In this episode, Cory interviews Danielle and asks "What the Facebook?"
Danielle discusses why she is compelled to speak and write to Eros through a theological lens, even if Cory thinks theology is a waste of time.
This conversations reveals the way the couple finds a way to hold in tension a difference of opinion in regard to academe and scholarly works from the Bible. Intellectual snobbery is also addressed, along with why people push so hard against new ideas and concepts regarding love and eros. The discussion continues with ideas about words and the meanings we attach to them, whether or not they hold power, as Derrida submitted, and what it means to just be present and listen to another. Everyone just wants to know they matter. Also, the couple addresses the allegation that they suffer from what Danielle has coined as "Erotic dysfunction."
Rated R for Radically Open-Minded.
In this episode, Cory interviews Danielle and asks "What the Facebook?"
On this episode, Danielle's husband returns and the couple introduces an agricultural concept that directly relates to understanding the need for diversity in experience. From agriculture to monoculture to monogamy and the erotic phenomenon. The couple discusses how one can support sex work while also holding to the notion that sex IS sacred. Danielle opines on the Liberal's lust affair with robotizing sex and the problematic approach to taking sex too seriously only when it has been violated. From there, Danielle and Cory discuss liberation within a monogamous relationship; exterior relationships, masturbating with the lights on, and blind-folded thrills. This is a revealing episode that touches on the need to disregard the conforming ideals that society tries to place over our relationships.
In this episode, Seth Price, podcast host of Can I Say This at Church? joined the conversation.
We discuss emotions, how to be a better listener, and ask the question: "What is truth?".
Seth unveils why he doesn't like Grey's Anatomy, expert intellectual muscle flexing, and what the movie Brave revealed to Seth about himself.
Seth has taught me a lot about how we can disagree with a person and still find value in who they are as a person and the perspective they are willing to share with us.
For more on how to connect with Seth Price, check out https://www.canisaythisatchurch.com/
On this episode, Danielle is joined by life and fitness coach Cordell Winrow. The conversation unfolds thoughts on how we receive obstacles as opportunities- as gifts, and realize that opposition and resistance are the quickest ways to growth. The conversation also includes Cordell sharing his experience with depression, suicide, and how he needed to change his internal messaging. The discussion continues as the two share their disciplinary experiences growing up, what post traumatic slave syndrome can do to a society of people, and how transformation as well as healing, is hard. Insta erections are bad, as well as insta reactions.
For more information on how to connect with Cordell Winrow, find him on Instagram: @Perspek_tv
Today, Danielle is joined again by her husband, Cory, and the couple discusses vulnerability.
Are we all just open firewalls searching for the anti-virus software without realizing that the threat of closeness isn't that dangerous at all?
Join the conversation: Access Denied or Granted: Do you let your partner have all the access or do you create safe parameters? The couple discusses another social media unscientific poll while also asking challenging questions:
What have you learned from me as a partner and What has been the hardest thing to accept or understand about me as a partner?
Danielle and Cory share why communication is so important in relationships and also share how their parenting styles differ.
In this episode, Danielle invites Will Rucker to the conversation. Today, they talk about the power of love, enlightenment, awakening, and why we are all one. Will shares his perspective on racism in our country, and why getting to the root of racism is more important than just diagnosing the symptoms. The conversation continues with discussions about the “eye for an eye” culture that we are still living in and why our violent language is contributing to division. Love is an action and a feeling, if it’s not both, it’s not love.
Once in a generation, a voice emerges that revolutionizes the world as we know it. Will Rucker is this generation's voice. As a voice of clarity in the midst of confusion and a light shining through cloudiness, Will "the Voice" Rucker offers the hope of love to a world in need.
Will brings together all faiths and all people, welcoming them into an experience with Divine Love which brings about radical transformation. During his Sunday Gatherings, classes, events and activities, he strives to awaken the love that dwells within us all.
Based on the teachings of Jesus and other revolutionary prophets; Will helps people of all backgrounds to release old thoughts and behavior patterns and open up to a new way of being created by "Love Beyond Belief".
You can connect with Will Rucker on social media or by visiting https://winningwithwill.com
In this episode, Danielle invites Perry Willis to join the conversation. Today, they talk about extraterrestrial life, UFOs, and why the government is working so hard to keep everything hidden from the citizenry. Skeptics will appreciate the discussion on the Backfire Effect, and why understanding the cause of this effect can help us learn to think more critically about topics we are so eager to dismiss.
Perry also shares ways in which we can learn to go from a reactive state of mind to a more reflective, present state of mind. Adrenaline blocks our pathway to critical thought and we need ways to transform our evolutionary egotistical ways of protecting our pride. The aim is to take you from skeptic to believer.
Perry Willis has worked as a professional libertarian for nearly 40 years. He was twice the National Director of the Libertarian National Committee. He worked on 5 Libertarian Party presidential campaigns, and managed 2 of them, including the Harry Browne campaign in 2000. He is the co-founder of Downsize DC and the Zero Aggression Project. He co-created the Read the Bills Act and the One Subject at a Time Act, both of which have been introduced in Congress. He publishes a blog, https://What-the-future-needs.com , and he is currently writing a book: How to Think About UFOs: My Journey from Skeptic to Believer.
On this episode, Danielle invites her husband Cory, back on to discuss the parameters of monogamous relationships. They try to define "intimacy" and explore why it is interpreted so distinctly different from person to person. Centered on a meme that inspired heavy discussion, Danielle and Cory discuss Danielle's infidelity and how adultery brought the couple closer together. Today, they agree—your partner cannot be your main source of connection. Your significant other is not your Amazon one-stop-shop for all of your needs to be met.
Danielle's husband, Cory, joins the first episode to discuss marital pet peeves—those little annoyances that are nurtured like a pet. The couple also discusses presence and how it may differ for men and women. Or maybe it just differs between Danielle and her husband?