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1. How Billie Jean could not live as her full authentic self until age 51. 2. The moment Billie Jean knew that Abby was not okay after her USWNT retirement.  3. How to visualize a reality that doesn’t yet exist – so you can be it, even when you don’t see it.  4. How Billie Jean numbed herself through an eating disorder and how she recovered by not being a “good girl.”  5. Why Billie Jean does not regret her pre-Roe abortion, and the degrading process she endured to access it.  CW // eating disorders discussion   About Billie Jean:  Named one of the “100 Most Important Americans of the 20th Century” by Life magazine and a 2009 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Billie Jean King is the founder of the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative, founder of the Women’s Tennis Association and the Women’s Sports Foundation and part of the ownership group of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Angel City FC and the Philadelphia Freedoms. King also serves on the board of the Women’s Sports Foundation. In her legendary tennis career, King captured 39 Grand Slam singles, doubles and mixed doubles titles, including a record 20 Wimbledon championships. Her historic win over Bobby Riggs in the 1973 Battle of the Sexes, is one of the greatest moments in sports history. In 2017, Fox Searchlight released the critically acclaimed film, Battle of the Sexes, which depicts the cultural and social impact of the groundbreaking match.  In September 2020, King became the first woman to have an annual global team sports event named in her honor when Fed Cup – the women’s world cup of tennis – was rebranded as the Billie Jean King Cup. Her memoir, ALL IN: An Autobiography, is available now. TW: @BillieJeanKing IG: @billiejeanking Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Written and narrated by award-winning author and Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, Dr. Eddie S. Glaude, “History is US” is a 6-part audio documentary produced and developed by C13Originals that asks questions about who we are as a nation, and what race might reveal about our current crisis. Through the voices of distinguished historians and scholars, this limited series gives listeners the background and education to understand how we got here and how we can all use history to clarify the choices before us. There will always be something distinct about our present day, yet history haunts. “History is US” is a presentation of Shining City Audio, a C13Originals and Jon Meacham Studio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. How Heidi ruined Glennon’s life with a jarring new identity–and why it’s a powerful moment for G to embrace her newfound sign. 2. How we each have a Sun, Moon, and Rising sign–and what each tells us about ourselves. 3. Heidi breaks down the 12 astrological signs–and astrology as a tool for self revelation. 4. Why we keep saying “Mercury’s in retrograde” and what the hell it means. About Heidi: Heidi Rose Robbins has been a professional astrologer for 25 years, helping thousands of clients all over the globe live with more authenticity and clarity. She hosts two podcasts, THE RADIANCE PROJECT, featuring poetry, astrology, and good company, and CHART YOUR CAREER, with co-host Ellen Fondiler. Twice a year, she leads Radiant Life Retreats, for people wishing to take a deeper dive into her work. Heidi has written two books of poetry, This Beckoning Ceaseless Beauty and Wild Compassion, and has been a featured poet at two TedX events. Last year, her 12-book series The Zodiac Love Letters, was published by One Idea Press, and this upcoming fall, her new book, Everyday Radiance--based on her daily Instagram offerings--will be published by Chronicle. Heidi grew up in Fargo, North Dakota, learning the zodiac with her A, B, C’s, and calls herself “a poet with a map of the heavens in her pocket.” She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two kids, Kate and Dylan. IG: @heidiroserobbins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. Answers to fascinating sex questions from Pod Squaders–including how to get real in the bedroom after regularly faking orgasm. 2. Concrete mindfulness strategies to get out of your head and into your body, which have been proven to increase arousal and satisfaction. 3. Busting the myth about how long it should take to orgasm.  4. Why talking about sex (including fantasies!) before having sex leads to more satisfying intimacy–and why that feels fun for Abby and impossible to Glennon and Amanda. 5. Where to start if you’ve never discussed pleasure with a partner–and Dr. Brotto’s advice to Glennon for retiring her reign as Silent Sex Queen. About Dr. Brotto Dr. Lori Brotto is a Professor in the UBC Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, where she holds a Canada Research Chair in Women’s Sexual Health. She is also the Executive Director for the Women’s Health Research Institute—one of only three institutes in Canada devoted to advancing research in women’s health, and maintains an active practice as a Registered Psychologist. Dr. Brotto was recently featured in the Netflix series The Principles of Pleasure, and is the author of Better Sex through Mindfulness: How Women Can Cultivate Desire and forthcoming The Better Sex through Mindfulness Workbook: A Guide to Cultivating Desire. TW: @DrLoriBrotto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. The shocking revelation that many women experience physical arousal but can’t reach orgasm because we are so “stuck” in our heads that we don’t even register it. 2. Glennon and Abby share about their periodic sexual droughts – and Dr. Brotto gives them (us) advice. 3. The biggest predictors of sexual problems for women – including stress/compulsive multitasking – and how to address them. 4. How to know if you are disconnecting from your body during sex, and how to reintegrate to increase your pleasure.  About Dr. Brotto Dr. Lori Brotto is a Professor in the UBC Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, where she holds a Canada Research Chair in Women’s Sexual Health. She is also the Executive Director for the Women’s Health Research Institute—one of only three institutes in Canada devoted to advancing research in women’s health, and maintains an active practice as a Registered Psychologist. Dr. Brotto was recently featured in the Netflix series The Principles of Pleasure, and is the author of Better Sex through Mindfulness: How Women Can Cultivate Desire and forthcoming The Better Sex through Mindfulness Workbook: A Guide to Cultivating Desire. TW: @DrLoriBrotto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this beautiful conversation–in which Glennon names Cole’s book “This Here Flesh” the Next Right Book–we discuss:  1. What we learned from Cole’s insight that, “If you’re not in your body, someone else is.”  2. A mind-blowing revelation about all of our own faces that we will never stop thinking about.  3. Why the phrase “If you don’t believe you’re beautiful, no one else will” is horseshit.   4. Why dignity is the bedrock to being alive–and how to find it when we haven’t been loved well.  5. The connection between fear and awe–and how to practice wonder as a cure for despair.  About Cole:  Cole Arthur Riley is a writer and poet. She is the author of the NYT bestseller, This Here Flesh: Spirituality, Liberation, and the Stories that Make Us. Her writing has been featured in The Atlantic, Guernica, and The Washington Post. Cole is also the creator and writer of Black Liturgies, a project that integrates spiritual practice with Black emotion, Black literature, and the Black body.  TW: @blackliturgist IG:  @colearthurriley @blackliturgies Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Abby’s former USWNT teammates–and dear friends–Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger are here for a double date discussing: 1. Ashlyn and Ali’s wedding, their vision for queer marriage visibility, and Glennon’s top moments of their magical day. 2. Ashlyn and Abby’s friendship–why Ashlyn pulled Abby’s final game captain’s band out of the trash and what she plans to do with it. 3. Who made the first move, which one “knew” first, and how Ashlyn and Ali’s love story started with friendship and mixtapes. 4. Their hardest night with their newborn, how Ali neutralizes mom guilt, and what they want most for Sloane as she grows up. About Ashlyn:  Ashlyn Harris is a two-time World Cup Champion, two-time CONCACAF Champion, and three-time SheBelieves Cup Champion. She currently plays for Gotham FC of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) and leads the NWSL with most saves as a goalkeeper. A champion of self-expression and self-love, Ashlyn is known for her style and her extensive tattoo artwork.  TW: @Ashlyn_Harris IG: @ashlynharris24 About Ali:  Ali Krieger is an Olympian, two-time World Cup Champion, and two-time SheBelives Cup Champion. She was a key part of the defense that held opponents scoreless for 539 consecutive minutes during the 2015 World Cup. Recently, Ali was named #7 Most Marketable Athletes in the World and currently plays for the NWSL’s Gotham FC. In 2019 Ashlyn and Ali married and in February 2021, they welcomed their new baby Sloane. They are also parents to two puppies – Logan and Storm.  TW: @alikrieger IG: @alikrieger Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. The inspiring pep talk Bozoma gives herself in the mirror – and why we might all want to start using it to rally ourselves.   2. How to navigate the tightrope of corporate expectations for women: to be both self-assured and humble; both hard and soft.  3. The revolutionary realization that you don’t have to be the savior of others – you can save yourself, too.  4. How to know when to dig deep, and stay and fight for change – and when to stop digging and go – and the moment Bozoma knew it was time to leave Netflix. 5. Why our inability to forgive ourselves for wrong decisions keep us in bad situations – and how Boz’s “it’s not you, it’s me” philosophy can guide us out.  About Bozoma:  Bozoma Saint John is a Hall of Fame inducted Marketing Executive, author, entrepreneur, and general badass. Boz has led Global Consumer Marketing at Apple Music & iTunes; she was Chief Brand Officer at Uber; and Global Chief Marketing Officer at Netflix. Boz is currently named #1 Most Influential CMO in the world by Forbes, and has been named one of Billboard’s Most Powerful Women in Music for 10 consecutive years. In 2021, Harvard Business School published a multi-media case study on her career, titled “Leading with Authenticity and Urgency”; through which she developed and taught a program at the University aptly named “The Anatomy of a Badass.” Boz was named as an Ambassador for the African Diaspora and Special Envoy to the President of Ghana. In the Spring of 2023, Penguin Books will publish her memoir, “The Urgent Life.” Boz counts her highest achievement as being a mother to her 12 year old daughter, Lael. TW: @badassboz IG: @badassboz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. Content warning: Discussion of suicide. 2. Jenny puts words to her experience of ADD – "being a kitten on cocaine" – and her anxiety – seeing "rainbow fire.”  3. How Jenny felt guilty for years about a way her mental illness impacted her mothering – only to later learn it was her child’s favorite memory. 4. The moment she decided to be honest about her struggles – and how sharing our awkwardness can save the world and cure our loneliness. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 About Jenny: Jenny Lawson is an award-winning humorist known for her great candor in sharing her struggle with mental illness. She's written four NYT bestsellers, including Let's Pretend This Never Happened (a mostly true memoir), Furiously Happy (A funny book about terrible things), You Are Here (An owner's manual for dangerous minds) and Broken (in the best possible way), which recently won the Goodreads Choice award for Best Humor of 2021. One of those books is a coloring book but she insists it still counts. She lives in Texas with her husband and child and would like to be your friend unless you're a real asshole. TW: @TheBloggess IG: @thebloggess Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. Why guns are now the leading cause of death for American children and teens, and who is profiting from America’s suffering. 2. What to say today when your child leaves the house to help protect them from gun violence. 3. The lie our leaders are selling us about why they won’t pass the reforms that 90% of Americans want, and how one mom became the NRA’s biggest nightmare. 4. How to safeguard our kids from the negative impact of for-profit active shooter drills in schools.  About Shannon: Shannon Watts was a stay at home mother of five when she founded Moms Demand Action, the nation’s first and largest grassroots movement fighting against gun violence – and the most powerful counter-movement the gun lobby has ever faced. Moms Demand Action now has a chapter in every state and, with over 8 million supporters, is now larger than the National Rifle Association. For almost ten years, Moms Demand Action volunteers have stopped the NRA’s priority legislation in statehouses roughly 90 percent of the time, helped pass hundreds of gun safety laws across the country, changed corporate policies and educated Americans about secure gun storage. Shannon’s book, Fight Like a Mother: How a Grassroots Movement Took on the Gun Lobby and Why Women Will Change the World, is now available in paperback. TW: @shannonrwatts IG:@shannonrwatts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. What Alua has learned about living well from the many people she’s helped walk home as a death doula.  2. The “deathbed test” that guides her toward what is important and helps her stay present. 3. Alua eases Abby’s immense fear of death by sharing her glitter-wave vision. 4. The most surprising thing she wants us to know about death. 5. Concrete steps we can take now to help prepare ourselves–and our loved ones–for the inevitable. About Alua: Alua Arthur is a death doula, recovering attorney, and the founder of Going with Grace, a death doula training and end-of-life planning organization that exists to support people as they answer the question, “What must I do to be at peace with myself so that I may live presently and die gracefully?” Going with Grace works to improve and redefine the end-of-life experience for people rooted in every community using the individual lived experience as the foundation. Alua was a keynote speaker at EndWell 2019, and has been featured in the LA Times, Vogue, Refinery29, The Doctors, and InStyle. She is inspired by the gift of LIFE itself and is always on the quest for the best donuts and fried plantains! TW: @goinggracefully IG: @going_with_grace Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. How we are each haunted by our family’s secrets and trauma–whether we know them or not–and how to break the cycle for future generations.  2. The astounding new research on generational trauma showing that our personal trauma is passed down genetically to our children and grandchildren.   3. Our unconscious need to heal what our parents could not–and how to mourn what we cannot control.   4. Why our bodies carry what our mind won’t remember–and how to release that burden.   5. Dr. Galit’s new book Emotional Inheritance and the incredible new way to understand ourselves.   About Dr. Atlas: Dr. Galit Atlas is a psychoanalyst and clinical supervisor in private practice in New York City. She is on the faculty of the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Dr. Atlas has published three books for clinicians and numerous articles and book chapters. A leader in the field of relational psychoanalysis, Dr. Atlas is a recipient of the André François Award and the NADTA Research Award. She teaches and lectures throughout the United States and internationally. Her new book Emotional Inheritance was published in January 2022 and is being translated into 17 languages. IG: @galit_atlas Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Glennon and Abby welcome their dear friend Cameron Esposito to discuss: 1. Cameron’s brutiful relationship with her body–and how it feels playing a sexy TV role. 2. The way Cameron grew up using humor as self-defense and to become socially “valuable”–and the moment she wondered if comedy was no longer working for her.  3. Why Cameron says she’s able to cry for the first time in 35 years.  4. How as a gender-nonconforming queer kid, Cameron felt “overnoticed”–and how being a comedian allows her to “hide in plain sight." 5. The rule Cameron and Glennon made to help them become better at friendship. CW: eating disorders About Cameron: Cameron Esposito is a queer, gender non-conforming standup comic, actor, writer and host. As a standup, Cameron has headlined tours and festivals nationwide and internationally. As an actor and host, Cameron has been seen across television and film, appearing in big budget films and beloved Sundance indies, and on Netflix, HBO, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, Starz, Comedy Central, Logo, TBS, IFC, E! and Cartoon Network. Cameron's podcast, Queery, features hour long conversations with some of the brightest luminaries in the LGBTQ+ community, including Emmy and Grammy winning performers, Olympians, politicians, even an astronaut. Cameron's writing has been published by The New York Times, Vulture/New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, Bon Appetit, Refinery29 and more. Cameron's first book, Save Yourself, was an instant bestseller and is available in paperback March of 2022. Next up, Cameron is set to recur on the ABC series A Million Little Things and appear in HBOMax's Moonshot. Cameron lives in Los Angeles and likes to swim. TW: @cameronesposito IG: @cameronesposito Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Part Two of our gorgeous conversation with Elizabeth Gilbert: 1. Liz describes Rayya’s death as “a fist fight”–and how Rayya went out swinging. 2. In the wake of Rayya’s death, how Liz grieved, and what helped. 3. Liz’s spiritual practices: communing with a higher power, her recovery community, and starting over. About Elizabeth:  Elizabeth Gilbert is author of the international bestseller, EAT PRAY LOVE, which has been translated into over thirty languages, and sold over 12 million copies worldwide. The book became so popular that Time Magazine named Elizabeth as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. In 2010, Elizabeth published a follow-up to EAT PRAY LOVE called COMMITTED—an instant a #1 New York Times Bestseller, as well as BIG MAGIC: CREATIVE LIVING BEYOND FEAR. She is author of two novels: THE SIGNATURE OF ALL THINGS, and CITY OF GIRLS. And she is the creator of the Onward Book Club, which takes place on her Instagram via a live chat, as a way of spotlighting, studying, and celebrating the work of Black women authors.  Elizabeth divides her time between New York City, rural New Jersey, and everywhere else. TW: @GilbertLiz IG: @elizabeth_gilbert_writer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Part One of our intimate conversation with Elizabeth Gilbert: 1. When Glennon called Liz about Abby–and Liz then told Glennon about Rayya. 2. The moment Liz imploded her life as she knew it. 3. How, after a decade of friendship, Liz finally told Rayya that she was in love with her. 4. The brutal chaos of Rayya’s addiction at the end of her life–and what Liz had to do and say to protect herself. About Liz:  Elizabeth Gilbert is author of the international bestseller, EAT PRAY LOVE, which has been translated into over thirty languages, and sold over 12 million copies worldwide. The book became so popular that Time Magazine named Elizabeth as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. In 2010, Elizabeth published a follow-up to EAT PRAY LOVE called COMMITTED—an instant a #1 New York Times Bestseller, as well as BIG MAGIC: CREATIVE LIVING BEYOND FEAR. She is author of two novels: THE SIGNATURE OF ALL THINGS, and CITY OF GIRLS. And she is the creator of the Onward Book Club, which takes place on her Instagram via a live chat, as a way of spotlighting, studying, and celebrating the work of Black women authors.  Elizabeth divides her time between New York City, rural New Jersey, and everywhere else. TW: @GilbertLiz IG: @elizabeth_gilbert_writer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. With everything going on in the world, and in our lives, is “Burnout” the reason we all feel like zombies?  2. Why stress is like trash: You have to get rid of it often or your life starts to stink.   3. Emily and Amelia Nagoski – the authors of Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle – answer our Pod Squad’s burning questions about how to bounce back from burnout.  About Emily:  EMILY NAGOSKI is the award-winning author of the New York Times bestselling Come As You Are and The Come As You Are Workbook. She earned an M.S. in counseling and a Ph.D. in health behavior, both from Indiana University, with clinical and research training at the Kinsey Institute. Now she combines sex education and stress education to teach women to live with confidence and joy inside their bodies. Emily’s new podcast, Come As You Are, is launching this Summer and her forthcoming book, Come Together, will be released in 2023. She lives in Massachusetts with two dogs, a cat, and a cartoonist. TW: @emilynagoski IG: @enagoski About Amelia:  AMELIA NAGOSKI, Amelia is the co-author with Emily, of the New York Times bestseller Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle. A Doctorate of Musical Arts, her job as she describes it is to run around waving her arms and making funny noises and generally doing whatever it takes to help singers get in touch with their internal experience. She lives in New England with her husband, one cat, and two rescue dogs. IG: @amelianagoski Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. Thinking of depression as a way of seeing the world … through toilet paper roll binoculars.  2. Why healing might actually just be permission to go.  3. Chanel’s definition of success: refusing to succumb to perfection or exhaustion–and showing up as herself in every moment. 4. The healing moment when Chanel returned to Stanford and was held in sound–which set her free.   About Chanel:  Chanel Miller is a writer and artist who received her BA in Literature from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her critically acclaimed memoir, KNOW MY NAME, was a New York Times bestseller, a New York Times Book Review Notable Book, and a National Book Critics Circle Award winner, as well as a best book of 2019 in Time, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, NPR, and People, among others. She is a 2019 Time Next 100 honoree and a 2016 Glamour Woman of the Year honoree under her pseudonym, “Emily Doe.” IG: chanel_miller Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. How to get your orgasm back. 2. Dr. Jen Gunter’s advice–and personal mantra–for surviving hot flushes. 3. How to differentiate between mental health challenges and menopause. 4. The one easy thing you can do at the doctor’s office to ensure better care. 5. Is menopause a reboot of the brain and an opportunity to reallocate mental resources? Resource: North American Menopause Society (NAMS)    About Jen:  Dr. Jen Gunter is an OB/GYN and pain medicine physician and the author of The Menopause Manifesto, The Vagina Bible, and The Preemie Primer. She is the host of the podcast Body Stuff (TED Audio Collective) and of the streaming docuseries Jensplaining (CBC Gem). She blogs at TheVajenda.com and her writing can also be found in the New York Times, Glamour, DAME, and other publications. Her mission is to build a better medical Internet. She has been called Twitter’s gynecologist, the Internet’s OB/GYN, and a fierce advocate for women’s health. TW: @DrJenGunter IG: @drjengunter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. Hot flushes, night sweats, sleep disturbances, vaginal dryness, and the less common, frequently-missed symptoms of menopause.  2. A strategy and script for how to talk to your doctor without being dismissed. 3. The lies and truth about menopause hormone therapy. 4. Why our culture is fixated on investing to ensure men never lose their erection, but is fine with women losing their quality of life.  5. What we need to know about our bodies and lives during menopause, which will impact up to 20 years of our lives.    Resource: North American Menopause Society (NAMS)    About Jen:  Dr. Jen Gunter is an OB/GYN and pain medicine physician and the author of The Menopause Manifesto, The Vagina Bible, and The Preemie Primer. She is the host of the podcast Body Stuff (TED Audio Collective) and of the streaming docuseries Jensplaining (CBC Gem). She blogs at TheVajenda.com and her writing can also be found in the New York Times, Glamour, DAME, and other publications. Her mission is to build a better medical Internet. She has been called Twitter’s gynecologist, the Internet’s OB/GYN, and a fierce advocate for women’s health. TW: @DrJenGunter IG: @drjengunter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1. What is your Enneagram number–and how does this ancient wisdom explain WHY you do what you do?  2. Why Glennon *really* didn’t want to accept her Enneagram number, and how she finally saw herself clearly in it.  3. How the Enneagram helps Amanda have much more compassion for herself–and how she uses it to understand common patterns in her marriage.  4. Glennon and Amanda use the Enneagram to dissect what is *actually* going on in their conflicts, and how to make each other feel seen and understood. About Ashton: Ashton Whitmoyer-Ober is an author, public speaker, Community Psychologist, and certified Enneagram educator. With a desire to see relationships strengthened and people empowered, she created Enneagram Ashton in early 2019. She is the author of Enneagram for Relationships, The Two of Us: A Three Year Couples Journal, and The Enneagram Made Simple. IG: @enneagramashton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comments (59)

Jennifer Griffin

at 54:35, Glennon cuts off and Tishs song comes on. what was said? I need to know!! love this podcast!!!

May 26th
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Danielle Popyk

Makes me think of the book Fair Play. It talks about splitting up whole pieces of responsibilities.

May 23rd
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ID19619055

Glennon, agender is valid.

May 22nd
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K D

absolutely wonderful episode

May 12th
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Kaitlyn Llewellyn

This is by far my favorite podcast. It is so important and relevant. I recommend that everyone listen to it.

May 12th
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Melissa Ross

How on earth are there no comments? This was magical and true to listen to! Loved it! 😍 😍 😍

May 10th
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sarah

Just listening to this Feb podcast.- Glennon, I carry flesh covered ear plugs with me EVERYWHERE. They are especially helpful in cars with my kids. I have them in travel cases, coat pockets, purse, everywhere. I find them priceless!

May 6th
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Laura Reed

sister, thank you for your vulnerability today & I just want to hug you and tell you so many of us have remorse in reference to our childhood friends and making bad choices for men that didn't deserve us. I believe your friend knows the remorse you feel and has forgiven you for what you didn't know what you were doing. she still loves you.

May 4th
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Sarah Wiseman

Beautiful episode in a series of beautiful episodes.

Apr 15th
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Karin L Lackey

“The sound of gravel” should be in a song

Mar 11th
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Laura Gibson

This is a fantastic podcast!!! Glennson asked Brandi such interesting and unexpected questions.It was refreshing to learn a lot of new thoughts and feelings from Brandi, and Glennon you are really hilarious 😂 Love, love , love this 🥰❤😊

Mar 10th
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Mary Beth Springborn

I think Taylor Schilling should play Abby in your movie 🍿🎥

Feb 19th
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fatemeh khorram

I love your podcast. seeing you releasing a new podcast, makes my day. It's such a great feeling when you know there are people far away in this world who have the same concerns as you and deeply understand what you go through in this world. love you all. keep doing the great work.

Dec 22nd
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H Yi

omg. Amanda, I am you. you put into words what I didn't even know how to explain even to myself. from trying to protect my neurodivergent kids from the judgement and harsh life to me finding how to accept myself. that touched me to the core. thank you for sharing and verbalizing that so well.

Dec 15th
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Berit Talan

Amazing episode. Thank you so much.

Dec 14th
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Noora a

💞💞

Dec 14th
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Tawnya

the song brings tears to my eyes every time I listen to it. Ive sent it to each of my kids and reminded them that we can do hard things

Nov 17th
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Tawnya

thank you for being so real and honest. for just being yourselves! all three of you are a fresh of breath air! I've told all my friends and even my husband they need to listen to your podcast and how it mak s me smile and makes me happy. I have listened and relistened to all of your podcast! my husband is even listening to them and then comes and talks to me about them and it's helped us understand each other better and ourselves!!!! thank you thank you thank you!!!!!

Nov 17th
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SW

Thank you for this! I am in law enforcement and am always having to “prove” myself to do my job. Love your podcasts!! Thank you for all you do ❤️

Nov 3rd
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Julianne Misner

I went to see about a girl♡

Oct 24th
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