Can I just tell you how eye-opening my conversation with this week’s guest, Avery Neal, was? Avery Neal is the author of, If He’s So Great, Why Do I Feel So Bad?: Recognizing and Overcoming Subtle Abuse. She is also a practicing psychotherapist, author, speaker and consultant. She is passionate about empowering women to discover their own inner strength, leading to higher self-esteem, confidence and overall life satisfaction. During our conversation, we jammed on all the signs of an abusive relationship. And, let me tell you, several you may have never known, at least I know I didn't. I hope this episode empowers you, if you are in an abusive situation currently. To be clear, being in an abusive relationship does not always mean physical abuse, it can be emotional or even mental abuse. The signs we talk about can crop up while newly dating and exist well into marriage. Be aware, if not for you, for a friend or family member. About Avery Neal Avery Neal, MA, LPC is a practicing psychotherapist, author, speaker and consultant. In 2012 she opened Women’s Therapy Clinic, which offers psychiatric and counseling services to women. Avery is passionate about empowering women discover their own inner strength, leading to higher self-esteem, confidence and overall life satisfaction. Avery is the author of If He’s So Great, Why Do I Feel So Bad?: Recognizing and Overcoming Subtle Abuse. Her articles and interviews have been published by Oprah.com, Best Self Magazine, Hitched Magazine, Bustle, POPSUGAR and PKWY Magazine. In 2017, the International Association of HealthCare Professionals nominated her as one of the top psychologists in Houston. You can find Avery here: AveryNeal.com Women Therapy Clinic Avery’s book: If He's So Great, Why Do I Feel So Bad?: Recognizing and Overcoming Subtle Abuse
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So here we are, the 100th episode and I can literally tear up with the love for my listeners. It's been an amazing experience and I'm grateful from the bottom of my heart. I've adored all of my guests and I am in awe of their wisdom. Today, I'm chatting about upcoming news, astrologically speaking, and how it's a great time to commit to your dreams!
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I recently was lucky enough to spend a weekend in Puerto Rico to offer up some medical services following Hurricane Maria, which affected the island last year. The people of Puerto Rico are still suffering in many ways. In this episode, I talk about my experience and the one thing I do to express the gratitude in my life.
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There are lots of planetary changes this fall and you don't want to miss them! Jennifer Angel, resident astrologer of Star! magazine and metaphysical writer for the New York Daily News, is back on the podcast! Jennifer gives us the lowdown on planetary updates and also takes us through each of the astrological signs and what’s to come for each one, this Fall. About Jennifer Angel: Jennifer Angel is a resident astrologer to one of America’s most successful celebrity and entertainment magazines – Star! For the past ten years, Jennifer was the astrologer and metaphysical writer for New York Daily News with 2.3 million readers every day and NYDailyNews.com with nearly 18 million unique users p/month. Her work can be seen on HarpersBAZAAR.com, Today.com, HuffingtonPost.com, and several other electronic publications. Jennifer has appeared on TV segments for New York’s Pix 11 Morning News, The Burt Newton Morning Show, ABC’s Current Affair, Tasmania Morning Show and more. She is the author of two books, has had her own stage show and radio talkback show in Sydney, Australia. Angel is dedicated to all aspects of metaphysics, personal interaction and relationships. She has spent the past 30 years studying under renowned international teachers of philosophy. The website www.JenniferAngel.com contains additional information. You can find Jennifer Angel here: JenniferAngel.com Jennifer Angel: Love Ties
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Do you suffer from recurrent and annoying yeast infections? Well, then this is the episode for you. It goes beyond Diflucan or Monistat and even most likely more than wjhat your GYN has ever told you about! Download The Treating Vaginal Yeast Infections Information Sheet:

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How many times have you had ideas of things you wanted to create; maybe a book, a workshop, or even a business? But, you shit on it. We do this all the time. It's time to stop and finally do the thing, whatever that thing is for you. Write the book. Create that workshop. Do it. Stop shitting on your own brilliance. That's the topic of this week's Wisdom for the Weekend. Plus, I call myself out in this episode.
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Dr. Esposito, naturopathic physician, acupuncturist and functional medicine practitioner specializing in integrative urology, men’s health and hormonal health, returns to the Sacred Medicine podcast this week. You may remember him from a previous episode where we talked all about enhancing male fertility and libido. This week he joins me to share the latest information in men's health. Ladies, you will want to listen in! We jammed on:
  • Why there is a rise in sexual dysfunction in men
  • Why pornography may be desensitizing men
  • Learn of the benefits of testosterone hormone replacement
  • Important lab work for men
  • Intermittent fasting, the benefits and downsides for men
About Dr. Ralph Esposito: Dr. Esposito is a naturopathic physician, acupuncturist and functional medicine practitioner specializing in integrative urology, men’s health and hormonal health. His precise and personalized style utilizes a systems biology and precision medicine approach to medicine. In addition to being a peer reviewer for medical journals, he has authored several medical textbook chapters and has designed education modules for health professionals specifically on urological conditions, male and female hormone dysfunction, hypogonadism, exercise, men’s health and sexual dysfunction. Dr. Esposito has trained at NYU Integrative and Functional Urology Center and also holds a position as adjunct professor at New York University where he lectures on integrative medicine. Currently, Dr. Esposito serves as a medical consultant and research analyst. You can find Dr. Esposito here: On the web On Instagram
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This week on the podcast I am talking all about your libido! This is my favorite topic. Listen in to find out the most common reasons for low to zero libido and what to do about it. And, find out why I love self-pleasuring and why I think it's so important!
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I have an amazing interview today with Dr. Kayte Susse. She has had a remarkable journey since having breast implants. In this episode she shares her story of how how breast implants wreaked havoc on her body and shares what she knows about breast implant illness education and recovery. We jammed on:
  • Kayte’s symptoms and health journey since the implants
  • What happens to the implants that create havoc
  • Silicone vs Saline implants
  • Are saline implants any safer?
  • How to recover using vitamins and more
  • Comparing different types of implants
About Dr. Kayte Susse: Dr. Kayte Susse became interested in studying medicine while suffering from mysterious health symptoms only 9 months after getting silicone breast implants. At the age of 27 she led a very active lifestyle after just retiring from 9 years as a high school and collegiate all-american wrestler. A sudden onset of systemic health issues which seemed to appear overnight perplexed both the allopathic medical community and several alternative medicine doctors she encountered which lead her on a journey of health and self exploration. Today she is a strong advocate of breast implant illness education and recovery. Her expertise lies in rehabilitation of the mitochondria through detox, epigenetic support and regenerative medicine techniques. She believes there are over 2 dozen different ways implants can make someone sick, and the key to healing is proper removal followed by bio-individual analysis and support. The best part of implant recovery and detox is the anti-aging benefits of regenerative therapies in the hopes of reversing much of the vitality stolen by toxic implants. You can find Dr. Susse here: On the web On Instagram
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This week's Women's Wednesday is devoted to breast health. In this episode I offer a few simple self care techniques for your breasts. I talk about tender breasts, underwire bras and breast massages. I also encourage monthly self breast exams and discuss thermography versus mammograms. Love up your girls! Resources from this episode: Earth Tonics Skincare - Healthy Breast Tonic
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