerful, and steps for changing how we understand and cope with fear.
Thanks for joining us!
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Welcome to the podcast, today I’m joined by MeiMei Fox. MeiMei is a published author, co-author, ghostwriter, and freelance editor of hundreds of non-fiction health, wellness, spirituality, and psychology books, articles, and blogs, including the New York Times bestsellers "Bend, Not Break" with Ping Fu and "Fortytude" with Sarah Brokaw.
Since July 2016, MeiMei has contributed five articles per month to Forbes as part of the Women@Forbes initiative. She writes about aligning your career with your life purpose, and profiles entrepreneurs and changemakers who can serve as role models to us all.
Her latest project is publishing her own blog, Adventures with Twins, whose daily posts include tips on raising twins, healthy recipes, product reviews, guests posts and interviews with other parents, and her own deep reflections on parenting. MeiMei has had two poems selected from among thousands of submissions for the books Multiples Illuminated, and the coming "Multiples Illuminated: Toddler to Tween."
Throughout her 15+ year writing career, MeiMei has edited books by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Columbia professor Robert Thurman; and was the Expedition Writer for Jacques Cousteau's granddaughter Alexandra's Expedition: Blue Planet.
Her articles have been published in the Huffington Post, Self, Stanford magazine, MindBodyGreen, and numerous other publications.
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Today my guest is Dr. Sharon Cohen, Ph.D. Sharon is a Relationship and Love Consultant in Newport Beach, California. She specializes in rational communication strategies and the social dynamics of men and women.
Her primary mission is to help women gain the skills to attract and keep long-lasting love.
A sub-set of that mission is to get women inspired to attract the love they desire. Her expertise and life experiences spark awareness and prompt change in her clients.
Using an educational and action-oriented program, Dr. Sharon’s clients see their interactions and relationships in a whole new light. With this new-found awareness, her clients free themselves from their past mistakes in their dating, relationships, and life so they can now relax into love.
Dr. Sharon graduated from UCLA (B.A. in Sociology; Business and Administration concentration), USC (Master in Social Work; Families and Children concentration) and the University of Texas at Austin (Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D., School of Social Work).
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