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The Mental Mile

The Mental Mile

By Kristi Yeh + Kjersti Nelson
Join two moms, therapists and friends with over a decade of experience as Marriage and Family Therapists. Every other week Kristi and Kjersti will be talking about all things parenthood, wellness and career. Episodes will be a mix of honest and sometimes humorous conversations between us, and other times with featured guests. We can’t wait to connect with more parents to walk The Mental Mile together!
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The Self-Care Investment
We interviewed the amazing psychotherapist, author, and new momma Michelle Goodloe, LCSW for our Season 2 Finale! Goodloe has a private therapy practice in Atlanta, and she also leads self-care workshops. In addition, Goodloe authored the self-care journal, “Self Explore, Self Restore,” and the new self-care workbook, “The Self-Care Investment.” Listen to learn about Goodloe’s self-care non-negotiables, the importance of setting boundaries with yourself, and how to overcome guilt that’s working overtime. Connect with Michelle Goodloe, LCSW: Instagram @thegmichelle Wellness-Resource Website gmichelle.com Discover Your Needs Self-Care Quiz  "Self Explore, Self Restore" Journal (Amazon) "The Self-Care Investment" Workbook (Barnes&Noble) Cited in this Episode:“A Mother’s Love” on Oprah.com (Ayelet Waldman says kids are not the center of her universe in her 2005 essay on an Oprah episode) https://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/a-mothers-love_1/all Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's ebook Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy
43:37
July 7, 2021
Season 2: Episode 9: Covid-Career Episode
In this episode Kristi and Kjersti discuss the value in re-thinking work-life, post-pandemic.  Many places, like California, are open for business, and people and businesses are reflecting on lessons learned during the pandemic. Some are doing their best to realign their personal values with their work-life.  This conversation is a great jumping-off point to get thinking about the changes you'd like to see in the corporate world.  Cited in this episode: The Time Magazine article "The Pandemic Revealed How Much We Hate Our Jobs. Now We Have a Chance to Reinvent Work" by Joanne Lipman May 27, 2021.  https://apple.news/AzX4atlSXTeW4m6GhKh90cA Adam Grant https://www.adamgrant.net Stress + Rest = Growth Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's book Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare@kjersti_running_therapy 
30:07
June 23, 2021
Happy Father's Day 2021 from Kristi + Kjersti
This one's for you dads! We chat about our Father's Day traditions and gifts, what we've learned from our dads, paternal mental health and more in our Father's Day episode.  Mentioned in this episode: 1. "Oh Baby: Postpartum Depression in Men is Real, Science Says" by Margaret Jaworski https://www.psycom.net/postpartum-depression-in-men 2. "The Science of Dad and the ‘Father Effect’" by Joshua A. Krisch https://www.fatherly.com/health-science/science-benefits-of-fatherhood-dads-father-effect/ Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's book Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy
34:26
June 9, 2021
Community Care
In this episode Kristi and Kjersti discuss the role that community-care plays in self-care, especially how it relates to parenting young children.  Mentioned in this episode:  1. The quote "Shouting 'self-care' at people who actually need community care is how we fail people." --Nakita Valerio as quoted in the Flare article: https://www.flare.com/identity/self-care-new-zealand-muslim-attack/ 2. There are many articles/studies that discuss whether or not parents are less happy or more happy than non-parents.  Here is one of them: https://time.com/collection/guide-to-happiness/4370344/parents-happiness-children-study/ 3. Coursera, world class learning for anyone, anywhere, for free.  https://www.coursera.org 4. San Mateo Parents Club: https://sanmateoparentsclub.wildapricot.org 5. The book Mommy Burnout by Dr Sheryl Ziegler: https://drsherylziegler.com/mommy-burnout/ 6. Circle of Care Worksheet by Kjersti Nelson, MFT: https://www.kjerstinelson.com/blog/2021/5/17/growing-your-community-circle-of-care-worksheet If you are local to the SF Bay Area join Kjersti in one of her running communities: https://www.kjerstinelson.com/runclubs Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's book Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy
30:29
May 19, 2021
Happy Mother's Day 2021 from Kjersti + Kristi
Kjersti + Kristi chat about their Mother's Day traditions, holiday self-care and the best gifts for burned-out moms! You are amazing mothers, and we are so glad we get to walk the mental mile with you. Here's to joy, connection, laughter, hugs, breakfast in bed, and self-care this year and beyond. Books in this Episode: It's Not You, It's the Dishes by Paula Szuchman and Jenny Anderson  Fair Play by Eve Rodsky Self-Care for Tough Times by Suzy Reading Article in this Episode: 15 Mother's Day Gifts for the Burned-Out Mom in Your Life by Zibby Owens Relationship Resource: Decoding Couples for newsletters, self-paced courses + relationship workshops Self-Care Tip: Fair Play card deck by Eve Rodsky about sharing the parental workload Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's book Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy
24:53
May 5, 2021
Bonus! A Mental Mile Experience: Giving and Receiving Compassion Meditation from Dr. Neff + Dr. Germer
Take a self-compassion break with the Giving and Receiving Compassion guided meditation from Kristin Neff, Ph.D. and Chris Germer Ph.D. Featured Resources: Self-compassion quiz by Kristin Neff  Insight Timer with Kristin Neff  Link to a PDF of the Giving and Receiving Compassion meditation Chris Germer meditation recordings  Kristin Neff meditation recordings  Featured Books: Self-Compassion by Kristin Neff  The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook by Kristen Neff and Chris Germer Good Morning, I Love You by Shauna Shapiro  Stay Woke by Justin Michael Williams  Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's book Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy
13:16
April 21, 2021
A Parents Guide to Video Games, an interview with Dr. Rachel Kowert
Dr. Rachel Kowert is a research psychologist that studies topics relating to the uses and effects of digital games, including the impact on physical, social, and psychological well-being.  She is the author of numerous books, including 'A Parent's Guide to Video Games', and the children's book 'Pragmatic Princess'. In this interview Dr. Kowert demystifies the common stereotypes associated with video game play, and helps put into perspective the positive ways video games can be part of every day life for kids, families, and parents.  She also shares tips for how parents can oversee their child's game play and take the necessary steps to safeguard the experience based on associated risks, the child's age, and interests.   Mentioned in this interview: The Atlantic's article titled, 'Late Stage Pandemic is Messing with Your Brain': https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2021/03/what-pandemic-doing-our-brains/618221/ The book 'A Parent's Guide to video Games' by Dr. Rachel Kowert: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781537359830?aff=rkowert The book 'Pragmatic Princess' by Dr. Rachel Kowert. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0578583690/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1537359835&linkCode=as2&tag=rexmac06-20&linkId=2681009eebdd0f4c2d1c73fed462dac8 The newly released book 'Invisible Friends' by Dr. Rachel Kowert: https://www.amazon.com/Invisible-Friends-Stories-Cloud-Canyon/dp/0578862433/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3UOL8JW7AJPDI&dchild=1&keywords=invisible+friends+kowert&qid=1616352839&sprefix=invisible+friends+%2Caps%2C222&sr=8-1 www.takethis.org a nonprofit mental health org for gamers. https://www.commonsensemedia.org A website that helps parents determine what video games are appropriate for their children. You can find Dr. Rachel Kowert via.. her personal website www.rkowert.co Twitter: @DrKowert YouTube: www.youtube.com/psychgeist She is research director at www.takethis.org The website for 'Pragmatic Princess', www.buildyourowncastle.com Kristi and Kjersti both share a 'community care' wellness practice called "Common Humanity Meditation", to find the details with full instructions visit https://ggia.berkeley.edu/practice/common_humanity_meditation Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's eBook Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy
53:20
April 7, 2021
Running for Mental Health, an interview with Kjersti Nelson
In this episode Kristi interviews co-host Kjersti (Marriage and Family Therapist and Run Coach) about how she got started with running and evolved her run practice into a therapy modality/intervention.  Kjersti covers her own run story, info about running as a treatment element for mild to moderate depression and anxiety, as well as using running and nature in a mindfulness practice.    Mentioned in this episode: William Pullen, Founder of Dynamic Running Therapy: https://williampullenpsychotherapist.com Star Vista a community mental health organization in the San Francisco Bay Area: https://star-vista.org The YMCA: https://ymca360.org The Daily Method: https://thedaileymethod.com The book 'The Joy of Movement' and author Kelly McGonigal: http://kellymcgonigal.com Emily Doliner, friend and graphic artist: https://emilydoliner.com/local-florals BJ Fogg: https://www.bjfogg.com Kjersti's book 'Running for Mental Health, A How-To Guide": https://www.kjerstinelson.com/shop To learn more about Kjersti you can find her at... website: www.kjerstinelson.com instagram: @kjersti_running_therapy book: on amazon or www.kjerstinelson.com/shop Here!! on The Mental Mile Podcast, The Mental Mile website www.thementalmile.com, and instagram @thementalmile In this episode Kristi's self-care [community-care] suggested practice: "the donut tour", try out a new restaurant/donut shop and buy some for you and a friend! Kjersti's self-care [couple-care] suggested practice: Stay-At-Home date night.  Put the kids to bed, order a nice dinner, watch a new-to-you movie! Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's eBook Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare@kjersti_running_therapy
54:47
March 24, 2021
Season 2: Episode 3: Interview with Yogi & Mindful Parenting Coach Ilana Beigel
In this episode Kristi and Kjersti interview Ilana Beigel, Yogi, Mindful Parenting Coach, Speech Language Pathologist, and all around wonderful human about her yoga practice and how she brings the lessons from yoga with her on and off the mat especially when it comes to parenting, wellness, and self-care.   Ilana shares with us her unique parenting tool that she calls "The Lollipop Technique," which is a gentle and inviting way to start a conversation with your child (of any age).   Mentioned in this episode: Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health: kripalu.org The Lollipop Technique: ilanab.com/lollipop Ilana Beigel's Mindful Parenting and Yoga website: ilanab.com You can follow Ilana on Instagram @ilanabeigel Connect with Kjersti + Kristi: Shop Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health Shop Kristi's book Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents The Mental Mile on Instagram @thementalmile
38:33
March 10, 2021
Episode 15: The Anniversary of Pandemic Parenting + The 5 Skills We Need for 2021
Listen to hear how we are doing a year into pandemic parenting, and our thoughts about grief during this time. We chat about COVID trends + fads, distance + hybrid learning, the skills we need in 2021, and two of our favorite self-care practices. Mentioned in this Episode: "The AfterGrief: Finding Your Way Along the Long Arc of Loss" by Hope Edelman, The Anniversary Effect blog, Greater Good Magazine + The Science of Happiness podcast Shop Our Wellness Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's book Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents  Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile + @parentselfcare + @kjersti_running_therapy
30:09
February 24, 2021
Episode 14: Setting Goals + Celebrating Your Wins with Self-Care Expert Suzy Reading
We take you behind the scenes of our most exciting interviews with self-care expert, psychologist, accomplished author and yogi Suzy Reading. We chatted with her last month via Instagram LIVE to break down how to welcome in a New Year amid a pandemic. We dive into her Vitality Wheel, goal setting and loose intentions, and taking time to celebrate our wins! Connect With Suzy Reading: @suzyreading, Suzy's website + blog + books https://www.suzyreading.co.uk/ Shop Our Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's eBook Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents  Connect on Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy
38:18
February 10, 2021
Bonus! A Mental Mile Podcast EXPERIENCE: Body Scan Meditation for Running and Walking with Kjersti Nelson
Put on your run gear, lace up your shoes, and join Kjersti for a guided body scan meditation to be used while running or walking.   Kjersti will guide you through a gentle warm-up, and help you attune inward starting at your toes working all the way up the body to the top of your head.  Finish with a guided cool-down.   This meditation is meant to help you turn your attention inward, and provide you a sense of tranquility, peace, and ease.  There is no pace goal, no distance goal, just present-moment awareness as you move.  It is a great tool for de-stressing and grounding ourselves in the present moment via the mind-body connection.  Kjersti is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT 53781) in the state of California and a certified Long Distance Running Coach (NAASFP).  As well she is co-host of The Mental Mile Podcast.  She often runs or walks with therapy clients, and trains runners in the art of mindful-running. Check out her book Running for Mental Health: A How-To Guide available on her website, www.kjerstinelson.com and Amazon Prime.  *Before starting any new exercise routine, always consult first with your primary care physician.  Do not do this exercise if you are not healthy enough to participate.  As with any exercise always be aware of your surroundings and practice safely. Be well, run well
28:29
January 28, 2021
Episode 12: Parents and Sleep: How to Get More of It While Still Having Fun
In this episode we talk about how to get your sleep back on track after binge-watching a great show, using sleep mantras to your advantage, building micro rest moments into your day, mindfully choosing when to sacrifice sleep for fun, and our thoughts on sleep and screen time (hint: we might blow your mind!). We end with our favorite episodes of the podcast to wrap up Season 1. We will be back in February of 2021 with Season 2. Take care parents! In this episode we mention: Australian psychologist @suzyreading + mindfulness expert @drshaunashapiro Shop Our Wellness Books: Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health + Kristi's eBook Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents The Mental Mile Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy
40:43
December 23, 2020
Returning to Work an Interview with Natalie Nelson-Marsh, PhD.
In this episode Kjersti and Kristi interview Natalie Nelson-Marsh, PhD (https://www.up.edu/directory/Natalie-Nelson-Marsh.html). an Organizational Communication Professor at University of Portland who teaches organizational communication and researches nontraditional and postmodern organizing. She is also CEO/Consultant of Nelson-Marsh Consulting, LLC where she helps individuals and organizations create healthy work cultures.   Dr. Natalie discusses ways that parents (especially moms) can get back into the workforce.  She discusses how cultural narratives have shaped our views on leaving and reentering the workforce.  She suggests countering those narratives by developing a new narrative around relevant experiences (including parenthood) + using language that speaks to the audience. It is possible to be fully prepared, and empowered, to find the right job and the right environment. Good news, you are likely more qualified than you think! Listen in to find out why. In this episode we mention: The Ambition Decisions: What Women Know About Work, Family, and the Path to Building a Life by Hana Schank and Elizabeth Wallace AND   The podcast Worklife with Adam Grant: https://www.adamgrant.net/podcast/  Shop Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health  Shop Kristi's eBook Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents The Mental Mile  Instagram: @thementalmile @parentselfcare @kjersti_running_therapy     
41:00
December 9, 2020
Episode 10: Business and Success Coach + Self-Care Author Rachel Letham (updated)
Join us as we pick business and success coach, Rachel Letham's brain about how to stay healthy and balanced while building a business, navigating career pivots, and incorporating more self-care snacks into your daily life. Rachel is a new mother, business and success coach, self-care expert, and now the author of an amazing new self-care eBook! (Updated show notes version) Connect with Rachel Letham: "Self Care for the Seasons" eBook, Rachel's Instagram + Self Care Survival Kit Instagram + Coaching website Connect with Kjersti + Kristi: Shop Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health, Shop Kristi's eBook + Merchandise + The Mental Mile on Instagram
44:20
November 30, 2020
Episode 9: Business and Success Coach + Self-Care Author Rachel Letham
Join us as we pick business and success coach, Rachel Letham's brain about how to stay healthy and balanced while building a business, navigating career pivots, and incorporating more self-care snacks into your daily life. Rachel is a new mother, business and success coach, self-care expert, and now the author of an amazing new self-care eBook!  Connect with Rachel Letham: "Self Care for the Seasons" eBook Rachel's Instagram + Self Care Survival Kit Instagram Website Connect with Kjersti + Kristi: Shop Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health Shop Kristi's eBook Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents The Mental Mile on Instagram
44:20
November 25, 2020
Episode 8: Catching Up about Side Hustles, Podcasting, Current Events + Coffee
In this episode Kjersti and Kristi discuss the creation of Kristi's newly illustrated e-book, Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents, as well as the positive response from a few individuals regarding Kjersti's book, Running for Mental Health, A How-To Guide.   Kristi shares about some of her recent collaborations and presentations that have inspired her to increase how much movement she includes in her self-care routine.   Kjersti shares about a recent visit to the beach with her kids --during the school day-- underscoring the silver lining of schooling-from-home during a pandemic.   Kjersti and Kristi share about some professional connections that have been made over instagram, and ooh and ahh about how magical it all seems.  Mentioned in this episode: Emily Doliner (artist, graphic designer, illustrator)  Sergio Jaimes-Vigaray @rootedparentmovement Suzy Reading (Australian psychologist) @suzyreading Jessica Robson of Run Talk Run @jessicamaryrobson William Pullen of Dynamic Running Therapy @d_runningtherapy Jack Kornfield is an American Buddhist teacher and a founder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center Our favorite coffee: Kristi shared her love for cold brew coffee with cream from Philz. Kjersti shared about her love for cafe au lait from Blue Bottle Coffee.
36:57
November 11, 2020
Episode 7: Part 2 - Raising a Child with a Physical Difference
The second part of our interview with Paula Quinn focuses on self-care during difficult times, and the career decisions many parents face about working outside of the home.  Connect with Paula Quinn of Coming Up Rosies: Learn how you can get your child's art made into a headscarf or super hero cape + the Smile Kit that will be donated to a children's hospital Shop Quinn's amazing children's book, "My Hair Went on Vacation" Website, Instagram + Facebook Connect with Kjersti + Kristi: Shop Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health Shop Kristi's book Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents The Mental Mile on Instagram
29:40
October 28, 2020
Episode 6: Part I - Raising a Child with a Physical Difference
We were honored to interview Paula Quinn, mother and founder of the Coming Up Rosies non-profit. Quinn is also the author of a new children's book, "My Hair Went On Vacation." She shares about her daughter's Alopecia diagnosis, and how her family began their mission to raise their children with confidence, compassion, and empathy.  Connect with Paula Quinn of Coming Up Rosies: Sign up for the 3rd Annual Three Miles for Smiles virtual race that will support Coming Up Rosies, PalExperiences, Invisible Hands + Weird Enough Productions  Shop Quinn's amazing children's book, "My Hair Went on Vacation"  Website, Instagram + Facebook Connect with Kjersti + Kristi: Shop Kjersti's book Running for Mental Health Shop Kristi's book Self-Care Inspiration for Busy Parents The Mental Mile on Instagram
28:60
October 21, 2020
Episode 5: Sleep Training 101
Kjersti and Kristi discuss different methods of sleep training, and what worked and didn't work in their personal situations.  In this episode you'll hear personal anecdotes, tips, and advice regarding sleep-training for babies.  The sleep training methods mentioned are:   Cry it out (extinction) Co-sleep  “The Wave” (check and console, offer soothing as needed, but in order of least intrusion).  Ferber Method (check and console, don’t feed/hold). “Chair method” (gradually remove your presence from the room).  Bedtime Routine Fading (fade out the amount of time you spend doing the soothing fall-asleep activities).  More inclusive descriptions of each method can be found HERE.    The following books are mentioned in this podcast:   The Happy Sleeper, The Science-Backed Guide to Helping Your Baby Get a Good Night's Sleep-Newborn to School Age by Heather Turgeon, MFT & Julie Wright, MFT (The Wave Method)  The Happiest Baby on the Block by Harvey Karp, MD  The No-Cry Sleep Solution by Elizabeth Pantley  Kristi's sleep consultant: Dr. Angelique Millette  The National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Duration Recommendations: https://www.sleepfoundation.org/press-release/national-sleep-foundation-recommends-new-sleep-times.  As always, Kjersti and Kristi divulge a current "favorite".  This week we shared our favorite wines, for all you well-deserving, tired parents out there.   Kristi shared Whispering Angel Rose. Kjersti shared Rombauer Zinfandel (red), and Hannah Sauvignon Blanc (white).   Check out our books! Kristi's book: Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents (e-book) Kjersti's book: Running for Mental Health, A How-To Guide. 
29:53
October 7, 2020
Episode 4: The Power of Mentorship in Your Career
In this episode Kristi and Kjersti interview Amy Shull, LPC & LMFT about the role of mentorship.  Amy Shull was a supervisor and mentor to both Kjersti and Kristi during their training years as young therapists.  Amy now has a private practice based in Fort Collins, Colorado.  Amy discusses the difference between therapy and mentorship and how the two are interlaced.  She discusses key qualities to look for in a mentor, and the responsibilities of the mentee.  Amy draws from her personal and professional experiences and expertise.  To learn more about Amy Shull's private practice please visit her listing on Psychology Today. Current favorite instagram accounts:  Please Faith Broussard Cade @fleurdelisspeaks & Suzy Reading @suzyreading Books by Kjersti and Kristi: Running for Mental Health A How-To Guide & Self-Care 101 for Busy Parents. Connect with Us: Podcast @thementalmile, Kristi @parentselfcare, Parent Self-Care Blog, Kjersti www.kjerstinelson.com @kjersti_running_therapy,
26:35
September 23, 2020
Episode 3: Distance Learning Survival Guide
A deep dive into distance learning. We share our top tips and resources to stay sane while homeschooling your children during a pandemic. Featured in this Episode: Door Monkey lock, Surge Capacity article, Growth Mindset Back-to-School care package PDF, creating a Growth Mindset homework corner, GoNoodle, Cosmic Yoga + calming glitter jars Books + Podcasts: The Joy of Movement, We Live for the We + The Longest Shortest Time parenting podcast Power Up Songs: Greatest Love of All, I Wanna Dance with Somebody + Higher Love by Whitney Houston Our Recent Favorites: Kjersti’s DIY favorites for kids on Pinterest + Kristi’s new bath time obsession from @mothercould Books by Kjersti and Kristi: Running for Mental Health A How-To Guide & Educator Wellness During Uncertain Times Connect with Us: Podcast @thementalmile, Kristi @parentselfcare + Parent Self-Care Blog, Kjersti www.kjerstinelson.com + @kjersti_running_therapy
35:55
September 9, 2020
Episode 2: How We Are Coping During the Pandemic
Behind the scenes scoop about creating the podcast and how two moms and therapists are coping during a global pandemic: creating, side hustles, learning new things, staying connected, home routines, social justice, core values, introspection, mindfulness + self-care. Featured in this Episode: Graphic Designer Emily Doliner @emilydolinerart, Therapist + Artist Lindsay Braman @lindsaybraman, Mindfulness Expert + Author Shauna Shapiro, Ph.D. @drshaunashapiro + “Good Morning, I Love You” mindfulness book Our Recent Favorites: “Too Much and Never Enough How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” by Mary L. Trump, Ph.D + "Such a Fun Age" by @kileyreid Connect with Us: Podcast @thementalmile, Kristi @parentselfcare, Parent Self-Care Blog, Kjersti www.kjerstinelson.com @kjersti_running_therapy, "Running for Mental Health" book by Kjersti
32:07
August 26, 2020
Welcome to The Mental Mile
Welcome to The Mental Mile where we talk about all things parenthood, wellness + career. Get to know your hosts Kristi Yeh + Kjersti Nelson, and hear more about to expect when you tune in every other week. We chat about how we met over a decade ago, the evolving concept of wellness, and the different ways people can heal and grow. Connect with Us: Podcast @thementalmile, Kristi @parentselfcare + Parent Self-Care Blog, Kjersti @kjersti_running_therapy + "Running for Mental Health" book by Kjersti
13:28
August 16, 2020