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Every year of life past your diagnosis is a bonus, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Brooke was diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis, went into liver failure, and received a liver transplant--all at age 20. She is a coach for chronic illness & organ transplant patients, providing support that comes from years of coaching and personal experience. If you're looking to hear real stories from real people, this podcast is for you.
 
The podcast network that speaks to people with chronic illness, invisible illness, disability, and chronic pain. "Explicitly Sick Podcast" with Monica Michelle + "[Human]care Podcast" with Eva Minkoff Be Kind. Be Gentle. Be A Bad Ass. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Arthritis life features real patient stories, expert advice, life hacks and more to help you feel more empowered and less alone. Host Cheryl Crow shares her insights from both as a rheumatoid arthritis patient for seventeen years and as an occupational therapist, a health profession that focuses on empowering people with health challenges to function in their daily lives. This podcast will also include reflections on how you can have the best quality of life possible despite chronic pain, an ...
 
TRANSFORMING YOUR ILLNESS TO WELLNESS. I am a daughter, sister, wife, author, coach and a mother to 2 beautiful children. For over 20 years, I have suffered from several illnesses and chronic pain. My ongoing medical issues, coupled with the challenges associated with motherhood, have left me feeling lost and overwhelmed. I learned to cope with these problems by working deeply on my inner spirit to address my mental and physical traumas and heal my soul. I started this podcast to mentor and ...
 
Chronic illness completely changes your life but nobody talks about or even acknowledges all of the emotional issues that come with it and I'm on a mission to change that. As a therapist living with four autoimmune diseases, I know exactly what the issues are and more importantly, how to overcome them. From medical gaslighting, dealing with grief and all of the 'what if' thoughts that keep you awake at night, let's talk about the emotional issues of chronic illness and what you can do to hel ...
 
It's time to talk about what it is really like to live with chronic illness and how to create a life that works for you and your body. Join host Michelle Irving in this weekly podcast for every woman experiencing chronic illness and those who care about her. Every guest has faced the rocky emotional terrain that chronic illness inevitably brings. Hear their stories of how they have found ways to carve out a life filled with love, meaningful work and deep personal power. Insta: @michelleirvin ...
 
this is a podcast about chronic illness. we discuss all the wondrous joys and justifiable woes of living life with unrelenting pain and fatigue, along with all sorts of generally silly and straight up rude garbage. there is understandably quite a lot of swearing. hosted by Queens of Pain Chloe Sargeant & Joanna Nilson Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Chronic Illness Support is a place for those who are suffering with chronic illness to come together and learn from those who are also suffering. Samantha will be joined by a guest on her podcast to discuss a specific chronic illness the guest is suffering with to help provide education, awareness, and community. Chronic Illness Support Podcast is listed at number 5 of 15 chronic illness podcasts by Feedspot! "15 Best Chronic Illness Podcasts" https://blog.feedspot.com/chronic_illness_podcasts/
 
Hear inspiring testimonials by everyday people who have healed their bodies and minds of chronic pain, illness & dis-ease. Learn about different supportive modalities for self healing like brain retraining, nervous system regulation, somatic experiencing/tracking, polyvagal theory, journalling, exposure therapy & more. Explore the mindbody connection, root cause of symptoms (mind,body & emotional), & neuroplastic pain. If you have experienced any type of chronic pain, chronic illness or ment ...
 
Conversations with chronic illness warriors and creative entrepreneurs starting, growing, and scaling a business. Hear the very stories that help our guests and myself to define our dream way of making money with proven strategies in marketing and mindset to grow a business that Thrives without sacrificing our health. Tune in you’ll find the inspiration, tools, and resources you need to craft a life and business that thrives.
 
Living with an autoimmune disease, chronic pain, inflammation, and fatigue can be difficult and exhausting to both navigate and manage. Take heart, you have found a podcast that provides guidance, education, and connection. Every Wednesday you’ll receive a weekly dose of upbeat and authentic musings about life, wellness, and healing from your host, Alyssa Abrahamson, Functional Nutritional Therapist & Wellness Coach. Alyssa’s intention is to uplift and inspire you, as she shares her stories, ...
 
Out of Patients is a no-BS podcast about making healthcare suck less for everyone. Join award-winning host Matthew Zachary each week as he and his guests sardonically deconstruct all the shenanigans in terms normal humans can understand, along with a healthy dose of 80s nostalgia and random pop culture references. So strap in, and let's all make the system less horrible; because advocacy is the only thing that's ever changed anything.
 
The Podcast by and for Long Covid sufferers. Long Covid is estimated to affect at around 1 in 5 people infected with Covid-19. Some of these people recover within a few months, but there are many who have been suffering for well over a year.​There is currently no cure for Long Covid, and the thousands of people still ill have been searching for answers for a long time. In this podcast I hope to explore some of the problems and possible solutions, mixed with personal experience from those who ...
 
“No one ever finds life worth living—one has to make it worth living.” — Winston Churchill The Living with Chronic Mental Illness Podcast documents the story of my atypical mental illness. It’s my journey to managing chronic schizoaffective disorder. It’s the story of challenging moments, of failures, of successes, of love, of loss, and of hope. This is the story of how ignorance lost its bliss. This podcast is for anyone looking for hope, and for those of us who are living with a chronic me ...
 
Welcome to the Twins with Syncope podcast. We have been diagnosed with VVS (Vaso Vagal Syncope) and Neurocardiogenic Syncope.These are dysautonomia that can cause us to faint! But there are also other symptoms that complicate this diagnosis and affect our health. We are here to inspire and help those that are interested in learning about what it is like to live with chronic illness and mental health challenges and what we can do to help ourselves living in our day to day tasks or situations ...
 
About Our Discussions: At Chronic Love, in collaboration with our generous featured guests, we share candid discussions about living with chronic illness with the intention of showing the humanity, the wholeness of life impacted by chronic disease and chronic conditions. We hope that these conversations can offer a needed counterpoint to the often sterile portrayals of illness and treatment in the service of helping those living with illness to feel less alone; to offer supportive others a l ...
 
Sick and Seeking is hosted by Leslie Field, who for 20 years has been on a journey of managing and seeking healing for her chronic kidney disease. In this podcast you will hear the stories of women who are managing the long-term effects of sickness, disease, illness, syndromes, or other conditions that have manifested in their body, and how these multifaceted women find a path to living full lives even in the face of managing an uncertain medical future. This podcast is also an exploration i ...
 
Fuck the chronic 'lifelong' diagnosis industry.... SARAH is giving it to you straight, no BS fluff. Want to heal those chronic symptoms and open yourself up to happiness, love, freedom, purpose, aka- wanna know how to radically recreate your life and drop all the limitations? Tune in.
 
Finding God’s Wisdom for Health and Healing ****TOP 3% PODCAST (global ranking)**** Do you want more energy and less anxiety so that you can do “all the things?” Are you searching for meal ideas, essential oils, and other holistic treatments? Do you wish you could know which direction to take with your health so that you could finally feel better? In this podcast, you will learn empowering principles and simple, practical solutions that can provide vibrant health to your heart, soul, mind, a ...
 
Explore extraordinary healing stories achieved through Medical Medium’s teachings and other alternative healing modalities plus practical solutions to help you live your healthiest life. Hosted by Kerstin Ramstrom, who has followed Medical Medium’s teachings since 2015. After struggling with chronic illness for decades, Kerstin pursued her quest for healing by overhauling her eating habits after learning about the healing power of fruits and vegetables and by pursuing emotional healing strat ...
 
Real talk. Let's address the elephant in the room to the growing "sickness" in our society, address root issues and provide sustainable solutions. We hope by addressing the intersectionality and connect the dots like a web of many of society’s challenges, we can help others understand the trauma infection that impacts all areas of life – addiction, domestic violence, racism, homelessness, sexual abuse, chronic health issues, cancer, environmental issues, climate change and more. In this NEW ...
 
Welcome to "My Spoonie Sisters"! I am your host, Gracefully Jen. This podcast is where spoonies can come together and discuss life with a chronic illness. The Spoon Theory, developed by Christine Miserandino, is a term used to describe the amount of mental or physical energy a person has available for daily tasks & activities. For those with a chronic illness, our energy levels fade faster, so we must be more purposeful with the time allotted for each task; we are “Spoonies.” Whether experie ...
 
The Talking Type 1 Podcast is an award-winning type 1 diabetes podcast by Daniel Newman. Daniel, who has been living with type 1 diabetes since 1996, interviews people in the diabetes community from all over the world sharing their personal journeys of life with type 1 diabetes. You can find Daniel on Instagram or Twitter at @t1d_dan or email him at talkingtype1podcast@gmail.com.
 
Exhausted, burned out, and isolated in your chaotic life? Self-care isn’t enough. Hoorf! Podcast host Elle Billing is a disabled artist and caregiver on the other side of burnout. In each episode, Elle and her guests discuss the challenges of living compassionately with honesty and humor. Returning to the origins of the word radical – that is radix, or root – we are digging at the roots of systemic problems in a conversational format, getting to know our neighbors, and using creative express ...
 
Sharing patient stories and discussions while having a laugh and keeping it real. A weekly podcast where performer, writer, and MS-er Jess Brien interviews people from around the world that are thriving - and sometimes only just surviving - with chronic illnesses, life changing injuries and potentially disastrous diagnoses. @thatssochronic | @jessssbrien | #ThatsSoChronic Disclaimer: Here at That's So Chronic we are sharing personal stories and are not advocating any type of treatment, thera ...
 
The mental, the emotional, and the spiritual side of living with chronic illness and invisible disease. Hosts, Jenny Nicoll and Kassy Draper, longtime friends and young moms share their experience while in the trenches with symptoms and side effects of chronic illness. Jenny’s wait for transplant and Kassy’s journey to diagnosis inspired the podcast where they interview guests and discuss hacks to keep your head above water.They see you, and your own struggle with your own invisible disease. ...
 
A podcast by Sportin' MS, a charity seeking to remove the stigma around Multiple Sclerosis, helping support the mental and emotional wellbeing of those with MS and their loved ones. On the Thrivin' through MS podcast, the charity's outgoing founder Antoinette Bunyan draws on her Caribbean roots & love for dancing to inject some energy, passion and candour into the topic of MS. She sits down with a range of guests, including those who have been diagnosed with MS as well as thought leaders in ...
 
“If Car Talk was about cancer and hosted by two millennial women.”-Stef’s Oncologist’s Husband “It’s honest, vulnerable, and unexpected.” -Portland Monthly Climb in, honey, we’ve got room! Join Amy and Stef as we laugh—or shake our fists—at the stuff only cancer people truly get. The gals put words to living the cancer experience, all while taking care to be gentle with listeners’ tender hearts. Then, it’s relatable letters from fellow cancer people, followed by cool RATS (Recent Advances in ...
 
This podcast was created to make a safe space to talk about chronic disease and chronic illness I'll be sharing how it started for me, how I coped, how I advocated for myself, what I saw, what I learned, how I finally found answers, and what treatment has been like. But I also created this podcast to chat with others in and around this same world of chronic disease. I'll be chatting with other spoonies about their experiences, their journeys, their fight through the medical system and throug ...
 
Food and Therapeutic Diet Solutions for Women with Autoimmune Disease and Chronic Illness. Are you a woman with autoimmune disease or chronic illness? Are you so tired of feeling tired and going to doctor after doctor and trying the different naturopathic methods, all the different diets, and literally nothing sticking? Nothing is helping you? Autoimmune Disease and Chronic Illness are difficult to navigate and you’re often doing it on your own. Doctors can test, maybe diagnose, and medicate ...
 
Hello and welcome to Life with a Splash of Lyme! In 2010 I was diagnosed with late stage Lyme disease, along with all the bells and whistles: co-infections, mold toxicity, and heavy metal overload. I've seen some beautiful sunny times, as well as, some dark, scary, lonely times and, I gotta tell you, healing is a trip! I'd love to share with you the good, the bad, and the shit your pants because you're too sick to make it to the toilet in time, ugly of healing. Let's cannonball into Life and ...
 
Let’s not reinvent the wheel- let’s replace it with the latest model and put a new spin on life! With a lack of male voices in the world of therapy, self-help, and parenting, The Dude Therapist Podcast will help fill the void and give men and women alike a safe space to have an open conversation and grow. As a trained therapist, I provide an informed, fun, and relatable male perspective on everything from mental health, men's issues, parenting, and just being a human. Whether you want to und ...
 
welcome to i’m trying the podcast. a place for real deal conversations on surviving life in our twenties and beyond. we’re here to redefine the "IT" girl mentality of high expectations and a perfect aesthetic. what if instead, we simply show up as we are and remind ourselves (and others) that sometimes the best we can do is TRY. and that's where i'm trying the podcast comes into the picture. we're rebranding the IT girl to be the ones showing up for themselves through self-care, compassion, ...
 
This is a podcast for the poor chronically ill and the downtrodden disabled folks. I’m joking. This podcast is for anyone and everyone that has dealt with a chronic illness and the people who love them. All are welcome. Join me as we talk with important guests, talk about all the issues surrounding disability, mental health, and chronic illness. What are you waiting for? Here is our website...https://madillgirl.blogspot.com
 
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A little while ago, my doctor told me that I need to convalesce. My instinct? To record a podcast episode about convalescence. In which I was called out (kindly) for that being my first instinct. The episode is, I think, a fascinating conversation about what realistic convalescence in 2023 looks like when you live with a long-term health condition …
 
In this episode (part 2 of 2), Keisha Wright shares more about her ministry and the lives that have been transformed by God. The healing of one person can start a beautiful, unexpected ripple effect that will be experienced by future generations. Link mentioned https://www.womensrecoveryclinic.com/ Keisha Wright's Contact Information Phone: 239-333…
 
How do you manage your career while also living with chronic illness? In this interview we dive deep with Fatemeh Khatibloo, Director of The Office for Ethical and Human Use at Salesforce. You'll learn how to navigate a high profile career with authenticity. Plus the raw truth about depression, chronic illness and finding your way. And how we move …
 
This episode is brought to you by Jeannie Kulwin Coaching. Visit her website or follow her on IG @jeanniekulwincoaching Today we have another testimonial story. Our guest, Diana Hitchen, shares how she has been using the tools she has learned through CFS School, to help her recover from long covid and chronic fatigue syndrome. She has had so many w…
 
Monica Michelle is joined by Michelle Irving, a mentor for women around the world teaching them how to create a life filled with love, meaningful work and deep personal power. Michelle lives with: Autoimmune Hepatitis (AIH) Migraine Associated Vertigo (MAV) In this episode, Michelle and Monica discuss: how to ask for help and support becoming and l…
 
Conventional medicine can't do much for Hashi's but did you know that there are science-backed strategies that we know DO help reverse your hashi's symptoms? Yeah! Join Dr. Carolyn Stone and me as we talk about all of your options and the foundational places you can begin right now. Connect with Dr. Stone: www.instagram.com/drstoneaz Website: www.d…
 
Learn how I set doable and measurable plans for myself and help clients to do the same. I share how I confront my self-sabotaging impulses and prioritize my energy, time, and resources to make my dreams a reality. In this episode, you'll hear: 1. How to create a clear, measurable, and doable plan for entrepreneurs and people living with chronic ill…
 
When you become chronically ill, along with all the disbelief, medical gaslighting and accusations of "it's all in your head", you can also meet a lot of armchair psychologists. And they just love to tell you all about the deep seated issues, long hidden trauma and other weird and wonderful subconscious things that not only created your chronic ill…
 
Episode 70 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the fabulous Lorrie Rivers. Lorrie has herself recovered from Me/CFS as well as Long Covid & Fibromyalgia and is helping others to do the same. Lorrie has been helping people manage their illnesses for years and has seen a lot of success stories, but feels she has made a break-through recently whi…
 
Dr. Rade interviews Dr. Fujiyama, an expert in the field of autoimmune disease and complex chronic illness. They discuss a range of topics including autoimmunity, mitochondrial dysfunction, the Autoimmune Paleo Diet, and more! Dr. Fujiyama’s website: https://www.drfujiyamand.com/ Information on how to work with Dr. Fujiyama: https://www.drfujiyaman…
 
Hi there, my name is Cathy and welcome to That Chronic Thing. I’m here to share my experiences living with chronic illness, including ME/CFS and MS, and offer support and advice for others dealing with similar struggles. This show is a resource for anyone looking for support, advice, and a sense of community as they navigate life with chronic illne…
 
Caitlin & Chelsea, Founders and Creators of mama psychologists. They are two Registered Psychologists in Alberta, Canada, but more importantly, they are two best friends and moms to 4 kids, 5 and under. They help parents navigate the difficult transition into parenthood. From trying to conceive to navigating those tricky toddler years and beyond! T…
 
Episode 71 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Nic Wray from Tinnitus UK (formerly the British Tinnitus Association) about all things Tinnitus. We chat about possible triggers, the ups and downs, what can be done about it and research that is ongoing into the condition. This episode ties in with Tinnitus Week which is this week - February 6-10…
 
Let's dive into the root causes of fibromyalgia and where to start your healing journey. Support the show Resources Work with Audrey--> https://audreychristie.com/work-with-audrey Women's Wellness Circle - Free Facebook Group--> https://audreychristie.com/facebook Root Cause Revolution Membership—> https://audreychristie.com/membership Energy and D…
 
In this episode (part 1 of 2), I interview Keisha Wright, an exceptional professional life coach from Florida. I had the privilege of spending four days with her at her last event. In this episode, Keisha shares her amazing story of how God healed her from trauma. Link mentioned https://www.womensrecoveryclinic.com/ Keisha Wright's Contact Informat…
 
solo chat + life update as I learn what it means to truly be patient and trust in the process. all while being okay with letting go of old stories, patterns, and beliefs. in this episode I discuss: the struggle of "in-between" time in life job search (ugh) not saying yes to everything being intentional with my choices & actions reevaluating my work…
 
111. Join me this week as I introduce you to energy healer and Reiki practitioner, Innina Sakura, who believes it is essential for us to reconnect with source energy and is dedicated to guiding people to remember that essential and beautiful connection. Tune in to hear Innina’s story of being a full-time touring burlesque performer and how an on-st…
 
On today's episode, Matthew welcomes Kristie Kuhl (Global Managing Director, Health and Wellness, Zeno Group) and Peter Pitts (Former FDA Associate Commissioner and President of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest) to share highlights and recap their panel session at the 2022 STAT Summit in Boston, MA. The STAT Summit is a prestigious an…
 
The Minimalists talk about why it’s so difficult to let go. Listen to all 2.5 hours of episode 378 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do I push myself out of my long-term comfort zones? (02:08) How do we learn to better trust our intuition? (16:37) What is most concerning about the desire for nice things? (21:01) How…
 
Let's talk about the meridian that is single handedly responsible for your ability (or lack of ability) to mitigate your stress levels. I am giving three simple practices you can do anywhere to balance your triple warmer meridian. Support the show Resources Work with Audrey--> https://audreychristie.com/work-with-audrey Women's Wellness Circle - Fr…
 
Welcome to our first guest, Nitika Chropra! Nitika is a chronic illness advocate and so much more… including the founder of Chronicon, my beloved platform and group of people coming together to discuss our chronic illnesses and support each other. Today we discuss: → All about Chronicon → Coping with Grief → Current fave books (see below!) → Nitika…
 
Almost everyone in the CF community knows who Andy Lipman is and all the contributions he has made. Andy, and his older sister Wendy were born with cystic fibrosis. Wendy died when she was only 16 days old. The Lipman family founded The Wish for Wendy Foundation, in her honor. Andy has a youngster sister Emily, who was adopted. To raise funds for h…
 
This is an empowering deep episode addressing: What's taught. Why we stay Attempted murder in front of a child How family, courts, & society rallied to help abuser in prison & NOT her & children Impact on children Why to publish the ERA Impacts of Andrew Tate, Amber Heard, Ana Walshe How to support survivors Harms by therapists Judge giving attempt…
 
Knock Knock, who’s there? Intrusive thoughts, and they’re living rent free. Amy’s brain won’t let her break up with breast cancer no matter how many private yoga sessions or massages she has in one day. Time to sublet her space in Cancerland! In letters, the gals read a helpful note from a longtime pal of the podcast who wants to make sure we’re gi…
 
In this episode I speak with Sally Wolf, a wellbeing advisor, advocate and speaker who empowers others to flourish both personally and professionally through her company, LightWorks. Sally leaned into this work after studying positive psychology in 2016, shortly after her first diagnosis with breast cancer. Reflecting back on her seven years as a b…
 
Welcome to my NEW mini challenge series, where we will upgrade our lives together, and win prizes doing it. This month's theme is classic neuroplasticity. This week's focus is using our non dominant hand to brush our teeth. Did you know that as silly as it sounds, using our non dominant hand helps to strengthen our neural connections in our brain? …
 
It's Ask Audrey Friday! Here are the topics we are discussing today, questions submitted on: Candles, is there a non-toxic way? is diffusing essential oils toxic to pets? how can I support my milk supply? what is the best milk? chapped lips/eczema help? Support the show Resources Work with Audrey--> https://audreychristie.com/work-with-audrey Women…
 
It’s an update! We‘ve got episodes in the can and an explanation for our absence. Don’t worry, everything’s stable in cancer land! But Stef’s sudden indigestion? There’s an explanation for that, too. Young Survivors, assemble! The Summit is straight ahead, and we’re strapping on our gear. 2023, you’re a formidable opponent already. Meet us at the Y…
 
In this special episode, Antoinette’s husband Calvin sits down with podcast manager Harry. For the first time ever, he opens up about his experiences coping with both his wife and daughter being diagnosed with MS within the space of two years. If you found this episode helpful, please don't hesitate to contact Antoinette on antoinette@sportinms.co.…
 
Corinne is an occupational therapist-turned-hand coach who helps those with chronic hand conditions get back to doing their favorite activities. Maybe you’ve seen all sorts of hand braces and feel completely overwhelmed with all your options. Perhaps you want to know all the best gadgets to immediately do your favorite activities better. Or maybe y…
 
In this episode, Marisa shares what it was like to be diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis around her thirtieth birthday after thinking her wrist pain was only carpel tunnel syndrome. She opens up about her mixed emotions after her diagnosis and shares what helps her cope and thrive, including burlesque dancing, group fitness, the Rheum to THRIVE su…
 
This is a piggyback episode to #41. I go in a little deeper on how the lymphatic system functions and what exactly it does for our body. How can we best optimize this very important system in our body? There is so much to learn on the lymphatic system. This is just the tip of the iceberg. I hope this episode sparks some curiosity for you to do more…
 
I used to be a junk food queen! I ate all the processed, convenient foods that I could get my hands on. When I started having issues with my health, I cut all sorts of foods out of my diet. I am so glad that God is showing me that I don’t have to be so rigid about my food choices. Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you r…
 
Today we are talking about the pelvic floor. Embarrassing yeah? Well we are going to blush together while we discuss: maintaining pelvic health from child bearing years thru menopause nutrients for maintaining pelvic health movement routines releasing trauma Specific Links Mentioned: Pelvic Floor/Kegel Video https://nafc.org/downloadable-pelvic-flo…
 
How do you take care of your mental health when you are living with chronic illness? In this interview with Health Coach Lauren Freedman you'll learn about the toxicity of hustle culture and its impact on those of us living with chronic illness. Plus how to stop internalising the shame placed on living with chronic illness. And a whole lot of real …
 
Do you experience Post-Exertional Malaise? I have for a number of years now, and it can be utterly debilitating. But, like the term “brain fog”, I know what PEM means, what it feels like, subjectively, but I didn’t know all that much about what we actually mean when we talk about PEM. What’s actually happening inside our bodies when we experience t…
 
As co-founder of the Global Grit Institute, a mental health training platform for leaders and professionals, co-founder of the Dharma Coaching Institute, training thousands to live their best lives, and world renowned expert on grit and resilience, Dr. Neeta Bhushan has helped thousands of people move past their heartbreaks, failures, and disappoin…
 
This episode is sponsored by Jeannie Kulwin Coaching. Visit her website to learn more and follow her on IG @jeanniekulwincoaching Our guest today, Heidi Hazen, a certified Master Hypnotist NGH, teaches us how age regression hypnosis could be the key to unlocking our deepest emotional trauma in our subconscious to heal and create lasting conflict re…
 
The Candida Diet has a million variations and the role it plays is seriously misunderstood. Today I'm diving into what it is, how it helps your body heal from candida overgrowth, and how to use food to your advantage to get healthy. ~Marian **************************************************** Get Started Guide: http://eepurl.com/gPlQl5 Therapeutic …
 
What does it mean to have a healthy relationship with food? In today's episode with Elise Lu, we're discussing what it can look like to reevaluate and shift the relationships we have with ourselves, others, and the food we eat. Elise Lu is a Registered Dietician helping people heal their relationship with food and with that, life overall. With her …
 
Beverly A. Zavaleta, MD, is a board-certified family physician, cancer survivor, and long-time advocate of patient education. The author of "Braving Chemo: What to Expect, How to Prepare, and How to Get Through It," Beverly talks about the "good problem to have" of being a medical professional and a cancer patient simultaneously. An unapologetic st…
 
Are you struggling to get it all done? To make change? To heal your body? One of the best ways to activate your self-healing ability and gain clarity and focus is to put your oxygen mask on first. *Note in the episode I said "293" this is actually 294* Support the show Resources Work with Audrey--> https://audreychristie.com/work-with-audrey Women'…
 
The Minimalists speak with therapist and author Lori Gottlieb about family members who don’t respect boundaries. Listen to all 2 hours of episode 377 on The Minimalists Private Podcast. Discussed in this episode: How do we create a detente with loved ones who are completely intractable? (02:04) How do we bring meaningful change to our relationships…
 
Grief and sadness. It comes with the territory of chronic illness. It’s not easy to talk about… but I realized, when you share about it, it makes others feel less alone. Today’s episode covers… → An update on my health and grief → Some resources I found to make myself feel more supported → A quote that has made me feel like there is some light at t…
 
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