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24. Cancel Culture Part 2

South Park doesn’t apologize, Half Price Books rules, how do we hold artists accountable for their discrimination without canceling them all, Dr. Seuss is racist, and The Cat in the Hat is an asshole. This episode gets spontaneously musical more than once courtesy of Andrew Nath having a guitar in his hands.

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23. Cancel Culture

This one gets intense! Are we allowed to have unpopular opinions without getting canceled? Is it right to cancel people because they are tone deaf? Or liars? Or discriminatory? Where does free will and moral responsibility intersect? Heated discussion! Kris says “shut up!” for the first time on mic! What coms up: Taylor Swift, Gina…

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22. Taking the Compliment, Going to School, Honoring thy Father

Kris’ song gets played on Lovett or Leave It and she tries to downplay it, then gets called out on not being able to take a compliment. Is not being able to take praise a Midwestern thing? On the flip side, how do terrible experiences with audiences make us more fearless about what we create?…

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21. Dan Survives a Shark Attack, Our Kids Survive Technology

Episode 21. We pick up where we left off in Episode 20. Video games: destroying society and ruining our kids’ brains? Or maybe just a normal part of growing up. Should we be worried that without constant stimulation, we get anxious? Self-awareness and the zones of regulation. Using the body as a tool for how…

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BONUS: Growing Beyond with Kris

This short episode aired on our sister podcast, Growing Beyond. Kris shares some solo thoughts about her work at hospice as a massage therapist. The tone is serious and the subject is death. You were warned. This episode is great validation for anyone who was denied access to a loved one due to facilities or…

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19. Appetite for Corruption

In this episode after a brief Higgs/Nath basketball chat, we stroll down memory lane, exploring self-created nicknames and Vegas, where Iowa boys aim and fail to get corrupted by a car full of babes. Then we discuss the innocence of 3 channel TV in the 70’s and how we first got exposure to explicit comedy….

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8. Easy Breath with Self-acceptance

This episode includes two simple breathing meditations, the second touching on accepting the impulse toward self-improvement and settling into self-acceptance. This episode also includes a new feature where I share thoughts and reflections at the end of the episode. Support this show and Kris’ other podcasts at patreon.com/solvingeverything Learn more about Kris at: kriskadams.com

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Hospice, Death and What Matters at the End

Kris’ work as a massage therapist for hospice reveals insights into the nature of our collective value system. Denying access to the dying at a time when you can still get on an airplane or go to a grocery store reveals alot about what our culture prioritizes. In this brief personal essay, she shares all…

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Riley Huebsch: Birth and Postpartum Doula

Birth and postpartum doulas are essential! Riley talks about her role in working with families, how to be an advocate for birthing moms, and shares a birth story including experiences with the NICU.

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The Mini-Series for Kids Part 3 (final episode)

Braden interviews his brother, Wyatt, who talks about how he feels when stressed and the zones of regulation. Wyatt leads an “Om” meditation.

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