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
Many of us appreciate the conveniences of smart phones and other technology, we can often get so comfortable with it that we fall into what Stephanie Michele calls "fast-food" relating-- Likes, etc. or quick texts instead of real communication. Some try to use social media to take short-cuts into building relationships.
Stephanie Michele is a Certified Behavioral Analyst and Founder of “No Text or Next.” She promotes improving relationship skills and facilitates communication exercises in our mainstream “device, media and app addicted” society, and promotes the value of maintaining long term relationships. She promotes an exploration of grace, empathy and curiosity as means to course correct ineffective relational habits while increasing experiences of meaningful connection.
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Meiyoko Taylor visits the podcast this week to help you find your "amazing" and tap into your hidden potential.
Most people are one step from transforming their life and it is his mission to provide them with the tools to find their AMAZING!
Listen to Meiyoko as he shares:
Show Notes - http://dareeallen.com/finding-your-amazing
Mark and Laura Tong were on the show last March, talking about ways to live without regrets, and now they're back to discuss the new book, The Life-Changing Power of No!, where they discuss healthy and respectful ways to assert your boundaries in various situations.
The Tongs discuss:
Show Notes - http://dareeallen.com/saying-no
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Have you ever felt like you wanted to accomplish something but talked yourself out of it with thoughts of, "You're too old," or "It's too late"?
Well, it's never too late to follow your dreams. Just ask Lauri Mackey, who has accomplished a LIST of things after turning 40, including racing mountain bikes and getting her GED in a class full of Hispanic teenagers that she had nothing else in common with!
Listen as she shares her tips on embracing your station in life-- where you are right now!
Show Notes - http://dareeallen.com/find-your-happy-middle/
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You can heal your own chronic anxiety and panic attacks naturally, without medication. Gina Ryan, a Nutritionist, Holistic Life & Anxiety Coach, knows this because she's done it.
Gina lives in Hawaii but admits that all of her days haven't been paradise. Listen to this show to hear her discuss:
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We're getting REALLY PERSONAL in this week's episode!
Words like penis and vagina are not dirty words; they refer to parts of the human anatomy, which we use for practical and personal purposes. So when it comes to these personal body parts, why are we afraid to talk about them with our partner, with our doctor, or admit to ourselves what “those” and other parts mean for our sexual pleasure?
In this podcast episode, Dawn Serra from the Sex Gets Real podcast and I discuss the ways that communication and introspective questions can help us find out explore more about what is pleasing to us, and how to get permission to explore more pleasure from our bodies, and how to ask our partners to explore more with us.
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Britany Felix, host of the Living Unconventionally podcast, has been married to her college sweetheart for 10 years and together, they have endured difficult times, but still have found ways to let those difficulties only strengthen their bond. In this episode she shares what she's learned from the ups and downs of love with her one and only, both before and after marriage.
In this podcast we discuss:
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As an athlete, you know that if you put the work in, something better will happen. That applies to love too.