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I love learning about the science of our bodies - what makes them stronger and better, and how we can circumnavigate them when they’re not doing what we need them to. This was the topic of discussion with my next guest, who studies the brain and neurobiology. We talk about how brain development gets disrupted for girls, and how this plays into some of the setbacks that we see for women in our society. We also get into how our brains are trying to protect us but they sometimes end up causing illnesses like depression and isolation.

Noelle Cordeaux specializes in the relationship with one’s self. Her incredible “User’s Guide to the Brain” perspective focuses on how a basic knowledge of neurobiology helps us understand our brain & body. Noelle also reveals everything you never knew about romantic love & the brain! 

Noelle is the CEO and co-founder of JRNI where she helps clients get unstuck & make real progress. She holds a B.A. in Literature (Rutger). A Graduate Certificate in Executive & Professional Coaching (University of Texas at Dallas). Her graduate studies include a Masters in Social Work &  PhD in Human Sexuality.

And, for our listeners, Noelle and her team have a special offer if you go to

https://www.jrni.co/podcast where you can get your free guide and $200 off admission to JRNI.

Before we get to our interview with Noelle we just wanted to remind everyone that we have a goal WE want to achieve to get 100 reviews on apple podcasts! If you feel inclined and haven’t already done so, we would love it if you would leave us a review and give some love back to help us achieve our goals in 2020.

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