054 – Erin Khar – Writing and Living the Truth

Erin Khar

Addiction, recovery, mental health, relationships, parenting, infertility, and self-care…

Erin KharErin Khar (Managing Editor at Ravishly and author of the popular weekly advice column Ask Erin) joins guest host Jessica Brodkin [Episode 11] in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.

In this episode:

  • Khar’s addiction to heroin for 15 years starting at 13 years old, and how she didn’t look like drug addic,t had straight As, lots of friends, no warning signs, etc.
  • How her love for child was stronger than her hatred of self
  • Learning how to take care of herself and walking through shame and depression that drove to use drugs
  • Healing is confronting the parts of ourself we don’t want others to see, we let go of shame and that’s where healing startsErin Khar
  • How Khar lost her baby due to premature birth, and met Brodkin after having had four miscarriages prior to that,
  • Khar’s incredible emotional pain, and it wasn’t about her head, it was about her soul
  • A psychic medium suggested she needs to go to Reiki
  • Khar’s believe that a silver lining of pain was growing closer to a spiritual connection than before, and how her family bonded than before
  • Getting tested and being able to make her way through that, and people won’t able to confront things, so they will stay in toxic patterns,
  • Part of self-care is to tell people “I feel __________”
  • How Khar had a successful clothing line, and had challenges and stopped caring about itErin Khar
  • A chance encounter with a writer that led to started a blog called Rarely Wrong Erin (and eventually Ask Erin), due to her ability to recall random information, and then she got a job at Ravishly, ad is now the managing editor
  • A lot of #METOO questions — of 60 questions per week 10-15 are about that topic
  • The tricky topic of conditioning around consent
  • Taking things people struggle with, so consent is frequently topical in her advice column
  • The need for conversations about consent
  • How fear is always worse than actually doing something
  • Khar was feeling unlovable and living like the room was on fire until a switch flipped
  • How she wants to bring hope because she was hopeless for a long time

052 – Acupuncturist Anna Eszter Hajosi – Healthier, Stronger, Faster

Holistic Athlete NYC

Holistic approach to sports and wellness…

Holistic Athlete NYCAnna Eszter Hajosi, New York State Board Certified Licensed Acupuncturist and founder of Holistic Athlete NYC (providing comprehensive, holistic approach to healing, recovery and wellbeing through the use of acupuncture, nutrition, corrective exercises and other traditional modalities) and avid triathlete, joins guest host Jessica Brodkin [Episode 11] in the MouthMedia Network studio powered by Sennheiser.

behind the scenes

Anna Eszter Hajosi, New York State Board Certified Licensed Acupuncturist and founder of Holistic Athlete NYC examines the back and posture of guest host Jessica Brodkin on "All Possibilities" podcast in this behind-the-scenes moment.

Posted by All Possibilities podcast on Samstag, 24. März 2018

In this episode:Holistic Athlete NYC

  • How Eszter Hajosi earned her undergraduate degree in Dietetics and Nutrition from Semmelweis University, the oldest medical school in Hungary, and her Master of Science degree in Acupuncture from Tri-State College of Acupuncture
  • Whether one can heal the body with just positive mind set and needles, etc. and whether we change the structure of brain
  • How Eszter Hajosi felt guided to go to the US and New York, without knowing English, and then decided to go to acupuncture school instead of becoming a doctor
  • Eszter Hajosi’s primary work with athletes and dancers
  • Running triathlons and a half iron manHolistic Athlete NYC
  • As you get stronger you can get injured often, it takes tome for body to adjust
  • Eszter Hajosi on working with a psychiatrist from Columbia University, who refers patients who aren’t being helped by medication or who want to try another method
  • Using the tongue as a diagnostic tool
  • The quick results possible with acupuncture
  • When Eszter Hajosi had a fibroid
  • Increasing blood flow, meridians
  • How emotions should not dictate what we do, discipline and creating habits
  • Diagnosing posture