Pathways to Happiness with Nena Lavonne

In today's episode, I answer audience questions and address topics such as:  
* Will things ever be the same?  Can things go back to the way they were?
* Is it possible to change another person?
* Minimalism & the benefits of being a minimalist
* Book, Movie & Television Recommendations
* How to cope with & address differences in religion and spirituality between family members / what to do when loved ones disapprove of your decisions and beliefs
* How to find a purpose & passion / what to do when your life feels like it has no meaning

I hope you find it both healing and helpful!

Nena Lavonne is a certified life coach, author, and motivational speaker that specializes in personal development.  Nothing brings her more happiness than helping others lead more meaningful, joyful, and fulfilling lives.  

If you need additional support and feel that your mental health is suffering, seeking help from a licensed mental health professional can provide further guidance, support, treatment options, and coping strategies.  


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This podcast is dedicated to self-growth, emotional well-being, and becoming the best versions of ourselves possible! You will find everything to do with personal development and self-help with topics ranging from anxiety relief, cultivating joy, conscious living, motivation, psychology, emotional intelligence and more! It's never too late to make positive changes. Let's make life extraordinary! This description is from Pathways to Happiness with Nena Lavonne. Subscribe or follow this podcast:

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