28 episodes

Exploring life's defining moments, Joni has conversations with interesting, everyday people in a deep dive about their trials, failures, transitions, and successes.

Say What Is Truth Joni Haws

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 45 Ratings

Exploring life's defining moments, Joni has conversations with interesting, everyday people in a deep dive about their trials, failures, transitions, and successes.

    S1E28 Jon

    S1E28 Jon

    Jon and Joni talk family, missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, defining truth, comfort vs. growth, faith transitions and their effects on a marriage, choosing questions over answers, parenting, and clinical anxiety.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    S1E27 Larissa

    S1E27 Larissa

    Larissa and Joni talk growing up in Ohio, finding your style, being an entertainer in the time of Covid19, making decisions, meeting your match, baton-twirling, gymnastics, hip replacement, not desiring children, and connecting with the divine.

    • 1 hr 31 min
    S1E26 Laurence

    S1E26 Laurence

    Laurence and Joni talk being a second wife, poverty, physical and sexual abuse, court cases, resilience, leaving your family behind, mindful healing, life in Dubai, photography, finding your person, moving to America, and reconciliation. 

    • 2 hr 2 min
    S1E25 Robyn

    S1E25 Robyn

    Robyn and Joni talk TCH, moving across country, New Orleans beignets, Yellowstone in winter, being single and dating, being molested as a child, energy work, learning differences, and forgiveness.

    • 1 hr 34 min
    S1E24 Jeanie

    S1E24 Jeanie

    Jeanie and Joni talk making potions, remembering our mothers, teenage memories, faith journeys, why the Temple is complicated, marriage, compromises, children with autism, and spiritual premonitions.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    S1E23 Allison

    S1E23 Allison

    Allison and Joni talk mid-life marriage and pregnancy, baby daddies, the effect of addiction on a marriage, online dating, choosing kindness, parents with Alzheimers, trying to fit in at church, weight-loss surgery, self image, and societal perceptions.

    • 1 hr 37 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Smashsun ,

Inspiring

This podcast is so inspiring to listen to. Have been someone who has struggled to accept myself and like myself this podcast has helped me learn I am not alone. Being a person who questions different areas of my life and the world (religion, politics, etc.) I have learned I am not alone and it is ok to question things. Joni shows it is ok to be different, everyone should be accepted and people deserve respect. Be kind, be the bright spot in someone’s life.

Natalieplusfour ,

Great connecting podcast

I knew Joni from a hundred years ago. I was just chiming in for one episode, but got hooked! She is fun and engaging. The interviewers are interesting and diverse. Joni doesn’t shy away from the hard questions either. I especially enjoy the bright spot at the end. Fun to hear so many life journeys and their life experiences. Love it! Thanks for sharing your heart, Joni.

Twitchside1 ,

Ordinary people discussing life’s joys and pains

Great podcast about everyday people discussing personal journeys and the challenges that come in life. Individuals who have experienced a wide array of struggles as well as personal triumphs discuss them with Joni who is very personal and has a unique perspective of her own. I have thoroughly enjoyed expanding my views as I’ve listened to hardships that I have not experienced and some that I can understand. I highly recommend this podcast for anyone looking for uplifting words during tumultuous times.

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