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A journalist and communication professional having worked in Washington, DC from presidential campaigns to federal government public awareness campaigns now finds joy interviewing people who feel invisible or live in poverty. She asks how they are able to still bring joy, knowledge, and hope to those around them. Hear from those who work and live in the shadows. This podcast is in English but she also has another podcast called "Human Caos español" (https://anchor.fm/maria89032) which is all in Spanish.

Human Caos Adriana

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

A journalist and communication professional having worked in Washington, DC from presidential campaigns to federal government public awareness campaigns now finds joy interviewing people who feel invisible or live in poverty. She asks how they are able to still bring joy, knowledge, and hope to those around them. Hear from those who work and live in the shadows. This podcast is in English but she also has another podcast called "Human Caos español" (https://anchor.fm/maria89032) which is all in Spanish.

    Human Caos (Trailer)

    Human Caos (Trailer)

    • 59 sec
    How has mental health affected low-income brown and black communities during COVID-19

    How has mental health affected low-income brown and black communities during COVID-19

    I interviewed Cheryl Aguilar, founding director and lead therapist at Hope Center for Wellness, a Washington, DC based multicultural behavioral health practice focused on holistic healing. Cheryl provides us with her professional perspective on how to maneuver the system when dealing with a mental health crisis, especially when you don’t have the money or resources. She also provides us with some great tips on how to slowly get back to our normal lives after a year of being cooped up. For more information on Cheryl’s work visit her site. https://hopecenterforwellness.com/

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    • 30 min
    Season two is here: A new look and feel for 2021–trailer

    Season two is here: A new look and feel for 2021–trailer

    Today we don’t have any special guest it’s just me talking about season two and what you could expect. After a two month hiatus I had time to think about what I wanted to focus on and it was to report from the heart about a subject that I have observed and lived which is the experience of feeling invisible and living in poverty which I did in my early childhood.

    • 3 min
    How to write nonfiction analytical books and make a living off of it!

    How to write nonfiction analytical books and make a living off of it!

    Side note: Due to audio please put this interview to the max volume. An interview with author Marc Roche, a business writing coach and an Academic English exam prep specialist for ten years. He has written over ten books such as ones to prepare you for the IELTS or the TOEFL exams and others about improving your business writing. He has recently released a new book called, “Email Writing Advanced.” This interview is about the drive to make a living off writing. For more information visit Amazon.com and search for Marc Roche.

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    • 23 min
    Listen to my take and the reactions of others about the US elections

    Listen to my take and the reactions of others about the US elections

    This was one of the most important elections in US history to get rid of a reality star that had caused great damage to the US. Some are happy Biden won and others are just sick of the US political system. I interviewed Sanja Abdul(from Chicago), Oliver Kendall(US citizen living in Barcelona) and Craig Chavis(living in Ohio) to get their take on the elections.

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    • 9 min
    A woman’s struggle with the eating disorder “Bulimia” and how she was able to recover from it

    A woman’s struggle with the eating disorder “Bulimia” and how she was able to recover from it

    An interview with Laura Ceppelli, an International Pilates and Kundalini Yoga teacher, and studio owner in central Barcelona. She discusses her journey in trying to recover from being bulimic. It’s a heartfelt story on how hard this disease gets you. If you or know someone that has an eating disorder please reach out to Laura: www.lauraceppelli.com
    info@lauraceppelli.com https://www.facebook.com/lauraceppelliyogaandpilates/ https://www.instagram.com/lauraceppelli/ and https://www.linkedin.com/in/laura-ceppelli-468b8094/

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    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

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3 Ratings

Adrianag7 ,

Very engaging and informative interviews

I like the range of topics you cover from how to make beef stew to covering the world of politics. I like how you give everyday people a voice.

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