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Relationship Recipes is where real conversations happen on all things around relationships. Here we will have open and honest conversations on a variety of topics that will hopefully provide information and insight into how we can create happier and healthier relationships in all areas of our lives. The host, Kim Knight, is a Life Coach and Licensed Mental Health Counselor who works with individuals in helping them to uncover unhealthy patterns of relationships (including relationships with ...
 
Welcome to The Full Bodied Evolution Podcast for people who LOVE food and loathe Exercise! I’m Marnie Wynne your host and I am a certified Personal Trainer, Nutritional Advisor, Life Coach and chef. I am an anti diet, body positive mind and body transformation coach. I help food lovers and exercise loathers to build their dream healthy lifestyle and reach their health goals without faddy diets or fitness fads. This podcast is about making a life transformation, getting what you want for your ...
 
A Date with Darkness Podcast is hosted by Dr. Natalie Jones, PsyD, LPCC, a licensed psychotherapist in Oakland, CA who specializes in working with those who have suffered from relationship trauma as a result of being involved with narcissists. This podcast provides education, tips, intimate discussion, and information on topics pertaining to those who have been hurt by love and abuse who want to heal and desire to create healthy relationships. Dr. Jones will also speak about her expertise in ...
 
The Natural Health Influencer Podcast features Natural Health experts specializing in a variety of fields, discussing what they do and what you can do to live a naturally healthy lifestyle. Hosted by Natural Health expert's Stephenie Farrell and Karen Hong, this audio extension of Vista Magazine's Brand Ambassador program maintains the Vista lifestyle philosophy of prevention before remedy. New guests every week to address your common health questions and concerns.
 
Our Community Listens is a transformative community organization dedicated to changing the world by creating caring communities. We believe a Truly Human language unites us. Practicing this language is at the core of meaningful relationships and healthy human connection We inspire personal transformation through educational experiences and measure our success by the way we touch the lives of others. We invite you to elevate the way you relate to others. www.ourcommunitylistens.org
 
Co-Parenting is the relationship that never ends. If your ex is difficult to deal with, if you are experiencing high-conflict and/or the children are being hurt by the behavior of your ex partner, then this show is for you. You may not be able to change them but you CAN change everything that your child needs to be healthy and happy. Listen in as Charlie and Brook discuss the principles, tools and techniques available in order to create peace in high conflict co-parenting relationships.
 
The Husband and Wife podcast presents an entertaining, easy listening take on lifestyle topics from internet dating and maintaining relationships, to healthy habits and fitness must do's. The husband and wife duo Stephen & Claire Guentz give you their unfiltered perspective on all matters lifestyle as best a married couple can. Let's be friends! www.claireguentz.com @claireguentz & @sguentz1221
 
Careless Whispers is a bold and spicy show featuring flavors from the East (Matt Rury) and West (Calvin Chamberlain). They’ll be talking sports, entertainment, their failed relationships, legal entanglements, carnal desires, and anything else you might find interesting. Are you looking for the latest in sports, but are tired of those dry, unicoastal hosts that talk superficially about the latest news? Well, look no further. Careless Whispers is an offbeat sports podcast peppered with the uni ...
 
Bringing meaningful conversations of peace, joy, and enrichment to everyday living. How would you like to change the way you relate to yourself and learn to recognize and develop your own power? At Joy-Based Living, we offer effective strategies for improved communication, safety, and trust, for both individuals and communities."If you're a fan of Dr. Brene Brown's or Dr. Mario Martinez' leading edge ideas, and if you're looking for a community where you can practice healthy 'rules of engage ...
 
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We are joined today by Karen Hong our moderator, and our guest Carla Centola. Karen is a certified nutritional practitioner with ten plus years of personal training and nutritional experience. She is a former NCAA full-scholarship golfer at the University of Central Florida, ran three full marathons, and qualified for the Boston Marathon by the age…
 
In this Episode Brook and Tony Discuss the Absolute Necessity for acquiring and nurturing self care and mindful practices for navigating the most difficult times in ones life and for successful outcomes as a parent. Enjoy!!저자 Brook Olsen
 
Kaitlyn Brown runs her very own successful Instagram account where she shares bundles of wellness content, focusing on mind, body, and soul. She is currently studying a business commerce degree at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and hopes to join the Institute of Holistic Nutrition. Kaitlyn’s journey has been an easy one, but now …
 
In this weeks episode I will talk about how finding the right form of movement is so important if we are to achieve our health goals, as not all of us are lucky enough to naturally love exercise. It is all about what is right for you, and not just thinking that we should love all forms of working out. Its just not that simple, despite what diet cul…
 
A Date With Darkness Podcast is hosted by Dr. Natalie Jones, Psyd, LPCC, a licensed psychotherapist in California. Join Dr. Jones for an intimate discussion about the effects of abuse and healing from relationship trauma. don Jose Ruiz, who co-wrote The Fifth Agreement with his father don Miguel Ruiz (author of The Four Agreements) joined us today …
 
In this Podcast Brook and Tony discuss the frustration of the back and forth arguments of what is the right thing to do about all of the things that go along with the safety concerns of the covid pandemic, the differing perspectives regarding vaccinations, travel, custody, quarantine etc. Enjoy!!!저자 Brook Olsen
 
Part of maintaining a healthy life is the element of the body. Keeping your body in a state of wellness takes care, with positive mindsets and happy souls as contributing factors. Today, with a little help from our very own Karen Hong, we speak with Joanna Nicholson to find out how she helps her clients using a medium of dance and pilates. We open …
 
Do you know your own values? What happens when the core things important to us are different than those of our partner? Values are at play in everything we do, the decisions we make, the way we interact with others, the relationships we grow. We likely have different values than those around us, which is usually not a problem, yet when we are doing…
 
We are constantly sending messages with nonverbal communication of facial expressions, body posture, gestures, and tone of voice. We might not realize the impact nonverbal has on the integrity of our message. The words we use will have greater influence and connect with our listener if we take the time to consider our nonverbal communication in our…
 
In this weeks episode I will be discussing the power of being organised, but also the dangers that it can bring too! Diet culture pushes the very romantic idea of being organised, and that if we are properly structured in our approach to our health goals then there is no way we can fail. This isn’t true, and sometimes the healthiest approach for us…
 
A Date With Darkness Podcast is hosted by Dr. Natalie Jones, Psyd, LPCC, a licensed psychotherapist in California. Join Dr. Jones for an intimate discussion about the effects of abuse and healing from relationship trauma. Dr. Janina Fisher PhD. joins the show today to discuss how and why the body stores trauma in the tissue and how we can do certai…
 
Cliché or not, most of us start each January wanting to get a bit fitter and lose some of that Christmas weight. Another cliché – by the end of the month lots of us will have given up and gone back to our old ways. So how do we make things different this year? Getting and staying fit for life is the dream, and in this episode we are joined by Eastn…
 
Coming into a new year we have to think about what we really want for ourselves over the coming months. In todays episode I will be discussing this, and how my belief is that the whole concept of ‘New Year, New You’ can be very dangerous as it reinforces the all or nothing diet culture mindset that gets us trapped in the diet cycle in the first pla…
 
A lifelong lover of all things health and fitness related, Adriana Rotella was constantly searching for ways to optimize her own health. After reading about Pilates in a fitness magazine, she tried out a few sessions and noticed how much it relieved her back pain. She was instantly hooked! Noticing friends and family struggling with the effects of …
 
Adam J. Salgat, Sarah Weisbarth, Mike Desparrois, and Executive Director Rebecca Buell sit down with some hot cocoa and reminisce about Christmases past.You’ll learn who can’t wait for Christmas music to start, what saffron bread is, how giving the perfect wing-tipped boot created a magical memory, and what it is like to celebrate the Christmas hol…
 
As we enter the holiday season it can be a real challenge to not feel like we are compromising all of our health goals. In this episode I will be talking about how to negotiate this challenge, while still enjoying important times of year such as Christmas……and after a year as crazy as 2020 has been, this is even more relevant than ever! Here are th…
 
Anxiety is an increasingly prevalent issue, and it is one many of us are likely to face at some point. With more uncertainty in the world than ever before, it is important to find tools to get through hardships. Joanna Brown, today’s guest, is the Founder of Rejoice Nutrition and Wellness, where she helps her clients develop holistic health practic…
 
In this episode Brook and Eric dive under the hood of some of the labels that go along with high conflict personalities in order to better understand their origins, so we can find compassion for them and to better manage our reaction to how they trigger us. Enjoy!!!저자 Brook Olsen
 
In this episode we discuss diets and all the many forms they come in, which is especially poignant at this time of year as diet culture is about to begin guilting us into thinking we need to invest time and money into one of their ‘get in shape for spring time’ programmes. While driving this billion dollar industry, this is all just keeps us stuck …
 
We all have a lens through which we see things, the world, and others. My perspective is different than yours and yours is different than others. How do we still value people and relationships when we see the differences, people behave in ways we cannot agree with, and we just do not know what to do when people react in ways we do not understand? L…
 
While meal prepping makes healthy eating easier and more cost-effective, it also takes time. In today’s episode, Stephenie Farrell and Karen Hong speak with Angela Moscarelli, a mother of four, a wife, a Chartered Professional Accountant by trade, and future holistic nutritionist. She is also the blogger behind Guided Wellness, a platform where she…
 
In this episode I will be discussing diet culture and the mental impact it can have on us, and wow, this is a huge topic! Today I will be talking about this from a very specific aspect: how pervasive the language that diet culture uses is, and how that is going to influence our thinking, general mindset and the overall decisions we make for ourselv…
 
In this episode Brook has a special guest Patric McClory, who is the CEO of several high tech startups and who has an overarching perspective on cyber and internet security. We will be discussing ways to help protect you cyber space for you and you family and to help you relax and worry about other things. Enjoy!!!…
 
Practicing self-care isn’t always easy. Most of us are busy, have stressful jobs, or are too consumed with technology to make time for ourselves, but self-care is actually an important part of keeping our bodies strong and less prone to injury and disease. In this episode, Stephenie Farrell and Karen Hong are joined by Dr. Alan Chong, also known as…
 
This is one of those topics where we can get really overwhelmed with all our reasons for wanting to exercise. So in this episode I will be breaking it down for you and help you to understand that there is so much more to being motivated to exercise than just that fleeting emotion of motivation. I will be going into more detail about what real motiv…
 
Our behavior has an impact on ourselves and others, whether it is intended or not. Often, we are unaware of the impact of our behavior. We grow and change when we pause, address OUR OWN behavior and ensuing impact, AND share with others the impact of THEIR behavior. Impact matters. As we wrap up a series on effective confrontation, Impact is a key …
 
In this episode I will be interviewing Emily Barclay, the founder of the Perimenopause Hub. We are discussing hormones and their impact on our ability to lose weight, our mental health and our lifestyle. Here are the highlights from this episode: {8:50} Listening to our bodies {17:41} Symptoms of perimenopause {23:45} How to track your symptoms {32…
 
Kids want to hear what they are doing well. Giving them praise and recognition in a clear, meaningful format will improve their self-esteem and reinforce positive behaviors. Learn the formula for telling young people what they did well and why it mattered.https://www.ourcommunitylistens.org/저자 Our Community Listens Podcast
 
Vulnerability, makes you shudder or shut down just thinking about the courage it takes to be vulnerable with yourself and others. Yet, if we want to grow closer in our relationships, be understood, and create the opportunity to understand others, we have to make the commitment to create a space where vulnerability is strengthening not terrifying. D…
 
“Why does it matter?” Ever get this response from someone when you point out their behavior? Impact matters. Our impact on others AND our ability state the impact of their actions. Jill Wright helps us understand how to motivate others to change by providing meaningful impact statements. Part of a series related to Effective Confrontation, yet insi…
 
In this episode we will talk about our hormones and the role that they can play on our weight loss journey. When we understand this we can understand ourselves better, and what’s driving a lot our behaviours and choices. Far too often this gets left out of the weight loss equation, but it’s such a huge piece of the puzzle that it just can’t be igno…
 
These are the three rules of dealing with difficult ex-partners: Disengage, Disengage, Disengage. This is so difficult and everything inside of us wants to engage, defend, fight back etc. At least, that's the way it is in the beginning. You will hear some of my favorite quotes from the world of conflict management including: "DON'T JUST DO SOMETHIN…
 
In this episode Mike Desparrois, Teresa Vineyard, and Dr. Gary Morris from St. Edward University in Austin, TX discuss the relationship between the two institutes, how the university has helped students through these tough times, and the development of the Podcast Listening Group...think book club.Dr. Morris teaches physics, astronomy, meteorology …
 
In this episode I discuss why working out can sometimes be such a struggle and what we can do about it. I think this is something that we all struggle with, I know I do, but there are ways to motivate yourself around this…..you just have to find the approach that work for you. So today I am going to go through some of the strategies that I use to s…
 
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