Episode 22: My Worst Enemy

For Lanae, self hate talk has been apart of her life since childhood. Up til now, she has felt that her worst enemy is herself. Only recently has she discovered the power to change the voices in her head and open up about her struggle.

We discuss self compassion, hopeful futures, and our dear grandpas who knew what it meant to truly see their granddaughters.

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Bonus Episode: Storybook Series 3

I learn best through stories. Curl up with a blanket for story time on I See You, featuring stories and tales that teach both kids and adults about the power of compassion and connection.

Snuggle on up for our THIRD storybook episode, featuring two phenomenal storybooks: Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge by Mem Fox and A Color of His Own by Leo Lionni. Both epitomize connection and the need we have for each other, no matter the age.

You can find the books on Amazon.

A Color of His Own

Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge

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Episode 21: They Said I Was A Freak

As a boy, Lee Jensen struggled in so many ways. To hear, to talk, and to fit in. And kids can be mean.

Having hearing loss, Lee describes the people who got him through the roughest parts of his childhood and the ways he has been able to inspire anyone who feels different or alone in a crowd.

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I also discuss my holiday break, finding myself waist-deep in the hole, and what I'm doing to stay out.

It’s SO good to be back!

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Episode 20: You're Not Special

You’re not special. Not for the reasons you think you are.

You aren’t special if you have known suffering and pain. If you’ve been wronged, made mistakes, or wanted to give up.

You are not alone.

If you’re like me, when I believe I’m special, I tend to isolate myself and disconnect from the people around me. Believing I’m special, makes me feel alone.

We need each other, we are never alone. Because we aren’t special in feeling pain.

There are people all around us that want to connect and listen. Find them.

You ARE special for one reason, find out why on this week’s episode.

Season Finale. Podcast will be back after a two-week holiday break. Episode 21 airs Friday, January 4th.

Want to support the podcast, while indulging in some self care? Check out our ‘Support the Podcast’ page at www.iseeyoupodcast.com/support-the-podcast/ where you will find our new ‘I See You’ apparel w/Free Shipping, and our 25% OFF Mary Kay online Store! Thanks for the love and support. Merry, merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. See you in 2019!

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Episode 19: Single, Pregnant, and Worthy of Love

As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Tashi never dreamed she would end up pregnant as a single young adult.

During this pivotal time of her life, Tashi found strength in the people around her who withheld judgement, and who took the time to see her exactly as she was; someone worthy of love.

This experience changed Tashi, it transformed her from a good person, to an incredible force for good, someone who exudes compassion.

This episode also includes one of the best love stories ever recorded.

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Episode 18: Talk Like It's Their Funeral

I dedicate this podcast to my friend's brother, and all who were left behind by his suicide.

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Give the gift of a podcast.

Death and other life-altering challenges put things into perspective for us, especially the worth of those around us.

What if we didn't wait to gush about people until they are gone, what if we told them how we feel right now?

I think we could save and change lives. Let's do it.

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Episode 17: Thank You, For Showing Up

We know something about pain.

In a special Thanksgiving, extended episode, we celebrate by reflecting on how we have tried to show up for each other as sisters and women.

Join the hilarious and heart-breaking conversation with myself and 6 women in my family whom I get to call sisters, sisters in law, and my mom.

Life is good. Life is hard. But when we show up for each other, burdens are lightened and miracles are created.

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Episode 16: Falling on Faith

When Kali's 2-year-old son fell from a two-story window onto the concrete below, there was no logical reason to have hope.

She had to fall on faith when faced with the facts of her son’s diagnosis.

Her son's fall changed her life as she experienced compassion and connection from those around her as well as from God.

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Episode 14: At WAR With Our Bodies with Ganel-Lyn Condie

Suicide. Body Hatred. How did we get here?

Ganel-Lyn Condie and I discuss these complex issues that affect us all. Her message is clear.




Your body is a gift, not a weapon. Tell yourself that today and everyday.

Ganel-Lyn’s Website

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Episode 13: She Almost Died Trying; a Story of Infertility

Deirdre has experienced a lot of life, the good and the bad. She joins me today to share just one chapter of her story, her years of infertility procedures and adoption. She gives us the details you don’t get most places, because she and I both know WE NEED TO START TALKING ABOUT IT.

Infertility can be killing someone inside, and that’s no okay with us. We are better and we are stronger together. Let’s have a conversation.

Don’t miss a Halloween prank at the end of the episode.

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Episode 12 Authentic Ugly Crying; I Just Want a Baby

It's easy to be authentic AFTER we get through a heartbreak. But being authentic during it, just might be what we need to survive it.

Years of infertility just about broke me, and it's okay. Because it's okay to feel pain, to feel anger-just make sure you share it with someone you trust. And no matter what, stay YOU.

Picture by Stephanie Purcell Photography

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Episode 11: What is Truth? with Brad Wilcox

Are you looking for truth? Are you willing to listen to a fellow human being who has fought to find truth for himself? Are you willing to listen even when you don’t agree?

Well then, this is a good place for you to be.

I have been searching for truth my whole life, especially in my 20’s. There have been times where I didn’t think I could trust anybody, even myself, to really KNOW what truth is. Have you been there too? So has Brad Wilcox.

Today, I share the microphone with Brad Wilcox, the man I came to know and love as an undergraduate student in his class at BYU. Besides his public speaking and teaching career, Brad has written many books including, The Continuous Atonement, The Continuous Conversion, and Changed Through His Grace.

Remember, there are life boats worth searching for.

His Grace is Sufficient Speech by Brad Wilcox

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Episode 8: Part 1 Healing After Sexual Abuse with Leta Greene

She was once a scared little girl who believed it was all her fault. Leta has something to say to anyone who has experienced darkness.

I am speaking out for the girl I was.

Little children, adult victims with broken hearts, and those that support them, you need to know that happiness is out there. No myth; real happiness can happen after the crushing weight of evil robs your innocent joy.

This is Leta Greene.

Order her powerful memoir: Love, Me Too by Leta Greene

Leta Greene's website

Leta Greene’s Ted Talk: Beyond Victimhood

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