Being a human is not for the faint of heart. It’s dense of beautiful and joy-filled and scary and all the things. Each of us hold every single possibility for the human experience within ourselves. It’s unrealistic to think that we should be happy all the time. Where’s the growth in that? Where’s the stretching of our character? Fire, heat, drought, – they have a way of returning you to the purity of what is important and what really matters.
Dr. Ezzie Spencer is the creator of the re.love method, which helps women to overcome unconscious blocks that hold them back from receiving the love they desire. Dr. Ezzie’s approach is a fusion of transformational coaching, feminine embodiment processes and applied positive psychology, which facilitates deep and lasting change in her clients’ lives through building unshakeable self-worth.
Whitney Crouch is an Integrative Dietitian with a whole body, functional approach to nutrition and lifestyle. Her own journey with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is what inspired her to specialize in thyroid health and to support other women struggling with thyroid issues.
After being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s in 2010 and a lifetime of trying to find what works for her, Alex Rae came to the realization that being well in all aspects is SO much harder than it needs to be.
Chrissy Papetti, M.S., is no stranger to the world of mind-body transformation both through personal experience and professional expertise.
Dr. W. Keith Campbell is on the podcast today to chat The New Science of Narcissism. And who better to chat on this subject than the man who started this international conversation in the first place? He literally wrote the book(s) on this fascinating disorder years ago and created the world wide interest we see today regarding narcissism. It’s such a giant cultural topic that even Taylor Swift herself writes about it in her song “I Did Something Bad.”