Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Our Interview with Artistic Powerhouse Steve Nguyen

July 21, 2014 by  
Filed under Featured, Film, Finding Your Voice, Role Models

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I’m just an enthusiastic artist coming from a modest background. I’ve been presented with wonderful opportunities as a screenwriter, director, and producer for several independent and mainstream motion pictures. Can you tell us a bit about any upcoming projects that you are working on? As of […]

#RealDeal Catches Up With Eric Hennig

We caught up with Eric Hennig, actor and artist, who shared his thoughts on stress-management, beauty and … body image. ~Robyn Hussa Farrell, Editor #RealDeal Eric, can you tell us a bit about who you are / what you do and what got you interested in working in the arts / entertainment industry?  What was […]

Rise, Maya Angelou, Rise!

In dedication to Maya Angelou’s courage, vision, pioneering dedication to the written, spoken and living word, to her grace, sassiness and for teaching us — like no other — how to use and offer our voices, how to live with love in our hearts and courage in our souls, #Real Deal shares Maya Angelou’s poem, Still I […]

Thick Skin, Soft Heart: Our Recent Interview with Actor Geno Segers

Geno, thank you so much for being a part of our organization’s mission of building mental fitness in all youth. Can you tell me more about your interest in this work and how it resonates for you? I have always had a close connection to this issue as a couple of my family members suffered […]

Quotes for Healing, Support and Inspiration

Wisdom quotes you carry in your pocket or post on your wall can inspire your mind and heart plus help keep you on your recovery path.  Here are a few you might not know. This one is a guide for anyone with separation difficulties. Blog this!Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on FacebookShare on LinkedinShare on […]

Finding the Artist within: Art Therapy and Eating Disorders

Art Therapy has been a powerful and effective coping skill that the eating disorder community has embraced for decades. Art therapy helps and challenges a person to create and to reflect on the process of the art making experience and the art work they create. This process is powerful especially for someone who is suffering […]

Easing Physical or Emotional Pain…Mindfully

In our society, we have almost become “programmed” to view pain as a bad thing.  Actually, physical pain serves a very helpful purpose as a messenger.  If we didn’t feel it, just think of the damage that could be done from, say, a hot stove or a broken bone!  As well, we also tend to […]

A Conversation with Choreographer Tara Nicole Hughes

September 24, 2013 by  
Filed under Body Image, Expressive Arts, Featured, Movement

Our own Robyn Hussa caught up with choreographer Tara Nicole Hughes to get the details on her career, life and what inspires her most. RH: Please tell us about yourself and what you do? TNH: I am a dancer/choreographer.  I started dancing at age 9 at a local studio in Orlando, Florida.  I walked in the […]

Finding Your Sanctuary

Recently, my family and I were fortunate enough to discover The Wild Animal Sanctuary, a place in Colorado in which animals (carnivores like lions, tigers, and bears…oh my!) are rescued, often from misinformed people who attempt to keep such animals as pets. The animals are taken to an amazing facility of over 700 acres, in […]

BODY EMPOWERMENT – “Feeling the Mind/Body Connection with Adrienne Glasser”

As part of the weekly Wednesday posting of my ongoing YouTube series “Body Empowerment,” here’s “Feeling the Mind/Body Connection with Adrienne Glasser (Body Empowerment 82)” originally posted May 20, 2013, on YouTube.com by Caroline Rothstein. In honor of International No Diet Day, this video addresses the difference between diet as a noun, versus diet as a verb. […]

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