Wallflowers in Bloom is a podcast hosted introverts thriving in a world of extroverts. Through our stories and guest speakers, we encourage other introverts to stand tall. You can be a wallflower and still experience the life of the party.
In their first Casual Couch Convo, Jenny and Erick reflect on the podcast’s one-year anniversary, where they're at currently with conflict and dating, and other topics.
Mentions: The Missing Peace and Knitwits & Yarns
Auður Lóa shares with us about introversion and her upcoming sculpture exhibit at the Reykjavík Art Museum. She also opens up about her interest in one of the world’s most famous cultural figures.
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Jenny opens up about the recent loss of her sister Victoria and honors her memory through sharing about her light, her drive, and how she touched the lives of those around her.
The Do's and Don'ts of Talking with a Child about Death (Psychology Today, 2016)
Thanks to Jonny, our Episode 19 guest, we ponder the question: "You’re both introverts. Why are you doing a podcast?" Mentions in this episode include Tiffany Yancey (@the_introvertlife), screenwriter of the BET film “Holiday Heartbreak”.
Martin, a Los Angeles-based artist immersed in photography, shares with Jenny and Erick his awareness of himself as an ambivert. He also talks about being the founder and artistic director of Gilsfjordurarts, an artist residency in Iceland.
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Poet, storyteller and teacher Nichole O. Nichols shares with Jenny and Erick about her article on the intersections of race, culture and introversion. She also talks about her love of poetry and her most recent endeavor for women of faith called The Lush Lit Life.
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Photographer, author, vlogger and brand ambassador Onyi Moss shares with us the Law of Attraction, and how she creates and celebrates success as an introvert.
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Hali and Robin, of the memoir writing group The Missing Peace, share with Jenny and Erick how they’ve created a place that promotes “self-discovery through storytelling.” They also share their awarenesses and experiences as introverts and where they are on the spectrum.
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In this episode Jenny and Erick speak with extrovert Alex Volk of Flaming Viking Tours in Stockholm, Sweden. Alex shares his awarenesses and experiences as an extrovert, along with his relationships with the introverts in his life.
YouTube: Flaming Viking Tours and The Most Colorful Guides in Stockholm