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What’s the Scariest Part of Chanukah? (2023)

December 11, 2023

What’s the Scariest Part of Chanukah? (2023)   As Chanukah is about to settle in here, I found my mind swirling with ideas.    First thing that comes to mind- Fear.   I think of fear because I know so many people have a huge fear around Chanukah – DONUTS, LATKES, FRIED OREOS, FRIED PICKLES.…

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OCD within Intuitive Eating

October 30, 2023

Written by my client: R.B. OCD within Intuitive Eating I could feel my brain.    The ridges, the indents, and the neurons through their pathways; like bad music, every thought felt like an obvious, random beat- a startling nuisance.   I could fully relate to how my nephew describes a bad day at school: “My…

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Loneliness and Longing

September 26, 2023

Loneliness and Longing   It has been 5 years since my mother died. It is my son’s 5th birthday. A Lot can change in 5 years – don’t be fooled by life’s seaming consistency and repetitiveness.  Yet- even though I had that major turning point and life change, you do eventually adjust to the new…

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An Expensive Dress and a Paradigm Shift

May 15, 2023

    An Expensive Dress and a Paradigm Shift    Sometimes, I find myself getting emotional during sessions with a client. I feel the tears swelling up in my eyes. I can feel embarrassed or maybe out of line, but I don’t. I know that part of the healing process (for many people), is allowing…

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Will Power and Intuitive Eating

December 28, 2022

Will Power and Intuitive Eating As I sit down to write, my mind is pulled in 100 directions.   Firstly, I have a client in 25 minutes, so I am constrained by time. For better or worse, I want to put my thoughts on this page in that amount of time.    Time constraints- that’s…

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Can We Earn Privilege?

November 28, 2022

Last night I had the absolute privilege.    Privilege.   What a funny word.   What a loaded word.   What a confusing concept.   More on that later.    I had the absolute PRIVILEGE of going out to dinner with my 3 sister in laws. My husband’s sister and 2 sisters- in-law.    I…

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The Hard Truth of Having a New Baby

August 30, 2022

Having a baby is hard.   It’s so wonderful. It’s so fulfilling. It’s so meaningful. But it is also REALLY, REALLY hard.   One of the reasons why dieting is so alluring, is because it very neatly fits into our human need for black and white. Good and bad. But, my friends, what I am…

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Tsippi Gross, business coach – learning how to challenge our limiting beliefs

April 26, 2022

Tsippi Gross is a life and business coach, serial entrepreneur, and podcast host. Tsippis’s specialty is helping people achieve their goals in a way that the ripple effect impacts long-lasting success in all other areas of their life as well. Growing up I always wanted to do something that’s helping people, but I didn’t know…

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Yaffi Lvova-Increasing positive nutrition in your home with your children and breaking nutrition myths!

April 26, 2022

Yaffi Lvova is a Registered Dietitian who specializes in perinatal and childhood nutrition. Yaffi uses the Intuitive Eating and division of responsibility approach with her clients. Intuitive Eating was not something that I pursued; I came across it when my friend was doing iron man- a crazy triathlon. It’s a marathon that includes running, swimming,…

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Rachel Goodman- another Intuitive Eating Registered Dietitian on a mission to heal your relationship with food.

April 26, 2022

Rachel Goodman is a Brooklyn-based Intuitive Eating Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and mom of three. Rachel understands the challenges of juggling life, work, and taking care of yourself and is passionate about helping women cultivate a healthy relationship with food and foster a positive body image through the lens of self-care and compassion so they can…

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Elisheva Gross OR Kellie Kravitz – A journey through life, Judaism, Intuitive Eating, and Loss

April 26, 2022

Elisheva Gross AKA Kelly Gross, originally from San Diego currently lives in West Hempstead with her husband and kids. She grew up going to public school, switched to an all-Jewish girls’ school when she was a senior, and made her way to being a balas teshuva and meeting me at the seminary Tomer Devora. We…

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Sarah Chana Radcliffe – how does food protect us?

April 26, 2022

Sarah Chana Radcliffe is a psychologist in private practice in Toronto Canada, counseling parents, couples, and individuals. She is also an author, writes a weekly column in the Mishpacha magazine, and gives webinars in conjunction with Jewish workshops. Growing up, I always wanted to be a writer, not a psychologist. Originally, I wanted to be…

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Nutrition in Transition with Chevy Glassberg – sister in law extraordinaire

April 26, 2022

Chevi Glassberg, sister-in-law extraordinaire is a mom, wife, homemaker, and registered nurse. She is iyh making Aliyah this summer with her husband and kids. This has been a dream of ours since we got married. Right when we got married it did not work out to go because my mother got sick and then life…

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Pre-Pesach Tips 2022

April 26, 2022

In this episode, I go solo and discuss tips and ideas around this busy season of the Pesach holiday. I had high hopes for this podcast putting it out right before Pesach, it’s Tuesday today and Pesach starts Friday night, so it’s very very close. I don’t know about you but in the months and…

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Pesach Self-Care Plan

April 26, 2022

In this episode, I go solo to provide some tips during this busy time of year. I want to talk about the upcoming holiday of Passover/Pesach. What’s going on for me and how I’m getting ready for it, physically and emotionally and I thought this would be something that’s helpful to share. I want you…

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