Please Don’t Speak to Me Like That

The session in which we talk to Rhoda Fuchs-Morton, LPC about how we can have more meaningful conversations by developing a deeper understanding of ourselves and others. Rhoda is a licensed professional counselor in private practice in Jenkintown, PA.

You can find Rhoda at

Are They Gonna Puke in My Car?

The session in which we experiment with our new equipment while interviewing our sound engineer, musician Hal Aaron. Our sound continues to improve as we learn to use our new mixer, amp, mics, and headphones over the next few sessions (thanks for your patience). 

Check out for Awesome Live Music

Hal also now has a podcast launching mid-January 2019:              More info at, and

Love You Honey

The session in which we interview Sarah Robinson, Esq. about her work at the Institute to Address Commercial Sexual Exploitation. Sarah is the Institute’s inaugural Justice for Victims Fellow providing trauma-informed legal advocacy to victims and survivors of commercial sexual exploitation (


Imagine Delivering a Baby in the Dark

The session in which we chat with Betsy Teutsch about her awesome book entitled, 100 Under $100: One Hundred Ways to Empower Global Women. This book includes beautiful pictures and more than 100 ways to help empower women around the world, all for less (sometimes way less) than $100. Would make a good holiday gift.

You can find the book wherever you find other books!

Check out Betsy’s page:

Plus, another shout out for

Also, take a look at SheWritesPress

Running for the Bus

The session in which we interview Dr. Gail Karafin about teen sleep needs and implications for changing school start times. 

An update: Since our interview with Dr. Karafin, Senate Resolution No. 417 was passed. This resolution directs the Joint State Government Commission to establish an advisory committee to conduct a study on secondary school start time in PA.

Dr. Karafin founded the Pennsylvania Chapter of Start School Later

Does This Look Winnable?

The session in which Julie gets a flat tire on the way to the studio and after a few anxious phone conversations on all sides, we decide the show must go on! So, Cindy interviews Marilyn Frank, LCSW about her involvement in the organization Protect & Elect. This is a group of concerned local citizens helping to elect candidates who will protect democratic values and who are committed to making our country more equitable and inclusive.