In the Media

Radio

Uplift Your Life: Nourishment of the Spirit (Live Radio) with Dr. Paula Joyce (August, 2017)

On-line

On Mindfulness. (Haaretz, 2017)

So, You Want Your Marriage to Thrive? (Thrive Global, 2017)

Five Reasons to Stop Caring What Others Think of You
(Entrepreneur Boy, 2017)

How to Accept Your Imperfect Child (A Fine Parent, 2017)

25 Tips to Getting Articles Published in Major Magazines (Wealthy Gorilla, 2017)

Consider NO New Year’s Resolutions for 2017 (Thrive Global, 2016)

How to Help Our Kids Get unSTUCK (Parent.Co, December 2016)

A World of Considerations. (Huffington Post, November, 2016)

Life is Like a Game of RummiKub: You Stay in the Game, No Matter What. (Huffington Post, November, 2016)

5 Ways to Teach Your Child to Ask for Forgiveness. (Kveller, October, 2016)

Why I Don’t Wish Happiness for My Kids. (Huffington Post, September, 2016)

Dear Mom and Dad, Before I Come Home from Camp, Please Read This. (Huffington Post, August 2016)

Dealing with Emotional Triggers: What to do when You’re Stuck on a Feeling? (Tiny Buddha, July 2016)

Authors Talk About it Book Review

Cherry Hill Native Shira Taylor Gura to bring mindfulness workshops (Voice, July 2016)

Easing Anxiety: The Story of How One Massage Therapist Stopped (Massage Magazine, July 2016)

Author Shira Taylor Gura to be scholar-in-residence at Voorhees Congregation in August (Voorhees Sun, June 2016)

Cherry Hill Native Encouraging Readers to become “unSTUCK’ with New Book (Cherry Hill Sun, June 2016)

Defuse the Emotional Bomb (Complete Well-Being, June 2016)

Trading Down – Must aliyah always mean a career decline? (Jerusalem Post on-line, June 2016)

15 Entreprenuers Discuss Why They Love Their Business (CEO Blog Nation, June 2016)

11 Ways to Complain Less & Feel Happier Everyday (Hustle, May 2016)

Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice (CEO Blog Nation, May 2016)

5 Steps to Unlearn Stereotyping (Everyday Power Blog, April 2016)

Podcast

Ruthless Compassion with Dr. Marcia Sirota (August, 2017)

Uplift Your Life: Nourishment of the Spirit (Live Radio) with Dr. Paula Joyce (August, 2017)

Positive Play with Cannon Lee and Triz Garcia (July, 2017)

Consciously Speaking with Michael Neeley (July, 2017)

The SuperMum Podcast with Lisa York (June, 2017)

Mindfulness Mode with Bruce Langford (May, 2017)

Lifeology with James Miller (May, 2017)

The Enoughness Revolution with Megan Hale (January, 2017)

Entrepreneur On Fire with John Lee Dumas (December, 2016)

Big Changes, Small Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin (November, 2016)

Authors Talk About It (October, 2016)

Get Gutsy with Jenny Fenig (September, 2016)

Fulfilling Life’s Yearnings with Blake Soulet (August, 2016)

Youtube

Interview with Authors Talk About It (October, 2016)

Print

Get unSTUCK! Pause, Slow Down, and Appreciate the Present Moment (Massage Magazine, July, 2016)

Author Shira Taylor Gura to be scholar-in-residence at Voorhees Congregation in August (Voorhees Sun, June 2016)

Cherry Hill Native Encouraging Readers to become “unSTUCK” with New Book (Cherry Hill Sun, June 2016)

Trading Down (Jerusalem Post, June 2016)

Defuse the Emotional Bomb (Complete Well-Being, June 2016)

Using a series of familiar real-life experiences, Shira Taylor Gura provides a method for coping with life’s confusing and difficult moments. Her S.T.U.C.K. method supplies practical options and perspectives to navigate through ‘sticky’ situations. You’ll see yourself in her stories!” Robin Bloom, broadcast journalist, Philadelphia, PA

The Stoics of Ancient Greece cautioned us to check in with our emotions and consider whether each of our emotional reactions is serving us or has the potential to harm us (or others). In the 1950s and 1960s, psychiatrist Aaron Beck and clinical psychologist Albert Ellis introduced new types of talk therapies that clinicians may employ with clients, cognitive therapies, in which the connection between thoughts and emotions is explored and thoughts are modified to enhance mental health. Today we can engage in such self-examination without a therapist. Shira Taylor Gura presents a simple, step-by-step, and easy-to-remember process through which we may notice and gain control of our emotions, thereby enhancing our well-being. Several other do-it-yourself cognitive therapy systems exist, but Ms. Gura’s is particularly simple to implement and memorable. Try her approach once and I think you will be S.T.U.C.K. on it.” –Gretchen M. Reevy, PhD, editor of The Praeger Handbook on Stress and Coping and author of Encyclopedia of Emotion.

“Anyone can get stuck.  Shira Taylor Gura helps create the voice in your head, a mental strategy,  to get you unstuck so you can get on with living your best authentic life.” Lu Ann Cahn, Speaker, Author of I Dare Me