Life in HD is a personal development podcast. It features stories and interviews that will inspire you to make positive change in your life. Exploring ways to improve awareness, personal identity, and realize your potential.
Wilmington's Lie - Discussion with Author David Zucchino
Pulizter Prize winning author, David Zucchino, discusses his book Wilmington's Lie: The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy. It's the true account of the overthrow of the elected government of a Black-majority Wilmington, NC after Reconstruction and the city's failed attempts to heal and reconcile.
Masculinity is learned and reinforced behavior and traits. What does it mean to be "man enough" in contemporary society? How does popular culture reinforce what it means to be a man? Is our idea of masculinity still relevant in a changing world?
Actor Justin Baldoni decided that living up to our society's idea of masculinity prevented him from reaching his full potential as a human being. He joined me on this episode of Life in HD to talk about his book, MAN ENOUGH: UNDEFINING MY MASCULINITY.
He wrote this book for readers who may find themselves in some of his stories, for men who are hurting and need to be reassured that they are not alone, that there is help, connection, and joy.
DNA Story #5 - Cayla
This is an incredible story of one woman's quest to find the truth about the identity of her biological father. It is journey that is full of hurt, regret, reconciliation, and forgiveness.
DNA Story #4 - Rachel
The 4th story in the DNA series deals with belonging. A young woman overcomes the adoption barrier blocking her path to deeper understanding of her complete cultural background and discovers a cultural identity that makes her feel whole. Enjoy Rachel's DNA story.
Charles had an interest in learning more about his Irish heritage. What he discovered was a first cousin he didn't know he had and a family history that added new context for his existing relationship.
DNA Stories 2
The DNA stories continue with Kalia's Journey. What started out as a test to assist with research on Crohn's disease turned into a spiritual journey to connect with her ancestors and a trip across the Atlantic ocean to visit the birth land of her forefathers and mothers.