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The "All Things Life" Podcast is about just that- everything that has the power to impact who we are and how we do relationships. Niro Feliciano, cognitive psychotherapist, offers practical strategies she has developed over the last 15 years in private practice and invites you into conversations with authors, speakers, mental health and wellness specialists and other experts to help you live your fullest life. Niro talks openly and honestly about relationships, marriage, parenting, friendshi ...
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What do you do while you wait? You've asked and prayed and waited and waited some more—but what can you do while waiting in uncertainty? In this episode, I talk about what we can focus on during these times so that we can use it to strengthen both our faith and ourselves while we wait for answers.
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Does joy feel more like a choice than a feeling? Not uncommon in this season. One thing we learn about the first Christmas is that it was a season of unmet expectations where many needed to both choose joy and rely on their faith—not unlike many of us today. In this episode, I talk about how to choose joy and choose it again. https://www.nirofelici…
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Jenny Hubbard knows darkness. Losing her passionate, fiery, 6-year-old Catherine Violet Hubbard in Sandy Hook 11 years ago has been a journey that has both challenged and grown her faith. In this episode, she shares how God has met her in some of her darkest moments and made it clear He sees her and given her new purpose in her pain. This sacred co…
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Tim Washer would have never believed that he would one day be a comedian writing for shows like Saturday Night Live, a TEDx speaker, and a NYC marathon runner. Recovering from a divorce and struggling with uncertainty about his job and future, he talks about what he needed to do to move forward in strengthening his faith and believing that there wa…
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What does it even mean to live your best life? If you don't define those terms for yourself, they will be defined for you. In this episode, I share two questions that I now ask myself every morning, which have helped me find what "live your best life" means for me. www.nirofeliciano.com
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We all want stronger faith, but you know what that means, right? Oh yes, walking through the unexpected, the uncertain, and the unknown. Yet these are the situations that give us exactly that and more if we are looking in the right places. In this episode, I share more about my season of unexpected challenges and the unexpected gifts I have found a…
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With four kids of her own, parent coach Jacqueline Telgheder knows how challenging summer can be. In this episode, she offers her practical wisdom and professional insight both for you and your kids, so that all of us can have the summer we truly need. Instagram: @jbt.coaching Website: www.jbtparentcoach.com…
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Over 90% of illnesses are connected to our gut health, and many can be avoided with the right combination of diet, lifestyle, and supplements. Yet if you are anything like me, you are asking, "Where do we even begin to make changes that will actually impact our well-being?" Dr. Robin Rose unpacks all of this and more. I was fascinated by her explan…
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The idea that what you eat can heal your body is age-old, but is this true for mental illness? Dietitian Monica Marcello believes it can make a significant difference, now proven through clinical studies. It goes to show how integrated mental and physical health truly are. Learn what you can do to affect mood and mental health simply through diet i…
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Psychiatrist Dr. Aruna has a radical perspective on mental health and healing... and she is not alone. We cover so much ground in this podcast: medication or not, generational trauma, leaky gut as an answer to all the things, and what do we do about it all? This was a mind-blowing episode that made me realize that in order to heal, yes, medication …
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Sarah Fay did not have one misdiagnosis...she had 6. She tells her story, written in her best-selling book Pathological, in this episode. It makes you realize that we have to be proactive about our mental health and also that limitations may be self-imposed when we receive a label. Please share this episode with anyone who has a mental illness or i…
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It's Mother's Day, and I have a gift for you! It's this conversation with Stylist extraordinaire Jean Gordon. Yes, we are talking about clothes and our closets, but it's truly a metaphor for so much more. Some of what she said hit me in an unexpected way as I thought about my own life and my appreciation of it. Such wisdom in her words! Drop a comm…
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Alicia Robertson knows what she's talking about when she says, "When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade." In this episode, she talks about what that really means during life's hardest, unimaginable situations. Alicia talks about navigating life after divorce, and I found her philosophy on life can be applied to any difficult, unexpected life …
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We all go through seasons feeling overwhelmed, and this tends to be the case as we head for the summer. Best-selling author, speaker, and podcast host Tanya Dalton talks about what to do when this feeling hits and how we can still stay productive and live a meaningful life. https://tanyadalton.com __ COZY EARTH discount: CE-Niro…
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Do you ever think “That must be a sign!”? Do you believe in that? If so, it can make certain seasons of life easier. Identity can shift in life in different seasons. We often don’t realize what actually makes up our identity until we go through change. Yet, knowing you are on the right path can make these transitions easier. Confirmations and signs…
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So that's a loaded title, but I think most of us can relate to an overwhelmed mind, which constantly thought switches, leading to more distraction. Psychologist, author, and podcast host of Simple Families, Denaye Barahona, PhD, unpacks it all for us, offering practical strategies to reduce our mental load and bring our minds to a place of awarenes…
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Isabel Bogdan is a healer who knew her calling at a very young age. Today she talks about her fascinating entry into the world and her work as a Nurse Practitioner spreading awareness and educating about the effects of oxidative stress and what we can do to bring healing to all aspects of our lives. Follow her on Instagram at @drisabelbogdan.…
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With so many different messages on what we should be eating, it’s hard to know what truly makes a difference in our overall wellness. Dr. Katie is back on the podcast talking about her beautiful cookbook Plants First: A Physicians Guide to Wellness Through a Plant-Forward Diet. She offers her valuable insight on what a plant-forward diet can do for…
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So we tell our kids not to judge, but as adults, do we follow that advice? I find myself intentionally reminding myself not to judge and to stay curious about people. It's pretty hard these days given what we see on social media and the assumptions that are instantly made. Today I have Brenton Vaughan on the podcast, a very special guest who gave m…
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Anxiety isn't going away any time soon, but the good news is that it is treatable, and we can learn to live a very full life even with it. Joining me on this episode are experts on the matter—the Anxiety Sisters, Abbe Greenberg and Maggie Sarachek—with practical tips and solutions to help you heal and live a fuller, calmer life. https://anxietysist…
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If you can't sleep, join the 40+ million people who struggle with it—including me! I asked sleep expert Devin Burke all the questions I had on what I needed to know to help me sleep better and took his advice. For the first time in months, I am starting to sleep through the night, and you can, too. In this podcast, we talk about what to do if you c…
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Hena Doba is truly an inspiration. Today we talked about her South Asian roots and the obstacles she faced rising in her prestigious career as a TV journalist from local news networks to CBS and now Cheddar News. Although our stories are different, there was an instant connection I felt with this South Asian sister as we talked about growing up Sou…
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We all go through hard seasons where our faith expectations are not met. Maybe it's a prayer that hasn't been answered or answered in a way that you didn't want. We have come through a season of all of the above, and God has walked us through it. In this episode, I talk about what I have learned. Affiliate podcast partner COZY EARTH lounge, sleepwe…
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Kari Kampakis is an author, speaker, and girl mom—although I have definitely learned from her posts about sons, too! Here we talk about her new book More Than A Mom, which is about caring for yourself and how that impacts your whole family. We also talk about being a girl mom. She is an amazing writer and speaker and full of the wisdom we all need!…
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Kari Kampakis is an author, speaker, and girl mom—although I have definitely learned from her posts about sons, too! Here we talk about her new book More Than A Mom, which is about caring for yourself and how that impacts your whole family. We also talk about being a girl mom. She is an amazing writer and speaker and full of the wisdom we all need!…
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Grateful to have NYT Bestselling Author Julie Lythcott-Haims on the podcast once again talking about her latest book—Your Turn: How to Be An Adult. In this book, Julie writes with such compassion, helping young adults navigate their way in an incredibly complicated world. In this episode, she vulnerably shares some of her own challenges in her own …
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Families can be beautiful, complex, limiting and freeing all at the same time. It's amazing what we can learn about our history, our loved ones and ourselves if we take the time to ask questions. That is exactly what I got to do this Father's Day with my own father Dr. M Satchi. My sister, Dr. Krissy, and I got the chance to sit down and hear a few…
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Dr. Leah Katz is a clinical psychologist and a calm voice of reason in this hectic life we all lead. Although she is a new friend, I feel like I have known her for years, and I know you will, too. Her new book, Gutsy: Mindfulness Practices for Everyday Bravery, teaches us the importance of being present in order to truly tap into what we desire in …
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Lisa Bollacke faced a situation that most of us can't imagine. How do people hold on to faith during these times? Where is God at our lowest moments? Today's story released this mother's day is one of a mother's faith for her son as she and her family faced the unimaginable. This story has inspired me for years to believe that God is bigger than ou…
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Love yourself. But how do we do this, especially if we struggle with how we look? Eating disorder experts Debbie Chrabolowski, LPC and Rena Bruckman, MS, RD-N answer the hard questions that many of us are asking: How do we start working on a healthy body image when we don't love what we look like? What is disordered eating vs an eating disorder? Wh…
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Today All Things Life is 2 years old! It is also my birthday, and birthdays seem like a good time to reflect on where we've been and where we want to go. I've been thinking a lot lately about how pride shows up in ways we can't detect and what humility really means. Sharing those thoughts with you today.…
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My friend and author Amy Julia Becker joins me today to talk about the areas of our lives that need healing and how physical, emotional and spiritual healing are all connected. I can't think of a better time to have this conversation coming out of the pandemic and feeling like the world is fractured. She offers much hope and insight that I know wil…
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Wait! This chat is not just for those over 40. We need to be aware as early as possible of the things that affect our overall wellness and the impact of stress on our bodies. Jennifer Kirsch has helped me have a new conversation around what truly is healthy. I wanted to share some of her wisdom with you today. To learn more about Jennifer and the p…
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For years when I have been working with clients who are anxious and discontent, I have encouraged them to take some time off social media and focus on their own real lives. I have yet to have one come back saying it didn't help. So this time, I did it myself- and wow- it made me aware of so much I didn't even know was happening. I share all about t…
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Sometimes, when we go through hard things, we have to borrow the faith of others around us while ours is being refined. We don't always recognize the diamonds in that darkness, but with a little light, they can be found. Carine Marco is one woman whose faith always inspires me, and I have no doubt the story she shares today will inspire you, too.…
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Therapist Carrie Amos and I talk about all the things tweens and teens that can make life so very complicated. Just know, parents, you are not alone. Hopefully, this conversation will help you have the hard conversations with your kids and navigate these tricky issues with a little more clarity.بقلم Carrie Amos
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Many of us have prayers that have not been answered yet and often find ourselves waiting for something to happen in our lives. Melly Bonita knows what it's like to wait in the midst of a challenge. Today she shares her faith journey of what has happened through the waiting and how she finds hope in the process.…
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Not in the Mood? You are not alone. Yes, that's right—we are talking about it today. Low sexual desire is an area that affects a large percentage of women and a smaller percentage of men. Desire can fluctuate over the course of one's life especially during perimenopause and menopause and yet is an important part of wellness and our relationships. S…
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No, this is not about intermittent fasting! We’re talking about spiritual fasting, and this is the way the women—and now the men—in our family begin every new year. Spiritual fasting is powerful, and we have seen amazing things happen in and around us when we do this collectively. My dear friend Sonia Thomas joins me to talk about what fasting can …
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