Tune in for the Stand Up Speak Up Podcast, with more than fifty inspiring stories from people who have beaten the odds and persevered through trauma and discrimination. Why listen? Because in listening to others’ stories of healing, we are reminded of the potential we all have to find the light, even in the darkest of moments. No matter what we are up against, we are all survivors worthy of finding healing and happiness.
My Boobs Are Trying To Kill Me: Karla Stephens Tolstoy & Her Fight Against Cancer
Sit back and enjoy as Karla sips her chemo cocktail and chats with her nurse, Erin DeJong. Karla has told many people’s stories in podcast form. This story is her’s.
My Boobs are Trying to Kill Me: Exclusive Interview with childhood trauma survivor Sandra Doweck
Welcome to My Boobs Are Killing Me. A podcast brought to you by Stand Up Speak Up founder Karla Stephens-Tolstoy who shares with us the journey of her life with stage four cancer and the amazing individuals that inspire her along the way.
My Boobs Are Trying To Kill Me: If You’re Gonna Have Cancer Fog You Might As Well Be Blonde
Karla Stephens-Tolstoy, the founder of Stand Up Speak Up, continues to share her fight in battling Stage 4 cancer. She courageously shares Karla’s medical journey from all sides of the disease, her life, and her extensive support group of devoted family and friends.
An inspiring story of resilience, positivity and fighting the odds. This is Brea Griffiths Story
This is an inspiring story of resilience, positivity and fighting the odds. This is Brea’s Story.
Transforming our Brains into Kinder, Cozier Places to Live - The Sarah Peyton Story
In this episode, your host Karla Stephens-Tolstoy will take you along for her first resonance training & relational neuroscience session with Sarah Peyton, a neuroscience educator and author.
Starting the Conversation about Death with Grief Educator Doreen Thibert
Come along as your host Karla Stephens-Tolstoy sits down for the first time with Death Doula, Grief Educator and Celebrant Doreen Thibert, who founded One Thread Consulting and offers services for both those preparing for their own deaths as well as for the loved ones they leave behind.
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Great podcast breaking down social issues typically not discussed. The approach the hosts have to each topic is refreshingly relatable as you feel as though you're along for the ride as Karla delves in to various issues, and not simply sitting in on a lecture. If the show's goal is to present an unbiased disection of social issues lurking outside of our doors to raise our awareness and hopefully spark action, then it has succeeded tenfold. Truly required listening.
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