69: Quick Tips, Your Empty Nest Coach Getting Help with Beauty & Less Guilt with College Majors and School Breaks Featuring 5 Kilo Traveller, Deirdre Dolan Nesline, Jo Davies, Rachel Lankester & Katy Oliveira

69: Quick Tips:  Getting Help with Beauty & Less Guilt with College Majors and School Breaks Featuring 5 Kilo Traveller, Deirdre Dolan Nesline, Jo Davies, Rachel Lankester & Katy Oliveira

Hello, my ah-mazing empty nest friend!
 
Enjoy this Quick Tips team episode.
 

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Tips Shared in this Episode: 

  1. Traveling Tip: Take Less
  2. DeCluttering: Don’t Accept Guilt Items
  3. Humorous Observation: When Your Child is Home For Break
  4. How You are Like the Leaves of a Tree
  5. College Experiences vs. College Major
  6. Get Help

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Full Transcript

For those who are freaking out about the empty nest years. It is time to make the rest of your life the best of your life!

Your Empty Nest Coach Podcast, Episode 23: When do I need a therapist and how do I find a good one?

Hello, my Empty Nest Friend!
 
In this episode, my guest, Callan Olive, walks us through the difference between life coaches, therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists and more! She also give us hints on how to find a therapist.
 
Take a listen, or read the transcript, below.
 
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What You Will Learn in this Episode

  • When is a good time to use a life coach?
  • When do I need a therapist?
  • The difference between a Psychologist & Psychiatrist.
  • When to know I need help with the thoughts in my head.
  • About Callan’s podcast: ImperfectMe – Women.
  • And more!

Episode Questions for You To Consider

  1. How do you feel about therapy vs. life coaching?
  2. Did this episode answer questions or bring up questions for you?

Episode Resources

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Full Transcript

For those who are freaking out about the empty nest years. It is time to make the rest of your life the best of your life!

Changes in four years since I first created this page: moved twice as a family, navigated all four years of out of state college for daughter (now graduated), I lost weight, started taking better care of myself, started working full-time while building this business, turned 50-years-old, hubby above is now ex-hubby, got a great new job, cranked out 150+ podcast episodes, attended my first podcasting conference, spoke at the next one, and just bought a manufactured home for me (and my daughter for as long as she needs to be there) to live in, changed my last name, podcast hit 100K downloads, and I’m working on a book!

Empty Nest Success doesn’t always look like over the moon happiness. Sometimes, it looks like accepting what is, processing emotions, and moving forward as peacefully as possible with little drama – and that feels amazing!