Episode 107- How can we best support our partners in being their best selves? If we fully nurture the deepest desires of our other-halves, how will that affect the nature of our relationships? Often relationships can be full of drama, repeating the traumas that have imprinted on our psychology from the past, but these negative patterns prevent either partner from being the best version of themselves. Is the "best partner" one that feels truly fulfilled? In this episode, Amber and Jenna discuss their personal experiences with moving past old patterns in order to nourish their partner's flourishing, in hopes to be nourished in return.
Episode 106-Is making art inherently therapeutic? How can we look at our creative output as secret code for our unconscious emotions? How can we use the creation of art to help us release our unprocessed energies? We get down to all this and more in this episode with art therapist and ceramicist, Kate Rosenberg. Hear some good stories about specific cases, along with Kate, Jenna and Amber's personal experiences, as well as some discussions plunging to the heart of the question of art and everything that it can bring us as human beings.
Episode 105- How can we better nourish the most undernourished among us...that's right, the mothers! Mothers are constantly fulfilling the needs of others, but often go with their own needs unmet. One of the most fundamental needs a mama has is to be well fed. We explore all this and more on this episode featuring Erica Mock, founder of the DELICIOUS meal delivery service, Twenty-Five Eight, formulated specifically to nourish mamas. Hear all about Erica's own journey and how it ultimately led to her starting a company that could fill a gap in her life. This is a yummy episode all about how best to fill the mothers in our lives with nothing less than the best food medicine.
Episode 104- How do the expectations of our parents shape our experience of reality? Often times, family pressures can cause us to edit our own private hopes and secret dreams, which can even go so far as to cause us to live as a split version of ourselves in the world to please others. In this episode, Jenna and Amber hash it out from different sides of the coin with their own personal stories hoping to explore how much we are unconsciously affected by the well-meaning pressure exerted by the ones who love us most.