**Introduction:**
- Host Adam Baruh discusses the importance of calls to action for podcasters, emphasizing the need for reviews and ratings to help podcasts get discovered.
- Adam introduces the guest, Tina Stinson, host of the podcast "Soul Align Self Care," which focuses on deep level self-care practices for personal and professional success.

**Tina Stinson's Journey:**
- Tina shares her personal story, starting with a life-altering event in 2007 when she had a stroke at the age of 39, caused by extreme stress.
- Despite being in the best shape of her life, Tina's stress levels from a demanding job and personal life led to a stroke that forced her to reevaluate her lifestyle.
- She embarked on a holistic journey of self-care, exploring nutrition, movement, energy protection, intuition, and boundary setting.

**The Turning Point:**
- Tina's recovery included learning to manage her stress and listen to her body's signals.
- She discovered the importance of deep level self-care, which goes beyond surface-level activities like getting nails done or taking bubble baths.
- Tina emphasizes the significance of inner work, such as setting and maintaining boundaries, to prevent stress-related health issues.

**Learning from the Body's Signals:**
- Tina recalls the physical signs her body gave her before the stroke, like trembling from exhaustion and vision issues.
- She stresses the importance of being in touch with one's body and recognizing when it's signaling for rest or indicating potential health problems.

**Tina's Toolbox for Self-Care:**
- Tina shares her personal self-care strategies, which vary depending on her emotional state.
- For anxiety, she turns to meditation and yoga, and for sadness, she allows herself to feel and process emotions.
- Stress release for Tina involves dancing, loud music, and sometimes screaming into a pillow as a reset.

**Closing Thoughts:**
- Adam and Tina discuss the narratives we create around life events and the importance of processing experiences without attaching good or bad labels.
- Adam shares his own self-care practice of taking walks to clear his head and the need to prioritize self-care amidst a busy schedule.

**Final Message:**
- Tina's message is to normalize deep level self-care to avoid reaching a breaking point and to prioritize one's own needs in order to live a healthier and more fulfilling life.

**Connect with Tina Stinson:**
- Learn more about deep level self-care and listen to her podcast, "Soul Align Self Care" on Apple Podcasts

**Call to Action:**
- If you've enjoyed this episode and found value in Tina's story and insights, please consider leaving a review and rating for "Beyond The Microphone" on your favorite podcast platform.
- Stay tuned for more episodes where we dive into the stories of podcasters and the valuable lessons they've learned along the way.

**Thank You for Listening!**
- Adam thanks listeners for joining this episode and invites them to continue the conversation by reaching out with questions or comments.
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