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The "All Things Life" Podcast is about just that- everything that has the power to impact who we are and how we do relationships. Niro Feliciano, cognitive psychotherapist, offers practical strategies she has developed over the last 15 years in private practice and invites you into conversations with authors, speakers, mental health and wellness specialists and other experts to help you live your fullest life. Niro talks openly and honestly about relationships, marriage, parenting, friendshi ...
 
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Rest, self-care and sleep- so important but most of us are lacking in each of these areas. We were not created to go, go, go 24/7 but the culture we live in doesn’t accept much less. In this episode, I talk about how we can slow down and exactly what we will experience when we do.
 
Having faith is a journey that ebbs and flows. Even after years of knowing God, sometimes I have great faith and sometimes not so much. Yet when we are paying attention and listening God will speak in unique and incredible ways to remind us that He is closer than we realize. Today I share a story of how God made that very clear to me.…
 
Vaccinating our kids was a big decision for our family and I talked with many specialists who helped me make an informed decision. Today my sister, pediatrician Dr. Krissy Satchi, joins me to answer many of the questions that you might be asking. Some of the studies that we speak of are linked below: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapediatrics/…
 
We have heard that we can do hard things. So where do we begin? Today I am sharing practices that I have been using both for myself and my clients when we are faced with overwhelm, frustration, confusion or just looking for direction. Talking about the practices we know from the research that will help as well as spiritually what God has to say abo…
 
I couldn't think of a better person to have on the podcast this Mother's Day than my mama. Dr. Raji Satchi is a pediatrician who has been caring for her patients for the last 45 years. She is a mother to three adult daughters and knows a lot about raising kids. Her faith is inspiring and I'm so grateful for what she is sharing with all of us today.…
 
Go Shorty! All Things Life is 1 Year Old! Today we look back on a year of conversations and stories from SoulFull Sundays. It's amazing what a year brings and how much you forget. I'm so grateful to all of you who continue to listen and support the podcast. Looking forward to sharing a look back on our wellness episodes next week.…
 
So none of us thought we’d be here one year later, but here we are. My dear friend Dr. Nikki Greene and I talk about what this year has brought to the table for many of us. Dr. Green is an assistant professor of Art History at Wellesley College and shares her journey over the last year which is nothing short of inspiring. Today we celebrate how far…
 
This is probably my most favorite talk that I have ever done from 2019. I was in a room full of over 200 women and there was an electrifying energy there. I talk about purpose because we struggle with this a lot, yet God is so willing to show us what this really means if we are willing to let go of our own ideas and embrace His. Hope it blesses you…
 
As we end February I wanted to invite a few beloved friends to talk about how to celebrate black history month in a way that honors Black people. They share what this month means to them as Black people, how we can talk to our kids about it and what we should continue to think about the other 11 months of the year so that our efforts this month tru…
 
This pandemic has been a difficult time to navigate relationships especially with older parents. Today I continue the conversation on caregiving and aging parents with Psychologist Dr. Kristen Abbott who shares her professional expertise and personal experience with us on the joys and challenges of the sandwich generation.…
 
Is it true that God really won't give you more than you can handle? Rebecca Gallagher shares her story about caring for her father who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. Whether you can relate to the situation of aging parents or not, she has a powerful message for anyone who is facing something they never asked for especially in this season.…
 
Inauguration Day seemed like the perfect day to talk about what happens when all of us come together regardless of beliefs for the greater good. Dr. Krissy Satchi and Carrie Amos, LCSW join me in this episode to talk about what they witnessed in Operation Christmas Miracle and the incredible power we wield together. Do we dare dream bigger together…
 
It's been a year. For many of you hope is hard to find right now and we all get that. Is 2021 really going to be that different? Pastor Brenda Thorn of Hillsong NY talks about where we can find hope no matter what happens in the next few months. This is a great episode to end this year offering perspective and truth to take us into the new year.…
 
Talking about what it means to make room this Christmas to experience the true blessings of the season in this final episode in our advent series. How do we make room for God and what do we need to let go of to walk by faith. My Bronx-turned-Texan friend Sonia Thomas joins me once again to close out this holiday series.…
 
You might not be frozen yet, but what a great reminder for 2020! Yes, stress has not been canceled in 2020, but there are things you can do about it. Join my colleague Dr. Lisa Fraidin and I as we talk about how stress looks a little different this holiday and what you can do to still have a happy one.…
 
How do you do the thing God has called you to do when it means great risk, potential loss and even stigma? What if it’s not even natural and out of your comfort zone? We can learn a lot about what it takes from Joseph the chosen father of Jesus. Check out Part 1 Something About Mary if you missed it, too!…
 
This is the first episode of a 4 week Advent series. The Christmas Story was not exactly what we think of it now- calm, serene and full of light. In fact uncertainty, unmet expectations and fear were central to this epic tale of the birth of our Savior. I can't imagine a more relevant story for 2020. These characters could not be more meaningful to…
 
Gratitude may be a little harder this Thanksgiving, but it IS still possible. I’m talking about how this simple practice has incredible power to change your life physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. In this episode you will learn why it’s important not only for you but for your entire family and how to practice it in simple and effect…
 
Often we find ourselves in a season of waiting, but it's good to remember that God has the ability to do anything in a moment. In this episode, I share some exciting news and a moment where I have witnessed this happen. If you are looking for hope right now this is the episode for you.
 
Are you spiritual or religious and what is the difference really? Today journalist and host of the show We Gotta Talk Sonni Abatta joins me to share her journey with exploring her spirituality looking for answers to questions many of us are having these days. We talk about the bible, church, mediums and astrology and what it all really means in lig…
 
So we have a president and now where do we go from here? Our nation and especially our churches have experienced incredible division and things we can’t unsee. Today my good friend Amy Julia Becker joins me to talk about why this election was especially divisive and how we can take steps to heal.Amy Julia Becker による
 
Covid is in our schools now and you might be asking the same questions I am these days. Author of Parenting in a Pandemic- How to Help Your Family Through Covid-19 Dr. Kelly Fradin joins me to answer all of your tough questions- should my kids play winter sports, how do I get my teen to social distance and much more! Learn more and buy Dr. Fradin’s…
 
Not talking about weight loss or intermittent fasting—this is fasting for a spiritual breakthrough. Especially when I am not drinking in the midst of a pandemic, I get questions (and crazy looks) on what in the world is going on!! On this episode, my dear friend Sonia Thomas breaks down why we should fast and the amazing things that can happen in o…
 
Once again my friend and colleague therapist Carrie Amos joins me to talk about friendships in this season of division. Whether its politics or pandemic we have all seen different sides of people leaving us with the question "Can we still be friends?" Two therapists are sometimes better than one and we discuss all of this today. This audio is taken…
 
Been getting so many questions lately that I wanted to answer some of them on this podcast. Loved hearing from you and talking through these issues. Today I talk about what to do about holidays during COVID, Ideas to stay off your phone and use your time in a meaningful way, friendships across political views, and parents that are emotionally unava…
 
You may be feeling peace is hard to find these days. My friend Becca Mowery shares how she has found peace during these tumultuous times. I have always admired Becca's faith and relationship with God and in this episode she offers practical and insightful ways we can find peace even during these divided times.…
 
We often come to a point in life where we ask the question “Is there more for me?” The life you want starts with a choice and my guest vascular surgeon Dr. Brittny Howell has made several big ones recently. She shares her wisdom on how to trust yourself and what you know to create a life you love. Learn more about Dr. Brittny: https://www.doctorbri…
 
Hard to envision what comes next sometimes.. Anna Llanos is the owner and creator of The Mothership Bakery. She is also a cancer survivor 10 years out and thriving. Today on the podcast she shares her story and spiritual journey that I know will encourage and inspire anyone going through anything right now! Please include this link: https://www.mot…
 
October is breast cancer awareness month and my dear friend, wife, mom of 3 and cancer survivor Denise Schimenti joins me to tell her story. Denise's perspective, resilience and wisdom have inspired me throughout her journey and she has much to share that we all need to hear right now.Denise Schimenti による
 
What does it mean to say "Yes" to God and what can we expect when we do? My friend and pastor Brian Mowrey joins me to talk about his new book that will break this all down for us. He also shares some powerful stories that left me literally speechless- and that's hard to do these days! Learn more about Brian and "On the Other Side of Yes" at brianm…
 
Whether your child is virtual, hybrid or in person, there will be challenges. Child and adolescent specialist Jackie Crnic, LCSW joins me to talk about how best to support your kids through this transitional learning year while preserving your mental health and theirs! Resources: www.additudemag.com https://childmind.org…
 
It's a big one and creating more conflict and division than any other that I can recall in my lifetime and for many it's getting personal. I've often been asked how do we handle our relationships that are changing and even ending because of our political perspectives? Tune in as I talk about a couple things to keep in mind to navigate these next fe…
 
From the beginning, I've been saying to limit your media intake for your mental health. But what if that isn't an option? My friend and news anchor Vanessa Freeman joins me to talk about her experiences reporting during this challenging time, her perspective as an African American woman, and what she does to stay well amidst so much news!!…
 
Life is messy. If there is anything that we are sure of in 2020, it is this. Things don’t go as planned, heck we can’t even plan. But what if getting messy, getting dirty are the beginnings of something bigger? Something greater, even if we can’t see it. Perhaps all we need is a little perspective shift...…
 
Talking with my dear friend and author Amy Julia Becker on affluence and anxiety as well as other types of privilege. This is an episode from Amy Julia's podcast Love is Stronger Than Fear where we talk about the complexities of privilege, race and identity and the achievement oriented culture of affluence that impacts our culture today.…
 
If your week was anything like mine- working, homeschooling, and managing the everyday challenges of life, you realized how much grace we are going to need in this season. Today I talk about what it means to not walk this path alone, but how to live a life connected and intertwined with God.
 
...but really need to. My dear friend and hospice nurse Lauren Messina joins me to talk about the conversations we should be having with our partners and older parents during this season of COVID. Lauren also shares the challenges of being a working mom in this season and what we can do to keep going.…
 
Sisterhood. We are part of a huge, collective sisterhood of shared experiences both in joy and struggle and my next guest knows this well. OBGYN Dr. Shieva Ghofrany has devoted her life to both encouraging, supporting and healing women. Today she shares her incredible story, her journey to losing the fear and how she became known as "big love fierc…
 
Mom of 3 and successful photographer Rachel Henderson talks about how to hold onto faith during trying times. Living with a chronic illness that has been debilitating at times, Rachel has a beautiful story of hope and God’s faithfulness even when the healing hasn’t happened… yet.Rachel Henderson による
 
My childhood friend Dr. Mirna shares her story on working in a Manhattan ICU during the height of the pandemic. Such an important episode to understand the impact COVID has had on healthcare workers and what we can do now to prevent getting to this point again.Dr. Mirna による
 
Does God still do miracles today? You Bet! My friend and Family Pastor Craig Horne talks about a few of the many miracles he's seen in his life and what's actually the most important thing to remember when we need one. A powerful episode and his accent is pretty awesome, too! You can find his book, The White Afrikan: That Became An African-American…
 
For parents this issue is front and center both on our minds and on our hearts. Pediatrician and mom of 3, Dr. Meredith Renda offers us sound advice on what we need to consider when making the decisions that are right for our families.Dr. Meredith Renda による
 
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