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From the therapy room of a registered psychotherapist and certified functional medicine practitioner, you will be witness to intimate conversations with experts in the field of health, mindset, parenting, relationships and habit change. Let’s just say I Think, I Can has just reached a whole new level. New episodes premier every Tuesday.
 
I Think I Remember That is a podcast where two best friends -who think they're pretty funny- try to remember things like movies, TV shows, pop culture, and really whatever else they (and their listeners) feel like. Join Theresa and Jenna every week on a strange journey through their memories of the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s. Join us each week as we explore our mildly functioning memories.
 
You ask me a question and I tell you what i think about that particular question. It can be funny, political, relationship question, and more no question is a dumb question to me. You make the topic and I give you what you want truth non-bias answers and sometimes you never know I may have a few guest to join with me.
 
Artist and writer Liz Reed interviews creatives on what inspires them. Her guests range from internet famous webcomic artists to writers to musicians to chefs. Following your passion can come in any form and the advice from each guest is a unique gem of wisdom that could inspire you to pursue your dreams. New episodes release biweekly.
 
"I Found This Great Book" is a podcast and website dedicated to sharing books that I have found that I feel will be great reads. The podcast includes interviews with authors of all genres. I have fun talking with authors about their books and we dig into interesting things about the books, the author's background and what new books might be coming soon. You will also want to check out the website www.ifoundthisgreatbook.com because I will post reviews and news about other books I think are g ...
 
Making sense of life after leaving a cult. Dad left a high control religious group, often called a cult, when he was 30 and since then has been trying to work out what he thinks about a whole bunch of stuff. With new episodes every Wednesday and a Sunday interview, "What should I think about..?" is a daughter - father podcast with the lofty, if overly ambitious goal, to make sense of the complicated, contradictory, confusing but wonderful thing we call the world. Since leaving, Dad has gaine ...
 
I studied philosophy and theology in undergrad and have pursued further independent education in comparative religion, spirituality and philosophy. I am especially interested in discussing both the symptoms and the cause of the "meaning crisis" currently afflicting western society. As science undermined the foundations of traditional religions, humanity made a positive development by moving on from superstitious beliefs, yet seems to have also lost something of great value, namely the capaci ...
 
Welcome to the podcast where we talk all things mental health and create a platform for people to share their story on their own terms. Every week we will either have a new guest on to share their story with mental health or Angela will be solo talking about how mental health has affected her life, ways to cope through it, and so many other exciting things!
 
Singer-songwriter and personality, Eric Nam, carries out authentic conversations with fascinating and people he finds "dope". Make sure to subscribe, leave a comment, and rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube. 'I Think You're Dope' is brought to you by DIVE Studios. Connect with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @thedivestudios #IThinkYoureDope #EricNam #DIVEStudios We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4 For advertising opportuni ...
 
Descend on the incoherency, bad listening skills and self-doubt that is host David Cooper. As I write this description I truly can't tell you what the show is about. This is going well, I think. Broadcast live, there's comedians, callers, laughter, anger, and frustration. There's some very real moments. Oh, and flashing neon lights. It's a nightmare. Airing live most Tuesdays at 4pm PT / 7pm ET, we might take your calls or texts at +1 (415) 857-1155. No promises. Listen live at 820hz.fm or o ...
 
I Think I’m Going Crazy, the Podcast. The purpose is to educate people about the impact of childhood trauma on the brain, particularly the developing brain, and strategies to mitigate the long-term psychological, emotional, physical, and biological effects on the human body. Success stories of people who have overcome toxic stress and trauma related to Adverse Childhood Experiences will also be featured on the podcast.
 
This podcast explores the inner workings, struggles, challenges, and beauty of being in a relationship. It goes deep in uncovering how people have overcome challenges to become engaged and then married. It intentionally focuses on getting perspective from married men of color, especially married Black men, while providing a platform where people can learn from their stories. This podcast also highlights the mental burdens that stem from societal pressures, generational curses, gender related ...
 
It started as a personal challenge to be more creative every day, one year and about a thousand cups of coffee later, 'Now That I Think About' is a podcast where two Oklahoma State University Seniors talk about everything from a trip to New York to meet Jim Cramer, to chatting about the best way to stay productive in a world full of distractions.​
 
The entertainment industry is brimming with interesting people who are responsible for your favorite movies, TV shows, and more. Join Vox’s critic-at-large Emily VanDerWerff every Thursday as she speaks with the very well known, up-and-coming and need to know folks responsible for the most exciting projects in art, entertainment, and pop culture – diving deep into their influences, inspirations, and careers in a frank, uncensored fashion. The series finale aired in December 2018.
 
This is a show about topics that we find interesting and hopefully you do as well. A lot of laughs and us scrambling for the right words to say while we crack jokes and attempt to one-up each other on any topic we happen to feel like discussing. Hosted by Brandon Robinson and a new guest host every episode.
 
A Fanfic Appreciation Podcast. Two dorks sit down and gush about their favorite fanfiction. Join Pearl and Alex while they laugh, cry, and swoon with the different stories dedicated Steven Universe fans create. We do this specially out of love, no means or intentions of harming or hating on any fic or fic writer; We aim to give constructive, respectful, and excited criticism. You can find PearlTheKnight over at http://archiveofourown.org/users/PearlTheKnight/ ; https://youngclosetedlesbian.t ...
 
A BOOK THAT CHANGED AMERICA... Ernest Thompson Seton was an influential naturalist, and a sometime professional hunter and trapper. Much of this book speaks to the contradictions between these roles. In November 2008, both the PBS series, "Nature," and the BBC series, "Natural World," presented episodes called "The Wolf That Changed America," about Seton, focused in particular on the first story in this book: "Lobo, King of the Currumpaw." Their contention was that his experiences in the cap ...
 
In The Way I Heard It, Mike Rowe gives a different take on a variety of topics—from pop culture to politics, history to Hollywood, each mystery is a trueish tale about someone you know, filled with facts that you don’t. Delivered with Mike’s signature blend of charm, wit, and ingenuity, these stories are part of a larger mosaic—full of surprising revelations, sharp observations, and intimate, behind-the-scenes moments drawn from Mike’s own life and career.
 
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I Am Live is the primary youth show on Radio Pulpit. It aims to help young people understand and navigate the modern world. The programme speaks to millennials and Generation Z. They facilitate discussions which address challenges that are unique to these groups. Discussions frequently aim to answer difficult questions. However, don't make the mistake to think I Am on 657 is only for millennials. It is also for those who work and deal with them.
 
this podcast is going to be all about 60's music. the goal with this podcast is to educate a younger generation on one of the greatest decades of music of all time, and to prove to people that Millennials can love 60's music as well and it's not just for Baby boomers. Each week I"m going to review one song by one artist from the 60's and split the podcast into two halfs. first half is going to be my perspective and my opinion on the song and why I think it's so good or why I don't think it's ...
 
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Today Celine and Stephen argue! Is there such thing as free will? Is everything predetermined at the moment of the Big Bang? What does science, religion and philosophy say about it? Do we like the answer? Is Celine going to storm off the podcast because her dad is getting on her nerves? All covered in this week's spicy episode. As a Jehovah's Witne…
 
This week, Jenna and Theresa belatedly celebrate Thanksgiving with a viewing of Home for the Holidays, a 90's dramatic comedy that features a "dysfunctional" family that's actually really nice. Featuring Holly Hunter, Robert Downey Jr, and Dylan McDermott, this movie really has it all. Huge shoutout for our friend Kelly who is not our established a…
 
In this episode, we take a philosophical look at the whole true crime phenomenon (podcasts, radio programs, television shows, etc.). Time permitting, we might even investigate a few philosophical crimes, such as the Kripke/ Marcus affair, Wittgenstein’s poker, that time my friend from grad school told a bunch of people that a famous philosopher pla…
 
Mike interviews Chloe Hudson, a 28-year-old welder who received a work ethic scholarship from mikeroweWORKS, and went on to earn six-figures a year, and more recently, the subject of a new documentary called Trading Up. Together, they unpack The S.W.E.A.T. Pledge, and try to determine why a writer named Jake Maynard thinks it’s “bonkers.”…
 
On this week's What Was I Thinking I talk about Thanksgiving, arguing with three year olds, and why I considered more than just money when looking for a job. This podcast is brought to you by: Freeze Pipe - Go to thefreezepipe.com and use code LEE for 10% off of your first order. Manscaped - Go to Manscaped.com and use code SYATT for 20% off and FR…
 
I hope you had a great thanksgiving Holiday with your friends and family, this week's episode is something pretty special. So it's on a VERY special and rare occasion that I do interviews on my podcast, sometimes I do them, but most of the time I don't, but whenever I do, I try to bring in interesting guests, and most of the time it's someone from …
 
This week's interview is with filmmaker Scott Homan, Writer, Cinematographer and Director of the documentary movie Witness Underground about a group of Jehovah's Witnesses who start an Indie record label, and their subsequent journey out of the organization. Scott is also joined by Ryan Sutter one of the principle characters of the film. Fascinatin…
 
The convenience of being able to charge your smartphone with the same charger that you use to charge your laptop cannot be understated. Unfortunately, iPhone users do not have this luxury due to Apple's insistence on using the lightning charging cable, which is suspected to be for reasons relating to money and profit.…
 
Just Timothy is a gospel music artist and songwriter whose main pursuit in music is to just honour God and lead people to Christ. In his single 'Just RIP'D' where he features Eliezer he expresses the deep burden of having lost loved ones to COVID-19 and reminds us to cast the burdens of loss unto God.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/just.timothym…
 
To celebrate the 100th episode of the 'What should I think about..?' podcast and the 1 year birthday, Celine and Stephen take a look back at just a few of the episodes and guests from the past 12 months. It's been a wild ride. Plus music from Luke Stevenson a former guest of the show and the latest WhatSITA Showcase act. Why not become a patron for…
 
A Conversation with Mystery Author Nicole Glover - I Found This Great Book Nicole Glovers books “The Conductors” and “The Undertakers” are historical mystery set in post civil war Philidelphia. The sleuths Hetty and Benjy solve murder mysteries with magic. We Discuss: 03:00 – Nicole discusses her motivation for creating The Conductors. 04:13 – Nico…
 
This week's episode is going to cover the history behind last week's group, which was Little Anthony & The Imperials, and some of it is going to be a repeat of a group we did a few weeks ago, but there is something about the career of Little Anthony & The Imperials that you could say about other groups and songwriters of other decades of music othe…
 
Donna Stevenson was raised as a Jehovah's Witness and describes herself as a "happy Witness", but her experiences as a young woman in the organization left her with many questions. Donna eloquently describes what happened, her struggles with her faith and her journey out of the organization and life afterwards. Warning: This episodes includes discu…
 
Buying gifts for friends and family can be anxiety-inducing, especially when you already have other things to worry about such as your job responsibilities. Given Illustrative and Charl du Toit give some advice on what technology gifts you can buy for your friends and family this festive season.Bởi Given & Charl
 
In the modern world, identity has become a commodity that is for sale primarily on social media and in our entertainment media. Influencers are arguably the biggest distributors of identity and physical appearance, Hollywood also distributes culture, fashion and identity. In this discussion, we emphasize the importance of knowing who you are and co…
 
Xtended worship is a vibrant, passionate and authentic group of creatives gathered in Midrand, South Africa. They have a strong preference for an intimate audience that will allow them to express their deep desire for God. In this interview with Given Illustrative, Jerrard Peace and Mabongi share a vision of pursuing music without making it all abo…
 
As a Jehovah's Witness Stephen was raised to be a pacifist. Upon leaving the group ex members find themselves trying to make sense of how to think about war and whether it can be justified. Celine and Stephen explore the concept of the "just war", how we remember people who have died in wars and how for a moment the world appeared to get close to a…
 
In organisational studies, "Wicked problems" are a type of problem that's hard to define and wickedly difficult to solve. In this month's Cults as Organisations Stephen asks whether cults can be described in this way and what can be done by governments to protect people while maintaining religious freedoms. This is an audio version of Stephen's blo…
 
My good friend Monica and I discuss the relationship between art's intrinsic value and its worth on the marketplace, the relationship between critics and the longevity of a piece, what makes a true artist, and what the development of the meta-verse holds in store for the future of art and our ability to remain human. We also discuss the specific pi…
 
Hey! so I know It's been a while since I last uploaded an episode, but my birthday was on the 2nd of this month, so as per usual with every year of me doing this podcast, I always take the week of my bday off. so I"m back one year older, and I have some VERY exciting news for you. so I finally have another interview episode that's probably gonna ha…
 
Gillie Jenkinson PhD is a leading accredited psychotherapist, specialising in cult recovery and recovery from spiritual abuse. She shares with us the four step framework she uses to help people recovering from cult experiences. We discuss the framework, the work done at each stage and the roles of the individual and the counsellor. We also ask abou…
 
Having ambition is how we express our dissatisfaction with the status quo or with how things are currently. The fear of failure or the lack of believing we are capable of achieving greatness tends to discourage us from desiring more from life. In this discussion, we look at why ambition should be compulsory for all of us.…
 
Thabiso M. started singing at a very young age, and ever since getting his grandmother's blessing he has grown to do music as a professional gospel artist. In this interview with Given Illustrative, he shares his heartbreaking story of how he lost his parents at a very young age, and he now honours them through his efforts as a musician for the kin…
 
Alverne Ball https://www.ifoundthisgreatbook.com/interviews/a-conversation-with-alverne-ball-mystery-and-graphic-novel-author/ Author of the Frank Calhoun police procedurals series Only the Holy Remain Blue Religion And the New Graphic Novel – “Across the Tracks: Remembering the Tulsa Race Massacre and Black Wall Street” We discuss Alverne’s sleuth…
 
Ben and I were both captivated by the recent release of the science fiction classic "Dune". Both of us were raised on sci fi, and yet both of us had largely abandoned the field in recent years. Here we have a dia logos on what science fiction (or speculative fiction more broadly) has to teach us about our relationship with the cosmos. Our discussio…
 
Producer Bob and Stephen review the Voltaire lecture given by Nichola Raihani about how deeply embedded is the instinct to cooperate. We discuss questions like; why do human beings go through the menopause, how do Meerkats teach their young, how do cleaner fish police customer service and how are a store in the UK that cuts keys and mends shoes lea…
 
On this week's episode I talk about my decision to "retire" from stand up comedy, how I am feeling and the difference between happiness and contentment. My retirement show is Saturday November 13th at 10:30pm at North Hollywood Fourth Wall. Tickets are $5 and available here: https://guts.events/g01fkz/ewrzmi…
 
This week Jenna and Theresa finish the last of their Halloween horror series with the Wes Craven classic "comedy" horror: The People Under The Stairs. Listen in as they reckon with just how horrifying this movie is, reminisce about all the other times they're watched this masterpiece, and drag landlords as many times as possible. Rate and Review on…
 
Angela Lathwell was raised in the Children of God cult. She describes speaking out about the cult as the last taboo for ex members and we are honoured that she has decided to tell her story on the 'What should I think about..?' podcast. Why not become a WhatSITA patron for just £1 (or equivalent in your currency) https://www.patreon.com/whatshouldi…
 
Well it’s time for my biannual discussion of changing the clocks again. If the statistics are correct most if you fall on either one side or the other of this issue. Most of you also agree that we should pick a time zone and stop shifting it twice a year. Regardless of which side you’re on, I have a helpful pro tip on how to deal with this twice a …
 
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