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#sorelatable Podcast - Ep 4 - Reflections on Divorce & Separation : A Spiritual Growth Process

 

I wanted to share a few reflections on my Podcast Interview with Jodie Stein. In this video, I share what I feel are the best paths to healing and walk you through a healing exercise. 

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#sorelatable Podcast - Ep 4 - Divorce & Separation : A Spiritual Growth Process

divorce spiritual healing May 23, 2023
 

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This month, our community is focusing on healing through spirit-focused techniques, so it seemed perfect to speak with Jodie Stein, MFT, a therapist located in the Bay Area, CA, trained in attachment focused, body-based therapies and drawing on nature, creativity and Spirit for healing.

The thing that caught my attention right away was her healing hikes for women in relationship transitions. This guided (physically,...

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#sorelatable Podcast - Ep 4 - Intro to Divorce & Separation : A Spiritual Growth Process

divorce spiritual healing May 16, 2023
 

I'm excited to announce that I'll be speaking, this month, with Jodie Stein, MFT. She takes a creative approach to trauma therapy for women. We'll focus our talk on Divorce & Separation and the spiritual process that accompanies this transition. Look out for the full interview next week on my Podcast, #sorelatable. 

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#sorelatable Podcast - Ep 3 - Reflections on New Avenues to Healthy Boundaries

boundaries May 12, 2023
 

I wanted to share some #reflections that have been going around in my mind since my talk with Randi Buckley on #boundaries.

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#sorelatable Podcast - Ep 3 - New Avenues to Healthy Boundaries

 

Randi Buckley, creator of “Healthy Boundaries for Kind People,” and I first spoke about boundaries about two years ago and now we’ve reconvened to explore new avenues to healthy boundaries.

Boundary setting is a practice that often starts in early childhood (with siblings at home or with others on the playground). We begin to experience those feelings of discomfort when kids and adults cross our boundaries – even if we don’t realize that’s what’s...

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#sorelatable Podcast - Ep 2 - Love & Hope for Relationships

love and hope podcast Feb 14, 2023
 

So the question is how much capacity do you have to be yourself in your relationships? In my podcast when I was interviewing, “Mr. Farnsworth”. He realized his marriage was not the best and healthiest place for him.

When it comes to a holiday, like Valentine’s Day, he experienced the holiday, as a painful reminder that his relationship wasn’t working. When he was alone and not taking care of himself, that holiday was also painful for him. Now that he’s in a...

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#sorelatable Podcast - Ep 1 - Cultivating Healthy Relationships

 

I hope you'll enjoy my very first podcast episode. It's on finding, creating, and maintaining healthy relationships.

You might be here because you are wanting to establish a healthy relationship -- or you want to improve your current relationship. These practices can be applied to romantic relationships, family, and friends.

This episode is full of tips and practices for you to create the relationships you want. I'd love to hear your thoughts, questions, and ideas in the comments below!

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Envisioning 2023 - How to create structure in your day & structure & regulation in your life.

visioning Jan 27, 2023

Every year, in December, I begin to do a lot of visioning and create a vision board for the year ahead. I do this for every aspect of my life and I challenge myself, in a curious, non-challenging way, to unconsciously just do – because I put it out there in the world.

You can watch my video, included herein, for some guidance (and inspiration). 

Here's an example of my visioning exercise. Maybe you’ll start thinking about yours – and maybe you can join our...

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Recovering from the Fallout of Divorce

 

I get a lot of people asking me to help them with the fallout of divorce. 

The traditional model of how one gets divorced creates so much tension. We’re given a model to become estranged from a person we might have been with for decades. This is a way community and family can feel comfortable -- if we truly separate. We shouldn’t care for (let alone still love in some way), talk to, or be friends with that person again. We’re supposed to separate our lives as much...

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Where is Everybody?

The past year + of COVID life has really done so much damage to relationships. I’m seeing relationships blowing up all over the place. Relationships that were strong and steady just got destabilized by this year of intensity. I’ve had a major influx of inquiries for my divorce groups and discernment counseling (which helps people decide what to do with their struggling relationship -- be it to do nothing, separate, or try to work on it). 

So many relationships have suffered...

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