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We Call B.S.

Sep 1, 2020

It continues to be a tad bit ironic that in an age where we are actually capable of connecting the most, we are feeling the loneliest. There’s been this sustained sense of overwhelm and we’re left feeling uninspired and stuck. As moms, we also feel a unique shame and pressure that we don’t have it all together. In...


Aug 11, 2020

Could you use some good news? How about a story of transformation and hope when it comes to your health? Today’s guest has a story that will stir something refreshing in you at a time we know you need it most. Brooke Walsh is a cancer survivor who suffered one of the most aggressive types of brain cancer,...


Jul 28, 2020

If you have been a little shut down, volatile, or binging on anything lately, you are not alone. We’re fighting against germs, injustice, and a lack of resources. We thought we’d see more relief by now, but the hits just keep coming. Today’s guest, Alexis Rose is a trauma specialist who facilitates...


Jul 14, 2020

18 summers. That’s all we get to work with as parents and then we have to launch these humans into the world and hope and pray they contribute something valuable to the world. We do need to give ourselves grace on the days when we’re just trying to survive, but we also can’t expect much if we are not parenting...


Jun 30, 2020

We’ve honestly tried. We didn’t want to talk about the effects of this pandemic and quarantine anymore, but we're still not okay. What we are gathering from conversations we've had recently is that mental health is not being talked about enough right now. 

 

We call B.S. on the idea that we should be better...