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Work On Your Own Terms With Katrina McGhee

Work On Your Own Terms With Katrina McGhee

Everyone experiences burnout. Sometimes we reach a point where we desperately want to take a career break or a Sabbatical, or even quit our job, but we don’t because we’re too afraid. We’re afraid of the unknown or to face failure. But we just need to be reminded that...

Feeling Trapped By Setbacks, Trauma, And Disaster

Feeling Trapped By Setbacks, Trauma, And Disaster

  There are people who are less fortunate than others. Sometimes, they may feel trapped by setbacks, trauma, and disaster and wonder why life is different from others. We have different childhood experiences and environments that contributed to our mental health...

Mastering Acceptance: How To Process Your Grief During End Of Life With Beth Cavenaugh

Mastering Acceptance: How To Process Your Grief During End Of Life With Beth Cavenaugh

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Grief And Violence: How Society Responds And Copes

Grief And Violence: How Society Responds And Copes

  These past few years have been rough for anyone who is sensitive and open. The amount of death, grief and violence that we hear in the news or watch on the media today is hard to cope with. Imagine a young child who just heard of the news about Gabby Petito or...

It's okay to have a temper tantrum every once in a while. By having a temper tantrum, you're releasing all of your pent-up emotions. These are the negative thoughts and anger that could potentially eat you up from the inside. Learn how to fight your inner critic with...

Staying Sane Under Societal Standards And Career Pressure With Jazmine Reed-Clark

Staying Sane Under Societal Standards And Career Pressure With Jazmine Reed-Clark

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Travelers Gone Missing: Tips On How To Prepare Yourself And Stay Safe

Travelers Gone Missing: Tips On How To Prepare Yourself And Stay Safe

How prepared can you be when traveling? In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel discuss statistics and stories of travelers gone missing. Whitney shares with Jason how she went to Grand Teton a few days before Gabby Petito was reported missing in that...

Resilience And Internal Satisfaction With Katy Dolle

Resilience And Internal Satisfaction With Katy Dolle

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

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