52 episodes

The audio experience for the blog, TheConfusedMillennial.com. Hosts Rachel Ritlop and Eric Dresdale share their experiences, advice, and wisdom as they've navigated their twenties and thirties. The podcast is for all confused millennials who are looking to embrace who they are while navigating this whole #adulting thing. Topics include career, entrepreneurship, self-care, finances, spirituality, and so much more. Be sure to submit your questions and they may be answered on air!

The Confused Millennial Rachel Ritlop

    • Health
    • 4.8, 80 Ratings

The audio experience for the blog, TheConfusedMillennial.com. Hosts Rachel Ritlop and Eric Dresdale share their experiences, advice, and wisdom as they've navigated their twenties and thirties. The podcast is for all confused millennials who are looking to embrace who they are while navigating this whole #adulting thing. Topics include career, entrepreneurship, self-care, finances, spirituality, and so much more. Be sure to submit your questions and they may be answered on air!

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
80 Ratings

80 Ratings

@brookeafitness ,

Must listen! We all can learn!!

Love this podcast. It has helped me become more comfortable with myself esteem and has taught me some very valuable lessons (as I am a confused millennial). Thank you Rachel. I really value this podcast.

Ms Military FI ,

Couldn’t Get Past the First 5 Minutes

I’ve read through some of the other reviews, & it appears the content is actually something people love so I’m not discounting that at all. I found this podcast in my recommendations last night, so I know nothing about the host but unfortunately the vocal fry & “like” as every other word at the beginning of the “Almost 30” episode was too irritating to listen to for long. If there is a blog, I’ll check out her content there. But unfortunately she doesn’t really have a voice for podcasting, compared to other shows I listen to 😕

JStarr12345 ,

Some misinformation

The episode I listened to (46) presented misinformation about some incredibly valuable research-based therapies (EMDR)- which does work on the subconscious. The phrase “spiritual bypassing” was also completely misused, ironically. In general this type of podcast perpetuates the stereotypes of spiritual bypassing and discrediting of highly valuable therapies! Ugh.

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