Society & Culture
May 5, 2021
I talk with my friend and colleague Noel King about getting comfortable with uncomfortable conversations in my personal life, and why she thinks my brain is a "little bit different." Are you new to our show? Welcome! Make sure you subscribe in your podcast player, and check out our . It's filled with our favorite episodes and with information about how to join our community. Hear more from Noel King on Death, Sex & Money, in the episode she reported about , and in . We're still collecting your stories about the hardest conversations you've ever had. Send us a a voice memo or an email: [email protected] Follow us on and upport our work at
May 5, 2021
Since the onset of colonization Indigenous women have experienced violence with reckless abandon, today it is a public health emergency. Traditionally, many of our Native societies are matrilineal but settler colonialism has disrupted our traditional value systems. These shifts have tragically contributed to the epidemic of violence we see committed against our women and Two Spirit relations. The issue is systemic and this episode discusses how we must hold systems and people accountable. Mary Kathryn Nagle (Cherokee) is a playwright and lawyer with Pipestem Law, a firm dedicated to legal advocacy for the safety of Native women and tribal sovereignty. She represents families of victims and has testified before Congress for the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Her perspective on the legal issues regarding MMIW expounds how tribal sovereignty and jurisdiction is so important in combatting the crisis. She also explains how political participation and allyship is necessary to fight subversive systems which propagate violence.Abigail Echohawk (Pawnee) is Director of the Urban Indian Health Institute and a leader in the movement to bring visibility to MMIW through political advocacy work, data, and research. Her organization conducted a seminal report on the crisis to better understand the prevalence of the crisis which has harmed our relations for 500 years.This episode is raw, real, and heart wrenching. The crisis must be addressed and we need allies to join us in making it visible so we can all take action. We need to hold non-Natives upholding these systems accountable. Further, we need Natives to step into roles of political power to demand change. Every statistic represents a Native woman. We must honor and protect our sisters. No more stolen sisters. Links and Resources: Fill out in support of VAWAMary Kathryn Nagle MontanaAll My Relations is Listener SupportedBecome a Patron: FollowAll My Relations on Matika on MusicSpecial thanks to Antone and The West Shore Canoe Family & Joanne Shannendoah AMR Team Creative direction, sound engineering, and editing by Film Editing by Sound production byDevelopment Manager: Will Paisley Production Assistant: Kristin BolanDirector of Business Development: Edison HunterSocial Media Intern: Lindsey HightowerResearch Intern: Keoni Rodriguez2nd Editor: Carly SjordalSales and Marketing Intern: Jamie Marquez-Bratcher (
April 29, 2021
E259 Human Carrie Akre is a legend in the Seattle music scene. As the frontwoman for bands like Hammerbox, Goodness and the Rockford with Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready, she rocked sold out shows and was a household name across the Pacific Northwest. She also released four critically acclaimed solo albums. She’s focusing now on supporting […]
April 26, 2021
Dr. Tammy talks with Dr. Lee Phillips about what you can do when chronic illness, pain, the pandemic, or any other major life change, impacts your relationship and sexual connection with your partner. Learn how to get physically creative and harness curiosity as a key to improving your relationship no matter what challenge (big or small) you may be forced to face.
May 1, 2021
We have been thinking about how intertwined privilege and dominant culture are with choice so we invited international Intimacy Coach, Consent Facilitator and Pleasure Activist Robyn Dalzen back to talk about how pivotal choice is in our ability to create consent. “... this whole area of not having a choice has [a] major impact on our ability as a culture, as a society to create consensual agreements and consensual systems.” Mentions: Hear more with Robyn in episodes 3 and 4 Robyn’s work: www.robyndalzen.com IG: @rdalzen Connect with us: Ama Rouge Website: wearewildwithin.com IG: @ama.rouge, @wearewildwithin @readwithrougebookclub @rougedoesfood LinkedIn: <a href=' FB: AmaRougemoves Ella Mesma Website: <a href=' <a href=' <a href=' LinkedIn: <a href=' IG: @Ellamesma @BusinessYoga @Maya_Gandaia FB:@EllaMesma @MayaGandaia @BusinessYogaUK Music by Tomo Carter IG: @tomocarter Everything else brought to you by us, the PowerUp! power team
April 28, 2021
In this episode, Annette speaks with Don Grothoff, a behavior transformation specialist, family coach and father of three about his personal experience dealing with “invisible disabilities” within his family and how they developed a program to help other families like theirs.
April 29, 2021
Series of heartbreaks pushed Abena to give up on love. In her own words; "Love is for losers." She gave up on love and rather decided to sleep around. She wanted to love like the way men do but somewhere along the line, something changed and that change took her to territories she never thought possible. reads Abena's story, titled, "Love is for Losers" --- Send in a voice message:
May 5, 2021
The first week in May we celebrate Mother's Day, so Happy Mother's Day! My mom is so special. I am so blessed to have her. What are your traditions for Mother's Day? I'd love to know! I took some time away from my podcast. Winter blues can be rough, so in this episode I share tips on how to comeback from it. I speak on the importance of sleep, nutrition, exercise, self-care, & time with God. Connect with me on IG @karivazquezco/email [email protected] Thank you for listening!
May 5, 2021
Tal Vaisman and Jimmy Chauveau of the band Kadeema are a rock duo who write chunky, dance-y and clever songs that juxtapose the day to day malaise with the satirical. They’re genuinely decent lads with good hearts and big sounds. We talk about the end of long tour at Massey Hall, getting bad news on the battlefield, Jim’s cat banana and Tal’s rescue Chihuaua Priscilla the killah.
May 3, 2021
Is Buddhism a philosophy or religion? Whats the secret to overcoming anxiety around loss? How can we treat our anxiety more compassionately? Learn the answer to these questions and more in this in this week's episode of the Learn to Love Podcast, where your host Zach Beach interviews meditation teacher and author, Lodro Rinzler on Finding Peace in Anxious Times. To learn more about this episode click here: Learn more about your guest below: Lodro Rinzler is the author of seven meditation books including The Buddha Walks into a Bar and Love Hurts: Buddhist Advice for the Heartbroken and the co-founder of MNDFL meditation studios in New York City. He has taught meditation for nineteen years in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and travels frequently for his books, having spoken across the world at conferences, universities, and businesses as diverse as Google, Harvard University and the White House. Named one of 50 Innovators Shaping the Future of Wellness by SONIMA, Rinzler's work has been featured in The New York Times,The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Good Morning America, CBS, and NBC. Learn more at - - - - Learn more about your host and the show at: www.zachbeach.com www.the-heart-center.com Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/learntolovenow Join the Community group:
April 28, 2021
What if you could receive a prescription for your soul aligned success? Aziza Alaoui was a successful pharmacist with her own chain of pharmacies until she realized her success was not aligned with her soul. Aziza discusses how she made the transition to transformational coaching and is now living her authentic life. Here are other great topics covered on this podcast: · How to achieve soul aligned success · Alternatives to pharmaceuticals · Live in the present moment · Showing up is half the work · Power of belief Aziza Alaoui is an entrepreneur and mindset transformational coach, facilitator, speaker and trainer. Aziza’s mission revolves around teaching entrepreneurs and professionals how to overcome their success barriers through mindset mastery and then define their deeper purpose to achieve soul-aligned success. Aziza uses a fusion of her career as a pharmacist and successful female entrepreneur and then blends it with the practical aspects of life where she reconciles her clients with an authentic life focused on purpose, progress and assets. Visit Aziza’s website at Connect with Aziza on Facebook at her Ambitious Spiritual Leaders Group Music: Voyage by Bolide
May 4, 2021
Join us tonight for a best-of episode, as we revisit some of our most talked-about segments. Don’t miss the girls' discussion on Lil Nas X, the people-pleasing trap, and an interview with interior designer, Rebekah Brown, to learn some easy ways to freshen up your home and style.
May 3, 2021
Omid Yalie has been helping coaches hit the $10k/month mark for the past four years in 100 days or less without cold messaging or spending a dime on ads. In this episode, we explore… * How to get clients consistently * How to grow your coaching business without breaking down * Why cold messaging is killing your business and what to do instead * How to no longer be the best-kept secret * The best delivery model for your practice Like this episode? Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and Spotify. If you listen to the Extraordinary Being Movement podcast, take a screenshot and tag us @ExtraordinaryBeingMovement on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter @theebmpodcast. Connect with Omid Yalie… Website: Facebook: Instagram: LinkedIn: About Omid Yalie... There is a reason the world's most successful coaches call Omid "The Coach" - he's one of the most authentic and influential business coaches working anywhere in the world today. His signature systems are built around scaling systems to attract prospects, convert them to clients, and deliver them en-masse. He's on a mission to eliminate cold-calling, ambulance-chasing, and high-pressure selling from the coaching industry and replace it with education-based marketing. Join the Movement! Go to to get instant access.
April 29, 2021
It's Caller Day! Our caller, Kate, has a unique predicament that veers into discussions about mismatched Love Languages and our cultural expectations surrounding proposals. How much does a formal "Will you marry me" *really* matter, and does a man's reticence to deliver on this gender role tradition speak to a deeper problem? Visit for 10% off and free shipping on your Hello Tushy bidet! If you have a relationship question, write us at: [email protected] Subscribe and watch the episodes on YouTube! Follow us! Dear Shandy - Sharleen Joynt - Andy Levine -
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