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Two sisters, one single in Hollywood, one settled in the suburbs. Join us on this adventure through a conversation of human behavior! MouseAndWeens@gmail.com

Mouse and Weens Julianne and Joelle

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Two sisters, one single in Hollywood, one settled in the suburbs. Join us on this adventure through a conversation of human behavior! MouseAndWeens@gmail.com

    Sex Surrogate Partner Therapy with Paul Shaw

    Sex Surrogate Partner Therapy with Paul Shaw

    E69 – Julianne meets Paul Shaw and discusses his fascinating life as an intimacy coach and surrogate partner for those needing to work through overcoming sexual barriers. He is a former born again Christian, but now gives people physical sessions for their intimate issues, their empowerment, and their self-love. Hear stories about clients with disabilities that he has worked with, and what he has to say about human sexuality, psychology, relationships, and healing. This is a powerful episode in which we learn about sex and anatomy, with one of Paul’s goals being to teach men, women, and couples how to communicate and have better more meaningful sex.

    At A Glance:

    1:00 – Introduction

    4:30 – Definition of sex surrogate partner

    7:00 – His background

    14:00 – Clientele

    22:00 – In your head, into your body (pro tip #1)

    25:30 – Insecurities, being in the moment (pro tip #2)

    28:00 – Religion & purpose

    29:30 – Exploring (pro tip #3)

    30:00 – Vulva v. vagina (pro tip #4)

    30:15 – Tantric sex

    32:00 – G-spot, labia

    33:15 – Labiaplasty, porn

    35:30 – Orgasm, patriarchy

    36:45 – Classes for men

    38:15 – Intimacy coaching, trauma

    41:00 – Touch and somatic therapy

    43:30 – Settling down, girlfriend

    44:30 – Conclusion

    Song credit: “Love Is A Mess” by Julianne Eggold

    Paul Shaw: www.surrogatepartner.care

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    • 47 min
    Family of Fine-Tuned Females

    Family of Fine-Tuned Females

    E68 – Today is a little indulgent as we talk about singing talent within our family. What can I say? A proud mom, an auntie, and a grandma are all involved! You’ll hear Charlotte’s sweet little voice singing James Taylor, and a conversation with our mom, Joyce Carter, on how she came to be a music major with a full scholarship to the University of Arizona. Find out our connections with Linda Ronstadt and Bing Crosby, and hear our grandparents’ WWII love story! We finish by discussing parenting with takeaways for me to connect my kids to nature and to spend more quality time with them nurturing their talents and gifts.

    At A Glance:

    0:00-4:30 Los Angeles vs San Diego, back to work at The Rookie

    4:30-6:02 Lexicon of sixties, fashion of twenties

    7:05-10:01 Snowbirds, horses, theater camp, tucking kids in at night

    10:01-11:57 Charlotte singing, Weens wants to momageer

    11:57-13:14 Kids personalities, nature vs nurture, shyness

    13:14-15:39 Interview with Mom:  musical family in the 1950s

    15:39-19:00 Childhood in Texas, church choir, in family quartet

    19:00-23:05 Tucson Arizona All State Choir, University of Arizona scholarship life

    23:05-26:36 The Linda Ronstadt story. Did mom miss fame by staying in school and having babies?

    26:36-29:02 How to get a shy child comfortable singing

    29:02-33:11 Grandma’s and Grandpa’s WWII love story

    33:11-37:36 The Bing Crosby story

    37:36-43:11 Parenting in digital age, back to nature, quality time, nurture talent

    43:11-45:17 Conclusion and Charlotte singing James Taylor

    Podcast Promo: Boobies & Noobies

    Song credit: “Fire and Rain” cover by Charlotte Kohn

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    • 45 min
    Well Good Morning!

    Well Good Morning!

    E67 – Hop on the 2020 sister train and follow our thoughts as we talk through Mouse’s suburban optimism and Weens’ city pessimism, while discussing traffic, Mr. Rogers, true crime, and the homeless. Our eyes were opened by Julianne’s interview with a Los Angeles Police Department officer, who had a lot of information and thoughtful perspectives on the homeless problem in LA and the day to day issues that the LAPD deals with. Then we have some parenting discussions about Mouse’s boys about male role models, teasing and gender jokes, internet safety, and sexual health. Fun fact: did you know Joelle was a sex educator in college and was on the news talking about HPV? Now, don’t be fooled by the heavy topics. This episode is laden with ridiculousness and funny stories. Look out for brisk red sweaters, bearded ice skaters, drunk tarot card readers, caped rollerskaters in g-strings, condom banana totems, and a guy named Rare. Come hang out with us and be part of the fam! Visit Patreon for bonus funny outtakes from this episode!

    At A Glance:

    0:00-1:49 Donate to homeless a/o trafficked youth CovenantHouseCalifornia.org

    1:49-5:48 Catching up, LA, freeway, red sweaters

    5:48-9:33 True crime, optimism, Dirty John

    9:36-15:43 Skating stories

    15:43-21:13 Fascinating people on the street

    21:13-26:51 Trying to help homeless

    27:12-38:33 Interview with LAPD about homeless

    38:33-41:33 Weekend recap, Marc Maron, Black Crystal Wolf Kids

    41:33-44:24 Raising boys, role models, internet safety

    44:24-48:00 Sex education

    Thanks to our podcast pals: Best Forevers, Fataliteas, Cult of Domesticity, Not A Safe Space, Quick and Dirty Romance, Her American Story, Couples Talking Couples, Feminists Without Mystique

    Song credit: “Beautiful Girl” by Julianne Eggold available on www.julianneeggold.com/art-of-freelance

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    • 50 min
    New Years Resolutions

    New Years Resolutions

    E66 – Most people want to start the upcoming year fresh with a clean slate, a healthier mindset, and with new goals to reach. But more often than not, people’s new year’s resolutions fail. Why and what are we doing wrong? What can we do differently to finally hit our goals this year? We are no experts, so we decided to do some research after setting up our traveling recording studio in Idaho. Patent lawyer David, also Mouse’s husband, came in to talk to us about his thoughts on New Year’s resolutions and we ended up connecting the dots between his goal-setting nature and how he built his successful intellectual property law firm ten years ago.  Then we snagged a drive-by interview with our brother Chad, a program manager at Microsoft, to hear how business theories can be applied in the new year. And our mom even joins the chat! We agree on most points, but argue over a couple of them as we read off a thorough list on how to set and keep a New Year’s Resolution. Hear about our own goals and what we think will work for us. Let us know what yours are too!

    Song credit: “Chocolate Eyes” (acoustic) Written by Julianne Eggold, performed by Dan Mahony

    Sponsor: Tickettyboo Hot Chocolate

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    • 45 min
    Ski-Doos and Ski-Don’ts

    Ski-Doos and Ski-Don’ts

    E65 – It’s Christmas Eve and it’s our two-year anniversary, so we go back to where it all began in our mom’s basement in Idaho! She even pops in for a bit – a throwback to episode 1 – and we recount childhood holiday stories, getting nostalgic about the elf on the shelf and dad dressed as santa. So much fun but so many lies! We catch up and compare our LA and San Diego parties. And we tell our latest crazy family story about going snowmobiling in West Yellowstone, where we crashed and got stuck in the snow for hours. Did we survive? Or did we freeze to death, only to thaw out and be discovered in the Springtime like so many other victims? You’ll have to listen to find out!

    Mentioned in this episode:



    * Jim Eggold at https://jimeggold.com our uncle and mentalist!

    * The Coffee Shop Trio (Matt Politano keyboard, Matt Cory bass, and Steve Ferrone drums)

    * Holiday card love from Lady Pod Squad podcasts: Cutscenes and Cupcakes, Shelf Love Podcast, Spoop Hour, The Phoenix Nest, Boobies & Noobies, The Geekly, Brook Reading, NRI Woman



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    Song Credit: “Hallelujah I Love Her So” cover by The Coffee Shop Trio

    • 54 min
    Sex and Love

    Sex and Love

    E64 – Let’s talk about sex. Addicted to love. We put ourselves in the hot seat and discuss role playing in relationships, hear from a couple girlfriends about their fantasies, and talk about spicing up a marriage. When it comes to single life, why do some women pick dirt bag guys? Learn about sex and love addiction and its connection to parenting. The little sister teaches the big sister a lot about attachment theory in this one, amidst lots of laughter and anatomy jokes, especially in our closing song. We just can’t help ourselves. We get real with our love lives and it gets real uncomfortable!

    Song credit: “Synonyms of Sex” by Julianne Eggold and Joelle Kohn

    Promo: #NoOffense Show

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    • 51 min

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