Chou Hallegra is an Author, Speaker, Life Coach, Mental Health & Ability Consultant passionate about helping people achieve emotional wellness, reach their full potential, and live fulfilling lives. Find out more atwww.graceandhopeconsulting.com
What makes some people so negative? How can you help them become positive? How do you remain positive when you around negative people? These all the questions I answered during this Q & A session. Need support? Let's connect: https://calendly.com/chouSHOW MORE
When relationships are not healthy, they can become traumatic and healing from that trauma is hard but so worth it. In this episode, Lori shares her story of finding healing after traumatic relationships.
Lori is a motivational health coach focusing on the gut-brain connection. Healthy gut, healthy mind.
website link... http://lbhealthcoach.com
facebook link... https://www.facebook.com/lbhealthcoach/
Her Amare Global link... https://bit.ly/2v6q1Xo
What happens when a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional & a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist start talking about the impact of relationships on our mental & emotional wellness?
Wisdom, expertise, charisma, and a lot of brilliance to help you #ReinventYourRelationships and #ReinventYourself!
A little bit about my special guest...
Ibi is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She helps women with anxiety and insomnia learn how to find their calm. She also helps dating and engaged couples create a strong foundation for a healthy marriage. www.thezinniapractice.com
As a coach she helps moms figure out how to pursue their passions, find time for self care and still be devoted to their loved ones. Because happy moms raise happy kids. www.thehappyworkingmom.com
In this episode, Sederia shares how losing meaningful relationships (her mom and her husband) affected her mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness.
If you're grieving and need someone to talk to, let's connect: https://calendly.com/chou
Our first interview for #ReinventYourRelationships focuses on the impact of self-love on your emotional wellness. Liz Thees shares some great insight on this topic as well of her personal story of being married, divorced and remarried to the same man. They have been together for 22 years now!!
Like you, Liz has been searching for her life purpose. After many years of studying and self-reflection, she discovered that she was meant to help individuals find clarity in their life purpose. She is a Certified Life Coach with a holistic approach and specializes in helping people of all ages find clarity in their journey of life. Find out more athttps://liztheescoaching.com/
Here's a little note from Rachel:
"I am Rachel Leigh from Tennessee. I value living in the Bible Belt and Southern Hospitality as much as I value multiculturalism and being one small part of a huge diverse body of believers, all united in Christ.
I have a Masters level college education in Business and still consider my Fathers business of spreading the gospel of Christ my most important assignment. What lights me up is seeing the moment the Holy Spirit is invited in and first recognized by a new believer or the awe-inspiring world-shaking moments when a believer is given a new revelation of Gods glory. I love these “light bulb moments” and love to share my own. I just love that God chose such a humble creation as us to grow His Kingdom and to be His Kingdom. I’m a grateful daughter of the Most High King!"
Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/WarriorAngelMinistries/
From Lawyer to Missionary, from trauma to triumph, this woman helps us redefine success!
Carrie Reichartz is a lawyer, business owner, and founder and Executive Director of Infinitely More Life… where she hosts conferences and coaches client’s on how to move from trauma to triumph. She takes frequent mission trips to Kenya to work with people affected by trauma and pregnancy issues. She has a true passion for children and helping people travel through trauma into triumph by inspiring them through her personal story.
You can find more about her work at www.InfinitelyMoreLife.org.
Markeith Braden is the CEO of Markeith Braden & Company, a Digital Media & Personal Brand Consulting Agency that helps Small Business Owners & Solopreneurs leverage digital media & marketing automation to build a profitable personal brand business.
Additionally, Markeith is the host of The Markeith Braden Podcast, a weekly podcast where he shares personal development content, interviews from successful entrepreneurs, & business success principles that guide today's entrepreneurs in this digital age.
Find out more at https://www.markeithbraden.com/startapodcast/
You can find lasting freedom from stress when you learn to say, "NO". Join me for live stress R.E.L.I.E.F. coaching sessions, https://www.graceandhopeconsulting.com/stress-relief-coaching.html. Registration closes soon, sign up today!
Including your children in your decision making tells them that you value their opinions and that you care about how your decisions will affect them. Include them in the decision making process and you might just be surprised how creative they can be!
Tomasita can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need help healing from the emotional wounds of your past, "Rewrite Your Story" is for you! Find out more: https://goo.gl/forms/b2JZgxky2Ma6s8Rl1
Speaker, mentor and author Cherie Faus-Smith is a beacon for victims of domestic abuse. She shines a light on survivors and illuminates a path of prevention toward healthy relationships with an end goal of helping them recognize the signs of abuse.
With over three decades of real-life experiences, Cherie shares that there is hope after abuse. Her open heart has a way of bringing out the best in others. Cherie’s book “The Cycle Ended: Saying Goodbye to Domestic Abuse” details the struggles in her past abusive relationships and how she found love after breaking the cycle of choosing unhealthy relationships. You can find more information about Cherie on her website https://cheriefaus-smith.com/.
In this episode we talked about how the lack of understanding creates stigma and stigma becomes a barrier to receiving help. We need to have open communication about mental health so all can receive help.