WBL Podcast: No More #MomGoals

In today’s podcast episode, our very own host shares why she takes issue with the term ‘Mom Goals’! 

Podcast Takeaways:

  • Live Well Tip of the Week: Comparison is the enemy of alignment. You can not be fully present with your own life & experiences, if you’re always comparing your life to someone else’s. 
  • Social media hashtags such as #Mom Goals, can cause unnecessary pressure, emotional pain, and mental health issues for some mothers. The term ‘Mom goals’, can cause us to strive for unrealistic goals. 
  • Someone else’s mothering journey doesn’t have to be your journey. 
  •  We don’t know the truth behind closed doors or the reality of someone’s life behind a social media post. Social media only focuses on what can be seen publicly. 
  • Understand the difference between inspiration and comparison. 
  • Comparison interferes with our own intuition. It can cause you to question yourself and your own ability with raising your kids. 
  • Avoid comparison. Try to stay on the side of inspiration. Be realistic with what works for your family and your personal parenting needs. 
  • Remain in a place of humility even when receiving compliments on your parenting, so that you do not feel the need to keep up with a certain appearance of perfection. Afterall, parenting is not about meeting other people’s expectations!
  • Is there a particular hashtag that you see on social media that really gets under your skin? If so let us know! We may even use it as a topic for an upcoming episode! 

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WBL Podcast: Brea Johnson

In today’s episode, we discuss why we tend to people please and how to work past it, with guest Brea Johnson. 

About Brea

Brea is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 5 years of experience working in the field. She has experience serving a variety of communities. She’s worked with the LGBTQIA community, children, young adults, couples, the geriatric population, and those with disabilities. Brea has specific experience working with depression, anxiety, relationship conflict, mood disorders, grief, transitions in life, career development, ADHD, self-esteem, anger management, gender identity, traumatic brain injury, sexual abuse, domestic abuse and any form of trauma. As a therapist, she strives to provide her clients with the tools to navigate life as well as process any transition that they may experience. Her approach is eclectic. She uses a Person-Centered approach, as well as a Holistic approach. By doing so, Brea aims to meet her clients where they are in order to see them as the expert of their lives. 


Key Takeaways:

  • Live Well Tip of the Week: You were not made to make other people happy! Yes, we should spread joy and love to everyone around us, but happiness looks different for each person and that is not our responsibility. We can be considerate of others, but we weren’t put here to make sure that other people are happy. 
  • People pleasing develops in childhood. 
  • Begin to break out of people pleasing through awareness. Find out why you are a people pleaser? Although this may be tough, it will take internal reflection. 
  • Brea discussed the difference between little trauma and big trauma in childhood. 
  • Reflect upon what you may have wanted from your childhood that you didn’t receive, so that you can make the changes for your own kids. 
  • What does cultivation of self esteem look like for you and your children?
  • Avoid being overly considerate. Speak on what works for you and what doesn’t. Avoid being overly apologetic.  
  • No means no!
  • Accept when it may be time to seek professional assistance. Maintenance therapy/ a regular check in with a professional can sometimes be very helpful. 
  • Take baby steps with your healing. Continue to move forward. 
  • Find a therapist who works well with your personality. It’s not a one size fits all.
  • Guest Contact Info: Instagram: @therapywith_brreeaa 

The key to achieving all your wellness goals is discipline. Get started today!

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The key to achieving all your wellness goals is discipline. Get started today!

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WBL Podcast: Chebria Bryant

In today’s episode, we discuss what it means to be an unapologetic woman with our guest Chebria Bryant!

About Chebria

Chebria Bryant is the owner of The Unapologetic Woman brand. She is also an encourager, an overcomer, a motivator, and mother to a beautiful baby girl. She empowers women to embody everything they are, and prioritize themselves unapologetically before their daily roles through sisterhood, experiences, evolution and self-care.

Key Takeaways:

  • Well Beauty Tip of the Week: Stop asking for permission! We don’t have to ask for permission to be our best selves. No one else needs to be ‘in’ on our personal plans. You don’t need someone else’s approval in order to do what God is calling you to do. 
  • The unapologetic woman is the woman who doesn’t apologize for choosing what works best for her. She prioritizes herself!
  • Become intentional about the time that you spend by yourself. 
  • Recognize when you need to get back to your true self.
  • Discussed how not to pour from an empty cup, but to instead pour from the overflow.
  • Discussed the value of shared experiences and supporting other women.
  • Guest Contact Info: www.chebriab.com  
  • Instagram: @chebria.b   
  •  Facebook Group: The Unapologetic Woman

The key to achieving all your wellness goals is discipline. Get started today!

Ready To Achive Your Wellness Goals This Year?

The key to achieving all your wellness goals is discipline. Get started today!

Start Your Goal Setting

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