47. Nourishing Your Mind, Body & Soul with Kristin Armstrong

Nourishing Your Mind, Body & Soul with Kristin Armstrong
Nourishing Your Mind, Body & Soul with Kristin Armstrong

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Kristin Armstrong is the author of eight books including: Happily Ever After, Strength for the Climb, Work in Progress:  An Unfinished Woman’s Guide to Grace, Heart of my Heart, Mile Markers: The 26.2 Most Important Reasons Why Women Run, Ties that Bind and YES.  She is a regular columnist for Tribeza magazine and a regular contributor to Living Faith.  Her freelance work has appeared in publications such as USA Today, Glamour, O – The Oprah Magazine, Parents, The Huffington Post, and the Austin American-Statesman.   Her work has led to appearances on Oprah, The Rachel Ray Show, Hour of Power at the Crystal Cathedral, The 700 Club, NPR, Good Morning America, and The Today Show.  Kristin went back to school alongside her kids and got a Master's in Clinical Mental Health and is currently an LPC-Associate supervised by Dr. Sunny Lansdale, LPC, an EMDR clinician, and a Channeled Light energy healer.  She sees adolescent and adult clients and specializes in relationships, communication, identity shifts and transition zones, divorce recovery, parenting coaching, and healing from trauma.

Kristin opened our Nourish event, where she inspired our community to embrace and nurture themselves, mind, body, and soul during her talk with Amy and Cheryl. Today we share their insightful and motivational conversation.

In This Podcast:

02:23 – Kristin’s background, work, and career journey.
05:20 – Kristin’s passion for running and its meaning in her life.
07:05 – How writing changed and shaped Kristin.
10:57 – The value Kristin has found from her life experiences. How she uses those experiences when relating to others, including clients.
13:23 – Finding the lessons in all of life’s events.
14:38 – What does Kristin do to bring balance to her daily life?
18:08 – Kristin’s reflections from 2020 and the COVID-era. What can we learn from our experiences during this time? What can we carry forward?
21:55 – Getting the most value out of our experiences.

For more information on Kristin and her services (including virtual appointments), visit Kristin Armstrong Counseling at https://www.kristinarmstrongcounseling.com.

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