If you’re dieting right now, you might be dreading the next few months. As soon as the pumpkin spice lattes start getting poured, it seems like the season of packing on the pounds begins. The word “festive” alludes to feast, and it’s a time of year that people with weight concerns experience a lot of added pressure.
I recently spoke with Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin about being body-positive, no matter what size we are.
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I’ve been talking about this short for months and it’s finally here. The Spirit Room, by Adam J. Ung, is now out of post and coming to film festivals near you.
Here’s your first look:
I’ll keep you posted about screening dates and times. Congratulations, Adam & the whole Spirit Room team.
For those of you who like Jodorowsky or Gurdjieff, I’ve stumbled upon some interesting reading. I am going to be pondering these 82 Commandments as a meditation and perhaps I will ascend to a new space on the holy mountain.
Maureen Ryan’s personal story is heartbreaking. And, what’s even more heartbreaking is that she is absolutely right about the power dynamics that create a Harvey. Read here.
“But Harvey is not the whole story. There are many Harveys, with varying amounts of influence, at every level in this industry.” Maureen Ryan, Variety
In March, I received a call I was never prepared to receive.
Earlier this month, I received a similar call.
Both times, my mother called to inform me that someone I knew had committed suicide.
At first, I couldn’t wrap my mind around the realities of these situations. I’ve dealt with deaths. There’s an ineffability of the aftermath of a suicide. No words can fully contain it. I am the type of person that always feels better when I DO something, which is why I am walking in the Out of Darkness Walk in Pasadena on November 4.
Please help me to vanquish the darkness of suicide by raising funds and awareness.