Today we are joined by Dr. Chantel Prat, a cognitive neuroscientist and author of The Neuroscience of You. During our interview we discussed the science behind the all-too-common experience of knowing what to do but struggling to do it and why sleep and stress heavily impact your ability to follow through on your commitments. In this episode you’ll learn how to work WITH your brain instead of fighting against it!
We’re back with another guest this week, therapist Maggie Nick. Maggie specializes in what she calls “the mother wound” which is an internalized set of core beliefs about who we are, our worth, and our value
Meet Emily, a relationship coach, podcaster, and divorced mom of three with a heart of gold. After feeling powerless to food and emotional eating most of her life, Emily decided it was time to ditch the fad diets and join Balance365. In today’s podcast episode, she shares how she’s lost 40lbs by learning to slow down and get to the root of her nutritional patterns.
When it comes to fat loss, there are many reasons women find themselves stuck. Fear of failure, overwhelmed by information, and self-sabotage are just a few.
All of these issues can be solved with the ONE THING we’re talking about in our podcast today. Join us for this simple, short episode to find out exactly what it is and if it’s the missing piece to your own fat loss puzzle.
Your partner has a profound impact on your behavior change journey, whether you’re dating, married, cohabiting, or living apart. We understand you want to be seen, heard, and supported. Unfortunately, body and weight shame, as well as repeated failed attempts to make change, can create challenges when it comes to communicating your needs to your partner.
You want weight loss, fast. And we’re not here today to criticize that. No one truly desires slow results, we get it. So let’s instead talk about the trade-offs of fast weight loss, and how to mitigate the associated risks.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Vienna Pharaon joins us today on the podcast to celebrate the release of her new book, The Origins of You. We discuss how our family of origin shapes who we are, five wounds people may struggle with, and discuss body image and appearance-related shame.
Happy Wednesday! We’re back today with a great question from a member in the Balance365 community. She asks, “How do you actually love, or at least accept where you’re at, while trying to improve?”
We hear this from so many of our new Balance365 members. That’s why, in this short but powerful episode, we’re going to get to the heart of the issue of why you lack follow through. This episode has the power to shift everything you know about one of the most important relationships you will ever have: the one you have with yourself. Don’t miss it!
Following the theme from last week’s beginner mindset episode, we’re sharing five beginner mistakes today! We often see our new Balance365 members making these mistakes, but you may find yourself making these mistakes with whatever journey or process you’re working on. Honestly, mistakes are all just part of the process. By sharing these common mistakes with you, we hope you will be able to…
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Sound advice, presented in an easy to understand, approachable way. As a woman, mom, wife, daughter, friend, and Registered Dietitian - I recommend this podcast to everyone including my clients. I'm a huge fan of Balance365. Keep it up ladies! Your friend, @dietitianchels :)
Since listening to this podcast (and being part of the Facebook group(s) of B365), my whole outlook on myself, my body, my wellness, my worth has changed for the better. I thank these ladies for showing me another way to be in this world. I no longer obsess over my weight or food. I very much look forward to each podcast released!
My Morning Coffee Date
Especially in 2020, having a little positivity is so important. Every time I listen to this podcast, not only do I have a smile on my face, I discover something about myself. And I consider myself to have a whole hell of a lot of self-awareness to begin with! It's almost cliche to say this now but it truly feels like you're having coffee with girlfriends.