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  • It's Time to Pause

    Well, it’s been an amazing ride so far, but we’ll be taking a break from the show for a while. I’m so grateful for all the listeners and for the guests that have joined the show. They have made my life richer and better and for that I am thankful! I’m taking some time off to focus on my own life and apply some of the amazing advice I’ve learnt in these past years from the show.

  • Mothering and Daughtering with Sil and Eliza Reynolds

    In this episode, I am joined by Sil and Eliza Reynolds as we discuss the two sides of parenting - both mothering and ‘daughtering’. The mother and child relationship is so beautiful and so complicated and we have to be aware of the things we need to work on, to improve this relationship. Sil and Eliza are a mother-daughter coaching duo, authors and workshop facilitators. Together, they teach the Attachment Parenting method, alpha-parenting, connecting with your daughter and much more. Their goals is to help the mothering experience to be meaningful, creative, interesting and joyful. You can find Sil and Eliza at motheringanddaughtering.com, check out their course themotheringcourse.com and find Eliza’s course at badassgirls.me

  • Parenting Your Inner Child with Lavinia Brown

    We all know that trauma and difficulties that we face during childhood and teenage years can affect us throughout our life. The good news is that we have solutions for reconciliation and healing. In this episode, I am joined by Lavinia Brown, as we discuss Inner Child work as a tool to deal with past trauma and parent our inner child in a way that helps us move forward. Lavinia Brown is a Psychodynamic Coach for Mums and an Inner Child-Healing Expert. She supports mothers to understand how their past is affecting their present and to heal their unconscious, childhood wounds so that they no longer feel guilty, anxious or angry and can become the mamas, partners and women that they choose to be. You can find her at laviniabrown.com and on social media @laviniabrowncoaching Lavinia has been kind enough to offer a 10% discount off her 1 to 1 coaching program, if you are a listener of It’s Not a Crisis.

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  • A Podcast For Women | It's Not A Crisis

    WELCOME TO IT'S NOT A CRISIS Hosted by Doryn Wallach, It's Not A Crisis is a podcast for women in their late 30s & 40s who are navigating the joys and challenges of this crazy and infrequently discussed time of life and learning to make it positive! ​ New episodes available weekly. Aug 21 Mothering and Daughtering with Sil and Eliza Reynolds Aug 14 Parenting Your Inner Child with Lavinia Brown Aug 7 High Functioning Anxiety with Georgie Collinson Jul 31 Skin Care Psychology with Dr. Doris Day Jul 24 Childless and Fulfilled Life with Jody Day Jul 17 Childfree and Guilt-Free with Marcia Drut-Davis View All UP NEXT It's Time to pause Well, it’s been an amazing ride so far, but we’ll be taking a break from the show for a while. I’m so grateful for all the listeners and for the guests that have joined the show. They have made my life richer and better and for that I am thankful! I’m taking some time off to focus on my own life and apply some of the amazing advice I’ve learnt in these past years from the show. ​ This episode will be available on September 4, 2021 WEIGH IN SUGGEST A TOPIC Would you like to suggest a topic, or have a question featured on a future podcast? Leave a Message LATEST NEWS & PRESS 'It's Not a Crisis' ranked Fifth on Apple's Top Parenting Podcasts Read More AUDIENCE TESTIMONIALS Read what listeners and guests are saying about It's Not a Crisis Podcast. Read JOIN THE CONVERSATION FACEBOOK GROUP Share your experience with the It's Not A Crisis community on Facebook. Join BE SOCIAL FOLLOW DORYN

  • About the Podcast | It's Not A Crisis

    ABOUT THE SHOW Hosted by Doryn Wallach, It's Not A Crisis is a podcast for women in their late 30s and 40s who are navigating the joys and challenges of this crazy and infrequently discussed time of life and learning to make it positive! With each episode, Doryn invites a different expert to join her in offering their best advice. Topics will include positive thinking, hormone health, sexual health, growing with your partner, style, tweens/teen advice, small business advice, dating after divorce, finding yourself, beauty and much more! Listeners can expect empathy, sharp insights, and plenty of totally honest (maybe even embarrassing) revelations. “It’s easy to feel suddenly lost in this decade,” says Doryn. “We’re not young, but we’re definitely not old either. This is a podcast where we’ll figure it out together.” You can follow @itsnotacrisispodcast on both Instagram and Facebook for behind-the-scenes content, memes, and updates. ​ ​ LISTEN FACEBOOK GROUP Share your experiences with our community on Facebook. Join We are in our late 30s and 40s and there is no one listening. My hope is that I help you (and me) to understand how to navigate this time in our life so that we can live a happier second chapter with positivity and excitement! I hope that with past work/life experiences and being a woman in my early 40s, I can bring you something that is easy to listen to and most importantly informative in a fun and positive way! Please reach out via email or social media . I love hearing from you! ​ ABOUT DORYN Doryn is an award-winning fine jewelry designer and former interior designer, social worker, radio show host and lifestyle blogger. Feeling lost in her 40s, she started reaching out to her network of friends — including experts in beauty, health, parenting, fashion, business and more — to help find her path. Her podcast “It’s Not a Crisis” was born when Doryn realized that her search for answers could help other women navigate their journeys as well. Doryn holds an AA in interior design from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and a BA in human services, counseling and sociology from Simmons College. She also studied social work at at NYU. Doryn lives in New York with her husband, teenage daughter and tween-age son.

  • Testimonials | It's Not A Crisis

    TESTIMONIALS LISTENERS Loved this book by @adacalhoun and this episode. This book nails the genX, female, mid-life experience better than anything I have ever read! This episode was a great conversation about mid-life and the expectations genX women had placed on them at a young age. I love that you covered many perspectives, single, married, kids, no kids, financial, career, etc. — @pmackintheville ​ ​ This episode had me pausing a few times as these gifts of validation and revelations kept dropping and I had to let them process. Thank you, thank you, thank you Doryn and @adacalhoun for this awesome conversation. — @mzginags ​ ​ I just finished listening to your podcast with Amy and it was INCREDIBLE! I am so proud of you and the content was beyond helpful. Actually felt like a lifeline being dangled out there for me. You are truly an inspiration for women with your honesty, transparency and desire to help others. — Anonymous ​ ​ Thanks for sharing your wisdom, and for being 100% yourself! — TaraMoney ​ ​ Always look forward to a new show - it is informative and entertaining - have to keep my notepad close by since I’m writing the great info down — MollyMo1005 ​ ​ Finished the parenting one (so good!) I still have a little left of this, but I’m literally nodding along to everything you say and feel like you might have a window into my soul! Lol! — @carrie.shope ​ ​ Listened to several episodes of It’s Not A Crisis while driving to the Hamptons today. It is SUCH A FANTASTIC podcast. You have some legit guests and love all the topics and how authentic you are. — Anonymous ​ ​ Love your podcast, it feels like I belong to a secret society of women LOL that I never knew existed and are out to conquer the world in this new season and it will be amazing...LOL. — Anonymous ​ ​ Relevant topics, sincere host, and enjoyable to listen to. — pnwislandlife ​ ​ Hi, I just discovered your podcasts. Absolutely loved the identity, Self worth one from July. Exactly what I needed to listen to. I’m in my 40s just got laid off from being on furlough for 6 months. Used this time to discover who I am...started to develop my own business. Thank you — Anonymous ​ ​ Your podcasts have given me life this week! I have binged on a few and I can’t stop talking to my husband about how I finally feel seen, heard and marginally less crazy! THANK YOU — Anonymous ​ ​ I’m turning 40 in a few months & feeling all the feelings and asking all the questions you’re addressing on this brilliant podcast! This needs to be part of every middle aged lady’s toolbox. Thanks for sharing your perspective and experience as well as bringing pertinent info from the professionals to our ears. — TrishDavison ​ Yes, this is so needed for women like me in their 40’s with hard to handle teens and the many stresses of careers that still haven’t bloomed and all that goes along with this group of women. I would love to hear a podcast on mothers who have teenage boys who don’t want to listen to their moms and are causing them a crisis. I’m right there and my guess is there are a ton of them out there. Ladies love this and keep putting out the content! Much love, GP — gieno78 ​ I enjoy this podcast. It offers perspective and resources in a relaxed manner, which is really nice. I’m interested to see where this podcast takes me. — Gfinn524 ​ Getting older isn't easy, and no one prepares you for all the challenges that you’ll face. It’s nice to listen to people going through similar things and who you can relate to. — crazyblondeone ​ ​ I found this podcast over a month ago as I was looking for something geared towards women in their 40’s. LOVE IT! The guests have been spot on and informational. It’s like listening to a group of your friends. — Hlw0620 ​ Love to have a podcast targeting this stage of life. Super relatable. Not young, not old, so much living and adventure left to do! Thanks for helping women get or stay unstuck! — xlove33 ​ I am in my early 40’s and have felt kind of “lost”. Listening to the wide variety of guests discuss everything from beauty to how to start a business has really helped me realize my 40’s are truly just the beginning! — RobinM23 ​ I think I finally found something that makes me feel like I am not the only one going through all these exciting new emotions. Looking forward to the next topics! — alinem2 ​ I just listened to one of your podcasts and I felt very seen. Thank you for giving a voice to this space in time for other sage women. — @lightworkartistry ​ Finally a podcast for that interesting time frame in your late 30-40s. Love the relevant topics and the realness. Check it out! — rachelhopk83 ​ It’s Not a Crisis is the PERFECT podcast for anyone in their late 30s or 40s. Doryn truly tells it like it is and reminds us that we aren’t alone! This podcast is like hanging out with your friends and just getting down to the good stuff!! Doryn is also hysterical and her sense of humor will make you smile no matter what! Highly recommend! — RBSteach ​ ​ I came across this podcast on Instagram and as a 37 year old woman I am blown away! I feel like I’m listening to women who understand while glimpsing into what other changes to expect on the coming decades. I truly enjoyed the episode about purpose and how to navigate the “rebirth at midlife” with Dr. Robinson. Such a great show! — Spacystar ​ As a woman of 45 it’s great to listen to a podcast I can relate to. Helpful tips and information — Jackie_Ann ​ I happened upon your instagram and immediately was curious. I looked through every IG post and subscribed to the podcast at once! AFter 40, I have come to realize so many things. This is definitely a time for rediscovery and we need all the help we can get. Every topic has been relevant and I can’t wait for the next one! — micielo66 ​ ​ Came across this podcast by chance and staying forever!! Doryn just makes every subject seem so simple and so relatable. I feel she is just asking her guests all the questions I have in my head. It's so great to find a podcast for women our age. Many of the popular out there are for really young girls, which is great for them but, you know...we’ve been there, done that. — Naty Casas ​ Wowowow!! Doryn your voice sounds perfect for these things and you have such good stories to tell! — hmrizzo ​ Nobody warned me that my 40s were going to be so emotionally weird! My kids are getting older so I’m figuring out how to let them grow up and not rely on me...perimenopause is REAL...I feel like I’m figuring out how to be a real personal again and episode 5 was exactly what I needed to hear — KMolch4 ​ I love the positivity of this podcast and topics covered. This is such an interesting life stage. It‘s like getting together with your girlfriends for Happy Hour and realizing you are not the junky one that is having those what am I going to do with the rest of my life feelings!! This is just a new chapter. — MplsMiss TESTIMONIALS GUESTS YOU are wonderful!! And so good at this!! I enjoyed it so much. Invite me back!! — Annie Potts That was a great interview today! I so enjoyed talking with you; you made it so relaxing and fun to do. It’s no wonder you’ve been so successful at it! I appreciate the opportunity to participate in such a high quality podcast. — Lindsay Gibson, PsyD Author of "Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents" So enjoyed our conversation. Nice vibe back and forth -- and we covered a lot of ground. Nicely done. — Lee S. Cohen, M.D. Director, Ammon-Pinizzotto Center for Women's Mental Health Listen to the Episode Doryn is like your insightful and smart best friend, who always asks the really important questions. Our discussion was authentic, natural and flowing. I forgot I was speaking to thousands of people, and was able to focus on sharing the best tips and insights from my work. We received a lot of inquiries after the show and felt it was a wonderful platform for our company. This opportunity allowed us to connect with an audience in a personal way that you just can’t do with traditional outreach. — Dawn Nadeau Serial Entrepreneur Listen to the Episode Doryn is giving voice to so many things people are thinking, feeling, and wrestling with right now. During my interview, I felt like I was talking with an old friend. We instantly connected over all things midlife. The podcast world is lucky to have her voice and passion! — Mazi Robinson, MS, LPC, CPCS, NCC; Certified Daring Way Facilitator Listen to the Episode LISTEN FACEBOOK GROUP Share your experiences with our community on Facebook. Join

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