137 episodes

SOS [noun]: an internationally recognized signal of distress.
This is a podcast where we dive deeply into expanding and re-examining belief structures, passions, joy, struggles, and all things that shape the human experience. Here's to turning meltdowns into magic...

SOS with Molly & Alissa Molly Cottrell, Alissa Razzano

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 46 Ratings

SOS [noun]: an internationally recognized signal of distress.
This is a podcast where we dive deeply into expanding and re-examining belief structures, passions, joy, struggles, and all things that shape the human experience. Here's to turning meltdowns into magic...

    No.136 WWMAAD? (What Would Molly And Alissa Do?)

    No.136 WWMAAD? (What Would Molly And Alissa Do?)

    We put out the call and you guys answered! This week we focus specifically on the issues you wrote in about regarding the many challenges women face in modern society - everything from finances, navigating male-dominated work places, mental health and beyond.

    • 44 min
    No.135 Who Are The Gatekeepers To Creativity?

    No.135 Who Are The Gatekeepers To Creativity?

    What does it truly mean to be creative, and why do we assume creativity only applies to certain professions? Unpacking what creative living actually looks like, and undoing societal assumptions.

    • 41 min
    No.134 Red/Green Flags In Relationships

    No.134 Red/Green Flags In Relationships

    What are the signs that the person you're dating may not be the most aligned with who you are? What are the signs that maybe they are the perfect fit? We sort through the most important things to consider when committing to another human.

    • 34 min
    No.133 Am I The A**hole Reddit Journey

    No.133 Am I The A**hole Reddit Journey

    It's another episode where we grapple with moral dilemmas and our conscience (or lack thereof...).
    join us for a cringe-worthy "AITA" Reddit thread breakdown.

    • 53 min
    No.132 You Program Yourself Invisible w/ Albert Tamulonis

    No.132 You Program Yourself Invisible w/ Albert Tamulonis

    Homelessness is a hot topic in local politics across the country, especially in bigger cities. However, rarely do we get an actual glimpse at what homeless truly looks like from the inside - how does it even happen? What is that first night actually like? How do you force yourself to adapt within society when you have no home? How is your sense of self affected not only during homelessness, but in the aftermath once you've overcome it? Our guest this week is Albert Tamulonis, a writer who shares his experience as homeless first hand, with an exceptional amount of honesty, vulnerability, and reflection. This is a conversation that needs to be had in order to de-stigmatize homelessness in general, but also to highlight the humanity shared among us all and remind us that we're never that disconnected from our fellow humans.

    • 57 min
    No.131 Red Flags/Green Flags in Friendships

    No.131 Red Flags/Green Flags in Friendships

    It may easily be argued that we could all benefit from being a bit more intentional in our friend-selection process at times. It's easy to get to a place one day where you realize you're giving way too much of your time and energy to people who don't fill YOUR cup in return. Tune in for a thorough breakdown of what we have realized are true red and green flags when vetting your new friends (or weeding out some older ones...)!

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

Alexa Cordry ,

These Ladies Phew

The way Molly & Alissa show candid and authentic cafe to their guests, while bringing us some much needed catharsis and convo - it’s flawless. five stars in not enough.

Naizzy... ,

Worth every minute💗

The stamp on growth and evolution that these conversations bring to me is more than words can describe. Love it!💗💗💗

Gliss22 ,

Stop what you are doing and listen.

Love this podcast. Depth, breadth, and a lot of laughs. Keep it coming, Molly and Alissa!

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