In the days since our previous podcast, which focused on women’s fashion and fitness, we’ve had a number of women sharing their experiences with us about how they’re managing their bodies in the bedroom.
As we talked about our first episode, we found out about some women who were sharing their own stories with us.
Our guest today is Amanda, a 29-year-old single mom of two from San Francisco, who was recently diagnosed with a terminal illness.
She has been struggling with chronic pain and depression and she says she’s struggled with her own body image and self-esteem issues since she was diagnosed.
Amanda, who goes by Amanda in the podcast, says her husband of six years is “extremely protective” of her.
In fact, Amanda says, “he’s been there from the very beginning.”
And she says that when she started the podcast she thought, “I’m going to make a few mistakes, but I’m not going to lose anyone.”
She says, We’re trying to raise awareness about the issues that affect women and how we can make a difference.
So that’s what we’re doing.
And I think it’s important to make sure that we’re trying, to educate the women out there, that we need to be doing this in a way that’s inclusive and that’s empowering for all of us.
Amanda’s story has inspired us to share with you some other experiences from women who are dealing with their own body issues.
In this episode, you’ll hear from a 22-year old woman from California, who is trying to overcome her body image issues by becoming more confident in her looks.
We also hear from 28-year Old Women from California who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and other issues.
We’re also joined by two women who have chronic conditions: one who has a chronic autoimmune disease, the other is battling her cystic fibrosis.
And then, we’re joined by an artist who is working on her first book.
We want to share some of the experiences from these women as well.
And, in the third part of our podcast, we get to hear from an artist from South Africa, who shares her story about her experience with cystic Fibrosis.
We hope that you find this valuable and inspiring as we share with our listeners some of these amazing stories.
And we hope you continue to share your own stories and experiences with others in your lives.
So please come back next week for more.
We have some great guests in the house, and we’re so excited to welcome our guest to the podcast!
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