In this episode Lauren Casper and I talk about miscarriage, foster care, their adoption process with their two children from Ethiopia, how she once built walls around her heart but found herself surrendering to give herself the freedom to feel what she needed to feel. We talk about her son Mareto and his diagnosis with autism and how that led to her awesome book, "It's Okay About It: Lessons from a Five Year Old About Living Life Wide Open".
Chrissy is a wife, mother, marriage & family therapist, photographer, blogger and Instagram-er. Her feed is always so real and down to earth but also super gorgeous. In this episode talk about woking from home, being on a united front during the times of colic, community over competition, the movie Bad Moms, and scary moment when her child went missing that onset her anxiety.
I loved having Anna on the podcast and I wished it had been under better circumstances. But I felt like her story, although such a tragedy, could be a light in the dark for those who have lost a child and are dealing with grief.
2 out of 1000 Women are silently suffering from a medical condition called Vaginismus. In this episode, Marni Scott, is super open and shares her personal journey and victory over vaginismus with the help of the Women's Therapy Centerin New York. But I hope that with this episode we can bring more awareness to this condition that many women don't realize they have or are silently suffering from because they don't know anyone else experiencing it or feel embarrassed about it.