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This podcast is intended to magnify the voices of dynamic women on topics that reflect our mission to enrich, empower, and evolve women of all backgrounds.

Solful Conversations Podcast Christine Coleman

    • Social Sciences
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This podcast is intended to magnify the voices of dynamic women on topics that reflect our mission to enrich, empower, and evolve women of all backgrounds.

    Episode 10: Managing Your Finances in the Time of Covid-19

    Episode 10: Managing Your Finances in the Time of Covid-19

    In this episode, Sherry Marsh offers us a personal story of turmoil to triumph as she boldly shares how her divorce led her to take control a bold stance over her finances. During this difficult period of her life, Sherry gathered all the tools necessary to grow financially competent, ultimately leading her to financial freedom. Sherry now uses her story to host workshops and speak to other women about the importance of understanding finances. Sherry especially understands how stressful finances can be during this pandemic and offers us some practical tools on where to get started and/or how to refine our current financial status. This and all episodes can be found on iTunes and Spotify under “Solful Conversations.” Please help spread the word and subscribe!

    Episode 9: What's that Feeling? GRIEF in the Time of Covid-19

    Episode 9: What's that Feeling? GRIEF in the Time of Covid-19

    Crisis Counselor, Woman on the Rise’s 2019 Woman of the Year, mental health blogger, and motivational speaker, Asia Hilario reveals what several of us have been feeling yet couldn’t quite put a name to it: GRIEF. Asia derives invaluable information from Harvard Business Review’s article, “That Discomfort You’re Feeling is Grief” by Scott Berinato. Berinato’s interview with world renowned grief expert, David Kessler breaks down the loss we are collectively experiencing, and Hilario’s take on it is both relatable and comforting. Tune in and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel, Solful Conversations on iTunes and Spotify! You can sign up for Asia’s Self-Care Saturdays by following her on Instagram @islahoney.

    Episode 8: Overcoming the "go-getter" pressure in the time of Covid-19

    Episode 8: Overcoming the "go-getter" pressure in the time of Covid-19

    “Start that business. Learn that new language. Launch that blog. You have no excuse to be lazy!” are just a few messages we’ve received through social media and other platforms in the wake of this global crisis. Shelter-in-place has somehow translated to now having all of the time in the world. Except, many of us don’t, or, many of us do but actually need the time to process the crisis, and altogether recharge. Mompreneur, Sue Khan of Bermuda joins Christine in a solful conversation about how to successfully manage and/or launch your business, how to not get caught up in the toxicity of go-getter culture, and how to truly hone in on what is most important at this time, self-care, family time, and starting small.

    Episode 7: Managing Stress & Anxiety in the time of Covid-19

    Episode 7: Managing Stress & Anxiety in the time of Covid-19

    Are you experiencing anxiety and stress in the wake of coven-19? More specifically, is isolation, a shift in your regular schedule, balancing parenting with work from home madness, or fearing unemployment pre-occupying you? Dr. Christine Coleman shares signs of anxiety and stress along with coping skills to help get us all through this new (hopefully temporary) reality.







    Resources mentioned:Mental Health Apps:Better Help
    Talk Space
    Ayana Therapy
    Calm
    Crisis Lines:California Suicide Hotlines
    California Domestic Violence Hotlines
    Bay Area Domestic Violence Support
    California Child Protective Services
    Resources for Parents:Scholastic’s Learn At Home Activities
    Little Justice Leaders

    Episode 6: How to Love Those Who Need It Most

    Episode 6: How to Love Those Who Need It Most

    Yolanda Morrissette spent several years on the streets of the Tenderloin District in San Francisco while battling addiction, facing domestic violence, and all of the challenges of homelessness. She shares her powerful story of struggle and triumph, along with some practical tips about how we can be better, compassionate people towards those who need our love and respect most.
    Yolanda is now a counselor in the prison system and is working towards more certifications to continue to help her help others. She deeply cares about women battling addiction, domestic abuse, and homelessness, and continues to be a strong advocate for them.

    Episode 5: Revive the Sol: Why Community Service is Good for the Sol

    Episode 5: Revive the Sol: Why Community Service is Good for the Sol

    On Episode 5, we hear from our very own Community Service Coordinator and Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Alice Taylor. Alice shares her own story of being in foster care and eventual adoption, which has led her to have a heart for serving others. She has served both in the military and now as a social worker. She also serves as a mentor and as if she didn’t do enough, is now working diligently on our community service quarter.
    This year, we are introducing our Intern Program under the guidance of our Partnerships team. Alice shares about how this program will serve four women transitioning out of life’s hardships and how important it is for you to be involved in giving back to women who need a second chance.

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