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Best Midlife Crisis We podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Midlife Crisis We podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Hosted by Imi Barneaud, entrepreneur and mum, The Oceanriders Podcast is a series of weekly conversations with creatives, entrepreneurs, thinkers and dreamers who also happen to be surfers. Surfers from all walks of life share how surfing has affected their lifestyle and careers. Guests share how they have crafted or landed their dream job: a job that enables them to chase waves. Find out how you can too...
 
Eavesdrop on three Jungian analysts as they engage in lively, sometimes irreverent conversations about a wide range of topics. Join them for discussion of news events, family dynamics, personal issues and more as they share what it’s like to see the world through the depth psychological lens provided by CG Jung. Half of each episode is spent discussing a dream submitted by a listener. Lisa, Joseph and Deb went through their Jungian training together, becoming friends and developing working p ...
 
Episodes help Midlife Women with health, relationships, confidence and finances. Interviews with Experts or Jean sharing her experience PATTERN INTERRUPT - Brief talks by Jean about the unseen effects of the COVID-19 Lock-down on our lives now and into the future. She predicts the consequences will fall most heavily on Midlife Women but provide them with great opportunities too.
 
YSiG is a podcast that explores what treasures we can mine from the lowest moments of our lives. From the micro to the macro; ie a most embarrassing moment to a full blown midlife crisis. There is always something we can first find humor in... and then alchemize the rest from traumatic to wisdom. Yeah, you just might find enlightenment! If not... you'll definitely find permission, that you don't need, to fully integrate your most unlovable traits and shameful stories of your own. Your spinou ...
 
This podcast is developed for an audience who are interested in characters who are successful by being different, outsiders, creative thinkers in business and in life. Our listeners are interested in their own future potential through deep learning, human endeavour, achievement and who particularly enjoy inspirational stories that challenge the status quo.
 
Is the realization you are officially “middle aged” totally screwing with your head? Does the fact that all the favorite bands of your youth are now doing “reunion tours” give you a paradoxical feeling of joyful melancholy? Does realizing you can’t lecture your kid about their tattoos and/or piercings without them bringing up yours give you a headache? Wondering how in the hell you are still out marching about the same bullshit you were back in your Riot Grrrl days? Well you are not alone! L ...
 
Does the advice ‘just follow your passion’ make you tired or are you weary of seeing middle aged women portrayed as helpless victims of their hormones? You’re not a Millennial, but you’re also not over the hill yet. Do you find yourself somewhere more in the...middle? Then join Lana, Jen, and Tara, who offer a fresh, positive take on mid life--because it’s not a crisis! Sandwiched between boomers and millennials, this podcast is for Gen Xers who know midlife isn’t about trying to look like t ...
 
Like hearing three Renaissance men talk about relationships, smoking meat, fantasy sports, and dare I say the cliche...life? Need a break from the kids every few weeks? Some call Brett, Dan, and Matt “heroes”, “superstars”, or even “the hot dads gang”. However, no one calls them late for dinner, and if we are being honest, it is mainly because they are the ones cooking dinner. Dads’ Dugout is a show for guys who are just trying to figure out this parenting thing. Hell, it's for anyone trying ...
 
Hi, we're Liz Gumbinner and Kristen Chase of CoolMomPicks.com and parents to six kids between us, that we know of. We've got a microphone and more than the two minutes the Today Show gives us, and we're not afraid to use them. Join us (and some awesome celebrity guests) for candid parenting culture discussions, non-judgy (mostly) tips, and a good dose of humor, if we've had enough coffee. Which is always. Named a top podcast by The Washington Post, Mental Floss, Business Insider and Fatherly ...
 
The Anxiety Hour is a program where we meet and profile interesting people, and explore parts of their lives that aren’t always seen. In short we’re asking, what are you afraid of? But more broadly, we're aiming to break out of the usual mental health conversations to highlight our shared experiences and feelings. Now, at this point it sounds kind of heavy, but trust us mental health isn’t always sad. Often it’s weird, funny, frustrating and even uplifting.
 
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This week, Emily Peck, Felix Salmon, and Anna Szymanski discuss the Robinhood app that’s gamifying the stock market, Quibi’s big failure, and the rising number of food insecure children in the US. In the Slate Plus segment: PPP shaming. Slate Money Live 7/15 at 7pm: https://slate.com/live/wednesday-night-live-with-slate-money.html Email: slatemoney…
 
The religious instinct is as basic as the need for food or shelter. Psyche seeks and selects a central, organizing life principle whether consciously or unconsciously chosen. Secular deities range from food, money, or even science, to the gods of addiction; false gods lie behind neuroses and pathology. Traditional religions and cosmologies offer co…
 
Thank you for listening, sharing, subscribing, rating & reviewing but most of all for feeling, learning and connecting, I'm so glad you're here. It is my honor to present my guest, Laura Anderson. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Tennessee, Professor of Psychology, and an Approved Supervisor through the American Assoc…
 
Over the last couple of weeks, many schools have been releasing their plans for fall, and not surprisingly, it's all the parents in our social media feed are talking about. We recently featured a post about things to consider if you're thinking about homeschooling this fall by our Editor Kate Etue that was so popular with our readers that we decide…
 
Peter Fabor started out in surfing as a sport which eventually turned into a lifestyle. He makes sure that his travels and entrepreneurial ventures include surfing. He founded Surf Office, a one-stop-shop for anyone organizing company retreats. Along with this, his side hustles also include Surfpreneurs Club, a platform for passionate surfers with …
 
This week, Emily Peck, Felix Salmon, and Anna Szymanski discuss the advertising boycott of Facebook, environmental, social, and governance investing, and the implications of the latest jobs report. In the Slate Plus segment: Netflix. Email: slatemoney@slate.com Podcast production by Jessamine Molli. Twitter: @felixsalmon, @Three_Guineas, @EmilyRPec…
 
Thank you for listening, sharing, subscribing, rating & reviewing but most of all for feeling, learning and connecting, I'm so glad you're here. It is my honor to present my guest, Jennifer Blossom Jenn Blossom, M.S. is an educator at heart. As a podcaster herself, she she is using her voice and her experiences to bring awareness to trauma; sharing…
 
Jung discovered the psyche’s dissociative nature through his Word Association Test. Subjects would delay or make nonsensical responses to ordinary words associated with troublesome personal memories or traumas. Dissociation, our autonomous psychic “circuit breaker,” exists on a spectrum from ”spacing out” to disorders that interfere with life funct…
 
Fred is the co-founder of Finder, a global personal finance comparison website, which attracts over 10 million visitors each month. Fred has over 400 staff across six offices, and Finder operates in over 80 countries, worldwide. Fred Schebesta is an international speaker, serial entrepreneur, advisor, award-winning digital marketer, author, media c…
 
Brianne West is the founder of the world’s most sustainable beauty brand, Ethique. She is on a mission to rid the world of plastic waste. Brianne is a qualified biologist; she started her business by creating solid beauty bars in her kitchen in 2012. She has built Ethique from the ground up, with the global brand now valued at more than $100 millio…
 
Even in tough times, we still need to allow ourselves time for play, creativity, and yes, even romance, which is why we're welcoming back author and dad Robert Wilder for a special Meet Cute - Spawned crossover episode. Since he was last on the show back in February when Meet Cute, which produces short form audio rom-coms, had launched, the world h…
 
Thank you for listening, sharing, subscribing, rating & reviewing but most of all for feeling, learning and connecting, I'm so glad you're here! It is my honor to present my guest, Edita Maloku. As an amuse bouche to Trauma Bonds and Attachment Theory, a podcast episode coming next week, we lay some groundwork & context about what’s informing our a…
 
The transcendent function comes in all sizes, from “aha” moments to epiphanies. A new orientation to a dilemma arrives unthought, recognized, and right. Perhaps there is a moment where loneliness gives way to solitude, or heartbreak yields to a larger sense of self. Apprehension of a new attitude--sunlight breaking through clouds--has overcome the …
 
Prolific author and writer Ada Calhoun is out with her latest book, Why We Can't Sleep: Women's New Midlife Crisis, an absolutely fascinating book for every GenX woman in her 40s and 50s (and thereabouts). She reminds us that everything we're going through right now, we're DEFINITELY not alone! Liz has a terrific talk with to help more of us see wh…
 
Philipp Hartmann, an amazing big wave surfer and the founder of Dadicateddotcom, has an amazingly interesting anecdote on being a dad. It was a long and tough journey before he finally became one. And surprising how life granted his petition- he was blessed with five kids in a span of only 13 months! That’s a lot for a short period of time and Phil…
 
Thank you for listening, sharing, subscribing, rating & reviewing but most of all for feeling, learning and connecting, I'm so glad you're here. It is my honor to present my guest, Natasha Tiwari, to have a deep and interesting conversation about understanding the architecture of the mind. Natasha has been featured on BBC World, as well as GQ, Mari…
 
James Hollis, noted Jungian scholar, teacher and author, joined us to discuss resilience. His new book, Living Between Worlds: Finding Personal Resilience in Changing Times, will be available on Amazon in mid-June. When life rhythms and habits are suspended or upended, we may find ourselves adrift. What supports us then? For most of history institu…
 
Katie and Loni are back with an episode they recorded the last week in May. They held off on posting this episode for a couple weeks because it just felt gross to put something light hearted up in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and the subsequent demonstrations. The bulk of this episode discusses some big changes coming to the podcast format (al…
 
Why do dads always get all the credit for being fun? Moms are fun too! On this special Father's Day episode of Spawned, we're chatting with dad, magician and Netflix star Justin Willman. Do you love Magic for Humans as much as we do? Then you're going to love this episode! He's got lots of tips and actual magic tricks we can do with our kids. Plus,…
 
Big news, Spawned listeners: We're so excited to launch the new Out-Tech Your Kids Podcast, designed to help you become a smarter digital parent in just 15 minutes each week. No judgments, no jargon-y lesson about the the history of the CPU processor. Just tech-positive answers to parents' top questions, to help us all raise a generation of respons…
 
Cathy O’Neil is back! She joins Felix Salmon, Emily Peck and Anna Szymanski to explain why COVID-19 models are confusing, talk about the media world’s big reckoning with its own racism, and discuss the Ford Foundation’s new bonds plan. In the Slate Plus segment: A tech startup that’s trying to detect women’s orgasm. Email: slatemoney@slate.com Podc…
 
Thank you for listening, sharing, subscribing, rating & reviewing but most of all for feeling, learning and connecting, I'm so glad you're here. It was my honor and pleasure to have Tara-Nicholle Nelson as my guest today for some conversation from the spiritual community on the current moment. Tara has been featured in Time, Forbes, The New York Ti…
 
We understand that everyone is at different stages when it comes to understanding, internalizing, and speaking out against systemic racism and Black Lives Matter. So we're grateful that Rene Syler, an incredible, experienced broadcast journalist, witty author, prolific public speaker, and Black mom of two lent us her time and her voice this week to…
 
Racial injustice takes one’s breath away. It reaches back to the psychic asphyxiations of the Middle Passage, slavery, and Jim Crow—cut-offs from home, family, freedom and justice. Racism persists in systemic inequities and ongoing instances of police violence. The death of George Floyd, handcuffed, pleading, and unable to breathe, has inspired a c…
 
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