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This is a space where we talk about personal growth & development. We sometimes talk about hard things but we always talk about human things. We are here to breakdown, breakaway, & breakthrough emotional trauma so we can stop overthinking, get unstuck, & improve relationships. Lilli is a speaker, healer, author & coach based in Phoenix, Arizona with clients all over the world. Her biggest challenge came when her past trauma & abuse met her in real life & her crowning personal moment came whe ...
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Ever need a word of encouragement and a story that feels like a warm hug for your soul? Join life coach Blaze Schwaller as she explores what it means to be imperfect, human, and striving for a fully engaged and colorful life in this series about stretching to reach your highest potential while honoring the full range of your emotions and experiences. Whether she's talking about crippling self-doubt or the joy of befriending feral cats, expect these poignant conversations to be your weekly bo ...
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這個節目介紹正念與自我慈悲相關資訊,同時也分享正念與自我慈悲練習檔案,歡迎大家訂閱並給予評價,您的回饋是節目前進的動力。This podcast will share articles, information and meditation practices regarding self-compassion and mindfulness. 如果您想收到節目更新通知,歡迎加入Line官方帳號:自我慈悲學堂, Line ID: @selfcompassion,https://lin.ee/AnBzyCZ,個人網站https://SelfcompassionStudio.com,https://drliuyihung.com, Podcast Website https://podcast.selfcompassionstudio.com/
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Hello. I’m Kathy Larson, SELF COMPASSION COACH for WORLD SHAKING, DREAM MAKING & RISK TAKING WOMEN. I work with courageous and creative women – helping them to align who they are with who they want to be by finding courage and self-compassion to live a joyful life. My goal here is to help each of us to live a life of belonging by sharing with you the stories that create a meaningful life.
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Fuel your body, unleash your soul: The podcast for women ready to lose weight and fully embrace their unique gifts and talents. Learn how to transform your body and mind with brain science and self-compassion. Do you know *what* to do to lose weight but can’t find the time or energy to actually do it? Are you the one always behind the camera taking pictures of everyone else on vacation because you don’t like the way you look? Are you ready to stop waiting to lose weight in order to start par ...
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Mothering and nurturing is showing up for another person no matter what, whether you have a lot to give or not. What does this concept look like when we apply it not only to child raising, but also to ourselves, our goals and our dreams? When we are at our worst, feeling the least motivated and the moodiest, it is when we need the most nurturing, l…
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I re-release my 2021 interview with Dr. Angela Gist-Mackey. She explains that her career journey began in advertising, but eventually she realized that not only was academia a better fit for her, it paved a path for her to fulfill a larger purpose. While in her advertising career, she experienced bullying by supervisors and was struck by the sharp …
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Have you ever had a day where you started off great? You had a nice healthy breakfast. Things are going well through lunch. Then in the afternoon you have a few pretzels and realize that puts you over your calories for the day. Suddenly you’re thinking, “Ugh. I had three pretzel sticks instead of two, and that put me twenty-three calories over my b…
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A solo episode today about how to be comfortable in your own skin <3 Feedback & questions for the show, DM me on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lillibewley/ Ready to love dating & find true love? Join me in DATING U: The School for Magnetic Relationships. Use code LOVE2023 for your first month free! www.lillibewley.com/datingu Lilli's Feminine Datin…
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Whohoo! Summer is on its way. Yaasssss. It’s a time to maybe slow down a little, the kids are out of school. Which means schedules are a little less routine and hopefully maybe there’s a family trip or two it there too. Which is great! And can also be a minefield is you’re trying to lose weight. So today we’re talking about TRAVEL. Travel doesn’t h…
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Whenever anyone tells us something to do, we have pushback against that idea to see if they really mean it, and also to reinforce what we’re doing instead of changing. It happens even when we ask ourselves to do something different. Instead of telling ourselves to do something, we should let ourselves opt in. We change much easier when we are able …
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Professor of STEM Education at the University of Colorado and creator of the Whole Professor Project Blog, Dr. Erin Furtak tells the origin story of her blog, the epiphany she had that her approach to work was exacerbating her migraines, her commitment to feeling whole, and her ongoing journey to feeling well. Erin insists that wellness among acade…
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Have you ever finished the box of crackers or the package of cookies, just to get it out of the house? Have you ever eaten your kids’ leftovers because you don’t want to let the food go to waste? Or maybe you’ve looked at something leftover in the fridge and thought, “Well I might as well eat this because no one else in the family will.” Not lettin…
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I offer an update about Dr. Melva Robertson's academic career as well as re-release her 2021 interview. In it, she describes both her research about Covid and the Great Resignation as well as her own career pivot into academia after the Covid pause provided ample reflection time and insight. Melva explains that self-care, mental health, and finding…
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When our goal is too broad or vague, it’s too difficult for our brains to get on board and make it happen. Our bodies don’t know what we want them to do. Making decisions that could get us closer to the goal becomes super difficult because we have no real sense of what succeeding at the goal looks like. The first challenge is recognizing why you ha…
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Have you ever been trying to change a habit like eat less sugar or drink less wine and you’ve got yourself a nice plan thinking “Today I will NOT have sugar. I will be strong.” And then somewhere along the way your brain sneaks in a thought like, “some chocolate would be really great right now.” or “I just want something sweet” or maybe it’s even t…
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As an adult, I need to remind myself that I am getting better at things and improving in my life, but as a kid, we believe in ourselves as a matter of course. We need to let go of perfection and embrace ourselves as being on a journey in order to receive the delight of believing we are getting better in every way every day. If we believe we are don…
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Jenny Rain believes that when we heal relationships, we heal the world. She is passionate about helping people heal negative patterns blocking their soulmate relationships and create the love they want. When not coaching, Jenny is working on her dissertation called "After Eve" about giving women access to a more fully embodied individuation process…
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Dr. Geneviève Taylor, Associate Professor of Career Counseling at the University of Quebec in Montreal, discusses the foundational role mindfulness has played in her career wellness journey, saving her time, inviting clarity and creativity to her work, helping her to set boundaries with ease, among other benefits. Find Geneviève at https://professe…
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Do you ever feel guilty when you eat a certain type of food? Do you think of certain categories of food as “good” or “bad”? When was the last time you ate a cookie or a piece of cake without feeling guilty? Today we’re going to talk about food labeling. That's what we’re doing when we say “I was bad last night.” or when we say “sugar is bad” or “I’…
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Ever notice how freakin’ busy life gets this time of year? As the sun is up more often I have a lot more desire to be out and about and do things I want to do. And, so does the rest of my family and the rest of the world, and sometimes their schedules and needs get in the way of my own. This episode is about dealing with the frustration of conflict…
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Have you ever had a specific food that just feels like it has a little more power over you than you do over it? There are probably some foods where you feel like you can just take it or leave. But then there are other foods that you’re like “You’ll have to pry this from my cold dead fingers.” And yet on the inside, you’re maybe feeling a teensy bit…
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How can you raise your expectations for what is possible in your life? This week I come at the subject from a different angle and ask you, what are you tolerating in your life? Where are the places where you can raise the bar on what you allow to keep happening in your life and expect things to go better? I share my journey of wanting to become som…
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I announce my FREE workshop series, "Digest, Rest, and Envision," which will be offered May 23, May 24, and May 25 in one-hour sessions. Tuesday's workshop will help you to process emotions left over from the academic year. Wednesday's workshop will help you to rest and trust the process of rest. Thursday's workshop will help you to envision a new …
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Today we’re gonna get deep. A lot of times when we want to lose weight, there are the normal reasons - feel better, healthier, fit into clothes, confident, etc. But sometimes we run into roadblocks on the way there. And if you’re just following a diet plan, it’s hard to uncover what’s slowing you down. In my work with clients, the more we work toge…
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Why does losing weight have to come from a place of dissatisfaction? Why can’t we love our bodies and lose weight too? In today’s special bonus episode, I had the privilege of being interviewed by Sonja Janisse, founder and CEO at Fresh Approach Fitness. Sony has such a special kind of energy that is just so magnetic and infectious. Sonya made it s…
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In life we tend to lean towards the side of action – but there is a necessity for rest and quiet and stillness. When we are faced with moments of rest, a break, or vacations, we find it difficult to dwell in the quiet. This episode explores what to expect when we take a break and attempt to recuperate from burnout and hard work. It turns out, this …
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Dr. Kimine Mayuzumi discusses her graduate school journey as an advocate for change in academia, her research and blog writing about the need for academics to slow down and be lazy, and how academics may apply elements of the Japanese Tea Ceremony to their work so they can come to enjoy their work more. Find the blog post she refers to here: https:…
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Have you ever heard yourself say “I tend to be pretty hard on myself.” or “I can be a bit of a perfectionist.” or maybe you hear yourself say “I beat myself up when I blow it.” Today we’re talking about how that kind of thinking actually holds you back and LITERALLY leads to worse results. Plus what to do instead so that you can actually move towar…
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This year I am working on upgrading my expectations of myself and what is possible for me, and it’s something I want for everyone in the world. It takes some deeper awareness of where I have beliefs that cause me to struggle, and some deeper kindness towards myself to overcome these limitations. Learn how to recognize the patterns and feelings that…
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Nicole Smith Levay is a professional dancer turned Energy Coach. She integrates somatic therapies, breathwork, and meditation into her work with folks struggling with anxiety and depression. Nicole holds an MA in Somatic Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and is a well-known workshop facilitator, having hosted wellness re…
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I describe the ways academic institutions socialize us into deficit thinking where we often come to believe we are not enough. And while having a deficit thought or story is not a problem in and of itself, believing such stories and allowing them to drive our careers is a big problem. I talk about how to disrupt this type of thinking as well as how…
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How many times have you looked in the mirror and thought “I look fat in these pants.” or “I can’t wear sleeveless shirts because of the chicken wings on my arms.” Thanks to movies, magazines, society and of course, social media, we have these expectations of how we should be or how we should look and when we don’t measure up, we beat ourselves up. …
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There is a tipping point that we rarely notice – and it’s when we have put in so much good effort, love, and energy, that those vibes have an automatic return and snowball. When we zoom out and give our lives an honest assessment and look for where we have improved, we have a chance to see this law of exponential returns. What we are currently rece…
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A solo episode today, by request, relearning how to love. Feedback & questions for the show, DM me on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lillibewley/ Ready to love dating & find true love? Join me in DATING U: The School for Magnetic Relationships. Use code LOVE2023 for your first month free! www.lillibewley.com/datingu Lilli's Feminine Dating Archetype…
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In this interview conducted by Dr. Sanne Frandsen in her Facebook group, Next Level Career Community for Women in Academia, Sanne interviews Dr. Patrice Buzzanell. Patrice explains what led her to academia, how her motherhood journey began in graduate school, her struggles, and the great success she has enjoyed overall in her academic career while …
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Have you ever had a day where you’ve been on a roll, doing well for a little while. And then inexplicably, you find yourself going off the rails? Maybe you’re at an event and the cookie plate is just right THERE in front of you. Or maybe it’s 3:47pm and the kids snacks just look good and then you find yourself going back for 2nd, 3rd, or 4th servin…
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Being masterful with our time doesn’t happen without planning and deliberate actions. We must plan for what we want to happen, and we have to make space for what we want to happen. We think about the actions we need to take and the resources, but we fail to consider the space we need to allow our dreams to grow, to become real, and to become our tr…
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Continuing with our theme of connections, I discuss how all roads lead back to Dr. Sanne Frandsen! In this episode, I introduce Sanne as next week's guest host and tell several fun stories of connection and coincidence. I also re-release my interview with Sanne where she describes the power of narrative, explaining how many of our career problems m…
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How many times have you tried a New Year’s cleanse or a 30 day strict diet to kick start things? Maybe you stuck to the plan, maybe not. But over time, whatever changes you may have seen during that intense time frame didn’t stick. And that can make you feel like you’re starting over again every time and ends up leading to the yo-yo cycle of down a…
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Right around this time of year, we start to feel the hustling energy, and we can begin to take advantage of the momentum of people doing stuff around us to start putting our own projects into action and manifestation. It’s a good time to assess how you’ve spent the winter – did you spend it accumulating thoughts and feelings that serve you well, or…
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In the spirit of connecting to those beyond our immediate circles, I re-release my interview with Dr. Alex Ketchum, author of Engage in Public Scholarship: A Guidebook on Feminist and Accessible Communication. Alex explains the value of engaging in public scholarship--a hopeful message for individual scholars, the academy generally, as well as soci…
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Have you ever looked at an old photo of yourself and thought “Wow, I look so skinny in that picture! I’d be happy to weigh what I weighed then!” …and yet you remember when that picture was taken. You felt self conscious then. You wanted to lose weight then. You were thinking THEN … “I’ll be happy when I’m X weight or when I lose 10 lbs.” How much o…
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Connection and community are so important to our well-being and ability to thrive. Even though there are times when I desire to be a hermit and only drink tea, read books, and have a cat on my lap – this need for quiet is balanced by a need to get feedback and love from others, and I can’t do that on my own. Recognizing my need for community, this …
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Alana Carvalho is a mental health counselor with a private practice in NYC. She specializes in working on relationships especially by healing codependency and perfectionism. Alana’s Workbook: www.thecodependentperfectionist.com Alana’s The Codependent Perfectionist’s Codependency Recovery Workbook: https://www.alanacarvalho.com/product/the-codepend…
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Originally airing on the Papa PhD Podcast with David Mendes, this episode represents our "connections" theme for the month of March 2023. "...an incredibly insightful conversation about the impostor phenomenon in academia and beyond with Marc Reid, PhD, author of You Are Not a Fraud – A Scientist’s Guide to the Imposter Phenomenon. Imposter feeling…
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How many times have you walked through your day constantly reminding yourself “Ugh these pants are too tight. I need to lose weight.” It can be just THE WORST when your clothes remind you all the time that you’re not at the size you want to be. But those negative feelings accumulate throughout the day and you end up trying to muscle your way down t…
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Thanks to Iskra, my very first paid subscription podcast supporter! I appreciate you and am so happy you’re here. This week we explore why we do and don’t do things. Do we move toward accomplishment, or away from punishment, disappointment or discomfort? How can we approach our ambitions in a way that honors these two warring desires within us? We …
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Dr. David Mendes, creator and host of the Papa PhD Podcast, explains when and why he began the podcast, the waves of uncertainty he has undergone throughout his career, how he has transformed, and how meaningful conversations have fueled his transformation. Also, catch my interview with David on the Papa PhD podcast on March 2, 2023! Find David on …
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Do you ever feel like you did great all week, from Monday till about 5:27 pm on Friday and then you end up undoing all your hard work over the course of the weekend? How should it be possible that just 2 days of being less strict can override 5 days of awesome? It’s so frustrating! Today we’re going to talk about… Why we tend to blow our progress o…
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A solo episode today on a topic requested in the IG Community: Healing the Scarcity Wound. Feedback & questions for the show, DM me on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lillibewley/ Ready to love dating & find true love? Join me in DATING U: The School for Magnetic Relationships. Use code LOVE2023 for your first month free! www.lillibewley.com/datingu …
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The end of January is a time of seeking comfort and coziness and resisting work and effort. Or at least that’s how it is for me! It feels like a great time to get cozy, enjoy hot beverages, sleep as much as possible, and avoid working hard. Despite a belief that I ought to be productive all the time and always push forward in my business and my lif…
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Dr. James Hedges, Dean of the Division of Online and Continuing Education at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, discusses his career journey from faculty to administration. He also offers lessons learned: chaos can create opportunities, negotiation and confidence is key, discussing workplace issues with colleagues is important and therapeutic, …
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Have you ever tried a 30 day challenge or a 90 fitness program and felt really motivated at the start, but sorta secretly worried in your heart that you weren’t sure you could keep it up the whole 30 days or 90 days? We tend to do that with weight loss and particularly with diets. We start off strong and feel super motivated! But there’s this fear …
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