24 episodes

The VulnerABILITY Podcast joins writer Marisa Donnelly and fellow creative, Abraham Lopez on a journey of rawness in a series of emotional and heartfelt discussions on the topics of love, relationships, self-love, purpose, identity, change, growth, faith, and life's biggest questions.

VulnerABILITY Podcast VulnerABILITY Podcast

    • Education
    • 4.4, 14 Ratings

The VulnerABILITY Podcast joins writer Marisa Donnelly and fellow creative, Abraham Lopez on a journey of rawness in a series of emotional and heartfelt discussions on the topics of love, relationships, self-love, purpose, identity, change, growth, faith, and life's biggest questions.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Der Bandersnatch ,

Patience

Just listened to the first episode and looking forward to more. I think that the previous review sums up a point that I considered, but I was also reflecting on how perhaps in the state of your connection with each other this may be the norm. Perhaps Marissa doesn’t take offense or doesn’t feel belittled. Critiquing people whom we don’t know, projecting onto them the expectations we have of ourselves, does little to bring us together and foster connection. Maybe that is addressed in another episode later on as well. The only critique I would have is sound related; playback is rather quiet...but perhaps that forces me to pay more attention. 🤪

I’m grateful for this podcast for sure. Working in the realm of psychotherapy, and really in all circumstances of my life, I yearn for connection. I seek to foster vulnerability and to display compassion with everyone I encounter. In the world we live, we see a lot of pseudo-openness or indirect vulnerability, and that leads to more disconnection.

Thank you both for beginning the podcast that I wanted to create and I look forward to following along!

addhammrix d ,

Patience

Generally a good podcast, very relevant to how dating and self love go hand in hand. My one comment though is that I find it irritating when Abraham cuts Marisa off. Whether he does this intentionally or not, I think it’s important to point out because for me as a listener, I am engaged in the conversation and I want to hear out the person who is speaking. While colloquial dialogue is appreciated, some of the comments Abraham made came off to me as condescending or brushing Marisa off while she was mid-sentence and it actually got to the point where I just turned off the podcast because it was annoying me. Both speakers have good points, so give each other a minute to get it out rather than impeding on someone’s train of thought.

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