I have met few women who exude self-compassion the way Brittany Crane, founder of Get Out There Girl, does. Today’s podcast is all about women, what they want most, and how they can get it.
We are each experiencing different emotions, sometimes that seem to contradict each other, during this Coronavirus Pandemic. My therapist, Nan, speaks today to help support listeners in the whirlwind of feelings some of us experiencing. We are all in this together. Just like in High School Musical.
At 35 years old, Amy shares how giving up control is helping her face her terminal cancer relapse. She is an adored wife, an incredible mother to six children, and forever my angel sister.
It is my honor to have her light on the podcast today. Don’t miss this episode.
Do you have a healthy relationship with food? Chanelle Neilson has worked hard to answer yes. In today’s episode, she describes the journey she has taken to change the voices in her head and to practice gratitude for her God-given body. Her applicable tools are already helping me in my own negative self-talk around my body and food.
While life feels a little uncertain right now, I see so much light and hope in all the beautiful people around me! I am falling in love with people all over again, and I’m trying to find creative ways to see each other and become new, better people! Share your stories of cool people seeing you during social distancing by
23 was a big year for Weston. He had just gotten a promotion at his job, his wife was about to give birth to their first baby, and he loved his life in Texas. Today, Weston talks about the heart wrenching story of his precious little family. He shares what got him through the dark days and why he feels hope for the future.
What does fresh chocolate chip cookies have to do with engineering? For Sydne Jacques, it’s all about connection. On today’s episode, she shares the best advice she has been given, what it means to be fully present, and how to
find the upper arrow in any situation.
When Jennie’s husband was killed in Afghanistan, she had the whole nation watching. Mother of seven children, and wife to a mayor AND major in the National Guard, Jennie Taylor’s life was full. And she was happy with it. When two soldiers in uniform knocked on her door, every aspect of her life dramatically changed.
Jennie shares what it feels like to lose a loved one, and how in a way she cannot explain, she and her husband are now one.
This podcast episode was recorded in front of a live audience near San Diego, California. And it was the coolest.