30 episodes

Join with Lori as she talks with teachers, leaders and creatives - and explores the raw and fascinating life experiences of your neighbour, daughter and friend on topics from parenting and wellness to business and how to live in the present. There is nothing like a good story to give fresh perspective in a place where you may be stuck! These are stories of possibility and the power of becoming.

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Join with Lori as she talks with teachers, leaders and creatives - and explores the raw and fascinating life experiences of your neighbour, daughter and friend on topics from parenting and wellness to business and how to live in the present. There is nothing like a good story to give fresh perspective in a place where you may be stuck! These are stories of possibility and the power of becoming.

    Not All Wounds Are Visible - PTSD

    Not All Wounds Are Visible - PTSD

    This is the story of a young woman in her early 20’s and her journey with PTSD. She recalls, “I didn’t want to go into that dark place…I wanted to stay living… I wasn’t doing well, but there was still such a disconnect between the actual event, what I was feeling and how I presenting, that I couldn’t identify I was in denial of what I had experienced.”

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Nurturing Emotional Courage

    Nurturing Emotional Courage

    Trish joins me via Zoom call to discuss how we as children, teenagers and adults can nurture emotional courage. This conversation is full of information! Including talking points from great influencers, Dr. Kristin Neff, whose work is on Self-Compassion, and Mindfulness. Marc Brackett and the creation of the Mood Meter App. Lastly, Brene Browns message of vulnerability. Trish encourages us to learn and recognize our emotions. She explains what it takes to gather courage, to "wade into the middle of powerful emotions". To recognize, label, and lean in to the messages our emotions are telling us. It takes courage to lean in. We are here to give the tools and support needed for you to be your best self. In all aspects of how you live, love, and parent.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Diastasis Recti with Kjersti

    Diastasis Recti with Kjersti

    In this episode, Kjersti talks about Diastasis Recti, a seperation of the ‘six-pack’ abdominal muscles that can occur in both men and women. The conversation is loaded with info from what to do if you think you have DRA, exercises to help repair and even walks us through a self-assessment. She says, “While DRA is something that happens normally in pregnancy, there is nothing wrong with it. In fact, it is our body’s way of adapting to the stretch and load that naturally occurs while pregnant.” She goes on to say, “DRA can affect anyone, including men, and can gradually develop over time. It is often misdiagnosed in men as a beer belly or weight gain.”

    • 56 min
    Finding Sparks of Joy: Life with Anxiety and Depression and

    Finding Sparks of Joy: Life with Anxiety and Depression and

    Our guest for this episode is Julia - who shares her life experience as she lives with anxiety and depression. It all started for her in the first year of high school. This is when feelings of; being different, not belonging, and isolation began. By the time she hit grade 10, the depression was full-blown. A year ago Julia was suicidal. Looking back, she is able to see where joy saved her; she says, " I began to look for sparks of joy in my own habits and in my own life."

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Conflict in the Workplace with Sue Wazny

    Conflict in the Workplace with Sue Wazny

    In this discussion on Conflict in the Workplace, Sue encourages us to view conflict as a messenger that can serve as an opening for growth and change.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Part 3 Jana Continues her story on: Leaving an Emotionally Abusive Relationship

    Part 3 Jana Continues her story on: Leaving an Emotionally Abusive Relationship

    Join us as Jana continues to share her story. She shares how she decided to leave an Abusive Relationship she was in for 10 years. While there were many moments that led to her leaving, the one thing that she identified was incongruence within herself. Jana says, “I would present as normal to the outside world, while internally I was nothing but confused and scared.” She goes on to say, “I learned to never ask what I did wrong…I never wanted to do anything that would cause the ‘switch to flip’…when times were good, and he was kind to me, our relationship was amazing. And when times were bad, well…it was just so bad.”

    • 1 hr 15 min

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