In this episode I speak with social worker and fellow podcast host, Mo Zabian. Mo and I share a beautiful exchange on our own issues in the gay community around shame and the loneliness that comes with unprocessed shame. We talk about strategies around connection and how to begin living your life from the place within that is the most authentic to you.
About Today’s Guest:
Mo Zabian was Born and raised in London Ontario, Canada of Lebanese descent. He moved to Toronto over 16 years ago after family found out He was gay. He moved to Toronto as a social worker/actor and later got scouted as fashion model. After travelling SE Asia for a year, he came back to Toronto realizing his true purpose was to deliver a greater message and to help others tell their own truth through his show Queer At Heart, by having open dialogue on stigmatized issues.
Connect with Mo:
"This Is Me" tip of the episode:
Take walks in nature and look into the distance. He uses this to connect back to himself when he is feeling disconnected from him his nature.
Song of the episode:
Alanis Morrissette - Everything
About the Host:
Matt Landsiedel is a transformative coach, intuitive, podcast host, and author from Calgary, Canada. Matt specializes in teaching people how to heal shame and embody their authentic self so they can enjoy meaningful connections in their lives. His areas of expertise are working with gay men and people with emotional eating and food addiction leading to weight issues.
Inspired to Be Authentic is a mission Matt has purposefully created. Through his content and coaching, he offers you inspiration to share more of your truth with the world. He does this by teaching you life changing skills and sharing energetic transmissions that inspire you to show up courageously in your own life by practicing vulnerability.
In his spare time, you can find Matt traveling the world, writing, reading, working out or doing yoga, meditating and contemplating life, spending quality time with family and friends, hanging out with his cat Darryl, watching hockey, and spending time building his coaching business.
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