Guiding Principles for Thriving Through the Holidays

  As we approach the holiday season, Molly has a lot to say about diet culture vultures and the marketing that says “how to survive the holiday season.” We don’t want to just “survive” through this joyous time of year, we want to aim to thrive. Aiming for survival will lead you to hit below […]

Energy Healing and Raising Your Vibration with Taylor Stone

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  In Taylor’s opinion, people can begin healing themselves by being honest about their choices and how the choices they are making are or aren’t serving them. She teaches that people need to then give themselves some grace and begin working on healing.  When people feel like victims, they forget they have choices, so Taylor […]

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: The Beginners Guide

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

  The Holy Grail of Change  “A little less conversation, a little more action, please” goes the famous lyric from Elvis Presley’s song of the same name. And that’s exactly what dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) represents to me in comparison to the other types of therapies used to fight binge eating and other eating disorders. […]

Connection is the Opposite of Addiction

In this episode, Molly is joined by her friend and creator of Soul Camp, Alison Leipzig. Have you ever found yourself over-identifying with your health issues and or your size? Alison has had this experience, and today she will discuss how during her childhood, she allowed being overweight to define who she was and divulges […]

Are You Experiencing Cognitive Dissonance?

Do you ever catch yourself telling yourself a story that isn’t actually true? That’s due to a concept called cognitive dissonance.  Cognitive dissonance is the discomfort that happens when we’re acting in a way that doesn’t line up with our beliefs or thinking in a way that doesn’t line up with our behaviors. And because we […]

A Simple Skill for Tolerating Distress

Everyone experiences situations when emotions become intense, overwhelming, and difficult to manage. When well worn coping skills like journaling, talking to a friend, or watching a favorite show on Netflix won’t cut it. During these heightened times of distress, a quick and simple skill is needed. In order to chill out the state of your […]

Acupuncture and Emotions as Energy with Wendy Swanson

Wendy Swanson dives into the ins-and-outs of acupuncture. Molly calls the modality “an absolute, life-changing measure” after she was cured of her Long Covid symptoms following her sessions with Wendy—something traditional Western medicine was never able to do for her. Listen in as Wendy paints a comprehensive picture of acupuncture and its history, as well […]

Menopause and Integrative Health with Dr. Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz

Molly and Dr. Suzanne talk all things integrative health. From the food we consume to the products we put on our skin, to the things we smell, hear, and the types of people we spend our time with. These are the things Dr. Suzanne says have a huge impact on our health and affect all […]

Becoming Who You Were Meant to Be with Joseph Sheehey

Today’s guest, Joseph Sheehey, holds nothing back in sharing the details of his struggles with depression, suicidal thoughts, his career, as well as his views on medicine and healing. Joseph’s mission is to have conversations that are nuanced that allow us to hear and understand why we think the way we do. He wants to […]

Perfectionism: Enough is Enough 

Having struggled with her weight and self-image since childhood, Sara discusses with Molly her journey of breaking up with sugar, her relationship with food, and the road to recovery. Due to an autoimmune disorder, she eliminated gluten and grains. This was a decision she made on her own, not from any medical advice from a […]