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Be The Grown Woman In A Room Full Of Girls (and interview with Sarah Walton) ep-172

November 19th, 2020

She loved dancing.

When she saw The Nutcracker show as a little girl, she said “I want to do that!” to her mom.

She started training with the dance team, was sore all over her body.

She put her body and soul into this passion and craft.

She was Ecstatic. Elated. Happy.

Until she got the letter.

Listen to my interview with my business mentor, Sarah Walton, and our conversation about the limited belief “you can either take care of yourself or your family BUT you can’t have both”.

About Sarah Walton

Sarah Walton is a business mentor who’s been featured on The Today Show, speaks at women’s conferences all over the world and has helped hundreds of women start and grow businesses they LOVE.

She’s the voice behind the Game On Girlfriend Podcast, and she’s known for her weekly “Coffee With Coach” streaming video conversations on Monday mornings, her signature online courses, The Game On Girlfriend Project and The Heart-Centered Business Bootcamp.

She also runs her exclusive Manifest Mastermind, a 9-month development experience for women who are ready to live a platinum-level life. Sarah’s become the go-to source of inspiration, no-nonsense teaching and practical integration for women in business.

Highlights from today’s episode

  1. Sarah’s grocery store story
  2. How do you get over blaming your parents for your circumstances?
  3. Why do people get so scared of money and making money?
  4. What happens when we believe we don’t have control over our time?
  5. Why isn’t money as accessible for women as it is for men?
  6. The limiting beliefs women are conditioned to accept to stay small, be cute, or continue to believe they’re crazy.
  7. What’s the number #1 skill women have to develop to be successful in business?
  8. What would be possible on the planet if every woman unleashed her full potential instead of focusing on her weight and looks?
  9. What makes women so good in business?
  10. How not to be angry with all men for misogyny, toxic masculinity and patriarchy?

Show Notes

Take Back Control Worksheet

Course In Miracles Book

Think Like A Monk – Jay Shetty

Sarah Walton’s website

Game On Girlfriend Podcast

Sarah Walton’s FB page

IG: @thesarahwalton

Motherhood Stripped (ep-170)

October 1st, 2020

Today on the show you’ll hear my conversation with a fellow mama and coach, Erin Miller.

About Erin Joyce Miller

Erin is an author, small business owner, personal development mentor and host of her podcast Same Boat Huddle. She’s married to her best friend, mama to two kids, and a dog owner. She’s a lover of all music, lake life, taking pictures and everything high vibe.

After earning her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and pursuing her career in school counselling, she made the bold decision to leave her position to be a full-time mom and start her own photography business.

After personally experiencing and healing from severe anxiety in motherhood, Erin has shifted her small business to offer mentoring for mothers who suffer from anxiety and overwhelm giving them the tools they need to heal their anxiety one layer at a time through physical health, energetic awareness and scheduling hacks.

Her latest book, Motherhood Stripped, is a deep dive into understanding anxiety in motherhood followed by a comprehensive outline of tangible tools for mothers to use in managing their own anxiety.

Highlights from today’s interview

1. Erin’s story and what her to writing this book?

2. The title “Motherhood Stripped” and what she meant by that.

3. Why this is an important conversation for women and mothers right now?

4. What signs did you ignored from your body that led to you having anxiety and panic attacks?

5. How she got burnt out by engaging the wounded masculine and how that led her to push and earn the busy badge.

6. What will happen if women don’t take their lives back in a beautiful feminine way?

Show Notes/free gift:

Connect with Erin:

@erinjoyceco on Instagram

Invest in Yourself! (ep-147)

March 5th, 2020

Invest in yourself! No one can do this for you! 

What Frozen 2 Taught Me As A Woman

December 29th, 2019

For full show notes head on over to:


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Hate Seeing Yourself In The Mirror? [ep-108]

June 19th, 2019

Hey mama, 

Meet Linda. 

A 42-year-old wife and mama to two beautiful girls.

An executive at a thriving start-up company. 

She has everything she ever wanted. According to her parents she 'won' at life.

So why does she feel like crap?

She is confused.
She doesn't feel in control of her health.
She doesn't feel like she knows what she's doing. 
She knows that she had neglected herself and her marriage.
She has zero interest in sex (her husband is pissed off about it). 
She's afraid that she's screwing up her kids. 
She's burnt out. 
In other words, she is 'sucked dry'. 

Linda also can't stand seeing herself in the mirror. She hates her body. 
She wishes to be thinner and feels betrayed by her body. 

One thing Linda is sure of is that she is DONE. 

Done suffering. 
Done struggling. 
Done feeling stuck. 
Done feeling like a victim. 
Done complaining and bitching about how bad she feels. 

Linda is ready and willing to listen.


She had heard me say that today's women suffer because of two factors that drag women down. Until she learns to set herself free from both of those things she will continue to suffer. 

Wanna know what are those factors? Tune into today's podcast episode. 

Did you like this episode?

Would you please share it with one woman in your life who you know would benefit to hear this message? Share this on social media and tag me so I can say Thank You! Find me on IG @healthbeginswithmom and on FB - Dorit Palvanov. 

Enjoy listening! 

Sending you much love and healing, 



How Do You Mistreat Yourself? [ep-104]

May 16th, 2019

Hey love,

I hear from so many of you that you want to know more about me.

I love reading and whenever I pick up a new book the first thing I do is go straight to the acknowledgments portion because that's where I the 'real' person lives.

So I get it.

Today on the podcast I share more about myself, my journey and my health mission.

I talk about:

  • The various ways in which I see women mistreating themselves as women, wives, and mothers.
  • How my maternal lineage influenced me and why I didn't want my daughters to end up like them.
  • My motherhood journey and the healing I've experienced in that (still do).
  • My 'eat-pray-love' moment and what came out of that.
  • My mission as an embodiment coach for women.
  • My approach and how it looks like to work with me.

I hope you can find yourself in my story and know that you are not alone!

Whether you struggle with your relationships with people (parenting, marriage), your relationship with money (not clear what to do with your life/time, scarcity mindset, money wounds, etc), or with your relationship with your body and health, I want you to know that this can change.

All you need to do is decide.

Say "yes" to yourself.

Open your mind.

Slow down and listen.

Ask for help and wait.

It will happen.

Your feminine energy doesn't travel in the speed of Google. It needs time to simmer and cook before it manifests.

You got this!

If you're ready to say 'yes' to yourself (or willing to open your mind to it), head on over to my website and schedule a quick coffee chat with me.

I'm happy to hold space for you and help you create a plan of action in your way to change and heal from past conditioning and find the true you ;)

Here's the link: 

Ohh, and forgot to add, it's free.

You're welcome.

Sending you much love & healing,



“What If My Husband Would Want Time Off Too? I Can’t Handle The Kids All By Myself!” [ep-102]

May 2nd, 2019

Hey mama,

Today on the show I am doing a follow up from last episode (ep-101) where I talked about how to sleep in with a clean conscious and without responsibilities for just one day.

So many of you resonated with this message and I'm so glad!

One message I've received really touched my heart, so I am responding to it today:

Here's what one mama wrote:

"Thank you for the podcast! I understand you now! I will have to work on myself to get the guts to do something like that, or at the very least have a half day to myself. Confession, I know if I would do it, my husband will want to as well. Not sure I can handle the kids on my own for a full day and overnight. This is so shameful to admit, I can't believe I am telling you this."

Today's show is my response to her.

Enjoy listening and let me know if you have any questions related to this topic. If there's enough interest, I might do a series of Q&A.

Sending you much love & healing,




What Do You Desire? [EP-100]

April 10th, 2019

Hey mama,

100 EPISODES!!! Can you believe?

Today I am celebrating our 100th episode by walking you through a powerful exercise that will help you feel more connected to yourself and to your "WHY".

Why do you do what you do? Why do you bother to become a better woman, wife, and mother? Why do you wake up early every day? Why do you buy healthy food? Why do you plan your meals? Why do you want the kids to eat healthily? Why do you buy books, listen to podcasts? Why do you hire coaches and healers? Why?

If like me, you want to live a life full of meaning, intent, and passion, this is the place to start.

I highly recommend listening to this show with a pen and paper (preferably a journal) as you will want to record the insights that are coming up for you.

If you are a recovering pleaser and "good girl" like I am, this will be very helpful.

Your desires and cravings matter, let's start by finding what they are.

If you want to jump on a call with me, head on over to and book a call with me, I will hold you accountable to your desire.

Sending you much love & healing!



Women, Food And God by Geneen Roth [ep-99]

April 3rd, 2019

Hey mama,

Today on the show I share a beautiful piece from a book called Women, Food and God by Geneen Roth.

I think this book must be passed on from mother to daughter! 

Every woman must read this book so that she establishes a healthy relationship with food and God. 

You'll hear me read a story from one of her retreats and how women heal their life long battles with food, body image problems, insecurities, overeating, undereating, binging, using food as comfort, and other self-destructive patterns we all do.

What God has got to do with it? In short, everything. It will make more sense after you listen.

The road to healing is messy, however embracing the messiness in what you have to be willing to go through in order to get to where you want to go.

This work is hard and it requires time, but it is so worth it. This is your life's work!

There is no benefit to you or to your family in dwelling on or commiserating how bad your life is and how hard it is for you to step out and do something about it.

As far as I know, all that matters is your will. Everything else will unfold for you. Just trust the process.

I want to hear from you!

Do you resonate with Geneen's message? Find me over at IG and share your thoughts with me @healthbeginswithmom (if you're not on IG, you're welcome to email me

Looking forward to hearing back from you!

Sending you much love & healing ;)



Show notes

Women Food and God: An Unexpected Path to Almost Everything

This Messy Magnificent Life: A Field Guide

Breaking Free from Emotional Eating 

Why Weight? A Guide to Ending Compulsive Eating

When Food is Food & Love is Love: A Step-by-Step Spiritual Program to Break Free from Emotional Eating

How Being An Orthorexic Mom Wounded My Daughter (And How We’re Healing From It) [episode #98]

March 29th, 2019

Hey mama, 

Today on the podcast I am sharing my journey recovering from orthorexia, how it interfered with my relationship with food, my marriage, parenting, social life and life in general. 

I hear so many mothers who feel like they are "the food police" or "food Nazis" and that stands in the way of feeling good inside of their own homes. I know how that feels! 

So let's talk about it. 

Here's what we cover:

  • I explain what orthorexia is and how it is different than anorexia (both are eating disorders)
  • How to know if you have orthorexia (aka food puritan)?
  • My own journey of being orthorexia, and how this wounded my daughter and my relationship with my family
  • Our healing journey and how we have shifted since then. 

If you are a mom who's feeling obsessed (or too controlling) of what her kids eat (or don't eat) you have got to listen to this episode! 

I want you to know that you are not alone and you can get help! 

The first step is to acknowledge you have this problem, start with listening to another mom sharing her experience (that would be me :) 

I want to hear from you! In the comments, tell me how do you feel about feeding your kids? And How do you keep your sanity around healthy eating and living?

I hope this is helpful to you, and if it is please share it with a mom who needs to hear this. 

Sending you much love & healing,  




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