No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health

My Super Awesome Life

July 21, 2023 NoMagicBullet
My Super Awesome Life
No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health
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No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health
My Super Awesome Life
Jul 21, 2023
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SHOW‌ ‌NOTES‌ ‌

“Sometimes life's better understood backwards rather than forwards.”

— Jane Enright

 

Life changes constantly – but what happens when three incredibly sudden rapid changes occur in just 12 months? And more importantly, what are the best tools to use to cope with life’s unexpected twists and turns?

 

This episode of No Magic Bullet’s is an installment of What’s In Your Toolbox, a podcast about mental health and the tools that we use to cope, heal, and thrive. In this episode, host Bobby K sits down with Jane Enright, a brain injury survivor, an author, and blogger behind “My Super Awesome Life”. 

 

During this conversation, Bobby and Jane talk about Jane’s three massive life changes (two traumatic brain injuries and the death of a friend), practicing mindfulness through writing in order to process the fallout of the changes, and what recovery looks like afterwards.

 

This‌ ‌episode discusses:‌ ‌

 ✔   How life can change instantaneously, and the steps Jane took to navigate her sudden life changes

✔   What focusing on what we have, rather than what we don’t have, can do to change our perspective

✔  Different ways to engage your amazing support team when you need it

 ‌  

Highlights:‌ ‌

00:01 - Intro

 

02:42  Meet Jane

 

03:25  Beaver Valley Shangri-la   

 

05:04  Jane’s story 

 

11:27  Laughter is the best medicine  

 

13:11  Jane’s books 

 

16:52  Yoga and mindfulness

 

20:27  Cooking and movement as a tool

 

26:47  Strategies for coping with challenges  

 

29:36  Jane’s Amazing Support Team 

 

33:20  Goodbyes  

 

Links:‌ ‌ 

Janeenrightauthor.com

Mysuperawesomelife.com

Listen to the first No Magic Bullet podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1763485/9899438 

 

To get in contact or learn more about Living Jewishly:  

Visit‌ ‌our ‌website: https://livingjewishly.org  

Follow us on Instagram: @living.jewishly  

Watch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2YEegjapKpQeXG6zh6tzw   

or send us an email at hello@livingjewishly.org.  

  

Shalom!

 


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SUBJECT: How do you respond to sudden rapid life changes?

 

 

Life changes constantly – but what happens when three incredibly sudden rapid changes occur in just 12 months? And more importantly, what are the best tools to use to cope with life’s unexpected twists and turns?

 

This episode of No Magic Bullet’s is an installment of What’s In Your Toolbox, a podcast about mental health and the tools that we use to cope, heal, and thrive. In this episode, host Bobby K sits down with Jane Enright, a brain injury survivor, an author, and blogger behind “My Super Awesome Life”. 

 

During this conversation, Bobby and Jane talk about Jane’s three massive life changes (two traumatic brain injuries and the death of a friend), practicing mindfulness through writing in order to process the fallout of the changes, and what recovery looks like a

Show Notes


SHOW‌ ‌NOTES‌ ‌

“Sometimes life's better understood backwards rather than forwards.”

— Jane Enright

 

Life changes constantly – but what happens when three incredibly sudden rapid changes occur in just 12 months? And more importantly, what are the best tools to use to cope with life’s unexpected twists and turns?

 

This episode of No Magic Bullet’s is an installment of What’s In Your Toolbox, a podcast about mental health and the tools that we use to cope, heal, and thrive. In this episode, host Bobby K sits down with Jane Enright, a brain injury survivor, an author, and blogger behind “My Super Awesome Life”. 

 

During this conversation, Bobby and Jane talk about Jane’s three massive life changes (two traumatic brain injuries and the death of a friend), practicing mindfulness through writing in order to process the fallout of the changes, and what recovery looks like afterwards.

 

This‌ ‌episode discusses:‌ ‌

 ✔   How life can change instantaneously, and the steps Jane took to navigate her sudden life changes

✔   What focusing on what we have, rather than what we don’t have, can do to change our perspective

✔  Different ways to engage your amazing support team when you need it

 ‌  

Highlights:‌ ‌

00:01 - Intro

 

02:42  Meet Jane

 

03:25  Beaver Valley Shangri-la   

 

05:04  Jane’s story 

 

11:27  Laughter is the best medicine  

 

13:11  Jane’s books 

 

16:52  Yoga and mindfulness

 

20:27  Cooking and movement as a tool

 

26:47  Strategies for coping with challenges  

 

29:36  Jane’s Amazing Support Team 

 

33:20  Goodbyes  

 

Links:‌ ‌ 

Janeenrightauthor.com

Mysuperawesomelife.com

Listen to the first No Magic Bullet podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1763485/9899438 

 

To get in contact or learn more about Living Jewishly:  

Visit‌ ‌our ‌website: https://livingjewishly.org  

Follow us on Instagram: @living.jewishly  

Watch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2YEegjapKpQeXG6zh6tzw   

or send us an email at hello@livingjewishly.org.  

  

Shalom!

 


EMAIL

 

SUBJECT: How do you respond to sudden rapid life changes?

 

 

Life changes constantly – but what happens when three incredibly sudden rapid changes occur in just 12 months? And more importantly, what are the best tools to use to cope with life’s unexpected twists and turns?

 

This episode of No Magic Bullet’s is an installment of What’s In Your Toolbox, a podcast about mental health and the tools that we use to cope, heal, and thrive. In this episode, host Bobby K sits down with Jane Enright, a brain injury survivor, an author, and blogger behind “My Super Awesome Life”. 

 

During this conversation, Bobby and Jane talk about Jane’s three massive life changes (two traumatic brain injuries and the death of a friend), practicing mindfulness through writing in order to process the fallout of the changes, and what recovery looks like a