Date: July 28, 2022
Love Me or Leave Me Podcast
Hosted by Meredith Shirey & Isaiah Vallejo-Juste
Produced by Rich Hackman
When we look at the past, we tend to look at it through rose-colored glasses. "Everything was better," and we are comforted but crippled by a false sense of nostalgia. For most, we hold a belief that pre-COVID everything was great. But was that really true? How do we reach a point of acceptance for where we are now, and an appreciation of what we have, and the feelings we hold?
In this episode we discuss:
About Meredith Shirey
Meredith Shirey, MS, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist specializing and the Founder and Practice Director of her New York based psychotherapy practice. Trained in Mental Health Counseling and licensed in Marriage and Family Therapy, Meredith’s approach to treating clients emphasizes the importance of focusing the quality of interpersonal relationships and their impact on almost every facet of our lives. She believes that everyone is deserving of connection and strives to show empathy and compassion to everyone in her life.
Office Email: email@example.com
Office Phone Number: +1 (646) 951-3692
About Isaiah Vallejo-Juste
Isaiah Vallejo-Juste is an attorney with over fifteen years of experience in matrimonial and commercial litigation and has been recognized as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers for the year 2019. Isaiah has represented some of New York’s City’s most successful and affluent individuals in the area of family law, including, divorces, prenuptial agreements, support hearings, custody proceedings, family offense proceedings, appeals, and all other family law proceedings throughout the New York City metropolitan area. Isaiah often also taps into his substantial commercial litigation experience in litigating complex financial issues involved in a divorce.
Office Email: Isaiah@rvjlaw.com
Office Phone Number: +1 (212) 953-1600 Ext. 3
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