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Check out my conversation with Kristie Salter!

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We talk about:

  • the path to becoming an RMT
  • the connection between mental and physical health
  • living as a working professional with ADHD
  • getting diagnosed with ADHD
  • various ways Kristie treats her ADHD
  • the transition to using cannabis as medicine
  • resilience and life after big traumatic events
  • how Kristie’s work keeps her well

and more!

 

Featured Tunes:
Picture of Health by Muncie Girls
It’s Gonna Rain All Day by Dan Adriano in the Emergency Room
Gold Guns Girls by Metric
You Were Right by Cuff the Duke

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Check out my conversation with David Sheffield!

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We talk about:

“Explore Asset-Based Community Development, a tool for connecting and resourcing those who desire to build healthy and vibrant communities. With 20 years of experience in community development, guest presenter, Jonathan Massimi, Community Centres Supervisor for the City of Kitchener, believes if properly guided people can become architects of their own future.

This free, participatory workshop is presented with the financial support of Northumberland United Way. Thanks to the congregation of Grace Church for sharing their space for this Community 101 presentation.”

  • How David stays well in his line of work
  • How David balances his growing family of adult children and grandkids with his community work

and more!

 

Featured Tunes:

Crush Me by The Muffs
Ordinary Day by Great Big Sea
NDN Kars by A Tribe Called Red
Pimmel by The Muffs

 

Check out my interview with Maureen Pollard!

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Maureen has worked in the field of social work since 1991. In private practice since 2011, Maureen is a specialist in traumatic bereavement, helping individuals, families and groups navigate life after losses, including pregnancy and infant loss, child death, suicide loss, homicide loss and sudden or accidental death. Maureen is a certified Compassionate Bereavement Care provider, and she is trained in RTS Bereavement Care (Resolve Through Sharing). In June 2019, she published The Twentieth Year: A Memoir of Miscarriage, a book that tells the story of her journey through multiple miscarriages to parenthood, and how her personal grief experiences influences her work.

 

Social work website: maureenpollardmsw.com 

Author website: maureenmwrites.com

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MaureenPollardMSW/

Twitter and Instagram handle: @rhythmsinlife 

We talk about:

  • What inspired her to get into social work and specialize in the things she does
  • What kind of training she draws from in her professional practice
  • Her book, “The Twentieth Year: Memoirs of Miscarriage”
  • The process of writing and publishing her book
  • Being public about recurrent miscarriage and early pregnancy
  • Pregnancy after recurrent miscarriage
  • Grief and peoples’ reactions to it
  • How to maintain professional boundaries as someone working with people who have also experienced recurrent pregnancy loss (and other types of traumatic loss)
  • What Maureen wants people to know about recurrent pregnancy loss
  • What Maureen wants youth and parents of youth to know about mental health and suicide
  • How Maureen’s work has contributed to her being well

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Featured Music by:

Sincere Engineer
David Newland
Ellen Torrie
Cale Crowe

 

LISTEN TO THE EPISODE HERE!

 

Check out my conversation with Adilson Jacobs!
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We talk about WWOOFING at Fifth Wind Farm, picking up guitar and developing songwriting and recording skills during his travels, and all the unreal experiences that have got him where he is.

I’m also proud to announce that we’ll be playing a recording of one of Adilson’s original songs for the very first time!

Don’t miss it, this guy has quite the story.

Featured Tunes:

wish you were gay by Billie Eilish
Lip Service by Natalie Sweet
Hope by Adilson
Enjoy the Silence by Depeche Mode

Check out my conversation with Sarah Kennedy of Lakeview Doggy Daycare and Boarding!

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We talk about:
– Sarah’s love for dogs and her daily tasks at the kennel
– How Sarah got to a place where she owns her own business
– Sarah’s other random skills (she’s a costumer!!)
– What Sarah needs from her clients to make for the best experience for everyone (especially their pups!)
– An update on the renovations currently happening at the kennel
– Why Lakeview doesn’t discriminate against breeds or use cages
PMDD, self-diagnosis, and barriers to talking about and treating women’s health
– Sarah’s volunteer work with Take Back the Night: Port Hope
and more!

Featured Tunes by:
Wayne Kennedy
Avem
Backyard Riot
Deviants and the Odd Man Out

Check out my conversation with Jeff Wheeldon! (And check out conversation from last year here!)

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My mom always told me never to talk to my friends about politics or religion, but those are things Jeff and I are both super into SO here goes… don’t miss it!

Featured Tunes:

Don’t Go Near the Water by Beach Boys
Watch It Die by Bad Religion
The Eco Terrorist in Me by Rise Against
Natural Disasters by Propagandhi