140 episodes

The Needy podcast is for humans with needs - particularly those who like to pretend that they don’t. The truth is that every human being has needs. Your needs are a fact and not a flaw. YOU have needs, your needs matter, and meeting them is your responsibility. Yet… you’ve likely been taught that pushing your needs to the back burner is the only way to get things done. The Needy Podcast is devoted to sharing frank conversations and true stories about how real humans meet their needs consistently, messily, and sustainably. Host Mara Glatzel is an intuitive coach ready to support you in cultivating radiant self-trust by honoring and advocating for your needs. Get more: www.theneedypodcast.com

Needy Mara Glatzel

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 125 Ratings

The Needy podcast is for humans with needs - particularly those who like to pretend that they don’t. The truth is that every human being has needs. Your needs are a fact and not a flaw. YOU have needs, your needs matter, and meeting them is your responsibility. Yet… you’ve likely been taught that pushing your needs to the back burner is the only way to get things done. The Needy Podcast is devoted to sharing frank conversations and true stories about how real humans meet their needs consistently, messily, and sustainably. Host Mara Glatzel is an intuitive coach ready to support you in cultivating radiant self-trust by honoring and advocating for your needs. Get more: www.theneedypodcast.com

    Embracing Slow Productivity with Kate Henry, PhD

    Embracing Slow Productivity with Kate Henry, PhD

    How can we untangle ourselves from productivity culture without leaving our big dreams, goals, and interests behind?In this episode, Dr. Kate Henry joins me to talk about slow productivity, an approach she learned and developed after being diagnosed with a chronic illness at a pivotal moment in her life.Dr. Kate Henry is a Productivity Coach who specializes in sustainable and well-being oriented productivity. She holds an MFA in creative writing and a PhD in rhetoric and composition. In addit...

    • 51 min
    Reclaiming Sacred Stories with Ronna Detrick

    Reclaiming Sacred Stories with Ronna Detrick

    How can we let stories from the past transform our relationship to the present?In this episode, I’m joined by Ronna Detrick for a thoughtful and moving conversation about the power of reclaiming sacred stories. We discuss her passion for writing, reinterpreting the Bible, and reconnecting with historical stories in a more meaningful and honest way.Ronna Detrick (she/her) left the church and its dogma nearly twenty years ago but took the stories of women with her. She has combined her love of ...

    • 52 min
    Honoring Needs & Parenting Beyond Power feat. Jen Lumanlan

    Honoring Needs & Parenting Beyond Power feat. Jen Lumanlan

    Is it possible to have a relationship with our children that is mutually respectful? How do we push against societal messages saying that being a parent means having no needs?In today’s episode, Jen Lumanlan, the founder of "Your Parenting Mojo," is here to share her wisdom on meeting our needs and those of our children. Together, we delve into the delicate balance between safety and autonomy as parents, exploring how to set boundaries that respect our own needs while honoring our children's ...

    • 1 hr
    Living Your Creative Mission with Shereen Sun

    Living Your Creative Mission with Shereen Sun

    Do you find yourself wanting to prioritize creativity but feeling like you don’t know where to start? How have societal structures and norms impacted your relationship with your wild creative self?In this episode, Shereen Sun (they/them) joins me to discuss the many reasons we disconnect from our creative selves and how they’re helping others reconnect to their radiant Wildhearts.Shereen is an artist, author, and acclaimed mentor who specializes in creativity and self-actualization. They have...

    • 47 min
    How to Be a Bad Friend with Katherine Sleadd

    How to Be a Bad Friend with Katherine Sleadd

    It can be difficult to speak up for ourselves in relationships, especially when we've experienced heartache or lost friends in the past. But, as you’ll hear from today’s guest Katherine Sleadd, recognizing our needs and communicating them honestly can lead to deeper connections, even in the midst of conflict.Katherine is a trauma informed coach, currently pursuing her masters in counseling psychology. She is the author of How to Be a Bad Friend: The Hidden Life of Failed Relationships, a book...

    • 48 min
    Revenge Self-Sabotage with Rosie Molinary

    Revenge Self-Sabotage with Rosie Molinary

    Have you ever stayed up late for just one more Netflix episode, knowing it’s robbing you of the rest you need? Or abandoned your much-needed afternoon walk when a partner or colleague asked why you hadn’t taken it yet?In today’s episode, I welcome back Rosie Molinary for a heartfelt and deeply honest conversation about the ways we’ve sabotaged our chances of getting our needs met as a means of getting back at those who didn’t meet them.Rosie is an activist, author, speaker, and radical self-a...

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
125 Ratings

125 Ratings

@It's Me! ,

Nourishing

I loved the reminder to check in with myself throughout the day.

Shannavavs ,

Authentic

Love this podcast and the wisdom Mara shares! Thanks for being YOU! You’re fabulous!

fvnwhat ,

Glad I found your podcast!!

I want to thank you for keeping the discussion going about “needs”. I found you during the pandemic during my long walks. I listened to every episode and still do!

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