Join co-hosts Jessica, Maggie and Gillian as they tackle everyday topics of anything and everything womanly in round-table style discussions. Prepare for powerful, yet casual, conversations related to feminism, mental health, navigating life online and the like, always delivered with a pinch of humor to lighten every intimate chat. This podcast is best paired with your favourite glass of wine, mug of coffee, or proper cup of tea. This is a Fearless She Wrote production.
EP 22: Balancing Mental Health & Careers
We’re tackling the two things that many find themselves trying to juggle every day -- successful careers and healthy mental health practices.
We dig into what mental illness difficulties can mean for us when trying to ambitiously grow our careers, positive steps to include in everyday practice, and some tips and tricks to remember on this lifelong journey of discovery.
Join us for more laughs as we cut ourselves some professional slack, and Gillian & Jessica applaud Maggie for eating birthday cake for breakfast. #PostiveMentalHealthHacks
EP 21: Chris Watts “American Murder: The Family Next Door” Netflix Original Documentary
Join our hosts for this week's episode centred around Netflix’s original true crime documentary, “American Murder: The Family Next Door”. This much-talked-about documentary details the disappearance and murder of Shanann Watts and her two daughters, Bella and Celeste.
We break down the case, dive into the really unique and fantastic storytelling through social media posts and police cams, etc., and we detail the facts and important details that Netflix didn’t tell you about this case that you NEED to know. Enjoy!
EP 20: Best Life Advice from our Therapists
We're back again with another Patreon Preview episode! This week, we're digging into the best advice we've ever been given by our therapists. The three of us are HUGE advocates for therapy in any recovery or mental health journey, and we're passing along the insights from professionals that have changed our lives for the better.
From confronting our own toxic people-pleasing, to building a trauma-tool-kit in times of crisis, and every foundational mental health practice in between, we dive into a transparent and helpful conversation about some advice and tools (from professionals!) that you yourself might be able to implement for a better quality of life. Enjoy!
EP 19: Celebrating Singlehood (Interview with author Acamea Deadwiler)
For the first episode of this New Year, Gillian interviews Acamea Deadwiler, author of the critically-aclaimed book, "Single That: Dispelling The Top 10 Myths Of The Single Woman" and writer for the Fearless She Wrote publication. 2020 has been a year for the books, and the COVID pandemic really did a number on our dating lives, extinguishing many opportunities to build intimate relationships. In this episode, Gillian & Acamea discuss the obstacles and judgement single women regularly encounter, the importance of valuing one's singlehood and autonomy, and the ways to set your dating life up for success in 2021. /// To support this podcast on Patreon, visit: patreon.com/fearlesscommunity
EP 18: Does Everything Happen for a Reason? (REPLAY)
Hello Fearless family! Holidays are made for rest and spending quality time with family, but this year is looking a little different. Many of us will not be able to see our families this holiday season, and this year of hardship is leaving us with many questions. This week, our Fearless hosts are taking a break from recording, and so we're republishing one of our favourite episodes of all time. This episode touches on some messages we all really need to hear and think about as we wrap up 2020, a year of struggle, confusion and societal conflict. Thank you for an incredible year of healing and growth together, and we will see you all in the New Year!
EP 17: Facing the Sexual Assault Global Crisis as Business Women (Interview with Leda Health)
Happy Holidays from Fearless to you all -- this is our gift to you! For this bonus EXTRA special episode, Jessica is interviewing CEO Madison Campbell and CTO Liesel Vaidya of Leda Health, an organization committed to offering accessible support services to all survivors of sexual assault, as well as the innovation of their empowering “at-home rape kits”. Join these inspiring ladies as they talk social justice, what the recent presidential election means for sexual survivors moving forward, the biggest problems with how the health and justice system provides care for rape survivors and what it’s like being a female co-founding group of women for a for-profit company (spoiler alert: there’s a lot of sexism and misogyny involved!). You won't regret listening!
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I love fearless she wrote publication on Medium so I decided to check out the podcast. I wasn’t disappointed! It’s refreshing to hear feminist topics in a time where feminism is not a priority for many. The hosts are entertaining and insightful. I look forward to future episodes!
FILFs - Feminists i’d Like to Friend
I stumbled across this podcast after reading a thought provoking post written by one of the hosts in Medium. The world needs more smart, savvy and outspoken women like these who are as awesome to listen to as they are to read. Keep these episodes coming, you've got a fan in me.
Fearless and Powerful
Fearless, relatable, honest, wonderful. Just like Fearless She Wrote!
Great podcast, real topics discussed by what sounds like 3 friends drinking wine and being real.