S3 Ep 2 - Supporting Women During A Miscarriage with the Held In Hope founders
After experiencing the tragedy of her own miscarriage and finding herself uninformed after the doctor's visit that delivered the news, Held In Hope co-founder Amber Hasset decided to help other women experiencing the loss of miscarriage. Held in Hope creates miscarriage boxes full of helpful information and self-care items to support a woman through this moment.
Held in Hope website: https://www.heldinhope.org
S3 Ep1 - Winter Self Care with Julia Hogan-Werner, LCPC
To kick off Season 3 of the Fairest Love podcast, we've brought back Julia M. Hogan-Werner, owner and clinical director at Vita Optimum Counseling & Consulting, to talk about one of her favorite topics - self-care! The winter can be a difficult time for many of us, so Julia walks us through navigating those winter blues and learning how to care for ourselves physically, mentally/emotionally, spiritually, and relationally.
Find Julia online at Vita Optimum Counseling: https://www.vitaoptimumcounseling.com
Explore her digital Winter Self Care workbook: https://www.juliamariehogan.com/shop/winter-self-care
S2 Ep 24 Christmas Reflection (with Fr. Luke)
As we live the Advent season and anticipate the coming of Christ,, Fr. Luke shares some words for reflection on the Advent season and how we can prepare for this great event. Christ comes to be our model; to teach us how to love, and how to be truly human.
2 Ep 23 Overcoming Overwhelm as a Mom (with Sterling Jaquith)
Moms today have a lot on their plates, maybe more so than previous generations. This week's guest, Catholic Mom Coach Sterling Jaquith, shares simple tips and tricks to overcome that mommy overwhelm. Her advice comes not just from being a certified life coach but also from experiencing the overwhelm and burnout herself - and realizing there had to be a better way!
S2 Ep22 Teaching Children About Money (with Kara Fransted)
As parents, we have the responsibility to educate our children in all areas of life - including finances! Kara Fransted, COO of KMH Financial Services, shares her insights on how to start teaching your children about money. In this episode, we discuss when to begin the money discussion, steps along the way, and what can happen if we neglect this aspect of a child’s formation.
S2 Ep 21 Preserving Your Family History (with Crystal Avila Floeder)
Capturing the moments that made your family what it is today can be a beautiful bonding moment between family members. Film director Crystal Avila Floeder shares what inspired her to capture the history of her own family, and how you can start doing this in your own family.
Crystal can be found: https://www.buenasnochesproductions.com
Crystal’s movie Beneath the Trees: https://vimeo.com/306893329
S2 Ep 20 Faith and Finances (with Jonathan and Amanda Teixeira)
For many, there is a touch of anxiety when the words of faith and finance are so close together. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Money mentors, Jonathan and Amanda Teixeira of Wallet Win enlighten us on the matter. We discuss stewardship, the classic mistakes couples make, why to start budgeting now, and the idea of maximum fruitfulness.
The Teixeiras can be found: https://walletwin.com
Their podcast, the Catholic Money Show: https://walletwin.com/podcast/
S2 Ep 19 Forming the Will of Your Children (with Pilar Caranti)
Certified Life Coach Pilar Caranti shares with us tips for forming the will of your children. She talks about the importance of the virtues of order when children are very young, and fortitude throughout the whole of the developmental years.
Pilar can be found: https://www.pilarcaranti.com
S2 Ep 18 Forgiveness in Marriage (with Doug Hinderer)
Forgiveness is difficult but essential, especially within marriage. Licensed marriage and family therapist, Doug Hinderer shares his insights into what forgiveness in marriage is, what it isn’t, and how our spouse’s defects are something to be loved.
Doug can be found: https://www.happymarriageforlife.com
S2 Ep17 Navigating the New School Year with Your Family (with Monica Hinderer)
Adolescent therapist, Monica Hinderer, joins us again this week to talk about the best ways to navigate the start of a new school year. This is an opportunity for a fresh start, not just for the school-aged children but for the whole family. She shares three words to keep in mind: Patience, Schedule, and Balance.
Monica can be found: https://www.vitaoptimumcounseling.com
S2 Ep 16 Keeping the Love Alive in Your Marriage
Marriage Therapist Doug Hinderer is back for another episode! This time he’s share tips on how to keep the love alive in your marriage. The tools he shares will apply to couples in any stage of married life, from newly weds to those celebrating 50 years together.
Sources he references in this episode:
The 4 Loves by C.S. Lewis
The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman
Marriage Insurance: 12 Rules to Live By by Fr. Francis Hoffman (Fr. Rocky)
Doug can be found: https://www.happymarriageforlife.com
S2 Ep 15 Navigating Our Anxiety as Adults
Previously we’ve looked at anxiety in our children, so for this week’s episode we’re turning the focus inward and looking at our anxiety as parents and adults. Professional Counselor and Author of the Catholic Guide Through Anxiety, Catherine DiNuzzo shares her thoughts, wisdom and practical tips on the topic.
Catherine can be found: https://dinuzzocounseling.com and http://sacredheartmentalwellness.com
Her book: https://www.sacredheartmentalwellness.com/catholic-guide-through-anxiety