You're going to surprise yourself (w/ Cheat Codes)
30 min

This is a special music x mindfulness episode of New Mindset, Who Dis with Cheat Codes. For this episode I talk about the power of making your goal in life right to simply be to surprise yourself. 

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Breakup Recovery Podcast
Breakup Recovery Podcast
Barbara Stevens - Breakups, Separations, Divorce, Self Help, Healing, Survi
#112 How To Survive The Holiday Season As A Single Person with Martha Bodyfelt
As the holiday season is fast approaching anyone who experiencing a breakup, separation or a divorce are possibly dreading this time of the year. Martha offers some practical tips and ideas to get you through not only the holiday season but also any other time of the year that can bring an uprising of emotions. This advice will help you to not only handle your reactions but help in your recovery. Martha’s own marriage ended at the beginning of the holiday season. The hardest part of the breakup was that her ex-husband was not moving out of their apartment for some time. They had decided they would be civil and kind to each other and try and do Christmas as a coupe. This was the worst Christmas, as they were trying to work through the sadness and heartbreak, when this time of the year was supposed to be full of happiness, family and joy. For a couple of Christmas after that Martha stayed in her apartment, as this time bought back all the feelings of pain of the ending of the marriage. Finding a good support system in the form of a therapist helped Martha. It was draining trying to project this image of the perfect wife, the perfect marriage. When she finally was honest with her self and became vulnerable and started telling friends, co-workers and family and not bottling all her emotions up inside of her she began the healing process. Martha started to do things that she felt she couldn’t do when she was in the marriage, She travel to the places she wanted go to and started some of her own traditions. It took a few Christmas to get into the swing of things and the number one thing she had to do was to learn how to manage her expectations at this time of the year. So often when relationships end and it comes to the holidays you can be down on yourself, saying things like why can’t I be happy, why can’t I have this togetherness, why can’t I have the perfect holiday. But if you take a step back and realise that maybe things are going to be a bit more subdued for a while and that’s ok. It’s a matter of having things that are simple and things that you love, if you expect that things are going to be small and simple, then your not going to be disappointed. Martha believes you also have to be careful of your selective memories. Often at this time of the year you can cherry pick all the good and amazing things that happened when you were with your partner during the holiday season. You forget the rest of the story, some of the things that weren’t that good. So often you like to paint the picture that when you were with your partner everything was great and it probably wasn’t, so you have to be honest with yourself and don’t compare yourself and what is happening now with past experiences. During this holiday season put yourself first for a change, do what you want, forget the expectations and traditions that have previously been part of your life. Now is the time to create your own traditions and do what you like and take care of yourself. This is an opportunity to change your outlook into more of a positive one. Instead of seeing this holiday season as a sad and traumatic time you have now been given this gift for you find out what you want to do and how you want to celebrate it. When you are in a relationship you tend to do things as a unit, what is good for the unit, what’s good for your partner, what’s good for the couple. But you have to be careful that you don’t loose yourself and identify when you are in a relationship. When you get out of a relationship you often don’t remember how to putt your self first and find what interests you. Self-care is so important to the recovery process and doing these things that make you happy don’t have to be expensive or elaborate. In life we have to have a balance with everything and the holidays are no different. If you find that the holidays are triggering things for you and the holidays are making it difficult for you to function and you feel that you are getting stuck. Martha encourages you to work with a therapist or join a divorce support group or single support group, that you can lean on and help you through this difficult process after your breakup. There can be many days that will trigger your memories such as your wedding day. Martha offered a way to get through this particular day by thinking of something that happened during that day that you liked a good memory and incorporate that into that day each year. For Martha the good memory of her wedding day was the Greek restaurant that they went to and each year on her anniversary Martha either cooks herself an amazing Greek meal or goes out to a Greek restaurant. So now her anniversary is no longer a day where she mourns the ending of her marriage but a day where she gets to eat amazing Greek food. You can connect with Martha @ survivingyoursplit.com and when you sign up for her newsletter you will get the Ultimate Divorce Goddess Recovery Guide.
23 min
Almost 30
Almost 30
Krista Williams & Lindsey Simcik
Ep. 380 - Ayurvedic Healing for Grief + Anxiety with Gunny Sodhi
THE INTERVIEW This interview with Gunny Sodhi is the perfect thing to set off your ayurvedic Thanksgiving! Gunny has so much wisdom to offer when it comes to taking care of yourself from a natural, holistic perspective. The way he talks about how he’s managed to heal himself naturally through anxiety and trauma is incredibly powerful. K + L have talked ayurveda before, but there’s something beautiful about bringing in this personal story of moving through loss, and it’s sure to offer you so many lifestyle and nutrition changes you can adapt to your own life to feel so, so much better. We also talk about: * Growing up steeped in ayurveda * How Gunny used ayurveda to heal after a tragic accident * The specific structures that helped him * The lifestyle changes you can make to service a thriving microbiome * The eight branches of ayurveda * How children can practice ayurveda * Herbs to aid your immunity * Oil pulling—should you do it? Find more to love at almost30.com! Resources: * YouVeda | Visit youveda.com and use code ALMOST30 for 30% off * Learn more: youveda.com/knowledge-center * Instagram: @youveda_ * Facebook: facebook.com/youveda.official * Visit shopalmost30.com to shop our merch, digital workshops, and more. Sponsors: * SAKARA | Go to sakara.com/almostsakara and use code ALMOSTSAKARA for 20% off your first order * PaleoValley | Visit paleovalley.com and use code ALMOST30 for 15% off your first order * Nutrafol | Visit nutrafol.com and use the code ALMOST30 for 20% off for new customers * Manscaped | Visit manscaped.com/almost30 and use code ALMOST30 for 20% off your order * Parade | For Black Friday Early Access and 30% off everything, visit yourparade.com/almost30 or use code ALMOST30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
1 hr 18 min
You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
Ashley Stahl
[MINDSET] Ep. 147 Black Lives Matter: Let’s Get Educated
Where does racism show up in your life? In this special episode, Ash talks with four separate leaders on the Black Lives Matter movement. This episode is packed with powerful insight, thought-provoking conversations, and a deep look at where you sit within this vital movement to bring equality and peace to the planet. In modern culture and society, racism takes on many different forms. Listen in to this episode to learn the 4 myths you may be buying into about racism and how your attachment style impacts the way you handle racism. Ash talks with these guests about black history, myths on racism, the role of narcissism in racism, and the impact of the civil justice system on black lives. Want to be color brave? This episode’s final guest opens the doors on how to remove diversity and inclusion barriers in your workplace and in your life. Racism may be more present in your life more than you originally considered. This episode’s guest will open your eyes to understand what causes racism, where it stems from, and how you can make changes in your life to be a positive light with all people. In This Episode, You Will Learn: * The top 4 myths on racism you could be buying into. * How to look at your own bias to dismantle racism. * 7 racist defense mechanisms you may be using. * How narcissism plays a role in racism. * What it looks like to be racist in today’s culture and society. * The way to navigate social media with bias and intolerance. Where You Can Find the Guests: Christina Blacken The New Quo @ChristinaBlacken April Harter https://www.narcissismrecoverycenter.com/ @aprildawnharterlcsw Brenda Stevenson https://www.drbrendastevenson.com/ Janet Stovall Watch her TED talk here https://www.linkedin.com/in/janetmariestovall/ Promotion: Craving structure and a morning routine that starts your day off right? Add a scoop of vanilla protein into the mix! Visit organifi.com/youturn to get 15% off at check out!
3 hr 32 min
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Steph Gaudreau
How Racial Identity Can Impact Your Relationship With Food w/ SharRon Jamison
Learning how to put yourself in someone else’s shoes is critical for understanding the political, pathological, and personal ways in which black women and women of color experience their relationship to food. The truth is, food affects people differently, especially when it comes to their racial identity, and it is only by shedding the societal ‘should’s’ and outdated believes that we can soar higher. Key Takeaways If You Want To Better Understand Why Food Is Political, Pathological, and Personal You Should: * Hold space for the anger of black women and women of color * Stand with black women and women of color in solidarity * Do not shrink into shame but instead shine in power * Ask how best you can support black women and women of color * Become committed to the sisterhood and stop living from a scarcity mindset * Understand the lasting effects of food insecurity and racism * Create space for people to work through their pain without trying to rescue them * Embrace the incredible journey of discovering your own soul * Let go of the beliefs that undermine your gifts and strengths Putting Yourself in Someone Else’s Shoes with SharRon Jamison SharRon Jamison is a teacher, leader, minister, author, entrepreneur, and life strategist who is passionate about helping others be who they were born to be instead of settling for what society has told them to be. Through her own experience with racial injustice, eating disorders, and the patriarchy, SharRon breaks down boundaries and exposes inequalities so that women can come together and heal as a community. Down With the Patriarchy The patriarchy that we have been socialized into thrives by pitting women against each other and forcing a scarcity mindset. We are told not to trust other women and to compete with them as if there is only room for one of us at the top. While there is evidence of a light being turned on in America, we are still at the beginning stages of this illumination. SharRon sees the first step to dismantling the patriarchy as white women coming together and standing with black women and women of color. Next, we need to embrace our ability to not shrink in shame but rather to shine in our power. Thirdly, white cis-gendered people need to be vocal about asking marginalized communities how they can provide support. Finally, by being committed to the sisterhood, we can spread the education necessary to stop wounding people of color. Racism, Food, and the Diet Industry Food is political, can be pathological, and is very personal. Many things may impact your ability to be healthy that are not directly in your control. This plays into the patriarchal system by keeping those oppressed and giving them very little opportunity to rise up from that oppression. The BUGS (beliefs that undermine your strengths and gifts) that society has told you to believe are true are keeping people suffering. SharRon wants you to remember who you were before society told you that you were not enough, and work to help others without the same privileges to stop being ignored by this broken system. Equip yourself with the tools, remember who you are, and advocate for other people so that we can step into the illumination that so many desperately need to see. Have you ever connected the dots between systematic oppression, patriarchy, diet culture, and racism? Share how you are working to heal the ‘sister wound’ through sisterhood in the comments on the episode page. In This Episode * The four steps that you can take to come together with other women and heal the collective wounds of the patriarchy (9:03) * Personal ways that being a black woman has altered SharRon’s relationship with food (15:29) * Why food carries different political, pathological, and personal weight for women of color (18:32) * How your racial background and socioeconomic status can impact your health and wellbeing (24:01) * The importance of decolonizing your thinking and connecting your history to your density (28:15) Quotes “We are being used as puppets to wound each other. And when we are aware of what is happening, we will stop wounding each other and start winning with each other and change the entire status quo.” (8:05) “Just like a fish does not know they are swimming in water, sometimes we do not know that we are swimming in this toxic pool called white supremacy.” (11:32) “I think that it is really, really important that people see how racism touches every aspect of their lives. So now, a lot of black women are not getting help, and anytime you don’t get help, you don’t get hope.” (18:10) “People are hurting, and it is overlooked because when you are a person of color, you don’t have visibility. Or you are deemed as less valuable. So I feel pain, but I also feel pride. I feel pride because, despite limited resources, people find a way.” (24:42) “Who were you before society told you who you were? You were amazing before you were socialized to be second class, before racism, before sexism, before ableism. You came to the world amazing, greatness is in your DNA!” (28:47) Links Join the Tune In Membership Here SharRon Jamison Website What Not To Say To Women Of Color by SharRon Jamison Dare To Be Me Program Deciding To Soar 2: Unwrapping Your Purpose by SharRon Jamison Follow SharRon on Facebook | Instagram Join the Listen To Your Body Newsletter Steph Gaudreau Website Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes!
40 min
A Cyster & Her Mister: A PCOS Lifestyle Podcast
A Cyster & Her Mister: A PCOS Lifestyle Podcast
PCOS Weightloss
Podcast Anniversary & A Day In Our Lives!
It's our 1 year anniversary of the podcast! We celebrate the last year of episodes and give you a glimpse into a day in our lives! Since we feel so close to you, we want to give you a play by play of a day in our lives! Tallene shares her thought process behind meal planning and how she creates a PCOS friendly work balance! You'll hear everything from the moment we wake up to the little nuances in our day as we walk you through what we do until we fall asleep at night! We'd like to take a moment to thank all the Cysters who have been listening to our podcast episodes...including our quirky stories about ladybugs and gardening! Thank you, we could not have done it without you! Join us in The Cysterhood, a community of women learning how to manage PCOS & lose weight, Gluten and Dairy Free! (bit.ly/The-Cysterhood-Membership) Ovasitol Packets: 15% OFF prc code 292660 (bit.ly/Ovasitol) Pique Tea: 5% off code TheCysterhood (bit.ly/PiqueTeaPCOS) PCOS Friendly CBD: 10% OFF code TheCysterhood (bit.ly/CBDpcos) While Tallene is a Registered Dietitian and Sirak a Personal Trainer, this podcast provides general information about PCOS. It is not meant to serve as fitness, nutrition or medical advice related to your individual needs. If you have questions, please talk to a medical professional. For our full privacy policy, please click on the following link: (bit.ly/PCOSPrivacyPolicy)
56 min
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