All in Real Talk
No one else is going to do it for us, so how can we ask for what we're worth? Kathlyn Hart has some (really good) ideas. But more than that: We talk about how to have difficult conversations, how to trust ourselves even if we feel shaky ,and how to be our own goddamn heroes.
How much pain and stress in our bodies (and minds) is normal? Is it just aging or is there something we can do about it? I don’t know, either. Which is why I asked my friend and physical therapist to tell us. Turns out: There’s a lot we can do, and it’s not what you think. (That’s a joke, you’ll get it.)
How would you live if every day you might have to say goodbye, but didn’t know? Mary Beth LaRue shares how she deals with the deep uncertainty that is being a foster-to-adoption parent, what it’s given her, how we can give up control, and handle much more than we think.
How do you handle the unknown? Do you try to control it or force an answer to get out of the discomfort of not knowing what will happen or if you’ll be okay? Oh, cool, me too. My friend, Sarah, can help us because for ten years, her health started to fail her, and no one could figure out what was wrong. Until, finally, she got an answer.
AKA: For when you feel incapable or not good enough. Whether it’s compared to what you’re facing, a dream you have, or another person, we can all feel like we don’t measure up. This episode is to remind you you don’t have to.