What? "It is what it is" with ShallZ – Shally Zomorodi
How long? 35 minutes
Every week, Mother of 4, wife, morning TV news anchor and ultimate hostess, Shally Zomorodi talks about life - its up's and downs and how to stay on track in her weekly podcast, ‘It is what it is.’ Known for her high energy, infectious smile and ability to see the cup as half full Shally talks about all things in life and how to work through its challenges. From parenting, marriage, friendships, current events to how to smile when it just seems impossible ‘It is what it is’ is the perfect podcast to help inspire you to dance through the rain.
Teens and Drugs
As a parent you are trying to do everything right. Showering your kids with love balanced with discipline all with the hopes your child will grow up to be an emotionally healthy adult. But then come the teenage years and for some its a turbulent time. During the stressful years some teens fall into a world of substances to help them cope and manage. Dr. Behrooz Bernous a mental health and family law consultant explains why teens turn to drugs and what parents can do to help.
Your baby is not a baby anymore. Parenting.
That cute little baby of yours is growing up and just when you thought things will get easier the real work starts. Dr. Behrooz Bernous, a mental health and family law consultant explains what parents can do during the early years that will make a difference in the years to come.
It's OK not to be OK
Sometimes it's just too much. Too much stress. Too much uncertainty. During the Pandemic days have becoming overwhelming and difficult to get through and it can take even the strongest of us down.
Psychologist Dr. Amir Ramezani reminds us that sometimes It's OK not to be OK and how to find your way out when you just don't feel your best.
Stress and The Pandemic
For many, the time during the Pandemic is the most stressful times of their lives. Doctors and experts are worried about the emotional strain it's taking on people.
Psychologist Dr. Amir Ramezani talks to us more about stress and the brain and how we can better understanding what we are feeling during this uncertain time.
What have we learned? Coronavirus Part 2
Should I go to a BBQ? How can I protect my family? Will kids be able to go back to school in the FALL? Dr. John Bradley, Medical Director of Infectious Diseases, at Rady Children's Hospital explains more in part 2 of our conversation.
Coronavirus - Lessons learned
You cannot look at someone and know if they have the Coronavirus.
The newest scientific studies are saying just that which may explain why doctors and public health officials are urging you to wear one.
Medical Director of Infectious Diseases at Rady Children's Hospital Dr. John Bradley has more on what they have learned.