The 8 Dimensions Of Wellness And You With Natasha Mosby

The 8 Dimensions Of Wellness And You With Natasha Mosby

By Nikki Butler
The 8 Dimensions Of Wellness And You With Natasha Mosby

Welcome to a new chapter of my podcast! I’m joined by Natasha Mosby, a Dear Liv Wellness Advisor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. We dive into the rebrand of Dear Liv and cover the 8 Dimensions of Wellness that are at the heart of the company’s mission. We talk about developing your self-awareness, checking in with your relationship to comparison, and tools for practicing self-compassion. We also unpack our thoughts around imposter syndrome and breaking the cycle of generational trauma. 



  • Understanding the 8 Dimensions of Wellness
  • Simple ways to incorporate mindfulness into your day
  • Trends in self-advocacy and self-care, especially in the workplace 
  • Holding space for destigmatizing mental health and wellness
  • The story behind the name “Dear Liv”
  • What you can expect from upcoming episodes 



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( 0:44 ) Welcome to another episode of Dear Liv! Today, Jeanette is joined by Natasha Mosby, one of the new Dear Liv Wellness Advisors. 

( 1:37 ) Natasha joins the conversation. 

( 3:09 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “How long did you spend working on yourself before you were like, I really need to bring this into my practice with my clients?”

( 6:27 ) Natasha introduces the 8 Dimensions of Wellness: emotional, financial, social, spiritual, occupational, environmental, intellectual, and physical. 

( 9:29 ) Jeaneatte and Natasha talk about the mind-body connection through the lens of nutrition. 

( 13:43 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “When you realize that someone else has influenced you, how do you start to pull that out of you?”

( 17:24 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “Do you think that people are able to see how far they’ve come?”

( 19:23 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “What do you think when you read your old journal entries?”

( 25:27 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “What made you move towards social work and therapy?”

( 27:39 ) Natasha and Jeanette talk about how they met and started working together on Dear Liv. 

( 33:04 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “Do you think more men are identifying with imposter syndrome because we’re mainstreaming the conversation around mental health and wellness so they feel more comfortable getting help now?”

( 37:14 ) Jeanette shares how she came up with the name Dear Liv. 

( 43:19 ) Jeanette asks Natasha, “If you had one piece of advice to give our listeners as you talk to them about going on their self discovery journey and finding their personal power, what would you want them to feel from you right now?”