The Make it Mentionable Show

In a world that discourages talking about the taboo, I bought a microphone.

As Mister Rogers said, “Anything human is mentionable, and anything mentionable is manageable.”

I invite you to join me as we journey through the mess, the magic, and the mania in between because what we can talk about, we can manage.

This honest conversation extravaganza includes free-flowing conversations and high doses of vulnerability to remind you that you aren’t alone. No topic is off-limits. Episodes are designed to leave you smarter (aka more self-aware) than when you came.

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The Latest Episodes

Make it Mentionable
Redefining & Tapping Into Creativity with Amber Pope

ABOUT THE EPISODE If you’ve ever wondered, “Am I creative?” or “When is it good enough?” listen to this episode. …

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Shame, Trauma, and Self-Worth with Gail Wisner

In this episode, Gail Wisner joins me for a deep conversation on boundaries, addiction, self-worth, emotional suppression and expression, the value of sitting in discomfort, and learning to trust your intuition after it has been inhibited. This deeply vulnerable conversation highlights some of the darker sides of being human while simultaneously shedding light on the power of self-love and the deep connection between pain and joy.

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Using the Enneagram for Better Communication with Hannah Fryer

Hannah Fryer joins me to talk all about the Enneagram and the many ways it can help us communicate better in our relationships. This conversation is filled with juicy tidbits to becoming more compassionate communicators.

Make it Mentionable
Becoming a Better Storyteller with Mike Ganino

ABOUT THE EPISODE Mike Ganino (@mikeganino) joins me to talk about the importance of stories, what makes a good story, …

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Taking Up Space with Rachel Valentino

To kick things off, my friend Rachel Valentino joins me to discuss taking up space. If you’ve ever felt like shrinking to keep someone else comfortable or like denying your truth seemed safer than owning your story, this episode is for you.

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