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This podcast is about raising awareness on real topics, having real conversations with real people. Authenticity and humour are key and perfection is not welcome! Hoping to inspire, support and help people feel connected and relieve them from feelings of loneliness.Series 1: I interview young adults who share challenging times they faced in their teens and how they overcame them, what helped and what could have made things easier. Hoping to help other teens going through similar experiences ...
 
Becoming Naked is a philosophy of life that's based on the idea that says intimacy is central to creating meaningful relationships with yourself, others, and life itself. Listening to the Becoming Naked podcast will teach you how to cultivate the skills of intimacy to create more meaningful and deeper connections with your friends, lovers, family members, and most importantly, with yourself.
 
Sharing bold stories of strong people. What's your story? Be seen. Be heard. Host Jennifer Chambers celebrates those who are resilient to spread strength, coping techniques, & community. Join the We are Resilient Facebook page! Email resilientpodcastmail@gmail.com to share your story or to comment.#chronicillness #autoimmunedisease #invisibleillness #spoonie #grief #braininjury #strong #spooniestrong #traumaticbrainnjury #chronicillnessawareness #chronicpain
 
Capture What Matters helps moms rediscover themselves through photography, creativity, and self-care. Each episode features a fresh tip or technique for helping you capture what matters through your own camera. Plus, host Beryl Young, founder of Momtography, shares stories of women who have opted out of overwhelm, burnout, and the neverending to-do list through self-expression. We’re exploring motherhood in an entirely new way––through the lens of putting you and your creativity first!
 
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In this episode I talk to Raessa, who works with Mindtales, a tech organisation dedicated to increasing health accessibility in the UAE. Passionate about mental health, law and entrepreneurship, Raeesa graduated with degrees in Psychology and Legal Studies from NYU Abu Dhabi in 2020. She talks about how she suffered from imposter syndrome in her te…
 
In this episode I talk to Hafsa, a Postgraduate Research Fellow at NYUAD, she talks about how she made the big decision to step outside her comfort zone. She shares how completely changing her study plans and moving abroad left her experiencing a rush of different emotions from worry, overwhelm, to excitement and happiness. Receiving support from h…
 
In this episode I talk to Riya, a psychology student in Singapore; she shares a difficult time she experienced during her teen years. She talks about how comparing herself with her brother had serious consequences. This constant self-comparison led her to gradually lose her self-confidence, suffer low self-esteem and continually have the feeling of…
 
In this episode I talk to Ali, an international student in Dubai; he shares a challenging time during his studies when he was getting low grades, he talks about his daily struggles and how he turned it all around in less than a year. Trusting in himself and his abilities, he made the decision to change his study habits, work hard and learn new stra…
 
This historical episode features two activists, in two different arenas, who showed incredible resilience in working for others. Julia Rutilla was a journalist, writer and labor activist from Oregon who lived 1907-1991, and Leta Stetter Hollingworth was a pioneer in psychology who worked in New York City a bit earlier, 1886-1939 . Sources for Julia…
 
In this episode, we share stories about Beverly Cleary, Ursula LeGuin, and a Klickitat origin story of The Bridge of The Gods. Beverly Cleary video on OPB Ursula LeGuin's The Disposessed on Wired Bridge Of The Gods Contact us at resilientpodcastmail@gmail.com or at www.youareresilient.net with feedback or interview requests (and download the FREE B…
 
This episode is a compilation of two of two of the most popular segments of the last year. Wendy Red Star is an artist whose work explores identity and the effect of colonization on Native Americans in the United States. The multi-talented, multi-media artist works with humor to share her experience and the culture of her family. She shows work wor…
 
This episode of The Resilient Podcast Network starts with a reading of Sourdough Stories from pioneers who brought the well-traveled dough to the West, and a current recipe for making your own versatile sourdough from Chambers. It continues with a story about Hazel Ying Lee, the accomplished woman and first Chinese-American, female fighter pilot in…
 
In this episode I talk to Valeria, an International Business student in Dubai, she talks about how she made a life changing decision at just 18 to work and study across the other side of the world. What's fascinating is she made the decision in just 24 hours, had the courage to listen to her gut instinct and just go for it. Tune in to be inspired :…
 
Host Jennifer Chambers shares some of her favorite tips for thriving with a brain injury to begin March, Brain Injury Awareness Month. This is part of a new series on tips for thriving and good self care within chronic conditions. Visit www.youareresilient.net or email resiliantpodcastmail@gmail.com for your fill-in-able copy of Your Tips For Livin…
 
Join Stacy Cordova Diaz and Jennifer Chambers for a conversation about Stacy’s work with self-care, her day and dream jobs, and her resiliency with her new project discussing systemic racism. Plus, fantastic ideas for how to to nurture yourself. Stacy Cordova is a lifelong educator and explorer of all things self-care and woo woo. When she isn't te…
 
Most people suck at relationships. And because most people suck at relationships, most relationships fail. The average long-term relationship lasts approximately 2 years and 9 months and the latest divorce statistics are at around 40%. There are many reasons for this poor track record and in this episode, you'll discover the main reason behind most…
 
In this third episode of Groundwaters Live, we hear the readings from more Groundwaters' participants. Enjoy the prose, poetry and essays from fine writers. Our readers this time are, in order: Pat Edwards, reading work by Michael "Hoss" Barker Pat Edwards, reading work by Michael "Hoss" Barker Jen Chambers, reading work by Melinda Bender Pat Edwar…
 
Wendy Harrop and I talk about her life in Massachusetts, the way she has woven resiliency into her life and her work, and don't miss her description of her fabulous events and some of the delicious food she prepares on her farm. Here's her bio: Hi there! I'm Wendy Harrop, owner of the Phineas Wright House an antique home and barn in rural Massachus…
 
In this second episode of Groundwaters Live, we hear the readings from more Groundwaters' participants. Enjoy the prose, poetry and essays from fine writers. Our readers this time are, in order: Demetri Liontos Evelyn Searle Hess Stephanie Sanchez-DeLong Evelyn Searle Hess Jennifer Chambers For more information on any of these writers, go to www.gr…
 
Jen Liss of the popular podcast The Creative Commute visits the show. Jennifer Liss is a marketing copywriter and founder of The Creative Commute, a podcast and community focused on fueling joy through creativity. The effort began as a way to stay optimistic during the spread of the global pandemic and has grown into a thriving virtual community. S…
 
In a conversation with Stefania Indelicato and Laura Mc Neice of Dash of Life Podcast, we got to chat about their goals for their upcoming first season of their podcast, which showcases the "dash" that makes up a lifetime. Plus they share the most perfect "how we met" story you've ever heard! Imagine meeting these delightful, fun podcasters and tal…
 
Groundwaters Publishing publishes an anthology every year, of art, poetry, fiction and nonfiction by creative individuals, who range from local to our corner of Oregon to all over the world. When the annual book is released, the publishing company hosts a gala at Applegate Regional Theater so that the authors and poets can read their work to a live…
 
To begin the holiday season, we're presenting short holiday reads to get you in the cozy, calm mood to celebrate the coming of the winter season and turn of the year. We'll put out these holiday specials weekly, starting with the first reading: Reverend Clement Moore's poem "The Night Before Christmas." --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: Th…
 
Sadie says: In 2016 I was a Political Science Major with the hopes of becoming a world-renowned politician. When the election cycle hit that year, I saw firsthand how politics can drive apart friends, colleagues and even families. I felt something inside me shift that year, and I knew I needed to change my path. I had always been interested in Art …
 
Bridget Botelho is a certified integrative health coach who helps women with autoimmunity reclaim their vibrant energy and power. She lives in San Francisco, CA where she enjoys urban hiking, watching the latest Netflix craze, or watering many, many plants. Resources mentioned in the episode (as always, this is for informational purposes only; this…
 
Jocey Orelus Wiitanen helps women improve their mindset to create more joy and abundance in their lives. Jocey started her business to help women accept and love themselves. Prior to coaching, Jocey spent nine years as an independent cosmetologist and two years as a cosmetology educator. She gained clarity on her own life and passions after taking …
 
In this week's episode, Chambers shares a preview of her new podcast, Revolutionaries and Visionaries. Revolutionaries and Visionaries showcases the stories of people who inspire with their exploits, lead by example, and fight for a better way. The first episode tells the story of Amelia Bloomer and others who followed her lead. Sources: Abigail Sc…
 
An avid traveler, dog mom, coffee lover and book addict, Holly began her adult life as an academic. With a BA in English and Environmental Studies and an MA in Human Rights she was headed for PhD stardom. Life changed as it always does and as a result she put the brakes on the PhD and has been jumping from one adventure to the next and ultimately l…
 
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what I’d like life to look like when this is all over. Admittedly, this pandemic seems to shine a light in the places we’ve been ignoring far too long. It’s uncomfortable and it makes me question my confidence. Who am I? What do I value? How do I want to show up for myself and my family? Where do I concentrate …
 
Chambers interviews Jessica Stancil as they talk about her diagnosis and her work in autoimmune support coaching-- which is unique because she believes in helping without a blanket, one thing fits all approach. Jessica Stancil is an autoimmune lifestyle coach. Serving as the missing link between the doctor’s office and daily life, she helps people …
 
Ryan Ward, better known as Tokencarnie on his website and social media, is a circus runaway who left a toxic situation and packed his belongings on New Year's Eve before driving cross country in a rental car to start over. Token shares his story on his website, redheadrunaway.com as a reminder that it's ok to run away, just as long as you know what…
 
Right now, life is NOT normal. Our routines and schedules are being tested big time. When I scroll through my news feed, I see stories of moms trying to make sense of the wacky, cooped-up home-life that we are all trying to navigate right now. I see mom’s trying desperately to homeschool – trying to make sense of the distance learning her school sy…
 
This episode of Resilient from quarantine talks about Jane Austen, her perception and the forces that shaped her. We also talk about 17th century scientist Maria Merian, who revolutionized the field of insect study. We talk about gardens, books, and writing. Sources in this episode: Jane Austen: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Austen, https://ww…
 
On this episode, Chambers speaks with South Carolina maker Brittany Volpe about her business, New Moon Creations Co. Volpe opens up about her own challenges and the tools she uses to be resilient in her life and in her career. Volpe's candor is refreshing, and her personal story is inspiring. Contact Volpe on Instagram at: @newmooncreationsco, or, …
 
Never in my wildest imagination did I expect to be broadcasting right now while quarantined at home. We're currently on day 13 of my daughter being home from school, and our governor here in Virginia just made the call that schools will be closed until the fall. At the very least, a lot of our friends and their kids are grieving. And rightfully so.…
 
Chambers chats with author, poet, and farmer Terah Van Dusen in this episode. Van Dusen speaks about her poetry, her life as a parent (listen for bubbly toddler sounds in the background), and her plans for memoir. Van Dusen also talks about her farm life and growing up to be a poet. To contact or follow Van Dusen, go to: Instagram: @terahvandusen, …
 
Three years ago, our daughter was diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety. Surprisingly, my reaction was not one of sadness or fear or worry. My immediate reaction was one of relief. Our kiddo’s diagnosis brought me relief because it gave me permission to honor and advocate for who she is. Her diagnosis reminded me how lucky I am to mother a child who is s…
 
Simply put, Cullen Vance is incredibly talented -- and incredibly resilient. He's a storyteller, an artist, an editor, a film maker, but above all a musician. The Register-Guard newspaper put it this way, about his album "Cullen Vol. 1 ": "The mood...moves through relaxing jazz, Andrew Bird-like violin plucking and sparse silhouettes that echo Bon …
 
Now the show has new music, "Resilient," written by Dandyland Studios just for us! Hear a clip from the song at the beginning and stay tuned at the end of the show to hear the full version. Chambers has a lovely conversation with Kris Harley-Jessen of the podcasts GigJig, where she is a virtual matchmaker of people and what they need, and LoveJig. …
 
In The Resilient Podcast Network's Valentine's Special, Jennifer Chambers discusses Valentine's Day facts, cards, and traditions. She also shares about Work for The Week and Books Of The Week, including Hill Women by Cassie Chambers, HighFire by Eoin Colfer, The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern, and Before and After the Book Deal by Courtney Maum. …
 
In the first episode from The Resilient Podcast Network, host Jennifer Chambers shares some reasons behind the show's creation and name. After the origin story, the show covers suffragist Abigail Scott Duniway. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anc…
 
On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of people who are balancing daily life, parenthood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are people who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog, photographing their family, or running a business.…
 
On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of people who are balancing daily life, parenthood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are people who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog, photographing their family, or running a business.…
 
On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of people who are balancing daily life, parenthood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are people who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog, photographing their family, or running a business.…
 
On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of people who are balancing daily life, parenthood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are people who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog, photographing their family, or running a business.…
 
On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of people who are balancing daily life, parenthood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are people who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog, photographing their family, or running a business.…
 
On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of people who are balancing daily life, parenthood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are people who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog, photographing their family, or running a business.…
 
On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of people who are balancing daily life, parenthood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are people who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog, photographing their family, or running a business.…
 
On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of people who are balancing daily life, parenthood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are people who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog, photographing their family, or running a business.…
 
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