SPFPP Episode 132: Learn Your Capacity Then Work Backwards From There

In this interview, Courtney and I dive deep and discuss topics such as quitting the corporate world, discovering your true self, self-care, boundary setting, and disclosure.

Originally posted on:https://www.spfpp.org/podcast/spfpp-episode-131-learn-your-capacity-then-work-backwards-from-there

In this podcast interview, my friend Courtney and I dive deep and discuss topics such as quitting the corporate world, taking leaps of faith, discovering your true self, self-care, boundary setting, and disclosure.

Courtney Brame is the Founder of Something Positive for Positive People a podcast and non-profit that started as a suicide prevention resource for people navigating a herpes diagnosis. It now has evolved to offer resources and facilitate emotional healing and community building for those facing stigma and shame around sexuality and STIs at large.

After you check out this episode, make sure to listen to Courtney’s interviews on Living Brave (EP 20 +21)

“People are able to use the most shameful part of themselves as a source of their power. Shoshanna challenges us to look beyond our herpes diagnosis at what obstacles are in front of us to free ourselves from the shackles of shame.”

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