Maddie Zinz is one of my friends from Communication studies. She is a Junior at Kent State University and grew up in a farm town near Ravenna, Ohio. Maddie and I discuss her childhood growing up, sensitive people, bizarre teachers past and present, covid today, etc. Enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/danny-callaghan/support
EPISODE 184. Pia Toscano @PiaToscano links with Sabino via zoom. Pia talks about her neighborhood in Queens Howard Beach, her music career and what it's been like going on tour with @Andrea Bocelli For video version visit https://youtu.be/lFcxM11sig0 Be sure to follow Pia here https://instagram.com/piatoscano To shop our merchandise, visit https://www.paninishoppe.com/growingupitalian Be sure to check our our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/growingupitalian As always, if you enjoyed this video, be sure to drop a Like, Comment and please SUBSCRIBE. Grazie a tutti!
Our guests were raised in the Faith Assembly cult, which was created and led by Hobart Freeman. Typical of cults, they were abused, isolated from society and brainwashed. Fortunately they began to question the beliefs and practices of this sect and left. They struggled with the trauma for a long time, but they are brave survivors and they share their fascinating stories in this episode.
Judy Norton launched herself into pop culture history at the age of 13, when she earned a part on The Waltons in 1971 and spent the next nine years of her young life portraying Mary Ellen Walton. Grown up Judy is an actor, singer, writer, director and athlete. She also participates in projects involving her cast mates and thus remains forever a Walton. Judy's pandemic born Youtube channel answering fan questions about the show is a smash and she shares some of her more treasured memories with us right here! And, Fritz and Weezy are recommending The Forest of Vanishing Stars by Kristin Harmel, The Many Saints of Newark on HBO Max and Acapulco on Apple+. All that plus, Weezy's emoji fueled Twitter exchange with Cher!Path Points of Interest:Judy NortonJudy Norton's Youtube ChannelJudy Norton on IMDBJudy Norton on WikipediaJudy Norton on TwitterJudy Norton on FacebookThe Many Saints of Newark - In Theaters on on HBO MaxThe Forest of Vanishing Stars by Kristin HarmelKristin Harmel's Amazon Author PageFriends and Fiction Facebook Group Acapulco on Apple+Cher on TwitterCher and Weezy's Twitter Exchange
Actor-director Ron Howard and actor Clint Howard talk about their new memoir, "The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family." And, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón is dismissing about 60,000 marijuana convictions from before California legalized adult use in 2016. Gascón explains why he wants to see more jurisdictions expunge marijuana convictions.
In episode 71, Jerry Colonna teaches you how to attain radical self-inquiry through the challenges of leadership. Jerry Colonna is the CEO of Reboot.io and author of “Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up”. In this episode, we talk about asking questions as a leader and how to examine reasons and choices in a unique way. We also talk about how to free yourself of negative behavior and dive into a lot of concepts and ideas like ghosts in the machine and hashtag #GetCurious. Tune in to this really unique interview and feel your manager mindsets expand as Jerry asks questions that truly allow you to become more self-aware.
It's been a long time since I collaborated with another podcaster in English and here it is! The host of Dare to Travel, Duncan who was born in Hong Kong and grew up in Macau as a Cantonese and English speaker who moved to California, lived in New York and now in Taipei, Taiwan. He talks about his journey of growing up and the transitions from the U.S. to Taiwan. How does he cope with all the changes and being at the intersections of cultures, languages, and identities? He met his true love when traveling and how did it happen? | Find Duncan IG @followduncan and Dare to Travel @daretotravelpodcast or https://www.daretotravelpodcast.com/ | Duncan is also teaching English online, contact him! If you listen to Mandarin, go to their podcast and listen to my episode on my cross-cultural marriage experience in Ep50~!
In this special Hispanic Heritage Month Edition episode, Luis speaks with Lyanne Alfaro. Lyanne tells stories about what's next in the world of technology, business, and entrepreneurship. With more than a $2.6 trillion GDP, she is especially passionate about exploring the Latino influence in the world of business, which she speaks about via newsletter, podcast and platform; Moneda Moves. She is an award-winning journalist, having reported in national outlets including CNBC, NBC Latino, Business Insider, Millie Magazine, and worked on audience engagement as well as strategy. By day, she is supervising producer and social media content director at Nasdaq where she tells stories about the future of market technology and business. Notes: In this episode, Luis and Lyanne talk about the following and more: The power of Latinos at large How the diverse Latinx communities influence the world of money The growing success of Latino businesses Access to capital in the Latinx community Resources: LatinXcellence, more than a brand, it's a movement! Lyanne Alfaro's Website Lyanne Alfaro's IG Moneda Moves Newsletter Moneda Moves IG Moneda Moves on Apple Moneda Moves on Spotify Adelante Nasdaq Conference Registration Link Luis' LinkedIn Luis' Twitter Luis' Instagram
UNC Chapel Hill cancels classes today amid suicide investigations. Plus, everything you need to know about the supply chain shortages causing empty shelves at groceries. Also ahead, Hollywood siblings, Clint and Ron Howard, are in Studio 1A to chat about their new book, “The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family” and what it was like growing up in the spotlight. And we check in on Dylan Dreyer on her new book – and new baby!
Can't decided if I'm ready to grow up and go off to college or live like a kid forever in my parents basement… I'm confused and uncaffeinated listen for more :) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/keepitcolorful/message
Welcome to the 15th episode of our podcast! n this episode I will tell you about the "pretérito imperfecto" and use it to tell you about how was life in the 90's in Venezuela. All of it, in Spanish. Please help this community grow by sharing this episode on your social media. You can learn all the words you need and check the transcription of this podcast here. Please help this community grow by sharing this episode on your social media. You can also support us by purchasing any of our services at www.holasaru.com or by making any donation through the link below. Thank you for being here and enjoy!
Listen in as Luke, Nick, and Wade discuss Growing Up Christian. Wrath and Grace Radio is brought to you by Kepler Education, Logos Bible Software, Magothy Payments, and the generous contributions of Patreons like you! Don't forget to use code WGR8 when making your purchases at Logos.com.
This is a bonus episode for Dismantled Life for the Dismantled World Series. It's a close look at how we're all alike in our differences, how we all love our families, and share a common thread as Americans no matter where we come from in the World.Dismantled World is aimed at opening up a little corner of the world we may not know much about, and uncover how we all love our families, work hard to put food on the table, and all start from the same starting line as Americans.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Dismantledlife)
On this episode Westside MOE pulled up on me, we talked about growing up on the west side, eradicate clothing brand, creating music & more. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/m.o.e/ https://www.instagram.com/issac_pmo/ Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/issac_pmo Eradicate Clothing Website https://www.eradicateclothing.com/ Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/player-moves-only-podcast/id1527622440 Spotify Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/2dLoo9ucUSCelFtyKOi9Ed?si=efVYNr8cSZiyhHVH-Vr4ZA&dl_branch=1 YouTube Channel : https://youtube.com/channel/UCT20XloBfBZuNozfAC6JPxA
Hey, Breakfast Club fans! Since you love this podcast, we think you might like this one as well. On Exactly Amara, reality star, model, singer and overall boss lady, Amara La Negra gets personal on just about everything! She discusses dating, sex, relationships, social media, plastic surgery, body positivity and everything in between! About this Episode: On her very first episode of Exactly Amara, Amara La Negra discusses the importance of representation, what it was like growing up and understanding her Afro Latinidad, and how she continues to advocate for Latinos. Amara, along with her co-host Stevey Newnez share their personal stories . They talk about the lack of Afro-Latino representation in the entertainment industry, and address the missed opportunity a film like In The Heights had to create roles and a true-to-life depiction of communities like Washington Heights. For more episodes go to: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-exactly-amara-84301498/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Lavrentiev. an unscripted conversation about growing up in the mars hill era, humility, being founded in truth, and evangelism in post modern era.A great, humble man of God. Paul L shares his heart as he grew up in the Seattle area and what he sees in the church todayThis is unscripted, and a mic for our conversation, as it would take place off-air.
This week Addison talked with Isaiah Malloe a 3 star safety out of Kennedy Catholic High School here in Washington state. They talk about what it is like growing up with a father who coaches D1 football, what clicked during their undefeated season and his career aspirations.Follow Isaiah: https://www.instagram.com/isaiahmalloe/Follow On the Line: https://www.instagram.com/on_the_line_addison/
This week I am talking about turning 35. Some of my life lessons I have gained while being 34, where I'm at and where I'm going. Join me on this journey. Thank you for listening. Please subscribe to all of our channels. Hope you enjoy! Check out our merch and stay connected to us at linktr.ee/theartoflettinggo If you would like to give us some feedback or just reach out to us feel free: https://anchor.fm/theartoflettinggopodcast/message @theartoflettinggopodcast (ig) email@example.com (213) 394-2773 Music by: Mike Brown @justmikebeats primomiguel.com #newepisode #linkinbio #podcast #artoflettinggo #conversation #socialdistancing #mentalhealth #quarantine #blackmen #blackvoices #blacklgbt #1925society #topshelf4life #feelfree2feelfree #therapy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theartoflettinggopodcast/message
We learn about the experiences and perspectives of those from immigrant families who grew up in Maine, and are now working and contributing to their communities.
We learn about the experiences and perspectives of those from immigrant families who grew up in Maine, and are now working and contributing to their communities.
Happy Friday! Today on the Brett Allan Show we have the icon and international musician Tito Jackson, formerly of "The Jackson 5" to talk about his brand new record "Under Your Spell" all the way from the UK! He shares candidly about growing up with his brothers and how he use to sneak his father's guitar when he went to work and practice what he saw and heard others doing. And well, we know the rest is history. He talks best advice given and received, other influences and his legacy, plus much more. Enjoy! Give us kind rating and review!https://ratethispodcast.com/brettallanshowEmail firstname.lastname@example.orgBe sure to follow us on social media for all the latest podcast updates!Twittertwitter.com/@brettallanshowIGinstagram.com/brettallanshowFacebookFacebook.com/brettallanshowNOW ON YOUTUBE!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChHLbnRKmqYmZ4Xl24v3d7A
Sophia and Sistine Stallone join Katie Austin for some much needed girl talk! They talk all about their dating lives, how they deal with online hate comments, and what it's like making a name for yourself when you grow up with famous parents. Tune in for some exclusive awkward date talk... Follow Austin AF on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/austinaf/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“What alcohol was doing for me outlaid what it was doing to me.” --Tom Today, Ben and I are talking to Tom, who works in the recovery field. Born and raised in downtown Manhattan, he became a drug dealer and eventually became sober from drugs and alcohol. He has been on the road to recovery for the past seven years. Starting the Drinking Habit at Age 10 Born and raised in New York City, Tom grew up in abusive family life, reflected in his poor behavior at school. Feeling like something was missing in his life, he discovered that alcohol filled that void at 10. From the beginning, Tom drank too much and didn't know how to stop drinking as he was trying to impress the older adults who surrounded him. He was so obsessed with drinking and doing drugs that he had to stay an extra year in high school to finish up the credits that he missed from his addiction during the school year. Falling into Becoming a Drug Dealer Since many of his friends ended up selling weed in high school, Tom decided to go the same route as college wasn't even on his radar. “I had a big retail business with guys delivering for me. I was a career pot dealer.” Although he knew he was living a lie as a drug dealer, the thought of becoming clean was scary because Tom realized if he left dealing drugs and his lifestyle that he would have to grow up and become responsible. Check out our website where you can download episodes with helpful information for those in recovery and their families. Share this podcast with a friend and leave us a review! Show Notes: [02:05] Tom's early years and how he became addicted to alcohol. [04:22] How New York and growing up in a fast-paced environment impacted Tom's addiction. [10:32] His circle of friends in high school was drug dealers selling weed. [14:00] The thought of getting sober was scary for Tom because he realized he would need to grow up. [16:55] The first time he decided to stop being an addict was on 9-11. [18:33] Discovering opiate drugs and how Tom thought he would be OK with opiates. [21:44] Adding cocaine to his alcohol and opiate drug addiction. [26:29] First time Tom experience hope in his life to get off of drugs and alcohol. [35:14] The point at which Tom stopped making excuses in his life. [40:16] Surrendering and how this affected his healing journey to recovering. Episode Links and Resources Real Recovery Live Chat Real Recovery Talk on the Web Real Recovery Talk on YouTube Leave Real Recovery Talk a review on iTunes Rock Recovery Center Real Recovery Talk on Facebook Find out more about Al-Anon and how this resource can support your family Ideas for a show? Email us email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast editing and show notes by Pro Podcast Solutions
When she was 7, Qian Julie Wang – just Qian Wang then – landed at JFK airport in New York City. Her airsick mother leaned on her for support. Her father, whom she hadn't seen in two years, had skimped on food to afford the cab driving them from the airport. Thus started her life as an undocumented child in America. Show notes00:00 Intro02:32 "A privilege, power and responsibility to share my secret"06:13 "What it means to be a writer"07:56 "At bottom we're all not really that different"09:49 "The before and after of my childhood and my life"13:10 "We had to be everything for each other"15:22 "It was my job to keep us from being noticed"17:44 "Salvation and refuge in books"18:39 "Split between the two worlds"20:48 Membership ad22:19 "Public school in Chinatown"27:49 "I went to school hungry every day"31:18 "Everything I thought was wrong with me was simply a part of being human"34:10 "There's nothing we are afraid of now"39:01 Outro
Jason Estes is a wayshower and founder of Activation Station. He is a spiritual teacher who brings his students through a consciousness course and assists them in discovering their true, authentic selves. In this episode of Visionary Souls, we explored... How special people take up more space than authentic people How the universe doesn't want you to be special, it wants you to be real and unique If you want to be in your actual size and fit inside your maze (destiny) perfectly, the world will make sure that you do as long as that you don't give up All that matters is that we are running towards God with all who we are If you need something, you have it otherwise you wouldn't be alive right now Make something of yourself if you haven't yet; if you have, let go of what you made and make something even greater Grow up and become the adult that you are being responsible for How it's the weird people who change the world And SOUL much more...come play! Connect with Jason: Facebook Learn more about Jason's MTVO organization here. Check out his platform Activation Station here. Additional resources for your visionary journey: Exploring what's here + now Book a 1:1 Soul Sourcing Session Training + Activations Support Visionary Souls with a love donation Free Trainings + Meditations Sign up for ASCEND The Empath Experience Book Self-Mastery Courses 5D Visionary Business Training 5D visionary business equinox immersion
In this special Hispanic Heritage Month Edition episode, Luis speaks with Alejandra Alanis (Ale). Alejandra is a Risk Consulting Manager for RSM US LLP, a public accounting firm focused on the middle market. She grew up in a small town in Eastern, Washington and later went on to attend the University of Washington where she majored in Finance and International Business. She is the proud daughter of two Mexican immigrants who are now self-employed. Her parents' story has always inspired her, and she is passionate about empowering individuals to pursue their aspirations & excellence. Ale serves as the VP of Membership for the ALPFA LA chapter, a non-profit focused on developing the next generation of Latino leaders, and more recently became part of her firm's National Steering Committee for HOLA, her firm's Latino Employee Network Group. Notes: In this episode, Luis and Alejandra talk about the following and more: Alejandra's background and upbringing Factors that contribute to success Leveraging your personal brand The potential of Latinos in business Resources: LatinXcellence, more than a brand, it's a movement! Alejandra's LinkedIn Alejandra's Instagram Association of Latino Professionals For America (ALPFA) The Compound Effect Book Summary by James Clear Luis' LinkedIn Luis' Twitter Luis' Instagram
Are you growing deep? In this message, Pastor Jamie shares how to grow deep in the Lord.VFC's strategy for your spiritual growth is to be centered on the cross.There are four sections on a cross: Growing Deep, Growing Up, Reaching Out, Reaching In. The goal is for all four of these to be working in equal amounts, where you stay the center at the heart of Jesus. Growing Deep – developing intimacy with God. Colossians 2:7 “Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness.”The strength of your roots determines your ability to bend in the storm.Intimacy is when you say to someone “into me see.” James 4:8 “Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.”Growing Deep requires:1. Time.2 Corinthians 3:18 “So all of us who have had that veil removed can see and reflect the glory of the Lord. And the Lord—who is the Spirit—makes us more and more like him as we are changed into his glorious image.”Intimacy is incremental—it takes time. 2. Time alone. Luke 5:15-16 “The news about him spread all the more, so that crowds of people came to hear him and to be healed of their sicknesses. 16 But Jesus often withdrew to lonely places and prayed.”Jesus wants to be your one and only, not one of many. 3. Talking.1 Thessalonians 5:17 “Pray without ceasing.” NLT – Never stop praying. You will never wear out your welcome with God. 4. Thinking.Psalm 19:14 “May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing to you, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer.”What you think about you bring about. You become what you behold. 5. Trust.Psalm 28:7 “The Lord is my strength and shield. I trust him with all my heart. He helps me, and my heart is filled with joy. I burst out in songs of thanksgiving.”Confidence in someone leads you to commitment to that person. You might be freaking out in your head, but you can trust God with your heart. 6. Truth. Psalm 145:18 “The Lord is close to all who call on him, yes, to all who call on him in truth.”God already knows everything about us. What He wants is not informational, but relational. Are you growing deep?
Scott speaks with Brittany Winner, whose sister Reality Winner just got out of federal prison after disclosing a classified record from the NSA revealing Russia's attack on the 2016 election. Besides all of the many reasons why we would interview Brittany, there is one she raised that people might not be aware of; as she explains, her whistleblower sister Reality's body is free, but she is still muzzled from speaking to the media by the rest of her sentence and court controls. She explained why her sister made the decision to leak records to The Intercept and what she was doing at the time she made that decision which might actually surprise you. She even explains precisely what spurred Reality Winner to engage in an act of selfless heroism in service of our country.
Hailing from Linköping, Sweden, Ghost is, without a doubt, the most theatrical band on the road today. And their live show, their music, their image, is all carefully crafted by one man...frontman Tobias Forge. And while the band is preparing to head out on a massive tour with Volbeat, they're also featured on the soundtrack of the upcoming Halloween Kills soundtrack with the new single "Hunter's Moon" We caught up with Tobias this morning to find out about the tour, how they ended up on the soundtrack and more!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Noah and Cody both grow up in church planting families and they talk about what it is like growing up in a church planting family. They walk through the good, the bad and the ugly of having church planting parents. What were some of the good things their parents did and what were some of the bad.
In this episode, we bring on John's son, Johnny, to talk about what it was like growing up with a mobster for a father. This episode offers a fantastic perspective on the toll that the mafia would take on family members, especially once incarcerated. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-johnny--gene-show/support
This is the 4th episode that highlights a Latina in honor of Latinx Heritage Month and it was such a fun chat with Gina from @inanewyorkbudget. Gina is such a real one - she shares her reflections about growing up "spoiled" where her parents would get her the things she wanted and she never thought much about the money. Once she was old enough to begin helping out and earning money on her own, she tasted true independence and realized that it meant she would have to provide the money for the lifestyle she wanted to live and maintain without help from her parents! Listen as Gina breaks down the vacation savings fund for 2020 that ended up putting her and some family members in a really good place financially before the pandemic hit. You'll just love Gina's down-to-earth personality and openness about her goals, mistakes and current priorities when it comes to money and her mindset. Follow Gina here: https://www.instagram.com/inanewyorkbudget/https://twitter.com/inanewyorkbudgt★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
The spiritually mature believer can live his life as unto the Lord and not as unto man. “Whatever you do, do it from your soul as unto the Lord and not unto man” (Col 3:23). You get to spiritual maturity by coming to understand God's plan and consistently functioning in it. You get to know God through Christ and understand God through the ministry of the Holy Spirit and through Scripture as enlightened by a well-qualified pastor. Growing to spiritual maturity is the basis for our blessings in time and rewards in eternity. God provides everything we need to grow up spiritually through His grace provisions. “Grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ” (2 Pet 3:18). Click for Full Transcript If the hotlink doesn't work copy the full link, below, and paste it into your search engine finder: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ntodzmepcedbp5i/377-Growing-up-Spiritually-transcript.pdf?dl=0 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rick-hughes/message
In today's travel story, Tom Srsich shares a couple of hilarious travel stories with his sons in Hawaii as well as some surprising parenting tips.Tom's Travel StoriesI can go to school here!We can just camp here?Tom Srsich's Contact InformationTravel With Too Tall TomFacebook.com/TSrsichWhat do you think about living in Hawaii? **Let us know on Facebook and Instagram.**Tom Srish's Contact InformationTravel With 2TallTomFacebook.com/TSrsich For Current Promotions and complete show notes, go to Shayne.FUN/att73. Do You Have a Travel Story? For a chance to potentially be featured on an episode of All Things Travel Stories, go to Shayne.FUN/Story.Ready to plan your vacation? Ryan and Shayne are both Travel Advisors with Creating Magic Vacations and will make YOU the travel-planning superhero.Contact Ryan at DisneyTravelDad.Com.Contact Shayne at Shayne.fun.Never miss an episode and help us take you to the top with us be subscribing and leaving a 5-Star review on your favorite podcasting app:Apple PodcastsStitcherAmazon MusicSpotifyiHeartRadioGoogle Podcasts
Growing up in foster care, Sam Smith had a confusing and challenging childhood. He explains how engaging with the wilderness has helped him overcome and heal from the past and how it continues to do so for him. He once found himself stranded in the Mountains and decided to live out there alone for 2 months. He now lives outside in a Wikiup (AKA primitive living shelter made of sticks) full-time while attending a primitive skills university in Montana called Green University. What a guy!!!! Follow Sam! Facebook: Sam Smith Instagram: @Backcountry_Runaway --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ford-erickson/support
Hello my crazy party podcast people, that's three p's. Hope you listen to this episode of the podcast, we had fun talking about today's fashion and our own fashion sense. How our thinking of "growing up" differs to the reality, and we find out that Alex is an INFLUENCER now??? like really, use code XELAMATA at checkout for $10 off your purchase at www.brevite.coor click the link www.brevite.co/xelamata!Enjoy!
My guest today is [Kevin Campos](https://fifthwall.com/team/kevin-campos), Partner and Head of Retail at [Fifth Wall](https://fifthwall.com/). Fifth Wall manages the largest fund specialized in real estate technology. On the retail side, some of their investments include Allbirds, Cotopaxi and Foxtrot. This was an awesome conversation about Kevin's upbringings in retail, how that shaped his career, the changes in retail during COVID and why landlords should be open to tech enabled tenants and their advantages. Without further ado, here's Kevin. Some of the questions I ask Kevin: 1. What was your attraction to retail? 2. What were some of your learnings from your parents since they were both business owners? 1. Summer Camp Campos was working in the 3. What attracted you to work at Fifth Wall and on the investing side of retail? 1. Operating ideas 2. Ideas vs. execution 4. How do you think about investing in consumer brands in this current environment? 5. We've talked on this show about the changes in retail during COVID, which were drastic. How has (or has) that changed your thinking when you're advising companies if/when they should go into retail? 6. Recently I had on Ernesto Schmitt, co-founder of the venture fund The Craftory and he said that he believes alot of digitally native brands are heading into retail way to early. How do you make of the current market? 7. What are some creative growth strategies you've seen brands incorportate? 8. How important is Amazon to a brand strategy? 9. How will the retail store change as we come out of COVID? 10. Do you have to be a sustainable brand to win? 1. Also, what does sustainability mean to you? 11. Are there certain markets or parts of certain cities within the U.S. that you think are destined to become a retail destinations? 12. When does it make sense for a brand to create their own stores as opposed to go wholesale when thinking about expanding into retail? 13. What's one thing you would change about venture capital? 14. What's one book that inspired you personally and one book that inspired you professionally? 15. What's the best piece of advice that you've received?
Welcome to SEASON THREE of The Modesty Files! On today's episode, we're speaking with Lindsey, a former member of Advanced Training Institute, the infamous homeschool curriculum created by Bill Gothard. While we know our guest as Lindsey, for those on TikTok, you may know her as at @cultchronicles. Looking for something to do at the start of quarantine, Lindsey decided to re-read her old journals and document her re-exploration of the past on TikTok. She went viral, and people were fascinated by the stories she was sharing. But more importantly, Lindsey discovered that opening up about her life in ATI was what she needed to finally begin her healing process. So today, instead of hearing Lindsey's experience growing up in ATI in a 1-minute video, we have two episodes to explore the depths of her upbringing.Topics in this episode include mature adult themes, so listener discretion is advised.Support us on Patreon! patreon.com/themodestyfilesFollow us on Instagram @themodestyfiles for updates and bonus content.
Bryan shares with Hoadley his love for the Chicago Cubs, Harry Caray, WGN Radio and The 7th Inning Stretch. tHen he shares his disdain for Conor McGregor's slaughter of the Wrigley Tradition of singing Take Me Out! Finally, the gang reviews a government produced movie from the 1940's warning soldiers of STD's, loose women and the danger of unclean sex. It's an eye-opening film that shows the backwards attitudes toward women, sex and movie making! LINKS:Want a TCB limited edition collectible sticker? Each series sticker is limited and first come, first serve. Click HERE to find out how!Or send a text or voicemail to 661-Best-2-Yo (1.661.237.8296)Watch this episode on YoutubeTCBTV-minusSponsorStreamlight Lending By SunTrust Bank (Use Code TCB for additional interest savings)DBSAlliance For Mental Health HelpMagic Spoon (Use Code TCB)FUM (Use Code TCB) Smokeless Pipe for Smoking SesationMEMPHO Music Fest (Oct 1st-3rd 2021)Castbox is the TCB partner for the Mempho Fest showsSubscribe to The Commercial Break Podcast Youtube ChannelNew Episodes on Tuesdays and now Fridays everywhere!Text or leave us a message: 1-(661)-BEST-2-YO | (1-661-237-8296)