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Flushing It Out with Samantha Spittle, the Introvert's Extrovert. The podcast where she talks to people so you don't have to...for now.

Flushing It Out Samantha Spittle

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    • 5.0, 23 Ratings

Flushing It Out with Samantha Spittle, the Introvert's Extrovert. The podcast where she talks to people so you don't have to...for now.

    Episode 52 - Rebecca and Jon Burtram: Boundaries

    Episode 52 - Rebecca and Jon Burtram: Boundaries

    This week, on Episode 52, one full year into podcasting, Samantha continues to Flush It Out with Rebecca Burtram. This time, her husband, Jon Burtram, joins in the conversation on boundaries. What are healthy boundaries? What are porous boundaries? What are rigid boundaries? We talk about all of these and more in this week's episode! Join us as we Flush It Out!

    • 52 min
    Episode 51 - Rebecca Burtram: Uncomfortable Conversations

    Episode 51 - Rebecca Burtram: Uncomfortable Conversations

    This week, Samantha sits down with Rebecca Burtram to have a comfortable conversation about uncomfortable conversations. Do you ever "just know" that you need to talk to somebody about something difficult but you just can't bring yourself to do it? Listen in for some amazing tips on how to do it and why it is so important.

    • 48 min
    Episode 50 - Jeremy Spittle: Personal Reflections on Therapy

    Episode 50 - Jeremy Spittle: Personal Reflections on Therapy

    This week, Samantha sits down in-studio to talk with none other than her husband and podcast editor and producer, Jeremy Spittle. Samantha and Jeremy discuss therapy and what it has been like for him. They get into what is involved with therapy, how therapy has affected Jeremy's relationship with his wife, kids, and others, and who therapy would be good for (spoiler alert... the answer is "everybody"). Part of their conversation also touches on how therapy has changed his views on the world, and more specifically the racial tensions being experienced in the world today. So, sit back and listen in on Samantha's conversation with Jeremy as they "Flush It Out!"

    • 44 min
    Episode 49 - Christina Ammerman: Recognizing Fear

    Episode 49 - Christina Ammerman: Recognizing Fear

    This week's episode features past guest, Christina Ammerman. Samantha and Christina did a Facebook Live in April 2020 to talk about fear and core wounds during the COVID-19 quarantine, and this episode is the audio from that video. The conversation then still holds true even now after we have been in some form of quarantine for months. If you've never had an opportunity to hear about "core wounds" or "core fears" this conversation should be eye-opening. Enjoy!

    • 39 min
    Episode 48 - A Different Truth

    Episode 48 - A Different Truth

    This week's episode is actually an episode from another podcast called "A Different Truth." Samantha was a guest on this episode a couple of weeks ago and the episode originally aired May 24, 2020, which was one day before the death of George Floyd. The topic of conversation then holds as true today as it did then.

    Please visit their website at ADifferentTruthPodcast.com for more episodes and conversations on this topic. If you are interested in joining the conversation, you can find opportunities for this at bethebridge.com

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Episode 47 - Tina Unrue: Self(ish) Mama

    Episode 47 - Tina Unrue: Self(ish) Mama

    This week, Samantha is joined by Tina Unrue, creator of the coaching business "Selfish Mama." Tina shares her journey on how she became a coach and its beginnings in her becoming a mother. She talks about the "stepladder" approach of having awareness, changing your mindset, and then trying on new thoughts. This stepladder approach is something we can all certainly benefit from, so have a listen as Samantha flushes it out with Tina Unrue!

    https://www.selfishmama.com/

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

JacquelynR! ,

Great podcast

I love hearing the stories from people.

Flushingitoutfan ,

Excellent

Samantha has a great way with people. This podcast is great. I laughed, I cried it was better than Cats.

Megesz ,

Great topics and fun!

Fun, informative, gives you a sense of community and laughter at the same time.
Different topics and perspectives, but always positive with a twist of humor.
Highly recommend!

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