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Motivation Unleashed: Inspiring Voices, Cinematic Triumphs, and Life's Little Lessons
22-01-2024
Motivation Unleashed: Inspiring Voices, Cinematic Triumphs, and Life's Little Lessons
Today's episode of "What She Said" is a celebration of empowerment, resilience, and the unique bonds we share. We open with Jam Gamble, a respected advocate for amplifying voices and the founder of Slay the Mic. Jam discusses empowering women to use their voices confidently, sharing her journey and the impact of speaking up in various aspects of life. Anne Brodie brings us her latest entertainment picks, featuring strong female leads in 'Origin' by Ava Duvernay, 'Memory' with Jessica Chastain, and 'The Braid,' a tribute to women's determination. Renowned journalist and author Pamela Wallin shares delightful stories from her book, 'CATS: True Tails and Life Lessons From A Purring Companion,' co-authored by her Siamese cat, Kitty. This book explores the unique bond between cats and their humans, offering enchanting tales for cat lovers and the curious alike. Lara Wellman, author of "You're Not Lazy," joins us to talk about her journey from self-doubt to self-acceptance. Lara challenges societal expectations and advocates for a kinder approach to personal growth and resolutions. Our final guest is Kellina Powell, a deaf motivational speaker and coach. Kellina's story of resilience and empowerment despite her hearing impairment is a source of hope and motivation, showcasing the power of overcoming obstacles. Join us for an episode filled with inspiration, entertainment, heartwarming stories, and empowering conversations. "What She Said" is here to uplift and motivate you through these winter days. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Breaking Barriers: Stalking Laws, Sober Living, and Strength in Womanhood
15-01-2024
Breaking Barriers: Stalking Laws, Sober Living, and Strength in Womanhood
Today's episode of "What She Said" brings a series of empowering and enlightening discussions. We open with Julie Lalonde, a prominent women’s rights advocate, to talk about her latest endeavor, the Canadian Anti-Stalking Association. This new organization is set to revolutionize support and advocacy for stalking survivors, aiming to change laws and provide essential education. Halfway through Dry January, Sarah Kate, founder of Some Good Clean Fun, shares her journey and insights on an alcohol-free lifestyle. We'll explore the benefits and challenges of sobriety and hear Sarah's expert tips for those on this path. Fitness expert Alyssa Ages joins us to debunk myths about women and weightlifting. Alyssa will highlight the empowering benefits of strength training for women, challenging the misconceptions and encouraging a healthier approach to fitness. In our Care to Know segment, Dr. Christine Palmay discusses Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM), a crucial but often under-discussed topic in women's health. We're bringing this conversation to the forefront, exploring the condition and its treatments. Closing the show, author Misty Pratt delves into her book 'All in Her Head,' which examines gender bias in mental health care. Misty's insights shed light on the unique challenges women face and the systemic changes needed for their well-being. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices