Jeff Bridges and his Daughter Isabelle on Nourishing Family
Why is it so important to nourish ourselves and each other? On a special Father’s Day episode, actor and musicia...
About This EpisodeWhy is it so important to nourish ourselves and each other? On a special Father’s Day episode, actor and musician Jeff Bridges and his daughter, Mother’s Empowerment Coach Isabelle Bridges-Boesch, talk about the importance of nourishing relationships and fighting child hunger. “As you get older, you realize that the value you have and what’s really precious in life are these family relationships,” Jeff says about the inspiration and process of their children’s book, ‘Daddy Daughter Day.’ “I remember reading the Daddy Daughter Day story to you Dad, and you saying, with sparkly eyes, ‘we should turn this into a book, and I will illustrate it,’” recalls Isabelle. “When we have our children, we want to nourish them, and then we go unnourished ourselves. My mission is to help the moms feel nourished on the inside so they have a wellspring to give them,” she continues about her work helping mothers take care of their own needs. Jeff is the official spokesperson of the No Kid Hungry campaign. “[Child hunger] an issue that’s got a lot of hope to it. We can really end childhood hunger here in our country,” he believes.
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Jeff Bridges is an Academy Award-winning actor, a musician, a photographer, and a philanthropist. As an anti-hunger activist and advocate for children for the last 30 years, Jeff has been at the forefront of efforts to speak up for the most vulnerable members of our society — leading the End Hunger Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to feeding children around the world since 1983, and bringing a much needed spotlight to the issue of childhood hunger in America as the national spokesperson for the No Kid Hungry campaign since 2010.
Isabelle Bridges-Boesch is a Life Coach and Founder of Mom-ME Circle