Get ready, folks. This week on Curious & Curiouser, Cayly and I are talking all about pornography.
Is it ok to enjoy pornography? How does pornography impact relationships? Is watching pornography cheating? This conversation addresses all of these questions and more. It’s a lively discussion about a rather taboo topic.
Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 35: PMS, Periods, Hormones, & Making Your Menstrual Cycle Your Ally
Cayly and I are talking all about periods. We’re discussing PMS, hormones, fertility, and how to stop seeing your menstrual cycle as a nuisance.
Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 32: How Social Media Hijacks Your Brain (& What To Do About It)
Cayly and I are talking about how to start using social media more mindfully, exploring some of the ways technology can overtake our lives, and offering some suggestions on how to begin disengaging from your devices on a more regular basis.
Cayly and I bust the myth of willpower and explain why we don’t actually think it has that much to do with habit change. We talk about what really matters when it comes replacing an old habit with a new, healthier habit, and discuss some of our own attempts at habit change.
Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 29: How to Make Friends as an Adult & Why It’s Okay to Ruffle Some Feathers Along the Way
How to make friends as adults (SO hard, you guys) and our experiences in building community in our lives is the topic of this week’s Curious and Curiouser podcast.
Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 26: Sex, Religion, Desire, & Why We Need to Talk About Pleasure
This week… Sex! And desire! In this conversation, we are answering another listener question and exploring the topic of sex as it relates to religion and spirituality. Specifically, our listener posed this question: How do you go from being told to have no sexual desire before your wedding night to flipping that switch after you’re married and being all in?
Cayly and I are asking each other questions and diving deep into some rather personal topics as a way of letting you all get to know us a bit better. I dish on my divorce, Cayly talks about leaving the Mormon church, and we both talk about regret — specifically, do we believe in regret and do we have any regrets ourselves?
Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 22: Gourmet Twinkies, Personal Growth, & the Self-Help Rabbit Hole
We answer our first listener question! Why do we want to change and evolve, and why can’t we just be content with our lives as they are right now? Cayly and I talk about how challenging yourself is essential to building confidence, why change is inevitable, and why growth is necessary for staying healthy and engaged in an ever-evolving world.
Deep breaths before this one, gang. Because on this episode of Curious & Curiouser, Cayly and I are breaking down the myth that “having it all” is desirable, possible, or even a real thing — at least as our culture likes to define it.
Cayly and I chat about the intersection of her work and my own, talk all about the benefits of combining mental health therapy with acupuncture and other forms of bodywork, and explain how doing so can facilitate transformation and often accelerate healing.
True self care is often doing the things that are hard and not particularly comfortable — like paying your bills and having strong boundaries.
In this week’s episode of the podcast, Cayly and I talk about manifesting — a word we see being tossed around a lot in the self-help and personal development arena — often to the detriment of those who fall prey to the hype. We discuss the ways that our attempts to manifest can go wrong and leave us feeling less content in the end. We also call bullshit on The Secret (which is something Cayly did previously in this article she wrote a few months back), talk about how to manifest effectively, and discuss what that looks like in our own lives.