Hosted by Tessa and Derek Harvey, THE WANDERERS podcast offers hope to those who feel lost. But not all who wander are lost. Join us on a journey of self-discovery, navigating the tumultuous waters of belonging and vulnerability.
What is Wandering Anyway?
With our global society simultaneously finding itself in a wandering season, we thought it'd be a good idea to define the term, "wandering."
Is wandering the same as being lost? Is there a difference? What are some tools for guidance during a time of wandering?
All this and more in this episode.
In this episode, we discuss our new living quarters and what we've learned from the experience. What have we gained by giving up space? How has it affected our marriage? What "wandering" purpose are we finding in this season? Learn all that and more in this episode.
Clarity Comes with Movement
Do you ever feel stuck? Ever wonder why you feel like you can't get any traction? It happens to all of us.
On this episode, we talk about some big transitions we're in the middle of and why things won't become clear until you start taking steps. Oh, and fear. Lots of talk about fear.
Habits, Values, and Identity
Everybody wants a "new year, new you." But how do you actually do that? Are resolutions and goals the best way to tackle a new year? Tessa and Derek dive in to some of what they'll be focusing on this year, and it's not the usual advice you hear. Habits, values, and identity all play a crucial part in how you live your life and the outcomes you experience. Resources: Identity Training – identityexchange.com Book – Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin
Life After Deconstruction
What is deconstruction? Does it serve a purpose? What comes after deconstruction? These are some of the questions we address in this episode. Through our own life experiences, we want to share what we've gone through and talk about some tools we've used to help "reconstruct" our lives.
The Silent Killer of Relationships
Unmet expectations are a deadly venom that flow to the heart and wreak havoc in relationships. It doesn’t matter whether you’re single, married, working, unemployed, old, young or [insert demographic here]. Having unmet expectations is lethal to everyone. No one is immune. So how should we handle them? How do we know we're operating with expectations? And what should we do about it? In this episode, Tessa and Derek share from their own experience how they've chosen to work through their own expectations in marriage and in life.
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Uplifting & Real Podcast
I binged listened to this podcast over 2 days haha and it did not disappoint! I love how real, raw and genuine the hosts are about life, marriage and more. I’ve been recommending these to my friends and family. Looking forward to more episodes!
Great content, so needed today!
I’m so grateful for the rugged honesty and courage in these conversations between life-partners who have walked through one of the darkest valleys a couple can face: the death of a child. Grief is universal and touches each of us in profound ways yet in our culture, it’s difficult to find people who are able and willing to talk about loss and grief in ways that each of us, no matter our specific circumstances, can relate. Derek and Tessa have a profound gift in their ability to put words to the overarching concepts of loss, paralysis, grief, and growth in ways that touch the raw parts of my own story, and I believe, each of our stories. Eagerly awaiting each new episode as they share their insights and their journey!!
Relatable and Enlightening
I really love how conversational this podcast feels. These topics seem so reletive to my own journey right now. I cannot wait to see where this is taken. As a follower of Tessa’s Harvey Made blog, I’m interested to see the voice from this team of partners within their marriage and tackling intense and important topics.