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November 28th, 2016    

Episode 174: It Came From The Whole

This week Amelia and Bell talk about the holidays and share the things that have given them joy, small and large, recently; the podcast goes a bit sideways when Bell’s kid’s attitude interrupts. (We edited out the actual attitude. :) )

 

Also Mentioned:

“Moana”

“Gilmore Girls”

“John Cleese and Eric Idle: Together Again at Last...For the Very First Time”

Garth Brooks “Gunslinger”

Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood Amazon commercials

“The Life of Brian”

“Fawlty Towers”

“A Fish Called Wanda”

Monty Python’s Flying Circus

“Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life”

“Labyrinth”

“Ferngully”

“Indiana Jones”

“Magic Mike XXL”

“Clueless Gamer”

“Designated Survivor”

“Hannibal”

“Straight Outta Oz”

“Hamilton”

“Telltale Batman”

“God of War”

“Tomb Raider

“Uncharted Collection”

“Shadows of Mordor”

“Mass Effect: Andromeda”

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November 21st, 2016    

Episode 173: Fell Off My Ball

On this week's Can't Talk Podcast, Bell and Kirstin talk BPDs--bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder. They examine similarities and differences therein. Trigger warning: this podcast references substance abuse, self harm and suicide.

Kirstin recommends: "Scrubs"

Bell recommends: "Titanfall 2"

 

Also Mentioned:

"Skyrim Remastered"

Goodreads.com

Michelle Willingham

"Overwatch"

Cleese/Idle

"Straight Outta Oz"

Fidget Cube

"Of Two Minds"

Russell Barkley

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November 14th, 2016    

Episode 172: Don’t Stop Doing The Thing

We’re reeling from the results of the election. We talk about our reactions and what our responsibilities (as white women) are going forward.

 

Amelia also teases Bell mercilessly for her apparently loss of all chill when it comes to streaming drunk and loving Solas.

 

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“Rising Strong” by Brené Brown

 

“Manifesto of the Brave and Broken Hearted”

There is no greater threat to the critics and cynics and fearmongers

Than those of us who are willing to fall

Because we have learned how to rise.

 

With skinned knees and bruised hearts;

We choose owning our stories of struggle,

Over hiding, over hustling, over pretending.

 

When we deny our stories, they define us.

When we run from struggle, we are never free.

So we turn toward truth and look it in the eye.

 

We will not be characters in our stories.

Not villains, not victims, not even heroes.

 

We are the authors of our lives.

We write our own daring endings.

We craft love from heartbreak,

Compassion from shame,

Grace from disappointment,

Courage from failure.

Showing up is our power.

Story is our way home. Truth is our song.

We are the brave and brokenhearted.

We are rising strong.

 

–Brené Brown

“Rising Strong”

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November 7th, 2016    

Episode 171: Listener Hype

On this week's Can't Talk Podcast, we talk grieving clothes, bad years, and other stuff.

Amelia recommends: National Novel Writing Month

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