Join in on this intimate conversation with Grief Coach Jenn Hepton as she shares how she has turned her pain into purpose. We talk through her story of miscarriage, loss, healing, and how she has come to find her voice amidst tragedy. This episode is for any women who has every felt silenced and knows the weight of trauma in their body.
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Join in on this empowering conversation with poet and therapist Carter Umhau as she shares her journey into writing as well as her work as a therapist with Opal Food and Body, an eating disorder clinic in Seattle. In this episode, we talk about how writing is a therapeutic practice, a way to be a witness to your own story. This episode is an invitation to go deep into your own narrative with voice and healing. You won't want to miss this one as Carter shares three poems about writing, loving yourself, and what it means to roar!Also, big news! We have re-released our issue on voice! Be sure to grab your copy to support women's voices on our website, along with our apparel line that will remind you to roar! Don't forget to subscribe and show us some love in the reviews!
Join FWWR founder Megan Febuary and Artist Heather Stringer as they chat through the power of voice, what it means to be an artist (it's not what you think), and the three words you need to let go of as a woman—'I don't know.' Words have power and for so long with have been conditioned to say 'I don't know' even when we do know. These words Heather describes as, "a slow death of the female voice." Dive into this brave and intimate conversation. Don't forget to subscribe and review!
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Join FWWR founder Megan Febuary and Poet Rosie Llewellyn in a fun and powerful conversation about creativity. Rosie shares her personal journey of adoption, poetry, and how it helped her step into her truest self. This episode will feel like your ease dropping on girls with lots of giggles, speaking serious truth, and will help you step past your fear into your creative breakthrough! You can find information on Rosie's events and poetry book here. Follow our Forwomenwhoroar IG if your haven't for daily inspiration!Shop our re-released first issue on Voice. Shop now!
Join FWWR founder, Megan Febuary and Writer/Illustrator, Jill Landback in a conversation around the power of poetry. Jill shares vulnerably about how poetry gave her a voice through the gift of metaphor to say the unsayable. This episode is for the creative, the artistically blocked, the womxn who is still healing her story, and the lover of poetry. Dive in with us to uncover the mystery of voice and how everyone has a gift to share. You can find Jill's work on IG here. You can find her poem in our first issue here.
In this candid interview, therapist and photographer Talitha Bullock and FWWR founder, Megan Febuary talk about the process of learning to trust your voice especially in family and religious environments where it wasn't safe too. Talitha shares vulnerably about what it was like to grow up in a conservative church where speaking openly wasn't an option and how she had to grant her own voice permission to speak through a therapeutic and deconstructive healing journey.
Join us in this intimate conversation with FWWR host Megan Febuary and Poet Nica Selvaggio. In this empowering episode you will hear Nica's story of adoption, biracial identity, writing, and trauma recovery. There is no doubt that this episode will empower you to step into your voice and power as a womxn, as well as dive into your very own creative work! In this 40 minute episode you will also get a sneak peak at three inspiring poems from Nica that will make you feel all the feelings. Are you ready? Be sure to subscribe on podcast channels and show us some love in the reviews! Thanks friends and keep roaring!
Take a deep dive into this amazing conversation between host Megan Febuary and vocal coach Karina Brossman as they talk about the importance of discovering one's voice and power. In this intimate interview, Karina shares about what led her to this work as a vocal coach, and powerful tools we can put into practice to get our voice back if it has felt muffled. If you are looking to feel empowered and supported in the discovery of your voice, then this episode is for you!
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Welcome to our very first episode of For Women Who Roar! Meet your host, Megan Febuary, as she shares about how FWWR began, her personal journey into storytelling, and how each one of us roaring womxn no matter what season of life we are in!
For Women Who Roar™ is a podcast hosted by FWWR founder Megan Febuary. Featuring womxn's stories, poetry, and wisdom from therapists, artists, poets, musicians, yoga teachers, and many more. Check out this trailer to get an inside look at the intimate and raw conversations with roaring women that inspire!