WHYLD38: Dr Reza Eshaghian, a humanitarian physician, shares intriguing insights from 9 years of working for Doctors Without Borders, having completed 9 assignments in Africa, the Middle East & Ukraine.
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WHYLD37: “Cuddle Queen” & Intimacy Professional Jean Franzblau on navigating boundaries and difficult conversations with compassion, in intimacy and everyday life.
WHYLD36: Tina is preparing for walking the Camino Portugués, an old pilgrimage path along the coast of Portugal, from Porto to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
WHYLD35: Kari “the Mortician” Northey talks about being a single mom meets funeral home director, embalmer, and YouTube educator on the matter of death and all processes that follow it.
WHYLD34: Am I allowed to update my identity? Tina’s solo story about losing interest in a dream career, navigating polyamory, and seeking consistency in times of change.
WHYLD33: How the fear of death through COVID-19 and a long journey of recovery made blogger Nanda Jansson even more resilient and grateful for life.
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Is it okay to not want sex? “I just thought I was a broken gay guy for 20 years.” When Cody Daigle-Orians first posted a
What if the most vulnerable parts of your story were painted on your skin? “An artist’s job is sometimes not to be popular. An artist’s
Is disability a tragedy? “We shouldn’t think of disability as a tragedy but it was that I could have died – which was the
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