14 episodes

Writer and creative Terri Linton explores and dissects the resilient journeys of women. She talks with writers, artists, entrepreneurs, business executives, educators, lawyers, activists, health and wellness experts, and more about their stories of adversity, resiliency and transformation. This podcast is for women who are determined to push through the tough times and strive to live their best lives.

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    • 5.0, 17 Ratings

Writer and creative Terri Linton explores and dissects the resilient journeys of women. She talks with writers, artists, entrepreneurs, business executives, educators, lawyers, activists, health and wellness experts, and more about their stories of adversity, resiliency and transformation. This podcast is for women who are determined to push through the tough times and strive to live their best lives.

    #14 Heidy Tejeda Talks Unleashing Yourself Through Pilates; Entrepreneurship; and Single Parenthood

    #14 Heidy Tejeda Talks Unleashing Yourself Through Pilates; Entrepreneurship; and Single Parenthood

    On this episode, I talk with Heidy Tejeda. Heidy is the owner and operator of Pilates Unleashed Studio located in Eastchester, New York. She is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor. Heidy studied at the renowned Jivamutki Yoga Center and was trained in the Stott Pilates method.

    Show notes available with all LINKS mentioned here:
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    • 55 min
    #13 Jennifer Bozeman Talks Growing Up in the Gowanus Houses, Leaving Rikers, and Teaching in the NYC School System

    #13 Jennifer Bozeman Talks Growing Up in the Gowanus Houses, Leaving Rikers, and Teaching in the NYC School System

    On this episode, I talk with Jennifer Bozeman. Jennifer is from the Gowanus Houses in Brooklyn, New York, and is a former undergraduate student of mine. Jennifer holds a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice and Human Services, and is currently pursuing a second Masters Degree in Special Education. She is a former New York City Correctional Officer who worked on Rikers Island and left the job to fulfill her passion of teaching students in underserved communities.

    https://sheisterrilinton.com/

    • 51 min
    #12 Breaking Generational Cycles of Violence: How Angela Rivera Fought for Her Daughter’s Life and Became an Unintended Advocate for Domestic Violence Survivors

    #12 Breaking Generational Cycles of Violence: How Angela Rivera Fought for Her Daughter’s Life and Became an Unintended Advocate for Domestic Violence Survivors

    On this episode, I talk with Angela Rivera. Angela is a natural food chef, certified meditation coach, children’s yoga instructor, and mother of four. She is a survivor of domestic violence and in 2018, discovered that her 19 year-old daughter was in an emotionally and physically abusive relationship.
    After her daughter survived a life threatening attack, Angela took her advocacy for her daughter to Albany, New York .

    Show notes available with all LINKS mentioned here:
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    • 58 min
    #11 From Homelessness to Pageant Queen & Mompreneur: LaSonya Alexander Talks Adversity, Determination, and Empowering Single Moms

    #11 From Homelessness to Pageant Queen & Mompreneur: LaSonya Alexander Talks Adversity, Determination, and Empowering Single Moms

    On this episode, I talk with LaSonya Alexander. LaSonya is a divorced mother of 7 children she raises independently. After a period of sudden job loss and homelessness following a family crisis, LaSonya fought to return her family to a place of stability and joy. She went on to become winner of the 2017-2018 Ms. Illinois American Elegance pageant.
    LaSonya has written her first book, a memoir, and looks forward to its publication.

    Show Notes available here:
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    • 1 hr 31 min
    #10 When Family Trauma Leads to Healing

    #10 When Family Trauma Leads to Healing

    Terri talks with Licensed Clinical Social Worker Khadijah Washington about mental health, family trauma, and single-parenthood. Khadijah is a behavioral health consultant, and serves as a Social Work Mentor at Virginia Commonwealth University and Virginia Union University. She serves on the Executive Board and is the Mentoring Chair for the Richmond Association of Black Social Workers, and a co-facilitator for City Builders.

    Show notes with all LINKS mentioned here:
    http://sheisterrilinton.com/

    • 1 hr 15 min
    #9 Hello Season Two!

    #9 Hello Season Two!

    Terri chats about what she’s been up to, and who you’ll hear from on Season Two.

    Show notes available with all LINKS mentioned here:
    http://sheisterrilinton.com/

    • 15 min

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