Society And Culture Podcasts
The Mike Drop podcast is hosted by former Navy SEAL, Mike Ritland. It is a not so politically correct discussion of wide ranging topics that span from government, politics and war to health and fitness, from guns and survival skills to food and nutrition with music, BBQ and a touch of everything else in between. This is THE platform that is completely raw, totally unfiltered and in your face, while still intellectually sound with good intuitive dialogue between A-holes that know what they’re talking about.
By Mike Ritland
So here is the big question. How do we live a life full of adventures, travel, and memories on your terms without being a millionaire, without previous experience and without unlimited amounts of time? That is the big question and this podcast will give you the answers. We're your cohost Tayson Whittaker and Dave Kime and your listening to the Live Ultralight Podcast powered by Outdoor Vitals!
By Outdoor Vitals
The LPGA Women's Network launches it's very own Podcast, hosted by former LPGA Tour player, writer, and founder of Major League Girls, Anya Alvarez. This bi-weekly podcast features humorous and lively conversation with women making big impacts on the game. Get in touch with us! Do you have a question? Do you want to let us know where you're listening from? Is there a certain guest you want to hear on the podcast? Send us an email at email@example.com. Meet the Host Anya Alvarez is a former LPGA and Symetra Tour player turned journalist. She writes about gender inequality issues in sports and hopes to provide a spotlight on women in sports making waves. Anya has contributed to publications including ESPN, VICE Sports, the Guardian, and more.
By LPGA Women's Network
Every Wednesday, we tell a love story that turns into a crime story. Our subjects might start as lovers, friends, or family, but by the end, there's a criminal and a victim. Along the way, we analyze the relationship dynamics and psychology that lead to betrayal, theft, and even murder. Crimes of Passion is part of the Parcast Network, and a production of Cutler Media.
By Parcast Network
We are here to help make your life easier, by giving solutions to the challenges you face as a mom on a daily basis. Catch This Mama will enable you to own your mom life. Being a mama is the greatest gift imaginable. Being a mama is also really tough! In our community, we understand the struggle to balance it all! Mamas have to clean, cook, work, make big decisions and so much more, all while trying to maintain our God given talents and self identity. Do you feel like you are in survival mode and on the verge of meltdown on the daily? You aren’t alone. We need each other and we need inspiration and solutions to empower us to be who we were intended to be. That’s why we’ve created a weekly podcast to showcase other Mom’s who have went head to head with adversity and overcome obstacles to design their life. Here at Catch This Mama we don’t take ourselves too seriously. We make light of our crappy days and embrace the good ones. We don’t judge on mistakes we’ve made, but rather look forward to what we could be with a little help from our tribe. Mama, beautiful people do not just happen. Beautiful people are created after being drug through the mud of trial and error. The Bottom Line You’ve got something BIG to understand, work through, and ultimately BE. We are here to help you get there! By joining our community, reading our blogs, taking our challenges, and listening to other Mom’s who have faced adversity on our podcast, you’ll be able to overcome, learn, grow and ultimately have people stop and stare as you run laps around your naysayers in the day to day grind. Trust me! You’ll be all like, go ahead and try to Catch This Mama. This podcast is hosted by Danie Gohr and cohosted by Emily Ferguson,
By Danie Gohr
Black Girls Heal is the online community geared towards women of color heal from the effects of unresolved childhood trauma. We talk about the roots of low self esteem, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, and other issues and what to do about them.
By Shena Tubbs
It is well established in the literature that relationships of all types throughout our lifetime impact health and well being physically and psychologically. Research shows that most chronic diseases have lifestyle and environmental causes. Beginning in childhood and even prenatally, events and relationships the way in together which we interact with nature the world around us shape our state of health and happiness. Affection and aggression have profound implications on physical and emotional development, homeostasis and immune function. How we are loved, how we love each other and how we love and care for ourselves not only impact chronic disease but also resilience, depression and anxiety, sleep issues and performance. Self-care is the true health care! This journey of Love is Medicine will help you get back to who you really are, so that through accepting the love around you, though practicing the self-love of self-care and self-accountability, you will heal all areas of your life: Health, relationships, and business.
By Razi Berry