49 episodes

Are you a Woman Leader who is a champion on the outside, but struggling to become a champion on the inside? The Me Myself and HER Podcast is a weekly conversation for Women Leaders, who are ready to lead and succeed in life, career and relationships by becoming better stewards of their mental and emotional health. Join the host, Alicia Caldwell, a Licensed Clinical Counselor turned Mental Fitness Coach, as she pulls back the layers of who you are, who you want to be, and how to become HER (Healthy-Empowered-Resilient).

Me Myself and HER Alicia Caldwell

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Are you a Woman Leader who is a champion on the outside, but struggling to become a champion on the inside? The Me Myself and HER Podcast is a weekly conversation for Women Leaders, who are ready to lead and succeed in life, career and relationships by becoming better stewards of their mental and emotional health. Join the host, Alicia Caldwell, a Licensed Clinical Counselor turned Mental Fitness Coach, as she pulls back the layers of who you are, who you want to be, and how to become HER (Healthy-Empowered-Resilient).

    BONUS EPISODE: Grace as a Form of Self-care

    BONUS EPISODE: Grace as a Form of Self-care

    Please enjoy this BONUS EPISODE as I, Alicia Caldwell, share how life circumstances sometimes warrant a pause as you reposition, refocus, and prepare to restart. Because there are times in life where a pause is more powerful than pushing yourself to complete a task. Today was one of those times. I had planned to record another podcast episode, but my mind and energy were not prepared for it. If you are struggling with giving yourself permission to take care of your mind as you strive for success in life, take a listen, and then decide.


    What I know is that self-care sometimes means taking a purposeful pause. Listen to your mind, body, and spirit as your gauge if this practice may apply to you.


    You can find Alicia Caldwell on Instagram and Facebook. 


    ©2021 All Rights Reserved by Live Like Her, LLC and Alicia Caldwell. The Me Myself and HER Podcast is for general informational purposes only. Not intended to diagnose or treat any condition, illness, or disease. Not intended to be financial, legal, medical, or therapeutic advice.

    • 5 min
    A Message From a Daddyless Daughter

    A Message From a Daddyless Daughter

    Today's Me Myself and HER Podcast episode 48, is a Father's Day tribute. Not for the fathers, but for the fatherless daughters. I'm sending this message of hope and encouragement as a fellow daddyless daughter. As you live out the chapters of your life that don't include a father's love, guidance, or presence, I pray that you find your way to the abundant life that you deserve. 


    My hope is that this episode will magnify the needs and inspire daddyless women and girls to believe that they are worthy of love, capable of healing, deserving of prosperity, and more than their parental circumstances. 


    Join Alicia Caldwell as she discusses her daddlyess daughter journey and her decision to make revisions to the story she was telling herself about her father's absence.


    Episode highlights: Emotional turmoil is a natural but challenging result of a father's absence. | Lack of support makes healing more difficult. | Daddy issues affect relationships, trust, and emotions. | Give yourself permission to feel and heal. | Get help if needed. | You are in control of your story.


    DON'T FORGET to read the BLOG version of this topic by going to the Live Like HER website.


    You can find Alicia Caldwell on Instagram and Facebook. 


    ©2021 All Rights Reserved by Live Like Her, LLC and Alicia Caldwell. The Me Myself and HER Podcast is for general informational purposes only. Not intended to diagnose or treat any condition, illness, or disease. Not intended to be financial, legal, medical, or therapeutic advice.

    • 10 min
    The Fabulous Four of Self-Care

    The Fabulous Four of Self-Care

    Professional women leaders don't have tons of time to dedicate to self-care, but most want to. Most women want to take better care of themselves so that they’re better equipped to manage taking care of others. The truth is, when we neglect our self-care, we put undue stress and strain on our minds and bodies. By making self-care a daily priority we are empowered to lower stress, boost mental resilience and improve our quality of life.


    Join Alicia Caldwell as she discusses The Fabulous Four Self-Care Method, which is a blueprint that she created to make self-care a tangible reality for busy professional women. As you listen, create your own plan to boost your self-care in The Fabulous Four areas of mind, body, spirit, and relationships.


    Episode highlights: Identify self-care strategies that are already working | Increase the frequency and consistency of your self-care | Self-care ideas for mind, body, spirit, and relationships | How The Fabulous Four Method can work for you | How to use The Fabulous Four "partnering strategy" if you are short on time.


    To receive the free self-care calendar mentioned on this episode, subscribe at www.livelikeher.com.


    DON'T FORGET to read the BLOG version of this topic by going to the Live Like HER website.


    You can find Alicia Caldwell on Instagram and Facebook. 


    ©2021 All Rights Reserved by Live Like Her, LLC and Alicia Caldwell. The Me Myself and HER Podcast is for general informational purposes only. Not intended to diagnose or treat any condition, illness, or disease. Not intended to be financial, legal, medical, or therapeutic advice.

    • 13 min
    Self-Care is Life-Care

    Self-Care is Life-Care

    Today is part one of a discussion about how self-care helps and affects how we show up for those around us. It's the beginning of a conversation about how to realistically incorporate the practice into the lifestyle of busy professional women. Listen as Alicia shares about the ripple effect of purposeful wellness practices on your mind, body, spirit, and relationships, the consequences of self-care neglect, and the benefits of making wellness a priority. Take a pause from your busy schedule to discover how your self-care reaches beyond your personal mental and physical health and impacts how you live, love, and lead. Make sure you come back next week for part two of this discussion, where the focus will be on incorporating self-care into your daily routines.


    Don't forget to read the blog version of this topic at www.livelikeher.com/blog. 


    You can find Alicia Caldwell on Instagram @livelikeher2 and Facebook @livelikeher. To learn more about Alicia and how you can work with her, visit www.livelikeher.com


    ©2021 All Rights Reserved by Live Like Her, LLC and Alicia Caldwell. The Me Myself and HER Podcast is for general informational purposes only. Not intended to diagnose or treat any condition, illness, or disease. Not intended to be financial, legal, medical, or therapeutic advice.

    • 10 min
    3 Reasons Why Envy is Harmful

    3 Reasons Why Envy is Harmful

    Join Alicia Caldwell, a licensed professional counselor turned mental fitness coach, as she puts a spotlight on the challenges of professional women leaders while exploring and sharing strategies and tips to help HER thrive in mind, body, career, and relationships. Each discussion will surround topics in alignment with the HER acronym that stands for Healthy-Empowered-Resilient.


    On this episode, Alicia discusses how the normal emotion of envy can turn toxic and harmful if left unchecked. She shares her insight into how envy can be triggered by social media engagement, the perception that other people's lives are somehow better, feelings of missing out, and comparison. She also shares how building your confidence and focusing on your strengths can reduce the risk of falling into the envying trap. Take a listen to this discussion and take away the "3 Reasons Why Envy is Harmful."


    Reason 1 | Envy can be mentally and socially harmful.


    Reason 2 | Envy is a distraction.


    Reason 3 | Envy damages relationships.


    Don't forget to read the blog version of this topic at www.livelikeher.com/blog. 


    You can find Alicia Caldwell on Instagram @livelikeher2 and Facebook @livelikeher. To learn more about Alicia and how you can work with her, visit www.livelikeher.com


    ©2021 All Rights Reserved by Live Like Her, LLC and Alicia Caldwell. The Me Myself and HER Podcast is for general informational purposes only. Not intended to diagnose or treat any condition, illness, or disease. Not intended to be financial, legal, medical, or therapeutic advice.

    • 11 min
    Emotional Disruptions and Self-Discovery

    Emotional Disruptions and Self-Discovery

    Join Alicia Caldwell, a licensed professional counselor turned mental fitness coach, as she puts a spotlight on the challenges of professional women leaders while exploring and sharing strategies and tips to help HER thrive in mind, body, career, and relationships. Each discussion will surround topics in alignment with the HER acronym that stands for Healthy-Empowered-Resilient.


    The month of May is dedicated to Mental Health Awareness. What we don’t always realize is that our mental health is connected to our emotional health. Emotional disruptions can be hard, but we all face them. Join Alicia as she discusses emotions as a guide and how knowing better doesn’t always mean you’ll do better. There are times when powerful women still need a coach, counselor, or another support system to help them cope. Especially when they are being emotionally challenged. Take some time to listen as Alicia shares how she discovers more about herself and how you can too, through a few simple questions: (1) Why is this feeling here? (2) What is the underlying need? (3) What is the emotion leading me to do more or less of? 


    You can find Alicia Caldwell on Instagram @livelikeher2 and Facebook @livelikeher. To learn more about Alicia and how you can work with her, visit www.livelikeher.com


    ©2021 All Rights Reserved by Live Like Her, LLC and Alicia Caldwell. The Me Myself and HER Podcast is for general informational purposes only. Not intended to diagnose or treat any condition, illness, or disease. Not intended to be financial, legal, medical, or therapeutic advice.

    • 9 min

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