My Journey to a Butterfly: Tales of a Wounded Healer

My Journey to a Butterfly: Tales of a Wounded Healer

By Jami Carder
Personal stories and conversations of connection, personal growth and transformation. And, if we're lucky, an occasional sprinkle of grace.
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High school reunion anxiety
High school reunions...do you look forward to them, or dread them? Listen to this unique story of rewriting childhood programming via attending a reunion. You might be pleasantly surprised...
14:15
March 22, 2020
Episode 6: The Twisted Tree
This episode is for anyone who's ever felt stuck, when trying so hard to work on something...particularly, yourself. Listen as I fumble my way through a writing prompt, and end up exactly where I am meant to be. 
27:05
February 23, 2020
Episode 5: The Deer Painting
So many of us are just wounded little children, walking around in grown-up bodies. Adulthood does not magically wash away our childhood crap! Learn how I started to heal that little kid inside me, so I could start making my own choices in life. And also, it's the inspiration for my amazing deer tattoo!
27:50
January 28, 2020
Episode 4: Bitches Get Stuff Done
Handling appliance repair after a divorce isn't always the easiest thing to do, but it's damn empowering.
17:53
January 6, 2020
Episode 3: Dysfunctional Family Thanksgiving Sleepover
Holidays can be tricky. Forced family time can be a double-edged sword, but our family wouldn't change a thing...
09:36
December 22, 2019
Episode 2: Dare to Dream
Have you ever had a dream that seemed more like an experience? Sometimes, we can receive valuable lessons from our dreams, if we are open to receiving them.
17:47
December 12, 2019
Episode 1: Childhood Memories
Isn't it strange what the brain decided to hold on to from your childhood? This story relates a childhood memory to personal accountability and growth. 
16:03
December 9, 2019