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Season 3 Episode 1: Burn Your Guilt and Other Toxic Messages with NYT Bestselling Author Eve Rodsky

Welcome to Season 3!

I am so excited to be returning for another season of I’m Not Your Shrink! I want to start by saying THANK YOU! Thank you for joining me here and being part of this community!

I am so thrilled to launch this season with New York Time’s best-selling author, Eve Rodsky. We previously sat together to talk about her first book, Fair Play, on Season 2 Episode 19 and today we are talking all about the unicorn space and her new book.

When I polled my community, over 80% of people (mostly women!) say they feel burnt out and “crispy.”

Our collective experiences recently have been beyond challenging. The frequent suggestions of “go for a walk” are often not enough anymore.

Eve Rodsky, an expert in family mediation and organizational management, and author of New York Time’s bestselling book Fair Play and Finding Your Unicorn Space, and I talk about finding your creative space to ensure a life lived aligned with your values.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Why women are so burnt out
  • What is the Unicorn Space and why it’s so important
  • 3 permissions you need to give yourself (Hint: something you need to do with your guilt!)
  • Taking responsibility and choosing discomfort over comfort

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What’s Coming Next?

Did you know that 1 in 4 couples sleep in separate beds? Despite this common experience, many people continue to feel a lot of stigma about speaking out about their need for restful sleep. Join Renee Reina (from MomRoom) and I as we discuss sleeping in separate beds.

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