Hope to Recharge

By Matana Poupko Jacobs

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The intention of this show is to bring hope and community to those who are personally struggling with depression and anxiety or has a loved one who is struggling with depression and anxiety. Each week we will hear from those who have personal experience dealing with mental health issues as well as experts in the mental health world; from therapists and doctors to healers. We want to be your support system by sharing real stories and proving that community is vital to recovery. Together we can break the stigma around depression and anxiety and bring HOPE to the world.

Episode Date
Gratitude Meditation with David Scheiner
41:29

It is no secret that I love the subject of gratitude. However, after recently going through a meditation led by our guest this week, David Scheiner, I realized that there was another level that I wanted to take my meditation and gratitude practice.

David is a chiropractor who not only helps align others physically but also mentally and spiritually. From a young age, he says that he has always been fascinated by the spiritual and able to maintain a state of “calm”. He now helps others tune in and find inner peace despite the stressors that life may throw their way.

In today’s episode, David shares with us why he believes that there is a “still” pond inside all of us and how we can become the “silent observer” to the stressors in our lives. He also talks about how meditation equips us with the “space of freedom” to fully accept others and those around us and find the “gift” in suffering.

 David also leads us through a POWERFUL meditation that left me almost speechless at the end. If you struggle with overwhelming anxiety or wonder hope you can find hope in seemingly hopeless situations, this episode is FOR you! Let us know what you think by connecting with us on our Facebook group, because as always, together is better.  

 

Connect with David:

Website: http://davidscheiner.com

Email: David@davidscheiner.com

 

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Resources mentioned: 

Hope for the Flowers: https://www.amazon.com/Hope-Flowers-Trina-Paulus/dp/0809117541

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Topics Discussed:

  • How to be calm and remain in the moment.
  • How to find peace and purpose in suffering.
  • The power of the present moment.

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Jul 18, 2019
Overcoming Depression After a Friend's Suicide with Andreas Zapletal
40:52

I am excited to introduce you to consultant, project manager, runner, and listener of the show, Andreas Zapletal whom I recently got to know through a mutual networking group that we are in. I am so grateful that Andreas reached out after listening to the show and generously shared his own mental health story with me. After hearing it, I knew I wanted to introduce him to you because his story is one many of us can relate to.

Andreas says that he has dealt with forms of depression since childhood but it wasn’t until he endured the loss of a close friend that he really took a long look at his physical and mental health and knew that there needed to be massive changes. He then began the journey to get into physical shape and through that discovered that running also had a positive influence on his depressive symptoms. 

In this powerful conversation, Andreas shares with us about how through this process he learned that he was putting too much of his self-worth in his work and the importance of living with strong values and making your health and family as a priority. We also talk about the moment he had to have a difficult conversation with his daughter about his friends suicide and how that was a wake-up call for him personally to pursue health. 

Andreas also encourages us to reach out to someone if we are struggling. If you need someone to talk to please do not hesitate to reach out to our Facebook community. Remember, together is better.

 

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Topics Discussed:

  • The importance of keeping stress levels at a manageable point.
  • How to find purpose through tragedy.
  • How to honor giving a loved one “space” but also being “there” for them. 

 

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Connect with Andreas:

Email: sfchiro@bellsouth.net

 

 

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Jul 16, 2019
In Loving Memory Of My Dear Cousin Dr. Avigail Rock (Attitude with Gratitude)
08:04

Can you find gratitude in the midst of grief? 

 

This week, on my birthday, my first cousin Avigail lost her battle to cancer, leaving behind a husband and five children. She was a brilliant woman and we will miss her terribly. Through this loss, I learned an important lesson that I want to share with you in today’s episode.

 

After her passing, I began to reflect on my life and the importance of being grateful for each day. We are not guaranteed tomorrow and I realized that I needed to be grateful for every day of my life. Although my birthday was a difficult day to celebrate, I did a small practice that was very powerful and want to challenge you to join me.

 

I took my 43rd birthday as an opportunity to make a list of 43 memories that I am grateful for. Each year of my life I reflected on and was overwhelmed with gratitude. This practice was incredibly eye-opening for me because I started to remember the precious memories that I had forgotten.

 

Today I invite you to join me. Even through grief and sadness there is always hope. Join our private Facebook community and let us know about your own list, and the memories you are grateful for. Because as always, together is better.

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Topics Discussed:

  • Finding gratitude in grief.
  • Being grateful for the life we live and appreciating each day.
  • A challenge to make a gratitude list.

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Jul 11, 2019
Using Bipolar to Make a Big Difference in the World with Zahava List
01:19:52

This week we are sharing the POWERFUL story of Zahava List, the co-founder of Chazkeinu an organization that provides peer support and resources for Jewish women struggling with mental illness. Zahava’s passion for mental wellness began from her own story which she graciously shares with us today.

 

After delivering her first child, a baby boy, Zahava started experiencing manic episodes along with dark depression. She later was diagnosed with Bipolar 1 and began her journey of recovery along with mothering three more children. She shares with us what it was like to be a new mother and struggle with this illness and how she navigated the ups and downs of these major life changes all at once.

 

In this episode, we not only hear her powerful story, but learn more about bipolar, why breaking stigma is so important, and why we need to lean into a community and not suffer alone. We also find out how she used her struggles to find the courage not only for herself but for the countless amount of women that her organization reaches. Zahava provides so much hope to those who are struggling and we hope this episode encourages you that no matter what you may be suffering from, there is always hope.

 

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Connect with Zahava and her Organization Chazkeinu:

Website: https://chazkeinu.org/

Phone Number: 314-346-7414

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Chazkeinu/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chazkeinu/

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Topics Discussed:

  • Why healing goes much deeper than symptoms simply “stopping”. 
  • Going through pregnancy and caring for an infant while dealing with mental illness.
  • How to find meaning from pain.

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Jul 09, 2019
The Impact of Receiving Gratitude Graciously (Attitude with Gratitude)
08:05

Do you struggle receiving thanks? Or compliments? If someone expresses gratitude to you, do you shake it off or struggle with knowing what to say? This week on Attitude with Gratitude, we are discussing how to receive gratitude and why it is so important to do so. 

For my entire life, I have struggled with receiving gratitude from others. I believe this comes from wanting to be humble, or perhaps an insecurity, but I know it isn’t a healthy habit. I notice that when I thank others they receive it graciously which makes me feel good as the one who says “thank you”. So why do I have a hard time receiving it myself? 

I recently did a little research on this topic and in this episode share with you what I find. I want to be open with my own journey to hopefully help you learn how to receive gratitude yourself. I love the topic of gratitude and reflecting on it every week. It challenges me in my own journey and my own habits and I hope it does for you as well.

This week I invite you to reflect on how you receive gratitude and how you respond to others. If you have any thoughts or tips please join our private Facebook community and share with us your experience. Remember together is better!

 

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Join the conversation in our Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/2079694042156503/

 

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Check out our new website! https://hopetorecharge.com/

 

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Topics Discussed:

  • Why we should consider the other person when giving and receiving gratitude.
  • The ripple effect of gratitude (both giving and receiving).
  • How to overcome the insecurity of receiving thanks. 

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Jul 04, 2019
Tips on How to Cope with Borderline Personality Disorder
01:09:12

Do you or someone you love suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)? In today’s episode, I had the honor of sitting down with entrepreneur, and music enthusiast, Paul Sokol as he generously shares with us about his experiences with BPD and how it has affected him both professionally and personally. 

 

I first connected with Paul after reading a powerful (and vulnerable) post that he made on social media about his mental health journey. In our conversation, Paul opens up about his resistance to seek treatment and why since then, he is now an advocate for others to seek professional help.

 

Paul shares with us the common symptoms of BPD as well suggests tools for coping including DBT therapy, emotional wheels, and affirmations. We also talk about how loved ones can support those with BPD and why money should never be used as an excuse to keep you from seeking help.

 

If you need a supportive community please find us on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2079694042156503/


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Resources mentioned: 

 

Book : I Hate You Don’t Leave Me: https://www.amazon.com/Hate-You-Dont-Leave-Understanding-Personality/dp/0399536213

Stop Walking on Eggshells (For those supporting loved one with BPD):

https://www.amazon.com/Stop-Walking-Eggshells-Borderline-Personality/dp/1572246901


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Topics Discussed:

  • What is Borderline Personality Disorder?
  • How to handle relationships when someone has BPD.
  • What is the emotional mind, rational mind, and the “wise mind”
  • Overcoming the fear of being diagnosed.

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Connect with Paul Sokol:

Website: http://www.PaulSokol.me

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/voyicks/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnderTheHair

 

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Jul 02, 2019
Gratitude Thanking People (Attitude with Gratitude)
11:55

In this week’s Attitude of Gratitude, I wanted to do something a little bit different. Over the past couple of weeks, we have been talking about finding gratitude in things or situations that we have in our lives. In today's episode, I wanted to talk about being grateful for PEOPLE. Specifically, those who do very small, seemingly insignificant acts of kindness or service for us.

I learned about the importance of this form of gratitude from one of my friends who taught me about always being thankful and kind to everyone. He went above and beyond to help everyone feel appreciated, like the waitress at the restaurant, or the person at the checkout counter. 

It is important to allow yourself to really FEEL gratitude for the small things and truly SEE the good that others are doing for us. This doesn’t just affect us but causes a ripple effect of positive energy which will continue to influence others. Connect with us and let us know about a small act of service that you showed gratitude for this week. Join the conversation in our Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/2079694042156503/

 

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Topics Discussed:

  • How we can use gratitude as a ripple effect.
  • Why we should give accelerated (and authentic) thanks.
  • The importance of seeing others that are not often thanked.

 

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Jun 27, 2019
Coping with Depression and Anxiety and Taking on Travel at the Same Time with Mari Stracke
57:54

How do you handle depression and anxiety when you travel? What about when there are major life changes and you feel alone? How can you lean on others and use gratitude to pull you through some of the darkest of times?

 

This week I had the honor of connecting with mental health advocate, actor, artist, and comedian, Mari Stracke. I first discovered her on Instagram (@MariStracke) and fell in love with the work that she was doing around mental health. What struck me the most was how open she was about her struggles.

 

In our interview, Mari shares with us incredible tips like how she uses heat, writing letters to herself, and even chocolate to cope with her depression and anxiety. We also talk about the importance of identifying your support system and why taking tiny steps everyday matters. Mari shares that she has never had shame asking for help and we hope that this episode encourages you to connect with someone who can support you on this journey. Because as always, together is better.

 

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Connect with Mari:

 

Website: https://www.maristracke.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maristracke

 

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Topics Discussed:

  • How to deal with depression and anxiety during travel.
  • How loved ones can show support to someone dealing with depression and anxiety.
  • Tools you can add to your “toolbox” to cope with depression and anxiety.

 

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Jun 25, 2019
Gratitude Works (Attitude with Gratitude)
08:40

This week, I share with you another powerful book that has helped transform the way that I practice gratitude and use gratitude to shift my energy. The book is called Gratitude Works by Robert Emmons. Even if you already practice gratitude his research and practical tips will help take you the next LEVEL.

We talk about the importance of being specific with what you are grateful for, how you can elaborate on your gratitude to find new things to be grateful for and really FEEL happiness in the small things. I highly recommend that you check out this incredible resource.

Every Thursday, we encourage you to welcome gratitude in your life. There is so much research about gratitude and there is never enough material about it. Please head over to our Facebook group and let us know what you are grateful for and if you get a chance to read this book what your thoughts are. Join our group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2079694042156503/

 

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Resources mentioned:

Gratitude Works by Robert Emmons: https://www.amazon.com/Gratitude-Works-Creating-Emotional-Prosperity/dp/1118131290/

 

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Topics Discussed:

  • Why we should “set an intention” when practicing gratitude.
  • Why we should “elaborate” when practicing gratitude.
  • How gratitude helps us get out of a rut

 

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Jun 20, 2019
A Neuroscientist’s Personal Mental Health Journey with Dr. Selena Bartlett
59:26

Can your brain CHANGE? Do we have the power to rewire unhealthy patterns, reverse years of bad habits, and create a new future for ourselves? Our guest this week says that we can and that our brains are MUCH more powerful than we could even imagine.

 

This week, I had the honor of interviewing Selena Bartlett, a neuroscientist, about her personal experience with mental illness and why she believes our brains are much more powerful than we are told. She shares with us a very moving story about a sister she lost to mental illness and how that experience has shifted her perception of the mental health field and her own career.

 

We also dig into the small changes that we need to make to begin the process of rewiring our brains and why “one-size” does not “fit all” when it comes to our mental health journey. The solutions Selena offers are simple, but of course not always easy. That is why we want to offer you a community of like-minded individuals who will walk you through the process of not only coping with mental health struggles but also THRIVING despite them.

 

Topics Discussed:

  • How long it takes to change connections in our brain.
  • What neuroplasticity is (and isn’t)
  • The effects of adverse childhood experiences.
  • Why love and attention is the antidote to most mental health struggles

 

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Jun 18, 2019
Does Gratitude Lead to Joy or Does Joy Lead to Gratitude? (Attitude with Gratitude)
08:51

I am reading a book right now by Melody Beattie, “Making Miracles in 40 Days.”  that has a unique perspective on gratitude. How do you find gratitude in your life when things are not going well? How do we make space for gratitude even in the darkest of times?  It is a short practice that I will be walking through over the next couple of weeks and I invite you to join me.

It’s not about not acknowledging things that are hard in your life. It is actually the opposite. It's about giving space for those emotions and TRULY feeling them. Sometimes when we block our emotions it blocks us from our goals because we are carrying negative energy.

I also share with you a perspective on this topic from one of my favorite teachers, Brene Brown. Brene shines a new light on the link between joy and gratitude that you do not want to miss.

Please share your gratitude in our community! Find us on Facebook and let’s support one another flex our gratitude muscles! https://www.facebook.com/groups/2079694042156503/

 

Topics Discussed:

  • How to find gratitude in the hard times.
  • The link between joy and gratitude (it's not what you may think!)
  • A 40-day challenge that I am going on (and invite you to)

 

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Resources:

Making Miracles in 40 Days: Melody Beattie

https://www.amazon.com/Make-Miracles-Forty-Days-Turning/dp/1439102163

 

Daring Greatly: Brene Brown https://www.amazon.com/Daring-Greatly-Courage-Vulnerable-Transforms/dp/1592408419/ref=sr_1_1?crid=XEUV23AE4PMO&keywords=daring+greatly&qid=1560360461&s=books&sprefix=daring+gr%2Cstripbooks%2C151&sr=1-1

 

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Jun 13, 2019
Find Your Mimi
27:58

One of the number one questions that I get about depression and anxiety is how to know when and who to confide in about your struggle. This can be a very lonely journey and you may be desperate to share with a loved one or a friend but you may worry about how they may take it or if they will treat you differently.

In today’s episode, I share my own experience of telling those I loved about my depression and anxiety. I will tell you about a very special friend, Mimi, who was instrumental in my recovery and gave me a platform to heal. We talk about how to reveal your struggle to others for the first time, how to know who you can confide in, and why sharing is key to recovery. Together is always better.

 

Topics Discussed:

  • How to know who to talk to and when about your mental health.
  • The importance of surrounding yourself with the right people.
  • How we can learn from others who are going through similar circumstances.

 

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Jun 11, 2019
How to Find Gratitude (Attitude with Gratitude)
08:24

Some days I wake up naturally full of gratitude. Others, it is harder to create a space for gratitude. In today’s episode, I invite you to find gratitude every day, even in the hard moments. Even if it is something small like being grateful for a glass of water or the fresh air outside, together we can find things to be grateful for. No matter how simple, these little moments add up and can have a huge impact on our lives.

I also share with you about why this Friday is significant to me and why I am personally grateful today.

I encourage you to find something that you are grateful for and share it with us. By sharing what you are grateful for you may be able to help someone else in this journey who may be struggling. Gratitude is a muscle that you exercise. Although it may not come naturally it is something that we can grow in and learn from together.

 

Topics Discussed:

  • A challenge for you to find one thing you are grateful for every day.
  • How to identify the “small” things you are grateful for.
  • Why I am grateful for going through this journey.

 

Connect with us and share what you are grateful for!

 

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Jun 06, 2019
Coping with Depression as a Creative Entrepreneur with Samantha Bennett
44:56

Would you consider yourself to be a “creative”? Did you know that it is common for creatives to struggle with depression and anxiety? How do you cope with mental illness when you have a business to run and creative work to produce?

We are speaking this week with the PERFECT person on this topic. The one and only Samantha Bennett joins us to share about her journey of struggling with “Atypical” depression and the implications that has had on her work. Samantha is a writer, speaker, actor, teacher and creativity/production specialist. She is also the author of “Get it Done: From Procrastination to Creative Genius in 15 Minutes a Day".

Samantha gives us valuable tips about how we can use “5-minute art”, the companionship of pets, and open communication with loved ones to cope with depression. Samantha is a powerhouse and shares openly about her journey. This is an episode that you do not want to miss!

 

Topics Discussed:

  • How Depression and Anxiety affected Samatha’s relationships
  • The importance of getting your feelings out on paper
  • How pets can help with depression and anxiety

 

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Jun 04, 2019
Attitude with Gratitude
13:59

In today’s episode, I am excited to share with you about our Thursday segment called Attitude with Gratitude. In these short solo episodes, I will share with you the importance of gratitude in recovery, what I am grateful for this week, and an encouragement to you to find the things in your life that you are grateful for.

 

After reading a book on gratitude, I decided to incorporate it into my daily practice. When you are struggling with depression and anxiety, it can be extremely difficult to practice gratitude. I have experienced the relief that gratitude can bring in the process of recovering from a mental illness, and although it is not easy, it is worth it. I am excited to share more of my journey with you and encourage you to tap into the power of gratitude in your own life.

 

Special Shout Outs:

She Podcasts

Podcast Movement

 

Topics Discussed:

  • Why gratitude is important to recovery.
  • How to “practice” gratitude and develop it like you would a muscle.
  • Special gratitude to those in my life who supported the launch of my show

 

Connect with us and share what you are grateful for!

 

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May 30, 2019
My Story of Struggling with Depression and Anxiety
31:08

In today’s episode, I share with you about my personal journey struggling with depression and anxiety. When I was in my forties I was hit with my first panic attack and learned first hand the detrimental toll that depression and anxiety can have on your life. I retell very personal details in this episode in hopes that my story will encourage you wherever you are at in your mental health journey.

My community played a huge role in my healing process. My friends and family taught me how important support is while dealing with depression and anxiety. I told God that when I recovered I would pay it forward and help others struggling with mental illness. In this episode, I dive deeper into my vision for this show and offer words of encouragement to you whether you personally are struggling or someone you love is struggling with these issues. We believe that there is always hope and together is always better.

 

Topics Discussed:

  • My life before depression and anxiety.
  • The night I experienced my first panic attack.
  • My journey towards healing and my new mission to help others

 

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May 29, 2019
Welcome to Hope to Recharge
06:36

Welcome to Hope to Recharge! In this episode, we introduce the concept of this show and share with you who it is for, and what you can expect from here.

Depression and anxiety is something that is very close to my heart. About nine years ago, I was a regular woman living a normal life, until one day I woke up under a full attack. It was only later that I discovered that this attack was a direct result of depression and anxiety. I then began my long journey towards recovery and learned the importance of hope and community.

Through this podcast, I want to pay it forward by providing the tools and resources that have helped me on my path as well as break the stigma often associated with mental health issues. We believe that together is better and together we will create the hope to recharge.  

 

Topics Discussed:

  • Why the Topic of Depression and Anxiety
  • What ‘Hope to Recharge’ Means
  • Who This Show is for and What to Expect

 

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May 21, 2019