This episode will not be the typical show where we talk about different life strategies and personal development and I encourage you. This is an episode where I share my very personal story as I grapple with the grief of losing my husband less than a month ago. Today, I'm going to pay tribute to my husband, share a little bit about his journey, some of the feelings that I have about my grief and a couple of takeaways.
Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/newlywed-widow
April 10 is National Siblings Day. As an adult, have you ever had issues with your siblings? Are you friendly with them, or barely speaking? Do you think you're too young or broke to have a will made (for you or your parents)? I'm talking about it today-- alone. My show, my thoughts, and I want you to let me know if you feel me on any of this.
Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/siblings-day
There's a WHOLE lot of things in this world that can make us mad or get our last nerve. Tyra S. Gardner is a nationally-certified Anger Management Specialist, speaker, psychotherapist and author whose sharing some tips on managing your anger in business and personal situations.
Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/anger-can-kill-you
Ereena George is a Moms Health Educator and Child Advocate, supporting moms in becoming healthy and whole so they can raise productive children. She explains how clean eating and juicing helped her conquer a poor diagnosis, and how you can begin a healthier journey this year with your diet.
Show Notes: http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/living-on-the-vedge
Rebecca Scritchfield helps people make peace with food. She is a registered dietitian, nutritionist, certified exercise physiologist, author of the book "Body Kindness," and host of the Body Kindness podcast. She joined me on the Kickin' it with Daree podcast to discuss how beauty ideals counteract body kindness, how medical society gives us unrealistic ideals to evaluate health, avoiding "choice traps," and her new Spiral Up Club.
Show Notes: http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/body-kindness
Why you should never tell your child to hug or kiss someone goodbye
The correct response to a survivor of sexual assault who confides in you
How assuming gender roles gets us in trouble
Modeling a culture of consent and respect in your own life
Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/can-i-kiss-you
No one wants to set themselves up for premature aging or sickness. But, as healing arts practitioner, intuitive energy healer and author Marie Knoetig explains, there are many decisions we make without thinking that can lead us to grow old or keep ourselves in poor health. She discusses how to be a self-advocate for your health care and understand the infinite possibilities of health and healing that lie within you.
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Pascale Recher is a multi-passionate solopreneur, an advocate of self-care in business, lover of routines, apps, and all things helping the medicine go down. When she’s not on a film set doing hair and make-up, she’s a tech & business facilitator, and the host of the Right-Brain Geek podcast. In this episode she discusses how to become more resilient, exercise self-care and her new, free 5-day Ease and Flow challenge.
Show Notes - http://dareeallen.com/ease-and-flow
Nathalie Botros – the "Bon-Vivant Girl" – is a certified health coach and psychotherapist who teaches women how to lose weight and feel great without sacrificing their appetite and love for life. In this episode, she shows us a way to get to your happy place without suffering, trying desperate measures to lose weight, or avoiding social events.
Show Notes - http://DareeAllen.com/bonvivant
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Friendship Coach, Speaker and Author Pamela Naidoo teamed up with some of the world’s leading scientists and research scholars to explore friendships, and specifically, study the dynamics of platonic male-female friendships. In her new book, Just Friends - The Ultimate Girl's Guide to Male Friendships, she gives secrets on how to make long lasting, fun, meaningful friendships with men, including whether men and women can ever really be just friends, the psychology of the friend zone, and "friends with benefits."
Show Notes - http://dareeallen.com/we-are-just-friends
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Melody Warnick, author of This Is Where You Belong: The Art and Science of Loving the Place You Live discusses place attachment, being neighborly, why Americans move so much, and what it takes to feel rooted in a town or city. If you are unhappy in your current city or thinking of a new place to live, this episode will help you with the psychology of “the geographic cure”--the idea that a new place will change your life and make you a happier person or improve your status, and give you things to think about when considering how to get involved and fall in love with your community so it will feel more like the place where you belong.
Show Notes - http://dareeallen.com/where-you-belong
Starting a goal in small steps can help lower the resistance that keeps us from getting started and building momentum. That's just one of many nuggets that Life Strategist and author Betsy Pake drops in this week's episode.
The idea of "Go Big or Go Home" just doesn't work, and leaves us feeling less than and unhappy. Instead, Betsy shares her "Start Small to Live Big" philosophy, and her CHASE system, to help you accomplish new goals, get motivated & begin to live happier, more joyful lives.
Show Notes - http://dareeallen.com/start-small-live-big