In This Episode Catherine Gray aims to bring value into this world. By seeing how G-d is involved in our day-to-day lives, and even in business, she is able to help others as a coach
Brolund and her husband work together to help people create real friendships. Along the way they are balancing having a business, being partners and parents together. Rebbetzin Bat-Chen Grossman is a marriage coach for women in business. Her passion is helping women find flow in that intersection of marriage and business. Together we’ll be talking about marriage, friendships, the importance of connection, and how we do it “all” in a way that feels aligned.
Artist and web developer, Naama Goldberg, runs two businesses. One of these was a surprise from her husband, who has been her rock and support for her passions. Naama shares her journey, hopes, and dreams as an artist and the systems that she uses as she works alongside her husband.
In This Episode My husband, Rabbi Avi Grossman, founder of Torah Le’Maaseh and author of Haggadat Hapesach – The only Passover Haggadah for a Seder with the Paschal offering as the centerpiece, is here with
Hanna Baer is an educational therapist who works with her husband work together in their business, Neuro-Fun, Whole-Child Therapy. From putting God at the center of their relationship, prioritizing their family before their business, and learning to communicate, Hanna and her husband are able to grow their marriage and business to its full potential.
Tova Eastman is the founder of IGNITE Fitness Academy, which she and her husband work on together. Finding balance as a mom of three, an entrepreneur, and a wife is Tova’s game. She applies scheduling and scheduling herself first as a practical way to be present with whatever she has to do. Working with her husband is an advantage to both her relationship and business because they have found systems and boundaries to use to gain success in every aspect.
Season 2 had a variety of high-level women who shared their gifts, expertise, and talents with our listeners. It was a season filled with wisdom to align marriage, business, and God. Season 3 and 4 are already planned out! Find out what Rebbetzin Bat-Chen has in store.
Adriane is the owner of Empowered Womb, and she is a certified Maternal Support Practitioner (Doula) who specializes in Natural Fertility and is also a certified Fitness Specialist. Adriane is passionate about putting the power back into the hands of the woman from the very beginning of her maternal journey. Your husband can be involved in the charting tool to help with fertility, a stronger connection, and intimacy.
onin, Holistic Nutritionist and creator of the Ideal Weight Shabbat Blueprint, talks about how marriage can be a huge emotional weight that makes it difficult for women to take care of themselves and their marriage. There is a prize waiting for you if you listen to this episode. Watch out for a discount off Lily’s program.
ares her secrets to marriage and beating the midlife crisis. Through her business, she mentors women to find their passion and improve other aspects in their life. Rebbetzin Bat-Chen and Brenda are wise women who have similar values when it comes to marriage. Listen to this episode to learn how investing in yourself, no matter what age you’re in, and focusing your attention on what you want can help you breakthrough in your marriage and life.
rstanding the dynamics of the connection between a parent and a child. Chagit Zelcer, parent counselor and creator of the Shefer Course, shares deep insight about the resilience of children, the importance of parents not always agreeing with each other, and our G-d-given mission as parents. G-d relies on us to do our jobs to have the best interest of our children at heart, so there is no such thing as a good or bad parent.
Rivka Malka shares stories and paradigms on healing yourself. Rebbetzin Bat-Chen ties this together by focusing on the wife as the core of marriage, and that it is through knowing what you want that your marriage can breakthrough to a new level. When we think that we cannot do something, it’s important to remember that G-d sends His guidance and gives you the responsibility to give to His world in whatever way you can.
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It’s easy to get caught up in one thing and take it to the extreme, then you end up with is a lopsided life. This can happen when your business takes up more attention than your marriage. Meredith Keith-Chirch, a lifestyle optimization coach, shares her experience and expertise on how to make lifestyle choices that will benefit your business and your marriage. Her work aligns with Rebbetzin Bat-Chen’s teachings in the CALM Method, which will be covered in the Marriage Breakthrough Retreat. The Marriage Breakthrough Retreat starts on Monday, January 17!
God crafted us all beautifully inside the womb into unique individuals. For over 10 years, Deneen Troupe-Buitrago has been working with Christian business women create God-centered businesses that embraces their uniqueness and glorifies Him at the same time. The masterpiece that is our life that contains our personality, strengths, values, experiences, and skills, are infused by God to help us in our business and marriage. Deneen TB shares what she teaches her clients about aligning with God and responding to His call.
Food can be used as a coping mechanism to stuff and buffer our feelings. Holistic life coach, Melissa Rohlfs, helps women break free from pick-me-ups in the pantry or sugar addiction and feel calm and confident in their own skin to love their lives. The way we approach our feelings, especially through food, can affect our marriage, so it’s important to learn from a coaches like Melissa and Rebbetzin Bat-Chen on how we can take a proactivate approach to dealing with our emotions and past trauma.
Seeing through the eyes of love is a practice and a choice. Karen Leba Baker is a teacher of consciousness and co-author of 23 Innovations in Selling. From her experiences and studies, she helps women communicate to find clarity, outgrow their stories, and change the lenses through which they see life. There is importance in realizing if something is worth doing, such as arguing, which can destroy love, according to Karen. Rebbetzin Bat-Chen relates these topics to connecting your marriage with God, who is the truth and the light.
A God-centered home begins with yourself, and it extends to your dating life, marriage, and business. God’s creative design is always working at the right place and time, so always remember to have confidence and put value in what He asks you to do. Daniella Rudoff and Rebbetzin Bat-Chen take you on a journey to build the muscle to make every aspect of your life amazing.
Social-Emotional Skills are so important to teach our kids and students, but FIRST, we have to learn them and practice them ourselves. Miriam Campbell is a Speech Therapist and Social Worker who trains therapists and teachers how to integrate social-emotional learning from therapy sessions to classroom lessons.
it ideal to just be enough in this world? Rebbetzin Bat-Chen breaks the barriers on being just enough and wants you to be more. Rebbetzin Bat-Chen shares her big aha moment from a retreat last summer, and it’s different from what others think about being enough. We, our marriage and relationships, business, parenting—these are meant to be more than enough.
Marisa Lonic helps the most overwhelmed mamas turn their dreams into reality, even when they thought they had no time to make any of it happen. As a former corporate executive who proved that you can balance mom life, wife life, and whatever life, Marisa shares how be more self-aware with practical tips to win beat mom guilt, overwhelm and stress.
God allows us to be on different and unique journeys only to bring us closer to Him. Liane Grunburg Wakabayashi moved to Japan after her Masters in Columbia University to become a writer. She met her husband in Japan and they raised their two children there before making Aliyah. The career-driven 25 year old had no idea that she would be moved by the Chabad houses in Japan, which made her realize what had been missing in her life. In this episode, she shares a glimpse of her memoir, The Wagamama Bride, and reflections on her transformational journey.
births all around. Just kidding! This episode closes Season 1, and discusses the things Rebbetzin Bat-Chen has in store for you, including the Marriage Breakthrough Retreat, her virtual 7-day retreat for married women in business, which coming up on November 8th, 2021. Don’t forget to sign up at connectedforreal.com/retreat to get your free ticket. Stay tuned for season two too. It is going to be even more epic!
Our thoughts control our feelings and behaviors. Debbie Sassen, a money mindset coach, shares her expertise on dissolving money blocks that hinder more money, success, and growth. Our mindset on money has an effect on our marriage. This collaboration with marriage coach, Rebbetzin Bat-Chen Grossman, can help you deepen your relationship with your husband and become more comfortable talking about money.
how to deal with the stress and trauma, and how we can nourish ourselves emotionally, physically, and spiritually to become better versions of ourselves for our marriages. This episode answers the question How can I navigate my way back to my inner compass? Listen to practical ways on how to find your place of peace and calm, and go back to the heart center.
shows she is full of life because she believes everyday Hashem gives her is a gift, so she uses it to do good through her polymer clay jewelry business by teaching children science, art, and lifelong values, and shidduchim for couples who want to get married. This feel-good episode between mother and daughter will make you want to pursue the things that fill you up, call your mom, and give her the biggest hug!
Putting yourself first improves your happiness and relationships, especially with your husband and family. Whether it’s starting a business or turning passion into profit , Hashem has been preparing you through life’s small and big moments to live your dream life. Follow the advice of Franciska, singer, podcast coach, and CEO, on planning your business to acting with intention so you are on your way to become the ultimate mom/wife-preneur.
They say that it takes a village to raise a child. What about before the child is born? Ayelet Schwell provides support for women and couples as they embark on their journey through pregnancy, labor, and delivery by processing the experience. A positive and powerful perspective of the experience is important to help your marriage, raise your child, and possibly the birth of your next child. Listen to this interesting conversation between a doula and marriage coach on how your birth affects your marriage in this episode!
Jewish Latin Princess, Yael Trusch, shares practical advice on how to handle money in your marriage. sharing your money story, going on money dates, to regularly talking about money with respect, you can build a deeper kind of intimacy and connection with your spouse. Hashem put money in the world so we can live better lives doing His will. Are you and your husband ready to step up to His calling?
Svietka Rivilis is not your typical interior designer. She focuses on practical and affordable luxury, and coziness. Svietka works with couples to redo their homes and acts as a bridge between the husband and wife—all while having fun! She also shares ways couples can renovate their homes without problems from initiating the renovation to the end of the process.
Chana Mason gives a sneak peak of the Dream, Design, Manifest E-Course through impactful tools to transform your life and marriage. The course led by Chana and her husband, Dave, is based on their book, The Size of Your Dreams, which follows different characters’ journeys that help you learn ways to set and achieve your goals while elevating your self-identity. Everything they teach in the book and the course can be used to improve your marriage.
Women are naturally self-aware and resilient. Any woman has the power to transform her thoughts, feelings, and reactions to different situations, especially when it comes to challenges and frustrations in marriage. Leora Mandel discusses that having a support group of women and a marriage coach can allow a married woman to see aggravations as opportunities.
We are the divine made space. As humans, we seek perfection in everything that we do, especially as wives and mothers. Devora Gila Berkowitz discusses real work-life balance between being divine and human at the same time. The real mission is to reveal divinity into this world through kindness, and it all you need are conscious awareness, compassion and unconditional love, curiosity, creativity, and committed action.
A vision board is not just a visual representation of your goals and manifesting what you want, but can be a tool for you to share your gifts with others, and for communication between husband and wife. Declare your dreams with intention through a vision board with these tips from personal development and empowerment coach, Debbi Sluys.
Life can hit you unexpectedly but you’ll realize that God has prepared you for the situation you’re in. Ghesi Stojanov, a transformational coach, is a breast cancer survivor. Through her faith in God, support from family and community, and patience throughout her healing journey, Ghesi was able to accept change and to take control of her situation.
There is a duality in everything. Georgina Halabi and I discuss the contrast between male and female that can affect your marriage, and how to overcome it. This episode provides practical tips you can use to enhance your relationship with your spouse.
Candice DeLeeuw shares her strength after a tragically losing her child to congenital heart disease. This is an episode for couples and families who experienced child loss, and seek hope and inspiration. Grief is always going to be there, but Candice reassures listeners that through communication with your spouse, finding support outside family, and being honest with yourself, there is hope for your healing heart.
Becky Dozeman, a therapist and life coach from Michigan, USA, and creator of the Thrive Retreat and She Thrives Program, gives practical tips on how to make your God-centered marriage thrive through self-awareness, communication, and resilience.