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The Lingering Emotional Toll Of The Pandemic

The Lingering Emotional Toll Of The Pandemic

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

  People can have many hang-ups when it comes to intimacy and sex. But you can have the sex you want, as long as you’re open and willing to explore with your partner. In this episode, we tackle sexual intimacy and the joy of connection as our hosts, Jason Wrobel...

Reality As We Know It – Stranger Than Fiction?

Reality As We Know It – Stranger Than Fiction?

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

How To Plan For End-Of-Life And Why You’ll Be Happy If You Did

How To Plan For End-Of-Life And Why You’ll Be Happy If You Did

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

To Regret Or Not To Regret? Why It’s Not Worth Feeling Ashamed

To Regret Or Not To Regret? Why It’s Not Worth Feeling Ashamed

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Does Our Agenda And Impatience Prevent Us From Feeling Better?

Does Our Agenda And Impatience Prevent Us From Feeling Better?

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Finding Your Identity Through The Noise And Conversations On Music, Cultural Appropriation, And Racism With Kitten Kuroi

Finding Your Identity Through The Noise And Conversations On Music, Cultural Appropriation, And Racism With Kitten Kuroi

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

You Don’t Have To Be Perfect, You Just Have To Mean It

You Don’t Have To Be Perfect, You Just Have To Mean It

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

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