Happiness seems to be an elusive state that fewer than more people attain. But why? Why can’t we all just “be happy”? There are two reasons: Because of what’s missing in our life, and because of what’s present in our life. That’s it! What those things are, is a different story. [Read more…]
Expressing authentically means speaking your truth and honoring your boundaries. What happens when you don’t express what’s truly on your mind? You swallow the emotions, that’s what happens. And where do those emotions go? They turn up in all kinds of places in the body and eventually lead to physical illnesses and ailments, and eventually, the ever-popular depression.
I tricked Michael Lee, the founder of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, into an interview. He didn’t know our call would turn into a Q & A, so I appreciate him agreeing to do the show after I pressed record. ; ) [Read more…]
Yes, Charlie Hoehn cured himself of anxiety. I don’t interview the people that are half-way to a resolve, I go for the gold! And Charlie reveals all in this extremely important interview about how he not only lived with anxiety and panic attacks, but also how he cured himself of it.
Rachel Van Dyken, New York Times bestselling romance author, and former counselor, considers herself a romance novelist over a “relationship expert”, but I beg to differ. Her experience as a counselor, and how she continually writes about all the different scenarios in relationships (she writes about romance 10 hours a day!) makes her probably one of the most influential people in my own marriage right now. [Read more…]
Certified Health Coach, blogger, and fellow podcaster Liz Brazier joins me for a laid back episode of The Overwhelmed Brain. I’ve always wanted to dive into the topic of difficult people. And after reading about Liz’s challenges in her own life, I had to have her on. I just love Liz’s perspective on difficult people (Hint: She is much better at dealing with them than I am!). [Read more…]