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The Female Veterans Podcast was created as a platform to raise awareness of the unique issues that face female heroes who serve and allow their diverse stories to be heard. Each episode features a "girl talk" style, real conversation. We document what it was like to serve, the transition out of active duty service, life as a veteran and how to make civilian life successful. The goal is to help other women by sharing our experiences - good or bad. This podcast is the first production of Magnum Opus Multimedia LLC. Our mission is to share female veteran stories and serve the community.

The Female Veterans Podcast Magnum Opus Multimedia LLC

    • Society & Culture

The Female Veterans Podcast was created as a platform to raise awareness of the unique issues that face female heroes who serve and allow their diverse stories to be heard. Each episode features a "girl talk" style, real conversation. We document what it was like to serve, the transition out of active duty service, life as a veteran and how to make civilian life successful. The goal is to help other women by sharing our experiences - good or bad. This podcast is the first production of Magnum Opus Multimedia LLC. Our mission is to share female veteran stories and serve the community.

    Another Little Rant: Women's Rights Are Human Rights

    Another Little Rant: Women's Rights Are Human Rights

    This was recorded on Saturday June 25, 2022. These are my thoughts and opinions. This episode comes with a trigger warning. If you want to answer the questions I asked in this solo episode dm @thefemaleveteranspodcast on Instagram. Don't forget to follow me! And Thank you for your continued love and support. I love you guys!

    • 11 min
    Microdosing: How It Can Benefit Your Mental Health As An Alternative Therapy

    Microdosing: How It Can Benefit Your Mental Health As An Alternative Therapy

    I am joined to discuss the benefits of micro-dosing as a therapy to treat PTSD, anxiety and depression. Donna of The Portland Psychedelic Society. We discuss what micro-dosing is, how it can help you, and how to begin. Donna shares her story, I share some of mine and we offer many resources to educate yourself, including how to join the veterans discourse online with the Portland Psychedelic Society. Thank you to the sponsor of this episode Grunt Style! Go to www.gruntstyle.com and support a veteran owned business! Use code "Baker" to get 10% off your first order. Don't forget to follow me on Instagram: @thefemaleveteranspodcast and Twitter @femvetpodcast. Please go to Apple Podcast and give this podcast a 5 star review. This will help it reach more veterans. Please share this podcast with women! And stay tuned for new episodes!



    Links for Resources:

    Books:

    Michael Pollan " How To Change Your Mind"

    James Fadiman "The Psychedelic Explorers Guide"

    Alex Young and Dan Engle " A Dose of Hope"

    Podcast:

    Third Wave Podcast with Paul Austin

    Movie

    Reconnect Movie By London Real: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skkUo8Lgiu0

    Learn More

    https://www.portlandpsychedelic.org/

    Follow The Portland Psychedelic Society

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/portlandpsychedelic/?hl=en

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PortlandPsychedelicSociety/

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PortlandPsychedelicSociety

    • 1 hr 14 min
    The Limited Series Part 2: Kellie Clelland's Episode - In Partnership With The Military Officer's Association of America

    The Limited Series Part 2: Kellie Clelland's Episode - In Partnership With The Military Officer's Association of America

    My guest Kellie’s story is a little different than many of my episodes. She served in the Public Health Service, one of the uniformed services of the United States although it is not an armed service. Trained military style and deployed to serve, Kellie shares her experience, both the joys of serving and the difficulties of serving in this branch. Kellie explains her training, how it differs from armed branches and she shares how she was able to make her relationship last while both serving  in the PHS and Coast Guard at different locations.  We go in depth about the difficulties of relocation for military spouses, and how there are often unknown barriers to employment. Kellie shares the benefit of working with the Military Officers Association of America and how critical their support was for her. To learn more about how the Military Officers Association of America supports servicemembers and their families, check out the link below. Follow the Female Veterans Podcast on Instagram @thefemaleveteranspodcast and on Twitter @femvetpodcast.

    Connect with MOAA

    https://www.moaa.org/retirement-resources (https://www.moaa.org/retirement-resources?utm_source=KiaBaker&utm_medium=Podcast&utm_campaign=Influencer)

    Find Services or Support Veterans Here: (Organizations I love)

    Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)

    https://www.moaa.org/

    Hope 4 Vets

    https://hope4veterans.org/

    The Barbara Giordano Foundation

    http://giordanofoundation.org/

    Passageways Ltd

    https://passagewaysltd.org/

    Grunt Style Foundation

    https://www.gruntstyle.com/pages/grunt-style-foundation

    Burn Pits 360

    https://burnpits360.org/

    • 1 hr
    The Barbara Giordano Foundation Can Help You

    The Barbara Giordano Foundation Can Help You

    This episode is all about the work the The Barbara Giordano Foundation does to help female veterans. I am joined by Virginia Giordano, the CEO of the organization, for another chat about how the foundation has expanded to help female veterans from around the world. We talk about specific ways you can benefit from their services. Virginia shares what workshops they have and how to participate. We talk about the Peace Garden that she created to honor women veterans. I am so honored to have been included! This is an organization I love to work with and highly recommend. The Barbara Giordano Foundation can help you heal, and connect with other female veterans and this is a safe space to learn, grow, heal and share. Listen to this episode to find out exactly how amazing this foundation is! Thank you to the sponsor of this episode Grunt Style! Go to www.gruntstyle.com and support a veteran owned business! Use code "Baker" to get 10% off your first order. Don't forget to follow me on Instagram: @thefemaleveteranspodcast and Twitter @femvetpodcast. To donate look for the podcast on Venmo! Thank you to everyone donating! Please share this podcast with women! And stay tuned for new episodes!

    Follow The Barbara Giordano

    https://www.giordanofoundation.org/

    Facebook:

    https://www.facebook.com/GiordanoWomen/

    Instagram:

    https://www.instagram.com/giordanofoundationforwomenvets/

    Find Services or Support Veterans Here: (Organizations I love)

    Hope 4 Vets

    https://hope4veterans.org/

    Passageways Ltd

    https://passagewaysltd.org/

    Grunt Style Foundation

    https://www.gruntstyle.com/pages/grunt-style-foundation

    Burn Pits 360

    https://burnpits360.org/

    • 48 min
    The Limited Series Part 1: Captain Pat Williams' Episode - In Partnership With The Military Officers Association of America

    The Limited Series Part 1: Captain Pat Williams' Episode - In Partnership With The Military Officers Association of America

    This is the first episode in a limited series in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA). Captain Pat Williams may have had the most amazing military career of any of my guests. Pat spent 35 years in the Navy. We discuss her experience being enlisted, her move to becoming an officer and the contrast of each type of experience. We discuss why she never deployed on a ship in 35 years, how the military paid for her graduate studies and the impact of being a detailer on the lives of servicemembers. We talk about good leadership, and how diversity is so important to the success of servicemembers. Pat shares stories of how she helped at the Naval Academy to support both students and staff to ensure that everyone was successful. The impact of her work touched so many lives, and Pat gives great advice that can benefit us all. Pat shares her transition out and how she works with MOAA to help officers transition out of the military and into new careers. To learn more about how the Military Officers Association of America supports servicemembers and their families, check out the link below. Follow the Female Veterans Podcast on Instagram @thefemaleveteranspodcast and on Twitter @femvetpodcast.

    Connect with MOAA

    https://www.moaa.org/retirement-resources

    https://www.moaa.org/retirement-resources?utm_source=KiaBaker&utm_medium=Podcast&utm_campaign=Influencer

    Find Services or Support Veterans Here: (Organizations I love)

    Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)

    https://www.moaa.org/

    Hope 4 Vets

    https://hope4veterans.org/

    The Barbara Giordano Foundation

    http://giordanofoundation.org/

    Passageways Ltd

    https://passagewaysltd.org/

    Grunt Style Foundation

    https://www.gruntstyle.com/pages/grunt-style-foundation

    Burn Pits 360

    https://burnpits360.org/

    • 1 hr 23 min
    The Dangers Of Excessive Drinking In The Military - Esaia's Story

    The Dangers Of Excessive Drinking In The Military - Esaia's Story

    Marine veteran Esaia and I talk about the "drinking culture" that can be part of being in the military. We discuss how many who serve are young and not educated in the dangers of drinking or how to manage alcohol intake in a responsible way. Esaia shares the story of what happened when her drinking got her into trouble early in her career. We discuss what led her to spiral out of control and how rehab saved her. Esaia shares the repercussions of going to rehab on her reputation and what she did to survive it. Warning*** this episode touches on sensitive subject matter. Please keep an open mind. Both of us share stories we've never shared before, and through this process Esaia was able to have a change in perspective about what she experienced and release some negative emotions. This episode is so special! Thank you to the sponsor of this episode Grunt Style! Go to www.gruntstyle.com and support a veteran owned business! Use code "Baker" to get 10% off your first order. Don't forget to follow me on Instagram: @thefemaleveteranspodcast and Twitter @femvetpodcast. To donate look for the podcast on Venmo! Thank you to everyone donating! Please share this podcast with women! And stay tuned for new episodes!

    Follow Esaia's Journey

    On Instagram

    https://www.instagram.com/soijana/?hl=en

    Find Services or Support Veterans Here: (Organizations I love)

    Hope 4 Vets

    https://hope4veterans.org/

    The Barbara Giordano Foundation

    http://giordanofoundation.org/

    Passageways Ltd

    https://passagewaysltd.org/

    Grunt Style Foundation

    https://www.gruntstyle.com/pages/grunt-style-foundation

    Burn Pits 360

    https://burnpits360.org/

    • 1 hr 41 min

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