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Love Dripping From The Walls

Love Dripping From The Walls

By Elizabeth Cunningham
Join host, Elizabeth Cunningham, as her and her guests talk about expanding the conversation of love in the world. Elizabeth and her guests share with the intent that people hear themselves in the stories, are validated in their experience and being empowered, take new action in their lives. In the world, we often talk about "doing things with love" or "coming from love" but what does that mean? This is what we explore and expand covering topics from sexuality, current events, relationships, communication, happiness and much more.

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Season 4. Episode 7. The Final Episode!
Our final thoughts on the season and sharing EXTRA stories that we didn't cover! The goal of this season is that we gain a greater connection as people. When we know what others experience and see each other as humans just like ourselves with fears, dreams, concerns, aspirations and views, we can begin to heal and love one another for our differences and similarities.  Host: Elizabeth Cunningham Elizabeth is a Love Coach currently living in Seattle, WA.  One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn Co-Host: Jami Smith Jami Smith is an incredible human who is dedicated to inclusion, education and that the world is a safe and inviting place for ALL people. Her credentials are far and wide. Listen to the Pre-Season Episode to learn more about Jami! Facebook Instagram Twitter Rah Bryant "I’m a queer black lady that is engaged.  I work in procurement for Facebook, a predominantly white field.  I’m 32 and from Santa Fe NM.  Fun fact : I can only snap with my pinky .  Lol" Paul Anthony Martinez "The reason I am sharing is because I am the stand for everyone to feel loved." Facebook Instagram Puppy Tsai Born and raised in Taiwan, Puppy graduated from the University of Michigan and is currently living with her partner and cats in NYC. She loves science, technology, art, music, and enjoys doing 30-day challenges. LinkedIn Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa
33:22
February 2, 2021
Season 4. Episode 6. What Are Things You Deal with Because You Are BIPOC and LGBTQ?
On this episode, we hear stories from our guests who share the intersectionality of being BIPOC and LGBTQ about specific things in their life they deal with, simply because they are BIPOC and LGBTQ.  The goal of this season is that we gain a greater connection as people. When we know what others experience and see each other as humans just like ourselves with fears, dreams, concerns, aspirations and views, we can begin to heal and love one another for our differences and similarities. *Disclaimer: Love Dripping from the Walls does not think that everyone who is BIPOC and LGBTQ all share the same experiences. These are just examples and stories from a handful of folx who were willing to share from their own point of view.  Host: Elizabeth Cunningham Elizabeth is a Love Coach currently living in Seattle, WA.  One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn Co-Host: Jami Smith Jami Smith is an incredible human who is dedicated to inclusion, education and that the world is a safe and inviting place for ALL people. Her credentials are far and wide. Listen to the Pre-Season Episode to learn more about Jami! Facebook Instagram Twitter Rah Bryant "I’m a queer black lady that is engaged.  I work in procurement for Facebook, a predominantly white field.  I’m 32 and from Santa Fe NM.  Fun fact : I can only snap with my pinky .  Lol" V Babida V is a queer artist & herbalist based in Seattle, Washington. They are a small business owner. They are a fierce mental health advocate and dedicated to building a business focused on intentional self-care. Instagram  Brian Prince "Brian is a visual storytelling artist, parkour athlete and stunt performer for film and television (Black Panther, The Walking Dead, The Predator). Originally from Atlanta Georgia and he now lives In Seattle Washington. Brian spends his down time trying to enjoy life and love in the moment and learning about pop psychology." Website Instagram Twitter Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa
51:11
January 27, 2021
Season 4. Episode 5. Micro-aggressions: What Are They? How Do You Experience Them?
This episode is the co-host, Jami's, brain child. On this episode, you'll hear the bad, the ugly and the absurd micro-aggressions experienced by our panel of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, plus). Gain insight into other perspectives and tools to move through the world as a person who really listens and treats people with respect. The goal of this season is that we gain a greater connection as people. When we know what others experience and see each other as humans just like ourselves with fears, dreams, concerns, aspirations and views, we can begin to heal and love one another for our differences and similarities. Host: Elizabeth Cunningham Elizabeth is a Love Coach currently living in Seattle, WA.  One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn Co-Host: Jami Smith Jami Smith is an incredible human who is dedicated to inclusion, education and that the world is a safe and inviting place for ALL people. Her credentials are far and wide. Listen to the Pre-Season Episode to learn more about Jami! Facebook Instagram Twitter Rah Bryant "I’m a queer black lady that is engaged.  I work in procurement for Facebook, a predominantly white field.  I’m 32 and from Santa Fe NM.  Fun fact : I can only snap with my pinky .  Lol" Paul Anthony Martinez "The reason I am sharing is because I am the stand for everyone to feel loved." Facebook Instagram V Babida V is a queer artist & herbalist based in Seattle, Washington. They are a small business owner. They are a fierce mental health advocate and dedicated to building a business focused on intentional self-care. Instagram  Kaleb Laird Kaleb is an entrepreneur and aspiring philanthropist. He loves spending time outdoors with his friends and family, is really good at getting songs stuck in people’s heads, and loves making people laugh. Puppy Tsai Born and raised in Taiwan, Puppy graduated from the University of Michigan and is currently living with her partner and cats in NYC. She loves science, technology, art, music, and enjoys doing 30-day challenges. LinkedIn Daniel Acosta I am a proud gay man, happily married for 6 years now.  Grew up in the Land of Enchantment, New Mexico, in a very conservative, Catholic, Hispanic family and town.  I didn't come out until I was 24 after moving to Seattle. I has definitely been a tough journey being of color and gay. However, with hard work, dedication, a loving partner, close family and friends I have been able to accomplish some pretty cool goals and have learned to accept myself. Email Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa
55:23
January 20, 2021
Season 4. Episode 4. If people only knew_____ my life would be easier, peaceful or happier.
Listen to our guests as they talk about what would make their lives easier, happier and more peaceful as Black, Indigenous, People of Color and LGBTQ+. This is a raw and real conversation about the real life experiences of people who are BIPOC and LGBTQ+. The goal of this season is that we gain a greater connection as people. When we know what others experience and see each other as humans just like ourselves with fears, dreams, concerns, aspirations and views, we can begin to heal and love one another for our differences and similarities. Host: Elizabeth Cunningham Elizabeth is a Love Coach currently living in Seattle, WA.  One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn Co-Host: Jami Smith Jami Smith is an incredible human who is dedicated to inclusion, education and that the world is a safe and inviting place for ALL people. Her credentials are far and wide. Listen to the Pre-Season Episode to learn more about Jami! Facebook Instagram Twitter Paul Anthony Martinez "The reason I am sharing is because I am the stand for everyone to feel loved." Facebook Instagram Brian Prince "Brian is a visual storytelling artist, parkour athlete and stunt performer for film and television (Black Panther, The Walking Dead, The Predator). Originally from Atlanta Georgia and he now lives In Seattle Washington. Brian spends his down time trying to enjoy life and love in the moment and learning about pop psychology." Website Instagram Twitter Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
54:30
January 13, 2021
Season 4. Episode 3. What is your biggest concern as someone who is BIPOC and LGBTQ+?
From the Episode: "It feels good to know that other queer people are struggling with the same things, as queer people and even as human beings we tendency to think that we're alone in the things we're dealing with... and actually we're not all that different."  - V "For anyone, you don't have to fit into any label, just be yourself. It can be difficult but it will be the most beautiful thing for your life... There is always someone that loves you for who you are. Don't give up. Never give up." - Puppy The goal of this season is that we gain a greater connection as people. When we know what others experience and see each other as humans just like ourselves with fears, dreams, concerns, aspirations and views, we can begin to heal and love one another for our differences and similarities. Host: Elizabeth Cunningham Elizabeth is a Love Coach currently living in Seattle, WA.  One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn Co-Host: Jami Smith Jami Smith is an incredible human who is dedicated to inclusion, education and that the world is a safe and inviting place for ALL people. Her credentials are far and wide. Listen to the Pre-Season Episode to learn more about Jami! Facebook Instagram Twitter Paul Anthony Martinez "The reason I am sharing is because I am the stand for everyone to feel loved." Facebook Instagram Brian Prince "Brian is a visual storytelling artist, parkour athlete and stunt performer for film and television (Black Panther, The Walking Dead, The Predator). Originally from Atlanta Georgia and he now lives In Seattle Washington. Brian spends his down time trying to enjoy life and love in the moment and learning about pop psychology." Website Instagram Twitter V Babida V is a queer artist & herbalist based in Seattle, Washington. They are a small business owner. They are a fierce mental health advocate and dedicated to building a business focused on intentional self-care. Instagram  Puppy Tsai Born and raised in Taiwan, Puppy graduated from the University of Michigan and is currently living with her partner and cats in NYC. She loves science, technology, art, music, and enjoys doing 30-day challenges. LinkedIn Kaleb Laird Kaleb is an entrepreneur and aspiring philanthropist. He loves spending time outdoors with his friends and family, is really good at getting songs stuck in people’s heads, and loves making people laugh. Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
59:44
January 6, 2021
Season 4, Episode 2. What is a monolith? But really...
What is a monolith? A large and impersonal political, corporate, or social structure regarded as intractably indivisible and uniform. Ok, great. But really, what does that mean? When we overgeneralize about a group or about people it can become so culturally engrained that the assumption becomes inseparable from the individual people.  Our panel of guests talk about what their as-lived experience is in having these over-generalizations put on them throughout their lives. They share about how negative stereotypes have impacted them but even how positive stereotypes have had harmful impacts, as well. The goal in all of this is that we gain a greater connection as people. When we know what others experience and see each other as humans just like ourselves with fears, dreams, concerns, aspirations and views, we can begin to heal and love one another for our differences and similarities. Host: Elizabeth Cunningham Elizabeth is a Love Coach currently living in Seattle, WA.  One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Co-Host: Jami Smith Jami Smith is an incredible human who is dedicated to inclusion, education and that the world is a safe and inviting place for ALL people. Her credentials are far and wide. Listen to the Pre-Season Episode to learn more about Jami! Facebook Instagram Twitter V Babida V is a queer artist & herbalist based in Seattle, Washington. They are a small business owner. They are a fierce mental health advocate and dedicated to building a business focused on intentional self-care. Instagram  Rah Bryant "I’m a queer black lady that is engaged.  I work in procurement for Facebook, a predominantly white field.  I’m 32 and from Santa Fe NM.  Fun fact : I can only snap with my pinky .  Lol" Puppy Tsai Born and raised in Taiwan, Puppy graduated from the University of Michigan and is currently living with her partner and cats in NYC. She loves science, technology, art, music, and enjoys doing 30-day challenges. LinkedIn Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
59:35
December 30, 2020
Season 4. Episode 1. Stories of Intersectionality as-lived by BIPOC and LGBTQ
Intersectionality is a concept and it is also an as-lived experience for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Queer). This episode is a discussion between people who live that intersectionality.  The goal in all of this is that we gain a greater connection as people. When we know what others experience and see each other as humans just like ourselves with fears, dreams, concerns, aspirations and views, we can begin to heal and love one another for our differences and similarities. The concept and definition of intersectionality by Kimberle Crenshaw, "the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage." Host: Elizabeth Cunningham Elizabeth is a Love Coach currently living in Seattle, WA.  One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Co-Host: Jami Smith Jami Smith is an incredible human who is dedicated to inclusion, education and that the world is a safe and inviting place for ALL people. Her credentials are far and wide. Listen to the Pre-Season Episode to learn more about Jami! Facebook Instagram Twitter Brian Prince "Brian is a visual storytelling artist, parkour athlete and stunt performer for film and television (Black Panther, The Walking Dead, The Predator). Originally from Atlanta Georgia and he now lives In Seattle Washington. Brian spends his down time trying to enjoy life and love in the moment and learning about pop psychology." Website Instagram Twitter Rah Bryant "I’m a queer black lady that is engaged.  I work in procurement for Facebook, a predominantly white field.  I’m 32 and from Santa Fe NM.  Fun fact : I can only snap with my pinky .  Lol" Paul Anthony Martinez "The reason I am sharing is because I am the stand for everyone to feel loved." Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
55:17
December 23, 2020
Droplet of Love: Balance is not for the faint of heart.
This weeks droplet of love: Balance is not for the faint of heart.  It is not about what's fair or unfair. It's not about being right. It's not about being wrong.  Balance is about being steady, steadfast. It's about being the calm in the storm. You may get rocked. You may have wins, but you keep going and growing regardless of what happens. You don't let arrogance or pain stop your trajectory forward. Contact Elizabeth One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
10:08
December 20, 2020
Season 4. Episode 0. Who is Jami Smith and what are we talking about this season?
Season 4 is here! What is Season 4 all about? This season we will be talking with people who are Black Indigenous, people of color who are also in the LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and more) Community.  My goal in this season, along with all of my seasons, is that the people who identify with my guests feel validated, seen, heard and know that they are not alone in their experience of life.  It is also my goal that those people who do not directly identify with my guests can learn how people who are different from them experience the world and that they gain a greater understanding of others and their view points. My goal in all of this is that we gain a greater connection as people on this planet. When we know what others experience and see each other as humans just like ourselves with fears, dreams, concerns, aspirations and views, we can begin to heal and love one another for our differences and similarities. As my wonderful co-host says in the episode, "These are important and meaty topics, especially in this day and age as we start thinking about the intersection of racial justice and LGBTQ [...] solidarity and freedoms." Meet My Co-Host! Jami Smith is an incredible human who is dedicated to inclusion, education and that the world is a safe and inviting place for ALL people. Her credentials are far and wide. Here are a few: Staffer for Obama 2008, 2012 and Clinton in 2016 Very active in WA state democratic party Was on the executive board of King County Democrats in Washington, USA A former Precinct Committee Officer for 37th legislative Dems A DNC delegate representing 9th congressional district Served on board of Emerge WA which recruits women to run for office Ran for Renton City Council, Washington USA Jami is also a Black and bisexual woman who will also be sharing from her experiences and her point of view during the season, as well.  "Hopefully, we can model [these conversations] for other folks in your audience. That they can create these environments for themselves and their families, their friends [...] where we can have conversation where we can mess up, we can ask for forgiveness and we can do better. I think that's going to be the legacy of this season." - Jami Smith "When you don't know what you don't know, it's hard to even find a place to stand to start learning." - Elizabeth Cunningham Contact Elizabeth Ann Cunningham Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Buy the Merch! NEW! Autism Compassion Africa Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
34:48
December 16, 2020
You are a Diamond, My Love with Tiffany L. Gough
Listen in to the last episode of Season Two, the season all about self-love. This episode is with author, Tiffany L. Gough. The perfect way to end this season with this incredible woman talking about how to create the future that you want, starting with loving yourself.  Tiffany L. Gough is a financial advisor who has been in the financial services industry since 1990. She has helped many of her clients through some difficult times while working on their financial goals. Tiffany was recognized by the Seattle Magazine as a “Five-star Wealth Manager” multiple times between 2017 and 2019. In her debut book “You Are Perfectly Flawed and Rarer Than Any Diamond”, she shares some of the tools that have helped her overcome her challenges. Find Tiffany Buy the book You Are Perfectly Flawed and Rarer Than a Diamond Find Elizabeth One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter   LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Buy the Merch! NEW! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
54:59
December 5, 2020
Dating During Corona Times with Love and Partnership Coach Jess Garcia, Part Two
Corona Virus seems to go on and on and as we try navigate our "new normal," we're running into questions about dating. Should you start dating right now? What could you do? What are other people doing? Listen in as your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, chats with Dating and Partnership Coach, Jess Garcia about how the dating game has changed. Find Jess Shift to We Facebook Find Elizabeth Instagram Twitter Facebook Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
45:44
September 1, 2020
Dating During Corona Times with Dating and Partnership Coach Jess Garcia, Part One
Corona Virus seems to go on and on and as we try navigate our "new normal," we're running into questions about dating. Should you start dating right now? What could you do? What are other people doing? Listen in as your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, chats with Dating and Partnership Coach, Jess Garcia about how the dating game has changed. Find Jess Shift to We Facebook Find Elizabeth Instagram Twitter Facebook Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
43:04
August 19, 2020
Happiness part 4 of 4 with Dr. Justin Blaney
Dr. Justin Blaney joins us again! We continue our conversation about love and happiness! We begin to take the concepts that we have been talking about and answering the question: 'What does that look like in real life?' This is the beginning of the expansion of Love Dripping from the Walls. Taking the concept of "coming from love" "all you need it love" and "just act from love" into reality. What does it take and what does it look like when we are "acting from love" in our lives? The examples may surprise you. 2020 has been an interesting year, to say the least. From a global pandemic, protests for racial justice and equality, an election year and on and on, it has given us all a lot to think about, discuss and take action on. Topics Include: - Saying things that are authentic for you, even if it is uncomfortable, because then you can take actions based off of what is true for people - The concept of love and feelings and how we express them effectively (or not) - What questions can you ask yourself to unlock possibilities in your life and relationships? - Questioning conformity and coming from choice. Mentioned on the Podcast Daryl Davis - Black man who has conversations with Ku Klux Klan members - Through these conversations, over 60 people have turned from the KKK Find Justin Everywhere @justinblaney or justinblaney.com Instagram The App - Over 2500 Years of Wisdom Translated Patreon Twitter Find Elizabeth Instagram Twitter Facebook Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
54:59
August 11, 2020
Happiness Part 3 of 4 with Dr. Justin Blaney, from Concept to Reality
Dr. Justin Blaney joins us again! We continue our conversation about love and happiness! We begin to take the concepts that we have been talking about and answering the question: 'What does that look like in real life?' This is the beginning of the expansion of Love Dripping from the Walls. Taking the concept of "coming from love" "all you need it love" and "just act from love" into reality. What does it take and what does it look like when we are "acting from love" in our lives? The examples may surprise you. 2020 has been an interesting year, to say the least. From a global pandemic, protests for racial justice and equality, an election year and on and on, it has given us all a lot to think about, discuss and take action on.  Topics Include: - Life under the stay at home times, how has it shaped our relationships, our mindset, our worldview and what we see is important.  - Being able to look at where we fall short, move past the guilt or shame, learn and keep taking action. - What are the real actions that you can take "inside of love"? - Inwardly focused v. outwardly focused - Why listening is so important and why we are SO bad at it? Find Justin I’m everywhere @justinblaney or justinblaney.com Instagram The App - Over 2500 Years of Wisdom Translated Patreon Twitter Find Elizabeth Instagram Twitter Facebook Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
54:59
August 4, 2020
Droplet of Love: Dating - Sex and Checks
What we are talking about on our Droplet of Love today is the conversations that you have when you first start dating someone. From splitting the check to having sex. When should you bring up these topics and how is the best way to do it? Find Elizabeth One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
14:13
August 1, 2020
Keeping Love and Connection Alive when Disagreeing with Your Family
This is a conversation between your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, and her guests, Haley Richardson, Jessica Smolinski and James Sweazea about having conversations with your family when most or all parties don't agree.  This is a conversation about what works and what doesn't work, with communication with our families when we really do want to keep love, respect and connection present and alive even when we have very different points of view. Connect with Jess DJ Tracks Connect with Haley Twitch Connect with James Mister Blank Website Mister Blank FaceBook Connect with Elizabeth One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
01:20:49
July 28, 2020
Droplet of Love: Not Everyone Has the Same Experiences as You
On this Droplet of Love, Elizabeth talks about how to communicate effectively and have workability in your relationships, regardless of your background, race, sexual orientation, religion, ability, or point of view. Anyone that we are in relationships with, whether that be polyamorous relationships or monogamous relationships, are going to have their own point of view. This does not have to be a source of tension. This can be an expansion of who we get to be in relationships. Listen to this episode and discover how to have conversations that leave others validated and heard that enables the relationship to heal, grow and flourish, regardless of you or your partner(s) point of view.  "Just because we can only see things from our unique lens, does not mean we have the right to invalidate someone else's perspective."  "How we treat people around us is indicative of how we see the world." "This is a thing that gets missed. We assume that someone else's life experiences are similar enough that we can say things that we think are ok and that they will be ok for everyone."  Find Elizabeth One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
24:41
July 24, 2020
Live Your Adventure Part Two with Nick Devlin
Part Two of my conversation with Life Coach, Nick Devlin! We continue our talk about creating your life as an adventure and what that actually looks like. Our topics on this episode are: Tenacious self-love; meeting yourself where you're at What it takes to repair trust and repair the past Moving past failure to the adventure on the other side How to use our individual practices of growth and apply it to the change we want in all areas of life Taking a multi-faceted approach to life; not just taking personal development at an insight level but what action are you taking and what are you sharing with others? Recognizing that we are all human and being willing to see others humanity no matter how much we disagree.  Actions that you can take that can change the course of your life and the world Artfully interruption We are all connected and what we do makes a difference; know that who you are being has an effect on an impact on those around you.  "Life is performance art, or you could think of it as a game or a quest." - Nick Devlin  "It's hard to hate up close." - Brene Brown A husband, father and former Army Ranger, Nick Devlin is an entrepreneur and life coach on a mission to spread the message that LIFE is and ADVENTURE and that you get to choose yours and LIVE it! He is creating a movement towards a more peaceful, loving, playful and inspiring world where people wake up every day excited to create and explore their ideal life. He knows what it is like to choose safety and control over the unknown and has felt the resulting suffering and misery. Now he's living his most epic adventure every day and wants to have you on his team when you're ready to choose your adventure!! Find Nick Devlin nickdevlincoaching.com nickdevlincoach@gmail.com Find Elizabeth One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Other Resources Mentioned Rachel Elizabeth Cargle Free Hugs Guy - Kenneth E. Nwadike Jr. "It's hard to hate up close." - Brene Brown Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
51:42
July 21, 2020
Live Your Adventure Part One with Nick Devlin
Your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, talks with Life Coach, Nick Devlin, about being a parent, an Army Ranger, working up the corporate ladder, realizing what you want in life and beginning again. The subjects we cover include how your physical heart and body are directly connected to with your ability to be happy, the importance of multi-sourcing your wisdom, themes of teaching and coaching throughout different modalities and throughout time that are still true and relevant today, self-love, judgement-free awareness, acceptance and imagination. All of this with wonderful tangents about punk rock and more. "Any good adventure you are going to hit a rock and you are going to learn." Nick Devlin A husband, father and former Army Ranger, Nick Devlin is an entrepreneur and life coach on a mission to spread the message that LIFE is and ADVENTURE and that you get to choose yours and LIVE it! He is creating a movement towards a more peaceful, loving, playful and inspiring world where people wake up every day excited to create and explore their ideal life. He knows what it is like to choose safety and control over the unknown and has felt the resulting suffering and misery. Now he's living his most epic adventure every day and wants to have you on his team when you're ready to choose your adventure!! Find Nick Devlin nickdevlincoaching.com nickdevlincoach@gmail.com Find Elizabeth One on One Coaching Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Other Resources on the Podcast Danielle LaPorte Jaco Pastorius Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
57:32
July 18, 2020
Let's Talk About Consent with Scott MacDonald
Host, Elizabeth Cunningham, talks with Scott MacDonald, creator of End of the Innocence, about the importance of consent, why it seems to be so logical yet so illusive and what we can do to create a culture of consent. Click the link below to attend his free event, Culture of Consent: How do We Get There? Scott MacDonald is a former mathematics educator turned software engineer. He started End of the Innocence in November 2017 to bring about cultural change with the goal of eliminating sexual harassment and assault. End of the Innocence is about having conversations that lead to discovering what consent is to you, how you have interacted with it in the past and what you can do in the future. Many people think they know a lot more about consent than they really do. They "know", for example, that it's about sex. That's not necessarily true. We can teach children about consent from an early age that they have the right to decide what does and doesn't happen with their body and that others have that right, too.  Then there's consent and long-running sexual relationships; how explicit does consent need to be? Does it suffice in that case for someone to simply not say "no" (assuming they're capable of doing so)? There are a lot of myths about consent and our conversation begins to dispel some of them. End of the Innocence Web Site Facebook Twitter info@endoftheinnocence.org scottm@endoftheinnocence.org Event: Culture of Consent: How Do We Get There? July 18, 1-5pm PDT Free to attend, but attendees must register via Eventbrite. Only people who register will receive the information on how to join the zoom meeting. There will be several talks and interactive conversations revolving around consent and creation of a culture of consent. Our keynote speaker is Alice Vachss, author of Sex Crimes, Then and Now,and former prosecutor of sex crimes in Queens, NY. Find Elizabeth Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
42:54
July 15, 2020
Reflecting on Our Privilege, Part Two with Shaun Hamilton
Part two with, host, Elizabeth Cunningham, talking with Shaun Hamilton, Video Editor, Gender Violence Advocate, Artist, Entrepreneur and my former "Sound Guy"  reflects on his life as a white man in America and where his privilege has showed up. Some Topics that We Cover - The importance of self-care, especially when being an advocate, ally, activist in the Black Lives Matter Movement - Be willing to be held accountable and be willing to get it wrong. - Call to action: Stay as aware and in tune with what is going on in the world, and stay in action, even when things start opening back up (from COVID). - Asking why, illuminates people's reasoning and begins to tell a story that we can then being to take actions from. - Talking about defunding the police and what that might look like.  - What does the police do v. what do we want them to do? Are police necessary? - What are the solutions that are going to repair the damage that we have done in the Black Communities? Further Resources Tamika Mallory Books An Anti-Racist American History Reading List - 7 books to get you started Movies 11 movies that confront American racism Donate 24 Places to Donate - Choose the one or more than one that speaks to you. Find Shaun Instagram Find Elizabeth Facebook Instagram Twitter elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
01:02:07
July 10, 2020
Reflecting on Our Privilege, Part One with Shaun Hamilton
On this episode, host, Elizabeth Cunningham, talk with Shaun Hamilton, Video Editor, Gender Violence Advocate, Artist, Entrepreneur and my former "Sound Guy"  reflects on his life as a white man in America and where his privilege has showed up. Some Topics that We Cover - How we are taught about cops as white kids growing up vs. how black and brown kids were taught about police. - Talking about how white girls are taught that if they cry that things will be ok or that it will get them out of things (ex: speeding tickets). - Concerning Black Lives Matter and the fight for racial equality: We need sustained action. There are a lot of minor victories up front but we need to keep going and keep taking action. - That everyone, all humans, no matter their color, desire love, happiness and connection. We may have different cultures, skin tones, backgrounds and we should celebrate that. And if we can see each other as fellow human beings and see ourselves in one another, we can come together in that and then celebrate our differences.  - How do you stand as an individual and how do you stand as a business? What's the line between taking a stance as a business and news-jacking? - How this all ties back into love. If we stand for love, justice, equality then we can't be worried about always "getting it right" we have to keep coming from that place, taking actions, being held accountable if those actions didn't work, and then keep going.  Find Shaun Instagram Find Elizabeth Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon elizabethanncunningham.com LinkedIn  Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
57:25
July 7, 2020
Having Awkward Conversations that Move Us Forward, Part 2 with Victoria Tangata
Part two of a conversation between Elizabeth, a white woman, and Victoria, a black woman about being a friend during these times, being an ally and having awkward conversations that move us forward. Victoria immigrated to the US from East Africa when she was very young. She is a soon-to-be-released author of Dancing with Myself: A Black Woman's Personal Journey to Self-Love During COVID-19. The conversation we are having today is a conversation between sisters, friends, queens of having awkward conversations that move things forward. Having heart to heart conversations that lead to love, freedom and self-expression that move things forward. Snip-its from the show: > Words are cheap, actions are everything. > "What's the point of a friend if I'm over here being abused and all you can say is well at least you have a friend?" > It comes down to the awkward conversations and the actions that follow. > What's the difference between white saviorism and sticking up for your friend and using your privilege? Our hope is that this podcast opens up a conversation about race and privilege in individuals lives where there wasn't one before so that we can all be working towards equality together. Come back to our love for each other and then spread it to the world. Register for Blast Into Self-Love 10% Off Link Find Out More Buy Vic's Book! Dancing With Myself - A personal journey of self-love during Covid-19 Find Victoria Instagram FaceBook***Let Vic know you found her through the podcast! Look for her new book, Dancing with Myself and follow her on Social Media for updates! Find Elizabeth Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving!
56:43
July 4, 2020
Having Awkward Conversations That Move Us Forward, Part 1 with Victoria Tangata
Tune in to Elizabeth's conversation with Victoria Tangata. Victoria immigrated to the US from East Africa when she was very young. She is a soon-to-be-released author of Dancing with Myself: A Black Woman's Personal Journey to Self-Love During COVID-19. The conversation we are having today is a conversation between sisters, friends, queens of having awkward conversations that move things forward. Having heart to heart conversations that lead to love, freedom and self-expression that move things forward.  In our world today we have been talking a lot about race. The conversation on this episode is not just about friends but about a white woman and a black woman navigating their friendship, giving each other grace, listening and learning from the other as we work towards a world where we can come from love and where we all experience equality. Register for Blast Into Self-Love 10% Off Link Find Out More Buy Vic's Book! Dancing With Myself - A personal journey of self-love during Covid-19 Find Victoria Instagram Facebook ***Let Vic know you found her through the podcast! Find Elizabeth Facebook Instagram Twitter Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com lovedrippingfromthewalls.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving!
59:08
July 1, 2020
The Mindset of Happiness with Dr. Justin Blaney, Part 2
Continuing our conversation with Dr. Justin Blaney. We cover the biology and evolution that drives our actions. What's the difference between your gut instincts and your subconscious intuition? Accepting how we feel and not running from our emotions which can cause us more harm in the long run. We beat ourselves up in the moment but what can we do instead? How to be ok with sadness and be happy by embracing all of what we are dealing with.  There is a freedom in being yourself and knowing who you are. How to develop a deep well of self-love. What are the ways in which you express your own self-love now? Taking things and doing them for the fun of it and having it be fun instead of putting pressure on yourself to do something.  Quotes: "We want to try to follow the happiness." -Justin "The greatest aspect of Life is that there is no meaning to it and there is no need for it to have a meaning. Human beings are constantly trying to create false purposes. It is a trap. Human Beings like it (assign it meaning) because it gives you a sense of safety, security, protection, individual identity. If you build a cocoon around yourself it gives you safety, but it also imprisons you. Don't look for a purpose. When you find one, you find madness. The purpose of Life is to Live and Live totally." Sadhguru Find Justin I’m everywhere @justinblaney or justinblaney.com Instagram The App - Over 2500 Years of Wisdom Translated Patreon Twitter Follow the Podcast Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Find Elizabeth Instagram Twitter Facebook Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
55:09
July 1, 2020
The Mindset of Happiness with Dr. Justin Blaney, Part 1
Thank you for tuning in to this two part episode with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, Dr. Justin Blaney, as we discuss the Justin's personal journey in discovering happiness and some of the science behind human mindset and happiness.  Justin is a professor at the University of Washington, the bestselling author of 15 books including two being released in the next year, the Creator of a free app on Android and Apple that translates for the modern reader 2500 years of wisdom on living your best life and he reaches more than 1 million followers through the app, book, speaking and social media. We inquire into: What are we doing right now to build the best life possible for yourself? That includes what are you doing in these current times? It means making hard choices and not just turning on your TV and maintaining the status quo. What are the actions that you would take in your life because you enjoy it?  What does it mean to live a happy life? Not the default or status quo but what authentically makes you happy?  What decisions are going to lead to more happiness in your life? Taking action and making decisions, not because of prestige or money but purely because it leads you to a happy life, even if those actions are not the "easiest" actions to take. How do we create our mindset down to the foundational level in order to express how and who we really want to be as an authentic expression. We being our conversation about the science behind our mindset and self-love. Some Golden Nuggets from Justin: "I know what it's like to be at the end of my rope... and I also know what it's like to have hope... which is why I want to share this with people"  "We are the primary limiting forces in our life."  "We say no to ourselves far more than other people say no to us." "It's more magnetic to have self-love" "In the end, if you really want to maximize happiness, The lesson is take the biggest risk you have available to you." Find Justin: I’m everywhere @justinblaney or justinblaney.com Instagram The App - Over 2500 Years of Wisdom Translated Patreon Twitter Follow the Podcast: Facebook Instagram YouTube lovedrippingfromthewalls.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Find Elizabeth: Instagram Twitter Facebook Patreon LinkedIn elizabethanncunningham.com Share the Love Sponsor Voice Comment Rate and Review on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
48:12
June 24, 2020
Talking about Race and Privilege with Love and Compassion
Why am I talking about racism and white privilege on a podcast about love? Because love is not just a conversation for the individual. If we have real palpable love in our lives, yet our neighbors are suffering, how deep can our love actually be? A coach of mine once said in response to, why keep learning about personal development, "Great, you've figured out how to get your shit together, now what about every body else?" If we are concerned with a world where EVERYONE experiences real, deep and palpable love, we must concern ourselves with what we can do to make that possible. As caring, compassionate and loving humans, we must respond to the call to stand alongside our black and brown neighbors to lift their voices and enable them to be heard.  Actions you can take: - Start by clicking one thing bellow Mentioned in the podcast: Nicole Walters Books An Anti-Racist American History Reading List - 7 books to get you started  Movies 11 movies that confront American racism Follow Rachel Cargle, a writer and lecturer who explores the intersection between race and womanhood Ibram X. Kendi, the author of How To Be An Antiracist and Director of the Antiracism Center Nikkolas Smith, the artist behind portraits of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and others Charlene Carruthers, founder of the Black Youth Project 100 Brittany Packnett Cunningham, co-founder of Campaign Zero, a policy platform to end police violence, and a host of Pod Save The People Ally Henny, a Christian commentator on race Candace Andrews, a photographer documenting protests Articles 10 Common Phrases That Are Actually Racist AF - I definitely had to check myself with this one. A Detailed List of Anti-Racism Resources - Books, movies and more - Kid friendly resources, as well. First, Listen. Then, Learn: Anti-Racism Resources For White People - Forbes Donate 24 Places to Donate - Choose the one or more than one that speaks to you. My Info elizabethanncunningham.com lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com
44:20
June 6, 2020
Droplet of Love: Schedule Your Love
Hey Love Nerds! The Droplet of Love is about the importance of scheduling your time for love. It may seem like it's a silly thing to do, like it should just happen organically, like scheduling time takes out the spark or the fun. So untrue. Scheduling time for love can actually make your life and your love be even better!  ----- Please like, subscribe, rate, review, sponsor... or whatever the button says on the platform that you're listening on, if you want to keep getting content about love sex and relationships! ----- You can also find me on my website: elizabethanncunningham.com ----- Keep Listening and Keep Loving!
19:59
May 30, 2020
Creating Love-Centered Businesses with Marisa Etzell
In this episode, I talk with Marisa Etzell the host of Heart to Heart about creating businesses with a mission to spread love in the world. Heart to heart is a show she created several years ago. It started as an idea for a mentorship program for kids needing heart surgeries in the hospital to a radio show and now to a FaceBook live-streaming show! I invited Marisa on my podcast to turn the tables around on her and put her in the hot seat and highlight who she is as an entrepreneur, the host of a show, what her mission is in the world. In this episode you will hear about: two women being real with what it takes to build businesses based off of love, who you have to be for yourself and others and some challenges we face. Why it is so important to consider love, compassion and empathy in business? We'll also talk about how heart to heart got started and the diagnosis that changed Marisa's life, the difficulties and the growing experiences that come with medical diagnosis and all the spaces that you go through in creating projects and businesses in the world, from vision, to taking action to having it be real and then letting it take shape. And of course you can't escape my podcast without getting some love coaching, how impactful our words are, asking for what you want and receiving it authentically, getting out of your head and following your heart. _____ Reach out to Marisa: Instagram: @fitnfree_ FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/marisa.etzell _____ Let me know if you enjoyed this episode by: Becoming a monthly sponsor! Leaving a voice comment that I can post in upcoming episodes! Like, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! _____ Get in touch with me! I am always looking for constructive feedback and thoughts about what could be talked about in the show! Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com  _____ Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! _____ Keep Listening and Keep Loving
01:15:44
May 27, 2020
Droplet of Love: Fairness
Hello my darling Love Nerds! Welcome to Droplets of Love!  Listen into the new segment with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham. In this segment Elizabeth delves into the topic of fairness, a different way of looking at fairness. In this Droplet of Love I examine what "fair" means to the individual versus what is "fair" for everyone involved in a situation. I leave it open-ended to be discovered by you, using an example from your life.  "Not sacrificing, but growing into the human that can have things work instead of staying stuck." ***Resources for this segment*** National Domestic Violence Hotline Let me know if you enjoyed this episode by: Becoming a monthly sponsor! Leaving a voice comment that I can post in upcoming episodes! Like, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Get in touch with me! I am always looking for constructive feedback and thoughts about what could be talked about in the show! Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
14:18
May 23, 2020
Body Acceptance Part 2 with Cordelia Storm
Body acceptance is a form of self-love. When we love and accept ourselves, we gain the ability to love and accept others. In part two of my conversation with Cordelia Storm we talk about what is the emotion or feeling that you are choosing, not the emotions that are just happening to you? What is the difference between pretending to feel a certain way and actually generating real emotions and how you want to feel?  We continue to cover, moving from body acceptance to body appreciation, What if we could have the mindset of acceptance and appreciation from the get go? We turn to the conversation of movement as a human right. How do you balance wanting to achieve a goal and appreciating where you are at right now? How do you not fixate on all of the small things and let go of things you don't have control over? Which then brings us to how your mindset can set your body free. "When you stop obsessing if it's good enough, you just have space to be wowed." - Cordelia Storm Closing statements about nutrition. Also, if you would like to message Cordelia on Instagram with any questions, comments, stories, please do! Instagram @cordeliajumps Cordelia's health coaching - with a focus on body acceptance ( reach out to me at cordeliastorm@gmail.com ) Beginner-friendly at home movement, yoga and parkour taught by both Cordelia and Elizabeth! at pkvmoves.org Let me know if you enjoyed this episode by: Becoming a monthly sponsor! Leaving a voice comment that I can post in upcoming episodes! Like, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Get in touch with me! I am always looking for constructive feedback and thoughts about what could be talked about in the show! Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com  Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
44:28
May 20, 2020
Body Acceptance Part 1 with Cordelia Storm
Body acceptance is a form of self-love. When we love and accept ourselves, we gain the ability to love and accept others. In my conversation with Cordelia we chat about Body acceptance vs body love or body positivity, choosing your body for exactly how it is so you can choose how you want to interact with your body We also talk about dealing with eating disorders. How did her eating disorder start? What was her mindset then vs. her mindset now. Even though she doesn't deal with symptoms now, does she still deal with those thoughts? And ultimately, what did she do to overcome her eating disorder? We continue our conversation with not identifying yourself a certain way based on your body. When she coaches people in nutrition she really has people look at their goals and identify finding their why. Other topics we cover are the good, the bad and the ugly of body image conversations on social media. Cordelia's wonderful life lessons using parkour and movement as a tool: #choice #balance What's possible when you consider there isn't a right or wrong way that your body has to be? If you would like to message Cordelia on Instagram with any questions, comments, stories, please do! Instagram @cordeliajumps Cordelia's health coaching - with a focus on body acceptance ( reach out to me at cordeliastorm@gmail.com ) Beginner-friendly at home movement, yoga and parkour taught by both Cordelia and Elizabeth! at pkvmoves.org Let me know if you enjoyed this episode by: Becoming a monthly sponsor! Leaving a voice comment that I can post in upcoming episodes! Like, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Get in touch with me! I am always looking for constructive feedback and thoughts about what could be talked about in the show! Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
42:55
May 20, 2020
Droplet of Love: Toxic Monogamy Culture
Hello fellow Love Nerds! Welcome to Droplets of Love!  Listen into the new segment with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham. In this segment Elizabeth delves into the topic of toxic monogamy culture. What the heck is that? What is monogamy? What is ethical non-monogamy? Let's have a conversation. Like for real though, let's have a conversation where we consider other people's happiness and look at what works for people versus the biases we have about people. Let me know if you enjoyed this episode by: Becoming a monthly sponsor! Leaving a voice comment that I can post in upcoming episodes! Like, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Get in touch with me! I am always looking for constructive feedback and thoughts about what could be talked about in the show! Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
13:43
May 16, 2020
Droplet of Love: COVID-19 Compassion Fatigue
Hello fellow Love Nerds! Welcome to Droplets of Love!  Listen into the new segment with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham. In this segment Elizabeth delves into the topic of compassion fatigue during COVID-19. What is compassion fatigue? How do you deal with it? How do you not only deal with compassion fatigue but are able to continually regenerate your compassion and vitality? Let me know if you enjoyed this episode by: Becoming a monthly sponsor! Leaving a voice comment that I can post in upcoming episodes! Like, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Get in touch with me! I am always looking for constructive feedback and thoughts about what could be talked about in the show! Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
17:56
May 16, 2020
Droplet of Love: Moving Past Jealousy
Hello fellow Love Nerds! Welcome to Droplets of Love!  Listen into the new segment with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham. In this segment Elizabeth delves into the topic of jealousy. What causes feelings of jealousy? How can you resolve a situation with a partner involving jealousy? And, what can you do to resolve jealousy once and for all.  If you like this segment please like, subscribe or click on the sponsor button! Let me know if you enjoyed this episode by: Becoming a monthly sponsor! Leaving a voice comment that I can post in upcoming episodes! Like, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Get in touch with me! I am always looking for constructive feedback and thoughts about what could be talked about in the show! Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Thank you so much for all of your support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
14:43
May 16, 2020
What You Think is Possible vs. What's Actually Possible with Elaine Dewey and Rusty Gebhardt
Rusty Gebhardt and Elaine Dewey are a have-to-know power couple. If you are interested in what the mindset and actions are behind creating the relationship beyond your wildest imagination, they are the couple to aspire to and learn from. Listen in as host, Elizabeth Cunningham, chats with Elaine and Rusty about the inception of their relationship, how anything is possible inside of a conversation, being powerful inside of life's transitions, creating whatever you want regardless of the circumstances, having all of your relationships be fully self-expressed, releasing expectations, having a workable household with COVID-19, teenagers and ex-partners while keeping love and harmony alive. Bonus at the end! > What happens when the couple that operates from 'anything is possible' surprises themselves by stepping beyond the limits they didn't even know they had. Let me know if you enjoyed this episode by: Becoming a monthly sponsor! Leaving a voice comment that I can post in upcoming episodes! Like, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Share this podcast with a friend, family member, co-worker! Get in touch with me! I am always looking for constructive feedback and thoughts about what could be talked about in the show! Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Thank you so much for all of your love and support! I love you all, my fellow love nerds! Keep Listening and Keep Loving
01:19:13
May 13, 2020
Discover Your Boundaries with Seth Pearson
Listen in with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, as she deep dives into a conversation with Seth Pearson on the importance of setting boundaries relationships. Boundaries are not constraints but an act of Self-Love and a way to create freedom in relationships for everyone to be self-expressed. Get ready to have fun, get personal, go deep and learn how to create healthy boundaries in your relationships. You are worthy of boundaries! Seth Pearson is a Self-Love Warrior and hosts the podcast Love Amped, a conversational study on how you too, can cultivate self-love. He has an online course (tentatively named “Blast into Self-Love”) set to launch at the beginning of July, and works one on one with those that are inspired to cultivate a life where at every moment they'd say, "I fully love myself!” The biweekly Love Amped Circles that happen on Zoom (sign up for the email list or follow Love Amped on Facebook for these events), Seth is hosting a workshop for Expansion Activated called Love Amped | Healing with Self-Love on June 6th at 11am, where I’ll be sharing the most effective introductory tools for self-love work that he has found. Where you can find Seth: Instagram - @loveampedseth Website - loveamped.com Schedule an initial conversation on Calendly - https://calendly.com/seth-pearson/conversation Where you can find Elizabeth: Facebook - Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram - @lovedrippingfromthewalls Gmail - lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com Referenced in the show: Erin Merrihew Instagram - @erinmerrihew Boundaries without Backlash 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene
01:18:30
May 6, 2020
Post Traumatic Growth with Francisco Bujanda: Season 2, Episode 2, Part 2
Thanks for tuning into part two with the wonderful Francisco Bujanda and your host, Elizabeth Cunningham. If you missed out on the first part of our conversation listen here.  We are at a monumental time in history. What does this mean for us as individuals, partnerships and community? Francisco is a wealth of knowledge in what people are going through and captures people's experiences. On part two Francisco and I discuss how to make things work in harmony at home during COVID-19, taking ownership of your feelings and asking for what you need, how are we showing up for one another?, giving yourself and others permission to be human and make mistakes and how to soften. ___ Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! Please like, subscribe or sponsor! Keep Listening and Keep Loving ___ Show Notes: Reach out to Francisco Bujanda: Email, Website, Facebook, Business line (360) 436-6298
37:04
April 22, 2020
21. Post Traumatic Growth with Francisco Bujanda; Season 2, Episode 2, Part 1
We are in a crisis and it is hard for people to deal with or even fully admit the gravity of this pandemic throughout the world. We now have to deal with an entirely new way of living our daily lives. Listen in with host, Elizabeth Cunningham, as she talks with licensed therapist, Francisco Bujanda. Francisco practices out of the Seattle area and works with couples and singles as they navigate through their life and relationships. We are at a monumental time in history. What does this mean for us as individuals, partnerships and community? Francisco is a wealth of knowledge in what people are going through and captures people's experiences. We cover Post-Traumatic Growth, anxiety and strategies for giving yourself compassion and being resilient, overwhelm - what happens when we don't know what to believe in and how to make love make sense in a topsey-turvey world that we find ourselves in.  How can you be of service during this time? How are we relearning how we show up for ourselves and for one another? We are in a place of transition, what do we do? ___ Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! Please like, subscribe or sponsor! Keep Listening and Keep Loving ___ Show Notes: Reach out to Francisco Bujanda: Email, Website, Facebook, Business line (360) 436-6298 Exuberance: The Passion for Life by Kay R. Jameson Esther Perel Therapist, Author and Speaker Gary Chapman on the 5 Apology Languages and the 5 Love Languages Buddhist Monk Thích Nhất Hạnh Seattle restaurants that are giving services workers food for free
57:03
April 15, 2020
21. Create Possibilities and Being Compassionate during COVID-19: Season 2, Episode 1
Thank you for listening! This is the first season of Love Dripping from the Walls that has Video! Go to my channel on YouTune and watch now! This is what I do as part of my profession as a Love, Sex and Relationship Coach. If you would like to support this content please like my videos and subscribe to my channel!    In this video Enrico Pozzo and myself talk about what is going on in the world with COVID-19 and what we can do now. There are many people who are still working; doctors, nurses, politicians, delivery people, truck drivers, grocery store workers, security workers, those people who are not at home but are keeping the world going while we are inside our homes. We acknowledge them for the work that they are doing and putting their life and their health on the line to keep us all going. We also talk about taking care of our own health as an act of self-love but also as an act of love to others. The decisions that we make today, right now, effect all of us. If there is anything that we can gather from everything that is happening is how connected all of us are and the responsibility that we have to ourselves and each other to stay healthy.   Further, we talk about what we can do to stay connected while we are staying at home, how we can have compassion for one another and even how we can build, and grow and get stronger during these times as individuals and as a society.   You can become a monthly supporter of my podcast by going to anchor.fm/love-dripping-from-the-walls and click on support. There is no fixed amount. You can choose what works for you! And THANK YOU!   Listen to the podcast version on:  Anchor, Spotify, Apple, Google, Breaker, Radio, Public, Overcast, Pocket Casts   You can follow on: Facebook: Love Dripping from the Walls Instagram: @lovedrippingfromthewalls   Reach out to me: lovedrippingfromthewalls@gmail.com   Keep Listening and Keep Loving!
01:06:01
March 25, 2020
20. How To Stay Open with Diann Spicer
She's back and, wow, is life different! Listen to our conversation with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham and Diann Spicer.  How do you find your soulmate? How do you let go of your past to open up new love in the future? How do you know that they are the one? Listen in to my conversation with Diann as she shares about her life and how she's been answering these questions.  Life lessons: Learn from the experience of others. Listen and grow so that you don't have to learn the hard way. Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingfromthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or be a sponsor! Keep listening and keep loving.
01:17:26
January 29, 2020
Relationship Workshops: Getting What You Want with Steve Yang! (Special Offer!)
Steve Yang is back (catch Steve in Episode 11) and this time he is in person!!! That's right. Steve Yang and your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, are putting on a workshop series called Getting What You Want in Seattle this week!  Listen to this short segment to learn more and get our special promo code for all Love Dripping from the Wall's listeners!!! Steve is a Polyamorous Relationship Coach from San Fransisco. Steve has tons of background in self-development and coaching and he is going to be here in Seattle this week! Healthy relationships are the most important aspect of living a happy life. The New Year is the perfect time to re-envision, create, and co-create your relationships the way you truly desire. Join Steve and I for a special workshop series to bring clarity and empowerment around what you want. Purchase tickets for 1, 2, or all 3 workshops. When purchasing more than 1 workshop, please select the date and time of the first workshop, and then indicate the date & time of additional workshops on the checkout page. For groups of 3 or more, contact Steve at Steve@CoachSteveYang.com, for a custom discount. If you want to come chat with Steve and I before the workshop we will be there an hour early for mingling and one on one time! Can't go to the workshop but would love to give it away to others because you want happiness and harmony for everyone! No worries, we thought you might. Buy a sponsored ticket and we will give it away to someone who can't afford it! Register now and I can't wait to see you there!
02:39
January 20, 2020
19. Finding Love and Having Fun with Cora Boyd
This week on Love Dripping from the Walls, your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, interviews THE Cora Boyd. Cora Boyd is a romance and relationship expert. Her experience has been in being a men's dating coach and writing for different places such as Tinder, Elite Daily and many more.. She has also appeared on Cut where her videos have gone viral. She hosts Pillow Talks in Seattle and also a live dating show called Date Night Live with Cora Boyd. When it comes to love in today's world, Cora is your girl. Straight talk and no bullshit, plus ALL the fun. Join into our conversation about what stops people from having an amazing dating life, how to have FUN and be yourself, what are YOU asking for because you ARE getting it, and many more topics.  Cora is an all out blast and I hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed recording. Keep Listening and Keep Loving! Where can you find Cora? https://www.coraboydcoaching.com/ IG: @thecoraboyd Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingfromthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or be a sponsor!
01:27:54
January 15, 2020
18. Breaking Up with Your Past Cycles and Loving Your Damn Self with Jess Garcia, Part 2
Happy NYE everyone! I love all of you! Stay safe out there! Find love in every single moment! I know! Here is the rest of my chat with Dating and Partnership Coach, Jess Garcia!  Listen in with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, in the second half of my conversation with Jess Garcia. Get a second mic drop! Be the refreshing part of the dating pool. Be authentic and love your damn self! And don't forgot to take on Jess' challenge at the end! Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingfromthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or be a sponsor! Keep listening and keep loving.
46:46
January 1, 2020
17. Breaking Up with Your Past Cycles and Loving Your Damn Self with Jess Garcia, Part 1
Happy Holidays! This week on Love Dripping From the Walls, join your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, as she chats with Dating and Partnership Coach, Jess Garcia. Learn about the cycles that have us stuck in dating ruts and how to break up with them! Don't worry this is just Part One of our amazing conversation on dismantling unhealthy habits and loving your own damn self so juicily (totally a word) that you can't help but have love and freedom in your life. Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingfromthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or be a sponsor! Keep listening and keep loving.
49:44
December 25, 2019
16. Accepting Your Light and Your Dark; A Story of Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse
Trigger Warning: Childhood abuse and sexual abuse, domestic violence **This episode is intentionally vague on specific details and people to respect and maintain Kim and her family's anonymity. Listen in as Kim talks about how she has learned to have love in her life after a childhood of sexual abuse and trauma. She has discovered how to hold her own light and dark at the same time, allowing her life to work, her resilience to shine and her courage to win the day. If you or someone you know has or is experiencing sexual assault or abuse, please call the National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673, visit https://www.rainn.org/ or google your local sexual assault center. Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingfromthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or be a sponsor! Keep listening and keep loving.
58:55
December 18, 2019
15. Choosing Love after Unhealthy Relationship
My friend Keira is one of the most amazing humans on the planet. I wanted to have her on my podcast because she is the epitome of unconditional love. She has known hardship, has had difficult relationships, struggled and still, she doesn't close her heart to people. I am truly inspired by her.  This episode is the two of us having a conversation about what is was like being in a manipulative and/or abusive relationship. It's just a drop-in to our conversation. I asked her if I could start recording and she said yes. Listen in as we talk about the hard decisions you face when someone you love is causing you harm, why leaving is so difficult, how to pick up the pieces and how we discovered loving again. There is very little formality and there's a couple of times where we're searching for words because we want to keep some things anonymous. Some of the names and specifics may not be represented to protect her anonymity.  If you are in a unhealthy, manipulative or abusive relationship, you are not alone. As hard as it may be, share with someone you trust. Take the first step in healing. If you don't have anyone you can talk to call your local domestic violence center. There are people trained in having these types of conversations. Some resources are: https://www.thehotline.org/ 1-800-799-7233 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingfromthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or be a sponsor! Keep listening and keep loving.
01:01:22
December 6, 2019
14. Stand Your Ground and Keep Loving with Kaleb Laird
Special Thanksgiving Episode! Family Edition. This weeks episode I speak with Kaleb Laird. Kaleb is Brandee's twin. Brandee is my partner. Ok, shut up, it's close enough for a family episode.  Listen in as your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, chats with Kaleb Laird about being a "baby dyke" to coming out transgender. He talks about what it's like to grow up being transgender but not knowing what that is exactly or how to express it. He shares his insight and how love shows up when navigating his own gender identity. Kaleb shares about his experiences, his search for love, what he's learned about himself and others. Just FYI for all of the single ladies out there, Kaleb is single!  Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving.
01:04:40
November 26, 2019
13. The Cookie Global Love Mission with Mitzi Cole
This weeks episode of Love Dripping from the Walls is a conversation with your host, Elizabeth Cunningham, and creator of the Cookie Technique, Mitzi Cole. Mitzi Cole is a former international poll dancer. She created the Cookie Technique and has been teaching women how to find their own cookie for years! Mitzi is also a mom, who lives, loves and breathes for her kids. She's owned a salon and spa, a retreat center, she owns an amazing horse named Roxy. Everything Mitzi does she does 100%. Her mission in the world is to teach women how to love themselves unconditionally and to give without sacrifice. Find out more about The Cookie Technique, The Global Love Mission, how to succeed and fail in business, how to be resilient regardless of what life throws at you and how to unconditionally love yourself and your cookie. Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving. Mitzi's Info! Mitzi Cole FaceBook Page Badass Cookies of the Cookie Technique Facebook Page Business Phone: 425-766-0179
01:38:47
November 20, 2019
12. Can You Be Poly without Practicing Polyamory?
Hey! It's me, your host, Elizabeth Cunningham! I'm not going to give you the answer in the description! It's just me myself and I, hanging out, answering questions. Shaun, my beloved sound person, is away and I have been left to my own devices so listen in! Mentioned in the podcast: The Ethical Slut: A Practical Guide to Polyamory, Open-Relationships & Other Adventures Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving.
35:29
October 29, 2019
11. You're Training Everyone Around You with Steve Yang
Ya know how there are people around you like your partner, your parents, your roommates, etc. that keep doing the same things over and over again? It's just the way they are, right? It's not going to ever be any different. Consider that you have been training the people around you to be how they are with you. This is great news! Cause guess what? That means YOU can DO something about it!  Listen in with host, Elizabeth Cunningham and polyamorous coach, Steve Yang, as Steve talks about how we've trained the people around us, how they can be with us and how we can "re-train" them how to be with us.  A little bit about Steve: “I'm Steve Yang. I'm 41 years old, and I've been polyamorous for 7 years now. I have 1 life partner, and am dating 3 other women. My life partner is married (to someone else), has kids with him, and also one other lover in addition to me. I'm also a Relationship Coach, specializing in polyamory and non-monogamy, with 7 years of training and experience. I help polyamorous people who are struggling with communication and intimacy to restore love and authenticity so they can be free and empowered in their relationships.” You can reach me at: steve@coachsteveyang.com And my web site: www.coachsteveyang.com Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving.
01:12:55
October 16, 2019
10. Rules, Boundaries and Agreements
Is your relationship healthy? Do you have rules, agreements or boundaries for yourself or for the relationship? Do they work? Do they leave you empowered? Do they leave your partner(s) empowered? Listen in as host, Elizabeth Cunningham, dives deeper into the differences between rules, agreements and boundaries in relationships. When we have healthy boundaries for ourselves and for our relationships, when we can be self-expressed, when we know our own self-worth and value, then our relationships flourish. You know what else happens when you're able to fully be yourself in a relationship? You got it. You can love deeper! You can be more connected. You can have love dripping from the walls of your life. Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving.
33:41
October 9, 2019
9. What Did You Expect? with Ellie Bachaud
Want to have conversations where everyone wins instead of everyone ending up upset? Ellie Bachaud, the professional badass, reached out to me because she had something to say about expectations in relationships. "I was talking with my boyfriend in the car and I realized I had to talk to you about this!" All of us - no but really, all of us - have expectations in our relationships, whether they are communicated or even full realized by ourselves or not. Don't you expect your boyfriend to put the toilet seat down? Don't you expect your partner to turn down the TV when you're ready to go to bed? And then, do you ever try to communicate your expectations and it totally fails? Maybe it's because of how you say it or how they take it, regardless, it just doesn't end well. Listen in as Ellie and I unravel our expectations, how to distinguish them and how to communicate them so everyone wins! Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving.
58:48
October 2, 2019
8. The Orgasm Crisis Part 2: Just F***ing Listen to Each Other with Shaun Hamilton
Do y'all like to orgasm or what? We got such great feedback from Episode 2: Just F***ing Talk to Each Other that we made a second episode highlighting a woman's perspective. Listen in as host, Elizabeth Cunningham, speaks with Shaun Hamilton (he's back!) about the women's side of what Shaun has deemed "The Orgasm Crisis." Elizabeth shares about her experiences as a woman and why it's so hard to say what you want! When did anyone ever tell us how to do any of this anyway??? Regardless of what type of relationship you are in this topic applies to you. We're all human and we all have barriers to being able to truly express what we want and we all have barriers in being able to hear what our partners want!  Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls! You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving.
56:43
September 24, 2019
7. I Always Knew You Were Family, Stories on Coming Out with Robert Altvater and Timothy Sizemore
There are a multitude of different ways one can come out. It's a multifaceted process. How it looks can depend on your age, gender, family background, religion, geopolitical location and so much more. Listen in as Robert, Timothy and myself talk about all the ways in which we have come out in our lives i.e. gay, pansexual, queer, polyamorous, atheist, HIV status and transgender. Our stories are both simultaneously unique and universal. I just love these two so much. We always have a blast. Regardless of what life throws at us, what it comes down to is the love and support we find when we are truly able to be ourselves. When we love ourselves, we have the freedom to love others. Wherever you are at in coming out, know that we love you and we support you! Timothy's IG: @easilyturnedoff You can follow this podcast on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving!
01:43:01
September 18, 2019
6. Ask the Questions You Want to Have Answered
Thank you for all of your questions and feedback! I hope I answered some of them and more! I've been getting questions like "What is ethical non-monogamy?" or comments like, "I love listening to you Elizabeth but I don't always know what you're talking about." Well, you've been heard. Listen in as I nerd out on different definitions for ethically non-monogamous relationships and share more examples about ALL the ways love shows up in your life!  Link to definitions: https://www.morethantwo.com/poly101.pdf You can follow on Instagram or FB @lovedrippingformthewalls. Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! Please rate and review on whatever platform you are listening on. If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving.
01:05:59
September 11, 2019
5. I didn't know it was a Naked Pool Party! with Diann Spicer
Diann Spicer is an incredible person who loves ferociously. Her mission in life is that every person have the relationship of their dreams, and not forgetting to start with herself. Easier said than done. Listen in as host, Elizabeth Cunningham chats with Diann about her recent diving-into the polyamory community, her very recent... ehemmm... circumstances... with her ex and how at any point in your life, life can surprise you, roll you around, and you can still be an amazing and loving human being regardless - at least Diann can.  Thank you for listening to Love Dripping from the Walls You can follow on Instagram @lovedrippingformthewalls and FB @lovedrippingfromthewalls Leave comments and questions and I may share your thoughts on the podcasts! If you want to support Love Dripping from the Walls log onto the Anchor App and subscribe or give monthly donations. Keep listening and keep loving.
01:23:37
September 4, 2019
4. Adorably Diabolical vs. The Loyal Liar with Ross Tokosch
Love does not always show up as puppies, kittens and rainbows. One side of love is just us trying to figure our shit out so we don't keep getting our heart-broken. Listen in with comedian and therapist, Ross Tokosch, as he talks with me about co-dependency, Doogie Howser, unethical relationships with Chipotle, being resigned about dating, being tongue-tied and other things that we use to avoid talking about uncomfortable topics like when love doesn't work.  If you love this podcast rate, review, subscribe or donate monthly! You can follow me on Instagram @lovedrippingfromthewalls and Facebook @LoveDrippingFromTheWalls. Find Ross Tokosch on Instagram @ross.tokosch.comedy and his podcast No Normal. Keep listening and keep loving!
01:12:16
August 28, 2019
3. Your Filing Cabinets are Destroying Your Relationship with Shaun Hamilton
Listen in as Shaun and I talk about communication, disagreements, making up stories, filing cabinets, why fights go from 0-60 seemingly over nothing, how to communicate with your partner in a way that keeps the conversation open instead of shutting it down, how our former partners wish we were faster learners and much much more! If you like this podcast please review and subscribe/follow! You can follow me on Facebook at Love Dripping from the Walls, Instagram @lovedrippingfromthewalls.  Keep the love flowing!
01:25:51
August 22, 2019
2. Just F***ing Talk to Each Other with Shaun Hamilton
The Orgasm Crisis! Women's orgasms are the bomb. You should learn how to give her one. Ya know, for health reasons. Why would you want to be with someone who doesn't give you orgasms 85% of the time? Shaun and I begin to unlock the Orgasm Crisis!! If you like contributing to women's orgasms, listen up!
55:43
August 13, 2019
1. Episode 1 "Pilot" Introducing Elizabeth Cunningham
Who is this girl and why should you listen to her? Elizabeth Cunningham is the host and creator of the podcast Love Dripping from the Walls. Find out what this podcast is about, what she's about, how to be a professional slut and some of what her life has looked like in being polyamorous.
01:06:32
August 7, 2019