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Rachel Hudson is a certified life coach, yoga and meditation teacher, and Reiki master. In her podcast, she reveals all of her tips and strategies to ditch the drama with your mama. You’ll discover how to act and show up differently around your mama or any challenging relationship without sacrificing your self-worth.

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Rachel Hudson is a certified life coach, yoga and meditation teacher, and Reiki master. In her podcast, she reveals all of her tips and strategies to ditch the drama with your mama. You’ll discover how to act and show up differently around your mama or any challenging relationship without sacrificing your self-worth.

    Ep. 59 Interview with Celeste Smith: Boundaries, Body Image, and Self-Care [Part ONE]

    Ep. 59 Interview with Celeste Smith: Boundaries, Body Image, and Self-Care [Part ONE]

    In this episode, Rachel sits down for a chat with Celeste Smith, a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified eating disorder specialist. They cover a range of fascinating topics like boundaries, mama drama, body image struggles, reiki, meditation, and yoga.

    Celeste opens up about her personal journey of overcoming trauma and how it ultimately led her to become a therapist. She also emphasizes the importance of setting boundaries as an act of self-care. They dive into the generational impact of body image issues and discuss the need for self-compassion. 

    To top it off, Celeste offers some amazing tips for setting boundaries and emphasizes that boundaries are not mean, but rather a way to take care of oneself. She even shares some of her own self-care practices, like spending time outdoors, prayer, and therapy. And lastly, they wrap things up with an enlightening conversation about the benefits of distraction-free walks and the intriguing concept of polyvagal theory. 

     

    Key points:

    boundaries, mama drama, body image, reiki, meditation, and yoga
    Celeste's background as a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified eating disorder specialist
    Celeste's personal experience with trauma and how it led her to become a therapist
    The importance of boundaries and how they can be challenging but necessary for self-care
    The impact of generational mama drama and body image issues
    The role of therapy in healing and setting boundaries
    The misconception that boundaries are mean and the importance of self-compassion
    Self-care practices such as yoga walks in nature, prayer, and therapy
    The benefits of being present and paying attention to one's surroundings
    An introduction to polyvagal theory and its connection to stress and the body's response.

    Links mentioned in this episode:

    My Website: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/
    Celeste Smith: https://www.celestesmiththerapy.com/
    Work with me here: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/work-with-me
    Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelkhudson/

     

    • 46 min
    Ep. 58 Interview With Sarah Plowman

    Ep. 58 Interview With Sarah Plowman

    In this episode, Sarah and I explore the liberating power of taking responsibility for ourselves.   Sarah shares her experience of how taking responsibility for herself has transformed her life and allowed her to feel free, content, and sufficient.

    We discuss the concept of people pleasing and both recognize that people pleasing is a form of manipulation.  We talk about the fear that many people may feel when they hear the idea of taking responsibility for themselves, but Sarah emphasizes how it is worth it, even though it may be challenging.  

    Sarah also shares how realizing that she can't control what other people think of her was a turning point for her, allowing her to be content with herself and let others have their own experiences of her.  

    Join us as we dive into this inspiring conversation on how taking responsibility for yourself can lead to greater freedom, contentment, and self-love.  

     

    What you'll learn in this episode:

    How Sarah started taking emotional responsibility for her life
    What happened when Sarah realized that she was in charge of how she wanted to feel
    Why other people don't create our emotions
    Some of the challenges she had with her mother
    How she uses the energy of emotions to move her forward in life
    Some of the beautiful things she loves about her mother

     

    Links mentioned in this episode:

    Sarah Plowman: https://www.instagram.com/sarahplowmancoaching/
    My Website: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/
    Work with me here: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/work-with-me
    Grab your FREE 3-Step Guide to Creating Peace With Your Mother: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/opt-in-817728d6-c4b4-465e-bd45-d759adf59b52
    Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelkhudson/

         

    • 56 min
    Ep. 57 The Selfish Hour: Interview With Megan Weisheipl

    Ep. 57 The Selfish Hour: Interview With Megan Weisheipl

    Welcome to Relationship Coaching with Rachel, where we provide insights and tips to help you find peace in your most challenging relationships. Today, I have a special guest on the podcast, Megan Weisheipl, who will be discussing her new book, The Selfish Hour. 

    As a relationship coach and teacher of meditation and yoga, I understand the importance of creating sacred time for myself.

    The Selfish Hour is a must-read for anybody seeking personal growth and transformation. Megan wrote this book from a place of being healed and provides practical tips on how to transform your mind in just one hour a day.

    Megan shares her story of creating a life from a situation she didn't want. She talks about feeling like the parent in the relationship, and how she mirrored her story from her own mother's story. The Selfish Hour is a reminder that being selfish is not a negative thing. It's important to be your own person and not try to fit in.

    Listeners can get a sneak-peak download of the first chapter of The Selfish Hour: https://www.meganspeaks.com/

    Tune in to learn more about how to create sacred time for yourself and find peace in your relationships.

    Website: https://www.meganspeaks.com/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meganweisheipl/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/megan.phillipsweisheipl

     

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    Website: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/

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    Twitter: https://twitter.com/lifecoachrachel

    • 49 min
    Ep. 56 How to Deal with Indulgent Emotions: Worry and Confusion

    Ep. 56 How to Deal with Indulgent Emotions: Worry and Confusion

    In this episode, I'm talking about the topic of indulgent emotions.   Specifically, the most common indulgent emotions of worry and confusion. I also talk about the ways it can show up in our lives and how these emotions can keep us stuck.   Listen as I share tips and strategies for managing these indulgent emotions.  

    Key points:

    I talk about the most common indulgent emotions.
    The reasons we use indulgent emotions.
    Why indulgent emotions are not useful.
    How Indulgent emotions keep you stuck. Indulgent emotions are a cover-up for real emotions like fear and sadness that we want to mask with
    I give examples of how I used indulgent emotions to cover up worry, sadness, and confusion in my own life.

    Link mentioned in this episode:

    My Website: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/
    Work with me here: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/work-with-me
    Grab your FREE Mama Drama Boundaries Guide: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/Mama-Drama-Boundaries-Guide
    Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelkhudson/

    • 23 min
    Ep. 55 How to Apologize From a Place of Love

    Ep. 55 How to Apologize From a Place of Love

    Making a sincere apology can have a profound impact on your level of self-worth. What I realized over the last several weeks is that I realized that the way I was taught about making an apology was that it was either "owed" like a bad debt or it came with a lot of strings attached.  

    What you'll learn in this episode:   


    When we apologize from a place of fear, it has a different energy to it. It feels heavy and haunting. There's an air of manipulation to it. 
    When we apologize from a place of love, it feels genuine. 
    A sincere apology can give anyone a sense of freedom when we come from the right place. 

    I'm delighted to say that learning to sincerely and timely apologize is one of the biggest gifts I've ever given to myself.

     

    Mentioned in the show: 


    Ditch the Drama Coaching - Free Consultation
    Mama Drama Boundaries Guide: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/Mama-Drama-Boundaries-Guide

    When you make the commitment to managing your emotional life, there's nothing you can't create for yourself.  

    I'd love to connect with you more Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Coaching with Rachel

    • 12 min
    Ep. 54 How to Manage Your Emotions

    Ep. 54 How to Manage Your Emotions

    When you learn how to manage your emotions, you're able to:


    Forgive and let go of your past
    Feel more empowered
    Make better decisions
    Stop taking things personally
    Stop feeling angry, guilty, regretful, and resentful.
    Find freedom from your old stories
    Create new, healthier patterns in your relationships

      What you'll learn in this episode:


    How to get out of emotional childhood and take responsibility for the way you feel
    How emotional adulthood can be one of the most powerful skills you can learn
    Powerful questions to ask yourself to learn to manage your emotions

    Mentioned in the show: 


    Ditch the Drama Coaching - Free Consultation
    Mama Drama Boundaries Guide: https://www.rachelkhudson.com/Mama-Drama-Boundaries-Guide

    When you make the commitment to managing your emotional life, there's nothing you can't create for yourself.  

    I'd love to connect with you more Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Coaching with Rachel

    • 23 min

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