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Emotional Wellbeing for Families

Today we have two amazing guests joining us. Both of these women are passionate activist that have spent decades working to help us transform our lives by taking care of our first homes – our bodies and our planet. Dr Van Susteren is a general and forensic psychiatrist who treats psychological and emotional distress. As a thought leader, she also addresses issues related to trauma and emotional inflammation as they pertain to climate change. A leading activist she has been on the front line, sitting on global advisory boards and conducting over 200 presentations around the world, addressing our need for climate change, the impact it’s having on our lives and what we need to do to address it.

Stacey Colino is an award-winning writer, specialising in health and psychology. Author and co-author of a library of books (literally) including Disease-Proof the remarkable Truth about what makes us well, Strong is the new skinny: How to eat, live and move to maximise your power and Taking Back The Month: A personalised solution for managing PMS and enhancing your health. Together these incredible women have been featured across all media forms from CNN, NBC, Fox News, to Washington Post, Parents, Good Housekeeping and Huffington post.

For me Stacey’s passion to help us use our bodies so we can be our best selves in every area of our life and Lisa’s passion and drive to show us all how we are connected to the planet, demonstrating how its health directly impacts our health is the reason I needed to have this conversation. So help me to welcome the authors of the new book – Emotional Inflammation – Discover Your triggers and reclaim your equilibrium during anxious times, the amazing, Stacey Colino and Dr. Lisa Van Susteren.

In this interview we cover:

  1. What does it mean to have emotional inflammation?
  2. The impact of upsetting our body clocks
  3. The Impact of not obeying our bodies’ messages
  4. 4 Different ways we react and what they mean for our relationships
  5. How to find out what your triggers are
  6. Restore Plan – what it is, when should we use it.
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