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The Lavender Fix, hosted by Sabreen Haziq, is a self-improvement podcast dedicated to sharing stories of perseverance and resilience from real people with real experiences with the goal of making healing mandatory! Join Sabreen as she brings fascinating conversations driven by experiential learnings, straight to viewers all over the world.  

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This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Samantha Rucker: a Colorado based Air Force Veteran turned outdoor and travel enthusiast. Through many trials throughout her childhood and adulthood, Samantha has found purpose in sharing her story of courage and resilience for the first time on The Lavender Fix podcast in hopes to shield others from the dangers of sexual abuse. Samantha was sexually abused by her stepfather for years. This was followed by a long period of turbulence in provin...
Overthinking stops here! This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast underscores Cognitive Distortions, and patterns of behavior that lead to overthinking. Tune in as Sabreen uncovers the top 15 cognitive distortions, and ways to alleviate the anxiety that stems from them. Tune in!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched!Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Follow us on Instagram: @the.lavende...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Saima Shafi, also known as the Kral Koor of Kashmir: the potter girl! 5 stages of pottery, and 5 stages of grief – she’s been through it all. From facing caste bias in Kashmir to being physically abused in her marriage, Saima has survived depression, divorce, social media trolling and death threats. This girl is making dents you can’t ignore. Tune in to learn more about her journey! Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched!Start for F...
Welcome to the first solo episode of The Lavender Fix podcast where I share my own personal journey to navigating divorce and healing from heartbreak. In this quick episode, I unpack my current feelings since announcing my divorce, and make you take the heartbreak oath so you never accept the bare minimum bread crumbs ever again in a relationship. If you're hurting right now, remember this: Every storm eventually runs out of rain, but also the grass is greener where you water it! L...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Julia King: a 30 year old correctional supervisor of German descent, based in Canada . Ever since Julia was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in February 2023, she has been on a journey to recover from the upheaval cancer caused in her life, taking back the reigns, and using her social media to create resources to help cancer patients.What led to this new normal? What is it like to live a life with such a diagnosis? How did Julia come...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Alana Beaumont, a 38 year old self-love coach, who found out she was HIV positive in 2009. Ever since, she has been on a journey to advocate for those living with HIV, and using her social media to create resources to help destigmatize what it means to be living with HIV.What led to this new normal? What is it like to live a life with such a heavy diagnosis? How is Alana coming to terms with her reality? What is the path forward? Tune in ...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Brianna Walston, an Air Force Veteran turned outdoor enthusiast & content creator. Through many trials throughout her childhood and adulthood, Brianna has found purpose in sharing her story of courage and resilience in hopes to shield others from the dangers of sexual abuse. Brianna was sexually abused by her step-grandfather for years before it came to light when she was a Freshman in High School. This was followed by a long period of tur...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features CarmenRose Fiallo, a 25 years old Queer Latina disability advocate - originally from Portland, OR, now residing in NY. Exactly a year ago, CarmenRose received a formal diagnosis of her invisible disability: Chronic Migraine, that put her on her own island of loneliness where she grappled with making anyone around her understand what she was going through on a daily basis. Having chronic migraine meant facing medical gaslighting. It meant ...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Abby Cramond of New Orleans, Louisiana: an Influencer, actor, model, a full-time college student and the title winner of Miss of Louisiana! This 22 year old also holds the title of Miss for Louisiana, and has dedicated her online platforms as a medium to spread awareness about eczema, to inspire and encourage others with the message that no matter what condition you may have, it will never define who you truly are! Buzzsprout - Let's get ...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features Connie Imhoff: a Sachse, Texas based entrepreneur and a personal coach helping women heal from heartbreak and trauma. Connie has been on quite a journey since 2016, the year her marriage of 36 years came to a screeching halt, after her husband told her he did not love her anymore out of the blue. Goes without saying that she was blind-sided beyond words. The next two years? They were grotesque. How did Connie process this news? What led to the...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast, features Brenda Lopez, @brendaworksout on Instagram, a Houston, Texas based weight loss and fitness blogger, who grew by 60K followers in JUST 8 months, and is also the Founder of the award-winning wedding photography company, Bella Lumi. Brenda Lopez and Sabreen Haziq (the host) go on a little journey to uncover Brenda's pledge to putting her health first, losing 35 pounds and counting, understanding what influenced her lifestyle choices, and h...
This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast, hosted by Sabreen Haziq, features Stephanie Alston: a health and fitness enthusiast, with a 40K strong community on Instagram. We catch up about her decision to elect for a breast reduction surgery, embarking on a serious weight loss journey, and sharing major knowledge in terms of what has and hasn’t worked for her. Her relatable content has inspired many to take control of their lives, and her love for junior burritos and the Stair-master is making ...
They met in 8th grade, dated for 2 months, and by the end of 4 months, the two best friends had tied the knot. March 13th, 2004 - Lonnie & Lindsay’s life changed forever. In this episode, we chat with Linday about how her husband's motorbike crash deeply affected them both, not just as a whole, but also in terms of their everyday life, and the uncommon resilience they’ve displayed in the past 17 years to create a beautiful new life together..Follow us on Instagram: @the.lavender.fix...
This episode features Jamie Weisberg: a 27 years old badass, who grew up in a middle-class family in Canada and has a remarkable sense of humor, but most of all - she is a fierce body positivity maven and an eating disorder activist. In this conversation, we dig deeper into Jamie’s recovery journey from bulimia and the many challenges that came with it.Follow us on Instagram: @the.lavender.fix.podcast
This episode features Jenna Dillulio: a social media content creator from Virginia, who shares her powerful journey to sobriety: the good, the bad, the ugly, and the transformational parts. Several years of alcohol abuse and a near-death experience later, Jenna is thriving today and helping those who are looking for a sign or a starting point to begin their journey to sobriety. Say hello to your sober bestie!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched!Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post cont...
This episode features the former executive head chef at the White House: Sebastien Solomon! Sebastien moved to the DC area just 4 years ago. He is originally from Haiti & was raised in New Jersey. Hailing from a family with less than modest means, Sebastian’s childhood was eventful, defined by his living conditions, & he got the inspiration to cook while living with his grandmother in Haiti, who showed him how to create magic in the kitchen. Sebastian is an acclaimed personal chef who...
The birth of a baby can trigger a jumble of powerful emotions, from excitement and joy to fear and anxiety. But it can also result in something you might not expect — depression.Most new moms experience postpartum "baby blues" after childbirth, which commonly include mood swings, crying spells, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping. Baby blues typically begin within the first two to three days after delivery and may last for up to two weeks. This episode features Catie McHardy from Idaho: momma be...
This episode features Myles Berrio - an Atlanta, Georgia-based Real Estate Investor & a fitness maven. On December 8th, 2020, Myles decided to make an exception to go to the gym in the evening instead of following his usual morning routine. Everything was fine. He completed his workout, got out of the gym, into his car, headed home, but never made it. His car was hit by a drunk driver head-on - totaled, & bones crushed. His brain was in a fog, disoriented state of mind, blood everywhe...
Many things get passed down through families, like heirlooms, genetic conditions, and physical characteristics. In some cases, trauma can be inherited, too. This episode of The Lavender Fix podcast features, Isha Gounder: born and raised in LA to Indo- Fijian parents, currently an English major at UCLA. This conversation underscores Isha's brown history and how her mother’s postpartum depression and rocky relationship with her spouse threw Isha’s life into disarray. Buzzsprout - Let's ge...
This episode of The Lavender Fix Podcast features Aisha Patterson: a wife and mom of four from Tulsa, Oklahoma who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 30.Aisha is passionate about educating women on self-care and raising awareness around breast cancer. She is also the creator of #walkingoncancer21 - A movement that encourages cancer survivors to write "cancer" on the bottom of their shoes on World Cancer Day and walk all over cancer. In this episode, we talk all about Ai...
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Nic 2020

I loved this podcast! I follow Karen on insta and you couldn't Not like her! Her energy is infectious. She is so helpful with all things skin, growing out the grey, being yourself, looking after and being kind to yourself. She is beautiful inside and out and I love how she wants to share that with others.

Nov 22nd
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