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Go Ask Ali

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Go Ask Ali

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Ali Wentworth has become a comedic authority on dissecting the shit show that is modern life. In season 2 of Go Ask Ali, she speaks with experts, friends and celebrities so she can dig in, peel back the layers and get dirty. Also this season, Ali will be answering questions from listeners and guests the only way Ali can: with honesty, candor and humor. Leave her a question at (323) 364-6356 or email a voice memo to GoAskAliPodcast@gmail.com.
 
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Katie's Crib

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Katie's Crib

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With empathy and a sense of humor about it all, Katie’s Crib keeps it real while providing an indispensable guide for parents trying to find their way. Hosted by actress and mother Katie Lowes, each week the show welcomes guests for open and honest conversations about everything parenting from fertility and postpartum life to the trials and tribulations of raising tiny humans.
 
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The Laverne Cox Show

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The Laverne Cox Show

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Years ago, a therapist said in our very first session that there are only two things that we can truly control in our lives - our own perception and our own behavior. That's it. Nothing more than that. Each week, The Laverne Cox Show will feature intimate conversations with folks who help me to see and think differently so that maybe I can act differently. It is my hope that this becomes a place that fosters perspectives that might inspire new behavior in each of us, which in turn gets us cl ...
 
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You Down?

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Four hilarious and opinionated friends, Ashley Holston, Maame-Yaa Aforo, Shakira Ja’nai Paye and Yazmin Monet Watkins, come together each week for laughs and brutal honesty as they offer their unique perspective and comedic take on the culture.
 
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What happens when the tiny human who has been reared and nurtured and parented grows up and is ready to launch? Tears! For so many, lots and lots of tears. But you know what, it’s all part of the adjustment process. Ali and her friend Laurie Gelman sit down with psychotherapist Dr. Guy Winch to talk about their complicated feelings, what it's like …
 
On this episode, Jennifer Burton Flier joins Laverne again to go deeper into the Community Resiliency Model and to tie in so many of this season’s episodes on healing. They’re all connected! Laverne and Jennifer go over practical skills that you can use to build your resiliency for this (very) challenging world. Those skills are tracking, resourcin…
 
Kim Van Der Beek, wife of “Dawson’s Creek” actor James Van Der Beek, shares with Katie her personal experience of birthing and raising five children. The former business consultant goes into detail about her five labors, and how she and her family healed from sudden pregnancy losses. Kim also explains why we should help children discover who they a…
 
Henry Every, also known as Henry Avery, Jack Avery or John Avery, as well as Benjamin Bridgeman or Long Ben OR The Arch Pirate or The King of Pirates, was an English pirate who apparently looted names. But he also became the most prosperous pirate when he took down the Gunsway -- it's estimated his treasure would be at least $60 million if not cons…
 
At every turn, American popular culture threatens to go in and strip away the joy of aging. Yes, the JOY! NYT best-selling author and Oprah’s favorite life coach Dr. Martha Beck reveals how she came to trade in giving a f*** about her wrinkles for just embracing the process. They go deep into their relationships with mortality, the freedom of being…
 
Poor people have always been shamed. Writer, producer and award-winning journalist Mary O’Hara says that’s not new, but the last 40 years of government and corporate interests have created a focused initiative to demonize people who need financial and social assistance. Between the creation of the Welfare Queen trope in the 80’s and vilifying singl…
 
Katie speaks with Lizzie Assa (founder, the Workspace for Children) about teaching kids how to play independently. The parenting strategist outlines the value and importance of independent play, how to end parental burnout, and the difference between close-ended toys and open-ended toys. Plus, have you ever had your child come up to you and tell yo…
 
Hayreddin Barbarossa was a pirate and a privateer. But he wasn't just looting ships and enslaving people. He was a skilled warrior, and an admiral in the Ottoman navy. And he had a certain political sensibility that helped him navigate not just alliances but kingdoms as well. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In this episode, Laverne introduces us to her opera singing teacher of 25 years, the celebrated opera lecturer, Metropolitan Opera Broadcast co-host and retired diva, Ira Siff. Ira is the creator of La Gran Scena, the all-male cross-dressed opera troupe that performed internationally for over 20 years to much critical acclaim with a cult-like follo…
 
Theresa Caputo (Long Island Medium) stops by Katie’s Crib to offer insight into how to talk to children about grief, healing, and spiritual guidance. The famous psychic medium discusses the importance of listening to your instincts, why we should not fear death, and how spirituality may come into play when it comes to children and souls. Plus, what…
 
Valkyrie, she-warrior, pirate, shield-maiden – whatever the name you call her, stories about strong women including Lagertha are mentioned in lore dating centuries back. But, as we'll see, history can get in the way of itself. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Shondaland Audio & iHeartRadio
 
There truly is no better person to discuss spiritual matters with than the delightfully foul-mouthed Reverend Valerie Spencer, therapist, activist and creator of Holistic Empowerment Institute. After an epiphany while meditating on the beach, Valerie decided to “take the God out,” which she explains. Now she specializes in healing that goes beyond …
 
Katie invites Mary O’Malley (Pilates teacher, therapist of body and mind) and season 2 guest Talia Moore (founder of Tummy Thyme) to chat about their personal struggles of postpartum depression. The moms each outline how postpartum depression felt, and how their friends and family reacted and offered support. The three also provide quick tips for m…
 
Rachel Wall may have been the first American-born woman to become a pirate – but she most certainly was the last woman to be hanged in Boston, though the specific crime that landed her that fate wasn’t actually piracy at all. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Shondaland Audio & iHeartRadio
 
This episode is about addressing misinformation, educating, and correcting the record. Right wing media has gone largely unchecked making false claims, distorting statistics, and outright lying primarily about gender-affirming care for trans kids and trans women and girls in sports. The mean-spirited outcry has led to legislators quoting this media…
 
Katie invites two friends and fellow actresses, Stefanie Black and Lindsey Kraft, to chat all about egg freezing. Is it all what it’s cracked up to be? The “Scandal” and “Grace and Frankie” stars respectively look back on their personal experiences with the procedure, from the financial costs to recovering afterward. The two also note the amount of…
 
Welcome to our Talk Like a Pirate Day celebration! Although pirates didn't actually use words like Arrr and Matey, that doesn't mean it isn't a lot of fun to throw that lingo around, right? Just like we speak in pirate talk that doesn't have much to do with real pirate talk, some famous pirates themselves are just as fake as that vocabulary – altho…
 
Emily Oster, author of The New York Times bestseller “Family Firm,” talks with Katie about family decision-making and data-driven information. Emily teaches us her strategy of how a household can make important choices (the “Four F’s”). The Brown University professor also describes what she has learned through pandemic parenting, and how important …
 
Queen Teuta is often considered the “Pirate Queen” of antiquity, but that's actually a bit misleading -- Teuta was not actually a pirate. In line with her expansionist policies, she encouraged and sanctioned her tribe's piratical activities. This queen led an army of pirates. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Newborn Care Specialist Alexandra Latten Argosino shares with Katie's audience tips about taking care of a newborn baby and finding the right nanny to assist. The two discuss what Alexandra’s experience was like taking care of Katie’s daughter Vera, and what a typical night looks like for a specialist helping with newborns. The retired nurse also g…
 
Legend says that Grace refused to bow before Elizabeth because she did not acknowledge her as Queen of Ireland. Maybe she did, or maybe she didn't. Now she's considered a famous, feminine sea captain, and the most notorious woman in all the coasts of Ireland. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Katie talks to Pamela Paul, editor of The New York Times Book Review and author of “How to Raise a Reader.” Katie and Pamela discuss how to nurture your child’s interest in reading and cultivate a lifelong love of books. They also get into the benefits of boredom and why it’s okay to not maximize every moment of kids’ lives. Crib Notes: How to Rais…
 
In this episode, Dr. Joe Dispenza shares with us techniques to heal the body through meditation. When Joe was a young man he had his spine crushed in a biking accident. Doctors told him that without invasive surgery he may never walk again. Defying the odds, he was able to rebuild his spine in just a few short months using nothing but his thoughts.…
 
August 25 is the National Park Service's 105th birthday! We’re honoring the day through chatting with Joovy founder Rob Gardner and his wife Sarah about family trips and the great outdoors. The two tell Katie about their experiences growing up with the outdoors. They also share tips on using the bathroom in the woods, how to deal with car sickness,…
 
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris is changing the way governments think about and treat mental health. As the founder of the Center for Youth Wellness, she pioneered a system for evaluating Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in order to treat the physical symptoms of childhood trauma. Now, in her role as California’s first Surgeon General, she’s bringing t…
 
Vote Mama founder and former congressional candidate, Liuba Gretchen Shirley, talks to Katie about the importance of supporting moms running for office. Liuba tells the story of how Vote Mama, a PAC that supports Democratic moms with young children running for office, came to fruition. She also discusses her opinion of why people are against paid m…
 
Margaret, Maid of Norway, ascended to the Scottish throne on March 19, 1286, when she was just shy of three years old, and living in Norway. Ten years after the real Margaret, Maid of Norway's death, a Norwegian woman claimed Margaret’s identity. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
We get way more from our ancestors than our height, nose or personality. We absorb life lessons that have been passed down from generation to generation. But what if those life lessons were first learned while trying to survive slavery? What if those skills are now more harmful than helpful and we don’t even know what we’re doing? Psychologist, soc…
 
Katie chats with registered nurse and Milky Mama founder Krystal Duhaney to talk about breastfeeding, and how her tasty treats help with milk supply. Krystal outlines the line of desserts and treats Milky Mama provides, as well as the free education and consultations the company offers. The entrepreneur also dives into how she manages between mom g…
 
His love for financial fraud may have been matched by his love of impersonation. Frederick Emerson Peters is regarded as one of America’s most infamous imposters. He posed as ordinary Americans, but also once pretended to be a Roosevelt -- actually, two different Roosevelts. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Laverne, like many of us, struggles with self-criticism. She says it comes from a place of trying to protect herself, but in reality, it can be more debilitating than helpful. Dr. Kristin Neff is a professor and a pioneer in the field of self-compassion research. In this episode, she gives us tools to be more kind to ourselves—- which does not mean…
 
Katie sits down with actress and author, Gabrielle Union. Gabrielle opens up about being diagnosed with Adenomyosis late in life, her struggles to conceive, and her family’s beautiful and inspiring surrogacy journey. The moms also talk about imposter syndrome, raising Kaavia James aka ‘shady baby,’ and the unpleasant side effects of IVF. Crib Notes…
 
Olivia Serres was an accomplished British landscape painter and published writer. She was also an imposter, pretending to be the legitimate daughter of Prince Henry Frederick, Duke of Cumberland. She insisted on being addressed as Princess Olive of Cumberland, and claimed to be of royal birth. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartp…
 
Warning: Please be aware this episode discusses targeted violence and may be triggering for some, particularly those in the LGBTQ+ community. If you can understand the cause of something, you can fix it, right? Don’t treat the symptoms; treat the disease. Laverne talks with award-winning forensic psychologist Dr. Karen Franklin about why transgende…
 
In April 2016, stand-up comedian Patton Oswalt lost his first wife, true crime author Michelle McNamara, after being married for over a decade. Their daughter Alice was only six years old at the time. In today’s Katie’s Crib conversation, we hear how Patton found love and joy again with actress Meredith Salenger, the beautiful way they integrated t…
 
What are your dating preferences? Do you prefer a certain ethnicity or race over another? What does it mean to have this sort of preference and where does it come from? Sociologist and social worker Sarah Adeyinka-Skold's latest research involved interviewing Black women about the unique difficulties they experience dating on and offline. In this e…
 
Katie Lowes is joined by Dr. Dan Siegel, recognized neuropsychiatrist and author of some of Katie’s favorite parenting books, including No-Drama Discipline and The Whole-Brain Child. Dr. Siegel goes in depth about how parents can help their children develop emotional and social intelligence. The Mindsight Institute co-founder explains what his term…
 
It was unlikely she would rule England, but she Elizabeth Tudor did ascend to the throne, and became Queen Elizabeth I. There are often conspiracy theories when you're talking about royalty. But, was Queen Elizabeth I swapped with a boy when she was a child? Holly and Maria talk about the life story of the famed monarch, and delve into a persistent…
 
Dr. Cornel West, renowned professor and philosopher, and one of the greatest American orators alive speaks with Laverne about what it means to be a love warrior. “Justice is what love looks like in public just like tenderness is what love feels like in private,” is a Cornel West quote that Laverne repeats so often people mistakenly attribute it to …
 
Ashlee Margolis is a working mama trying to look out for Mother Earth AND have more sit-down family meals. The founder of the brand building agency, The A List, shares her path to running a more eco-friendly business and household. From what you put on your body to what you put in it, Ashlee offers actionable ways parents can practice greener livin…
 
“Grey’s Anatomy” star Caterina Scorsone joins Katie to discuss her experience raising three children during the COVID-19 pandemic. She also explains what life is like on the set of Shondaland being a mother. Caterina shares her experience of parenting a daughter with Down Syndrome, the lessons she’s learning along the way, and why it’s essential th…
 
When Stephen Weinberg was a child, he wanted more than anything to be a doctor. When his parents couldn't afford tuition, Stanley began his path to becoming on of the greatest impersonaters. As Stanley Clifford Weyman, he pretended to be a lot of things -- none of whom were real people. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastn…
 
In honor of Pride Month, Katie is joined by author of “The Other Mothers,” Jennifer Berney. Jenn addresses the patriarchal ideals that are getting in the way of society accepting LGBTQ+ family-making. She also tells of the struggles she and her partner went through while creating their own family, and the importance of letting children know early o…
 
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