Episode 27: The Laundromat

For 5 years we had no running water or electricity in our home. We had to haul water, and haul our laundry to and from the laundromat in the small town I grew up in. And over time, it became a surprisingly special place to me. 

In this episode, I talk about why it was special. And I talk about a few specific memories I have in relationship to the laundromat. 

I even mention a realization about laundry and the laundromat that help me today!

Do you have any special places in your life, similar to mine in this episode?

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Episode 26: My Biggest Shame Right Now

Family relationships can be hard, amiright?

My biggest shame right now is my relationship (or lack thereof) with my sisters. In this episode I go long and deep as to why.

I hope you learn from listening to this story!
Denita

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Episode 25: From Ugly to Beautiful

Many women (people) struggle with their body image. 

I used to think I was ugly. Even after 15+ years of my husband’s compliments and assurances, I still believed I was ugly. 

Until one day I had this realization. Listen in to hear what simple phrase- that we hear all the time- shifted things for me. 

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Denita

Episode 24: Broken Leg

When my mom broke her leg, I did some things I am still a bit ashamed of. I wish I could go back and get a do-over. Her leg took a really long time to heal, and sometimes we think we will never heal from our shame. But there is hope.

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Denita

Episode 22: Until Someone Gets Hurt

This week I heard that research shows that among all mammal young, the young play until one gets hurt. This caused me to reflect on my own experience with this, AND what happens when you aren’t allowed to play until someone gets hurt? Trust, boundaries, identity, using our voices, and shame (of course) all come up in this short episode.

Enjoy!
Denita