The Podcast

Do hormones affect our weight? The answer is yes, and there are more hormones affecting our weight than you think. Listen to our expert describe them in detail, and give us some insight into how they work in our bodies, how they contribute to obesity, what affects their levels, and whether or not we can do anything to make them work better to keep us balanced and healthy. 


Disclaimer: Information published on This Girl Puts Out podcast and is for educational purposes only. All information should be discussed with your healthcare provider before making any changes.

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight and failed, you’ll want to listen to this podcast.  Changing our minds is essential if we want to permanently leave behind old habits that have caused us to be overweight and moving towards a state of disease. A lasting change can only be made when you combine a new mindset with a healthier diet. My guest Psychologist Maureen Kemeny takes us through some of the big reasons we fail, and offers solutions that can work for a lifetime. 

Did you ever feel lost, and without purpose? What if you felt that way for 25 years? My guest Shaena recently found herself and her life-changing purpose at 40 years old, but her journey was arduous and painful. Join us and she describes how she bumbled along through life, many times in shame, self-doubt and -loathing, looking for her place in the world and the love that would ultimately come from no one other than herself.

Losing someone you love is never easy. Sandy takes us through the unexpected and sudden loss of her beloved spouse, Tony. She shares her experience through the eyes of a wife, a mother, and now a widow. How do you cope? How do you continue to parent and work? How do you move on? Will you every be happy again? Sandy shares all of that and more in her detailed and poignant story, leaving us with the hope that we, too, can overcome grief and live again in the face of loss. 

Infidelity can destroy the self-worth and self-confidence of the betrayed. How does one get past the hurt and rebuild? Listen to Dr. Trina Dorrah tell us her personal story. We talk about her experience from her first suspicion, through her pain and self-doubt, to her recovery. Be uplifted and inspired, as we hear how her story lead to a brilliant silver lining, and to her ultimately finding and fulfilling her life’s new purpose.

This beautiful, educated mother never imagined how serious postpartum mental health problems could become. After walking through her life-changing and chilling experience of fear, shame, and the aftermath of postpartum psychosis, Kristina has now dedicated herself to making sure every new mom knows about it. Please share her story. It’s not only important for new moms, it’s important for anyone who may ever know a new mom.


Turner Syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects females, which can result in a variety of medical and developmental problems, including short height, failure of the ovaries to develop and heart defects. My guest Jennifer leads us through her life with Turners, and how she was affected as a child through today. Infertility is the hallmark of her disorder. As someone who always wanted children, she discusses this very candidly. Jennifer also talks about how an early diagnosis changed her course, and the various places she found support in trying times. 

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On episode 12 of This Girl Puts out, Meghan shares her experience with an eating disorder, that plagued her from her late high school years throughout college. She shares what triggered her illness, how it affected her life, health and family, her intimate thoughts, as well as her road to recovery. Today, my guest is a pediatrician, and passionate about sharing her story in the hopes of helping others.

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Michelle Anhang, BA, CPCC, PCC is the owner of Michelle Anhang Coaching. She shares with us how shame shaped her life, leading to a lack of joy and fulfillment. Her story of overcoming shame is emotional and moving, as she tells of the family tragedy and other events that helped her decide to live her life differently. Michelle used her life experiences to bravely guide her into a new career, where she gets to help and support others to find balance and build resilience in their own lives.

Meghan is a 37-year-old mother with 5-year old twin girls. She graciously agreed to tell her story of her girls’ early birth, two-month stay in the NICU, and life at home, in the hopes of supporting other moms and their families who might have a similar experience. This very detailed account of her family’s experience will give listeners a deep look at the challenges they faced, and how they dealt with them. Anger, guilt, fear, love and gratitude…..described in detail by this very wise young lady who generously and lovingly shares it all.

On Episode 9, we meet Shieke Sharpe, CPA, CFE, owner of Shieke Sharpe Consulting. Originally from Jamaica, Shieke came to the United States with $200 in her pocket and a partial college scholarship. Her story is the epitome of the American Dream, but realizing this dream was not without challenges. Shieke inspires listeners with her story of overcoming obstacles, hard work and perseverance, ultimately becoming a business owner and founder of the Future Bright Foundation. Her mantra, Better Done than Perfect will resonate with listeners as they listen to Shieke tell her story. 

On Episode 8, we meet Catherine Stack, owner, facilitator, and Doctor of Naturopathy at Journey II Health, LLC. She shares her story of becoming a nurse entrepreneur, the challenges of starting and maintaining a business, and balancing work and family. Cathi’s journey through life and career is beautifully told as she generously shares some of her vast knowledge of bowel health and women’s’ wellness. Although she never planned on becoming an author, Cathi’s passion to share her knowledge and her love for the healing arts evolved into two books that she briefly discusses, the award-winning Free Yourself from a Constipated Life, and PUSH Labor & Delivery from the Inside Out.

On This Girl Puts Out Episode 7, we meet Alexandra Jeffert, a female empowerment and mindset coach currently based in the UK. She talks to us about her jump from the corporate world to entrepreneur, and all the stumbles in between. Alexandra shares how her personal experiences shaped her dreams and her work. She graciously shares with us several pearls on breakup recovery, and why she believes personal coaching to be helpful and empowering for women.


On This Girl Puts Out podcast episode #1, we meet Joanna, who shares her experience with anxiety and depression. Joanna takes us from her first symptoms in elementary school through her young adult years and finally to a diagnosis. She candidly shares details about her highest and lowest moments with chronic mental illness, and how it’s affected her life as a mother, wife, and professional.

On This Girl Puts Out Podcast #2, we meet Lisa, a powerhouse entrepreneur who used her wit, knowledge and street smarts to redefine her life on her terms. Listen to her journey from struggling single mom to the queen of her own digital empire. Lisa graciously shares entrepreneurial pearls and her secrets to success.

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On This Girl Puts Out Podcast #3, we meet Chelsea, owner of Chelsea Modern Images photography studio. She shares her journey to entrepreneurship, along with its’ challenges and successes. We talk about trusting your instincts, standing out in your industry, balancing work and motherhood, and staying current in a constantly changing tech world. Chelsea engagingly shares the risks she took in life and business, along with advice for new business owners. To learn about Chelsea’s work, visit her at:


On This Girl Puts Out podcast episode #4, we meet Rene’, who candidly shares her recent experience with breast cancer. She takes us through the emotional rollercoaster of diagnosis, her treatment, and reconstructive surgery. Rene’ tells us how she coped, how some days she didn’t, and how her diagnosis affected her and those close to her. 

On This Girl Puts Out Podcast #5, we meet Jennifer, who tells us about her experience with domestic abuse. Listen as she shares details about her life both before and after her experience, red flags, how she coped during this time, her life now and what she wants other victims of abuse to know.

Anne Whitehouse is the author of ‘Pull Back Your Power’, a Ph.D. scientist, women’s success coach, and subconscious healing specialist.   Following her burnout in the ‘boys’ club’ world of engineering, she developed a pioneering system that frees women from the toxic energies of the status quo, so they can speak up, level the energetic playing field, and succeed without being undermined or sacrificing their feminine energy.  Connect with Anne at and download your highest success meditation.

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