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Empowering wellness advice with a lot of science and a lot of heart.

If you’re stuck in an emotional pattern and feel like you can’t get free, if you’re still feeling frustrated, scared or anxious, despite all the self-help books you’ve read...this is the podcast for you.

The Feminist Wellness podcast offers practical tools and advice to reconnect with that spark of passion in your life, to identify the thought patterns that serve you, and to say a long-time coming goodbye to the ones that hold you back.

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Ep #15: Choosing Suffering

There are constantly different challenges thrown at us that can send us spinning in our own thoughts and feelings. Deaths of loved ones, relationship problems, workplace struggles––all of these things can make us doubt and blame ourselves, falling into the trap of negative thoughts that make us suffer more than we have to. Lately, I’ve…
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Ep #14: Buffering

Society teaches us that there’s no need to deal with any of our painful feelings. We can pop a pill, or go out drinking, or binge-watch Netflix if we’re feeling crappy. Rather than sitting with and sorting through difficult emotions, we can numb them constantly and pretend that they’re not there. Unsurprisingly, this isn’t an…
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Ep #13: Future Tripping

Overthinking is such a sneaky, anxiety-fueling habit. When we overthink about the future – which I call future tripping – we can temporarily relieve our anxiety, because we think we’re going to be able to control the future. Which, once you think about it, is totally illogical – none of us can control every aspect of the…
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Ep #12: Sleep

Getting enough high-quality sleep is one of the single best things we can do for our bodies and minds. Sleep is when our body gets to go into rest and repair mode, so it’s important to do everything we can to support ourselves in getting enough of this glorious rest. Far too many of us…
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Ep #11: Intuitive Eating

I’m a firm believer that food is the most important medicine we have. Food causes a variety of chemical reactions in the brain and body that shape not only our physical health, but our mental health, too. I also believe that it often feels difficult to practice a holistic approach to mental and physical health…
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Ep #10: Hypothyroid Is a Feminist Issue

More than 20 Million Americans will develop a thyroid condition at some point in their lifetime, and millions of adults have thyroid conditions that are under- or un-diagnosed. Women are 5 to 8 times more likely than men to have a thyroid condition… and I see it every day in clinic: so many women don’t…
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