We have the pleasure of meeting our next guest, Carlos Contreras, in his captivating and innovative shared artist space, a unique initiative he's spearheading called the "Artist Factory." This concept represents the first of its kind in Albuquerque—a gathering place for various artists and service providers to collaborate under one roof, creating a dynamic and supportive creative community.During our conversation, Carlos passionately discusses the idea of nested businesses and the potential of bringing together artists and creators to contribute to their local community. His vision shines through as he envisions a space where these talents can flourish with the right support and investment.Born and raised in Albuquerque, Carlos grew up in a traditional Catholic family, shaped by the influence of his marine father and the challenges posed by his mother's mental health issues. Despite the tough love atmosphere at home, Carlos found solace and expression in the arts. His journey began as a slam poet performer, a culture he embraced and excelled in, which helped him carve out his identity.As life unfolded, Carlos transitioned into marriage and fatherhood, only to find himself divorced and returning home to Albuquerque. Here, he embarked on a new artistic path, exploring painting on large canvases. A defining moment emerged when his young daughter expressed interest in painting on his artwork. Carlos's decision to embrace her creativity inspired him to venture into abstract art, fundamentally altering his creative trajectory.Join us as we delve into Carlos's story, discovering the evolution of his artistic expression, his resilience, and the unique community-building endeavor he's embarked upon with the Artist Factory. The Jar provides a platform for him to share his experiences, insights, and aspirations with us all. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
JESUS CLUB - Also known as week 6 of our fall "Known" Series. This week the KIDDOS take over and teach us what culture in our community is all about. This is our LAST SUNDAY at CLAPP AUDITORIUM in person on Mount Sequoyah in Fayetteville, AR at 10:15am - there will be signs to guide you. Oct 1st and thereafter until we complete renovations on our building, we will be meeting at Central United Methodist in their Chapel at 4:30pm. You can find out more about us at our website www.gracechurchnwa.org It is a priority for us at Grace Church NWA to make LGBTQIA+, all ethnicities and races, those with disabilities, and other marginalized people groups feel accepted, included, and valuable to the life of our community!
Estrenamos una nueva tertulia para combatir las mentes más obtusas. Os traemos querides, diversidad y diversión en: QUE VIENE EL LOBBY GAY. Hablaremos de temas que afectan e interesan al colectivo LGBTQIA+ y a una sociedad diversa que combate el odio con Samantha Hudson y Puto Mikel, y una invitada especial: la periodista y escritora Inés Martín Rodrigo. Más información aquí: https://bit.ly/LobbyGay1243 Haz posible Carne Cruda: http://bit.ly/ProduceCC
Auntea Dawon is upset with Delta's frequent flyer updates, Angelica Ross is also team #BlameRyanMurphy, Anti-LGBTQIA movements pick up steam, Beyonce's Renaissance Tour is ruined due to a fight with a friend, and so much more! So, get your cups ready for Minoritea Report! Time Stamps: 0:00- Is it Covid? 4:13- Delta's Reward Program 15:05- Corby's & Sidetrack 21:36- Angelica Ross vs. Ryan Murphy 31:09- Anti-LGBTQIA Movements 45:12- Tea Break 46:00- AYA: She Ruined Renaissance 1:02:50- Seattle Renaissance 1:11:55- Destiny's Child & Nsync Follow Us- MERCH: MinoriteaReport.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=1455491d0a4049b5
Our next guest, John Thompson, welcomed us into his uniquely adorned apartment in Santa Fe—a space transformed into a haven of new age universe vibes. His apartment resonated with the atmosphere of his endeavors, including a makeshift recording area for his audio books—a testament to his dedication.John's upbringing was colored by his adopted mother's determination to pursue her passion for singing, performing wherever she could, even in churches and prisons. At 24, a significant turn of events occurred when his birth mother reached out to him on Facebook. Their meeting, along with the discovery of a sibling, proved overwhelming for a young man processing the complexities of these new relationships.As we delve deeper into John's narrative, we uncover his writing journey, which began as early as fourth grade and has since flourished into a complex and vast ecosystem of creative expression. John's adult audio work is a testament to his dedication to curating and sharing this expansive literary world.Despite his artistic inclinations, John also engaged in sports during his high school years. A recurring theme in many of our guests' stories—the profound influence of grandparents—shines through. For John, his grandma Lona stood as a guiding force, grounding him throughout his life journey.John generously shares his writing process, reflecting on the lessons he's learned along the way: the significance of carving out dedicated writing time, the importance of pursuing one's bliss, the reminder not to become a mere chapter in someone else's story, and the recognition that life is an ongoing draft, allowing us to learn from our mistakes.In this installment of The Jar, we join John as he opens up about his life experiences, weaving together tales of family dynamics, personal growth, and the power of creative expression. For more of John check out:His website: www.adultstorytime.netInstagram: gratefulwanderer7Podcast: Oddville revue with Adam Herman and John thompsonFor more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
The group, surrounded by a dense fog, begins to hear echoing whispers in the air around them. They're called liars, thieves and murderers. When they discover that the voice responds to their assertions that they are not those things, they reveal their purpose that they wish to move forward and cause no harm. “Catch me if you can” is the response before the voice goes silent.As they attempt to find their original trail, Trix makes the suggestion that the voice may be the witch and Rou asks the disembodied voice. The only response is a laugh and the sound of tinkling bells. When Eight calls out that they wish to offer the witch something in trade, the fog begins to thin. Ahead of them is a hut, surrounded by gardens, goats and wandering rabbits. They enter the hut, eyes scanning for traps and tricks. Follow us on Twitter @RoadsUnchartedFollow Dax @GM_Dax, Kappa @TheKappaChris, Sebastian @sebastianyue and Wren @ThornyDryad Affiliates with Friday Afternoon Tea
We had the pleasure of meeting Kelley Koehler at her massage studio – a space that resonates with intention, warmth, and mindfulness. As she welcomed us, it was clear that Kelley has undergone a remarkable transformation. She radiates a sense of self-love and maturity that contrasts vividly with the person she was not too long ago.Kelley's roots trace back to suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her father's occupation as a racecar driver and her mother's self-absorption marked her upbringing. The divorce of her parents during her third-grade year led to a series of moves orchestrated by her mother's quest for work opportunities. From Arkansas to Wisconsin, the family navigated small towns as her mother hustled for a better life.The shift from her Wisconsin small town to the bustling urban environment of Houston during her teenage years was a jarring experience. Kelley, who had been accustomed to being the center of attention in her small-town schools, suddenly found herself a small fish in a much larger pond. Coping with this culture shock and the ensuing struggle to fit in, Kelley turned to alcohol, drugs, and other means of self-soothing.However, her life took a different direction. She left home at 17, and by the time she turned 18, she was in rehab. Surprisingly, her challenges weren't centered around drugs or alcohol; instead, she realized that her core issue was codependency and the need to learn how to navigate life independently from the influence of her narcissistic mother.Kelley's journey included six marriages and six children. The cumulative experiences brought her to a moment of profound self-discovery. Now, in this beautiful chapter of her life, she has embraced self-love and has surrendered to her own identity. She has learned to stand strong in her individuality and no longer seeks someone or something external to complete her. Join us as we bear witness to Kelley's inspiring transformation, a narrative that unfolds with each step she takes through The Jar.For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
We had the privilege of meeting our next guest, David Andrew, on a Thursday afternoon in Santa Fe. His apartment, located just off the main drag, still carried the sense of a recent transition. As we parked the van and began unloading our gear, the door to his apartment swung open, and there stood David, shirtless, waving us in with a casual declaration that he had just woken up. After getting settled, we took a moment to chat and even shared a morning cigarette.David hails from northern New York, a child of the countryside, born in '66. His early years were marked by the loss of his father, an MD, when he was just three. He recalls those formative memories – the juxtaposition of his father's death and his birthday – and the long darkness that followed. His mother eventually remarried, introducing a stepfather into David's life. Like many of us, David endured the routine of high school and college, a job in a tie that felt like his personal version of hell. The turning point came when he abandoned that life and headed west. His first job, washing dishes at the Grand Canyon resort, brought a sense of freedom that he hadn't experienced before.It was during his time at the Grand Canyon that David experienced his first taste of love – a love that was transient and left him feeling like he had fallen into a pit. As this chapter of his life came to a close, he made his way to Lubbock, Texas, where he spent over two decades building a life. He became deeply involved in the community theater scene, and those years shaped his identity, at least until he grew disillusioned with his job and the path he had been on. This pivotal moment in Lubbock marked the beginning of David's journey to Santa Fe, where he hoped to discover his next steps.David is a profoundly intriguing individual, and his complexity invites compassion. His interview is raw and unfiltered, peppered with strong language and directness – a genuine conversation with a real person. In 2005, he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, a factor that has influenced his life's trajectory. During our conversation, David shares a heartfelt plea to his daughter, asking for forgiveness for not being the best parent while grappling with his mental health struggles.Join us as we listen to David's story in his own words, a narrative that navigates through his highs and lows, triumphs and challenges, as he continues to forge his path within the pages of The Jar. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
You may know screen writer and director Fawzia Mirza from the TV series Bite Size Holidays, or perhaps the Syed Family Xmas Eve Game Night.But now she also has her directorial debut feature that's scooping up lots of attention. Starring DIVA favourite Amrit Kaur from The Sex Lives of College Girls, The Queen of My Dreams has its UK premiere at the BFI London Film Festival in October, followed later by a screening at the Iris Prize in Cardiff.Shot in Pakistan and Toronto, there's even a sprinkling of Bollywood thrown in. Fawzia talks to Deputy Editor Nic Crosara aboutdirecting her first featureworking with Amrit Kaurhow we are all story tellers.Want to see more of all things LGBTQIA? Grab your copy of DIVA's October issue here.Edited and produced by Rachel Shelley with love and support from #TeamDIVApodDIVA: Queers for your EarsThe world's leading brand for LGBTQIA plus women and non-binary peopleCheck out our podDIVA back catalogue with over 100 episodes.Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We have the privilege of meeting our next guest, Anthony Kunkal, in his mountain home nestled on the outskirts of Durango. It's a place that perfectly reflects his adventurous and unconventional spirit.Our encounter with Anthony was marked by a serendipitous moment as we spotted him running up a hill in his signature neon shorts—a true long-distance runner. A brief roadside chat confirmed our meeting, and we ventured up the winding road to his home. A spontaneous decision led us to an icy-cold pool, where we engaged in a pre-interview conversation, immersing ourselves both in water and dialogue.As we settled into his cozy home, Anthony's background emerged. Raised in a military family, he experienced a childhood punctuated by frequent moves, adapting to new locations every few years. Christian teachings were a part of his early life, yet he felt a deeper alignment with Buddhist principles than any formal religious doctrine.Anthony's life takes a remarkable trajectory—one marked by his pursuit of an unconventional lifestyle. He transformed one of his home's bedrooms into a dorm-like space, inviting individuals to stay for a modest fee while immersing themselves in training and learning. His financial structure relies on sponsorship funds to facilitate his training, and his lifestyle revolves around self-focused competition, except for those moments of sharing and teaching that balance his existence.Through Anthony's narrative, we gain insights into the unique perspective of a professional athlete—a life driven by passion and dedication. He shares the poignant story of a friend from his Denver training days, a friend with whom he shared a brotherhood of understanding. Yet, the demands of his own chosen path led to a disconnection, and tragically, his friend took his own life. Anthony reflects on the weight of carrying that news, acknowledging it during intense training sessions but deferring the emotional unpacking.Anthony describes his approach as "the artist's way." Engaging with him through The Jar offers a profound window into the inner workings and sacrifices of professional athletes. Anthony's commitment to his passion and his willingness to forego conventional comforts to chase his dreams provide a captivating narrative that underscores the beauty of unwavering dedication.Join us and The Jar as Anthony unveils his life's journey, exploring the highs, the sacrifices, and the art of the athlete's path. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
This is the 1st episode of our six-part SF Healing Roots Collaborative Series. It features a discussion with Nicole Santamaria, El/La's first intersex Executive Director of trans experience, and Pablo Espinoza, Co-Executive Director at Community United Against Violence (CUAV.) Nicole Santamaria, El/La's first intersex Executive Director of trans experience, has led the shift in our organizational culture toward a trauma-informed, holistic approach. Her leadership is rooted in 28 years of experience working with survivors of violence (including HIV+ cis and trans women, LGBT women, indigenous communities and people with disabilities in the U.S., Latin America & the Caribbean) as well as her training as an art therapist. She has worked successfully to provide more visibility for El/La and the TransLatina community through her involvement in various partnerships, as well as her position as a city advisory commissioner in the LGBTQI+ Advisory Committee of the City and County of San Francisco. She has also worked with staff and consultants to create a strategic plan to increase El/La's capacity and set the organization on a track for sustainable growth. Learn more about CUAV and El/La Para TransLatinas by visiting their websites https://www.cuav.org/ https://ellaparatranslatinas.org/ Our SF Healing Roots collaborative includes representatives from YCD, SF Department On the Status of Women and W.O.M.A.N., Inc.
We're living in a time of cultural transition. Individuals are openly expressing gender and sexuality with more freedom than before. At the same time, some still believe that expression outside of the traditional cisgender heterosexual frame is a bad thing. Others want to be supportive, but are unsure about the correct pronouns and terminology to use, or how to respectfully acknowledge queer identities.As beauty professionals, we want all guests and staff to feel safe and welcome in the salon. So how do we normalize queer inclusivity in our lives and professional spaces? Emily Holiday is an activist and humanitarian, owner of Emily Holiday Salon, and a stylist at Sola Salons in Charlotte, North Carolina. She's a facilitator for queer inclusivity and identity workshops for salon companies and other organizations. Emily considers herself a “brave space”-- that means she's here to answer questions that might be uncomfortable or inappropriate to bring up in everyday life. Even if you're new to talking about gender and sexuality, this episode is for you. Emily and Blake break down all of the letters in LGBTQIA+, talk about what it means to be non-binary, and get at the differences between gender, sexuality, and romantic attraction. Emily shares some simple yet brilliant practices that you can implement at your salon company. And so much more. Get in touch with Emily Holiday on Instagram: @emilyholidaybeauty.QUEER EDUCATION AND CULTURE RESOURCES RECOMMENDED BY EMILY AND BLAKEJanet Mock, a trans author and activistThe Human Rights Campaign, a leading organization in the fight for LGBTQIA+ rights in the USThe Audre Lorde Project, a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color community organizing center, focusing on the NYC areaTime Out Youth, a queer youth center in Charlotte, NCEquality Florida, a statewide LGBTQ civil rights organizationJonathan Van Ness, a non-binary hair stylist, influencer, writer, podcaster, comedian, and entertainerFollow Summit Salon Business Center on Instagram @SummitSalon, and on TikTok at SummitSalon. Find Blake Reed Evans on Instagram @BlakeReedEvans and on TikTok at blakereedevans. You can email Blake at email@example.com. Visit us at SummitSalon.com to connect with others in the industry. Get in touch with Summit and let us know what you think of the podcast or what topics you'd like us to cover next. Thanks for listening!
Dr. Uchenna “UC” Ossai PT, DPT, WCS, CLT is assistant professor at University of Utah College of Health's Department of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training. Dr. Ossai received her clinical doctorate in physical therapy at University of Illinois at Chicago and completed her residency in Women's Health and Movement Impairment Science at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Ossai is an American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) certified Sexuality Counselor, and serves in the role as adjunct faculty at the University of Michigan School of Social Work Sexual Health Certification Program. Her clinical and research interests include sexual function in marginalized populations, particularly among Black women and LGBTQIA+ communities. Dr. Ossai is also creator/founder of YouSeeLogic, a sexual health platform for adults rooted in an intersectional framework that focuses on improving sexual joy, pleasure, and autonomy through innovative education and community building. Ashlynn Allen kicks divorce & betrayal in the teeth. With her real world example of what's possible after betrayal & how to live boldly with compassion & forgiveness while being boundaried & free from the past. She is an advocate for women who want to live a life full of adventure & freedom. Come listen to her perspectives while she has conversations with those she loves & respects who share their #bethebuffalo moments that may just help you shift your own journey in a beautiful way. Follow her on social media at HERE Retreats with her at HERE Mentor with her at HERE Move "Beyond Betrayal" with her at HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ashlynn-mitchell/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ashlynn-mitchell/support
In this episode of "Coping," Kevin and Kathy delve into the concept of labeling emotions productively and destructively in the context of grief. They introduce a helpful tool, the Feelings Wheel, to aid in identifying and expressing emotions, which can help you to explore and acknowledge feelings related to grief. Kathy: Welcome back for another episode of “Coping”. Kevin: Last episode, we talked about ways we can begin to get our grief out, and we talked about the method of linking, linking our losses and the way that our brain naturally does that. Kathy: Yes, if you recall, we discussed the benefits of linking as well as externalizing our inward grief. And in this episode, we're gonna talk about another way we can begin to get the grief out. Kevin: Recently, we purchased a gift for our daughter and that gift is a label maker. She's become so preoccupied with this label maker, assigning all the different things in her room, especially her desk area, making sure everything in her room is neat and tidy, and she knows exactly where it is because of these labels that she's making. So in today's episode, we're gonna discuss this idea of labeling and see how it relates to our grief. Let's get started. Kathy: Yes, so when we were thinking about ideas for our daughter's birthday, she had come across a vintage label maker at her work, and then became very interested in an idea of having one herself. So that's what she's been doing since she's gotten it, making labels and labeling everything like around her room and all of that. Kevin: That's right. And you may be like our daughter obsessed with cleaning and organizing and even own a label maker yourself. I guess the question really is, "how does labeling relate to our grief?" Well, let's start with the definition of labeling. Kevin: Labeling is the simple act of noticing and naming something. I'll say that again. Labeling is the simple act of noticing and naming something. So for example, our daughter, she labels a bunch of things in her office. Like what? What do you see her labeling? Kathy: So she's labeling boxes and just items so that she knows what's in different things and then creating labels for all of us to put on our things as well. Kevin: Exactly. So the label maker is making it easy for her to know at a glance where something is. She knows what it is. She can notice it, name it and grab it right away. Kathy: Right, exactly. I have a question for you. Do you think labeling is always helpful? Kevin: You know, when it comes down to it, I think there's really two types of labeling. First, there's this productive labeling, which we'll call "naming", where you're naming something. This is pretty common in talk therapy where you're encouraged to name the emotions that you're having by noticing them and naming them and helps you get some. control back over those emotions perhaps, but there's also a destructive labeling and we'll call that "shaming." Kevin: So the biggest difference between naming and shaming is its effect on us and how we're using what we're labeling. So destructive labeling or shaming, Webster's dictionary says it's "assigning something to a category, especially inaccurately or restrictively." So this kind of labeling leads to prejudice and marginalization of entire groups of people, where we're using the labeling as a way to marginalize people. This is really like the root of racism, sexism, any anti-LGBTQIA views. It's really at its core, naming something or a people group as a way to shame and to "other" them. This shaming as it relates to grief is called grief shaming. Kevin: Grief shaming is the act of blaming, minimizing, or judging one's expression of grief. And this is pretty common in society. We've all heard this or experienced this in some way, but let's take some time to break it down a little bit. Kathy: I know we've all experienced some of these moments and phrases of grief shaming. Some of them sound like, "well, you weren't even married." "I thought you'd be over it by now." "Miscarriages happen all the time" and "you're still wearing your wedding ring." "Why are you so upset? You didn't even get along with your mom." Or simply grief shaming of silent treatment when a statement is made and there's dead silence. Kevin: What you can see from these phrases, not only does somebody who's grieving have the difficulty of the loss and the grief experience, they also have on top of that the negative experiences of others' negativity and comments or distance that can build their experience of shame and grief being harder than just the actual experience itself. Kathy: Right. Kevin: What I think it's also important to name here is that grief -shaming can also be initiated by us, that we shame ourself in the midst of our own grief, that we judge and blame and criticize ourselves for our experience of grief. Now, self -shaming is the act of blaming, minimizing, or judging one's self -expression of grief. So, you can take those same phrases that somebody's directing at you externally, and you can externalize those things and say things like, "why do I still feel this way?" "I just need to move on. We weren't even that close. Why am I sad that they're gone? Wait, am I sad enough?" Or "others had it way worse than me." My grief is nothing in comparison to what they've been through. Kevin: That type of labeling, it can be unproductive and really stunt your healing experience. You're placing this judgment and criticism on it, which really can stunt it and prevent it from being processed, as we've discussed in other episodes. Kathy: Yeah, both seem to be a cutoff, a cutting off of either you're being cut off by someone or you're cutting yourself off, not allowing yourself to process or have the feelings. You're not giving, there's no permission. Kevin: Yeah, it leads to unresolved grief symptoms in the body, in the mind, the heart, and the spirit. Kathy: Right. So when it comes to loss, what's the other side of this? What does productive labeling look like? Kevin: So one way we can productively label is by naming our feelings. Like I said before, naming feelings is something that we learn in therapeutic relationships where we're called to notice how we're feeling, how something made us feel, reflect on it, and name the emotion attached to it. Kevin: This term in psychology is referred to as affect labeling. In other words, putting feelings into words. Studies have shown that affect labeling reduces activity in our brain's amygdala. That's the part of the brain that has that fight or flight response. It really helps lessen the intensity of any experience, especially as it relates to grief. There's this one psychologist, Dr. Matthew Lieberman. He's a professor, but also an author of a book called, "Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect". Kevin: He says, “putting negative feelings into words can help regulate negative experiences. In other words, naming our feelings won't put the brakes on that emotion, but will help us get into the driver's seat of the experience.” I love that quote. So good. Kathy: It's very helpful. But I know as an introvert that I always have a hard time naming my feelings. So that all sounds excellent, but for most of us, I think that we don't know how to access that tool of naming our feelings. Do you have any tools or strategies? Kevin: Yeah, I think that's a good point. I think whether you're introverted and you're not really sure what you're feeling, because the emotions are so intense. For extroverts like I am, sometimes you're feeling so many different things you can't quite pin down one feeling. You feel like you're feeling all of the feelings all at once. And so in our workshops we have used a tool called a Feelings Wheel. It's been such a helpful tool for us in our own individual lives, but also in the times that we've taught on the Feelings Wheel to help you articulate the specific emotion that you're having and then describe for yourself how you're feeling, but then also use that language to connect with other people to name how you're feeling. Kathy: Yeah, this Feelings Wheel is fantastic. It really helps. You go from that -- you start in the center and it will give you some main feelings and then you can work your way outward to identify more specifically what you're feeling and it really helps to name what we're talking about today, the feelings. Kevin: Yeah, exactly. And we've found this to be so helpful in our workshops. We want it to be a resource for all of you. So we're gonna put a link in the notes of the podcast so that you can get to it pretty easily but you can also just Google Feelings Wheel and I hope that it can be as useful of a resource to you as it has been for us. Kathy: Yeah, that would be excellent. Kevin: Yeah. All right, so let me just give a summary of what we talked about so far: When we notice and name our feelings, we connect our head, our thinking selves with our heart, our feeling selves. And this language, the naming of our feelings, the productive labeling, gives us language that allows us to articulate our experience to ourselves, but also to others. But most importantly, it gives us language to affirm the experience that we're having. When we can see the words on the page that describe exactly how we're feeling, it can be a very affirming experience. Kathy: Thanks, Kevin. This is super helpful. So to end this episode, we wanted to give you some time right now to think through your feelings as related to your grief. So would you pause with me a moment? Take a few moments to pause. Kathy: And I want you to narrow in on one particular loss for this exercise. Which loss is most prominent for you right now? in your life. I want you to begin to think now how it makes you feel. Why is the loss so heavy for you? Does the loss make you feel sad, angry, fearful? Sit with your loss for a moment and think about the main feelings that arise for you. you It's okay to have more than one feeling as you think on this loss. Kathy: Finally, give yourself permission to sit with the loss and the feelings that come up for you. you. If you need extra support and help with this process, feel free to reach out to us at Be Well, and most of all know that you're not alone. Thanks so much for joining us for this conversation, and whatever you may be coping with today, blessings to you.
Renowned scholar and social worker, Matt Jackman, joins Rooted Recovery Stories Podcast with Patrick Custer this week to discuss their complex and victorious journey growing up in the Australian foster care system, processing gender dysphoria and sexuality while grappling with trauma and identity and becoming an international mental health advocate with their organization TACFLE (The Australian Centre for Lived Experience). Matt Jackman is a nonbinary queer person from Melbourne, Australia who opened the doors regarding mental health labeling and treatment. Growing up in the Foster Care system, they dealt with harsh struggles and traumas that come with abusive parental figures and a suicidal mother. Matt was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder but does not label themselves with those terms. Matt works to challenge the biological and medical model in mental health, speaking on topics about the monetization and the medical model seeking to blame individuals for their own diagnoses. Instead of labeling themselves as mentally ill. They travel the world as a consultant to The World Health Organization educating others on the overmedicalization of the LGBTQIA+ community and the need for social justice reform to address this issue. Matt identifies as mad, a powerful label and movement that represents empowerment and self-liberty to diagnosed individuals. We would love to hear from you! Email us at ROOTED@PROMISES.COM WARNING: The following episode contains elements that may be triggering to some audiences including conversations about the mental, physical and emotional abuse of adolescents, substance abuse and suicide. Viewer discretion is advised. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, call now. Help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 855-CRISIS-1 (855-274-7471) _________ Resources: . Insta: @mentalhealthamerica URL: www.mhanational.org . Promises Behavioral Health – Treatment help for addiction, mental health/trauma: URL: www.promisesbehavioralhealth.com Insta: @promises_bh _________ Get to know our guest: Matt Jackman Insta: @mrjack1 URL: www.thestabilitynetwork.org/stability-leaders/our-stories/matthew-jackman-2/ The Australian Centre for Lived Experience: www.tacfle.com . Host: Patrick Custer Insta: @patrick_custer . Watch/Listen/Subscribe: @rootedrecoverystories Insta: @rootedrecoverystories URL: www.rootedrecoverystories.com . . . #mattjackman #matthewjackman #matt #nashville #melbourne #traumarecovery #madpride #genderdysphoria #nonbinary #LGBTQIA+ #queer #queermentalhealth #socialwork #fostercare #tacfle #empowerment #mad #movement #madmovement #sexuality #pride #trauma #healing #recovery #wellness #therapy #goodnews #nashvillebusiness #promisesbehavioralhealth #patrickcuster #newpodcast #podcast #podcasts
In this episode, Luana Ribeira interviews the owner of Relationship Matters Therapy Lyndsey Murray who helps individuals and couples looking to improve their relationships and sex lives. Lyndsey sees clients from all different backgrounds, including those in the LGBTQIA+ community, those in ethical non-monogamous relationships, or anyone who is into kinky sex. Her philosophy regarding relationships and sex is that everyone deserves to have whatever type of relationship they want, whenever they want, with whoever they want (so long as it is legal and consensual, of course!). Learn more here: http://www.relationshipmatterstx.com firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/sextherapywithlyndseyIG @ lyndseymurraycst twitter @ lyndsmurraycst Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/lyndsey-murray-owner-of-relationship-matters-therapy-on-improving-relationships
At school, Jake Fedorowski always felt they weren't the sort of person who played sport. Indeed, if you'd have told them they would end up running marathons, they would have laughed. But as a non-binary person, Jake's love of running grew after they discovered the Seattle Frontrunners, a running and walking club for the LGBTQIA+ community and its allies. These days they are both a committed runner and campaigner, championing inclusivity within the running community. One way of doing this was to create the Guide to Non-Binary Inclusion in Running, which they wrote after making the difficult decision to no longer register or participate in events that didn't affirm their gender identity. Jake then began partnering with race organisers, including the team behind the Chicago Marathon, to implement the solutions in the guide. They also founded Run Beyond (RUNN+), a community for non-binary athletes to connect, and are now the vice president of Seattle Frontrunners. Running Tales spoke to Jake about what being non-binary means, their own journey - both in terms of their gender and within the world of running - and how they believe the world of running needs to evolve... --------------------------------- Learn more about the organisations Jake is involved with at the links below: Seattle Frontrunners: https://www.seattlefrontrunners.org/ The Queer Running Society: https://www.queerrunningsociety.com/ Run Beyond: https://nonbinaryrunning.com/runbeyond To learn more about Jake's work and the movement toward non-binary inclusion, visit nonbinaryrunning.com
Jaimee Michell is the founder and President of the non profit organization Gays Against Groomers. She is being joined by her fiancé and the organization's Executive Director Sasha Leigh. In a very short period of time, less than two years, Gays Against Groomers has become perhaps the most active national organization to fight back against the sexualization, educational indoctrination and gender medicalization of children that is being done in the name of LGBTQIA+. Prior to founding the organization, Jaimee was an online personality with a quarter of million followers under the moniker the Gay Who Strayed. She has also worked in conservative media and as a digital media designer and consultant. For several years, Jaimee's partner Sasha has turned her attention to protecting children from being groomed into what has now become an institutionalized LGBTQIA ideology. Their website is GaysAgainstGroomers.com
At our Erev Rosh Hashanah service, Rabbi Steven shared a story of his own personal Moses — his uncle Bill, a family friend living with HIV who would not live to see the Promised Land of further gains in LGBTQIA+ rights, but who did leave a lasting impression on young Steven. What are the legacies we will leave behind? What Promised Lands are beyond our lifetimes which we can nonetheless fight for here and now for our children and our children's children? Mishkan Chicago's High Holiday tickets are now on sale to the general public! For scheduling, pricing, venue information, and tickets, follow this link:https://www.mishkanchicago.org/high-holy-days/****For upcoming Shabbat services and programs, check our event calendar, and see our Accessibility & Inclusion page for information about our venues. Follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook for more updates.Produced by Mishkan Chicago. Music composed, produced, and performed by Kalman Strauss.Transcript
Week 5 of our fall "Known" Series. Our values inform our practices, just as our practices reveal our values. Being firmly planted in our values provides the rootedness for curiosity, growing, and, in some cases, changing our mind. You can find out more about us at our website www.gracechurchnwa.org It is a priority for us at Grace Church NWA to make LGBTQIA+, all ethnicities and races, those with disabilities, and other marginalized people groups feel accepted, included, and valuable to the life of our community!
Talk Art special episode with WePresent! We meet artist FIZA KHATRI to discuss their recent paintings. Their work represents intimate portraits and gatherings of human and nonhuman inhabitants of their community. They remix imagery from lived experiences, imagined fantasies, sacred landscapes, and archival research to imbricate the social, sacral, and political stakes of building ecosystems of cohabitation. Fiza Khatri was born and grew up in Karachi, Pakistan. They currently live in New Haven, CT and are an MFA candidate at the Yale School of Art in Painting and Printmaking. Follow @fklmnop on Instagram and visit Fiza's website: https://www.fizakhatri.com/Russell Tovey is WeTransfer's third Guest Curator across 2023 where he spotlights LGBTQIA+ artists that have inspired him. The selected artists of the Guest Curatorship have been given a platform on WePresent, the arts arm of WeTransfer, and on these TalkArt episodes. As part of this collaboration, WePresent will also launch Russell Tovey's documentary Life is Excellent and present a tour of four performances of BLUE NOW, a live version of Derek Jarman's film BLUE directed by Neil Bartlett and performed by Russell Tovey alongside three other performers. As a certified B Corporation™, WeTransfer has long been a champion of using business as a force for good. Since its founding in 2009, WeTransfer has donated up to 30% of its advertising space to support artists and social causes, and commissioned original projects for its Oscar-winning arts platform WePresent. Last year, WeTransfer also launched its Supporting Act Foundation to support emerging creative talent through arts education, grants, and an annual prize.With more then more than 80 million monthly active users in 190 countries, WeTransfer is a platform by creators for creators. Its ecosystem of creative productivity tools makes it easy to collaborate, share and deliver work. Follow @WePresent on Instagram and visit https://wepresent.wetransfer.com/ to stay up to date on Russell Tovey's Guest Curatorship on WePresent, the arts arm of WeTransfer. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost; Sermon based on 1 Samuel 17:41-44, 48-51 and Luke 23:50-53. Preached at The First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn (https://linktr.ee/firstchurchbrooklyn). Podcast subscription is available at https://cutt.ly/fpcb-sermons or Apple Podcasts (https://itun.es/us/nxpHeb.....This item belongs to: audio/first-church-brooklyn-sermons.This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Columbia Peaks, Item Tile, Metadata, PNG, Spectrogram, VBR MP3
Padmini and David ask the question, "What about the insights from the scriptures guide our understanding of the ethical consideration and potential challenges posed by artificial intelligence advancements?” This leads Craig on a discussion about Joshua, David, Goliath, Galileo, and more. Paradox Church was founded in 2016 in Redlands, CA. We are currently in a three-year series through the Liturgical Calendar and the Lectionary that will end in 2025. We are affirming for all LGBTQIA persons, we celebrate and empower women, and we prioritize the sacred work of anti-racism. If you'd like to know more about our church, please visit our website at www.paradoxredlands.com
Upon separating from Ari, the group enters the forest and begins to search for the witch. It is an old growth forest filled with energies that can be felt prickling along the skin. Lost in his thoughts regarding his erstwhile friend, Rou absentmindedly pushes forward. As they wander, nearly aimlessly, Trix takes the opportunity to try and get Garac and Eriluc to interact. They find success when they realize touching the gems together allows the pair to carry on a conversation with each other. Eight, meanwhile, is focused on Ari's words and what that might mean for their future as Rou's friend. They spend their time pouting and moping, while Rou and Trix figure out what to do about the sword. Suddenly, the group stumbles upon a bubbling, black, oozing pit. Realizing it is large and deep, they decide to circumvent it rather than trudge through it. Eight, trailing behind, is soon ensnared as the ooze comes to life. Follow us on Twitter @RoadsUnchartedFollow Dax @GM_Dax, Kappa @TheKappaChris, Sebastian @sebastianyue and Wren @ThornyDryad Affiliates with Friday Afternoon Tea
Episode 141 Abundant on the internet are video clips of LGBTQIA persons in clerical positions saying and doing wildly outlandish and blasphemous things. In this episode of the Removing Barriers podcast, we examine one such man who claims that God is all things LGBTQIA. The implication, of course, is that the ideology is above reproach, and all of what we have understood God to be for centuries is now wrong, hateful, and unacceptable. Is that true? What does the Bible say about the nature of God and how we relate to Him? Join us as we dig into these questions and more. Listen to the Removing Barriers Podcast here: Spotify: https://cutt.ly/Ega8YeI Apple Podcast: https://cutt.ly/Vga2SVd Google Podcast: https://cutt.ly/Rga25WD YouTube: https://cutt.ly/mga8A77 Podnews: https://podnews.net/podcast/i4jxo See all our platforms: https://removingbarriers.net Contact us: Leave us a voice message: https://anchor.fm/removingbarriers/message Email us: https://removingbarriers.net/contact Financially support the show: https://removingbarriers.net/donate Affiliates: Book Shop: https://bookshop.org/shop/removingbarriers Answers in Genesis Bookstore: https://shrsl.com/2tu8i Design It Yourself Gift Baskets: https://shrsl.com/2m64o Ivacy: https://shrsl.com/2jz3c Share a Sale: https://shrsl.com/2jz4f See all our affiliates: https://removingbarriers.net/affiliates Notes: Video of audio played: https://twitter.com/D_B_Harrison/status/1628793230497304576 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/removingbarriers/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/removingbarriers/support
We step into the world of our next guest, Blaine Bailey, right in the heart of downtown Durango, at a vibrant coworking space known as The Hive.Blaine's story begins in the quiet landscape of small-town Arkansas, where he spent his childhood with his sister and their engineer father. As he grew, his perspectives on spirituality took an agnostic turn. With two years of college under his belt, he set his sights on a ski bum's dream, an aspiration that led him to the mountains until an unfortunate shoulder injury put an end to that chapter.Returning to Arkansas, Blaine found his calling in culinary school, embracing the art of food and flavors. His journey eventually led him to Wisconsin, where he contributed to the management of a small restaurant, honing his skills and exploring his passion.A fateful call from a friend in Durango, Colorado, opened a new door for Blaine. What seemed like a gentle offer of work in a kitchen evolved into a pivotal moment—he was thrust into the bustling heart of the culinary world. As he navigated the pressures of the industry, he was not immune to its vices—late nights, substances, and stress.While the exhilaration of the culinary world was undeniable, Blaine felt a growing desire to step away. The turning point came with a tragedy—an encounter with the impact of addiction firsthand when a fellow chef succumbed to heroin in 2015. This heart-wrenching experience ignited Blaine's determination to channel his energy into something meaningful.Drawing from his own mental health journey, Blaine transformed his pain into purpose. He founded "Therapy for Chefs," a nonprofit dedicated to promoting mental health awareness within the food service industry. Today, Blaine is fully immersed in managing "In the Weeds," working to create a healthier environment for culinary professionals, where their well-being is valued as much as their craft.Blaine's story is a testament to the power of turning adversity into change, of taking one's own struggles and weaving them into a greater purpose. With The Jar as our guide, we embark on a journey alongside Blaine, exploring the highs, lows, and the transformative impact of pursuing one's calling. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Debate da Super Manhã: A ministra da Cultura, Margareth Menezes, esteve no Recife em 1º de setembro para lançar dois editais. A premiação Cultura Viva - Sérgio Mamberti e o Cultura Viva: Fomento a pontões de cultura. Os dois projetos somam investimentos de mais de R$ 61 milhões. As iniciativas buscam destacar a diversidade cultural brasileira (negros, mulheres, indígenas e pessoas LGBTQIA+) e a importância da política de base comunitária. Paralelo as ações do governo federal, frentes de trabalho são desenvolvidas nas áreas culturais das gestões públicas municipal e estadual para esse público. No debate desta sexta-feira (15), vamos conversar com os nossos convidados para saber detalhes desses dois editais e das ações culturais projetadas e realizadas pelo Governo de Pernambuco e pela Prefeitura do Recife. Participam a secretária de cidadania e Diversidade Cultural do Ministério da Cultura (MinC), Marcia Rollemberg, a coordenadora de Culturas Populares da Secretaria de Cultura do Governo do Estado de Pernambuco (Secult-PE), Wanessa Santos, e o presidente da Fundação de Cultura da Cidade do Recife (FCCR), Marcelo Canuto.
Our next guest, Miguel Medina, graciously welcomed us into his home nestled in the Santa Fe hills. As we settled into his garage, a space transformed into his sanctuary, we couldn't help but feel the powerful energy that emanates from this long-distance and obstacle runner. Miguel stands among a select few individuals on this planet who have pushed the limits of human endurance beyond 100 miles, defying the boundaries that most of us perceive as unattainable.Miguel's journey began in Torrance, California, where he was born into a family with diverse backgrounds. His father worked in TV production, and his parents' divorce led to a life marked by relocations between Mexico and California.About a decade ago, Miguel's path led him to Durango, a location that became his training ground and a hub for ultra-running athletes. During this time, he found love and companionship with his fiancée, who shares his home and his life's journey.Our conversation delved into the challenges of maintaining a deep passion for an art or sport while simultaneously nurturing a personal relationship. Miguel candidly shared the sacrifices that often accompany such dedication and the delicate balance required to harmonize these facets of life.One of the intriguing aspects Miguel discussed was how his ADHD, often considered a challenge, becomes an asset during training. The hyper-focus that accompanies his condition allows him to immerse himself completely, achieving a state of meditation that excludes all external distractions, even his own sense of self, during his grueling 24-hour runs.Miguel's journey also encountered a significant hurdle during his time as a student at UCLA, when he temporarily lost feeling in his legs and found himself on crutches and even a wheelchair. This unexpected twist, however, didn't deter him from pursuing his passion and rising to his remarkable accomplishments.Beyond his role as a professional athlete, Miguel also works as a medical interpreter, a career he deeply values. Helping people navigate challenging medical situations resonates with him, and he believes it's his calling to be a compassionate guide for those in need.Join us as we delve into Miguel's life, exploring the dedication, passion, and sacrifices that drive a professional athlete, and yet, at the same time, embrace the beauty and regularity of living a balanced life. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Whether you're exploring your sexuality for the first time or queerness is your whole world, this episode is going to help you navigate: internalized homophobia coming out feeling "queer enough" feeling like you're behind Not only are we exploring internally to break down misconceptions and negative thinking patterns, but we're talking about the practical things that you can start doing TODAY to work towards feeling confident in your sexuality. As mentioned in the episode, subscribe to Beducated for 40% off using the code 'alyssa' or click here! Connect with Alyssa Harper Tiktok (@alyssataylorharper) Instagram (@alyssataylorharper) Facebook Group (She Said What? Podcast Group)
Kristin Jones (she/they) is a genderqueer and bi parent of 3, spouse, speech-language pathologist, and small business owner. They are passionate about social justice and human rights. In their 15-year career, Kristin has worked in acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient clinics in major medical centers, specializing in neurological distorders that impact speech, language, voice, and cognitive skills. In recent years, Kristin has added a new area of expertise: serving the transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary communities through providing accessible Gender-Affirming Voice Training. In this episode of Coming Out & Beyond, host Anne-Marie Zanzal asks Kristin to share their coming out story, and Kristin reveals what it was like to come out as bi and genderqueer within a straight-presenting marriage, their journey in overcoming OCD, and speaks to the affirming nature of voice training for the trans community.Music that Kristin associates with coming out is anything by Brandi Carlile, but especially 'The Story.'A book that has changed Kristin's perspective on life is Pema Chodran's 'Comfortable with Uncertainty.'You can find Kristin Jones online at www.vocespeechtherapy.com and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/vocespeechtherapy/This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
EXCLUSIVE VBRZ OFFER! DOWNLOAD JUDY HU'S NEW BOOK FOR FREE: CLICK HERE! Learn more about Judy Hu's coaching and classes by CLICKING HERE! This episode of The Vibe With Ky Podcast features a revolutionary discussion with Judy Hu, a Boundary Coach who specializes in helping individuals reclaim their true selves by understanding their Psychological Boundaries. Join us as we explore her groundbreaking book "The Boundary Revolution," discuss her upcoming group coaching program "Breaking Free: Re-Membering Your Self," and delve into how her work empowers BIPOC and the LGBTQIA+ communities. With almost two decades of clinical experience, Judy offers a transformative approach that moves beyond mere coping skills. Her work is a radical act of self-love and a call to action for anyone ready to break free from societal boxes and toxic beliefs. Through this in-depth conversation, you'll gain valuable perspectives on boundary setting, overcoming co-dependence, and how to embody a worldview grounded in equality, freedom, and interdependence. Whether you're seeking a fresh perspective on mental health or yearning to liberate yourself from constraints—both internal and societal—this episode is a must-listen. About Judy Hu Judy Hu is a Boundary Coach and Licensed Mental Health Counselor based in Massachusetts, specializing in helping people navigate Psychological Boundaries and self-esteem. With nearly two decades of experience, she has developed her own Psychological Boundary Framework™, aimed at empowering individuals to live authentically by unlearning toxic beliefs. Judy prioritizes serving the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities, offering a range of services from individual to group coaching. She's also the author of "The Boundary Revolution," a book about decolonizing relationships. A Master's graduate from Lesley University, Judy blends traditional talk therapy with innovative techniques like Somatic Experiencing. Learn more about Judy Hu's coaching and classes by CLICKING HERE! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thevibewithky/support
Kat and Val are back with a much anticipated bonus episode. Our hosts laugh heartily as they share personal updates and their responses to the podcasts 3 Questions. What are you learning? What's moving around for you? What's bringing you pleasure? Listen and laugh as Kat and Val bring their characteristic candor and humor to everything from inner healing to various alternative healing modalities including psilocybin and much more! This episode is a feel-good super-fun ride! *This podcast is for entertainment purposes onlyFind us on Instagram:Kat and Val PodcastVal's offerings:So This is Love ClubReset Yourself for Love ProgramInstagram So This is Love ClubKat's offerings:Fat Liberation Art -Fat Mystic Etsy ShopInstagram Fat_Mystic_ArtAdditional resources/definitions referenced in most episodes:How to Change Your Mind (Netflix Docuseries) Micheal PollanRejection Sensitivity DysphoriaJill Johnson Young- grief talkerFive Stages of GriefIntuitive eating.orgNAAFA National Association to Advance Fat AcceptanceTell Me I'm Fat - This American LifeAdrienne Maree BrownPleasure Activism; The Politics of Feeling GoodCome as You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex LifeBook by Emily NagoskiAttached - Book by Amir Levine and Rachel S. F. HellerUnderstanding Dopamine: Love Hormones And The BrainEnneagramThe Four TendenciesMyers Briggs Personality ProfilesHighly Sensitive People (HSP)Fat Liberation MovementLipedema
•LGBTIQ+ Soap-Serie• Lilli arbeitet seit zwei Jahren als Escort, dann fängt sie bei Sam und Robin im Bordell an. Je länger sie als Sexarbeiterin arbeitet, desto größer wird die Sehnsucht danach, sich ihrer Mutter als die Person zu zeigen, die sie ist - mit allem, was dazugehört. // Von Tia Morgen / WDR 2023 // www.wdr.de/k/hoerspiel-newsletter Von Tia Morgen.
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Tap into the enchanting world of Durango, nestled within the embrace of a canyon near Alpine Rose, where we meet our next guest, Susan Bennett, in her uniquely charming Airstream Tucktaway. Susan's life journey unfolds against the backdrop of her upbringing in Indiana, a picturesque scene from the 70s that featured the idyllic American life—walks to school, the comfort of a stay-at-home mom, and her dad serving as a state trooper.Susan's father, a remarkable self-starter, transformed his lack of a college education into an inspiring journey through law school. This led the family to transition from their small starter home to a more expansive countryside abode, a testament to the rewards of hard work and determination.Years passed, and Susan's path led her to stay in Indianapolis, where she got married and became a mother to five daughters. However, when her youngest daughter turned five, Susan had a pivotal moment. She confronted her husband, expressing her inability to continue living in their current circumstances. In response, he agreed and walked away from their lives. Other than one brief visit several months later, he vanished from their world.With unwavering strength, Susan embraced her role as a single mother and raised her five daughters, demonstrating incredible resilience and determination. As time passed, her daughters dispersed across the country, creating their own paths.Recently, Susan embarked on a new chapter. She sold her possessions, her home, and embarked on a journey to follow her children, uprooting her life to be near them. Embracing a sense of trust and surrender, she humorously and earnestly shares that she has surrendered her life to God, allowing Him to guide her where and when she should go.Living a life unburdened by possessions and routines, Susan's story is one of freedom, following the natural rhythm of life's ebbs and flows, and maintaining a deep connection with her children. Join us as we sit down with Susan, enveloped by the allure of her Airstream Tucktaway, and journey through her remarkable life story on The Jar. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
We are continuing to re-share/re-play our Top 10 episodes from this past year of the Staying at the Table podcast. Enjoy listening (or re-listening)! In Episode 9 of Staying at the Table we talk about Cornerstone Christian Fellowship's journey, looking at tough topics within the religious community such as what is our stance on the LGBTQIA+ topic? Where and how far does Loving God and Loving Others Fearlessly go, and what is the process that we individually and collectively went through in order to come to some resemblance of agreement on how we, as a community, invite ALL to the table?
•LGBTIQ+ Soap-Serie• Was, wenn alles perfekt scheint und du trotzdem etwas anderes willst? Sam arbeitet mit Lilli und Robin als Sexarbeiterin in einem Bordell und ist eigentlich in einer liebevollen Beziehung mit ihrem Partner, mit dem sie auch eine Tochter hat. Doch dann trifft sie Jess. // Von Tia Morgen / WDR 2023 // www.wdr.de/k/hoerspiel-newsletter Von Tia Morgen.
•LGBTIQ+ Soap-Serie• "Am I a Lesbian?" Sams Partner Luis ist sich sicher, dass sie das alles hinkriegen werden, aber Sams Zweifel werden immer lauter. Von Compulsory Heterosexuality und dem Vertrauen in die Kraft der eigenen Gefühle. // Von Tia Morgen / WDR 2023 // www.wdr.de/k/hoerspiel-newsletter Von Tia Morgen.
•LGBTIQ+ Soap-Serie• Was, wenn die Liebe zu einer anderen Person mit den eigenen Bedürfnissen im Widerspruch steht? Und was, wenn die eigenen Bedürfnisse manchmal selbst widersprüchlich sind? Über internalisierte Scham, Gemeinschaft und die Kraft von queeren Utopien. // Von Tia Morgen / WDR 2023 // www.wdr.de/k/hoerspiel-newsletter Von Tia Morgen.