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Modern and Meaningful Mental Health, Sobriety, Recovery and Wellness with Author, Clinical Counselor, and Master Coach Lynn Matti. Helpful discussions and tips for healing from stress, addiction, co-dependency, overwork, relationship problems, perfectionism and more. Lynn freely offers her professional and personal wisdom, evidenced-based therapy along with new and time tested tools, guidance, and inspiration for seekers of holistic mental wellness. Her mission is to help others choose, mode ...
 
100% Guilt-Free Self-Care because you know you need it to live your best life and feeling guilty isn’t helping you do it. You may believe self-care is selfish. It isn’t. You may believe you are broken. You aren’t. From exercise to mindset to books that will change your life, Tami is here to remind you that you matter and self-care is the foundation to your dream life.
 
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Show notes: https://www.tamihackbarth.com/blog/episode-112 Meghan Splawn is a food editor with a passion for meal planning and getting messy in the kitchen with kids. A graduate of New England Culinary Institute’s prestigious baking and pastry program, she worked as a pastry chef before joining Alton Brown’s culinary team for over 10 years. Meghan’…
 
Many people aren’t sure what to expect when getting sober or entering into Recovery, even with some research. The first days of sobriety are full of challenges and opportunities to strengthen recovery. Getting an idea of what it’s like can help you or your loved one navigate this time more successfully.…
 
Women experience three reproductive stages in their lives - puberty, pregnancy, and perimenopause - that change their brain in unique ways. These three critical stages in a woman’s reproductive life are accompanied by huge hormonal changes that have huge effects on her brain. I share how a woman’s brain changes during each of these stages and what …
 
Lynn explores why happiness seems so hard to get and how to figure out your own happiness goals. When most people talk about happiness, they might be talking about how they feel in the present moment, or they might be referring to a more general sense of how they feel about life overall.
 
Trauma can actually make you feel more resilient and leave you better equipped to tackle future challenges. Although "post-traumatic growth" often happens naturally, without therapy or other interventions, it can be facilitated using five growth strategies: through education, emotional regulation, disclosure, narrative development, and service. I d…
 
One of the biggest issues for parents of teens is figuring out what’s “normal” teenage behaviour and when their child might need some extra support. I talk to parenting expert, blogger and influencer, Helen Wills, about how parents can support teenagers through the many different challenges that they face during adolescence. We also touch on anothe…
 
When our children begin the slow transition to adulthood, many of them struggle more with anger. It’s important to keep in mind that anger is not the problem - it’s a symptom of a deeper problem or challenge. When we have a deeper understanding of what ramps up rage, particularly spontaneous or irrational anger for our teens, we can better support …
 
Anyone who has ever gone on a run will be familiar with that "runner's high” feeling - that euphoric sense you get after a jog where you feel on top of the world. That post-workout good mood isn't just anecdotal: research has consistently shown that, in addition to physical health benefits, exercise boosts your mood and happiness. I breakdown why e…
 
How you act and behave as a parent or carer has a massive influence over your teenager’s attitudes, behaviour and choices. I breakdown why parents are the most important role models for teenagers and how they can be a positive role model in their life. Role modelling works in relation to virtually everything – from how you handle emotions such as f…
 
All women experience the menopause. Yet many women and health professionals still don’t fully understand the signs and symptoms of peri-menopause and menopause or know how to best treat them. I have a really important and wide-ranging discussion with GP and world-leading menopause specialist, Dr Louise Newson, about how to prepare for, monitor and …
 
Do you think your genes are your destiny? Once you’ve inherited the “Alzheimer’s gene” then that’s it, you will get dementia and there’s nothing you can do about it! It’s time to change your assumptions. The way you live your life can actually change your genetic makeup. Your lifestyle choices - the foods you put in your body, the chemicals you are…
 
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