-With Interior Designer and Mother of a Neurodivergent Child, Kate Eckstein

"And then, I broke. And what I realized is that it is totally fine to fall apart."

-With Sex Therapist, Sarah Tomakich

"My journey is forgiveness. Forgiveness for me. To be gentle with that person who needed more and couldn't get what she needed."

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Season 1 Guests

-With Alyssa Keegan, Coach at

Universal Ethical Love

"I was going to sit with all the parts of myself and say, 'You can trust me. I'm not going anywhere."

"I am mourning the loss of these hopes. And I will be happy— but first I need to mourn the change."

"That sudden change of environment lanced a bubble of stored traumatic grief that was hiding in my body. I started going through a complete restructuring."

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“There’s something about people putting themselves out there, even if it’s uncomfortable or no one’s watching. Because you don’t know what can happen to that work years from now. When something is truly raw and organic, you can feel it. And I can’t help but wonder if that’s the thing that people have responded to in me.”

"It did make it harder in those rehearsal rooms with predominantly white casts. I had to keep saying, 'Can we examine this production of A Midsummer Night's Dream that is set in the 20's? I am a black woman and what does it mean to uproot this production and put it elsewhere?' It's like, you can't erase my body—it's a black body."

"One of my favorite things about acting is how you must be present—and it's the exact same when you're flying a plane. You cannot be distracted with anything else. You know your traffic control talks then you talk and it's a script. Let me tell you, if you can do Shakespeare you can sure as heck can do air traffic control."

Educator & Artist,

Christine Hamel

"With the voice, we often use the word natural, so our whole premise is that our voices can't exist outside of culture, and they can't exist outside of politics. They're filled with identity, and that's a really good thing. And so, just to even conceptualize stripping the voice of markers of identity, like your race, and class, or ethnicity, or gender, to get to something neutral or natural underneath can do real harm."

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