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Wed, Jun. 28th, 2006, 10:18 am
Session Eighteen: Marriage, part two

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Thank you so much to our guests for this podcast:
Ed from Looking Out the Window and Kansas City Weather Podcast and his wife Becca.
Charles from Mostly News and his wife, Diane
Jen and Corey from Bucket

I hope you enjoyed hearing from them, their thoughts, their experiences, and their beliefs about what does or doesn't make a relationship work.

Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to register at the new site, and to those who left voice feedback! (Doug from Geek Acres and Sam from The Bear's Grove and Dragonkin podcasts)

There may be some special surprises coming to the web site before the next episode comes out on the feed, so check back for regular updates, news bits, reflections, and the occasional surprise for those of you who keep up with the site! Don't forget that you can submit your own favorite sites to the web links section of the site-- Just click on "Web Links" in the main menu to the left.

Feedback? Email themouth@psycheology.com, or skype me, or call the listener line at 864-641-1867.

One of the songs for this episode came from the Podsafe Music Network, found at music.podshow.com. The song is "Fly, Fly, Fly" by Adrina Thorpe.

Tue, May. 30th, 2006, 10:38 am
Session Seventeen: Marriage, part one

FULL SHOWNOTES, BLOG, AND NEWS AT WWW.PSYCHEOLOGY.COM.

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Thank you so much to our guests for this podcast:
Ed from Looking Out the Window and Kansas City Weather Podcast and his wife Becca.
Charles from Mostly News and his wife, Diane
Jen and Corey from Bucket

We had so much great conversation, and so much to say about marriage, that this is only the first of a two-part series. You'll be hearing a LOT more from our guests on the next episode of Psycheology, so stay subscribed to hear the rest!

Thank you to Chad and Amanda from Me and the Bean for the intro!

Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to register at the new site, and a special thanks to P.W. Fenton of Digital Flotsam for being our first registered user to leave me a comment (about the Mother's Day show).

Don't forget to check out the reviews section, which will be growing as I have a chance to read and explore more! Also, feel free to submit your own reviews and/or web links for other Psycheology listeners to enjoy. You'll also find my own blog-type reflections by clicking on the "Reflections" link in the main menu, and a podcast-related poll you can participate in the right sidebar.

Feedback? Email themouth@psycheology.com, or skype me! I'm also excitedly awaiting playing the first bit of listener feedback on the show, so call the listener line at 864-641-1867.

Music for this episode came from the Podsafe Music Network, found at music.podshow.com.

Sun, May. 14th, 2006, 05:11 pm
Session Sixteen: Happy Mother's Day!

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Special thanks to the guests who made this show special:
Michele and Anita
Brad from Sound Pollution
Karen from Mrs. B's Patriot World Podcast
Chad from Me and the Bean

Some of the music from this podcast came from the Podsafe Music Network:
Mother by Kevin Reeves
Love by Brian Turner

You also heard my favorite song about motherhood, Blue Dress by Annie Gallup.

Feedback? Register and comment at www.psycheology.com, email me, or call our listener feedback line at 864-641-1867.

Happy Mother's Day!

Thu, May. 4th, 2006, 07:50 am
Session Fifteen: Change, Growth, and Home Birth

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In this podcast, you'll learn about some upcoming changes to Psycheology, hear a great promo for Geek Acres, and hear guest Anna's reflections on her home birth experience.

Thanks to Charles of Mostly News for the intro.

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Full show notes at www.psycheology.com

Sat, Mar. 25th, 2006, 12:45 am
Session Thirteen: Podcast for Good

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No guest this week, but you'll learn about my newest project, which was started to empower, uplift, and touch the lives of children. Check out www.podcastforgood.org. Want to subscribe so you can get all the future updates about the Podcast for Good project? Here's the feed.

Music is "Mother's Day" by my oldest child.

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Sat, Mar. 4th, 2006, 12:34 am
Session Eleven: Walk of Hope

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Guest: Kristen
Kristen is a 10 year old girl with cerebral palsy, who is one of the brightest, funniest, and most well-spoken 10 year olds I've ever met. Listen as Kristen talked with me about growing up with a disability, using a walker, meeting Clay Aiken (*swoon!*), and dreaming about her future. Thank you, Kristen!

Shownotes and comments at www.psycheology.com.

Thu, Feb. 23rd, 2006, 09:10 am
Session Ten: A Parent's Dreams

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Guest: Terry

Every parent imagines the lives their children will have one day, and those dreams usually include health, financial stability, independence, friendships, and having meaning in his or her life. Terry and Brady found out that one of their two beautiful children had autism. Listen as Terry shares how they have worked since Ian's childhood to provide those same dreams for him that they hold precious for both of their children, in a way unique to his situation.



Shownotes and comments at www.psycheology.com.

Sat, Feb. 18th, 2006, 10:32 pm
Griddlecakes Radio

Just in case you aren't a Griddlecakes Radio subscriber (and why aren't you, I might ask? Hmmmmmm...), I'm in a bit over there. Griddlesode 20: Business Babble. Check it out, and tell Ron I sent you!

Sat, Feb. 11th, 2006, 05:13 pm
Session Nine: Life Lessons

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Guest: Anna
Anna shares her experiences as the homeschooling mother of four of the most beautiful and bright children I've ever met!

Shownotes and other updates can always be found at www.psycheology.com.

Sun, Feb. 5th, 2006, 08:44 am
Matt's Today in History

One of the podcasts I enjoy a great deal, and one of the first I ever subscribed to, is Matt's Today in History. Matt puts out a podcast in which he discusses interesting historical events that happened on this date in a past year. Well, he recently put out a call for guest podcasts, and being the excited podcast newbie that I am, I couldn't resist sending him my own audio. It's up now at his site, and you can find out about how on February 5, 1778, South Carolina became the first state to ratify the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union. Enjoy!

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