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The heart of a man is darkness... No person, place or culture is immune to extreme violence. The worst of the worst cases have occurred all over the world. Be prepared to take a journey, a tour of the world, where the most horrible atrocities have occurred. Murder, rape, incest, dismemberment, & cannibalism... no terrifying detail will be unexplored. Based on actual events, this immersive audio experience will shock you, terrify you, and possibly make you ill. From the creators of Sword and ...
 
If you like The Moth, This American Life or Snap Judgment, take a walk on the wilder side with RISK! Your colorful host Kevin Allison (of the legendary comedy group The State) helms this surprisingly uncensored show where people tell jaw-dropping true stories they never thought they'd dare to share in public. RISK! is hilarious, heart-wrenching and remarkably real. Think you've heard it all? Fasten your seatbelt.
 
Welcome to When We Speak. This is a podcast where we will have inspirational, candid, and empowering conversations with survivors that provide insight into how we cope, heal, and find meaning in a wide range of experiences. Hosted by mental health therapist, child abuse advocate, and author of “What Children Remember”, Tasha Hunter, MSW, LCSW.
 
From homeless, high school drop out to Entrepreneur, C.E.O. and Ph.D.! Hear first hand how Eric was able to defy the odds, and single-handedly break the negative generational cycles that plagued his family for decades. Join the conversation with ET and co-host Carlas Quinney Jr. and learn how you too can create the life you deserve.
 
Welcome to our podcast! My name is Richard Ostler (twitter: twitter.com/Papa_Ostler; FB: facebook.com/richard.ostler.5; IG: instagram.com/papa_ostler/) and am a native of Salt Lake City. I am the author of "Listen Learn and Love: Embracing LGBTQ Latter-day Saints at Amazon (amazon.com/dp/1462135773) and Deseret Book (deseretbook.com/p/listen-learn-and-love-embracing-lgbtq-latter-day-saints) I am the author of two recent Ensign articles on ‘How the Savior’s Healing Power Applies to Repenting ...
 
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In our latest episode, the team share their thoughts on this month's Friends Reunion. We find out which of our Incongruables is a "Super-Fan" with a special quiz; Hashim and Lydia give reasons for not watching; Steve promotes Friends merch and displays his growing musical prowess... and we finish with a phenomenal (!) reading from one of the shows.…
 
My friends Bree and Kit share their story as a couple with Bree’s gender incongruence/gender dysphoria. Bree talks about the shame, guilt and fear of 40+ years dealing with this and then eventually coming out to Kit. Kit and Bree talk about how their marriage is now even stronger and how they are moving forward. Bree talks about what it is like to …
 
In your work with clients, are you really interested in the needs of the client or are you just focused on the money you can get from them? In this live episode, the guys discuss the pitfalls of focusing on the money you can make versus focusing on what the client needs you to complete. Listener Perks Organifi is giving our listeners up to 20% off …
 
On your journey to going to the next level, you are going to experience both pain and reward. That pain can either be the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. Your rewards can either be temporal or sustained. It just depends on what type of pain you choose right now. In today’s episode, the guys are talking about what it takes to get to the ne…
 
My friend Daryl Austin is a journalist based in Utah. His work has appeared in National Geographic, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today and The New York Times. On the podcast, Daryl talks about several of his articles to help us better understand social issues, reduce divisiveness and the reasons to celebrate our differences. He…
 
My friend Josh Pedersen, who came out as gay at 21 following his successful LDS mission in England, talks about his Kickstarter where you can pre-order his new booked called “OUT, NOT IN!” Josh, who is a full time Professor of Design, wrote the book to help LGBTQ people struggling to find their voice come out, and also to their families and close f…
 
” You still have to live. You still have to figure out what you were put her for…” Today we are speaking to Michele Johnson, MHS, PA-C about her own journey with chronic pain and how she found ways to cope despite her medical diagnosis. Michele shares tips with listeners regarding what helped her to continue to thrive and how she now uses what she’…
 
My friend Drew Young (who was on episodes 276 and 325) joins us to talk about his new book called “Stand Guard at the Door of Your Mind” which is available for pre-order at Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Stand-Guard-Door-Your-Mind/dp/B0933GP1RY/). In the book Drew discusses many topics including suicide, porn, mental heath and bullying. In our podc…
 
Do you see the value in every opportunity that comes into your life, even if it's not something that was expected or even desired? Do you complain about where you are in life and then not explore the opportunities are presented to you that could possibly begin the process of moving you toward the life you want because they aren't quite what you wer…
 
” God will love us right where we are, but I didn’t really feel I was worthy.” On today’s episode Chandra Moyer shares her story of growing up in a military family in a predominantly White community. She details what it was like becoming aware of the abuse after more than thirty years of dissociative amnesia, shame, and her family’s denial and aban…
 
My friend Dallas Campbell shares his story as a gay Latter-day Saint. I became aware of Dallas from his moving Instagram coming out post www.instagram.com/tv/CNTnG5thfbWDallas talks about knowing he is gay from a young age, some difficult times in high school, serving a wonderful mission in Guatemala, testimony of the Gospel, trying to date women, …
 
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My friend Connor Berg (grew up in South Weber, Served a mission in the Jacksonville Florida Mission, currently at Utah State) shares his journey. Connor talks about growing up and learning he is gay in a world that makes it difficult to be gay. That led to years of shame, self-harm and depression. Connor eventually came out to his family (very supp…
 
” Diet culture isn’t happy to see you feel satisfied with yourself.” In today’s episode I’m speaking with Jess Brock-Pitts about her journey to weight neutral fitness and body positivity. Jess brilliantly explores the following: How food shaming sends a message of who is worthy and who is loveable How we attach moral value to food How diet culture …
 
My friends Dason and Taylor join us to share principles about how to keep relationships together when one goes through a faith crisis/transition. Dason and Taylor were friends growing up in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada and both served missions. After they both got married and started families, they lost contact until Dason’s Facebook post in 2019 ab…
 
My friend Tony Fieldson, who was on Episode 359, shares 10 keys for responding to your loved one’s questions or faith transition (see Tony’s video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm3visvgAFk). Tony also talks about The Restoration Table Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/720024265292786) and its goals to implement these 10 keys amon…
 
My friend Bo Buchi (masters degree, licensed clinical therapist) talks about his role as a therapist to help clients use the Gospel of Jesus Christ to improve their lives (including ending pornography use and living the law of chastity). Bo also talks about listening to the right voices (our leaders, scriptures) to make the hard decisions to improv…
 
” Say what you want because that is how you get your pleasure.” In today’s episode I’m speaking with Yael R Rosenstock Gonzalez about sex positivity, pleasure, and consent. We also delve into what it means to be a part of a community and own your identity. Yael R Rosenstock Gonzalez is a sex educator, sex coach, researcher, author, speaker, curricu…
 
My friend Tom Fairholm (who recently graduated from BYU with degrees in music composition and Russian) shares his story as a gay Latter-day Saint. Tom, who has deep testimony of loving Heavenly Parents, the Savior, the Book of Mormon, talks about coming out to his parents in his teens (good experience), serving a mission, trying to make dating wome…
 
My friends Elin and Randy Dastrup join us to talk about Randy’s life-long battle of feeling broken and having no worth. This partly resulted from being a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. Randy (who served a mission in Puerto Rico) talks about his battles with pornography and having an affair. Elin and Randy share the moment Randy told Elin about…
 
Is it difficult for you to take responsibility for your actions? In this episode, the guys discuss how taking responsibility for your actions is pivotal to reaching your dream destination. Listener Perks Organifi is giving our listeners up to 20% off of their order! Just go to www.organifi.com/success. Their superfood green juice powder allows you …
 
In anticipation of the upcoming North Star Conference, on June 10th-13th, my friends Ty Mansfield and Jeff Bennion join us to share their story of the founding of North Star—how and why it all started. They share the goals, vision, and mission of North Star, as well as address some common misconceptions about North Star. Ty and Jeff also share some…
 
Richard Munchkin, Christine Collier, and Oz du Soleil share stories about peeing in the shower, saying "fuck you" to shame, and surviving homelessness. Support RISK! on Patreon at Patreon.com/RISK Make a one-time donation to RISK! at PayPal.me/RISKshow Get tickets to RISK! live shows at RISK-show.com/tour Get the RISK! book at TheRISKBook.com Get R…
 
21-year-old Alisha Bromfield had it all. She had a supportive friend group, a family who loved her, a nearly completed bachelor’s degree, and a baby on the way. When she didn’t arrive home from an out-of-state wedding on Sunday, August 19th, 2012 as planned, friends and family soon learned that someone in her life did not have her best interest at …
 
” There can’t be a resurrection until something has died.” Today we are speaking with Heather Caliri about how we heal from self-criticism, feeling as if we aren’t good enough or that we are ” bad Christians”. Heather invites listeners to heal from abuse, learn how to have healthy relationships, and healthy boundaries. She created 30 Days To Loving…
 
My friends Jordan and Adam share their journey as gay Latter-day Saints. Jordan and Adam served missions, completed college, have strong careers, have been together for three years and now feel their path is to get married. While we all understand their path is outside the doctrine of our Church, this episode is about how to come together in our di…
 
My friend Jed Alldredge shares his story about being the parent of a gay son, Jeffrey Alldredge (episode 270). Jeffrey came out at age 12 to his parents Jed and Starlyn—which is over 15 years ago. Jed has been on this road for a longtime and has wonderful insights into being the parent of a gay son. Like all families, there are some difficult momen…
 
Today we are speaking with Darleana McHenry about what it means to have financial literacy in the Black Community, the importance of Black children being proficient in math, and she addresses the inequities that exist in our capitalistic, global world. Darleana explores some of the challenges in the Black community as a result of poverty and lack o…
 
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