Episode 4: Let’s Talk About Anxiety. Positively Social, a podcast, is similar to a girls night out! A place with refreshing ideas, and tips relating to your wellness journey. Transform your lifestyle practices with exclusive insights from experts in the well-sphere. Are you ready to get social?
It is so important to stay SOCIAL about mental health issues. In this episode you will meet @runwayredla, an associate marriage and family therapist, specializing in trauma healing. She is a lady boss, blogger, major influencer, and a faith and mental health speaker! At the end of this podcast you will feel a rising inner confidence to talk about mental health, and recognize strategies to help yourself and others. Are you ready to get social? Download and press play!
Meet Your Hosts:
Dr. Rubina Tahir
A board certified Chiropractor, and can best be described as a woman on a mission to inspire healthy lifestyles. She is a self proclaimed expert in positive vibes. When she is not in the office treating patients, you can catch her sipping on a coffee, writing, and living the new mom life! Dr. Rubina is known for her creative side, she is a past contributor for The Huffington Post Blog. She has been quoted in Reader’s Digest, Bustle Magazine, Prevention Magazine, Medical Daily, Elite Daily, Martha Steward Living, Nail Pro Magazine and more. She has contributed to Stack Magazine and Philly Man Magazine. She has contributed expert advice to outlets such as CBS Radio, WDAS FM, Greenberg News, WMCN TV, Daytime Toronto, and PHL17.
As a passionate entrepreneur, healthcare professional, mom, and wife, Parisha Smith empowers those on the brink of change to live their most effervescent lives and to make self-care a priority.
Parisha received her radiology degree in 2008 and have worked as a CT Technologist for over 10 years. After the birth of her son in 2013, she found a new outlook on her overall wellness and began to document her struggles and triumphs with weight loss on Instagram. Under her previous blog and business, BeautyLifeLove she shared intimate details and advice on her weight loss. Over 10k people followed her personal story via social media, attended her talks at conferences, local schools and more. In 2016.