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Life is freaking hard. We are all doing hard things every single day – things like loving and losing; caring for children and parents; forging and ending friendships; battling addiction, illness, and loneliness; struggling in our jobs, our marriages, and our divorces; setting boundaries; and fighting for equality, purpose, freedom, joy, and peace.
On We Can Do Hard Things, Glennon Doyle, author of UNTAMED; her wife Abby Wambach; and her sister Amanda Doyle do the only thing they’ve found that has ever made life easier: Drop the fake and talk honestly about the hard things including sex, gender, parenting, blended families, bodies, anxiety, addiction, justice, boundaries, fun, quitting, overwhelm . . . all of it.
We laugh and cry and help each other carry the hard so we can all live a little bit lighter and braver, free-er, less alone.

We Can Do Hard Things Glennon Doyle and Audacy

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Life is freaking hard. We are all doing hard things every single day – things like loving and losing; caring for children and parents; forging and ending friendships; battling addiction, illness, and loneliness; struggling in our jobs, our marriages, and our divorces; setting boundaries; and fighting for equality, purpose, freedom, joy, and peace.
On We Can Do Hard Things, Glennon Doyle, author of UNTAMED; her wife Abby Wambach; and her sister Amanda Doyle do the only thing they’ve found that has ever made life easier: Drop the fake and talk honestly about the hard things including sex, gender, parenting, blended families, bodies, anxiety, addiction, justice, boundaries, fun, quitting, overwhelm . . . all of it.
We laugh and cry and help each other carry the hard so we can all live a little bit lighter and braver, free-er, less alone.

    Expert Advice on Genetic Testing, Cancer Prevention & Care Disparities with Dr. Rachel Brem

    Expert Advice on Genetic Testing, Cancer Prevention & Care Disparities with Dr. Rachel Brem

    321. Expert Advice on Genetic Testing, Cancer Prevention & Care Disparities with Dr. Rachel Brem

    Dr. Rachel Brem is back to discuss genetic testing for breast cancer risk, systemic issues within the medical establishment, guidance for those with dense breasts, and practical advice on MRI and mammograms. Plus, we’ll hear some of the heartfelt and inspiring messages you’ve left us since you learned of Amanda’s diagnosis. 

    Discover: 
    -The shocking statistic about who is most susceptible to breast cancer;
    -Why every doctor has a bias and what to do about it;
    -The truth about “overdiagnosis”; and 
    -How to get genetic testing and what to do with the information you receive.

    On Dr. Rachel Brem: Dr. Rachel Brem is the author of No Longer Radical: Understanding Mastectomies and Choosing the Breast Cancer Care That's Right For You.

    Dr. Brem is an internationally known breast cancer expert who has been instrumental in developing and implementing new technologies to improve breast cancer detection. She is Professor and Director of Breast Imaging and Intervention at George Washington University, Vice Chairman of the Department of Radiology, and Chief Medical Advisor and Cofounder of the Brem Foundation. She is a Fellow of the American College of Radiology and the Society of Breast Imaging.

    Find our first episode with Dr. Brem here: 320. Early Detection, Mammograms & Breast Cancer Care with Dr. Rachel Brem

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    Early Detection, Mammograms & Breast Cancer Care with Dr. Rachel Brem

    Early Detection, Mammograms & Breast Cancer Care with Dr. Rachel Brem

    320. Early Detection, Mammograms & Breast Cancer Care with Dr. Rachel Brem

    Amanda shares an update on her recovery from breast cancer. Then, renowned breast cancer expert, Dr. Rachel Brem, joins the conversation to discuss the critical importance of early detection, breast density's impact on mammography, and when we need additional screenings. 

    Discover: 
    -The differing guidance on screenings and the truth about how often you should actually get screened for cancer;
    -Advice on what to say to your doctors to make sure that you get the screening you need and so that they can be covered under insurance; and
    -How to learn how dense your breasts are and what to do with that information. 

    On Dr. Rachel Brem: Dr. Rachel Brem is the author of No Longer Radical: Understanding Mastectomies and Choosing the Breast Cancer Care That's Right For You.

    Dr. Brem is an internationally known breast cancer expert who has been instrumental in developing and implementing new technologies to improve breast cancer detection. She is Professor and Director of Breast Imaging and Intervention at George Washington University, Vice Chairman of the Department of Radiology, and Chief Medical Advisor and Cofounder of the Brem Foundation. She is a Fellow of the American College of Radiology and the Society of Breast Imaging.

    Find more resources at The Brem Foundation Website: https://www.bremfoundation.org/ 

    Check out Dr. Brem’s Book, No Longer Radical: https://www.nolongerradical.com/

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    Breaking Generational Cycles: Embodiment & Healing Trauma with Prentis Hemphill

    Breaking Generational Cycles: Embodiment & Healing Trauma with Prentis Hemphill

    319. Breaking Generational Cycles: Embodiment & Healing Trauma with Prentis Hemphill

    Glennon and Abby welcome Prentis Hemphill, a writer, embodiment facilitator, political organizer, and therapist. They discuss individual and collective healing through embodiment. The conversation spans the concepts of embodiment, cycle breaking within families and generational healing and how to get back into a healthier relationship with yourself and others. 

    Discover: 
    -The important practice of crying dates to help rediscover yourself & your instincts;
    -How to learn the difference between your trauma and your personality; and
    -What it means to be a cycle breaker & how to own your part in generational healing.

    About Prentis: Prentis Hemphill is a writer, embodiment facilitator, political organizer, and therapist. They are the founder and director of the Embodiment Institute and the Black Embodiment Initiative, and the host of the acclaimed podcast Finding Our Way. Their work and writing have appeared in The New York Times, HuffPost, You Are Your Best Thing (edited by Tarana Burke and Brené Brown), and Holding Change (by adrienne maree brown). And their new book is called, What it takes to heal.

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    Abby On Healing From Religious Trauma

    Abby On Healing From Religious Trauma

    In honor of Pride month, Glennon shares an encore conversation that she and Amanda had with Abby about how she healed from religious trauma and found spirituality again.

    Originally titled, QUEER FREEDOM: How can we be both held and free? Abby, Amanda and Glennon discussed: 

    -How Abby learned from church as a child to hate herself—and the healing moment she realized that God and religion are not the same.
    -The miraculous letter Glennon received from a reader the day after she came out.
    -Glennon’s response to the statement “I disagree with your lifestyle, but I love you anyway.”
    -When it’s time to either raise hell inside of—or leave—the institutions that require us to deny who we are or what we know.

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    Tegan and Sara Ask: Did We Do Enough?

    Tegan and Sara Ask: Did We Do Enough?

    318. Tegan and Sara Ask: Did We Do Enough? 

    Tegan and Sara join us for a heartfelt conversation about sisterhood, career, legacy, and the loneliness of being “The First”. 

    Discover: 
    -Why Tegan and Sara are asking themselves, “Did we do enough?”;
    -Their backstage disputes and what it taught them about resolving family disagreement; 
    -The pain and beauty of paving the way, and how Abby relates; and
    -The one question you need to ask yourself to know whether your life is actually working for you.

    About Tegan & Sara
    Throughout their career of over 20 years, Tegan and Sara have built a multi-faceted media empire that extends into TV, books, newsletters, and public service, always deeply rooted in music. 

    With multiple JUNO Award wins and numerous GRAMMY, GLAAD, and Polaris Prize Award nominations, Tegan and Sara’s crowning achievement is the Tegan and Sara Foundation.
    Tegan and Sara are the authors of the New York Times best-selling memoir High School. Their second book, Tegan & Sara: Crush, will be released on October 1, 2024.

    IG: @teganandsara
    X: @teganandsara 

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    What Amanda’s Learned About Life, Love & Community (Post Surgery Pt 2)

    What Amanda’s Learned About Life, Love & Community (Post Surgery Pt 2)

    317. What Amanda’s Learned About Life, Love & Community (Post Surgery Pt 2) 

    Amanda details surgery day, her healing process, and the role her community has played in getting her through it all. 

    Discover: 
    -The choice Amanda made about who came back with her for surgery;
    -Amanda’s scariest and lowest moments so far, as well as the most beautiful ones; and
    -Abby’s advice about how to approach surgeries and your relationship with your doctors; 
    To hear the first two episodes about Amanda’s diagnosis, as well as the one before this, listen at the links below: 

    -Episode 309 Amanda’s Diagnosis and What’s Next (Pt. 1) 

    -Episode 310: Amanda’s Diagnosis and What’s Next (Pt. 2) 

    -Episode 316: Amanda Returns Post Surgery: Here’s What She Wants You To Know

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318 Bewertungen

myphone2222 ,

Wonderful & really helpful Podcast…

…with lovely & wise women and an impressive range of topics and guests. Thank you very much!

User3412 ,

Amazing

Thank you for the really great content, the inspiration you share and the lightness you spread walking hard topics. I am a huge fan of yours and am so privileged to be able to listen to such a podcast. Thank you!

jc....? ,

Truly incredible

This podcast is insanely good. The ingenuity of these podcasters is beyond comparison. It blows my mind that it is even possible to create this much content of this insane quality. I can not begin to understand how you achieve this.
I hope u read this and get some satisfaction out of my disbelief.

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