How do you manage loss? Or navigate endings? Can we avoid falling into despair when confronted with grief?
How do you manage loss? Or navigate endings? Can we avoid falling into despair when confronted with grief? In this episode, Valeria explores her own responses to difficult emotions. She talks with fashion designer and podcast host Whitney Port and trauma psychotherapist Hilary Jacobs Hendel about coping with endings. Join the conversation to learn more about the complex ways our minds and our bodies respond to change, loss, and grief.
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Not Alone is produced in partnership with FRQNCY Media.
Producer: Lizzie Stewart
Associate Producer: Emily Krumberger
Supervising Producer: Enna Garkusha
Executive Producer: Michelle Khouri
Script written by: William Cagle
Script editors: Isabel Moncloa Daly and Jessica Olivier
Mixer and sound designer: Claire Bidigare-Curtis
Session engineering: DonTaé Hodge.
Meet Valeria Lipovetsky. She’s a mother of three boys and a former model turned fashion designer and content creator. Valeria provides daily lifestyle, fashion, and family content to her loyal audience of 5M+ women across Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok. She shares an authentic view of her daily life as a mother, wife, and entrepreneur, while also sharing valuable fashion advice and wellness tips.
In life's evolving journey, there often comes a moment when the relentless pursuit of happiness and external validation begins to feel unfulfilling.
Have you been feeling uninspired lately, even stuck? Valeria delves into her own struggle to ignite creativity with fashion designer and entrepreneur Jenna Lyons and drama therapist Dr. Russya Connor.
Why is it difficult to find one’s self? Many of us often struggle with this, feeling unsure about who we truly are or feeling a bit lost in the process. Our lives keep changing – so how do we really find our true selves?
How do you make new friends as an adult? How do you handle a friendship breakup? Valeria attempts to tackle these questions with help from female friendship coach and educator Danielle Bayard Jackson and her best friend, Mary B. Sharon.
Living with a lifelong medical condition is like taking on life's twists and turns with an extra load. It's not always easy, but people dealing with this challenge are like everyday heroes. They show us that no matter what life throws at you, there's a way to keep moving forward.
What is the difference between sex and sensuality? Do you have trouble getting out of your head and into your body during sex? Valeria discusses these questions and more with Sexology and Psychology Intimacy Educator, Shan Boodram and NYT bestselling author, Emily Nagowski, PhD.
How do you handle the pressure of juggling the demands of content creation, engaging with your audience, and running your brand successfully?
Do soul mates exist? Why does our society put so much pressure on women to find a partner? Valeria sits down with husband and co-founder of Valeria Inc, Gary to discuss these questions and more.
In this episode, Valeria is joined by the inspiring Paige Adams-Geller, the phenomenal founder of Paige, the fashion-forward denim brand we all know and love.
Have you ever failed at something that you really wanted to work out? Does the fear of falling short ever hold you back?
Overcoming life's obstacles often requires a powerful blend of determination and the belief in the potential to manifest and create your own better reality. People with that kind of grit, look fear in the face and move forward.
In this episode, she welcomes actress and The Honest Company founder Jessica Alba to have a conversation about motherhood, the compromises we make for our children, and how to prioritize yourself while still remaining present as a parent.
A harmonious marriage is like a perfectly tuned melody, where two people find joy and comfort in each other's company. It's the beauty of shared laughter, mutual understanding, and a sense of belonging.
Ever wondered how to give your brain a breather? It's not just about rest; it's like a strategic downtime that brings back the pep in your step.
The core idea of attachment theory is that humans, as social beings, have an innate need to form close emotional bonds and attachments with others.
Social media poses risks for kids, like exposure to inappropriate content, cyberbullying, and privacy concerns, which deeply worry parents. In a world where online interactions shape children's lives, navigating these issues becomes a daily concern.