Melissa Engle is a mama, actor, entrepreneur and Postpartum Depression advocate. After her own struggles with PPD/PPA, she started the Mama Bears group as a way to support other moms in a neighborhood specific way. She believes no mother should suffer in silence and is working to bring back the village of support for new moms. She lives in Chicago with her husband and daughter.
Since moving to California in 2013 Eric Rias dedicated his life to fitness education and a healthy lifestyle. Coming from New York with a difficult past, he was compelled to focus his life on cultivating positivity. Fitness became a way for him to take control of his life and share that light with others. He is now able to be himself entirely, have fun and make lasting impressions on the people he encounters.
Great talk. Thanks, Eric.
Kyle Ferroly began his career by studying the mind for over twenty years and the brain for the past eleven years. He was always intrigued by the fact that the brain is the only organ we don’t look at before we treat it. This led him to enter his center in Wisconsin, “Mind Brain Balance.” Through a unique way of seeing inside the brain, otherwise known as a brain map, you can see what is going on scientifically to a person’s brain waves.
I discuss entrepreneurship and other things of interest in a new addition of the talk.
I am mixing it up a bit in this episode. I talk about where addictions come from and the genetic aspect of things and how they relate to it, how Kundalini Yoga disrupts genetic patters, and then read a story from my memoir.
I am unsure as to where to go with all of this!!
John Menz was at the end of his rope, and it all came crashing down one day in a parking lot where he drew a gun, pointed it at his head, and pulled the trigger. BUT HE LIVED TO TELL THE TALE!!!! Here is the tale told in his own words.
Thanks to everyone who listened! Stay tuned for Telling Tales!