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“They Called me ‘Monster’ and ‘Freak’: Dorsey Ross’s Journey of Faith and Resiliency

Dorsey Ross tells his story of being born with Apert’s Syndrome, struggling with bullying, trying to fit in, and ultimately following God’s plan for his life. Overcomer...

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Transformation and Spiritual Alignment: Interview with Harmony Kwiker

Do you mentally berate yourself?  Does your body feel burdened by anxiety and fear?  Would you like to emerge anew?  This episode may help! Reveal:  Embody the True...

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Journey from Trauma to Value: Interview with Danielle Bernock

Do you feel as if you have no value and never will?  Do you wonder why you are on this planet at all?  Listen to and be encouraged by...

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Ladies: Shoot Your Shot!

Why do women tend to resist “shooting their shot?”  In this generation of female empowerment, why arent’ more ladies putting it out there and going after what they want? ...

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Agape Garcia and Post Traumatic Growth: Triumph Over Domestic Violence

Have you or someone you know been victimized by domestic violence?  Are you scared and feel alone?  Check out this episode!   Check out this episode!

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Behind the Mic

There is more to me than being a psychotherapist or a Boundaries class instructor.  I have been successful at both of these endeavors and enjoyed them thoroughly but I sometimes feel like a flamethrower being housed neatly in its box on a polished shelf.  I have become weary of behaving nicely and following all the “rules.”  Those who are close to me know I’ve never claimed to be nice.  I created this podcast as a platform to cut loose, make my own rules, say what I want, and hopefully find a few others with similar experiences.  If you are offended by what I say, follow someone else’s podcast.  For everyone else, enter at your own risk. 

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“Some things benefit from shocks; they thrive and grow when exposed to volatility, randomness, disorder, and stressors and love adventure, risk, and uncertainty. Yet, in spite of the ubiquity of the phenomenon, there is no word for the exact opposite of fragile. Let us call it antifragile. Antifragility is beyond resilience or robustness. The resilient resists shocks and stays the same; the antifragile gets better.”

–as excerpted from Nassim Taleb’s Antifragile

An example of antifragility is the Hydra, a Greek mythological creature who grows two heads when one is severed. When attacked, it becomes stronger.

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