6 episodes

Podcast by Elizabeth Burgoon

Pretty Girls Talking Dirty Elizabeth Burgoon

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

Podcast by Elizabeth Burgoon

    005. People Pleasing Is A Form Of Control

    005. People Pleasing Is A Form Of Control

    Are you a people pleaser? Trust me when I say, I know you are probably either shaking your head or furrowing your brow right about now. But hear me out: people pleasing is a form of control. In this episode, I delve deeply into this idea and explore how damaging it can be to the self.

    • 16 min
    004. The Codependent Meets The Anxious Avoidant

    004. The Codependent Meets The Anxious Avoidant

    Diving deep while I discuss my relationship with men and how that ties into my childhood.

    • 16 min
    003. People Don't Want To See The Ugly

    003. People Don't Want To See The Ugly

    PGTD Host Elizabeth talks about the ins and outs of living as someone who has stared trauma in the face and refused to back down; what it's like to interact with people who disagree with your lens on vulnerability and honesty.

    • 20 min
    002. You Are Definitely Going to Die of Cancer

    002. You Are Definitely Going to Die of Cancer

    Kristen VanNest tells us about the time she found out she had HPV while living in China. Is the Corona Virus going to kill us all? Are we un-American for wanting freedom?

    • 17 min
    001. Trailer: The Dysfunctional White Family

    001. Trailer: The Dysfunctional White Family

    Peek inside my family dynamic in the first ever episode of PGTD. Join Elizabeth on a brief journey inside the family that looked put together, until they didn't.

    • 12 min
    Pretty Girls Talking Dirty - Intro

    Pretty Girls Talking Dirty - Intro

    Pretty Girls Talking Dirty - Intro by Elizabeth Burgoon

    • 45 sec

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

TeachersPett ,

Highly Recommended

If you’ve suffered any type of trauma, this podcast will speak to you. Elizabeth is open, self-reflective, and encouraging. Trauma of any type elicits the same types of bodily reactions and feelings. This podcast reaches people from all walks of life. Hope to hear more episodes soon. Very therapeutic. ♥️

Annaleesaw ,

Must listen!

Elizabeth tackles such complex and vulnerable topics with grace and precision. Such relatable and important content that so many of us grapple with on our healing journeys. 100% recommend you take a listen.

ritmokiki ,

Keeping it real

Elizabeth is so real and open and it’s a breath of fresh air. Her brutal honesty and reflection on life is amazing. It’s never easy opening up to people but Liz does it in a way that we can all relate.