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Author: Rachel Hollis & Dave Hollis

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RISE Together is more than just a conversation about this relationship. Each episode is filled with tangible advice that will get you and your partner to be the best version of yourselves. Hosted by New York Times Bestselling Author and Hollis Co CCO Rachel Hollis and Hollis Co CEO Dave Hollis,
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38: Five Things You’ve Always Wanted to Ask A Sex Therapist with Vanessa Marin
Today on Rise Together, we’re at it again. Conquering the butterflies in our stomach to talk about the thing that we all want to talk about, but sometimes have trouble with. And this time we brought in a dang expert! Vanessa Marin is a brilliant sex therapist who has been featured in O Magazine, Refinery29, Real Simple, and so many more. In the episode, we talk about conquering shame and being open with your partner about your sex life, what to do if you and your partner have different sex drives, and how to prioritize intimacy even when you are crazy busy. It’s a wonderful and open conversation and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Just probably not with kids in the car. Vanessa was nice enough to put together some free resources if you want to learn more about what you heard in the episode —> www.vmtherapy.com/risetogetherFollow her on Instagram at @vanessamarintherapyExciting news: Rachel has launched a coaching series! If you loved this episode, you'll also love her two live monthly classes. Life coaching, for those looking to improve in their relationships, health, and personal life, and business coaching, for growing a revenue base, finding new clients, and marketing effectively. Find out how to join the incredible, supportive, and growing coaching community at ---> thehollisco.com/coachingBoth upcoming RISE conferences are sold out, but Health & Wellness Day tickets for Minneapolis and Dallas are still available! Own your present, and join us for some incredible, motivating speakers as tackle our perception of who we are and what we are capable of.Get tickets for Dallas —> https://www.thehollisco.com/rise-weekend-dallasGet tickets for Minneapolis —> https://www.thehollisco.com/rise-weekend 
35: Our Adoption Journey
Today on Rise Together we’re talking about something we’ve never discussed in detail with our audience, the incredible and emotionally-trying journey we took to adoption. In what ended up being 5 long years of our lives, we navigated both international and domestic adoption, becoming foster parents, and the complicated waters of state and national child-care agencies, all in the name of completing our family. It resulted in some of the toughest seasons of our lives but also the sweetest moments and we are so blessed to be able to share this story with you. If you’re interested in learning more about adoption or foster care, find as many people in your community who can share their story.  Follow folks on social who share theirs like some of our IG favorites: @elsielarson, @thisgatherednest, @theluckyfewofficial and @adopttogether.National Angels (https://www.nationalangels.org) is an organization that walks alongside children in the foster care system, as well as their caretakers, by offering consistent support through intentional giving, relationship building and mentorship.We mentioned Jen Hatmaker’s book Interrupted (https://amzn.to/2BW6sSv), it landed at a time to encourage our jumping into awesome interruption.  Our friend Heather Avis also writes the story of being called into adoption in her book The Lucky Few (https://amzn.to/2BY5EfT).—Red Alert! Girl, Stop Apologizing is incoming March 5th! Rachel records the audio and if you pre-order it right now.! amzn.to/2RxC6eYBoth upcoming RISE conferences are sold out, but Health & Wellness Day tickets for Minneapolis and Dallas are still available! Own your present, and join us for some incredible, motivating speakers as tackle our perception of who we are and what we are capable of.Get tickets for Dallas —> https://www.thehollisco.com/rise-weekend-dallasGet tickets for Minneapolis —> https://www.thehollisco.com/rise-weekend 

35: Our Adoption Journey

2019-02-2801:00:508

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Jessica Noel Ciccarelli

thank you guys for all you do! such great content consistently for busy families! my husband and i are both small business owners and we have a almost 3 year old and a dog. Our businesses are booming so many blessing flowing in but finding a way to navigate through each day, each week, each quarter, etc has def been a struggle. communicated intentional planning is absolutely awesome! cant wait to download the app and use ALL this advice. One day youll be scheduling me on your Rise podcast to talk about all my success in my cleaning business!

Mar 28th
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Erica Nicole

Jessica Noel Ciccarelli it's a little rough around the edges but it's who I am check it out

Mar 28th
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Erica Nicole

Jessica Noel Ciccarelli https://castbox.fm/va/2061795

Mar 28th
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Stacy Freeman

I really enjoyed this episode. You guys are great. 😊

Mar 21st
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Courtney Bulloch

Beautiful story! I agree we have a lot of need here in the states that people forget about. I have to say though, they make it sound like anyone who does foster care for the money is a bad person. That's like saying anyone who works at a job they like that makes a difference in the world and get paid for it are bad people. Some, like my mom, opt to do foster care because she needed to go back work but had young kids she didn't want to leave. She took very good care of the 70+ kids who came through her home (and infinitely better than a lot of the kids parents would have). Social workers even say the ones who do foster care as their jobs are the ones who stick with it and like they said in their podcast, most everywhere is in desperate need of foster parents. A lot of those rules are there for the protection of a foster parent too (allegations of abuse by meth addict parents, attacks by 7 yr olds that are used to raising themselves and don't know what a good parent looks like, etc) and that stigma that fostering as a job is evil needs to be debunked and we should lend these good foster parents support. It is a TOUGH job!

Mar 14th
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Nik Berry

I feel like I'm listening to a 12 track CD on loop

Mar 14th
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Katie Collins

Rachel and Dave, thank you for this podcast....it is brave and inspirational! My husband and I are in this space right now and it gives me hope that we are destined for exciting things if we show up for each other. Dave, I also think it is incredible brave of you to share your perceptions and beliefs from the past and how you've grown from your experiences. THANK YOU!!

Mar 11th
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Carol Leon Guerrero

This episode brought me to tears!!! God bless Noah and her lifelong journey into her forever family. ❤

Feb 28th
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Carol Leon Guerrero

5 Love languages!!! This has not only helped my husband and I...but even in other aspects of our life with others. ❤

Feb 26th
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