Shannon Curtis has been making music for 25 years—first, as the front-woman for a Christian-lite rock band in her twenties while a pastor’s wife, then
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Warning: This episode contains discussion of sexuality, intimacy products, and alcohol use disorder. Listener discretion is advised. Cindi Roberts is passionate about helping women recover
Warning: This episode contains discussion of religious trauma. Listener discretion is advised. Black Sheep Bios is a deconstruction-related Instagram account that strives to challenge harmful
Andrea Stallsworth is a wife, mama, daughter, sister, friend, and entrepreneur. But most importantly, she’s a woman who’s healing and growing. Rising from the ashes
Warning: This episode contains frank discussion of sex, sexuality, religious trauma, and childhood sexual abuse. Listener discretion is advised. Rachel Overvoll is a Somatic Sex
You’re listening to episode #108 with Nicole Batiste Nicole Batiste is a Retired Army veteran, writes on Medium.com, hosts a live Wellness-Centered show on Sundays
You’re listening to episode #104 with Deborah Wilson-Porras Before you dive into this episode you should know that it has content that could be triggering
You’re listening to episode #103 with Chalice Springfield In this episode I get to talk with Chalice Springfield. Chalice recently made a huge career change
You’re listening to episode #102 with Tamara Yakaboski In this episode I get to talk with Dr. Tamara Yakaboski. This is the perfect episode to
You’re listening to episode #98 with Kirsten Helgeson In this episode we talk about going beyond the superficial and connecting with one another in a
In this episode I get to talk with Juliette Sakasegawa. Juliette is an Empowerment Coach for Life, Business, and Relationships. She is also a Certified
You’re listening to episode #97 with Renee Ronika Bhatti-Klug. We talk about multiethnicity and identity development and we also really dive into one of Renee’s
Warning: The following contains discussion of domestic violence, human trafficking, and sex trafficking, which may be disturbing for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. You’re
Sarah Monares and leaders of The We Spot, Amy Norris and Heather Williams, talk roundtable style about why women are in competition with each other.
You’re listening to episode #93 with Rhonda Solis. In this episode we talk about Rhonda’s passion for advocacy and equality and inclusion at all levels