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Twisting the Plot

May 17, 2022

Do you move through life on a nourishing path, or do you find yourself fighting your way along a thorny harsh path? 

After years of thorns, Nadya Trytan now chooses a nourishing path. 

She’d love to help you find yours. 

Nadya uses a technique called guided visualization to help you relax, imagine, listen to yourself...

Apr 26, 2022

Sitting myself down and writing Margaret from the heart became a story about me too. Why me? Leave me out of this, I thought. But no, it was not to be. I was not allowed to write her story without writing my own because I had unburied two women. 

- From The Light Above by Maria Dintino

Even though she discovered a...

Apr 11, 2022

Abbe Greenberg and Maggie Sarachek have been friends since college. Throughout this time, they shared many things, even anxiety. For years they supported each other, through phobias, panic attacks and catastrophizing mindsets. As time went on, it became clear that they weren’t alone. In fact, they found that...

Mar 29, 2022

In her early twenties, Maureen Carey was called to the religious life. Her interest in the anti-war movement and civil disobedience led her to the sisterhood and years of service to others. During this time she also got her Ph.D. in social work, taught at Molloy College, and co-authored books.

Twenty-five years later,...

Mar 15, 2022

A little improv…

What is creativity?  Go.  (frozen pause) Ummm. It’s green? Yes, and…It crawls. Yes, and… it morphs like a caterpillar into a butterfly. Yes, and… it can be venomous, like a snake.

On this week’s podcast, guest Nina Hart challenges our notions about what is art and who gets to do it. She...