Happy Healthy You!

Happy Healthy You!

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September 18, 2020 41 min
Guest: Linda Penkala 2020 is turning out the be the year of the pause. Uninvited though it was, perhaps we can make the most of it by taking the time to make an intentional commitment to our health. Linda Penkala is a wellness expert and the author of The Pause, a book for and about […]
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Guest: Gelong Thubten Gelong Thubten is our very first Tibetan monk to grace the podcast with his presence. And what an awesome presence he has! He shares with us some wisdom for navigating these stressful times and creating more peace through mindfulness practices. The author of the new book, A Monk’s Guide to Happiness, Thubten […]
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May 1, 2020 46 min
Guest: Kathryn Tristan As a Research Scientist and Assistant Professor of Medicine on the faculty of Washington University School of Medicine, Kathryn Tristan studies our immune system and its diseases. She shares some strategies to to help us focus our minds to overcome worry and anxiety using simple and easy tools of the mind, body, […]
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April 7, 2020 28 min
Guest: Connie Bowman I was taking a walk and I thought of you! Here are some words of (hopefully) comfort for some troubling times. How you are doing? Please share how you are staying grounded and well during these unprecedented times. And if you need new sunglasses or readers, don’t forget to use code: Connie20 […]
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October 18, 2019 41 min
Guest: Tracy Carlson The best way for us to emulate God is to become a blessing in other people’s lives. – Joseph Telushkin, A Code of Jewish Ethics After an abusive and traumatic childhood which resulted in struggles with an eating disorder and entering recovery, Tracy has become an advocate for others, as well as […]
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October 18, 2019 41 min
Guest: Tracy Carlson
The best way for us to emulate God is to become a blessing in other people's lives.
– Joseph Telushkin, A Code of Jewish Ethics
After an abusive and traumatic childhood which resulted in struggles with an eating disorder and entering recovery, Tracy has become an advocate for others, as well as a health and wellness expert. I think her story will touch your heart and instill hope. Tracy is now a blessing to so...
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Guest: Connie Bowman Do you have a safe place, a sanctuary of your own where you are free to express your sorrows, your prayers, your gratitude? What was your response to the last podcast? When your old shoes are tired and worn, how long does it take you to replace them with new better fitting […]
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Guest: Connie Bowman
Do you have a safe place, a sanctuary of your own where you are free to express your sorrows, your prayers, your gratitude? What was your response to the last podcast? When your old shoes are tired and worn, how long does it take you to replace them with new better fitting ones? Shoes are code for something else, but feel free to share your shopping tips if you’re so inclined. Just some food for thought in this ...
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Guest: Connie Bowman “Love takes time” as my acting teacher used to say. He was stealing a line from a song but there’s truth there. Becoming a spiritually mature human can be the work of a lifetime; a lifetime of forgetting and remembering and forgetting again that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. […]
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Guest: Connie Bowman
"Love takes time" as my acting teacher used to say. He was stealing a line from a song but there’s truth there. Becoming a spiritually mature human can be the work of a lifetime; a lifetime of forgetting and remembering and forgetting again that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. Whatever paths our life takes us down, there are lessons to be learned and, at virtually every turn, opportuni...
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September 6, 2019 33 min
Guest: Connie Bowman Is balance even possible? Over the past several years on this podcast I have talked a lot about finding balance in mind, body, and spirit. What does that mean? I try my best to explain. After listening, you might think about in which of the three centers you tend to spend more […]
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September 6, 2019 33 min
Guest: Connie Bowman
Is balance even possible? Over the past several years on this podcast I have talked a lot about finding balance in mind, body, and spirit. What does that mean? I try my best to explain. After listening, you might think about in which of the three centers you tend to spend more time; in your intellectual or mind center, your body or moving center, or in your emotional center? What mindfulness practice or practice...
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August 16, 2019 57 min
Guest: Kelly Morgan, PhD Is your health often put on the back burner because your life is just too busy? Kelly is here to help us all find more balance and peace.
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August 16, 2019 57 min
Guest: Kelly Morgan, PhD
Is your health often put on the back burner because your life is just too busy? Kelly is here to help us all find more balance and peace.
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August 2, 2019 39 min
Guest: Dr. Julie Kinn Our service men and women are there to defend us, but who is taking care of them and their families? From PTSD to family concerns, our military is a unique subset of the population with unique needs. The Department of Defense has developed some innovative programs and the civilian population is […]
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August 2, 2019 39 min
Guest: Dr. Julie Kinn
Our service men and women are there to defend us, but who is taking care of them and their families? From PTSD to family concerns, our military is a unique subset of the population with unique needs. The Department of Defense has developed some innovative programs and the civilian population is invited to the party! Check out all the free offerings.
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July 19, 2019 49 min
Guest: Ellen Hendriksen, PhD “Extroverts can have social anxiety too,” and other truths in this revelatory podcast with Dr. Ellen Hendriksen. How to quiet your inner critic, overcome shyness and be your bright and shiny beautiful true self. Dr. Hendriksen and I share some of our most embarrassing moments (mostly mine!) and how they’re not […]
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July 19, 2019 49 min
Guest: Ellen Hendriksen, PhD
"Extroverts can have social anxiety too," and other truths in this revelatory podcast with Dr. Ellen Hendriksen. How to quiet your inner critic, overcome shyness and be your bright and shiny beautiful true self. Dr. Hendriksen and I share some of our most embarrassing moments (mostly mine!) and how they're not really all that important to other people. She gives some great advice for dealing ...
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July 5, 2019 55 min
Guest: Mike Rucker, PhD What’s in your fun file? It’s summertime and our days should be chock full of fun activities, right? Sometimes I run out of ideas. Feel me? Time to call in the experts. Mike shares some mindful ideas for bringing more fun (aka joy) into our lives. In the podcast Mike mentions […]
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July 5, 2019 55 min
Guest: Mike Rucker, PhD
What's in your fun file? It's summertime and our days should be chock full of fun activities, right? Sometimes I run out of ideas. Feel me? Time to call in the experts. Mike shares some mindful ideas for bringing more fun (aka joy) into our lives. In the podcast Mike mentions the following two studies:
Interrupted Consumption: Disrupting Adaptation To Hedonic Experiences
Vacation Mindset: How Weekends C...
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