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Here we are with another "We Reads," show for you and yours. We hope your littles, your children and anyone else you may like to share these with continue to enjoy these episodes.
PLEASE NOTE: This particular story does have some emotional ups and downs within its pages. SPOILER: Paddington's uncle does in fact die in this story so take proper care for this information as it is withi...
This episode comes with a trigger warning. Drug use, religion and trauma are discussed throughout the episode. If these topics are not something you can safely handle please turn off the episode and we'll see you next time!
This week I sat down to discuss psychedelic drugs, meditation and religious trauma as well as the damage done via dogmatic systems.
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Kevin & Co from Twitter: @Onelilpill produced this episode of the second book from The Little Engine that Could, entitled - "I Knew You Could."
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Happy Father’s Day... Please be advised this episode comes with a light trigger warning.
This week's episode is another of the "We Reads," segments. This post comes from a piece we wrote for Defying Shadows over three years ago now. We no long write for this site, but if you're interested in seeing more about them and their work follow the link!
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Well here we are...I wasn't certain I'd be able to get this episode completed for this weeks release, but here we are. I hope you lovely listeners enjoy this week's show and get at least a little something out of it. Whether it be hope, confidence, fear or folly take what you need to hear.
Please be aware that this week's show may be triggering for some, though I won't be going into trauma details I will be disc...
This weeks episode I sat down with The Crisses to discuss some about their life and story as well as what it's like compiling an event like the Plural World Positivity Conference.
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Here we are with the second session of typically asked Dissociative Identity Disorder questions...
This week we'll be focused on relationships, mainly mine and my husbands. Thanks for joining us stay tuned to the end of the episode to hear about some exciting new apps we're pleased to be sharing with you!
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Here we are another week into Season 2 of the show... This episode we want to put a trigger warning on before you proceed because Cult abuse and different types of trauma will be discussed as well as triggers in general and some specifics. As always, please stop the episode if you find it is too much, ground yourself, and come back at a later time (or not at all). Thank you to everyone who has continued supporting us in our work an...
I imagine the excitement is grand, but bare with us and read this little description of the first Story Time!
Welcome, we're glad you're here, but let's discuss this weeks book for a moment and what is best for all of you...
1. This book may be a bit frightening at times for very young (young thinking) individuals, parts/alters/headmates, what have you.
2. There are a few chase scenes, it can be quite exciting to pict...
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