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The podcast that focuses on uncovering the lessons we're meant to learn.

Latest Episodes

The Breakup, Reconsidered

Breakups are a sad reality of relationships. That said, when a romantic coupling ends, how often can we look back and without doubt, own our own mistakes in how things went? In this special episode This Life, Reconsidered, talk to Elaine, a divorcee that takes a hard look at the person she was in her marriage. Above that, she allows her to learn from the hurt and the turn of events. What we learn from this episode is that it IS possible to learn from the end of a relationship, if you're open to it. Have questions, thoughts and opinions?Email the show at reconsideredthepod@gmail.com

63 MINOCT 30
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The Breakup, Reconsidered

Mini-Episode: Healthier ways to cope with stress

In this follow up to our episode about understanding trauma, we speak with Monica Gonzalez, owner of Balanced Lotus Counseling & Wellness (https://www.balancedlotuscounseling.com/). She offers some suggestions on how we can consider dealing with the moments that challenge us. Email the show at reconsideredthepod@gmail.com.

12 MINOCT 5
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Mini-Episode: Healthier ways to cope with stress

Understanding trauma (An interview with Monica Gonzalez)

Live events impact people differently. However, how can a distressing event affect you? In this episode, we speak with Monica Gonzalez, owner of Balanced Lotus Counseling & Wellness (https://www.balancedlotuscounseling.com/) to understand this experience. In a special follow up bonus episode, Monica shares some advice on managing personal stresses. Email the show at reconsideredthepod@gmail.com.

42 MINOCT 2
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Understanding trauma (An interview with Monica Gonzalez)

Mini-Episode: Acting BOLDLY (Insights from Lillian Ruiz)

Lillian Ruiz, formerformer COO of Civil Media Company and the Civil Foundation bestows some of her best tips on what it means to act & live BOLDLY, something that can be empowering when you need it!

10 MINSEP 13
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Mini-Episode: Acting BOLDLY (Insights from Lillian Ruiz)

Some advice on being BOLD (Interview with Lillian Ruiz)

In this season two opener, I kick things off by focusing on one of the most empowering messages we tend to forget - how to being afraid of the choices we need to make for ourselves, especially if we're going to pursue the lives we want. To dig into this important lesson, I interviewed Lillian Ruiz, former COO of Civil Media Company & Civil Foundation. As a person that has made big, bold decisions to create her own reality, I thought she's have some great perspective to share. Tune into this discussion for some motivating and insight stuff.

35 MINSEP 11
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Some advice on being BOLD (Interview with Lillian Ruiz)

Same podcast, just a new name!

Launched as "Stroke of Wisdom," Jenina rolls out this brief news update to explain the new title before new episodes roll out later this summer. Email the show at reconsideredthepod@gmail.com. More to come!

5 MINJUN 12
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Same podcast, just a new name!

Why you have to let go to heal

At the end of Season 1, Jenina parts with the lesson she learned after all the other ones: that’s letting go in order to recover. Healing doesn’t happen overnight, but once you can let go, then you can make the rest count. Season 2 will return later this summer with new episodes. But don't worry, there will be mini updates to keep plugged in! :-) Thoughts and insights? You can always reach the show at podcast [at] strokeofwisdom.com.

21 MINAPR 30
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Why you have to let go to heal

Recovery is a journey

As Jenina reflects on Season One, she also shares one of the biggest lessons she’s gathered since her life-altering trauma. Thoughts and insights? You can always reach the show at podcast [at] strokeofwisdom.com.

12 MINAPR 24
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Recovery is a journey

Keeping the stress factor in check

We all get to that point where things get rough and stress bubbles over… So, for Stress Awareness Month, Jenina shares some of the simple tactics she's embraced to deal with stress. It's not supposed to be foolproof, but food for thought as you get your head in the game to tackle the stuff you'll inevitably need to address... **Reach Stroke of Wisdom by email (podcast [at]strokeofwisdom.com) or leave a voicemail (312-275-5777) and maybe we'll use your voice note for a future episode** Reference Links: American Heart Association: Stress and Heart Health:https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-lifestyle/stress-management/stress-and-heart-health Three Tips to Manage Stress:https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-lifestyle/stress-management/3-tips-to-manage-stress Harvard Health Publishing:https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/best-ways-to-manage-stress Fast Company: Four signs of stress you shouldn't ignore: https://www.fastcompany.com/90324086/four-physical-sig...

12 MINAPR 9
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Keeping the stress factor in check

7 Obvious Life Lessons You Should Know

Sometimes it takes trauma (or even a stroke) to drill certain life lessons into your head that you probably should have already known. That said, I pulled together this round up of some of the most meaningful lessons I realized as I recovered, although I'd contend that these insights are universal. **Reach Stroke of Wisdom by email (podcast [at]strokeofwisdom.com) or leave a voicemail (312-275-5777) and maybe we'll use your voice note for a future episode**

10 MINAPR 2
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7 Obvious Life Lessons You Should Know

Latest Episodes

The Breakup, Reconsidered

Breakups are a sad reality of relationships. That said, when a romantic coupling ends, how often can we look back and without doubt, own our own mistakes in how things went? In this special episode This Life, Reconsidered, talk to Elaine, a divorcee that takes a hard look at the person she was in her marriage. Above that, she allows her to learn from the hurt and the turn of events. What we learn from this episode is that it IS possible to learn from the end of a relationship, if you're open to it. Have questions, thoughts and opinions?Email the show at reconsideredthepod@gmail.com

63 MINOCT 30
Comments
The Breakup, Reconsidered

Mini-Episode: Healthier ways to cope with stress

In this follow up to our episode about understanding trauma, we speak with Monica Gonzalez, owner of Balanced Lotus Counseling & Wellness (https://www.balancedlotuscounseling.com/). She offers some suggestions on how we can consider dealing with the moments that challenge us. Email the show at reconsideredthepod@gmail.com.

12 MINOCT 5
Comments
Mini-Episode: Healthier ways to cope with stress

Understanding trauma (An interview with Monica Gonzalez)

Live events impact people differently. However, how can a distressing event affect you? In this episode, we speak with Monica Gonzalez, owner of Balanced Lotus Counseling & Wellness (https://www.balancedlotuscounseling.com/) to understand this experience. In a special follow up bonus episode, Monica shares some advice on managing personal stresses. Email the show at reconsideredthepod@gmail.com.

42 MINOCT 2
Comments
Understanding trauma (An interview with Monica Gonzalez)

Mini-Episode: Acting BOLDLY (Insights from Lillian Ruiz)

Lillian Ruiz, formerformer COO of Civil Media Company and the Civil Foundation bestows some of her best tips on what it means to act & live BOLDLY, something that can be empowering when you need it!

10 MINSEP 13
Comments
Mini-Episode: Acting BOLDLY (Insights from Lillian Ruiz)

Some advice on being BOLD (Interview with Lillian Ruiz)

In this season two opener, I kick things off by focusing on one of the most empowering messages we tend to forget - how to being afraid of the choices we need to make for ourselves, especially if we're going to pursue the lives we want. To dig into this important lesson, I interviewed Lillian Ruiz, former COO of Civil Media Company & Civil Foundation. As a person that has made big, bold decisions to create her own reality, I thought she's have some great perspective to share. Tune into this discussion for some motivating and insight stuff.

35 MINSEP 11
Comments
Some advice on being BOLD (Interview with Lillian Ruiz)

Same podcast, just a new name!

Launched as "Stroke of Wisdom," Jenina rolls out this brief news update to explain the new title before new episodes roll out later this summer. Email the show at reconsideredthepod@gmail.com. More to come!

5 MINJUN 12
Comments
Same podcast, just a new name!

Why you have to let go to heal

At the end of Season 1, Jenina parts with the lesson she learned after all the other ones: that’s letting go in order to recover. Healing doesn’t happen overnight, but once you can let go, then you can make the rest count. Season 2 will return later this summer with new episodes. But don't worry, there will be mini updates to keep plugged in! :-) Thoughts and insights? You can always reach the show at podcast [at] strokeofwisdom.com.

21 MINAPR 30
Comments
Why you have to let go to heal

Recovery is a journey

As Jenina reflects on Season One, she also shares one of the biggest lessons she’s gathered since her life-altering trauma. Thoughts and insights? You can always reach the show at podcast [at] strokeofwisdom.com.

12 MINAPR 24
Comments
Recovery is a journey

Keeping the stress factor in check

We all get to that point where things get rough and stress bubbles over… So, for Stress Awareness Month, Jenina shares some of the simple tactics she's embraced to deal with stress. It's not supposed to be foolproof, but food for thought as you get your head in the game to tackle the stuff you'll inevitably need to address... **Reach Stroke of Wisdom by email (podcast [at]strokeofwisdom.com) or leave a voicemail (312-275-5777) and maybe we'll use your voice note for a future episode** Reference Links: American Heart Association: Stress and Heart Health:https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-lifestyle/stress-management/stress-and-heart-health Three Tips to Manage Stress:https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-lifestyle/stress-management/3-tips-to-manage-stress Harvard Health Publishing:https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/best-ways-to-manage-stress Fast Company: Four signs of stress you shouldn't ignore: https://www.fastcompany.com/90324086/four-physical-sig...

12 MINAPR 9
Comments
Keeping the stress factor in check

7 Obvious Life Lessons You Should Know

Sometimes it takes trauma (or even a stroke) to drill certain life lessons into your head that you probably should have already known. That said, I pulled together this round up of some of the most meaningful lessons I realized as I recovered, although I'd contend that these insights are universal. **Reach Stroke of Wisdom by email (podcast [at]strokeofwisdom.com) or leave a voicemail (312-275-5777) and maybe we'll use your voice note for a future episode**

10 MINAPR 2
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7 Obvious Life Lessons You Should Know
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