Toxic Milestone Mentality
Episode 89 of The Path to Authenticity features the return of Lisa Cleary, the author of How to Survive a Breakup (When All of Your Friends are Birthing Their Second Child). Lisa is a tough love self-help author and blogger. Her work has appeared in TODAY, The Huffington Post, Women’s Health, Love What Matters, The Financial Diet, and more. She is a former daily health columnist for NBC in Washington, DC. Cleary focuses on breakups and relationships, mindsets, and goals. She dives into our everyday issues on her blog, www.lisacleary.com. Lisa also features interviews with public figures, including pop culture artist Ashley Longshore, Bravo’s Rhylee Gerber from Below Deck, Bravo’s motherhood guru Rosie Pope, and more. Follow her on Instagram, @LisaCleary3. Learn more about Lisa in a blog post related to this episode, 9 Questions for Lisa Cleary. Click here to see the TED Talk referred to in this episode, featuring psychologist Shawn Anchor.
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