Mental Health

partnership during tough times
Opinion piece

Partnership During Tough Times

During tough times, honing our communication skills is a great way to love ourselves and our partners. We’re now learning who we can count on.

mindset + habits = success

Mindset + Habits = Success

We rarely see how brilliance is produced. “Mastery is the product of genius!” we believe. Today I want you to challenge that way of thinking. Let’s discuss how mindset and habits breeds success.

Don't Tell my Grandma Podcast

Identity, Everyday Joys and Flipping Tables

In this episode Wendy and Juan discuss about Cultural Homelessness, Identity and what are TCK’s. We also talk about the little joys of everyday, flipping tables and why Wendy is a giant.

cultural homelessness
Opinion piece

Cultural Homelessness

Some people might find themselves in a state of cultural homelessness. A cognitive dissonance between their authentic self and the culture that represents them. They can’t reconcile their values and views with the realities they see.

to my black brothers and sisters
Opinion piece

To my Black Brothers and Sisters

Public unrest has been fueled with the exasperation and anger of a population that has seen enough racism, oppression and institutionalized impunity.

Don't Tell my Grandma Podcast

Cultural Differences

In this episode, Juan and Wendy are joined by their Tokyo friends Chelsea and Milton to discuss the intricacies of growing up in different cultures, their challenges, and a little bit about life in Japan as a foreigner.

How to Sleep

How to Sleep in Uncertain Times

Proper sleep is a fundamental part of a healthy, productive life. Knowing how to sleep and having a good relationship with it is probably the most important contributor to weight balance, a clear mind and a strong immune system.

Don't Tell my Grandma Podcast

ADD/ADHD and Staying Still

Episode 2 will cover the quirks and hang ups that we’ve witnessed and experienced with ADD/ADHD. There are extra issues that challenge a relationship involving ADD/ADHD, but we’re here to share how we are learning to laugh at ourselves, let go, and communicate with compassion.

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