In this episode, Debra Ruh is joined by her producer, Doug Foresta, as they discuss the topic of being resilient during times of adversity. Discover the difference between resilience and being "positive" and how to find joy even in times of sorrow. Debra also shares her own personal journey of navigating difficult times during the pandemic, and how she has coped.
Psychologist, author and coach Dr. Patti Ashley returns to the program, along with her daughter Elizabeth Herman, who is a school psychologist and parent coach, to discuss how to stay grounded in tumultuous times. They discuss the trauma of the recent events in Washington DC and the dangers of "toxic positivity."
Vernon Sankey and Katey Lockwood return to the program to share their thoughts about how to find peace in turbulent times, and how we can come together to create positive change. Vernon and Katey discuss how to make sure that you are putting your energy into activities that uplift yourself and humanity.
In this episode you'll hear from Iyaana Johson, also know as "Isis" as she discusses her business "Waist Beads by Isis", which was inspired by Black people, Black resilience and Black culture, and aims to bring the beauty of waist beads to the diaspora. Isis also discusses why she has chosen to major in political science and English, and how she plans to use her educational background to help create a more equitable and just society.
LaMondre Pough, Chief Sustainability Officer at Ruh Global IMPACT, joins the program to discuss his show, 3DVU, a podcast about relevant topics, addressed from three completely different perspectives. LaMondre also discusses his journey towards treating Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and an exciting new treatment that holds promise for halting and possibly even reversing symptoms.