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#196: How to Let Go of Your Inner Perfectionist with Dr. Jane Tornatore

Everybody has beliefs about themselves and the world that simply just aren’t true. Our inner perfectionist is something that is hardwired into our brain, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make it work for us instead of against us. Dr. Jane Tornatore is a therapist, speaker, and author who has combined thousands of patient experiences and 15 years of practice into her new book, Everything Is Perfect, Just Not Me, and is here today to help you overcome your perfectionism.

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#194: Three Simple Ways to End Emotional Eating with Tricia Nelson

Have you been struggling to avoid eating the whole house during quarantine? This is a crazy time filled with lots of stress for so many of us, which can result in emotional eating. Tricia Nelson is my go-to expert when it comes to emotional and addictive eating, and is here today to help you recognize your food triggers so that you can create boundaries when it comes to being stuck at home with your refrigerator.

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#184: How to Hold the Vision for Your Life During Difficult Times with Jennifer Hudye

During this time of uncertainty, many of us are trying to figure out what the future has in store. Some of you may be hoping to create a vision for the first time, while others are trying to adjust our visions to our new reality. Either way, having a clear vision for the life you want is something that gives you hope and helps guide your decisions via the daily actions you take.

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#183: Tips to Instantly Circuit-Break Stress and Overwhelm with Dr. Heidi Hanna

Stress can be highly addictive, and it can take years, even decades to break free of your trauma loop and constant overwhelm. When I discovered that I was stuck in two major limiting beliefs that were keeping me in a state of chronic stress, my body forced me to give my stress response system a break. Today Dr. Heidi Hanna wants to help you gain control over your stress before you to reach your breaking point.

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