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18 minutes | Oct 14, 2020
How to Win Friends & Influence People - Book Review
*warning: this episode has the potential to drastically improve your social and mental health!*At the end of each episode, I asks guests three questions:1. A book that has shaped your life?2. A healthy habit that you practice?3. A treasure of truth / piece of advice?In this episode, I answer question #1 and share with you the top 10 principles (the book has 30, and yes, they are all good) that have shaped my life after reading "How to Win Friends and Influence People": Don't criticize, condemn, or complain Give honest and sincere appreciation Become genuinely interested in other people Smile Remember that a person's name is the sweetest sound in any languge Be a good listener Make the other person feel important - and do it sincerely If you are wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically Try honestly to see things from the other person's point of view Be hearty in your approbation and lavish in your praise "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie is a classic and I highly recommend it. At the core, it is all about how to manage human relationships and live a happy and fulfilled life with those whom we make connections with. Give it a listen and let me know what you think! _________________________________________________Come connect with me on Instagram! @HealthMeHealthULove this podcast? Give it a review. And...Subscribe, so you never miss an episode!
33 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Regulating Kids Emotions (EQ part 2)
In episode 8, my guest Krystin Henley shared with us the importance of nurturing emotional intelligence in kids. In this episode (EQ part 2), Krystin dives deep into regulating emotions in kids! If you haven't listened to EQ part 1 (episode 8), go give it a listen, there's lots to learn about our mental health! _________________________________________________In this episode we cover tips for Emotion Regulation:1. Explain the brain2. Name emotions3. Identify & filter thoughts4. Flipped lids and calm down corners_________________________________________________Krystin Henley, a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist has created Nurturing Characters, where she shares ideas on parenting and emotional intelligence, along with resources for parents and educators. Connect with Krystin Henley:NurturingCharacters.comInstagram: @NurturingCharactersFacebook Clickable Resources: Take an EQ Test Print & Download Resources Teaching Kids Frontal Lobe Video Calm-Down Corner _________________________________________________Come connect with me on Instagram! @HealthMeHealthULove this podcast? Subscribe, so you never miss an episode!
35 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
Nurturing Emotional Intelligence in Kids (EQ part 1)
Did you know that in many ways Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is more important than Cognitive Intelligence (IQ)? Do you want to know how to raise kids that have a high EQ, and can successfully manage relationships and feelings? If you answered yes, you are going to want to listen to this episode! YOU will learn how to improve your EQ, and help those around you! Krystin Henley, a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist has created Nurturing Characters, where she shares ideas on parenting and emotional intelligence, along with resources for parents and educators. _________________________________________________ In this episode we will cover the 5 Parts of EQ (Emotional Intelligence): Know your emotions Learn to manage your emotions Recognize emotions in others Learn to manage relationships well Have goals and the motivation to achieve those goals _________________________________________________ Episode 9 coming soon, where Krystin will share more on "emotional regulation".Connect with Krystin Hensley:NurturingCharacters.comInstagram @NurturingCharactersFacebook Resources: Take an EQ Test Teaching Kids about the Frontal Lobe Video _________________________________________________Come connect with me on Instagram! @HealthMeHealthULove this podcast? Subscribe, so you never miss an episode!
40 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
A Lifelong Journey to Health & Wellness
Born with a congenital heart defect, Tiara shares her health story and how she lives life to the fullest and overcame her health limitations to be someone she was told she'd never be able to be; a competitive athlete. 3 big things Tiara shares: How to live with a limiting diagnosis Becoming a CrossFit athlete The impact of nutrition You will love getting to know Tiara, a California native hailing from Carlsbad California, who currently calls Lake Tahoe home. When she's not coaching or training at South Tahoe CrossFit you can find Tiara enjoying the great outdoors, traveling, cooking, eating, or talking/reading about food and nutrition. She resides with her hubby, wild toddler, and loving GSP. Check out her website www.AHappyHealthyHome.com to find your daily dose of mountain living, fit tips, food, and life moments! It's all about the life Tiara has created for herself and family. From a toddler who only naps in cars, whole nutrition, functional fitness, and healthy living she shares how it's about balance. It's not always easy, but Tiara gives readers a glimpse of reality with grace and laughter.
12 minutes | Aug 26, 2020
How to Get Kids to Eat Healthy Foods
Do you have kids in your life that you want to eat more plants and healthier foods? I share 5 proven tips to get your kids (and you) on the right track! These simple tips apply to every family, no matter what your health goals are. What was your favorite tip? I'd love to share! Take a screenshot of this episode and share on your social media. Remember to tag me so I can share it! Instagram: @HealthMeHealthU
41 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
Natural Remedies for Inflammation, Aches & Pains
Discover proven natural remedies and techniques that YOU can do to relieve pain and heal your body for everyday inflammation, aches & pains. In this episode, Kylee Melo, shares how she was able to heal her body, and her clients of all ages by using simple techniques and avoid costly medication and surgery. Learn natural healing techniques for: inflammation flu/cold circulation abdominal pain and more... To learn more from Kylee Melo, connect with her on Instagram, YouTube, and on her website. @Kylees_Kitchen KyleesKitchen.com
75 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
Homeschool Life: What is it REALLY like?
Let’s talk social health. In particular, education. I believe the future-of-education topic is having a huge impact on the health of our society, in particular the social and mental health of students, parents and teachers, especially right now, summer of 2020. As I’ve talked with other parents, I have heard their fear and seen them struggle with the decision of determining what is best for their child in the upcoming school year. We don’t know what school will look or feel like. In a recent study of 2,100 participants, 40% of parents are thinking of homeschooling in the fall of 2020. If you are one of these parents, this episode is for you! Lisa Brizuela sits down with me and shares her experience both as a high school teacher in the public school system for 10 years, and homeschooling two of her three children the past four years. Lisa never thought she’d be a homeschool mom, but after her oldest completed TK, she made the switch. Lisa shares her story on why she made the switch, what pre-covid homeschooling is like, and answers some questions you may have. In this episode, you will gain understanding as to: The difference between covid-19 homeschooling (that everyone was thrown into) vs. homeschooling Where do you start? How do you know if you are being successful? How to choose curriculum to fit your child? What a day of homeschool looks like? Is it expensive? How to maintain the social health of children? What are some benefits of homeschool
53 minutes | Jun 4, 2020
Understanding Anxiety & Tools to Help
Mental health is one of the four pieces to what I like to call our “health pie”; comprised of physical, mental, social, and spiritual health. Every piece of this pie is intertwined with each other. Mental health is the least spoken about and most private to people. But, yet it is so crucial in our daily lives and should be exercised for improvement everyday. So, don’t exit out of this episode, everyone needs to hear this, and trust me, you will learn something new! We will be inspired and educated from Chad Erickson, MD. Dr. Erickson has been practicing medicine for over ten years as a board certified psychiatrist. He is passionate about keeping your mind and brain healthy and is well respected among his colleagues as a physician and leader in his specialty of mental health. In this episode we focus on anxiety disorders, which is the most common mental illness in the United States. Effecting over 40 million adults or nearly 20% of our population After this episode you will learn: What exactly mental health is, and clear up confusion you may have Why YOU should care about it How the stress and worries of life impact your entire health Practices you can implement today Actionable tools to utilize everyday to be a better version of YOU When to know you need to seek professional help And of course, we will hear some good stories along the way Tools & resources: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UFRSmHA134npuhjbOWJSSCVAs8noc0Bg/view?usp=sharing
49 minutes | May 14, 2020
Neuropathy: The impact of food and lifestyle
Part 2: At age 31, Brian was diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy, a chronic nerve disease. After countless hours of research, medical appointments, and living with pain every moment, Brian shares his story of discovery in how food and lifestyle choices drastically improved his neuropathy pain. Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! If you enjoy this show, please rate and leave a comment!
31 minutes | May 14, 2020
Living with Neuropathy at 31
Part 1: At the age of 31, Brian discovered he had peripheral neuropathy, a chronic nerve disease. He shares his story of how he learned about it, when he was diagnosed, what it is like to live with a chronic disease, and how it has impacted his family. (part 1 of 2, be sure to listen to part 2, “Neuropathy: The impact of food and lifestyle”)Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! If you enjoy this show, please rate and leave a comment!
13 minutes | May 14, 2020
Health Me Health U: My Story
Hi I'm Shara. Welcome to the Health Me Health U Podcast! You are here, which means YOU and I have something in common - we both want to get healthier, and I can’t wait to do it together! Here we will be sharing health stories, from people of all walks of life. Stories on all aspects of health; physical, mental, social, spiritual. Listen to this episode, where I share my story... what's yours? Join me as we build a community where we get healthier together! Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! If you enjoy this show, please rate and leave a comment!
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