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Leah and Joe; Taking Our Power Back from External Datapoints

Why do we allow external datapoints such as blood levels, finances, and other measures to dictate our mood? Is it possible to detach from these outside antagonists? Listen in as Leah and Joe dive deeper into this topic.

You can find out more about Leah and her services at www.leahbarrett.com and you can find Joe’s poetry books at www.unreadletters.com

You can find Leah and Joe on Instagram @leahbarrettbusiness and @sincerely_joe.

The Wilson Fund with The Good Air Panel: Mental Health, Education, Diversity, and Inclusion

In this special edition of Good Air, Joe is joined by Crystal Wilson, Celine Nguyen, Julian Woods, and Netania Muhammad of the David and Dovetta Wilson Scholarship Fund. They got to sit down with a team of panelists including Diana Cusumano, Jose Rosario, and John Tessitore to discuss mental health, education, diversity, and inclusion. The students came to the panel with amazing questions, insight, and a desire to serve within there community. This is truly an episode that you do not want to miss. Thank you for tuning in!

You can find out more about the David and Dovetta Wilson Scholarship Fund at www.wilsonfund.org

You can find out mpre about the JED Foundation at www.jedfoundation.org

You can find out more about the JCK Foundation at www.jckfoundation.org

You can find out more about The Phoenix Empowered at www.thephoenixempowered.org

Juan Cabrera and Strav Sylvain; A Day In The Life of a Creative

Juan Cabrera and Strav Sylvain of the Tomorrow Talk podcast are back to talk behind the scenes of being a creator, reciprocity, and how to focus on those that support you without. worrying about those who do not. Stay tuned and breathe in that GOOD AIR.

You can find out more about Juan, Strav, and Joe on Instagram @don.juandisimo, @waywardstrav, tomorrowtalkpod, @sincerely_joe, and @g00da1r.

You can purchase. Joseph S. Fusaro’s poetry books www.unreradletters.com

Kristen Parisi and John Tessitore; When We Return to Love

Kristen Parisi and John Tessitore drop in to have a conversation about love, life, and what happens when we reprioritize to invite more love into our lives. All that an more on this new episode of Good Air. Breathe it in.
You can find more about them on Instagram at @kristenpafz14, @niicturessss, @jckfoundation, & @sincerely_joe. You can donate or learn about the services that JCK Foundation provides at www.jckfoundation.org

His poetry books are available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Joseph-S.-Fusaro/e/B08HJ434PN

And all of his podcasts are available at: https://www.mentalhealthnewsradionetwork.com/our-shows/good-air/

Dr. Dorothy P. Holinger; The Anatomy of Grief

In 2017, when Dr. Dorothy P. Holinger started writing her book “The Anatomy of Grief” she had no idea that just after its release the entire world would be in mourning together. We’ve all been affected by grief in some way of late, and Dr. Holinger brings years of research to the table in order to figure out what is going on in the body and mind, as well as how we can attempt to move through the grieving process.

You can find out more about Dr. Dorothy P. Holinger and buy her book, The Anatomy of Grief at www.dorothypholinger.com/author/

You can find out more about Joseph S. Fusaro at www.unreadletters.com

Melissa Bernstein; Existential Anxiety & Depression to Radiant Light

You may have heard of Melissa Bernstein, one half of the creative founders behind the toy company Melissa and Doug. What you probably didn’t know is that Melissa is a life-long poet that turned to creativity when faced with existential depression and anxiety. Her new book Lifelines follows her through the steps that she took to create a little hope which she later describes turned into “radiant light.” You don’t want to miss this inspiring conversation between poets.

You can find out more about Melissa’s journey, her new book, as well as her passion project Lifelines at www.lifelines.com

You can find out more about Joseph S. Fusaro at www.unreadletters.com

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