What Children's Drawings Teach Us, The Power of Feeling Known, Intermittent Fasting, Drama and Shakespeare Change LivesThe Lisa Show
- Jul 25, 2019
Important conversations and encouraging words to help you make every day a great one. What Children's Drawings Tell Us (00:00) Dr. Cathy Malchiodi, arts therapist and psychologist, shares what we can learn from our children's drawings, and how to detect signs of trauma in their artwork. The Power of Feeling Known (14:15) Psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher, and relationship coach Nancy Colier discusses the power of feeling known and how we can deepen our relationships by listening to and understanding one another. Intermittent Fasting (34:30) Nutritionist and registered pharmacist Erin Pitkethly explains the intermittent fasting approach to eating and its potential health benefits. Bedtime Stories (50:32) Sam Payne, storyteller, songwriter, and host of BYU Radio's storytelling program The Appleseed, talks about our love of nightly story time and shares a bedtime story. Drama and Shakespeare Change Lives (1:05:01) John Brown is a high school drama teacher and former lawyer. He shares why he quit his job as a lawyer to chase his passion for drama, why Shakespeare is still relevant, and how drama and Shakespeare can change lives. Anti-Inflammatory Foods (1:19:43) Carolyn Williams is a dietician, culinary nutrition expert, and the author of Meals that Heal: 100+ Everyday Anti-Inflammatory Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less. She tell us about the foods that cause us inflammation and how we can change our diets for long-term health. Mini Book Club (1:30:53) Rachel Wadham of BYU's Worlds Awaiting shares her recommendations of books for reluctant readers. Show More...