Friend Family

Friend Family

In our small Studio City living room, we have two Thanksgiving tables set up. It is crowded. It is fun. It is loud. You have to suck in your stomach to squeeze around a corner to get to the kitchen for more sweet potatoes. And it is full of …

I have a friend…

I have a friend…

I have a friend… … who gives me gardenias as a surprise … who makes me laugh till I cry … who always reaches for the check first … who calls me because she knows I have a doctor appointment … who I tell everything to because she never judges … who doesn’t gossip … who...
Podcast Episode 36: Kathy Giusti

Podcast Episode 36: Kathy Giusti

Author of Fatal to Fearless: 12 Steps to Beating Cancer in a Broken Medical System, Kathy Giusti is a two-time cancer survivor, business leader, and healthcare disrupter. Named as one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People and Fortune Magazine’s World’s 50 Greatest Leaders, Giusti is recognized as a pioneer in precision medicine.

Podcast Episode 35: Machiel Klerk

Podcast Episode 35: Machiel Klerk

Author of DREAM GUIDANCE, Machiel Klerk is a licensed mental health therapist with a specialty in working with dreams. He is the founder of the non-profit organization the Jung Society of Utah, which has hosted more than 75 events to more than 20,000 guests, and the online educational organization the Jung Platform.

Podcast Episode 34: Hadley Vlahos

Podcast Episode 34: Hadley Vlahos

Hospice nurse and TikTok star Hadley Vlahos shares moving stories, life lessons and wisdom from her patients in THE IN BETWEEN. This heart-warming memoir is about how end-of-life care can teach us just as much about how to live as it does about how we die.

Podcast Episode 33: Emily Grodin and Valerie Gilpeer

Podcast Episode 33: Emily Grodin and Valerie Gilpeer

I Have Been Buried Under Years Of Dust… is remarkable memoir by a mother and her autistic daughter who’d long been unable to communicate—until a miraculous breakthrough revealed a young woman with a rich and creative interior life, a poet, who’d been trapped inside for more than two decades. We are fortunate to speak with authors – Emily Grodin and her mother, Valerie Gilpeer.

Podcast Episode 32: Stephanie Banks

Podcast Episode 32: Stephanie Banks

Stephanie Banks is a highly sought-after intuitive channel, mentor and guide who helps people connect on the soul level. She channels from the perspective of any soul currently on the planet, souls on the other side, purely non-physical beings such as spirit guides, as well as trees, animals, and Gaia.

Podcast Episode 31: Shari Alyse

Podcast Episode 31: Shari Alyse

Known as America’s Joy Magnet, Shari Alyse is a TV host, dynamic media personality, 2x TEDx speaker, and bestselling author of Love Yourself Happy: A Journey Back to You – who is on a mission to spread joy! With over two decades of experience in the entertainment and wellness industries, Shari is a leading voice in the personal growth and self-love space.

Podcast Episode 30: David Rosmarin

Podcast Episode 30: David Rosmarin

David H. Rosmarin PhD is an associate professor at Harvard Medical School, a program director at McLean Hospital, and founder of Center for Anxiety, which services over 1,000 patients/year in multiple states. His most recent book is Thriving with Anxiety: 9 Tools to Make Your Anxiety Work for You.

Podcast Episode 29: Dr. Norman Rosenthal

Podcast Episode 29: Dr. Norman Rosenthal

In his landmark new book, Defeating SAD, Rosenthal, who first described Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and is the foremost authority on the subject, offers an up-to-date guide to overcoming the miseries and that millions experience with the changing seasons. In his lively style, Rosenthal offers advice on how to identify, treat and overcome both winter and summer varieties of seasonal affective disorder, as well as the less severe yet bothersome winter blues.

Podcast Episode 28: Brad Aronson

Podcast Episode 28: Brad Aronson

Brad Aronson is a husband, dad, teacher and all around great human. He is the author of the national bestseller – HumanKind: Changing the World One Small Act a Time, “which is full of true stories about how one small deed can make a world of difference.”
“Outside of family, Brad loves teaching entrepreneurship in Camden, N.J. He believes in hands-on learning, so everyone in his class starts their own business, which has led to many adventures in entrepreneurship. Brad also loves volunteering on the nonprofit boards of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Hopeworks.”

Podcast Episode 27: David Hoffmeister

Podcast Episode 27: David Hoffmeister

David Hoffmeister has touched the lives of thousands with his consistently peaceful state of mind, radiant joy, and dedication to Truth. He is a modern-day mystic and non-dual teacher who has been invited to 44 countries and 49 states to share the message of Love, Oneness, and Freedom. His journey involved the study of many pathways culminating in a deeply committed practical application of A Course in Miracles. David’s life is a living demonstration of the Awakened mind. This is an invitation to join him.

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