Episode 1 of S.O.S. focuses on New Year's Resolutions and takes an in-depth look at the pressure they induce and the peace of self-acceptance.
Episode 2 of S.O.S. focuses on Valentine's Day, looking specifically, at the components of healthy relationships vs. the hype around romance.
Episode 3 of S.O.S., focuses on "spiritual bypassing," or what we call, "Fakin' the 'Enlightenment' Funk." Don't deny your pain and your process because you want to believe that you're too evolved to feel pain... or because you want others to believe that you're beyond this! You have the right to your experience! Give yourself permission to feel the pain and work through the process. You'll be all the better for it. Tune in... We'll show you how!
Episode 4 of S.O.S. focuses on stress awareness. April is National Stress Awareness Month & your girls, Dr.D & Tia Robinson are back at it again with your favorite podcast S.O.S. (Sisters Overcoming Stress). What is stress is & how do we combat it? Tune in!
Episode 5 of S.O.S. focuses on Nutrition. One in three adults are overweight or obese. In communities of color, it’s more like one in two. We need to be well-informed consumers of what we are putting in our bodies! Let’s start having the conversation…
Are you investing your energy into people and things that restore & revitalize you... or are you at an energy deficit? Let's talk about energetic overspending & misspending and how to appropriately budget your energy!
This episode, we're chatting about caregiver burnout and the exhaustion we feel when we over-focus on others and ignore our own needs.
In this episode of S.O.S., we're talking about headline stress and how to minimize the anxiety we feel when we're plugged into the 24-hour news cycle.
In “A Burst of Light,” Lorde writes, “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” With September being self-care awareness month, we are wrapping the month up by talking about self-care... what it means and why it matters!
October 6-12 of 2019 was Mental Health Awareness Week. On our October episode of S.O.S., we're chatting it up about the prevalence of mental health conditions in our communities and how to get the support we need in everyday life.