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  • 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, check out their course and find Eliza’s course at

  • 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 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.

  • High Functioning Anxiety with Georgie Collinson

    In this episode, I am joined by Georgie Collinson as we discuss high functioning anxiety. We talk all about how it affects us, how it sometimes defines our identity and may be influenced by genetics and education. Georgie also shares with us things we can do to tackle anxiety in a practical way, from monitoring hormones, sleep, nutrition to our gut biome. You’ll learn all about the Anxiety Reset Method as well as the Resilience Shield and how to fix the holes we have in it. Georgie Collinson is an Anxiety Mindset Coach, Naturopath and Nutritionist with a Bachelor of Health Science. Her training includes counseling, clinical research and teaching meditation. She’s with the Australian Natural Therapists Association, a professional body that only accepts fully trained, high quality health practitioners. You can find her at and on social media

  • Skin Care Psychology with Dr. Doris Day

    Dr. Doris Day is joining me in this episode as we discuss the psychology of skin care. Dr. Day believes that every decade of our life can be our best and is on a mission to help women understand and live that way. We go in depth about how emotions, hormones, and our sex life all affect our skin, and we talk about some preventative facial exercises that you can do before reaching the point of injections. Doris Day MD is a board-certified dermatologist who specializes in aesthetic dermatology in private practice in New York City and is a clinical associate professor of dermatology at NYU Langone Health. She has won awards for her work in laser research and teaching. Dr. Day is the author of three books, most recently Beyond Beautiful. She is also a freelance journalist as well as the host of her award-winning dermatology show on Doctor Radio on SiriusXM 110. Dr. Day regularly lectures at national and international medical and aesthetic conferences. She teaches other physicians the art and techniques of soft tissue fillers, laser treatments and rejuvenation. She is a member of national and international organizations including the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, where she has served on the Board of Directors She has also served on the medical advisory boards and training panels for Allergan, Galderma and Merz, among others. You can find Dr. Day via her website, on social media @drdorisday and find her book, Beyond Beautiful on Amazon

  • Childless and Fulfilled Life with Jody Day

    This episode is, in a way, a part two of episode 12. Last time we looked at what it means to be childfree and how such a decision can be carried throughout life without any guilt. In this episode, I am joined by Jody Day, as we discuss being childless. We talk about the differences, the common misconceptions, understanding childless people better, communicating with them and knowing that in the end it’s not about ‘us’ and ‘them’, but about all of us together. Jody Day is the founder of Gateway Women, the global friendship and support network for childless women, with the social reach of 2 million, founded in 2011. She is an author, a speaker, a global though leader on female involuntary childlessness, an integrative psychotherapist, a TedX speaker, a social entrepreneur and much more. You can find Jody @gatewaywomen and you can visit her website Make sure to also check out her amazing TedTalk on YouTube.

  • Childfree and Guilt-Free with Marcia Drut-Davis

    There’s a lot of stigma around women deciding to not have children and it’s a pity that society still can’t get out of this mentality. My guest is a pioneer and advocate for women who decide to take that path and she reassures women that this choice is valid, correct and should be guilt-free. Marcia Drut-Davis came into the spotlight when she appeared on a “60 minutes” interview in 1974, where she talked about how she had decided to not have or raise children. The interview sparked controversy that cost Marcia her teaching job of ten years, but ultimately fueled her drive to open a dialogue and the minds of people towards childfree life. Marcia was 6 when she first thought about being childfree for the rest of her life. She wrote her memoir Confessions of a Childless Woman, where she looks back and shares what led her to make that choice and if looking back she has any regrets. She has and continues to live a wonderfully rich life, without raising any children of her own, and offers her resources to people who want to live the same way. You can find Marcia @childfree_guru, email her at and check out her website

  • Doryn and Friends: Zara Tisch

    How do you use past trauma to fuel your drive for entrepreneurship? In this episode I am joined by my friend, Zara Tisch, who used to be my neighbor about 10 years ago in Manhattan. I’ve always admired her style, her personality, her openness and her desire to do some good in this world. Zara Terez Tisch founded her company, Terez in New York, where she also currently lives with her husband, three kids and three dogs. You can find Zara @zaratisch and find her products on

  • Clean Eating Without The Sacrifice With Jen Smiley

    We all know that what you put into your body affects your mood, your hormones and ultimately - your whole day. But in our quest for the healthiest diets, we often forget to indulge in what we like. In this episode, Jen Smiley joins me as we discuss reading labels, choosing healthier alternatives to products we can’t live without and figuring out how we can tweak our nutrition for the best possible results. Jen Smiley is an expert food coach at Wake Up and Read the Labels. She has been a fitness instructor for 5 years, owns a spin studio and has been helping clients both locally and internationally to find cleaner brands at the grocery store and understand labels. You can find Jen on social media at @wakeupandreadthelabels as well as her website Plus, visit for 3 common morning foods that are killing your energy and ruining your day.

  • Women and Infidelity with Dr. Megan Fleming

    In this episode I am joined by Dr. Megan Fleming as we discuss infidelity among women over 40. We don’t often talk about women’s reasons for infidelity and felt this was a relevant topic for our age and time of life. We discuss many things such as why it happens, how to repair a relationship after an affair and much more. Dr. Fleming is a nationally recognized certified sex and relationship expert. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals and couples to discover what’s getting in their way and teaches them the skills and strategies to get the sex and relationships they want. Learn more about women’s reasons for having affairs, compared to men, why they happen, how to repair your relationship if an affair took place on both sides and how we can have a more open dialogue about this. You can find Dr. Fleming on social media @dr.megan.fleming as well as her own website You can also visit the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists at to find a certified expert in your area.

  • Finding Your Own Voice and Start Speaking Up! with Amy E. Smith

    Amy E. Smith is a certified and credentialed life coach and hypnotherapist, masterful speaker, and personal empowerment expert. Founder of, Amy uses her roles as coach, writer, podcaster, and speaker to move individuals to a place of radical personal empowerment and self-worth. With an acute focus on helping people “find their voice”, she is highly sought after for her uncommon style of irreverence, wisdom, and humor and has been a featured expert in Inspired Coach Magazine and on Fox 5 San Diego. Together with Amy, we discuss self-worth, relationships, freeing yourself and your identity from what others think about you and much more. I am thrilled to be touching on this subject, because I think it’s of great significance for us, even at our age.

  • ADHD In Women Over 40 with Diann Wingert

    I am joined by Diann Wingert where we discuss ADHD after 40 in female entrepreneurs and beyond. You will LOVE Diann! We discuss the impact of ADHD on women of our generation, the gifts that come with ADHD and also the issues that it presents. Diann is a trained psychotherapist, an expert on ADHD in women but also a coach and entrepreneur. Her goal is to help others who have ADHD like herself to become more successful in life and work, believe in themselves and unlock their true potential for radical results. During her 20-year career as a licensed psychotherapist, she worked with hundreds of ambitious women who struggled with habits and mindsets that held them back. After realizing that psychotherapy was not the answer, Diann trained and certified as a coach in order to shift the conversation from problems to possibilities. Her jam is helping the driven but distracted woman eliminate procrastination, perfectionism, and people-pleasing, so she can level up her business and life. She is an expert in ADHD in adult women and the link between ADHD and entrepreneurship. Resources mentioned in the episode: ADHD 2.0 by Ned Hallowell - ADHD for Smartass Women - You can find Diann on and @coachdiannwingert Tune in to listen to her podcast, The Driven Woman Podcast -

  • Doryn & Friends: Tanya McQueen Forman

    Today I am joined by my good friend Tanya, as we continue our ‘Doryn & Friends’ series. Tanya McQueen Forman is smart, funny, positive and incredibly genuine. She’s a total open book and I think that’s why we clicked like we did. Tanya is most well known for being a co-host on hit ABC show, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. She is also a mother of two, a step-mother of two, ages 16-26, a producer husband named Tom and a 7 year old terrier named Never, who needs to drop a few pounds. We discuss her experience on becoming a hit tv show co-host, being a step-mother, as well as the physical changes she’s experiencing at 49. You can find Tanya on Instagram @tlmcqueen

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