Sharing a helpful way to view your life struggles, the difference between external challenges and internal challenges, and how to ease your suffering. This video was made in partnership with Adobe.
Exploring the topic of radical acceptance and how we can use this to release suffering from our lives.
Taking this self care day to get my life together again. These are a few habits that always help me feel better about myself: meditation, eating healthy, reading, yoga, cleaning & decluttering, skincare.
A slow self care morning for my mental health. I've been feeling overwhelmed, with puppy mom life and work getting busier. Today I decided to give myself much needed time for self care habits and mindfulness practices. Not my typical morning routine, but a much needed reset.
The energy of these times really calls for extra self care in my routine. With so much going on in the world, it's increasingly important to take care of our mental health.
You know I'm all about personal growth, but I can also admit: Sometimes self help isn't enough. Especially now, some of us need more than self help to feel okay – and that's okay. Today, therapist Kati Morton is on the show to talk about caring for your mental health, especially in a pandemic.
How to stay positive & take care of your mental health during these uncertain times. Whether you're feeling fear, anxiety or panic because of the pandemic, here are some thoughts to help you find inner peace, calm, love and hope.
How much time did you spend on social media today? How much of that time actually made you feel good? Clinical psychologist Dr. Ali Mattu is sharing his thoughts on the mental health discussion, social media, and anxiety – as licensed professional and YouTuber himself!
Today's guest is a dear friend and one of the first ever Lavi Loves: transformational Diamond Process Coach, Mandy Van De Brug! Mandy is full of wisdom on cultivating self love, a sense of self worth, and overcoming mental health struggles.
Let’s talk mental health. Today’s guest, Shannen Roberts, is the founding editor of The Strange is Beautiful (TSIB), a resource for accessible alternative self-help for mind obstacles (not “mental illness”!). Through the TSIB blog, zines, and events, Shannen and the TSIB staff create a positive community for understanding and healing your mental health.