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How much strength is required to raise two small children? How about two small children and a dwindling income? Add two small chilldren, dwindling income and a partner whose narcissism can no longer be denied? Add to this pile of life a... more

Our culture demands forgiveness, even to the point of protecting pedophiles at the expense of their prey, our children. Nancy Richards, who experienced horrific abuse at the hands of her mother and her mother's partners, writes sparingly of... more

The history of women especially women who break into new territory often lags behind what many regard as more exciting events. Not so with Linda Strader who found herself one of the first women to belong to a crew of fire fighters. She had... more

The Higgs Boson or so called God Particle has dedicated scientists round the globe stopped in their tracks. But then, their tracks are mighty dusty and the only way to track a Higgs Boson or so-called God Particle is through the trail... more

With Catherine Sword as my co-host we playfully check out the ideas around clutter: what causes it, how to fix it, and whether even talking about this on a podcast constitutes a kind of clutter!

Until recently scientists did not know why our immune cells, called White Cells, did not recognize Cancer cells as toxic. It is the job of our White Cells to taste (literally) the cells in our bodies to determine which ones are healthy and which... more

Used to be three at most titles defined all you needed to know about gender: hetero, gay or lesbian. Since the 1960's an increasing explosion in how people identify with their bodies, or with their souls, or with what urges they experience... more

A medittator with over three decades of practice, an herbalist who gives workshops and leads others to understand the nature of the elements, the elementals and more, and a poet whose breath from childhood has concerned... more

Melissa Burch, photojournalist, film maker, feminist struggled behind enemy lines in Afghanistan through war, weather, discrimination, near rape and more. Her adventure captured in her memoir "My Journey Through War and Peace" regales... more

Listen in to Rebecca describe her struggle to rise through the chaos of her divorce, at the exact time as her beloved mother's diagnosis with cancer. The two blows created real pain but Rebecca's strong focus and two children who... more

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