I talk with Anna Sherman, a psychotherapist about what is was like to be the only Jewish family in her neighborhood growing up. She shares how that formed a core limiting belief in her head, the unhealthy friendships she was drawn to, and what the process of letting go of those limiting beliefs was like.
I talk with Shari Foos, a marriage and family therapist, about the power of storytelling and how it can help us connect to each other. She shares what the cult of culture is and what it tells us, and how we can replace neurotic thoughts to better serve us. We also talk about modesty and holding onto our moods and feelings.
I talk with Aurelie Berdugo, an entrepreneur and working mom, about balance. She shares why her work only makes her a better mom, why her nanny was the best investment her business ever made, how she moves forward through mom guilt, and responds to those who say her nanny is raising her kids.
I talk with Avital Chizik-Goldschmidt, a perhaps unconventional Rebetzin about her role. She shares her own naiveté, and how her Torah classes became a point of contention between her husband and his boss. We also discuss the fear of a smart woman in a position with a title as she speaks publicly for the first time about her husband’s firing.
I talk with Elyse Resch, a nutrition therapist and founder of Intuitive Eating, about the way we relate to food. She shares the harms of weight stigma, The intuitive eaters approach to emotional eating, why she likes to think of eating through the lens of satisfaction, and how to maintain our children’s natural instinct for intuitive eating.