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Wellness and Wanderlust
118. How to Let Go of Your Ex with Tal Yardeni

Wellness and Wanderlust

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 56:09


We're talking about healing from heartache with the one and only Tal Yardeni!Tal is a breakup recovery coach who helps clients through her Breakup to Badass Formula, guiding women in the healing process and teaching them how to love themselves again. In our conversation, Tal shares her key tips for getting through a difficult breakup, and what we can do to build ourselves back up once we've accepted that the relationship is truly over. We talk about connecting to our intuition and our guides, giving ourselves the closure we crave, how we can boost our confidence after a relationship ends, and the power of looking inward in difficult times. If you enjoy this episode, please feel free to rate and review the podcast on whatever app you're listening on, and share with a friend!OUR SPONSORThis episode is brought to you by Vivoo. Use my code VALERIE20 for 20% off your purchase of Vivoo self-tracking sticks. Website: Vivoo.io Podcast Episode: Optimizing Our Health Through Biohacking with Miray TayfunCONNECT WITH TALInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetalyardeni/CONNECT WITH THE SHOWWebsite: WellnessAndWanderlust.netInstagram: www.instagram.com/wellnessandwanderlustblogFacebook: www.facebook.com/wellnessandwanderlustblogTwitter: www.twitter.com/moses_says

This Changes Everything
EP20: Breaking Up

This Changes Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 55:19


Therapy Jeff and Sarah Rice are talking about something that's always hard to deal with and not always fun to talk about–the dreaded breakup. Whether you're the one being broken up with or the one doing the breaking up, it's never a good time. But Sarah and Jeff are offering their thoughts on the best way to deal, no matter what side of it you're on. If you're the breaker-upper, what do you say? How do you say it? When do you say it? Jeff makes the distinction between ending things after just a few dates, and Sarah makes a good point, that this avoidance falls into the camp of good old procrastination. It's a little different than breaking up with someone you've been dating for a little while. Or what about when you're in a long term relationship? What if you're married? Things definitely get more complicated then. There's no totally right or completely wrong way to do it, but Sarah and Jeff have some ideas that can help both people in the relationship come out better on the other side of their breakup. Go to GreenChef.com/tce60 and use code tce60 to get 60% off plus free shipping. We want to hear from you! Let us know what's on your mind: Jeff's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@therapyjeff Jeff's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therapyjeff Sarah's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/imsarahrice Sarah On Brain Candy: https://thebraincandypodcast.com More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426  

What You're Craving
100. Challenging Our Toxic Thoughts

What You're Craving

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 44:38


Molly is joined by Leanne, a member of the “Breaking Up with Sugar” Facebook community to engage in a coaching session and take a deeper dive into her relationship with food. Usually, this journey goes one of two ways: we heal our relationship with food, and then other parts of our lives that need healing are revealed, or we work on other aspects of our personal development first, and then we shift our attention to food. For Leanne, she shares that the last few years have been challenging, and as she continues to do the inner work on herself, she struggles with her relationship with food. Leanne wants to focus on her health so that ultimately, she can get back to doing things that she truly loves in life.  Although she knows what is in her best interest foodwise, the cycling of binging and restricting continues. Molly explains that this is because our brain wants us safe, and not happy, and there is safety in doing what is familiar. For someone that has experienced disordered eating or had a lifetime of binging and restricting, that is what our brain knows and it is predictable. Molly and Leanne take a deep dive into the underlying and subconscious reasons for Leanne's relationship with food and why she feels shame and the need to hide her habits.  Although it might be obvious to us that binges have negative repercussions and ultimately steal joy, we have to acknowledge that they have served us in some way throughout our lives. That is why we get stuck in the cycle of clinging to these repetitive patterns and thoughts that don't serve us, but it's time to get some new thoughts. Some of our thoughts can be so toxic and we don't even challenge them. They can be completely untrue, yet we cling to them and allow them to be in charge. We get into a victim stance that feels safe and forget that we have choices, but the truth is that we can make a conscious choice to do what is best for us, and it starts with awareness. Episode Quote: “So many toxic thoughts go unchallenged that are not true, and something about the binging forever has made us really be victims to the binging and forget that we have choices.” - Molly Carmel Key Highlights Sometimes releasing certain food habits reveals other parts of us that need healing  Leanne shares about her relationship with food which she ultimately knows isn't in her best interest When we restrict, we are setting up our body for binging Underlying reasons for binging  Understanding the function of victimhood Connect with Molly: LOTS of EXCITING stuff going on over at mollycarmel.com - but most importantly, if the podcast resonated with you today and you want to join the ALL IN Intensive Coaching Program there are still a few slots waiting for YOU! Run over to mollycarmel.com/all-in-intensive-coaching I also have LOTS of offerings - Fireside chats, online holiday support courses, intenSati classes all on mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: mollycarmel.com/buws Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: mollycarmel.com/minimasterclass Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Come hang with me on social media!! IG (I love a DM!): @mollycarmel YouTube: Molly Carmel Tiktok: @realmollycarmel Facebook: facebook.com/mollycarmel.buws

Tried and Tested Podcast
Is Breaking Up Hard- S6 - Ep 9

Tried and Tested Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 10:24


Is the act of breaking up that hard. I speak on what the issue is with being upfront and honest with someone you no longer want to date or deal with on a level above just being friends. It seems there are so many terms for the action to break up when it can all be so simple. Do you have issues breaking up? Let me know Email: Traceysarpong@gmail.comInstagram: Theofficialtraceysarpong Support the showhttps://instagram.com/theofficialtraceysarpong

The Funsized Podcast
137. Why I'm Breaking Up With MyFitnessPal After A 10 Year Relationship

The Funsized Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 14:03


...It's not what you think! Listen to the episode to get the full scoop! Links

Teach Me How To Adult
ICYMI: Breaking Up With Food Guilt And The Key To A Balanced Meal, with Abbey Sharp

Teach Me How To Adult

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 5:00


Welcome to this week's ICYMI, where we kick off the week with a quick game-changing tip from one of our guests that you might have missed. Today, we're revisiting one of our biggest *aha* moments from last week's episode with dietitian Abbey Sharp, on how to balance your plate and release any guilt around “fear” or “triggers” foods.Abbey shares her game-changing hunger-crushing combo, AKA her anti-diet, additive approach to eating, and spills the tea on how to (quite literally) put all food on the same morally equal plate. Abbey is a Registered Dietitian, food writer and blogger, best-selling author, TV and radio personality, and founder of Abbey's Kitchen. You might know her from her insanely popular Youtube channel, TikTok and Instagram, which are followed by millions of fans for her empowering nutrition facts, wellness myth debunking, and highly entertaining critiques of BS celebrity diets.Get ready to *actually* start enjoying your meals and freeing yourself from the mental weight of food guilt! Listen to our full episode with Abbey here!Tune in every Monday for an expert dose of life advice in under 10 minutes.For show notes and more adulting tips, visit: teachmehowtoadult.caSign up for our monthly adulting newsletter:teachmehowtoadult.ca/newsletter Follow us on the ‘gram:@teachmehowtoadultpodcast @yunggillianaire@cailynmichaanFollow Abbey:abbeyskitchen.comAbbey's Youtube Channel@AbbeysKitchen

the matcha diaries
breaking up with our past selves

the matcha diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 44:46


being self aware and having a good understanding of yourself (i.e why you think things, why you feel things) has its perks, but is there such thing as being too self aware? are we spending too much time overthinking every emotion we feel? is our focus on self development hindering our ability to live in the moment? join us in this early morning coffee chat, as we try to figure out how to break the cycle of overthinking and negative self talk….and instead live life in the moment, taking each day as it comes ♥️ please pour yourself a matcha and enjoy listening!

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!
Episode 449: Breaking up with the mean girl in your head with Dr. Elizabeth DuBois

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 31:40


In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Dr. Elizabeth Dubois.   Dr. Liz is an executive coach and high-conflict divorce coach. Her work focuses on helping leaders in diverse sectors and high-performers going through divorce deepen their sense of self-worth, get clear on tangible objectives so they can stop wasting time and energy obsessing about what society says they “should” be doing, and focus on their own intuitive guidance as they uplevel professionally and personally. Dr. Liz holds an MA in Sociology, a Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution, and is a Certified Divorce Coach (CDC).   This 30-minute episode is on: What does showing up look like to you? Rock bottom is when you stop digging What do you do in the midst of mistakes to help you rebound? Feeling confident in your own skin Get in Intouch with Dr. Liz: https://www.souldrliz.com/ https://www.instagram.com/soul.dr.liz/ https://www.facebook.com/elizabeth.dubois24 https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-liz-degi-dubois-phd-cdc-056757141/   Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/   Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music.   Get Your Free Copy of Best Holistic Life Magazine! One of the fastest-growing independent magazines centered around holistic living. https://www.bestholisticlife.com/   Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/

VBROS Worldwide
Peeing In The Shower, Breaking Up Over Text, Kim K In Boston

VBROS Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 16:02


The vibes are high this Friday as Mikey, Frankie, and Gianna talk peeing in the shower, being productive in the morning, how to clean sneakers, Ireland, breaking up over text, dad bods, Kim K's Boston trip, and having a chill weekend. They also play Finish The Lyric.

The Art of Relationships Show
Thinking of Divorce or Breaking Up? Relationship, Marriage and Dating advice

The Art of Relationships Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 27:24


Thinking of Divorce or Breaking Up? Relationship, Marriage and Dating adviceMarriage, Sex, Love and Relationship Advice from a Real Professional!Greg Dudzinski, MS, LPC is known as “Detroit's Love Guru.” The Art of Relationships Show is about helping you achieve the “relationship you've always craved!” He offers a down to earth approach to obtain real results. Greg's passion is healing broken hearts, repairing relationships, plus increasing your sexual fulfillment. He has also appeared on TV, Radio, and is an author. Weekly videos on love, marriage, sex and much more! Let's find your spark!Greg is a fully licensed professional Counselor and Relationship & Sex Specialist. Subscribe to my Youtube: lovegurugregLike me on Facebook: lovegurugregFollow me on Instagram: @lovegurugregFollow me on Twitter: @lovegurugreg Buy my book – Love, Sex & Everything In Between: A Relationship Guide https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578241692Relationship Self-Help courses! https://theartofrelationships.org* Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use

What You're Craving
99. Find Calm in the Chaos Through Mindfulness and Meditation with Manoj Dias

What You're Craving

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 46:08


There is a profound wisdom inside of us that knows exactly what to do and who we are, but that wisdom is often overshadowed and drowned out by the chaos around us. We live in a world full of noise and are constantly bombarded with different messages. Even in the health and wellness realm, with messages around biohacking and healing, it can get overwhelming and difficult to discern the messages that are coming from culture and those that are coming from within our divine wisdom. Molly's guest today is here to explain that it really isn't that complicated. Manoj Dias shares his powerful story and background of being born into a Buddhist family and raised with spirituality. As an adult, he found himself operating out of anxiety and high stress, which lead to sleep disorders and various medications. After finding a meditation class, he got back in touch with his spirituality and learned to observe his thoughts instead of internalizing them. Through this, Manoj found freedom and wants the same for you. In this episode, you will hear Manoj's peaceful and calming message about why learning to get quiet with ourselves is so important. So many people are constantly looking for the next thing that will finally make them happy, when the truth is, it is important that we learn to embrace what is in this moment. A lot of meditation is appreciating what we have instead of looking for the next thing to make us feel whole. This isn't to say that we can't desire change because of course we can, but we need to realize that those things won't make us happy, it is who we become in the process. Manoj also explains the important distinction that we are not our thoughts and our suffering. This feeling of being free from our thoughts can come from the powerful practice of meditation. Episode Quotes: “Meditation isn't about feeling good. It's about being free.” - Manoj Dias Key Highlights Learning how to communicate and discern the messages between culture and ourselves Manoj's take on perfectionism Manoj explains the idea that we are not our thoughts and our suffering We live in an anxious time but we don't have to respond the way the world wants or expects us to Is there a way to befriend our negative thoughts? Manoj shares about his meditation and breathwork app called Open which is intended to bring presence and connection to everyone  What is the easiest first step to take in this process?  Connect with Manoj: Instagram: @manojdias_ Connect with Molly: LOTS of EXCITING stuff going on over at https://mollycarmel.com - but most importantly, my ALL IN Intensive Coaching Program launches Feb 5 - sign up for a free strategy session with me here: https://calendly.com/molly-buws/15-minute-consult-w-molly I also have LOTS of offerings - Fireside chats, online holiday support courses, intenSati classes all on https://mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: https://mollycarmel.com/buws Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: https://mollycarmel.com/minimasterclass Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Come hang with me on social media!! IG (I love a DM!): @mollycarmel YouTube: Molly Carmel Tiktok: @realmollycarmel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mollycarmel.buws

Unf*ck Your Relationships
Ep 81: No More Mediocrity: Breaking Up With The In-Between

Unf*ck Your Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 31:00


We love a brag here at UFYR, and we especially love a brag when it doubles as a fucking great lesson. This month, I bought my dream car. Now, when I say that, I need you to understand that I don't mean it casually. I mean it's my FUCKING. DREAM. CAR.  If you know me at all, you know I have wanted a Range Rover ever since I was a little kid. My whole life, I have been wanting and wanting and wanting this car. And my moment finally came. But here's the thing: when I got to go test drive this car, I found myself cycling through some stories that told me I had to pick the best “middle ground.” I had to go for the entry-level Range Rover, not the top-of-the-line option. I wasn't there yet. I didn't deserve that. Um. Fucking what? Let me tell you exactly how that story ended, and why we all need to stop believing the lie of the in-between—both in life AND in love.   EPISODE RESOURCES: Ready to quit playing a supporting role in your own life? Join my course, Main Character Energy, starting in early January: https://michellepanning.thrivecart.com/main-character-energy/ If you want to go from feeling anxious AF about your love life to feeling confident, secure, and having unfuckwithable self-worth, join my program The Connected Woman, starting in early February: https://michellepanning.com/the-connected-woman Can't choose? You don't have to! Get the Main Character Energy and The Connected Woman BUNDLE: https://michellepanning.thrivecart.com/hot-girl-shit-bundle-tcw-mce/ Join The Hotline, a 4-week group Voxer container for you to plug into my mind and get support over the holidays: https://michellepanning.thrivecart.com/the-hotline/   CONNECT WITH MICHELLE: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/michellepanning Website: http://www.michellepanning.com

Girl, We Grown Now
EP48: Signs you are in a toxic friendship, breaking-up with "friends" + tips to build healthy everlasting friendships w/ Sarah Siegert

Girl, We Grown Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 52:05


No matter what you do or where you are in life, chances are, you have or had at least one friend. Friendships are just as important as relationships. So let's talk more about it. In this week's episode, Sarah chats with Sarah Siegert, a friendship expert. Here, she dishes out all the tell-tale signs we may be in a toxic friendship, what some red flags may look like and how to handle breaking up with a friend, regardless of how long you've known them for. She also covers friendship green flags, how to build healthier friendships, develop healthy friendships by setting boundaries and what that might look like in a healthy friendship + so much more. You won't want to miss this chat. To learn more about Sarah Siegert, follow her on Instagram here

Jewel City Podcast
Breaking Up Fallow Ground | January 15, 2023

Jewel City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 52:04


The Ex Boyfriend Recovery Podcast
Can Breaking Up Strengthen A Relationship?

The Ex Boyfriend Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 12:20


Yesterday I did a Facebook Live in my private group and someone asked an interesting question. Is it possible that a breakup can actually strengthen a relationship? Here's the truth, Yes, a breakup can actually be a good thing but only if the people involved in it take the time to address the issues that […] The post Can Breaking Up Strengthen A Relationship? first appeared on Ex Boyfriend Recovery.

What You're Craving
98. Taking Control of Your Health

What You're Craving

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 55:20


Today's podcast guest is Elisa, a member of Molly's All In Intensive coaching program. In this episode, Elisa talks with Molly about how she finally let go of diet culture's obsession with quick results and developed a sustainable relationship with food that is free of chaos and fear. With coaching, self-determination, and a supportive community, Elisa's relationship with food has changed from obsessive and out of control to quiet and peaceful. She shares how the support of the group and professional guidance allowed her to beat the resistance she had towards changing her relationship with food and recovery. She will also discuss how this change led her to develop a more compassionate relationship with herself. Getting into a peaceful relationship with yourself and food is important because it's a relationship you'll have for the rest of your life. Change doesn't happen overnight, despite what diet vultures say. The reality is that change affects everyone differently and at different times, but learning how to feel your best with food and your health long-term is worth the effort. Elisa is a beautiful example of the long-lasting change that can occur when we honor our truths and proceed at our own pace. Episode Quotes: “If you lean in and say, you always have to be in a relationship with food, then what's the rush? If you want it to be lasting, you can't be scaring yourself with all this ultimatum shit that we do.” - Molly “I'm learning how to live life on life's terms without turning to the food, and it's actually been a lot more than that. I know how to go figure out an emotion now.” - Elise Key Highlights: What has changed in Elisa's relationship with food and herself The guiding principles Elisa followed to achieve true change How Elisa overcame the resistance to change her relationship with food How Elisa's compassion for herself has been strengthened through this process What led Elisa to add professional guidance to help her reach her goals What inspired Elisa's commitment to herself and her dedication to the program What has changed the most for her since she completed the program How Elisa sustains her progress on a daily basis  LOTS of EXCITING stuff going on over at https://mollycarmel.com - but most important, if the podcast resonated with you today and you want to join the ALL IN Intensive Coaching Program, use the code ALLIN11 for 11 percent off from 1/11-1/17/2023! I also have LOTS of offerings - Fireside chats, online holiday support courses, intenSati classes all on https://mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: https://mollycarmel.com/buws Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: https://mollycarmel.com/minimasterclass Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Come hang with me on social media!! IG (I love a DM!): @mollycarmel YouTube: Molly Carmel Tiktok: @realmollycarmel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mollycarmel.buws

Mix 104.1 Audio On-Demand
Danielle Feels Guilty Breaking Up With Hairdresser

Mix 104.1 Audio On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 5:50


How are you supposed to handle this situation!? Photo Credit: Explora_2005 / Getty Images 

dailybred podcast
Episode 73: day one again

dailybred podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 27:05


Today, i talk about starting over once again. Click here to buy my latest book "The Couples' Checklist"  Click here to check out my daily comic on Instagram :)

The Demetra Nyx Show
#65: Difficult conversations & how to have them, being firm & kind, setting boundaries, breaking up with someone, stating your needs, and staying open

The Demetra Nyx Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 56:55


A hallmark of maturity is being able to have hard conversations. In this episode I give a few different examples from my own life and break down how exactly I approached each person. I talk about being firm and kind, the perspective to take when having a conversation like this with someone, what to do before and during the conversation to make sure it goes as well as possible, and the importance of telling the truth. I also talk about what happens when we grow up with a lot of good girl conditioning and how we can swing the pendulum to being too intense, and how to find the balance in the center. Links:jordangrayconsulting.com/evolutionoflove

Auspicious Wellness Optimal Wellness Podcast
The Break-Up and the fear of getting to the other side Part 1 of 2

Auspicious Wellness Optimal Wellness Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 36:43


Join Life and Health Coach Debra Smith TorrenceAs she explains the breakup process in relationship and how the brain rationalizes the fight, flight or freeze process in the limbic system and the hypothalamus  located in the brain  The Science When it comes to understanding love and emotions , a system in the brain to look at is the limbic system within our brain. It is a part of the brain that controls our emotional responses and stimuli,  so it has a lot to do with the ups and downs of relationships do I stay or do I go.  Love can be very confusing to understand at the time you are making a decision is the relationship over or should I stay  consciously and sub-consciously. In This two part session we break down the science of love and the brain, Support the showAre you ready to establish your why. Your why and your belief system are you driving motivational factor and I am here to help you on your way. Tune in or Stream Live on Amazon Tv, Roku Tv, Apple Tv and Android Tv or listen to the Auspicious Wellness show where you get your podcast at.Support the showAre you ready to establish your why. Your why and your belief system are you driving motivational factor and I am here to help you on your way. Tune in or Stream Live on Amazon Tv, Roku Tv, Apple Tv and Android Tv or listen to the Auspicious Wellness show where you get your podcast at.

Booker, Alex and Sara - Daily Audio
Can he get his money back after breaking up with her???

Booker, Alex and Sara - Daily Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 5:10


Steve loaned his then girlfriend $1000 but ended up breaking up with her.  She flat out told him she's not paying him back!  Can she do that???

What You're Craving
97. How to Handle the Diet Culture Vultures

What You're Craving

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 32:15


Given this time of year and the fact that diet culture vultures are swarming, Molly wants to help you to access your wisdom so you don't fall victim to the marketing. You don't need to make a choice out of urgency and anyone that tells you otherwise, does not have your best interest at heart. Relationships with coaches are transactional and they should be working for you and wanting what is truly best for you, but that is not always the case. To heal your relationship with food, you don't have to spend one more minute with someone that isn't serving you. Molly emphasizes that your love for yourself has to be greater than you fear of disappointing someone, such as a coach or even a family member that wants you to eat something that doesn't align with you. Molly's goal in this episode is to help you be informed and prepared, and not fall into the traps that are abundant right now. If you fall into the trap, Molly isn't going anywhere but she provides guidance on how to not fall into them and how to choose someone to work with that will help you align with your highest self. If you need help, there are so many good people that can help you, but the problem is a lot of people are treating from their trauma. You want to make sure that the healer is healed themselves before they can help you. Molly wants you to be more thoughtful about where you are getting help and know that you can fire people that are not making you feel good about yourself and your relationship with food. Diet culture is at it's height today and it's here to take your money and keep you trapped in the diet cycle. One criteria to ask yourself when looking for someone to help is: “Are they looking to keep me in their cycle forever?” The goal should be to give you the tools you need to make it a sustainable lifestyle that doesn't have you feeling deprived and miserable. After the holidays people are feeling bad about their food decisions, and the diet culture vultures will say they are here to save you, but you need a guide, not a savior. Listen in to hear how to find the right guide for you. Episode Quotes: “I want you to feel free to fire someone that doesn't make you feel good about yourself.” “Validation isn't about kindness, it is about truth, and there are kind ways to tell the truth.” Key Highlights Your relationships with coaches is transactional and they should work for you  Molly's criteria for looking for help How real and sustainable change works Don't fall for marketing that feels urgent and uses language such as “only one spot left!” Molly invites you to join Intensati and choose yourself  Connect with Molly: Happy 2023!!! Come to my CHOOSING ME retreat on January 8th 12-5 - it's going to be an amazing kick off to a FAB year! Sign up here - https://mollycarmel.com/choosing-me/ I also have LOTS of offerings - Fireside chats, online holiday support courses, intenSati classes all on https://mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: https://mollycarmel.com/buws Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: https://mollycarmel.com/minimasterclass Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Come hang with me on social media!! IG (I love a DM!): @mollycarmel YouTube: Molly Carmel Tiktok: @realmollycarmel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mollycarmel.buws

Kincaid & Dallas
MY LITTLE SECRET BREAKING UP BECAUSE HE CAN'T TWIRL PASTA

Kincaid & Dallas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 3:04


A woman tells us why there won't be a third date because he "eats his pasta like a child". The enraged so many people this morning!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Today's TLC: Life After Therapy
47: Breaking Up with Your Goals

Today's TLC: Life After Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 13:29


The culture surrounding New Year's Resolutions actually sets us up for disappointment and failure. We often set goals to impress others or because we feel like we "should" be doing something that we don't actually want to do. In this episode, learn how to create goals that you love and break up with the goals that you don't. Today's TLC: Reflect on your relationship with your goals and break up with any that aren't serving you. What relationship is MOST important for you to focus on at this time in your life (God, Yourself or Others)? Click here to take the free quiz! Want more light in your life? Each week I send "TLC Tuesday" with resources, insights, and simple activities to help you journey forward with confidence. Simply click SUBSCRIBE to let light in.

Eat Sleep Elite | Weekly AEW Show Review
Danielson v Ethan Page, Best Friends breaking up? 2022 New Years Smash Review and More!

Eat Sleep Elite | Weekly AEW Show Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 85:32


Hey everyone! Happy New Years! Charlie (@ohchxrlie) & Garriet (@BaneDuke) here with our New Years Smash edition of Eat Sleep Elite. We cover everything that happened in AEW this week including elevation, dark, dynamite & rampage!Some news stories and topics we covered this week includesThe New Look AEW Coming next week!Charlie's Top 10 Movies of 2022Bryan Danielson vs Ethan PageOrange Cassidy vs Trent BarettaWheeler Yuta vs Swerve StricklandDragon Lee to NXTRed Velvet vs Jade Happening soon?Plenty More!

The Classic Metal Show
The Art of Letting Go: How to Know When It’s Time to Break Up

The Classic Metal Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022


On this episode of THE CLASSIC METAL SHOW, Neeley and Chris talk briefly about the passing of CMS friend Bob Nalbandian. Following, they talk about how they knew their marriages were over, and the different ways they addressed this. All our links are available at https://www.linktr.ee/cmsrocks.Live Saturdays from 9pm to 3am Eastern at www.theclassicmetalshow.com or on Rumble, Odysee or YouTube.BECOME A VIP: https://bit.ly/cms-vipGET A FREE RUMBLE ACCOUNT: https://rumble.com/register/classicmetalshow/GET A FREE ODYSEE ACCOUNT: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@ClassicMetalShow:a**NOTE: Everything said here, and on every episode of all of our shows are 100% the opinions of the hosts. Nothing is stated as fact. Do your own research to see if their opinions are true or not.**Please take a moment to subscribe, share and leave us a 5 Star Review for this episode! It helps us grow and do better episodes for YOU!!ROKU: Search "The Classic Metal Show" in the Roku ChannelsAMAZON: Search "The CMS Network" To Add Our Channel

The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast
The Sh!t They Don't Tell You About Divorce with Dawn Dais

The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 65:30 Very Popular


Dawn Dais, author of The Sh!t No One Tells You… series joins me on the podcast to talk about the things nobody tells you about divorce. Her most recent book The Shit No One Tells You About Divorce takes readers along on her bumpy, meandering, and often absurd journey through the destruction of life exploded by divorce as she tries to figure out what happened… and what happens next. In this episode, Dawn shares her divorce journey, her experience writing her latest book, and some of the lessons she's learned along the way.  Featured topics include: You have to process your thoughts and feelings about divorce eventually, otherwise, it all catches up with you and impacts future relationships  Dawn takes us through what she calls the seven stages of divorce: Denial, Glee/Booze, The Blame Game, Netflix and Cry, All the Therapy, The Hoe Phase, and The Shrug The biggest lesson of Dawn's divorce, as a co-parent, was “I can't be done with this person. We have to come back to the table and redefine how we are to each other; for our kids.”  You are going to walk away from a divorce with different narratives and you have no control over what their narrative is.   Dawn answers, “Do you feel there are different dynamics with parenting, relationships, and divorce coming from the perspective of LGBTQ+ couples?” Learn more about Dawn: Dawn Dais knows all about life's rollercoasters; in fact, she's made a career of writing bestselling books about them. Whether she was going from couch potato to marathoner, navigating pregnancy, or tackling parenting, her books have become go-to guides for honest, been-there-done-that wisdom delivered with wicked humor. But what do you do when life blindsides you with a challenge that is decidedly less entertaining? After 12 years of domestic partnership, five properties, two children, and 10 pets, Dawn and her partner decided to call it quits. In THE SH!T NO ONE TELLS YOU ABOUT DIVORCE: A Guide to Breaking Up, Falling Apart, and Putting Yourself Back Together, Dawn takes readers on her bumpy journey through a life exploded by divorce. She dodges legal hurdles, irrational decisions, alarmed therapists, random hobbies, and a concerning number of dating app profiles that look like the beginning of a true crime podcast. Leaning into the mess, Dawn helps readers learn the art of embracing “Netflix and cry,” the healing power of profanity, the importance of assembling the right support squad, how to survive the sh!tshow of co-parenting, and much more. THE SH!T NO ONE TELLS YOU ABOUT DIVORCE is a true-to-life and funnier-than-it-should-be guide that helps readers navigate a life blown apart and embrace the unique opportunity to put things back together in better ways. Resources & Links: Information and links may also be found at: https://kateanthony.com/podcast/the-sht-they-dont-tell-you-about-divorce-with-dawn-dais/ Private Coaching with KateDawn's websiteDawn's book: The Sh!t No One Tells You About DivorceDawn on Twitter Dawn on Instagram TODAY'S EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: WORTHY The Divorce Survival Guide podcast is sponsored by Worthy. Worthy helps you get the most money possible for your diamond jewelry or luxury watch, fast and risk-free. Their experts do all the work for you, and their competitive auctions get you up to 3X what a local jeweler might offer in as little as 2 weeks.  With Worthy, you're in control from start to finish. If your item doesn't sell for the price you want, Worthy sends it back to you at no cost, fully insured. And now for a limited time you'll get an extra $100 when your jewelry sells for over $1,500. All you have to do is register at https://worthy.com/dsg-podcast. (See website for terms.) TODAY'S EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: SOBERLINK Proof. Protection. Peace of Mind. The Soberlink remote alcohol monitoring system consists of a portable breathalyzer with wireless technology for real-time results. With proven use as the leading choice in child custody cases since 2011, we are the only system that combines: Court admissibility in all 50 states Facial recognition Tamper detection Easy-to-read Advanced Reporting™ Trust the Experts in Remote Alcohol Monitoring Technology™ to support the best interests of the hild in your Family Law cases. JOIN THE SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO FACEBOOK GROUP

What You're Craving
96. The Missing Piece of the Intuitive Eating Movement with Michelle Shapiro

What You're Craving

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 61:07


With January 1 right around the corner, that means the diet culture vultures are coming out and are ready to prey on people that want a quick fix for weight reduction. This episode with Michelle Shapiro will help arm you so that you don't fall into that and know that you are in power of your own healing. Molly admits to having a compromised relationship with nutritionists due to most of them believing that a “one-size-fits-all” approach of intuitive eating is the answer when in reality, it is more complex than that. Michelle Shapiro is an integrative/ Functional Registered Dietitian and Patient Advocate and she agrees that the issue with the intuitive eating movement and diet culture, in general, is that it is not focusing on the specific needs of an individual.  While the principles of Intuitive eating are based on great intentions, that doesn't mean that it will work for everyone. It gets tricky when we try to discern between intuition and emotion, and a lot of us are unable to make the distinction. For those with gut issues or chronic illness, it is not as simple as just being able to tune into intuition to make food choices.  Michelle explains the philosophy of “Internal Family Systems” and the idea that we have separate parts of ourselves that speak to us, and while those parts have our physical safety in mind, it is important to know whether the part speaking to us is our true self or just a part that wants us to be safe.  As Molly and Michelle go through each of the 10 principles of intuitive eating, they explain that while the overall goal is great, the question becomes, is this approach focusing on the individual's needs or just telling us this is the only way? Our approach to food and our body should be one that is individualized based on our own unique needs. That is why it is important to work with someone that is invested in getting to the root cause of any mental or physical issues you are experiencing. The goal is to approach health changes in a loving manner and in a way that addresses your own unique needs and is of your own desire.  Episode Quote: “Being able to focus on intuitive eating as the first line of defense is a privilege for people that aren't sick.” - Michelle Shapiro Connect with Michelle:  Websites: getanxietyproof.com | michelleshapirord.com Instagram: @michelleshapirord I'm FULLY committed to having you stay LIGHT and AFLOAT during the Bermuda Triangle aka Holiday Season! Come to my CHOOSING ME retreat on January 8th 12-5 - it's going to be an amazing kick off to a FAB year! Sign up here - mollycarmel.com/choosing-me I also have LOTS of offerings - Fireside chats, online holiday support courses, intenSati classes all on mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: https://molly-carmel.mykajabi.com/buws-course Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: mollycarmel.com/signup Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Come hang with me on social media!! IG (I love a DM!): @mollycarmel YouTube: Molly Carmel Tiktok: @realmollycarmel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mollycarmel.buws

High Heels & Tea Podcast
Breaking up with Hustle Culture with Faren Kennedy and Pash Malone

High Heels & Tea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 24:21


Learning how to re-calibrate and design a fulfilling life as an entrepreneur without burning yourself to the ground is key. Tune in for another good girl chat with some of our Boss Bae friends: Pash Malone and Faren Kennedy as we discuss practices to keep hustle culture at bay. HIGHLIGHTS: 1. How to refine your success 2. Evaluate your habits 3. Set clear boundaries HIGHLIGHTS Email: heelsteapodcast@gmail.com InstaGram:heels_heels_tea_podcast Facebook: High Heels & Tea Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/high-heels--tea-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/high-heels--tea-podcast/support

On and Off Your Mat Yoga Podcast
Reducing Your Stress by Breaking Up with Your Patterns, with Veronique Ory

On and Off Your Mat Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 41:58


If you are ready to start the new year and want to show up on your mat more regularly, move with more freedom, or get out of your head and into your body to destress and improve your life all around, then today's episode is for you.Veronique Ory is a registered yoga teacher whose passion for storytelling and creative movement inspires her students to carry their yoga practice on and off the mat. Veronique and I go deep into moving the way that moves you, the importance of just showing up, and why you should break up with the “shoulds.”Get full show notes and more information here: https://erikabelanger.com/159 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

#BLACKGIRLNEWS
Ja'Dee Turner - 32 Year Old Woman Gone 2 Weeks After Breaking Up w/ Her Ex → He Lured Her Uncle Out of Home Before Sneaking in & K*lling Her

#BLACKGIRLNEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 10:53


A Houston woman was murdered in her bed by her ex-boyfriend, who created a ruse to get her uncle out of her home for long enough to commit the act of violence. Ja'Dee Turner, 32, died just before 2:15 a.m. on Thursday, police told the Houston Chronicle, at the hands of her recent ex-boyfriend, Milton Wayne Cole, 40. Turner's uncle, who lived at the residence, told police that, prior to the homicide, Cole had called and asked him to come to the gate of the complex so that Cole could give him some money, according to Houston CBS affiliate KHOU. Turner was asleep in her room and the uncle left the door unlocked as he headed out to the complex's gate, not knowing that Cole was sitting in his car, watching, from inside the complex, according to Houston ABC affiliate KTRK. Cole then snuck into Turner's apartment and shot the sleeping woman multiple times in the head, according to police. He subsequently turned the gun on himself. The uncle, not finding Cole at the gate with the promised money, returned to the apartment and went to check on Turner. He found both bodies and called police. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leah-gordone/support

Wellness For The Win Podcast
#36: Let's Close Out 2022 with a Healthy Mindset

Wellness For The Win Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 21:59 Very Popular


This is a fairly quick episode that will hopefully provide you with some encouragement and positive mindset shifts as we close out this year and enter 2023. I hope this will support you and help you go into the new year with a healthy outlook on food and exercise and some goals you can focus on to improve your overall well-being. Episodes included within this episode if you want to hear the full conversations: #7 with Simi Botic on Finding Joy in Movement and Breaking Up with Perfection #6 with Kellie Bullard on Becoming a Widow at Age 26 and Navigating Life After Loss#3 with Lisa Hayim on Overcoming Food Anxiety, Learning to Tune into your Body and Navigating Real Motherhood#15 on how I stopped counting calories and why I never looked back #25 with The Matrescence on Building Your Village and Making New Mom Friends #2 with Alyssa of @nutrition.for.littles with tips on picky kids, raising healthy, intuitive eaters, plus body image as moms #32 with The Counseling Co. on mental health around the holidays and setting boundaries Thanks for listening and Merry Christmas!  Follow me on IG at @wellnessforthewin and @wellnessforthewinpod Check out my blog for healthy recipes & wellness tips! JOIN MY EMAIL LIST HERE! Please be sure to rate, review and subscribe to the podcast!

What You're Craving
95. The Gut-Body Connection with Dr. Heather Finley

What You're Craving

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 53:55 Very Popular


Today's podcast guest, registered dietitian Dr. Heather Finley, joins Molly to have a discussion about gut health. As a result of learning about the connection between the gut and other parts of the body and mind, Dr. Finley was able to overcome the chronic bloating and constipation she experienced for 20 years. Towards the beginning of her healing journey, there was little knowledge about how the gut works and no one was able to pinpoint the cause of her symptoms. Our understanding of digestive health has evolved and we now understand how nutrition, lifestyle, and mindset have a direct impact on it. When we talk about the gut, we need to consider the whole body. Our narratives about the foods we should consume to maintain a healthy gut have led many of us to resort to restrictive diets. However, as we'll discuss in this episode, gut health is not about what you shouldn't eat, it's about what you should. Your microbiome benefits from a diverse diet, and there's a lot more to gut health than your food choices. This episode will explore the gut-brain connection, how anxiety influences the gut, the myths surrounding the gut, what normal bowel health looks like, and what the gut actually does. As Dr. Finley explains, a healthy gut is much less about doing more and cutting out foods, but rather about getting back to basics and creating a solid foundation for optimal gut health. You can pre-order Dr. Finley's upcoming book The Healthy, Happy Gut Cookbook here. Key Highlights: Heather's origin story and how she healed her gut Gut-brain connection How bacteria helps us fight illnesses Improving your gut health can make generational change How stress and anxiety affect your gut health What is normal bowel health? Bloating: Causes, what is normal, and what is not normal Gut health requires a solid foundation What impact does water consumption have on gut health? The impact of alcohol and sugar alcohols on gut health How functional health can more efficiently heal your body Episode Quotes: By improving your gut health, you actually can create generational change. - Dr. Finley Taking supplements could help you, but if you're not sleeping, if you're not eating and balancing your blood sugar, if you're not hydrating optimally … if you're not doing all these things then the supplements, everything you're doing for your gut health is not going to be as effective. - Dr. Finley I'm FULLY committed to having you stay LIGHT and AFLOAT during the Bermuda Triangle aka Holiday Season! Come to my CHOOSING ME retreat on January 8th 12-5 - it's going to be an amazing kick off to a FAB year! Sign up here - https://mollycarmel.com/choosing-me/ I also have LOTS of offerings - Fireside chats, online holiday support courses, intenSati classes all on https://mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: https://molly-carmel.mykajabi.com/buws-course Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: https://mollycarmel.com/signup/ Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Come hang with me on social media!! IG (I love a DM!): @mollycarmel YouTube: Molly Carmel Tiktok: @realmollycarmel Facebook: Molly Carmel

The Bert Show
He is Thinking About Breaking Up With Her Because of Her Dog!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 7:04


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Bleachy’s Diary
normalize breaking up

Bleachy’s Diary

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 41:24


que felicidad que también hay videito de youtube para este capitulo!!!! Hablé un poco de como he aprendido que a veces las relaciones están para enseñarnos pero también para dejarse ir! abramos espacios para más :* LOVE YOU!

The Wake Up Call
Phone Scam Of Xmas #11 - Breaking Up With Apple

The Wake Up Call

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 4:38


ON THE ROAD with Chuck Cramer
CA here I come, hopped on a motorbike, talking over the farm fence, breaking up with a girlfriend and interview with Ben Van Antwerp, winemaker, Ken Brown Wines in the Santa Rita Hills.

ON THE ROAD with Chuck Cramer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 48:14


CA here I come, hopped on a motorbike, talking over the farm fence, breaking up with a girlfriend and interview with Ben Van Antwerp, winemaker, Ken Brown Wines in the Santa Rita Hills. ON THE ROAD with MR CA WINE is about California's cool, aspirational lifestyle and awesome wines hosted by Chuck Cramer, a California native, living in London and is the Director of European sales & marketing, Terlato Wines. This is a wine journey covering the hottest topics in the world of California wine, chatting along the way with the key influencers in the industry who make it all happen. This week's episode includes an interview with Ben Antwerp, winemaker, Ken Brown Wines.

The Journal.
Are Apple and China Breaking Up?

The Journal.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 18:08 Very Popular


For more than 20 years, Apple has relied on China to produce a majority of its products, especially its iPhones. But there have also been issues. As WSJ's Aaron Tilley reports, recent turmoil at Chinese manufacturing facilities is disrupting Apple's business and forcing the company to look elsewhere. Further Reading: -Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China -Foxconn Letter Prodded China to Ease Zero-Covid Rules Further Listening: -China's Biggest Protests in Decades -How Jiang Zemin Made China a Global Superpower Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Spiritual Hot Mom Sh*t
we are breaking up// leaving toxic sh*t in 2022

Spiritual Hot Mom Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 27:19


What/who needs to be left in 2022? Playing small, numbing habits, self sabotage, & anxiety inducing habits baby

Vibe Higher Taylor Stone
166. The Spiritual And Energetic Aspect of Eating Disorders, Cravings And Addiction And How To Heal It With Molly Carmel

Vibe Higher Taylor Stone

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 79:33


We all have addictive behaviors that stop us from connecting and rising to our highest self. Ways in which we limit our greatness and self sabotage our efforts that can be painful and feel like we are running on an invisible hamster wheel.  The truth is that you don't have to continue to live life this way and there is hope and a solution when you tap into self resourcefulness and utilize the powerful tools and knowledge in this episode.  Today's guest is Molly Carmel who is the Founder of Beacon by MC, author of the book, Breaking Up with Sugar: A Plan to Divorce the Diets, Drop the Pounds and Live Your Best Life, and host of the What You're Craving podcast. She's also a closet comedian as you'll find out by listening to this episode. We dive deep into: Dark nights of the soul and what it is and how it increases our capacity to hold compassion  Staying in alignment with your higher self when you're “in it” Why we should stop using the term “treat meals” How our language affects our body and addictive patterns Why we need to stop asking ourselves why something is happening and flow with it Her story of being over 300lbs and healing her relationship with herself What spiritual fitness is What sugar actually does to your brain and body The first step to take when you know you have an addiction to food and substances  Who's more predisposed and vulnerable to addiction  Why research shows addiction affects incredibly intelligent people  Why you don't need to hit rock bottom to make powerful changes in your life Join her Spiritual Fitness classes with 20% off code TAYLOR20 for December and January classes. Check out her course Breaking Up With Sugar and use code TAYLOR20 for 20% off Connect with her on Instagram Listen to my interview on Mollys podcast What You're Craving  Join my NEW Telegram channel that is replacing Instagram so that I can continue to share powerful teachings, healings and content. Click here to go right to it or search taylorstonevibehigher Free 5 Part Higher Frequency Activation Meditations: https://iamtaylorstone.com/free-meditations/  Website: https://iamtaylorstone.com Email: info@iamtaylorstone.com

The Anna & Raven Show
Breaking Up

The Anna & Raven Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 7:13


Is it appropriate to end a relationship so close to the Holidays? Anna's friend is unfortunately going through a breakup right now, and it seems like it wasn't the right time to end the relationship. When do you think is the right and wrong time to end a relationship? Image Source: Getty Images

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What You're Craving
94. Building a Loving Relationship with Food and our Bodies with Sophie Chiche

What You're Craving

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 54:05


Sophie Chiche sits down with Molly to share how she built a loving relationship not only with food but with her own body. Sophie weighed 350 pounds when she decided to break up with sugar. The beginning of that journey was one of “self-destruction”, as she puts it; but, she saw it through to the end. She passionately reflects on the most challenging obstacles she faced and the life-altering lessons she learned through the years. Listen in as Sophie discusses how she got to the point where she not only shed all that excess weight, but also came to develop a healthy and productive relationship with food. She talks about the importance of being strong enough to remove bad influences—including people—from your environment, and to get to the point where every bite of food becomes a bite of self-love rather than of self-destructiveness. Episode Quotes “My parents have been through war and tell us that we'd better not waste food. But I've always thought, ‘Wait, if I eat it and it hurts me, isn't it a waste as well?'” - Sophie Chiche “When you call it ‘relapse', you can't be in a relationship with food, and you need to be in a relationship with food.” -Molly Carmel “My love for myself is greater than my care about disappointing you.” -Sophie Chiche Key Highlights Overcoming destructive paradigms around food nurtured throughout our childhood Placing more value on what's best for you over the opinions of others Why refusing food doesn't always equal wasting food How to kindly and tactfully refuse sugar Episode Resources: You can know more about BE CURRENT at being-current.com (come join me on their 31-day challenge!!) Follow Sophie at @sophiechiche on Instagram I'm FULLY committed to having you stay LIGHT and AFLOAT during the Bermuda Triangle aka Holiday Season! Come to my TRANSFORMATIVE online retreat Jan 9 12-5pm EST - CHOOSING YOU - sign up at mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: mollycarmel.com/buws Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: mollycarmel.com/minimasterclass Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Come hang with me on social media!! IG (I love a DM!): @mollycarmel YouTube: Molly Carmel Tiktok: @realmollycarmel Facebook: Molly Carmel I'm FULLY committed to having you stay LIGHT and AFLOAT during the Bermuda Triangle aka Holiday Season! Come to my ONLINE retreat on January 8th from 12 - 5 PM EST - Sign up at mollycarmel.com LOTS of offerings - Fireside chats, online holiday support courses, intenSati classes all on mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: mollycarmel.com/buws Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: mollycarmel.com/minimasterclass Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: facebook.com/groups/buwsbook

The Life You Crave
Episode 99: Breaking Up But Staying Friends with Sugar

The Life You Crave

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 31:16


On this episode I teach you how I broke up with sugar and how you can do it, too. I use a brain based approach that I can't wait to share with you AND I want to invite you to a free BUSSBF challenge starting January 2nd through the 13th. You can sign up at liapinelli.com/sugar or facebook group breakupwithsugar2023

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
K.C. Johnson doesn't agree with breaking up Bulls right now

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 17:26


David Haugh and Gabe Ramirez were joined by K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago to break down the Bulls' 115-111 win against the Wizards on Wednesday evening. That snapped Chicago's three-game losing streak. Some are calling for the front office to break up the Bulls. Where do you stand on that?

Love and Abuse
What will it take to finally get them to stop?

Love and Abuse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 32:48


The person that hurts the one they love can do the behavior indefinitely unless someone is there to stop it. Usually, that someone has to be you. Stopping it however doesn't always come easy. Sometimes the person hurting you needs a wake-up call they can't ignore, shaking their foundation so much they have to pay attention.

What You're Craving
93. Overcoming Negative Self-Talk and Tuning Into Your Highest Self with Randi Zinn

What You're Craving

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 46:33


Women often find it difficult to make time for themselves and to explore the things they enjoy. On the podcast today, mindfulness and wellness expert Randi Zinn offers refreshing insight into how to let our natural inclinations guide us and why it is important to do this. As a result of her diverse life experiences, Randi is able to connect with and understand others, and she shares what she knows with us today. Randi notes that since we are products of a patriarchal society, we have to start small and not expect to transform ourselves overnight. As well as working with individuals, Randi enjoys group work because she believes community is incredibly powerful. Sharing our stories with one another can be very healing and it can effectively combat the noise associated with being human. Randi notes that letting people know they matter and are safe is a gift. Initially, Randi's work focused on women who had just become moms, but she soon realized that the need for self-discovery and living authentically applied to most women, so she now serves all women who desire more abundance. During this conversation, Randi discusses her own unique journey connecting with her authenticity, how she began this work, and what she has seen women struggle with most. She also shares some tips on how to overcome negative self-talk and self-perception. Randi shares several nuggets of wisdom in this episode, and you won't want to miss it. Key Highlights: How do we make time for play, joy, and creativity, and why do we need to do it? How we as women are taught not to choose ourselves and to put ourselves last How Randi defines prioritizing yourself, some exercises we can try, and why it is important. The power of authenticity, honesty, and love Even when we are good at what we do, things don't always work out How Randi started working with women around authenticity Slowing down, rejecting failure, and looking inwards What Randi is doing to reconnect with her personal brand and become more authentic In the absence of the resources to pause work, what do people do? Using your voice and giving yourself permission to be imperfect Episode Quotes: You become a part of the circle when you let yourself in. - Randi I have to be comfortable with disappointing people if I'm doing something that I know I need to do. - Randi Anytime I share something that is authentic and I think I shouldn't or I think it's going to impact me in a negative way, just the opposite happens. - Molly Connect with Randi Zinn Instagram: @randizinn Sign up for Randi's newsletters or get one of her meditations for free: goingbeyondmovement.com Get Randi's book: Going Beyond Mom- How to Activate Your Mind, Body & Business After Baby   I'm FULLY committed to having you stay LIGHT and AFLOAT during the Bermuda Triangle aka Holiday Season! Come to my ONLINE retreat on January 8th from 12 - 5 PM EST - Sign up at mollycarmel.com LOTS of offerings - Fireside chats, online holiday support courses, intenSati classes all on mollycarmel.com You can also purchase the Breaking Up with Sugar course here: mollycarmel.com/buws Join my mailing list for a free mini masterclass: mollycarmel.com/minimasterclass Become a part of the Breaking Up with Sugar FB Group: facebook.com/groups/buwsbook Come hang with me on social media!! IG (I love a DM!): @mollycarmel YouTube: Molly Carmel Tiktok: @realmollycarmel Facebook: Molly Carmel

The Confidence Chronicles
Breaking Up With Old Holiday Habits

The Confidence Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 19:08 Transcription Available


Do you ALWAYS do the same thing every year for the holidays? Do you go to events you don't want to go to? Do you feel STRESSED out by the whole festive season? I get it, there are too many presents to buy, too much food to cook, too many invitations and parties and events to go to. It's a lot. In this episode, I invite you to think a little differently about what CHOICES you are making this holiday season. AND, what might the end of this year look like if you made a different choice? I cover: Why we are doing something completely different this year How to actively CHOOSE how your end of year and the start of 2023 looks An invitation to do things differently this holiday time…… and so much more WHERE TO CONNECT WITH ME:Come say hello on Instagram!  @thequeenofconfidenceCheck out the Website hereRESOURCESDownload your Creating Confidence Cheat Sheet here

Mind Over Macros
Breaking Up With Sugar & Divorcing Diets with Molly Carmel

Mind Over Macros

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 62:57


In this episode, Mike is joined by Molly Carmel to discuss the ways in which diets harm us both mentally and physically. Molly is an eating disorder therapist and author of the book, Breaking Up With Sugar, and she brings a ton of wisdom and experience to the conversation. If you feel controlled by food, have a poor relationship with food, or simply want some advice on how to break free from the shackles of constant dieting... this episode is a must-listen!Follow Molly on IG here: @mollycarmelLearn more about Molly and get her book here - www.mollycarmel.comThe POP Supplement store is officially here! Choose between Neurotype bundles or individual products that are designed to prime your brain and body for optimal results!CLICK HERE.Our newest sponsor, Cured Nutrition is offering 20% off all of their products! The only exception is their drinks and bundles. Get the best quality CBD products on the market to help with sleep, stress, and overall well-being. Visit - https://www.curednutrition.com/?rfsn=6745101.eee1d3Want 20% off any Organifi product? This is an exclusive offer for Mind Over Macros listeners. Simply go to organifi.com/popfam and save 20% off any of their amazing products like green juice or red juice, both of which Mike uses and mentions in this episode.Click here to take advantage of this offer!------------------------------------------------Click here to apply for coaching!To understand the secrets to longterm success and your own individual needs, download the audio version of The Personality Diet.Get your copy here!!For some amazing resources and to be a part of a badass community, join our FB group HEREThe FREE personality assessment is now available online! Click here to take the assessment and find out what your personality tells us about the way you should be training and eating.Take the assessment here!To learn more about Neurotyping, visit www.neurotypetraining.comFollow Mike on IG at @coach_mike_millnerLearn more about POP at www.peakoptimizationperformance.com

Relationships and Relationshits
Attachment Styles: I'm back. Breaking up is hard to do.

Relationships and Relationshits

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 29:21


I'm finally back.  Sorry for the two year break. In this episode I'll discuss what took me so long to come back.  And I also talk about a recent break and discuss attachment styles with a break up.  And if you want to learn on YouTube check out my new channel Relationship Attachments.

The Adversity Advantage
Jillian Turecki On Attracting The Right Partner, Why Most Relationships Fail & What To Ask Yourself Before Breaking Up

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 56:36


Today's guest is Jillian Turecki. Jillian is a certified relationship coach, teacher and writer who for 20 years has taught others how to transform their relationships with themselves. She is also the host of the popular podcast, “Jillian on Love.”   We talk about why it's important to reflect on past relationship patterns and how to communicate them effectively to a potential partner. We dive deep into how to find love and how to attract, build and maintain a healthy relationship. We also get into the four questions you MUST ask yourself before exiting a relationship, how to heal from a breakup and more.   What to Listen For:   0:00 Intro 1:12 Why it's important to identify past relationship patterns 03:55 How to “level up” your relationships  06:31 When healing becomes unhealthy 12:19 Bringing up your past when dating 14:53 The difference between chemistry and connection 17:38 How to separate your head from your heart 19:50 Practicing self trust and rebuilding self esteem 23:13 Learning to “co-regulate” in a relationship 27:09 Why it's hard to know if a relationship is unhealthy 29:22 How to have difficult conversations with your partner  32:25 4 questions to ask yourself before leaving a relationship 35:25 What to do after a breakup 39:05 How to tell if someone is interested in dating you 41:39 Jillian's thoughts on chivalry 43:25 How to avoid “losing yourself” in a relationship 45:42 If you wanna be in a relationship, it's not about you anymore 49:06 Communicating your needs to your partner 50:25 How to not get stuck in something that's “casual”          Episode resources:   Follow Jillian:   Instagram Website Podcast Follow me on Social Media: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter