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Over the holiday I got a bit tired of listening to the same subscribed podcast content so I challenged myself to listen to shows I wouldn’t normally do or I had heard but did not want to commit to full subscription just yet. So here are some of those fantastic episodes.
Young Love –
Where should we begin by Esther Perel. I felt my back stand up when I first listened to her views on infidelity so I wasn’t open at all but I liked it so much I listened to this
other episode on sexlessness.
Radio Diaries’ Teenage Diariesrevisited. I love that kind of radio soooo much. I was hanging on the edge of my seat listening. Definitely subscribing. As a teen I would have loved to participate in such an activity, to be honest, even now I would. Other episode I loved was
Thembi’s Diary. BBC Woman’s Hour had
a phone-in on Monday on #Megxit. Hot mess. I love that Motherhood Sessions is back but jeez that
first episode? Messy.
Borders Between Us by The Nod stressed to me how as parents we do the best for our kids and hope. I have been listening to this podcast following three pregnant teens (ethics and judgment suspended) and in this episode
we meet four generations of teen moms in one family. Give it a listen, it’s nothing like what you expect.
Still Processingdiscussed Michelle Obama’s book Becoming. JUST GO AND LISTEN. IT’S GOOD.
I know it’s a lot but do yourself a favour and just listen.
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A condition in which someone feels compelled to constantly bring things that make them look good in casual conversation. It can be the same thing every time or a variety of things; as long as the subtle or obvious aim is to make themselves sound or look cool, it’s a flex, and if it happens all the time, it’s chronic. It’s most obvious when a detail is tossed in that is really unnecessary for any other purpose than flexing.
A variation of
ghosting, in which the ghoster continues indirect contact with the ghosted by liking and faveing his or her social media content.
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Where are you going. You cannot leave with so many pieces of me still inside you. How will I ever put myself back together again.
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