32 episodes

If you were about to leave this planet, what would you say, and who would you say it to? These shocking and provocative questions are the subject of this podcast.

One Last Talk Philip McKernan

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 23 Ratings

If you were about to leave this planet, what would you say, and who would you say it to? These shocking and provocative questions are the subject of this podcast.

    I Am Powerful Beyond Measure

    I Am Powerful Beyond Measure

    The strength of breaking free from self hate.

    The subject of this talk may be sensitive in nature and may include topics such as sexual/emotional abuse, suicide contemplation, and substance abuse. This podcast is intended for mature audiences. You can learn more at onelasttalk.com

    • 16 min
    I Am In Control

    I Am In Control

    The loss of a parent to substance abuse and its impact on how Michael showed up in the world.

    The subject of this talk may be sensitive in nature and may include topics such as sexual/emotional abuse, suicide contemplation, and substance abuse. This podcast is intended for mature audiences. You can learn more at onelasttalk.com

    • 13 min
    I Had To Own It

    I Had To Own It

    Honoring who you really are, even when there are painful outcomes.

    The subject of this talk may be sensitive in nature and may include topics such as sexual/emotional abuse, suicide contemplation, and substance abuse. This podcast is intended for mature audiences. You can learn more at onelasttalk.com

    • 11 min
    Feeling Directionless

    Feeling Directionless

    Running away from pain and resentment through international moves, career changes, and the ultimate acceptance of self.

    The subject of this talk may be sensitive in nature and may include topics such as sexual/emotional abuse, suicide contemplation, and substance abuse. This podcast is intended for mature audiences. You can learn more at onelasttalk.com

    • 16 min
    I'm Proud Of My Name

    I'm Proud Of My Name

    How a tragic series of abuses leads to life choices to cover the pain, and a beautiful outcome when this pain is confronted.

    The subject of this talk may be sensitive in nature and may include topics such as sexual/emotional abuse, suicide contemplation, and substance abuse. This podcast is intended for mature audiences. You can learn more at onelasttalk.com

    • 16 min
    Next To My Deepest Wound

    Next To My Deepest Wound

    The transformative journey away from the pain and emptiness of a childhood filled with emotional abuse and mental illness.

    The subject of this talk may be sensitive in nature and may include topics such as sexual/emotional abuse, suicide contemplation, and substance abuse. This podcast is intended for mature audiences. You can learn more at onelasttalk.com

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Nicholas Gomez Fullerton ,

No one better at this than Philip

Philip and his podcast have helped me make radical changes in my life that are geared more toward what I WANT rather than what I feel I SHOULD want.

Highly recommend you listen to this. ESPECIALLY if you're doing shadow/emotional work.

TheChipper ,

Every freaking person in the world should listen to these

Wow. I’m a dad, and the first episode, sharing in Bev’s horror and heartache as she went through the unimaginable—

Just puts EVERYTHING in perspective.

Everything.

Then, the episode on trying to follow money over passion, an attempted suicide...

And the stone cold but profound realization that everyone is fighting a hard battle of which we know nothing...

This is LIFE.

This is important.

And this needs to be heard by everyone who has a heart as a human being.

Thank you Philip for bringing this to us. Thank you speakers for leaving it ALL out on stage for us to learn through.

It is so appreciated.

Russssel ,

Thank You

These talks and the things Philip McKernan put out, help us realize that the challenges we have in our lives, the guilt we hide behind are much more common then we realize. They help us to be a bit less judgmental of others, as we usually have no clue what they are going through. When we see a glimpse into their lives the result is almost always compasion for them and a desire to help or at least be a little more kind. Most of all it gives us context to lighten up on ourselves, to be more forgiving, more compassionate, more loving, and more alive ourself !

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