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What makes ThatVeganWife, ThatVeganWIFE, is Amy Beth’s other half, Brandon. Together, since the beginning of friendship, they have learned what it means to commit to the community mindset as well as committing to themselves to work through the trauma their childhoods allowed them to face. Along the way, through the journey of friendship, engagement, and into marriage, experiences & obstacles tried to bring them down as individuals as well as a couple. However, with faith and determination, Brandon & Amy Beth have fought for themselves & their marriage and have a lot to share. This is their story of [continual] transformation.

Peas in Progress Amy Beth Bolden

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What makes ThatVeganWife, ThatVeganWIFE, is Amy Beth’s other half, Brandon. Together, since the beginning of friendship, they have learned what it means to commit to the community mindset as well as committing to themselves to work through the trauma their childhoods allowed them to face. Along the way, through the journey of friendship, engagement, and into marriage, experiences & obstacles tried to bring them down as individuals as well as a couple. However, with faith and determination, Brandon & Amy Beth have fought for themselves & their marriage and have a lot to share. This is their story of [continual] transformation.

    The Struggle Is Real

    The Struggle Is Real

    You might have noticed there was NO podcast episode in the month of November, and for good reason. Even if you didn’t notice or aren’t caught up, we are talking about the end of a long/difficult season of life. It’s been one thing after another for Team Bolden and the struggle has been real.

    We’re no strangers to life’s challenges so we’re here to share what’s been going on and how we’ve made the best of it all. Consider this a love letter to you from some humans to another. Let’s do this together.

    Follow Brandon’s new content stream: @embolden.yourself
    Follow Amy Beth: @thatveganwife

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    So, you think you're a "People Pleaser?"

    So, you think you're a "People Pleaser?"

    Have you ever called yourself a "people pleaser" or know someone who has?

    We’re BACK with Season 2 of Peas in Progress and this time with special guest, Ahdri Kent, People Pleasing Addiction Recovery Guide. With Ahdri’s “whimsdom”, we’re here to share why & how People Pleasing can affect all areas of your life. It’s a sneaky little “personality trait” that comes with a heavy load of consequences and believe it or not, but it’s something we can heal from.

    Timestamps:
    00:00 - Guest Introduction: Ahdri Kent, People Pleasing Addiction Recovery Guide
    02:41 - Peas in Progress Introduction/Disclaimer
    03:19 - Ahdri introduces herSELF
    06:52 - How Ahdri got HERE
    19:02 - Brandon breaks down People Pleasing patterns
    28:23 - How People Pleasing can ruin your life
    36:45 - Screw awareness
    41:42 - Something that can destroy your world deserves your attention (Ahdri explains)
    50:05 - The first step to recovery
    59:53 - Amy Beth gets honest about her people pleasing recovery
    1:05:22 - Ahdri explains the mental block behind a People Pleaser’s recovery
    1:06:46 - Brandon talks “change”
    1:11:02 - What are the “symptoms” of People Pleasing?
    1:21:50 - “Oh s**t, I’m a People Pleaser. What do I do?”
    1:35:53 - Outro & How to find/work with Ahdri

    • 1 Std. 41 Min.
    The "V" Word

    The "V" Word

    Okay, so this episode is talking about Veganism and whether or not Amy Beth & Brandon both subscribe to the same outlook on this whole thing. It's NOT the "V-Word" you were led to believe, but if you did get it, they got into this lifestyle, AND be sharing a snippet from LA Talk Radio giving a little more insight into "why Vegan School." Enrollment is FREE.

    Listen in as Amy Beth & Brandon dig deeper into the idea of plant-based living & give tips for "Veganners," so you'll want to stick around till the end!

    TIMESTAMPS
    00:01 - ThatVeganWife talks about Vegan School on LA Talk Radio
    5:29 - Peas In Progress Intro/Disclaimer
    6:10 - Where have we been lately?
    7:45 - What it really means to "go vegan."
    9:10 - Amy Beth shares her Vegan Story
    17:17 - [MUSIC BREAK] Morning Coffee by Not Yourself
    17:45 - Brandon shares his Plant-"bae"sed Story
    24:30 - [MUSIC BREAK] Getsomerest/sleepwell by quickly quickly
    25:15 - How our past shaped us
    32:20 - Are we BOTH Vegan? Question, answered.
    33:35 - [MUSIC BREAK] 90s Mindz by Dr. Drumah
    33:52 - Tips for "Veganners"
    42:45 - Why Vegan School?

    MUSIC CREDITS
    Intro & Outro: in my life by datfootdive

    • 47 Min.
    Reaching #RelationshipGoals the Easy Way

    Reaching #RelationshipGoals the Easy Way

    Humans are naturally social creatures which means every one of us has had some form of relationship with another human being at one time in their lives or another. Don't let #Instagram fool you, relationships can look pretty than what actually happens.... But what happens when the honeymoon phase is over? How does the relationship thrive then? In this episode, we're diving into what relationships look like, how expectations & boundaries can be set, and even some of our own personal favorite relationship moments with each other. You'll want to stick around until the end where we'll have a musical performance from one half of Peas in Progress you don't want to miss.

    Timestamps:
    00:01 - Bloopers Reel Beginning

    1:24 - Peas in Progress Intro/Adult Content Disclaimer/Subscribe!!

    3:12 - Foundations of Relationships

    23:05 - Practical Relationship Advice That Anybody Can Benefit From

    41:25 - Vegan School Announcement! (Enroll for FREE April 1, 2019: link)

    42: 45 - Things We've Learned from our Own Relationship(s)

    54:01 - Our BEST Relationship Moments We Haven't Told You About

    57:01 - Makeout Music (featured by: artists' info)

    57:36: Amy Beth's most memorable moment

    1:10:28 - The End

    1:11:10 - BONUS MATERIAL: Brandon's Birthday Song

    1:14:11 - The real, “The End”

    Music Credits:
    Srolang by Melodiesinfonie (00:01)
    LuvnYou by Ian Ewing (23:05)
    Maldives by Roman Müller @romanmuellermusic (41:25)
    Who’s That by BROCKBEATS (54:01)
    Ladybug by Sulmberville (57:01)
    90s Mindz by Dr. Drumah - (1:10:28)

    • 1 Std. 14 Min.
    The Black & White Experience (Pt. 2: Facing Racism)

    The Black & White Experience (Pt. 2: Facing Racism)

    After sharing our experiences with you all, it's a good thing to educationally explain some of the concepts and situations that we faced. In this episode, Brandon & Amy Beth lead a discussion on different types of culturally sensitive issues including that of white privilege, redlining, and systemic racism. This topic can be uncomfortable for some people, so we advise bringing your listening & learning ears to the conversation. While this will be our last podcast (for now) on this topic, we highly encourage self-exploration into this topic. A list of resources you can learn from is listed below the Time Stamps.

    Time Stamps:
    00:01 - Discussion Disclaimer with Amy Beth
    00:53 - Peas in Progress Intro
    01:31 - Explaining our Experience / What keeps us from talking about racism?
    13:01 - Who decided Race? / Brandon reads from the book: White Fragility by Robin Diangelo (pg 17)
    15:04 - Defining Racism / Googled terms you should be familiar with
    25:50 - Cultural Appropriation: The Harlem Shake
    26:53 - The Harlem Shake: https://youtu.be/qV0LHCHf-pE
    27:27 - The ORIGINAL Harlem Shake: https://youtu.be/Mdeu5aGwwWI
    28:41 - Defining Experiences / More terms you should know
    33:51 - The Politics of Race / The Story of Jackie Robinson // Amy Beth Reads from the book: White Fragility (pg 26)
    35:16 - Let's talk about this
    36:10 - White Supremacy (read from White Fragility page 30-31)
    38:20 - How Can We Move Forward With ALL This?
    43:43 - Closing with a quote from Robin Diangelo

    Anti-Racism Resources:
    Book: White Fragility by Robin Diangelo
    Book: White Rage by Carol Anderson, PhD
    Podcast: Episode 34 - Black and White: Racism in America from The Liturgists Podcast in Podcasts:
    Youtube: How to Talk About Race, Identity, & Activism Online with Franchesca Ramsey & Marie Forleo
    Anti-Racism Self-Work Resource: Me and White Supremacy Work Book created by Layla F. Saad: https://www.meandwhitesupremacybook.com/book

    Social Activists & Educators to follow & learn from on Instagram:
    @readlikearockstar
    @theconsciouskid
    @nowhitesaviors
    @laylafsaad
    @diversereads
    @rachel.cargle

    Song Credits:
    Intro & Outro: in my life by datfootdive: https://spoti.fi/2UNajYZ
    Green Leaves by Kupla: https://spoti.fi/2TEQSl6
    Numero Uno by Mister Carver: https://spoti.fi/2I4OLpe
    Layers by MARTIN $KY: https://spoti.fi/2E1lFmF
    90s Mindz by Dr. Drummah: https://spoti.fi/2taKWom

    • 47 Min.
    The Black & White Experience (Pt. 1: Dealing with Racism)

    The Black & White Experience (Pt. 1: Dealing with Racism)

    Racism; it’s a buzzword that catches headlines in the never-ending news cycle these days and it’s also something we’ve encountered frequently throughout this journey together. In this first of a two part series, we share our personal experiences individually and as a couple in regards to discrimination based on stereotypes.

    Important Note: We are risking a lot by sharing our experience in podcast form, so if you're coming to the table to listen, do simply that. Everyone has their right to express their own experiences in their own unique way, and we boldly invite you to the table for a different kind of conversation. Encouraging words and genuine questions are welcome. However, we do not tolerate hate speech or words without thought, so if you have questions, asking them mindfully & try not to dehumanize us in the process.

    References to historical stories read are included below in the Time Stamps.

    Time Stamps:

    0:01: Important Note from Brandon

    1:26: Welcome

    2:04: Our Collective Racial Experience as a Couple

    23:34: B Reads Historical Reference - The Story of Ossian Sweet (from Carol Anderson’s, White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide, p56)

    29:55: Brandon reflects on Ossian Sweet

    31:20: Amy Beth Shares the White Experience

    41:35: Amy Beth Reads Historical Reference - The Behind the Scenes Story of President Reagan (from Carol Anderson’s, White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide, p124)

    46:10: Amy Beth reflects on Reagan

    47:35: Brandon Shares the Black Experience

    1:08:21: IN CLOSING - Talking About Race With One Another

    Learn more about Peas in Progress by clicking HERE. Send us feedback and podcast topic ideas: peasinprogress@gmail.com.

    Song Credits:
    - in my life by datfootdive
    - Ancestry by Axian, Kuranes
    - sorry by chief.
    - 90s Mindz by Dr. Drumah

    • 1 Std. 10 Min.

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