Maybe you have said it, or maybe you have heard it.
“I’m sorry, that was not my intent” or maybe “Their intentions were good” or maybe “My intentions were pure”.
I would like to believe that a good portion of the time, people do have good intentions.
It would be a beautiful thing to believe that people’s intent is not to hurt anyone. However, no matter the intent….hurt is still hurt.
The impact lives outside of us, while the intent only lives inside of us.Listen to Episode
Beyond the hashtags, the powerful protests, and the media coverage lives the real, honest, and maybe uncomfortable conversations between white people and black people that need to take place. Can we do that? Yes we can, if we choose to. Actress Lorren Cotton sat down to talk about her experience as a black woman in…Listen to Episode
Episode 73: Involved Evolution: Part 2 In Part Two, Host Erez Shek continues his chat with Sari Lehrhoff M.D., the alternative psychiatrist. We continue to explore our work to be involved in our evolution including looking at our beliefs of self, rituals for our self-care, sleep hygiene and how we collect wisdom and challenge ourselves…Listen to Episode
Episode 72: Involved Evolution: Part 1 In Part One, Host Erez Shek chats with Sari Lehrhoff M.D. We explore her own personal evolution, her own choices and her involved decisions that have led to her current beliefs. Extending to her personal life, her work as a psychiatrist and her work with others. Discussing integrated health,…Listen to Episode
In aid of the Mental Health Charity MIND the “Behind The Smile” Art Exhibition was born from the mind and paintbrushes of Artist Toby Brown. This week’s guest. Toby, with his own mental health struggles and journey, decided to help open the conversation with his most valuable tool. His most valuable therapy. His art. It…Listen to Episode