Scarlett Lewis has lived through the unthinkable. Her strength and kindness is so incredibly moving as she speaks with jean & Alison about the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement.
Polyartist, Seth Moore, is truly storytelling through his Art. From his videos to his visual art, Seth deals with loneliness and connection. His work is so moving!
By popular demand, here’s more of Jean and Alison’s talk with the wonderful Nataly Kogan founder of the Happier Method.
Nataly Kogan is in the business of Happiness. Her Happier Method gives us straightforward ideas to inspire us to be happy too!
The Japanese Puffer Fish works tirelessly to create a beautiful piece of geometric art to attract a worthy mate… and what did you do on Valentine’s Day?
The Compassion Project motivates children to see “compassion” as an action word, teaches kindness & social emotional learning skills to elementary school children.
insidewink introduces their new health and wellness expert, Dove Rose. She’s written for us before and now we get to meet her up close!
Behind the scenes: Producer and actor Alexis Iacono on what it means to her to be working with special effects artist, Eddie Yang, and her contribution to this very special effort.
Actor and spiritual counselor, Kathleen Noone’s video reminds us to go for the high road and let go of some of the bad news!
Jean Trebek and Sherri D. Keller, LMFT discuss how to live a well lived life by practicing being present, aware and awake.
Do you know what it really means to be accepting? It doesn’t mean giving up. It doesn’t mean you have to like something. But it does mean …
Kathleen Noone, our wonderful friend and spiritual advisor, speaks with Jean Trebek about the misconception of the idea of surrender and the openess of an “allowing” heart.
Would you take $1 from a homeless person? Jean discusses the amazing generousity of the human spirit with Rev. Dr. Mark Vierra & Rev. Marc Laponce of North Hollywood Church of Religious Science.
While 20/20 focuses on Alex and Jean this Thursday January 2nd on ABC -Jean speaks about the interview.
Australian born, Miranda Macpherson talks with Jean about judgement, letting go and spirituality.
This time of year is always so busy. It’s great to have some easy recipes for those last minute parties and gatherings. Jean and Patti thought you’d enjoy this one.
“It’s like a rotten onion in a good stew.” Judith Caldwell, Ed.D talks about breaking the self-destructive habit of negative judgement to live a happier life.
How it is possible that our wonderful writers are even better when you meet them? This week we chat with Julia Rael!