It's Not A Crisis

By Doryn Wallach

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Hosted by Doryn Wallach, It's Not A Crisis is a podcast for women in their late 30s and 40s who are navigating the joys and challenges of life and learning to make the most of it. With each episode, Doryn invites a different expert to join her in offering their best advice. Topics will include positive thinking, hormone health, sexual health, growing with your partner, style, tweens/teen advice, small business advice, dating after divorce, finding yourself, beauty and much more! Listeners can expect empathy, sharp insights, and plenty of totally honest (maybe even embarrassing) revelations.


“It’s easy to feel suddenly lost in this decade,” says Doryn. “We’re not young, but we’re definitely not old either. This is a podcast where we’ll figure it out together.”


ABOUT DORYN


Doryn is an award-winning fine jewelry designer and former interior designer, social worker, radio show host and lifestyle blogger. Feeling lost in her 40s, she started reaching out to her network of friends — including experts in beauty, health, parenting, fashion, business and more — to help find her path. Her podcast “It’s Not a Crisis” was born when Doryn realized that her search for answers could help other women navigate their journeys as well.


Doryn holds an AA  in interior design from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and a BA in human services, counseling and sociology from Simmons College. She also studied social work at NYU.  


Doryn lives in New York City with her husband, teenage daughter and tween-age son.


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Renovating and Staying Together
15:50

How can you go through a renovation and not completely ruin your relationship or marriage? Is it even possible? This topic has been on my mind for quite a while, having recently moved into a new home. I’ll be sharing 5 specific tips that you can apply to your situation in order to maintain your sanity while moving, redecorating or renovating a home. I’m no expert, but I have plenty of experience, both professionally and personally, and I hope you can learn even from my mistakes, as I did.

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Feb 27, 2021
Understanding Gen X Women
51:42

In this episode I am honored to be joined by author Ada Calhoun. You won't be able to put her book down if you're part of Generation X. In this interview we touch on the specifics of Gen X, why they’re considered ‘the middle child of America’, what defines their dynamics now and we also talk about their marriage, parenting, affairs, singleness and much more.

Journalist Ada Calhoun is the author of NYC history St. Marks Is Dead, essay collection Wedding Toasts I'll Never Give, and Gen-X-defining New York Times bestseller Why We Can't Sleep. In addi­tion to writ­ing her own books, Cal­houn is an A‑list ghost­writer, hav­ing col­lab­o­rat­ed on fif­teen major nonfiction books, includ­ing sev­er­al New York Times bestsellers.

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Feb 20, 2021
Boundaries in Relationships
1:00:46

Welcome back to another episode on relationships where, this time, we talk about boundaries. I’m joined again by Mazi Robinson, who was also a guest on episode 5, and this time she shares her wisdom with us on what boundaries are, how you can set them in different types of relationships, how sometimes lack of reaction is can be a boundary you set and what the role of forgiveness is in our conflicts.

Mazi Robinson is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Atlanta specializing in helping women discover their true voice as they navigate women’s issues, healthy relationships, self worth, personal growth and development, leadership development, living with purpose, life stage transitions, and motherhood. She is so wise and insightful and I’m grateful to have her back on the show.

You can get in touch with Mazi at mazirobinson.com cultivateatlanta.com @cultivateatlanta

Also check out the book she mentions: Beyond Boundaries

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Feb 13, 2021
Finances in Midlife
54:14

Money is such an important part of our society and lives that you can’t really avoid it. Sooner or later you’ll need to address it with your partner, roommate, sibling etc. In this episode I’m joined by Jenn Uhen as we discuss how to approach discussions about finances, what to do about investments in our 30s and 40s and even about retirement plans.

Jenn Uhen heard from many women that they will start investing “someday,” or that growing up they were taught to save their money. They weren’t taught the benefit of “investing in themselves” or investing on their own. Jenn built The Pledgettes to democratize access to financial experts, build a supportive space for women to evolve their relationship with money, and create connections so no woman is going after her personal financial goals alone.

You can reach out to Jenn via email at jenn@thepledgettes.com and check out their website at thepledgettes.com

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Feb 07, 2021
Rapid Transformational Therapy
43:57

Today, we discuss an interesting form of therapy, that has proven effective in dealing with past trauma, among many other things. Natalie Ryan Hebert is joining me, as we dig into what Rapid Transformational Therapy is, how it can help with many of the issues we face as women in our 40’s, including inner child work and mom guilt. Natalie shares the story of her struggles and how her life was changed when she discovered RTT, by stumbling upon Marisa Peer online one day.

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a super therapy developed and fine-tuned over thirty years by world-renowned therapist Marisa Peer. It combines the most effective principles of Hypnotherapy, NLP, Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to bring unparalleled results in one to three sessions.

Natalie was one of the first in Denmark to become certified as an RTT Practitioner, trained by Marisa, and she continues ongoing coaching and development with her and her team. She also works closely with a group of Psychologists, coaches and Psychotherapists who all agree this is the most effective method they have ever used or encountered.

You can find Natalie at natalieryanhebert.com and on Instagram @natalieryanhebert

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Jan 30, 2021
Finding Help for Women with PMDD and PME
44:50

In this episode, I am joined by Laura Murphy, who is a Director of Education and Awareness at IAPMD - International Association for Premenstrual Disorders. Laura has been kind enough to share her story of struggling with PMDD for 17 years until she was diagnosed. She has been through dark times, like many of you may be experiencing even now, but her story is one of positivity, support and a newfound passion to help other women. We touch more on PMDD, PME (Premenstrual Exacerbation) and PMS and how they affect lives in different ways.

IAPMD is a great resource for women going through PMDD - a resource that has helped me a lot through my journey. I knew I wanted to share this with as many women as I can, so I invited Laura on the show. IAPMD was founded in 2013 as the National Association for Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder by Amanda LaFleur and Sandi MacDonald. Their mission is to inspire hope and end suffering for those affected by premenstrual disorders through peer support, education, research and advocacy. They have programs that you can be a part of, as well as many support groups and other amazing resources.

Check them out at iapmd.org

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Jan 25, 2021
Understanding Generational Differences
51:21

Welcome back to another episode! This one is as interesting and educational as it is fun. Have you ever wondered why your mentality is so different from other generations? We’ll try to find out how we can manage to understand and communicate within the relationships that we have in our lives, with our children, our parents, coworkers, employers and so on.

Generational expert Meagan Johnson is joining us in this episode to share her analysis and insights regarding each generation’s sign posts - basically what defines their thinking. You’ll learn more about the behaviour of Baby Boomers, Gen X’s, Millenials and even our beloved children, Gen Z’s.

Meagan is a “Generational Humorist” and challenges her audiences to think differently and act decisively when dealing with multiple generations. She is also a talented public speaker and each one of her presentations is packed full of amazing information and the funniest jokes.

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Jan 16, 2021
Vanessa Williams: Wise Women Over 50
47:30

In this episode, I am joined by the super talented and dynamic, Vanessa Williams, as we continue our Wise Women Over 50 series. I am so honored to have Vanessa on my show and to be able to chat with her about her personal life and family, her past, her experience as a mother of 4 and her very accomplished career.

As many of you already know, Vanessa Williams is one of the most respected and multi-faceted performers in the entertainment industry today. She is vastly experienced in the entertainment industry and has earned countless awards, even being the first woman of African-American descent to ever receive the Miss America Award 1984. She is currently involved in many endeavours, from music, to film and television, writing children’s books starring on Broadway and giving back through charity work.

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Jan 09, 2021
Coping With Emotional Immaturity
1:05:11

In this episode, Doryn chats with Dr. Lindsay Gibson, a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist. They talk about the effects that emotionally immature people (especially parents) can have on us even as adults, how we can manage our relationships with them and heal the conflicts that we’ve had with them.

Dr. Gibson holds both a Masters and Doctoral Degree in clinical psychology. She has been a psychotherapist for over thirty years, working in diverse settings such as the Juvenile Court system, community mental health, psychiatric hospitals, group practice, and solo practice. She is also the author of Who You Were Meant to Be, Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents and Recovering from Emotionally Immature Parents. Since its publication in 2015, her second book has been a repeated Amazon #1 bestseller in its category and has been translated into fourteen languages.

You can find Dr. Gibson’s book on Amazon here

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Dec 26, 2020
Annie Potts: Wise Women Over 50
55:22

Today we continue our Wise Women Over 50 Series with my friend, Annie Potts. Annie shares her life experience as a woman, a mother with a formidable career, and a wife, while we try to feed off of her amazing energy and wisdom. We share the funny story of how we met, as well as both my son’s and her son’s ADHD and her overall love and respect for women, equality and change. We laugh a lot too!

Annie Potts is an award winning Hollywood actress, staring in many well known shows and movies, like “Young Sheldon”, “Designing Women”, "Pretty in Pink", "Ghostbusters", “Love & War”, “Toy Story” and many more. She is also a Broadway actress, a board member and drama professor Stephens College in Missouri, an ambassador for White Pony Express and a children’s book author. She and her husband, director/producer Jim Hayman joined another industry couple to form “All Are One,” an organization created to alleviate the suffering of so many folks during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Their focus is to gather donations to gift anonymously to people in need.  The initiative kicked off in Northern California and is now expanding across the country.

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Dec 19, 2020
Finding Love In Your 30's and 40's
49:57

My wonderful guest and Author, Christine Chang shares her experience with dating before she found her husband. 'Is there something wrong with me?’ - the question that most women who are dating are asking themselves constantly. Christine was motivated by this feeling and chose to write her book so that women who experience the same thing will know that they’re not alone. I hope EVERYONE will listen to this episode, it's just two women in their 40's talking about finding love, but I share some lessons I've learned from my 17 year marriage, my parents marriage and more. Learn more about how to know yourself better, how to set up expectations, how to ask your date the best questions to know them and also how to ask yourself the best questions.

Check out Christine’s book ‘SHOW UP: Finding Love for Independent Women’ as well as her website and podcast at christinechang.com

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Dec 12, 2020
Returning to Work In Your 40’s
39:43

In this episode, I am joined by Hilani Ellis, as we discuss practical ways to get back into the workforce in your 40’s. How do you know when you should get back? What career should you choose now? How do you find the job that fits you best? We touch on all these topics and many more.

Hilani Ellis is the founder of Exceptional Admins, a company that helps executives find the perfect admins for their business. She has been coined a CEO Assistant Matchmaker by her clients because of her special abilities to recognize the compatibility between two employees. Her experience and process will definitely prove insightful to many of you who are on the verge of taking this next step.

Visit Hilani’s website here.

Also check out her own podcast Exceptional Admins

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Dec 05, 2020
Real Deal on Perimenopause & Menopause
54:56

It is my honor to have Dr. Lee Cohen on for this episode. He is an expert in this field that has so many unknowns. Plus, he has been of huge help to me in understanding the struggles that I’ve shared in previous episodes, which some of you are also experiencing. We talk everything Perimenopause, PMDD, Menopause and much more. If you like this episode, please be sure to spread it around because I know it will bring relief to other women.

Dr. Lee Cohen is director of the Center for Women's Mental Health at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the first incumbent of the Edmund and Carroll Carpenter Chair in Psychiatry in Women's Mental Health at Harvard Medical School. He is a national and international leader in the field of women's mental health and was among the founders of the field of perinatal and reproductive psychiatry. His work spans research, teaching, and clinical care in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders as well as women's reproductive psychiatric disorders.

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Nov 28, 2020
Thinking About Divorce
49:14

You can be perfectly happy in your marriage and listen to this episode. Have you ever thought about being divorced? Don’t lie, we all have at some point! Even if just imagining a worst case scenario, everyone has thought about it. Divorce can be a really difficult process that can affect more people than just the couple involved. In this episode, we will discuss the reality of divorce, how to make it more manageable, how to find support and what practical steps to take for the best possible outcome.

Elise is the founder of UNtied, the Thinking Woman’s Divorce Resource. When Elise first entered the separation process in 2010, she felt desperate to reach out to other women who’d been through it. A graduate of Columbia Journalism School, she worked in documentary film and later as a reporter/writer for magazines like New York and Gourmet, before launching UNtied in 2013. Her passion is to connect divorcing women to each other as well as to the most experienced and competent professionals in all fields related to their needs.

Resources mentioned:

untied.net

elise@untied.net.

The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce: The 25 Year Landmark Study

ACOD

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Nov 21, 2020
Wise Women Over 50 Series
1:00:45

This is the first episode of a larger series called “Wise Women Over 50”, where we’ll be joined by dynamic women who have successfully navigated the midlife transition and have come out stronger and wiser. They will be sharing their experiences, their knowledge, their ups and downs and the POSITIVE outcomes of their lives.

What better way to kick of the series, then with Doryn's mother, Arlene. This is without a doubt the funniest episode we’ve had so far. Arlene is an amazing woman, very youthful, open-minded and she’s sharing with us some of her life experiences including going through a divorce, perimenopause, dating in her 40’s and much more.

We really hope this episode will bring a smile on your face and even help you through whatever season you’re in right now.

Check out the Instagram Page Doryn has created for her mom.

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Nov 13, 2020
Get Your Business Idea Started
43:25

In this episode, with Dawn Nadeau of Two Cents Riot, we touch on 5 practical and important steps for every woman who is thinking about starting a business. In addition to covering the business side, we also discuss the importance of self-awareness and acknowledging your strengths, weaknesses and passions before your launch.

Dawn is a serial founder, an experienced businesswoman and she is super-passionate about helping other women to get started. She is a partner in TwoCents Riot, a company that works with aspiring entrepreneurs, side-hustlers, in-place pioneers and lean teams. They provide company and product naming services, home business and start-up strategy and resume coaching to help founders and individuals move from ideation to execution.

Dawn has been featured in a variety of publications and on television, including NBC, ABC, Fast Company, Advertising Age, Marie Claire, Today.com, Huffington Post, Forbes.comSlate.com, The Guardian, and the BBC to name a few. She’s also an expert on self defense and children, the first woman in the United States to be certified as a G1-Instructor in Krav Maga and coincidentally her daughter is best friends with Doryn’s daughter.

Resources mentioned in this episode:

https://www.fastcompany.com/section/mentorship

https://www.twocentsriot.com/

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Nov 07, 2020
Normalizing Grief
55:50

In this episode, Doryn is joined by Litsa Williams of What’s Your Grief as they discuss what defines grief and the way that everybody goes through it. Grief is not what people traditionally think it is. It’s much more than suffering from the loss of a loved one. It’s actually a transition, much like midlife. This episode will open up a whole new perspective on what grief is and how it works through various stages of life.

Litsa Williams is a cofounder of the grief community What's Your Grief. She has been working in the field of grief and loss for 12 years before founding this community. What's Your Grief offers in-person support, including workshops, trainings and support groups, plus online support, including articles on all topics around grief and loss, a weekly podcast and online courses.

Be sure to check out the resources mentioned in the episode:

whatsyourgrief.com

tenpercent.com

drkendoka.com

Make sure to access What's Your Grief online resources. Litsa was kind enough to set up a discount code for our listeners, so make sure to use the coupon code "itsnotacrisis" for 20% off.

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Oct 31, 2020
PMDD & Perimenopause - Part 2
15:37

Doryn shares her journey and challenges with PMDD - Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder. PMDD is a severe form of premenstrual syndrome that includes physical and behavioral symptoms that usually resolve with the onset of menstruation.

PMDD causes extreme mood shifts that can disrupt work and damage relationships. Symptoms include extreme sadness, hopelessness, irritability, or anger, plus common premenstrual syndrome symptoms such as breast tenderness and bloating. Drugs and lifestyle changes may help.

By sharing her story, Doryn hopes to reach other women so that they will reach out to their healthcare professionals and seek help and not be ashamed. With more women telling their stories, it hopefully brings more research and information for the future of our daughters and grandchildren. If you have found ways to resolve your PMDD, please reach out. DM on Instagram (@itsnotacrisispodcast) or email itsnotacrisis@gmail.com

Resources: 

Womenshealth.gov

https://iapmd.org/ - for self evaluation and resources

Facebook Groups:

pmddmoms

iapmd

PMDDinfo

Additional:

Alvarado Sprouted Bread

Ten Percent App

Nounos Yogurt

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Oct 24, 2020
PMDD & Perimenopause - Part 1
19:11

In part one of this personal journey, Doryn opens up about her lifetime battle with hormones. She explains perimenopause, her battle with PPD & PMDD and her experience dealing with doctors, medication, psychiatrists as well as explaining what perimenopause is. In later shows, she will be bringing in experts on this subject to cover all areas. 

Part Two of this segment will go into her PMDD journey and more of what that is...

You are not alone! There are many of us that go through the same issues and suffer silently. Each experience is unique. While Doryn is not an expert, she shares her own particular experience in the hopes that you will be able to apply some aspects to your life and help to seek support. 

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Some useful information that is shared in this episode:

Metformin/Glumetza https://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-144868/glumetza-oral/details (ask your doctor if it's an option for you if your periods are irregular.)

Flo App - https://flo.health/

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Oct 17, 2020
Fashion Isn't Just About Fashion
41:43

Practical tips from a former Net-A-Porter New York City based personal stylist, Nicole Russo. This is not just for fashion enthusiasts, this is for every woman. We dig deep into the psychology of what you're wearing as well as what is appropriate at our age. How do you make sure your wardrobe doesn’t get stuck years behind and actually transitions along with you through your life?

Nicole is a fashion and shopping expert, but she’s also passionate about people and finding out their personality. She works one-on-one with her clients to help them discover who they truly are and how they can dress in a way that helps them own the room every single day. Shopping for clothes doesn’t have to be stressful, and with her help it won’t be. She also does virtual help for those of you who are interested. You can listen to Nicole as she brings her expertise in this episode, and hopefully take away some key points that you can apply to your own life.

In less than a decade, Nicole has styled hundreds of people, sat front row at NYFW, been featured in Fast Company, and spent over four years working at luxury powerhouse NET-A-PORTER. She blends the technical side of fashion and retail to build your ideal wardrobe in an efficient, fun way. One that fine-tunes your personal style and brings you an overall more fulfilling life.

You can connect with Nicole at letsgetyou.com as well as on Instagram @_letsgetyou

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Oct 10, 2020
Business, Motherhood & Balance
11:50

This new solo episode tackles an important aspect of being a woman, wife, and a mother and having a career at the same time. Many of us struggle with finding the right balance between family and career - we want to have both and be efficient in both these areas. And I believe we can! There’s no reason to give up either on having a career or having a family. All it takes is to find a natural balance that works best for your own situation.

Doryn will be sharing 5 practical tips from her own personal experience as both an experienced business owner, a mother of two and tips that you can use to find a balance in your life. Some of these tips will be extremely helpful for you, especially now during this pandemic.

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Links to Products/ Websites Mentioned:

care.com

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Oct 05, 2020
Beauty Tips For A More Youthful Look
59:17

Welcome back to another episode of It’s Not a Crisis, with your host Doryn Wallach. This time, we tackle a new subject, beauty. Our guest, Michelle Spieler is Hollywood makeup veteran and a true expert on all things beauty, skincare and health. We’ll go through 5 practical steps every woman can take in order to maintain their looks, even if midlife slowly but surely sets in. We also have loads of fun, talking about plenty of subjects from skincare regime, hydration, skin glow, our new passion for TikTok for the over 30 crowd!

You can connect with Michelle either on her website michellespieler.com or on her Instagram @michellemspieler and you absolutely MUST check out her TikTok @cleanbeautybabe

Others mentioned in the episode:

Products:

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Sep 10, 2020
Starting a Business
17:54

We are all starting new chapters of life and reevaluating our current situations. Our children are getting older and many women in their 40's are considering new business ideas and working from home. Starting a new business, especially in the midst of current events, can be tricky. Doryn Wallach, is back with a first solo episode, where she shares her own experience as a businesswoman with a number of successful ventures to her portfolio. In this episode, you will learn 5 tips and tricks that you can apply to your own situation. Also, you get a little peek into Doryn’s personal life and experience.


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Aug 28, 2020
Online Dating Over 40
46:12

How to swipe right on the rest of your life with Dating Expert Amy Nobile

Amy Nobile is back for another episode, as she joins us again to discuss dating over 40. She touches on multiple topics - from setting up your dating profile, to figuring out first dates, how to banter, and much more.

Amy is the founder of LoveAmy.co, a dating concierge that specializes in building entire strategies for dating. She encourages women over 40 to set up healthy expectations for dating, to communicate clearly and boldly and to analyze who they are and who they’re looking to attract.

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Jul 31, 2020
Identity, Self-Worth & Purpose in Midlife
54:09

In this episode your host Doryn Wallach is joined by Atlanta-based therapist and speaker, and Founder/Director of Cultivate, Mazi Robinson. Cultivate is an organization which helps women cultivate joy, courage, and freedom in their lives. Her work focuses on helping women discover their true voice as they navigate self worth/self esteem challenges, relationship concerns, and life stage transitions. Join them as they talk about the midlife transition, identity, self-worth, purpose and other aspects that are important topics to women in all walks of life.

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Jul 08, 2020
Parenting Tweens & Teens Successfully
57:45

Join your host Doryn Wallach as she speaks with Positive Parenting Solutions founder and parenting coach, Amy McCready. Positive Parenting Solutions Online is a parenting course that empowers parents of toddlers and teens with the skills to correct misbehaviors permanently without nagging, reminding or yelling. In this episode, Amy talks about 5 amazing tools you can use to improve your response as a parent towards your teen or tween’s actions.

Positive Parenting Solutions Course

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Jun 23, 2020
Practical NOT Radical Nutrition
53:21

Join your host Doryn Wallach as she speaks with Real Nutrition founder and director Amy Shapiro about balancing wellness and nutrition in your 40's. This is practical advice and not another fad diet!

Real Nutrition is a NYC-based private practice dedicated to healthfully and successfully guiding clients to their optimal nutrition, weight, and overall wellness. They discuss healthy eating habits during quarantine, when to indulge, how to set goals, and much more.

Click here to find Amy!

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Further Food Collagen https://shop.furtherfood.com/collections/collagen-collection

Nounos Yogurt https://www.nounoscreamery.com/

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May 14, 2020
Breaking Down Our 40s
48:20

Join your host Doryn Wallach as she speaks with Amy Nobile, author of I Was A Really Good Mom Before I Had Kids and Just When You're Comfortable in Your Own Skin, It Starts to Sag: Rewriting the Rules to Midlife. They discuss hormones, self care, relationships, teens and how to make positive life changes.

For Amy's Book, click here.

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Mar 16, 2020
It's Not A Crisis Trailer
2:00

Join your host Doryn Wallach for It's Not A Crisis!

This is a podcast for women in their 40’s who are navigating the joys and challenges of midlife and learning to make the most of it! Each episode will feature a discussion with a new guest. Topics will include positive thinking, hormone health, growing with your partner, dating after divorce, and much more!

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Mar 02, 2020