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Our Better Half began in 2015 when a 50-something vanilla married lady starts asking questions about modern sex for classic bodies and wonders why everyone keeps laughing. Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh, writer and blogger, talked with experts on sex and sexuality and interviews people around the world on the topic of sex over 50. With segments like "Explain That To a Grandma" we cross generational lines and we get folks talking about healthy sex beyond the childbearing years and into the arthri ...
 
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In which we consider the absence of Carl Collins. Special guest: Dr. Carlie Tartakov Anti-racism deed of the week: Support ScholarCHIPS ScholarCHIPS provides college scholarships, mentoring and a peer support network to children of incarcerated parents, inspiring them to complete their college education. Want an email reminder for new episodes of t…
 
In which Laura becomes a Fearless Girl, we learn a lot about the importance of good glue, and Nadine drops by again. Anti-racism deed of the week: Learn about Mutual Aid Fearless Girls Map of Fearless Girls 2020 sightings Capitol Hill Corner "Guerilla Protest Sculpture" December 7, 2020 Popvillle "DC Protest Art Capitol Hill Signed Fearless Girls" …
 
In which Laura and Mark choose to stay in Capitol Hill for the inauguration, Laura searches for the Fearless Girls, and finds them. Anti-racism deed of the week: Protect the Fence at BLM Plaza Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple Podcasts to review this podcast series. Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com…
 
In which Mark and Laura venture to the Capitol on the morning of and the day after the failed coup. To contact Laura: Laura@LMWriter.com Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple Podcasts to review this podcast series. Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com Linktr.ee at: https://linktr.ee/auldton Audiobook narra…
 
In which: Angeline comes out of a dark closet, Allison weaponizes blue words to vanquish shame, Regan identifies the analogy to describe 2020. Special guests: Allison, Regan, Angeline, Chaney, Sarah, Green, Woodly, Martha, Mary, Ann, Lewis, Henry, Lucy, John, and Simon Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple…
 
In which we learn about Laura’s criminal past, call in cancel culture, and change the titles of our First Ladies. Special guest, Professor Loretta J. Ross Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Go to Apple Podcasts to review this podcast series. Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com Linktr.ee at: https://linktr.ee/auldt…
 
In which Laura asks if Fiona is a Karen, considers white guilt, and meets Grandpa Rudd. Special guest: Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander On December 5 at 6:00 pm the Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail will host Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander, professor of history at Norfolk State University, for a virtual lecture on how Virginia’s waterways helped …
 
In which Laura reveals her travel tricks for trick knees, meets Philipos, and learns why everyone needs a Nadine. Special guests: Philipos Melaku-Bello, Nadine Seiler Special thanks for the help of cousin Robyn, her friend Lulu, Carmen, Regina, and of course Mark. Anti-racism action of the episode: support the memorial and those preserving it. With…
 
In which Laura takes turns, remembers That Guy, and has her mom turn the tables. Special thanks: Auldton listeners who sent voice clips: G&C T, BS, AS, KM, GM, LE, and the estimable JF. Black in the Valley podcast: WHMP’s Bill Newman, who hosts the program, and mom’s partner in the show, Rev- Dr. Jacquelyn Smith-Crooks. Anti-racism action of the ep…
 
In which Laura takes Mark to a vigil, BLM waves at the Trump train, and day drinkers face Election Day. Special guests: Mark Mensh, BLM vigil participant Anti-racism action of the episode: add Race Capitol to your podcast queue Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Great podcast apps: Picking the Best Podcast App (and…
 
In which Laura's mom finds the perfect podcast theme song, you meet Liana, and Laura keeps the otter. Special guest: Liana Mensh, and Mark Mensh. Thanks to Harris, and Sabine the river otter. Anti-racism action of the episode: donate to the Elegba Folklore Society in Richmond Want an email reminder for new episodes of this podcast? Click here. Grea…
 
In which Batman praises Mosby, we listen to the Black descendants of the Confederacy, and Laura casts the first stone. You're not racist: so be an anti-racist. This week we're recommending donations to the Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County. Special thanks to: Karen Hughes White, Afro-American Association of Fauquier County, Ba…
 
In which Laura tries to be her best self, resists hate, and forgives Enos. Anti-racism action of the episode: Sign the Statement Against Racism by the Virginia Interfaith Center For Public Policy. https://www.virginiainterfaithcenter.org Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com Linktr.ee at: https://linktr.ee/auldton Audiobook narrator: Allen McRae Lin…
 
In which Laura gets a special kind of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome from bleeping bad words, learns about empathy from her son, and breaks the 4th wall with the Auldton narrator. Anti-racism action of the episode: http://leapaction.org/ LEAP is the Law Enforcement Accountability Project Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com Linktr.ee at: https://linktr.ee/…
 
In which Laura counts signs, bleeps a bad word, and takes off her mask. Special thanks to: Dr. Carlie Tartakov, Mark Mensh Anti-racism action of the episode: get a Black Lives Matter sign, mask, etc. Contact Laura at: Laura@LMWriter.com Linktr.ee at: https://linktr.ee/auldton Audiobook narrator: Allen McRae Links of interest: Etsy BLM sign creators…
 
In which Laura sees a ghost, learns a song, watches a statue fall, and Auldton feels change coming. Special thanks to: Dr. Ellsworth Weaver, Mara Seaforest, Barbara Amster, Morgan Geddes, Whitney Petrilli, Andrea Martens. Anti-racism action of the episode: donate to the NAACP Fauquier County: https://www.naacpfauquiercounty.org/donate Contact Laura…
 
In which Laura rings nonexistent bells, takes the Implicit Bias Test, and takes a pilgrimage to Emily Dickinson's grave. Service Dogs Of Virginia: https://www.servicedogsva.org/product/donate Thank you, Demetria Shabazz for the Amherst Town Hall bells audio from the excellent Juneteenth 2020 Celebration, from Amherst Media: https://amherstmedia.org…
 
In which Laura introduces herself and how getting yelled at may be the best idea in the world right now. This episode we're suggesting supporting our friend, Charity, as your anti-racism action! https://linktr.ee/CharitySadeMutualAid Featuring: Host: Laura Lyster-Mensh Auldton Laughing Club audiobook narrator: Allen McRae Music outro: Daniel Lyster…
 
It’s episode 25 and for a holiday treat I am going to share a mother daughter duo, Jackie who is 16 and her mother Tana. Go to the show notes while you’re listening so you can see a picture of the Goal Card that they created as a tool to keep focused on her goals in life. You’ll also hear about other tools their family find helpful, about a possibl…
 
Laura is back from ICED in Prague and chats about what DNA can and cannot tell us about eating disorders right now. A conversation with Dr. Cynthia Bulik of UNC and Karolinska Institute. Genomics news about Chromosome 12, metabolism, and whether vodka belongs in morning coffee. Full show notes at www.circummensam.com…
 
What is a psychoanalytically trained therapist and an infamously Maudsley-boosting parent doing talking together? Tune in to NEW PLATES 16 to meet Dr. Judith Brisman and Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh talk about the history of parents and eating disorder treatment, the role of psychodynamics, and whether FBT is so different from what psychodynamic clin…
 
Meet Beth Mayer, Executive Director at MEDA, talking about her work with eating disorder patients and their families, recovered clinicians, collaboration, advocacy, and a story of a family and clinical support that will surprise and inspire you. Full show notes at http://circummensam.com Host: Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh…
 
In a quick mini-episode, meet Nicki Wilson, a parent advocate in New Zealand, to chat with Laura about the upcoming At Home With Eating Disorder conference in Sydney. Hear about the friendly, accessible, helpful, and empowering bi-annual event co-sponsored by F.E.A.S.T., the Butterfly Foundation, and ANZAED. Full show notes at http://www.circummens…
 
Laura is back from IAEDP in Las Vegas and introduces you to Kathryn and Michael Cortese, the team behind Gürze/Salucore Eating Disorders Resource Catalogue (www.edcatalogue.com) and the ED Matters. Also, news from the world of eating disorder research. Full show notes at: http://www.circummensam.com/new-plates-podcast.html…
 
Guest: Dr. Tarah Martos, Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellow and Licensed Psychologist Mentioned: Laura will be at the IAEDP (International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals Foundation) Symposium in Las Vegas this week. If you are attending please reach out! Visit F.E.A.S.T., an organization of parents supporting parents around the world as…
 
Episode 8: A special mini-episode about Sock-It Guest: Joan Riederer, from the Erin Riederer Foundation talks about a lovely daughter, a sad day, and the power of friendship. Mentioned: Sockit Erin Riederer F.E.A.S.T. / Eating Disorders Coalition Congressional Briefing Academy for Eating Disorders Kitty Westin Susan Ringwood Full show notes at: htt…
 
Why have parents been kept out of treatment, and how has it changed? Host Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh as she asks experts from around the world why including parents during eating disorder treatment was once controversial. Also: eating disorder news, and Laura’s favorite word of the week, “anosognosia.” Details and show notes at: http://www.circumme…
 
In the first episode of New Plates podcast, meet host Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh as she asks experts from around the world why including parents during eating disorder treatment is important and why it helps improve outcomes. Meet: Mark Warren, Lauren Muhlheim, Janet Treasure, Craig Johnson, Julie O’Toole, Lucene Wisniewski, James Lock, Sarah Ravin…
 
Laura is interviewed by her husband on the occasion of her last Our Better Half episode. New hosts, Ashley Mader and Jane Fleishman, will take over from the notorious prude starting on episode 34. Mark asks Laura about being a prude, about fantasy sex, hypotheticals, how to start a podcast, her "podcast voice," and why she giggles a lot on mike. fu…
 
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