Shira Lankin Sheps is a writer, photographer, and clinically trained therapist. When Shira mustered up the courage to share her story, she was welcomed with a flood of requests to share others’ stories as well. In this weeks episode, Shira shares how The Layers Project magazine and book came to be, as well as the process of sharing another’s story.
On June 11, 2003, Sarri was on Bus 14 in Jerusalem when an 18-year-old Palestinian terrorist dressed as a religious Jew boarded and blew himself up. 17 people were killed, including all those seated and standing around her, and over 100 people were injured. Sarri was hospitalized for two weeks and then returned to New Jersey to be with family.
Eva is a Certified Infant and Child Sleep Consultant and is the founder of My Sleeping Baby and the Sleep Bible program.
Peripartum Depression with the Just One Life Team Just One Life/Nefesh Achat B’Yisrael is a nonprofit located in Jerusalem, that provides financial, psychological, and emotional support to women struggling with…
Naomi Nachman, renowned caterer and cookbook author joins me in a casual conversations about food, Pesach, and how she went from teacher to best selling cookbook author. Get her Perfect Flavors cookbook or Perfect for Pesach cookbook. Naomi has provided us with a delicious salmon recipe that is simply put, perfect for Pesach.
In this week's episode, Brany discusses the story of how this idea she had became the massive organization it is today. The story, like conception, is nothing short of miraculous.
Sara Zoldan, founder of Love At Any Size, is a body-positive and weight neutral love coach who helps plus-size single women struggling with negative body image and weight stigma in dating find love at their current size without settling or losing a pound.
Hadassah is a kind, often smiling woman. She dons a shaitel and dresses modestly. She is a wife and mother. She is also a survivor of sexual abuse. Sexual abuse is not discussed often enough, but we know it exists in our community. We know that it exists in every community. I commend Hadassah, who we will refer to by first name only, for speaking about her journey to healing. I thank Hadassah for her bravery and vulnerability, and encourage everyone to check out the show notes, as Hadassah has compiled a list of resources that have helped her in her healing journey. For those of you who are listening and have survived sexual abuse, you're not alone. I urge you to find the support you need, to find those rays of hope.
Sara Schwartz is wife to Avi and mom to Noam and Kiki, a 1.5 year old with a rare chromosomal abnormality called 3q duplication. Kiki is trach, vent, and gtube dependent, has a complex medical history, and is developmentally delayed. In addition to her new role, Sara works for NJ NCSY and is a part time OU JLIC educator at Rutgers. In this weeks episode, Sara shared her and Kiki’s journey and her pursuit of balance being a medical mom and being everything else.
Every person is a work of art and your palette is the guide to sharing yourself, a masterpiece, to the world. Chanchi Milecki, also known as The Soul Styler, joins Bari in a conversation about self expression through color.