33 episodes

Welcome to In Kind, where guests let go of an emotional burden that's been blocking their personal growth. What are you holding inside? Experience profound healing, closure, movement and motivation after releasing your story. I'm a social scientist who's spent my life interviewing thousands of people - In Kind is the most important work I've done yet. My mission is to help 1,000,000 humans heal and grow by holding space to listen empathically. If you're ready for release, it's easy to be a guest on In Kind! Schedule a call to learn more! https://calendly.com/inkindpodcast/20-min

In Kind Julie Krohner

    • Leisure
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

Welcome to In Kind, where guests let go of an emotional burden that's been blocking their personal growth. What are you holding inside? Experience profound healing, closure, movement and motivation after releasing your story. I'm a social scientist who's spent my life interviewing thousands of people - In Kind is the most important work I've done yet. My mission is to help 1,000,000 humans heal and grow by holding space to listen empathically. If you're ready for release, it's easy to be a guest on In Kind! Schedule a call to learn more! https://calendly.com/inkindpodcast/20-min

    33. How To Release Family Hierlooms and Possessions - Guilt Free!

    33. How To Release Family Hierlooms and Possessions - Guilt Free!

    Have you ever tried to get rid of things that someone else gave you?  A piece of furniture. Or someone's favorite dishes or ring or artwork. These things carry emotional and energetic weight! This episode packages the most amazing, simple tactics on how to release these things from your life and not only lose the guilt, but gain energy and aliveness in the process! All brought to you eloquently and with a bit of cheek, by Cynthia - a downsizing pro who's learned to show herself and her things empathy while letting them go. Enjoy!

    SHOW NOTES:

    Margareta Magnussun: The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning 
    Marie Kando: The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up

    • 1 hr 6 min
    32. How to Take IMperfect Action, and Own It

    32. How to Take IMperfect Action, and Own It

    Perfectionism got you in its grips? My hand's up! And it's all of us to some extent - in fact this one's born from popular request.

    But what if we did the opposite? When we aim for imperfection, we get an immediate energy shift and a freedom like no other. This episode is a tactical one to help you approach situations, people and tasks differently. And it's another way to show yourself some empathy and compassion. Do it. Try it. And Enjoy!

    SHOW NOTES:
    Marie Forleo - Everything is Figureoutable [go straight to Chapter 6!]

    • 18 min
    31. Bringing Emotional Release for Men Into the Spotlight, with the Mankind Project

    31. Bringing Emotional Release for Men Into the Spotlight, with the Mankind Project

    Where are we in 2021 on definitions of masculinity? Is there any difference between how men and women 'do' emotional release? Today I'm talking with Boysen Hodgson from the Mankind Project, an international men's community. They train men to be vulnerable, self-empathic and self-reflective. They're normalizing the emotionally intelligent man. We cover everything from 80s movies to women's reactions to men who 'overshare.' This is for anyone who has a man in their life - brother, son, father, partner, friend. It's a conversation that's so overdue, and we're having it! Enjoy.

    SHOW NOTES:
    Mankind Project - check out their trainings & men's groups 
    Brene don't hate me if you're listening! We never circled back to the "Brene  Brown thing," which was a reference to her research about women complaining that the men in their lives crossed a threshold with emotional release, and it can permanently change the dynamic of their relationship. This comes from the On Being episode "The Courage to be Vulnerable." Which - zero exaggeration - I've listened to over 100 times. 

    • 1 hr 3 min
    30. From Suicidal to Self-Love: Reframing I'm Not Enough, with Evan

    30. From Suicidal to Self-Love: Reframing I'm Not Enough, with Evan

    What do you do when you believe you're not good enough in ANY aspect of your life? Evan is here to tell you that you're not alone. He shares tons of tactics and practices that have helped him move through suicidal ideation, financial crisis, acceptance of an invalidating father, the death of a stillborn child, addiction, depression and anxiety.  Though he still feels the uphill slog of succeeding in his obligations and desires, this is one refreshingly grounded human. Enjoy.

    SHOW NOTES:
    How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie (this is where to find the poem "Father Forgets")
    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 
    Find a CBT therapist
    Internal Family Systems (IFS) episode with Dr. Richard Schwartz

    • 1 hr 5 min
    29. Expert Hour, No Bad Parts! IFS founder Dr. Richard Schwartz Shows Us How to Empathically Lead Our Internal Family of Selves

    29. Expert Hour, No Bad Parts! IFS founder Dr. Richard Schwartz Shows Us How to Empathically Lead Our Internal Family of Selves

    In this episode you’ll learn that we all have an entire family interacting inside of us! They are called parts.  None of them are bad, and we can learn to become the leader and healer of our Self. Harvard Medical School Psychiatrist, founder of Internal Family Systems (IFS) psychotherapy, and author Dr. Richard Schwartz has decades of evidence to prove that human nature is inherently good. You’ll see how quickly you can access your parts, and develop empathy for them and the roles they play. You may even be able to release a part that’s stuck in a role they don’t want, like I did in the on-air mini-session. Mind blown. It was like 10 years of therapy in 10 minutes. Recommendation: Don’t skip around in this episode. Enjoy!
    SHOW NOTES:
    SoundsTrue - Course: Greater than the Sum of Our Parts
    IFS Institute - Pre-order No Bad Parts, find a therapist, join an online circle group
    Books:
    You Are the One You’ve Been Waiting for - IFS in relationships
    The Mosaic Mind 

    • 1 hr 12 min
    28. Three Thoughts: How to Get Better at Being a Beginner

    28. Three Thoughts: How to Get Better at Being a Beginner

    Being a beginner happens ALL the time, whether you're 5 or 95! Beginnings are things like speaking up at a meeting, asking someone on a date, learning how to use new technology, becoming a parent and grieving the loss of a parent. We experience things with a degree of newness any time we don't feel like an expert - which means most of the time! We may feel 100% confident speaking with our team colleagues, and the opposite asking a question in a painting class. Context matters. Learning to be a beginner while  showing empathy for yourself is a life skill extraordinaire.  Here are a few ways to do it.

    SHOW NOTES:

    Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, Susan Jeffers

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Burn the Box Studios ,

Thoughtful and relevant

Empathy is the thread here that binds us all, as we strive to become a more elevated citizens… This is a sincere look into the role empathy plays within our modern society with inputs from respected professionals, and the ‘real people’ that come forth to express their (once) hidden challenges that we all can relate to.

emilyjovf ,

Brave and Inspiring

This is a really vulnerable and brave podcast. We need more of these kinds of stories of vulnerability and overcoming and thereby releasing the things that hold us back. I’ve listened to one episode and I’m ready to dig in. Great work facilitating and giving voice to these beautiful stories!

Reflective Son ,

We need more of this in the world!

Such a unique, engrossing podcast! Every episode is like listening in on a confessional. But rather than feeling like you’re eavesdropping, it’s as if you’re sharing in the catharsis. Julie asks thoughtful and compassionate questions without judgment or an agenda, helping the guests feel comfortable, drawing out powerful, engaging stories. I lose myself in "In Kind” the way I do with podcasts by Krista Tippett, Brené Brown and Alan Alda.

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