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I have recently been doing lots of learning and a long the way I would pick up on little quotes that were little aha moments. These were the times that I just finally heard IT and got it. It resonated with me, so maybe it will do the same for you! P.S. I have a big announcement coming SOON, so I encourage you to sign up for emails here to be one of the first to know! Subscribe here: https://thoughtful-founder-6433.ck.page/89bcc2c070Support the show
Self-sabotage refers to behaviors or thought patterns that hold you back and prevent you from doing what you want to do. When people self-sabotage, they often engage in self-defeating behaviors like procrastination, perfectionism, negative self-talk, avoidance, or conflict. Often driven by anxiety, fear, and self-doubt, they undermine their efforts to build the life they want. Self-sabotage becomes specifically problematic when the behavior becomes a habit, done so automatically that you don’t even fully realize you’re doing it or that it is leading directly to negative consequences.In this episode we talk about: -What Is Self-Sabotage?-Signs You’re Self-Sabotaging-Why Do People Self-Sabotage?-How Self-Sabotaging Behavior Impacts Your Life-How to Stop Self-Sabotaging_______________________________________________________Visit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Coaching Info:https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/p/coaching/Support the show
Michele Rosenthal is a Trauma Recovery Specialist, award-winning trauma and PTSD blogger, award-nominated author of multiple trauma/PTSD recovery books (including Your Life After Trauma and Heal Your PTSD), popular keynote speaker and workshop/seminar leader. In addition, Michele is a Certified Professional Coach, Licensed Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and Board Certified Hypnotist with a specialty in Trauma and PTSD.For many years Michele hosted a radio program and podcast series dedicated to interviewing the top experts in the fields of trauma, psychology, neurobiology and recovery. A trauma and PTSD survivor herself, Michele struggled with PTSD for almost 30 years. She affectionately calls her recovery process a “healing rampage.” It worked: Michele achieved 100% recovery. Almost two decades later she remains symptom-free and dedicates her career to creating customized concierge trauma recovery programs for high-achieving professionals who want to feel free of the past without overwhelm, wasted time, or endless hours of talk.Frequently seen in the media in such places as CBS, NBC, The Palm Beach Post, Orlando Sentinel, The Washington Post, Newsday, Psychology Today, Ladies Home Journal and The Dennis Miller Show, Michele is also the founder of Holistic Health Connections, a membership-based organization for the holistic health community. Learn more at MyTraumaCoach.com.In this episode we talk about: -What PTSD is and what it does to our bodies -Different healing modalities besides talk therapy-Breath work and the importance of it-How healing can help set up free to live you life you should have always been living -NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) Connect with Michele: https://www.mytraumacoach.com_______________________________________________________Visit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Coaching Info:https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/p/coaching/Support the show
Dahlya Brown Shook is owner and CEO of Holistic Medical Healing. She is a Brain Mastery Specialist & Psychic Healer who uses a multidimensional approach to healing with diverse training for mind, body, spirit integration.  Dahlya is a bridge to the science and spiritual modalities. When you have a  sensitive nervous system it can feel impossible to feel safe in your body. The techniques she uses help you to regulate and liberate your sensitive system so you can heal & thrive past your imposed limiting beliefs.Dahlya is someone whose teachings are rooted in personal experience. She wasn’t just a healthcare professional, she was also a mental health patient with multiple diagnoses for over 2 decades and has recovered from all of them. She  knows first hand the breakdown in traditional healthcare models for treating emotional challenges. Dahlya healed in ways doctors said was impossible and created programs to offer clients radical transformations for higher health through higher spirituality.Teaching people to activate their own inner healing capabilities she helps to move people through challenges like self sabotaging patterns, addictions, depression, anxiety, hair pulling, skin picking, nail biting, eating disorders. Whole body healing is a puzzle and Dahlya puts those pieces together to offer her clients quantum healing beyond the healthcare model.Some of her professional training includes Board Certified Occupational Therapist, Certified Integrative Medicine for Mental Health, Trauma Specialist, Holistic Health Coach & Self Regulation Specialist.Connect with Dahlya: https://www.holisticmedicalhealing.comVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Coaching Info:https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/p/coaching/Support the showSupport the show
With his limitless patience for the struggle of the couple, Derek Hart helps couples make connection again, a full emotional re-attachment of their relationship. Couples will only heal if the individuals make contact with their hurt places, and then reveal those hurts to each other. For 31 years, Derek has fine-tuned his craft by making contact with his own inner wounds, and turning those wounds into profound, clearly actionable steps couples use to heal. Derek's mission is to prevent the endless hours of the couples argument, and turn that into short, often 10-minute moments in time for a couple to truly understand what no longer works. Through a workshop, a conference lecture, and 36,000 hours of coaching, Derek's heart shines through as he sits inside the couples dilemma with them, until they make sense out of their struggle, and finally nurture each other to have the dream they started with.Connect with Derek: http://www.understandeachother.com-------------------------------------------------Coaching Session info with Melissa: https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/p/coaching/Support the show
Savio P. Clemente coaches cancer survivors to overcome the confusion and gain the clarity needed to get busy living in mind, body, and spirit.  He inspires health and wellness seekers to find meaning in the "why" and to cultivate resilience in their mindset. Savio is a Board Certified wellness coach (NBC-HWC, ACC), #1 best-selling author, syndicated columnist, podcaster, stage 3 cancer survivor, and founder of The Human Resolve LLC.Savio has interviewed notable TV personalities, and is featured in prominent publications from Authority Magazine, Thrive Global to BuzzFeed. He has covered numerous wellness, technology, and travel industry events in the United States and abroad. His mission is to offer clients, listeners, and viewers alike tangible takeaways in living a truly healthy, wealthy, and wise lifestyle.In this episode we talk about: -Savio's own personal cancer survivor story-What were his day to day routines on the hard days during his journey -What made him start coaching cancer survivors-What does it take to create lifelong resilience  - Where does the healing really occur if it doesn't happen in the doctor's office -How his spirit kept him in a positive mindset Connect with Savio: https://www.thehumanresolve.comBuy his book: https://www.isurvivedcancer.co___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show
Mental Health Awareness month is in May and the #DimTheStigma campaign is our mission to dim the stigma and create hope for those affected by mental illness. Through hopeful words and actions, we can shift the hurdles for those living with mental health conditions. Together, we can be examples of acceptance, compassion, and understanding. In this episode I discuss the stigma around mental health, ways in can be harmful, and how we can dim the stigma around mental health. If you would like to pledge to #dimthestigma please go here: https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/p/dim-the-stigma/Don't forget to share your graphic on social media and tag us! ___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)Support the show
Krystal Jakosky is a teacher and writer based in Colorado helping people "own their shit" and take ownership of their own lives. Krystal teaches online and in-person classes, meets with clients in individual sessions, and hosts "Breathe In, Breathe Out: a Weekly Mindfulness and Meditation Podcast." Through personal stories and hard truths, Krystal gives her listeners and clients a healthy push in the right direction and motivates them to step into a more authentic, fulfilling life.In this episode we talk about:-What does it mean to own your own sh*t-The benefits of owning our sh*t-How we can start to own it.-What blocks us from healing-What happens when we blame other people for our actions.-How we can show compassion to ourselves and othersConnect with Krystal: https://krystaljakosky.com/___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show
I wish I could describe the trip I just took. I really can’t, but I am going to do my best. All I can say is Melissa 2.0 is here. What does that mean? That means, I have done a lot of envisioning of the person I want to become and unbecome. I have let go of many things. I have gained many things. I have gained my self confidence back. I have gained my self worth. I looked in the mirror and loved who I saw. One day this new Melissa was just here. She got here by choice. She chose to be happy. She chose not to worry. She chose not to be stressed. She chose what was important. She chose what she had control over. She had a choice and she chose her higher self. I beg you, if you struggle with self love and self worth, go on a journey to love yourself. And this is what you will get. In this episode I share exactly what I did on this trip to show up as my true self so that you can hopefully get some tips and tools to do the same! ___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show
Robb Kelly, PhD is a renowned addiction consultant who believes in treating the problem of addiction, not the symptoms. He has worked for many years helping addicts and alcoholics to recover their lives from the disease of addiction. Based on his own experiences working with addicts and alcoholics over the last 20 years, a PhD in Psychology from Oxford University and as a recovered alcoholic himself – he is a triple threat against the disease of addiction. Dr. Kelly was the CEO of a thriving telecommunications company when the walls came crashing down on him due to alcoholism. He ended up homeless and broken on the streets of Manchester, England until he found the courage to save himself. He has lectured on the subject of addiction at many high-profile universities, national conferences, public schools, churches, business organizations and hospitals, and is recognized as a leading authority on addiction recovery methods that are changing lives all around the world. Dr. Kelly is currently the CEO of the Robb Kelly Recovery Group, an addiction recovery coaching company he created based on extensive research and behaviour studies that he conducted over the last 20 years. Dr. Kelly’s methods may seem unconventional leading some people to refer to him as "The Gordon Ramsay of the Addiction World" because of his direct, no-nonsense, and candid approach to treating addiction. Dr. Kelly works to "make the road of recovery less of a mystery tour."He is passionate about educating the public and professionals on the dangers of alcohol and drugs. In this episode we talked about the following:  •Robb Kelly, Grateful Recovered Alcoholic: From Hopelessness to Hope•Recognizing the signs of alcoholism and addiction•Navigating recovery treatment options•The path to long term sobriety•Addiction and the family dynamics•Brain mapping and addiction: It’s a Thinking Problem Not a Drinking Problem•Neuroplasticity and its role in changing neural pathways •Trauma and addiction: Returning to the Scene of the Crime•The secret power of NLP in addiction recovery•Understanding body language – Somatic ExperienceA sought-after recovery expert, Dr. Kelly has appeared on such shows as The Doctors, Eye Opener, Good Morning Texas, and Kens5 morning news.  A sample of radio and print interviews include The Jim Bohannon show, Miracles in Recovery, and USA Today. Dr. Kelly hosted Sober Celebs show on KLIF radio in Dallas, and currently hosts the Recovery Channel podcast featuring special guest discussing a variety of mental health issues. Instructor/speaker for Let’s Get Back to 98% Recovery DVD’s used in prisons and recovery treatment centers throughout the US. Dr. Kelly shares his personal highs and lows as he struggled and overcame crippling alcoholism in the November 2019 release of the book “Daddy, Daddy Please Stop Drinking”.  To connect with Dr. Robb Kelly go here: https://robbkelly.com/___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show
Owner and founder Steve Barton, a successful businessman for over 40 years, is an experienced entrepreneur with a broad range of leadership skills. Steve provides a unique process, using intuitive and strategic vision to help people produce strong results and success in their personal life as well as in business. He is a coach certified by the Gestalt International Study Center. In this episode we talk about:-What is the Game of Ten -What is the game often played. -How can we become more aware-How can we get to a state of 10-How can we get create abundance. -Things to say and not say when manifesting To connect with Steve: https://www.overthelookingglass.com/Download your Free digital copy of The Father, the Son, and  the aha Moment here: https://thegameof10.com/Buy his book here___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
Joree Rose, MA, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist, mindfulness and meditation teacher, coach, author, speaker, and she also leads mindfulness retreats around the world. Joree has helped thousands of people to live happier and more fulfilling lives through living with greater awareness and compassion, allowing them to decrease their stress, anxiety and shed unhealthy habits, patterns and mindsets. Joree is host of the podcast ‘Journey Forward® with Joree Rose’ and has authored the newly released A Year of Gratitude, Daily Moments of Reflection, Grace and Thanks as well as 2 mindfulness books, Squirmy Learns to be Mindful and Mindfulness, It’s Elementary. Joree has been featured in prominent media outlets such as Oprahmag.com, NBCnews.com, Business Insider, KTLA News, and so many more!In this episode we discuss: -Why mindfulness matters -Ways to start practicing it-Different ways to cope with anxiety -Practicing Self Acceptance and compassionConnect with Joree: https://www.joreerose.com ___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
Angie Berrett (she/they) is a Registered Nurse and Advanced Trauma-Informed Yoga Instructor who helps people suffering from mental health struggles relieve stress, anxiety, depression, and PTSD through play and movement.After going from child abuse survivor to registered nurse to yoga instructor, she has spent much of her life caring for others. In 2017 she hit rock bottom and started on a journey to heal her pain. Playful movements helped her overcome her suffering. Now, she uses play and movements to help others heal from their pain of stress, anxiety, depression, and PTSD.In this episode we discuss: -What trauma-informed yoga is-What the benefits are-The benefits of movement for the nervous system-Who can do trauma-informed yoga-What "flipping your lid" means and then we do a sequence of movement that you can watch on YouTube and join yourself.Connect with Angie: https://angieberrettmovement.com/___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
Finding time that's just for us can seem tough, but it doesn't have to be. Once you have made a choice to start practicing self care, you can fit it in your routine. Before you know it, it will come second nature. In this solo episode, Melissa discusses what self care is, and how we can start practicing it in our every day lives.  She also shares why self love and self care can often be difficult. Melissa talks about questions to ask yourself when you're on your self care journey.  To watch this episode on YouTube, go here: https://youtu.be/5ekhYWWpbX8 ___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
I have been following Gage Terry on Instagram and TikTok for a while and everything he talks about just hits home for me so I just wanted to have a conversation with him. He is only 23, but has been through a-lot. Gage says in his bio, he grew up being overweight, surrounded by a lot of drama. He had an alcoholic father, drug addicted Mom for a while, and he was just lost beyond belief. But within a span of a couple of years he was able to put his life together in a way he never believed possible. His parents are currently sober and their relationships are getting better. Gage shares his knowledge and wisdom on what he has realized on his journey to seeing what he's really made of. He asks such great thought proving questions to himself that makes him think. Then he often turns that into content for Tiktok and Instagram. Gage shares some great life advice and really inspires people to take a look at themselves to see what they are truly made of.Connect with Gage Terry: IG https://www.instagram.com/gzterryofficial/ TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@gzterry?lang=en___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
Joel’s passion for helping people reach their fitness potential began during his time at Texas Tech University where he began working at a local gym. While he worked various positions within the gym, Joel always found himself motivated by one thing: making a personal impact on people’s lives and seeing that it doesn’t always have to be difficult to make necessary changes.After moving to Olympia, WA in 2004, Joel began teaching group fitness classes and helped establish some of the largest group exercise class participation numbers throughout the United States. Simultaneously, Joel managed a local gym, then spent four years working for the Washington State Department of Health and assisted in establishing a corporate wellness program while there. Joel’s relationship with Beachbody kindled in 2005 when he joined the elite Trainer team for the collaborative project, LES MILL PUMP, the home weight training program.In this episode he shares his fitness journey, his tips on staying consistent, and he shares something we should all do if we want to level up. ___________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
Brandon Janous is a Father to 3. Widower. Believer. Writer. Storyteller. In 2019 Brandon lost his wife to cancer. In this episode we talk about his story from how he met Rachel, to what the conversations looked like weeks before she passed. He gives great tips on what spouses can do when they might be faced with a similar situation. He also shares tips from a father's perspective and what you can do to help with grieving children. Brandon is passionate about keeping Rachel's memory alive and sharing about what a huge impact she had on everyone she met. ________________________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
Known as “America’s Joy Magnet”, Shari Alyse is a TEDx and Inspirational Keynote Speaker, #1 Best Selling Author, and Joy Guide. Shari has built a community of over 150k+ followers and has reached over 10 million people. Shari’s deep commitment to others is motivated by her own journey through childhood sexual abuse and other childhood traumas. At seven-years-old, Shari found herself having to use her voice on a witness stand to testify against the man who had abused her. She now uses her voice to speak around the world on self-worth, mindset, overcoming obstacles, and how to live a joy-filled life. In 2013, Shari co-founded one of the first online holistic wellness directories and communities. She has been featured on numerous media outlets including ABC, FOX, NBC, CBS radio, Huffington Post, Thrive Global, to name a few. She has gone on to Executive produce and host multiple online TV and radio shows, most recently, the talk show – Heart to Heart. Over the last 15 years, Shari has reached millions of people with her inspirational videos, speaking engagements, coaching and writings. Shari’s book, Love Yourself Happy, quickly became a #1 New Release and International Best Seller. Shari believes that in the radical acceptance of ourselves, we truly can live a life we love.Connect with Shari Alyse: https://sharialyse.com/________________________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
Nikhil Torsekar seemed to have it all: he had a loving wife and three kids, had attended a top university and business school, and had steadily climbed the career ladder at the world’s top corporations. One day it all came crashing down: he lost his job, found himself in a bitter divorce, and had nowhere to live. Further analysis revealed that Nikhil had been suffering from undiagnosed bipolar disorder, oscillating between staggering highs and incapacitating lows for 20 years. After receiving the diagnosis at the age of 40, he began a journey of introspection and healing, and is now an excellent husband, dedicated parent, and thriving professional. He works in marketing with his wife Shelly at GIOSTAR, Global Institute of Stem Cell Therapy and Research, and they’ve written and a book and are working with Hollywood producers to modify the memoir for film.Today, we’ll be speaking with Nikhil about what’s helped him on his road to recovery – medication, cognitive behavioral therapy, and meditation / mindfulness. He has immersed himself in the teaching of many authorities on holistic healing, including Dr. Deepak Chopra.-----------Six years ago, Shelly Sood had a picture-perfect marriage, lived in an upper-class neighborhood, was married to a banking executive, and had 3 beautiful children. She was suddenly yanked from this illusion: her loving husband – who had suffered from undiagnosed bipolar disorder for decades – suddenly transformed before her eyes, filed for divorce, and became hellbent on her destruction. Her sanity, physical health, faith in humanity, pocketbook, and welfare of her children and husband eroded before her eyes.Today, she is an author, mother of 3, wife, and an entrepreneur who launched a health care company called GIOSTAR* Chicago, and wrote a book called Untethered on her personal journey after saving her husband’s life. She discovered that the fulfillment gained from diminishing the pain of others is like nothing else. She has over 2 decades of personal experience with mental health disorders and 20 years of work experience. She holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Rochester and an MS from DePaul University.________________________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
Health and fitness journeys are not always easy. But it is possible to have success and stay on track. Like a lot of people, I too struggle with being consistent with working out and eating healthy. But I have done it several times. I have successfully lost 20+lbs five different times in the last tens years So I know what works and what doesn't work for me. In this episode I share what those things are and I hope that maybe some of these tips can work for you too. No matter what your fitness goals are, losing weight, gaining muscle, brand new to working out, I think anyone could benefit from this episode. Check out the portion control containers on Amazon here: https://a.co/h2IzTFF Sign up here to get my list of my 5 favorite healthy meals! (there's maybe, possibly, more than likely some bonus recipes ;-) https://thoughtful-founder-6433.ck.page/bb87cbafcdHere's a link to my Instagram to get some other tips on staying on track! https://www.instagram.com/the.bright.side.of.life_/________________________________________________________________Thank you to our sponsors:BetterHelp - Visit https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflife to join the over 500,000 people talking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for The Bright Side of Life listeners... get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/brightsideoflifeVisit our website:  https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)Support the show (https://www.thebrightsideoflifepodcast.com/support/)
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