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What does it mean to live a good life? What's the role of happiness, meaning, work, love, purpose, kindness, friendship, and more? How do status, circumstance, gender, privilege, race, identity, and more play into the quest to live your best life? These are the questions and topics we explore every week in conversation with leading voices in art, science, industry, and culture, from Brené Brown, Matthew McConaughey, & Bishop Michael Curry, to Austin Channing Brown, Glennon Doyle, Julián Cast ...
 
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) was created by a woman named Marsha Linehan in the 1980s. The skills she created are now taught all over the world. DBT can improve depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and other mental health struggles. We are Kate and Michelle, two mental health therapists in Seattle, WA. We have been teaching DBT groups as a team for years. Whether you've never heard of DBT before or are experienced with DBT skills, this podcast is here to help you use D ...
 
Have you ever wondered what happens when women take off their heels for the day and unwind with a glass of red or a finger or two of whiskey? What stories would they tell? What meetings have they walked into unannounced to take back the power? If These Heels Could Talk takes you behind the scenes with two women in the business world who have seen it all. They’ve been at the bottom of the ladder and the top of the ladder. They’ve been underestimated and they’ve had their ideas stolen. And the ...
 
Current strategies to successfully influence public policy and engage in advocacy, even in unpredictable times. Discover how to make real connections with elected officials and key decision influencers and how to effectively tell your story for maximum benefit. Join host Cori Henderson, MPA to learn the secrets used by public affairs professionals so you can raise your organization’s profile and have your voice heard by policymakers for the right reasons. Because 2020 made it clear that no o ...
 
The journey to parenthood can be a difficult one. For many, fertility can be one of life's greatest challenges. Join me, Emma Gilmartin, as I talk to people with all different types of experiences, including stories of loss and grief but also, and most importantly, stories of strength and hope. We’ll talk openly about different challenges, including miscarriage, recurrent loss, unexplained infertility, IVF and more. And provide you with advice, support and comfort. You’re not alone in this.
 
Join Utah’s First Lady Abby Cox and her friends for timely and candid conversations with fascinating people with unique perspectives in an effort to unite us all through our common humanity. Each week, Abby dives into discussions on topics ranging from education to motherhood to mental health and beyond. Abby is an outspoken advocate for “getting proximate” with people who have different viewpoints, and using her platform as Utah’s First Lady to combat the empathy crisis our country is facin ...
 
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In Walk it Out with Tricia Goyer we discover what it means to follow God and be swept away on a journey of a lifetime. Tricia Goyer explores what radical obedience to God's Word looks like. It's time to hear from God lovers who dared to say yes. Listen in to heart-to-heart chats and learn how others overcome doubts and fears. Discover how God uses ordinary people to impact others one step at a time. If you're ready to get radical, get going, and make a difference in this world, you're in the ...
 
Everything is Connected is about finding meaning in our lives. Each episode makes the case that our spiritual pursuits are rewarded wherever and whenever we find authentic connection with the experiences and people who make life worth living. With host Jonathan Blake as your guide, you'll get to know fascinating guest artists, creators, and thinkers who are helping us to live with purpose. Jonathan Blake is a rabbi, author, and media personality, and serves as the spiritual leader of Westche ...
 
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Danielle Henderson is a TV writer, former editor for Rookie, cohost of the film podcast I Saw What You Did, and author of the achingly poignant and funny memoir, The Ugly Cry. Abandoned at ten years old by a mother who chose her drug-addicted, abusive boyfriend, she was raised by grandparents who thought their child-rearing days had ended in the 19…
 
Imagine 3 adult siblings with respectful relationships who primarily see each other during holidays. Imagine now that these 3 siblings are faced with planning a parent’s funeral and dissolving a household, estate, and life. The amount of time and work this creates is like another job. And it requires all siblings to step into the challenge in diffe…
 
Many people who eventually arrive at DBT have experienced some kind of trauma in their lives and may meet criteria for a diagnosis of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). Though DBT was not designed to treat trauma, in this monthly episode, Kate and Michelle talk about the criteria for PTSD and what DBT skills they believe may best help. TRIGGER …
 
This past year and a half has pushed many of us to the brink, in a lot of ways. Relationships. Work. Physical and mental health. It’s tested nearly every system, thought, belief, tool, practice and resource we rely on to find peace, ease, solace, hope, resilience, and grace. Over the years, we’ve had the great fortune to be able to sit down with ma…
 
For better or worse, money is a necessary part of life. Kate and Michelle both share their personal histories with money and how this has influenced Kate to be more of a "spender" and Michelle to be more of a "saver." They both offer insights into how to become better balanced with both saving and spending. TRIGGER WARNING: Please note that materia…
 
In this week's episode, Utah's First Lady Abby Cox is joined by Tammy Pearson (Beaver County Commissioner) to talk about growing up in the ranching and farming lifestyle in Hinckley, UT, the best qualities that come along with rural living, and how ranching has been affected by COVID-19 and one of the worst droughts in recent memory. Then Tammy tal…
 
A member of the iconic Destiny's Child supergroup, along with Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Rowland, on the surface, Michelle Williams lived a life people dreamed of. Yet, on the inside, things were not as they seemed. Living under the weight of depression and anxiety, Michelle hid the darkness that had been with her since her teens. The blend of press…
 
It’s not about how much your product or service costs. It’s about the value of that product or service in your client’s mind. It’s not about who sees your ad. It’s about what your ad says (or doesn’t say) that creates desire. Marketing isn’t advertising. But strong marketing and strong advertising emanate from the same place - understanding your br…
 
[TW: talking about miscarriage, ectopic loss, PTSD and suicidal thoughts] In this latest episode, Emma is joined by her colleague and friend Michelle to talk openly about two ectopic pregnancies, early miscarriage, IVF and PTSD. It's a very raw and honest chat. Michelle talks about the impact her experiences and losses have had on her mental health…
 
Want to be great at something you love? Don’t follow the age-old tropes. For decades, we’ve been told that, in order to become truly great at anything, we need to devote ourselves to thousands of hours of deliberate practice or have mad talent. Even better if you have both. But, what if that was a lie? Or, at least not the full picture? What if the…
 
If I said the words, “I know this much is true,” a certain generation of humans would immediately start humming along with the lyric and the unforgettable melody from the iconic Spandau Ballet song, simply titled True. As the songwriter and guitarist for ‘80s music phenom, Gary Kemp wrote True, along with 23 hit singles, and the band’s androgynous,…
 
There are obvious differences, like holidays that are religion-based. And there are subtle and individual differences, like Memorial Day feeling different for a family that has lost a loved one in military service. But relatively recently, more mainstream media attention has been focused on what might be termed political or historical holidays, lik…
 
If you’re ever heard the term, “highly sensitive person,” or even been called highly sensitive and maybe even recoiled a bit when that happen, you’ll be deeply moved by the work of today’s guest, Dr. Elaine Aron. She first identified high sensitivity as a distinct character trait more than 25 years ago, introducing the term “Highly Sensitive Person…
 
Kate and Michelle discuss personal challenges with finding confidence throughout their lives and share how they help their clients work on becoming more self-confident. TRIGGER WARNING: Please note that material that may be triggering is discussed from 5:30-6:55. If you'd like to join the Facebook group, go to: www.facebook.com/groups/thecouchandth…
 
In this week's episode, Utah's First Lady Abby Cox is joined by Kirsten Rappleye (Director of First Lady’s Initiatives) to announce our new book club segment for the show that will drop on August 5th, why we picked "Permission to Feel" by Marc Brackett Ph.D. to be our first book, and some of the ways that you can be a part of the episode! Then we t…
 
A refugee at the age of two, Ocean Vuong and his mom found themselves fleeing Saigon, Vietnam, traveling across the globe, then dropped into a world that was simultaneously a source of renewal and safety, while also delivering a daily dose of profound othering. The English language came slowly to Ocean, struggling to read at the age of 11. But, ove…
 
In marketing, we work to create value in the audience’s mind. But when the entire value is driven by marketing and not the laws of supply and demand, does that leave us vulnerable to the ‘next big thing’ that undermines our value? The diamond industry is a great example. Now that man-made alternatives are readily available, much more accessible, an…
 
Dallas Graham never planned to help kids tell their life stories. A fiercely creative and compassionate Salt Lake City graphic designer, poet, and writer, he’s worked on a wide variety of projects over the years. But, his experience of one particular moment, family and child, would change everything. Setting him down a path to blend everything he’d…
 
In this week's episode, Utah's First Lady Abby Cox is joined by Michelle Love-Day (Founder of RISE Virtual Academy) to talk about growing up in Lorain, OH, and how the culture helped her developed a sense of pride in her hometown. She also talks about finding her passion for being an educator at a young age and how her family's history helped shape…
 
Glennon Doyle is an activist and founder and president of Together Rising an all-women-led foundation that has revolutionized grassroots philanthropy – raising over $30 million for women, families, and children in crisis. She is also the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Untamed (https://amzn.to/3hmqKIX), a Reese’s Book Club selection, whi…
 
Read any professional job description and it will describe a linear path toward the open position: this degree, this many years of experience, and this background. And in the next sentence, the job description will talk about initiative (self-starter!) and drive to succeed. It will describe a company that values resilience and being open to change.…
 
June 2021 is the charity Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death) Awareness Month, which aims to shine a light on the amazing work the charity does to reduce the number of babies dying and to ensure that anyone affected by the death of a baby in the UK receives the best possible care and support for as long as they need it. To celebrate 'Sands Always …
 
It seems, every time I sit down with my friend, illustrator, fine artist, and author Lisa Congdon, she’s in a moment of transformation. Truth is, it’s a bit of a perpetual state for her. Lisa is best known for her colorful, graphic drawings and hand lettering. Her work appears in private collections, merchandise, textiles, apparel, and a wide array…
 
In this week's episode, Utah's First Lady Abby Cox is joined by Becky Pickle (Chick-fil-A Franchisee, President-Elect on the Board of Trustees for the Road Home) to talk about her journey as an entrepreneur, owning and operating Chick-fil-A restaurants, and all of the different ways she's able to help throughout the community. Becky also opens up a…
 
Kate and Michelle share their personal experiences with pregnancy loss, abortion and infertility. They both share what has been helpful for them when healing from these losses. TRIGGER WARNING: This episode may be triggering in general for those who have experienced any kind of pregnancy, abortion or infertility loss. Specific triggering material i…
 
When Glo Atamno stepped on a plane with a one-way ticket and $500 years back, she knew she wanted a life that was different from the one she was expected to live, one filled with adventure, one that broke the mold of how others had always told her life was “supposed” to be lived. What’s unfolded has been a life of not just adventure, but also profo…
 
It’s not that you think you’re wrong. You know you’re right. But you also know that women get negative feedback from others (women and men), when we insist on getting what we want - what we order in a restaurant, what we pay for at the auto mechanics, what we need from our doctors. A purist may say that holding our space is important in every situa…
 
Would it surprise you to learn that the depth and quality of your relationships is the single biggest determinant of a life well-lived? Well, that’s what one of the longest-running studies on human flourishing, the Grant study, showed. But, chances are, you don’t need data to believe that. You just need to look at your life, and the lives of those …
 
In this week's episode, Utah's First Lady Abby Cox is joined by Pamela Atkinson (Advisor to the Governor) to talk about growing up in Kent, England, how seeing families with wealth inspired her to focus on her education to get out of impoverished conditions, and how she feels about being "Utah's Mother Teresa". Then Pamela opens up about the miscon…
 
It’s one thing to feel uncomfortable around others, especially new people in a new environment. But, it’s another thing when those feelings fuel anxiety and, potentially, even panic and dread. And as we all emerge back into a more peopled daily life, social anxiety can be a very real issue. So, we’re sharing this Best Of conversation with clinical …
 
You might be overlooking talent and leadership in your organization and not even know it. Many times, introverts are uncomfortable speaking up in meetings, voicing ideas, or even just so overwhelmed by the social interactions that the meetings are uncomfortable. If this is your only interaction with some of your staff, it may be the only way you ca…
 
If you’re like most people, there’s a certain amount of chatter that goes on in your head throughout the day. But, did you know that inner dialogue can have a profound effect on nearly every aspect of your life? Today’s guest, Ethan Kross, is one of the world’s leading experts on controlling the conscious mind. An award-winning professor and bestse…
 
WIO #170: Husband Auditions with Angela Ruth StrongWhat if you were a romance author and you decided that romance was simply an illusion? What if you then discovered a love that will last only find out you have cancer? As writers, we create all types of conflict for our characters, but conflict in real life often brings us to our knees. I'll be tal…
 
Kate and Michelle are joined by a special guest, Emily Wood. Emily and Kate both share their personal struggles with setting boundaries. Emily talks about how to embrace boundaries as a form of self-care and to let go of responsibility for others' responses. TRIGGER WARNING: Material that may be triggering is discussed from 12:25-14:10 and from 16:…
 
In this week's episode, Utah's First Lady Abby Cox is joined by Brian Garrett and Rob Matheny to talk about the moment they knew that they were not like everyone else in Utah, the fear they originally felt for coming, the work that the military is doing to support the LGBTQ+ community. Then we talk about the increased suicide rates within the LGBTQ…
 
The world of medicine is in a place of profound disruption, and that’s a really good thing. Because things have needed to change for a long time. That’s why I’m so glad to be able to sit down with an old friend today, Dr. Aviva Romm, who is my go-to doc for a better understanding fact from fiction, and where the world of medicine is headed, in no s…
 
If you think buying or selling a home has you prepared for the commercial real estate rollercoaster, think again. There’s a reason the game Monopoly is all about becoming a tycoon by buying residential real estate - between zoning, the Small Business Association, permits, tax incentive programs, and the National Historic Registry, buying commercial…
 
[TW: talking about miscarriage and loss in the second trimester] In this latest episode, Emma is joined by her friend Susie to talk openly about recurrent loss, including losing a baby in the second trimester. Susie talks movingly about her experiences and losing her daughter Beau, the care the family received from NHS staff and charity Sands, as w…
 
How does the neuroscience of attention affect nearly every aspect of our capacity to live good lives? How can we harness tech as a tool to help our brains be more, rather than less present and aware? What do psychedelics and neuroscience have to do with each other, and how might both work together to profoundly improve our experience of life? These…
 
In this week's episode, Utah's First Lady Abby Cox is joined by Richard Ostler to talk about how Utah has been so influential in his life both growing up and as an adult, his advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community, and understanding the issues that are affecting Utahns by learning to listen. Then Richard talks about gender dysphoria, the dangers of sham…
 
Today’s episode is special, it’s a unique meditation deep dive that brings together the deep, research-driven insights from Daniel Goleman, best known for his work on Emotional Intelligence, as well as his book, Altered Traits. Daniel takes us into the science behind meditation and also asks a surprising question - what if popular wisdom and scienc…
 
It’s often described as a cup. Our cups are over-full or not full enough. With things that have physical limitations, like a building or a production line, we talk about capacity. The number of people a building can hold. The number of widgets a line can produce in an hour or a day. Capacity is all around us as entrepreneurs and small business owne…
 
What happens when the thing you’ve loved since you were a kid, the thing that led you to become an 11-time NBA All-star, and two-time champion, playing alongside the best in the world, comes to a cataclysmic end at the age of 31? Leaving you to figure out what to do with the rest of your life? That is exactly what happened to this week’s guest, Chr…
 
WIO #169: The Power of Writing It Down with Allison Fallon. Can good things come to those who write? Today's guest Allison Fallon knows that most people think of writing as a chore, but she considers it self-care. And, after this interview, I agree! For link on everything we chatted about in this episode, visit: HTTP://triciagoyer.com/169 --- Suppo…
 
Kate and Michelle are joined by a special guest, Rachel Elder. Rachel and Michelle both share their personal experiences with transitional anxiety. Rachel talks about the importance of finding connection with others during transitions for support and manifesting positive outcomes when transitions are occurring. If you'd like to join the Facebook gr…
 
In this week's episode, Utah's First Lady Abby Cox is joined by Emilee Pehrson to talk about what her childhood was like growing up in Fairview with cystic fibrosis, the support she received from her family, including her older brother and Utah Governor, Spencer Cox, and how her relationship with hospitals has evolved throughout the years. Emilee t…
 
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