Dr. Betsy Rippentrop, a psychologist, and Kate Moreland, a lawyer and CEO, are having conversations about how women have been conditioned to lose connection to their inner voice and natural instincts, and how the time has come for us to re-wild. Both grew up as overachievers and perfectionists and took traditional career paths, following the rules society set for success. This required a loss of authenticity and a disconnection to their own wild essence. We explore questions and tools around how best to listen to our inner voice, re-wild ourselves, and live the most authentic life, where we thrive instead of survive.
Anxiety: Surrender With Gratitude
This week we discuss the anxiety many of us feel in the transition from summer to fall. Fall is an obvious time of change, a season of endings that can create some ...
Perfectionism: A Cultural Phenomenon
In today’s episode we discuss Perfectionism, something that continues to reappear in life for many of us. At some point in our lives perfectionism served us, maybe we enjoyed the early ...
Taking Charge of Our Own Healing: A Conversation with Functional Medicine Therapist Rachel Headings
In today’s episode we talk with Functional Medicine Practitioner, Rachel Headings, founder of Rachel’s Healing Arts on her passion for health and her journey to guiding others on their own ...
GRIEF: IT’S COMPLICATED
In this week’s episode we explore the complicated topic of grief and how we can help ourselves and our loved ones to feel it and move through it in a ...
How to Champion Ourselves: A Conversation with UI Tennis Coach Sasha Schmid
In this week’s episode we talk to University of Iowa Tennis Coach Sasha Schmid. As a former college athlete, lawyer, coach and podcaster, Sasha is paving her own way with ...
Freedom in Truth with Kate and Betsy
This week Kate and Betsy discuss the importance of finding, knowing and trusting our truth. They talk about why we disconnect form our truth, what gets in the way of us ...
Elves in Iceland!!
What a delightful, touching and empowering episode this was. Some highlights for me were the rugged horseback rides, the innocent wisdom of a child , government sanctioned elves, the lessons Kate and Betsy learned along the journey and a very brave step taken. Betsy and Kate are a pleasure to listen to, great story tellers and really took me into the wild with them.
Sister wound episode
Thank you for doing this episode. The idea of the sister wound is something so relatable for me, especially now. I have felt the chilling loss of losing a good friend and being wounded by one of my sisters. I’m not perfect either. I know I’ve been the wounded before. This was a great reminder to me to live more harmoniously with my fellow women I encounter throughout life, and be mindful and curious of my jealousy and competition in relation to them.
First 2 Episodes
I loved the first two episodes. I am so looking forward to more!