Take control of your life by understanding that your narrative maybe holding you back. Don't sit in the backseat, jump into the front and take control. Do you feel like you have a purpose? Are you happy in your life right now? Maybe its time to pause and think about where you are going. This podcast is about those "AHA" moments where we realize it is time to make a change.
Leaving Without My Children, Janelle Metchewais
Janelle talks about leaving domestic abuse. Janelle has had a difficult life. This podcast gives you a window into Janelle's life. We begin to understand why she stays, and why eventually she leaves alone, without her children.
If you’re afraid of your partner, that’s a big red flag. You may be scared to say what you think, to bring up certain topics, or to say no to sex. No matter the reason, fear has no place in a healthy relationship.
If you feel like you’re being abused, there’s a good chance you may be, and it’s worth getting help. Keep that in mind as you think about these signs:
Your partner bullies, threatens, or controls you:
Accuses you of having an affairBlames you for abuseCriticizes youTells you what to wear and how you should lookThreatens to kill you or someone close to youThrows things or punches walls when angryYells at you and makes you feel small
To find help:
To view a national list of transition houses, and to find a shelter in your area, please visit https://www.sheltersafe.ca/
The National Residential School Crisis Line: 1 866 925 4419
National Aboriginal Circle Against Family Violence
to get a hold of Janelle:
Her Podcast: Life Happens One Step At A Time:
Just Love with Daniel Bruce Levin
In a world that is so divisive it a breath of fresh air to speak to Daniel Levin.
His message is just to love.
We explore the idea of getting in touch with ourselves by finding what we want at our core. Daniel asks a simple question, How do you want to see yourself at the end of your life? Where are you? Who are you with? What are you doing?
He then asks: What is the one next thing you can do to get there?
Honestly, so simple, and such important questions.
Daniel Bruce Levin is author of the book The Mosaic, he is a poet, businessman, mystic and former monk.
Daniel says "We all want the same things: to be love and accepted; listened to and heard, acknowledged and validated."
Daniel would love anyone who wants to chat to reach out to him.
Please check out: danielbrucelevin.com
If you want to get ahold of Monica, reach out by email @ email@example.com
Changing the world through Conversation with Jonathan Rivera
We all want the same things: to be seen, to be heard and to be loved.
In the world that has become so divisive Jonathan Rivera cuts through all the noise one conversation at time.
Jonathan has been all around the world, everywhere he goes, he looks for people to talk to who think, and often look, different then he does.
Jonathon believes that if we truly listen to people, not to change their mind, but just to listen and see them as people that the barriers can be pulled down.
Jonathan offers some great insight into the human experience.
You can get a hold of Jonathon on:
Instagram: Jonathan Rivera
or email him at Jonathan.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Unlucky Sperm Club, with Nelson Tressler
Nelson Tressler was born into unlucky circumstances, he lived in a small town, that didn't hold much hope that he would amount to much.
When your start to life includes being born into a family where your grandfather is charged with murder of the town's police officer, your mom is 15 year old mother, you are poor and are being abused by your step father the only choice you have is to either live in survival mode or circum to your circumstance.
Nelson knew even at an early age, that this was not going to be his life forever, he used those hardships to fuel his life purpose and turn despair into a life complete with a loving family and a multimillion-dollar business empire.
Losing Myself to Grief, Susan Schruefer Ways
Susan Schruefer Ways talks about her journey of learning to love herself first.
Susan was there for her everyone and was someone who tried to be all things to all people.
Things changed for her when her husband was diagnosed with cancer.
Susan's boss demanded she come back to work the day after her husband died. She was expected to come back unscathed, to be the same Susan.
When it was discovered that she was less engaged, she was berated and scorned. With every micro aggression, Susan could feel that her world was about to blow up.
It all became to much and she quit not knowing what laid ahead.
She is now a stronger, person with boundaries.
Susan has her own podcast where she helps others who are going through their grief.
Please check it out her podcast Tendrils of Grief
Dear Luna Wilde, Leena Lemos
Leena Lemos talks to me about yearning for a spiritual connection. She felt this most profoundly when she was pregnant and after the birth of her baby girl.
She kept wondering why women were continually skirting the real issues of how we are feeling and what motherhood is doing to us on a soul level.
On her quest for a more profound relationship with herself and others she started writing letters to her unborn child, here we see who she is and how she struggles as we all do with identity and love and her own spirituality.
We discuss how important it is to live authentically and what it means to live a life as a spiritual person.
Instagram: www.instagram.com/leenalemos www.instagram.com/enlightenedhood
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Your voice is so easy to listen to! Loving this show so far
Monica is as warm and authentic as it comes. There are topics for everyone to enjoy. Her voice makes for such easy listening and her ability to interview from such an open space makes each guest shine a little brighter.
Her energy is infectious
You just found your next favorite podcast. Monika’s energy is infectious. Her laugh her voice her everything. She is authentic and honest and raw and real.