Just as an environmentalist seeks to rewild land by returning it to its natural state, Shannon Evans,¸author of the just-released book "Rewilding Motherhood", invites women to rewild motherhood by reclaiming its essence through an expansive feminine spirituality. Drawing on what Nicole sees as parallels to the healing journey from abuse, this conversation goes deep.
Survivor Advocate Kimberly Gleason joins us to discuss the work she’s done to make major change in her state for survivors plus discusses her own healing journey, how she found her voice and where she’s found meaning.
Special guest Kat Armas, a Cuban-American theologian and host of The Protagonists podcast, points us to the strength, persistence and wisdom of women—especially immigrant and Indigenous women—in her powerful debut book “Abuelita Faith: What Women on the Margins Teach Us about Wisdom, Persistence, and Strength” and discusses healing and hope for all of us.
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Guest: Peace Amadi, author of “Why Do I Feel Like This?: Understand Your Difficult Emotions and Find Grace to Move Through" talks with us about core beliefs, anxiety, what our emotions are here for and how to allow them to guide us toward healing
Denise Bossarte, a survivor, poet, artist with a PhD in developmental neuroscience talks with us about healing in a pandemic as well as her new release book “Thriving After Sexual Abuse: Break Your Bondage to the Past and Live the Life You Love”. We discuss various practices and tools that have worked for survivors and the importance of looking at the small things and taking chances as well as the importance of the survivor community in our healing journeys.
Guest: Cartoonist, Glenn Head, discusses the relationship between trauma, healing and art as well as his soon-to-release graphic novel memoir "CHARTWELL MANOR" which details his two years at the now-defunct Mendham, NJ, boarding school that was run by a serial sexual and physical abuser of young boys.