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Tracy Crossley is a relationship expert, who specializes in treating individuals with unhealthy life and relationship patterns. She is the author of Overcoming Insecure Attachment: 8 Proven Steps to Recognizing Anxious and Avoidant Attachment Styles and Building Healthier, Happier Relationships and joins me this week to share her wisdom on all things attachment styles and relationship patterns.     Get full show notes and more information here:
Jinny Uppal is no stranger to driving contrary and innovative thinking and has done so much in the business world working with Fortune 500 companies to increase productivity. She is a graduate of Harvard Business School and practices Buddhist meditation and breathwork daily. She joins me this week to share why creating more moments of inaction and thoughtful reflection can make us more productive.     Get full show notes and more information here:
Elizabeth Earnshaw is a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified Gottman therapist. She is an expert on relationships and understands how essential it is that we emotionally co-regulate with our partners. She joins me this week to talk about this further, as well as how to create emotional safety in your relationship.     Get full show notes and more information here:
I’m showing you how to create emotional safety in your marriage and other significant relationships. Discover the foundation of emotional safety, some of the tools that help us regulate our nervous systems and help our spouses coregulate with us, and how to create a shared emotionally safe space for both of you in your relationship.     Get full show notes and more information here:
I’m walking you through a step-by-step process to help you assess your existing beliefs about friendship and whether they are holding you back. I’m showing you how to swap your limiting beliefs for more empowering thoughts and how to go out and be the friend you have always wanted to have.     Get full show notes and more information here:
Shauna Shapiro some mindfulness tools and practices that will help you show yourself more compassion and love yourself a little deeper. Shauna shares her “Good morning, I love you” practice and how it helped her to learn to truly love herself, and why loving ourselves can enable us to create deeper connection, compassion, and love for other people.     Get full show notes and more information here:
Deanna Mason and I discuss the many different ways you can rest and show you the importance of creating a day each week specifically dedicated to rest. When you make more room for rest, you will find that you have more room for other things, so discover how to establish the type of rest you need, and how to create a day of rest, whatever your belief, religion, or culture.   Get full show notes and more information here:
I share the difference between thoughts and boundaries and how to establish which one you need to implement in your life. Discover why you don’t have to stay stuck thinking thoughts that don’t serve you, and two questions to ask yourself to help you uplevel your thoughts or set a boundary.     Get full show notes and more information here:
Amy Scott and I take a deep dive into our finances and discuss the stress that comes with the day-to-day managing of money. Hear how Amy helps couples get on top of their finances, how she is teaching her kids about finances, and how to take control of your money and get the autonomy you want.     Get full show notes and more information here:
Trina McNeilly and I discuss what it means to unclutter your soul, and why doing so can help not only yourself but others as well. Trina shares some of her own soul clutter, how to know what you need to declutter in your soul, and three steps you can take right now to start this process.     Get full show notes and more information here:
Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston are the authors of I'll Be There (But I'll Be Wearing Sweatpants) and they believe that women need to know that they are not alone in experiencing loneliness and their search for friendships. They join me this week to share why friendships aren’t about being perfect, what to do if you are struggling with loneliness and their advice for building heart-centered friendships.     Get full show notes and more information here:
If you are tired of feeling like you have no time for yourself, this week’s guest is here to help. Tune in to hear some of the systems Geomyra uses in her own life and her tips and tools for implementing them into your own. Hear the endless benefits of having systems in your home and how to use them to free up hours and do whatever you want in your life.   Get full show notes and more information here:
You do not have to live in a place of burnout, overwhelm, and exhaustion. You can create an entirely new way of showing up in the world, and I’m showing you how this week. Discover how to become a new person in the way you think and feel and how to figure out the next best step to take you in the direction you want to go in your life.   Get full show notes and more information here:
We discuss how to exercise in ways that are gentle, respectful to our nervous systems and that doesn’t make us want to quit. We’re detaching from the belief that workouts have to be set and rigid, and helping you rewrite the stories you currently hold about exercise. If you are a busy woman or mom struggling to incorporate exercise into your life, don’t miss this episode.   Get full show notes and more information here:
My guest this week is co-host of the Frugal Friends Podcast, Jen Smith. Jen paid off $78k of debt in just two years and is on a mission to help people spend money in a way that is more aligned with their values. She joins me this week to share why each of us has a different value system that dictates how we want to spend our money, why frugality can be fun, and show you how to get clear about what you value spending your time and money on.   Get full show notes and more information here:
If you are holding on to dark secrets or some things from your past that you’re carrying shame for, this is the episode for you. Kristen shares how she realized she was seeking external validation, how she learned to let go of it, and how she became able to love herself enough to give herself the self-validation she needed.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Hear how Shannon learned to develop her confidence and her tips to help others do the same. Shannon shares how she realized she can overcome anything she sets her mind to, and how the choices she made to choose confidence enabled her to go forward in life as a new coach, a mom, and somebody who makes the world a better place.   Get full show notes and more information here:
This conversation is so much needed, so this week, Victoria Albina is showing you how to understand your nervous system and create emotional safety for yourself. Victoria explains codependency in a way we can understand, shares a new way to look at setting boundaries, and talks about the importance of showing yourself wild self-compassion.     Get full show notes and more information here:
Amber Price and I discuss what it really means to be authentic and share some signs to help you see if you are being authentic in your life. Amber shares how she helps people change what they need to in their life to show up authentically, and what she believes to be one of the best parts of showing up with authenticity.     Get full show notes and more information here:
We discuss why people tend to avoid conversations about race with somebody who doesn’t look like them, and why the key to allowing others to be seen, heard, and valued lies in having these important conversations. Celeste shares why you may not always say the right thing, but understanding and accepting this will enable you to learn from these exchanges and go forward with more power and compassion.   Get full show notes and more information here:
Comments (8)

Jolene Balsimo

I love this podcast, but I wish she would slow down her talking. it's just too fast.

Jan 25th

Jen Riday

way to go!!! ❤️❤️

Mar 29th

Jen Riday

I’m so glad you liked it!

Mar 27th
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Ana Esperança

oh my god this episode was so awesome :) I totally feel connected with my husband through sex...I also kind of feel that it's really the "moment" when I feel loved and when I need love well I know what to do. What Jane said about shame it's totally true..making the story short. My husband love this swinger thing and at beginning I was always afraid or I would ( like any other women) find any excuse like " I don't feel confident with my body in front of the others " or " I have headaches" lol but then one day he told me something that woke me up for the reality ..." we are not getting younger you know?" and that make me think.." Just let go and enjoy because then it's too late" and so was it and now I love it and look forward to the next one!!! 😎

Feb 12th

Ana Esperança

Jen this episode was amazing! I am writing from Germany and you know I start listennig to your podcast because I was definitively at this really bad point of my life with my husband and daughter with 3 years old. I had this feeling that we couldn't talk together anymore my husband and I and I was really depressed. Somehow you helped me soon much with your so honest podcast :) you keep giving me hope and honest feelings from my true me everyday!! you are awesome thank you Jen 😙

Feb 8th

Monica Lopez

this was a great episode. It fit in well with my thoughts today. thank you!!!

Aug 7th

Jennyfer Morel

omg this is exactly what I do and it feels great. i usually write quotes, weekly goals, positive messages. i love it

Mar 23rd
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