The Bad Broadcast
The Bad Broadcast
Jan 18, 2021
33 - THE V WORD 2.0
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The highly requested part 2 of THE V WORD. More horrors, more cringing, more terrible sounding get it. Enjoy!

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About Progress
About Progress
Monica Packer
AP 320: Easy Ways to Find Yourself, No Matter How Late || with Mikayla Johnson
When I created my first ever Do Something Plan 5 years ago it was simply to try to dig my way out from under a quarter-life identity crisis. I say simply not because it was a small task, but because I had no idea what it would become, just that I needed to do something. If you also find yourself feeling stuck, or unfulfilled, (even if you have the things you want!) then this episode on easy ways to find yourself, no matter how late, is just for you. Mikayla Johnson is a Progressor, a member of this community, just like you. In this episode she details the many hats she has worn, from hobbies to businesses, as well as her own quarter-life crisis. Through pursuing even the smallest of interests, without the pressure of perfection, Mikayla is more secure in her identity than ever. Tune in and see if you can catch her "I am" proclamation about her current pursuit, it is truly inspiring! About a few other things... Can you help me out really quickly? Take this 3-5 minute survey that let's me know how to better serve you, the women of this community. I'll select 5 participants to receive a thank you gift! Sign up for the Go Getter Newsletter to get Progress Pointers in your inbox every Thursday. SHOW NOTES * Mikayla's Instagram, Website * Take this quick survey to help me improve the podcast! * Get started on belonging to yourself with this free resource * Better Help – online therapy * Visit &Collar and get free shipping with code 'PROGRESS' * Get the Organization Overhaul audio course * Join the monthly membership group * Get your first month+ FREE with Libsyn using code MONICA * Lend your voice and experience + be featured on the show HERE * Join Monica on Facebook and Instagram * Songs Credit: DRIVE by Dj Nicolai Heidlas @nicolai-heidlas Music provided by FREE MUSIC FOR VLOGS AND VIDEOS
46 min
Dr. Finlayson-Fife's Podcast Archive
Dr. Finlayson-Fife's Podcast Archive
Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife
Intimacy in Mormon Marriages
In this podcast episode Don Wotherspoon facilitates a discussion with Dr. Finlayson-Fife, Carol Lynn Pearson and Stephen Carter for the Mormon Matters podcast. Listen to this episode to hear more about... - The effects of the history of polygamy on modern mormon marriages.    - Some beliefs or meaning frames that can hinder intimacy in mormon marriages.   - How the history of polygamy and patriarchy affect both women and men.   - How a cultural script can inhibit personal and spiritual development.  - How marriage can be the best opportunity for intimacy, joy and development in this life.  To learn more about Dr. Finlayson-Fife’s work, visit our Website, check out our Course Page, and take a look at our upcoming Events. You can also follow Dr. Finlayson-Fife on Instagram or join her FREE Facebook Group for greater access to her insights. Www.Finlayson-Fife.Com You can also listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and Stitcher. The advice offered through Dr. Finlayson-Fife’s Podcast Archive is educational and informational in nature and is provided only as general information.  It is not meant to establish a therapist-patient relationship or offer therapeutic advice, opinion, diagnosis treatment or to establish a standard of care.  Although Dr. Finlayson-Fife is a trained psychotherapist, she is not functioning in the role of a licensed therapist during these sessions, but rather using her training to inform these sessions.  Thus, the content is not intended to replace independent professional judgment.  The content is not intended to solicit clients or patients; and should not be relied upon as medical or psychological advice of any kind or nature whatsoever.  The information provided through the Content should not be used for diagnosing or treating a mental health problem or disease.  The information contained in these communications is not comprehensive and does not include all the potential information regarding the subject matter, but is merely intended to serve as one resource for general and educational purposes.
First Name Basis Podcast
First Name Basis Podcast
Jasmine Bradshaw
3:14 The Untold Story of Fried Chicken
We’re all familiar with the stereotype that Black people love fried chicken. It has been used to degrade, dehumanize, and uphold racism. But where does this stereotype come from? And why was fried chicken singled out? In this episode we explore the answers to both of these questions and show the role that fried chicken has played in perpetuating white supremacy. Purchase Bite-sized Black History Bite-sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about 12 brilliant Black Americans that have been largely overlooked by our history books. These 12 bite-sized podcast episodes, coloring pages, and reflection questions are your key to a meaningful Black History Month celebration in your home or classroom! Join the First Name Basis Patreon Community Make sure to join our Patreon Community to take part in our monthly Q&A sessions and download the detailed notes from this episode! First Name Basis Website Join us on Instagram Articles, Books, & Podcast Episodes: Code Switch: Where did that fried chicken stereotype come from? “Writing History With Lightning:’ The Birth of a Nation at 100 ‘The Birth of a Nation’; The 1915 Film screened at the White House Depicting Blacks as Savages Prejudgements of Those Who Eat ‘Healthy’ vs ‘Unhealthy’ Food for Breakfast Jubilee Cookbook by Toni Tipton-Martin ‘The Fried Chicken Capital:’ Where Racial Progress Began Along the Rails Season 3: Episode 11 The One Thing I Wish You Knew About Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Season 3: Episode 24 Cancel Culture Pt. 3: Removing Statues So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
31 min
Mint Arrow Messages
Mint Arrow Messages
Corrine Stokoe
Tia Stokes and Choosing Happy: Finding the Good Through Cancer, Covid, and Grief
Tia Stokes is a 35-year-old mother of 5 kids who was diagnosed on April 24, 2020, with acute myeloid leukemia. And every day since, she has been documenting her journey of fighting cancer. Tia is a dancer, choreographer, owner of two dance studios, and former backup dancer to celebrity singer Beyonce (no big deal!). Today, Tia shares the raw and real ups and downs of having cancer, getting COVID and pneumonia, needing a bone marrow transplant, and also losing her mother after her first round of chemo. Tia has a fiercely loyal following of supporters, who dance and cheer her on, and are inspired daily by her positive attitude, her dedication to her family, her faith, and her choice to find the good in everything. She tries to choose happiness every day, no matter the circumstances she's going through. Happiness is a choice and a free agency that we've been given. And she hopes that her story and her experiences can shed light and love to all those around her. This interview was one of the most inspiring stories I've ever heard and if you need some positive motivation to just keep going, no matter what trial you're facing in life, this episode is just for you! In this episode, you will hear: * What her life looked like before her diagnosis * We never want to hear the word, cancer, and we never think it's going to happen to you – but a part of her had that feeling that she was more than just being sick. * When she got the final diagnosis, she had to be admitted to the hospital to have her first chemo induction for 31 days – at a time of COVID. * Social media became a great outlet for her so she wouldn’t feel alone and her family would have Zoom call with her every single day * Hearing the news that her mother had passed away that morning after her first round of chemo * What her life was like doing chemo treatments and getting COVID * Learning she had acute kidney failure and pneumonia (She’s currently recovering from her transplant.) * How her faith played a huge part in everything she’s going through * Her decision to choose positivity every day and some things she does to really make that choice to be positive * The power of gratitude that’s scientifically proven * How the community she found on TikTok has lifted her spirit Supporting Resources: Tia’s Instagram @thetiabeestokes Tia’s Tik Tok @thetiabeestokes Tia’s YouTube channel: Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We’d love for you to subscribe if you haven’t yet. We’d love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Episode Credits Produced by Emerald City Productions
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