The Love You Give is your podcast for a spiritually successful life. Guiding you through these interviews is host Ali Tate Cutler who is a model, environmental activist, and self-love advocate. She interviews experts at the top of the self help, business, body positivity and wellness worlds for sound advice on living an integrated life.
Ep 59: Nicole Zimmermann on moving away from modeling and the 12 step program
The Love You Give talks to Nicole Zimmermann, model and health coach, about why she needed to pull away from modeling and how she overcame addiction with the 12 steps.
Ep 58: Iris McAlpin on kinds of trauma, cancel culture as a mass-scale trauma response, and toxic shame v. healthy shame
The Love You Give talks to certified trauma coach Iris McAlpin about the different kinds of trauma, cancel culture as a trauma response enacted on a mass scale, and the two types of shame that can either motivate us or hinder us.
Ep 57: Thug Unicorn aka Tanya Merkul talks about healing childhood trauma through the written word and the power of vulnerability
The Love You Give talks to author Thug Unicorn about the making of her book, "She Book." Tanya had a traumatic childhood, and through poetry, has begun to heal herself and hold space for others to do the same.
Ep 56: James Sebastiano on Chasing the Present documentary, healing addiction and anxiety with being here now
The Love You Give talks to filmmaker and conscious business man James Sebastiano about his long journey of making the documentary "Chasing the Present". He has suffered from anxiety, panic attacks, and addiction his entire life, and after talking to experts in the field and traveling the world, he experienced profound peace. We talk about his discoveries.
EP 54: Christine Gutierrez on De-Colonizing Wellness, Toxic Positivism, and Being Latina in Wellness
The Love You Give talks to Christine Gutierrez of I Am Diosa, a Latina therapist and expert in addiction, trauma, self-esteem and mental health about how wellness has been colonized and how we can de-colonize it, why toxic positivism is harmful, and what its like to be a Latina in wellness.
Ep 53: Amanda Nguyen on how she changed the Sexual Assault Survivors law, how to change policy yourself, and the wonder of astrophysics
The Love You Give talks to Forbes 30 under 30 and 2019 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Amanda Nguyen about how her own experience with rape lead to reforming the Sexual Assault Survivor's Bill of Rights, how we can change policy as citizens, and the awe of astrophysics.
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This is my favorite podcast. It fills me and inspires me to live in alignment. I listen to it in the morning commuting on the train and it just puts me in the right mindset for the day. Wisdom pours out of you, Ali Tate! Thank you!
I found this podcast about a year ago when I was probably in the worst mindset I’ve ever been in. I was a sophomore in high school and feeling so trapped by what I thought I had to be- I had no real spiritual connection or love for myself. Obviously this show didn’t single handedly change that, but it opened me up to begin so many practices such as meditation, vegetarianism, and talk therapy. I want to keep exploring this peaceful positive natural lifestyle that she continues to inform me about. Ali is such a generous soul and the work she’s done to genuinely reach people has obviously rewarded her with her recent career successes. She deserves all of it, and I feel so grateful to have discovered what she’s sharing. You will be too!
UPDATE: Just have to say that I want to add an extra 10 stars in light of the coronavirus situation. As a now-junior in high school whose college prep and pivotal highschool experiences just ground to a halt, I am so so thankful to have this place to come to. Not only because it gives me this overall sense that everything will be ok, but because of the inner foundation it has given me to deal with a situation like this. Having a practice of meditation and being fully vegan for a month now is more valuable than ever to me. I can’t thank you enough Ali!!
Love is Pure
I’ve known Ali for 15 years and lucky enough to see her grow into an incredible person. This podcast is her in her purest form. She isn’t hiding anything with the questions and her responses. It’s an open conversation with the MOST interesting people. I can’t wait to see this podcast grow and develop.