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Our guest today is Penny, who is a Hospice Nurse who shares her experiences to normalize death and dying. She also describes herself as the CEO of sass. As Penny says in the podcast in regard to life, no one gets out of here alive. This discussion may not be for everyone. For those who are interested, however, the topics range from death itself, th…
 
On this episode Billy Dees has a conversation with the CEO of Fish My Spot, Larissa Smith. Larissa discusses her background with working with children, her entrepreneurial journey with Fish My Spot, and the lack of opportunities for children and families to spend time outside.You can find out more about Fish My Spot at https://www.fishmyspot.com/…
 
On this episode, we are talking to Deborah Fezelle who recently released her new book, “Full Circle.” This is her third installment of the Nick McDeare suspense book series; the previous books being, “The Evil That Men Do” and “A Walking Shadow.” You can find "Full Circle" here:https://www.amazon.com/Full-Circle-McDeare-Deborah-Fezelle/dp/096000859…
 
Linda D’Ae-Smith is the author of, “Standing Against the Rage”Based on the true story of Mildred Flatau’s miraculous escape from domestic violence.Based on newspaper accounts and historical records along with Mildred’s own diary, author Linda D’Ae-Smith tells Mildred’s story of survival from a horrific day of violence on March 17, 1933 and how Mild…
 
Kevin is the author of, “Dear Stephen Michael's Mother: A Memoir.”The book is a memoir of how a young boy who was abandoned, abused, and addicted; transformed into a man with the hope, courage and resilience to seek his biological mother.Kevin’s story begins at being abandoned by his mother at birth. He then began a cycle of adoption, addiction, an…
 
Our guest on this episode is Stephanie. She is here to share her story of trauma and recovery. On September 29, 2018 her life, and that of her children, was transformed indefinitely from that of a healthy 47-year-old single parent of two children, to that of a critically injured and air-lifted patient fighting for her life, by a drunk driver. Steph…
 
Our guest on this podcast is Yohance Salimu who is the author of, “Underprivileged Overachiever - A Crenshaw Story.”The book is his memoir chronicling his journey from youth at Crenshaw Senior High School in California to his study of Geospatial Science at the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Yohance speaks ope…
 
On this HumorOutcast interview is Wil 3 who is the author of, “Heartly Law?”During this interview Wil 3 covers how aspects of his own life fold into his stories, his writing techniques, and how little moments can be character inspirations. (Synopsis) A congregation is packed into a church and witnesses a would-be assassin shoot Nicholas Rossi, a yo…
 
Our guest in this interview is Bill Spencer who is the author of, "Uranus is Always Funny." Bill Spencer's humor writing has been published by numerous outlets including Funny Times, Narrative Magazine, Reader's Digest, The Sun, and HumorOutcasts.com. Bill has also published scholarly articles on the novels of Cormac McCarthy, has written more than…
 
Somewhere along the line a simple idea was lost. The idea that elections have anything to do with issues has been moved aside. We pretend that they do. What we really vote for are ideologies and who best fits our construct how the world should be. This episode examines this phenomena in a commentary.…
 
Our interview today may contain triggers for survivors. This episode is an interview with Lenora. She is a registered nurse, nutritional counselor, personal trainer, yoga teacher and reiki master. She is here today to discuss her journey of abuse, pain, and PTSD. She made it through this journey not only as that of a survivor, but as a healthy and …
 
Toni Dupree is founder and president of Etiquette & Style by Dupree, an etiquette training and coaching company based in Houston with a mission to help young people and business professionals get ahead with good manners. Since 2006, her etiquette workshops, style seminars, self-esteem and behavior classes, have taught hundreds of individuals—from y…
 
This conversation is with guest Christine Hall who is a comedian and humorist. You can find her on Twitter @ChristineComedy. Among the topics covered during this upbeat interview are the skills of comedy, Twitter experiences, and the "mask controversy."Billy Dees による
 
This episode is an interview with Dr. Tara Sanderson who is the author of, “TOO MUCH, NOT ENOUGH: A guide to decreasing anxiety and finding balance through intentional choices.” Tara is a Licensed Psychologist, Author, and Clinical Supervisor in Oregon. For over 20 years Tara has been helping people learn the skills to live their best lives.Using t…
 
Our guest on this episode is Dorothy Rosby, who is the author of, “Alexa’s a Spy and Other Things to Be Ticked off About: Humorous Essays on the Hassles of Our Time.”Dorothy Rosby is a speaker and syndicated humor columnist whose writing appears in publications across nine states and is featured nationally in Exceptional People Magazine. During thi…
 
The guest on this episode is Nick Palodichuk. Nick is a film enthusiast and comic book writer. During this discussion we cover films, comic books, and how the Covid19 crisis has impacted the industries of both. Will audiences return?Billy Dees による
 
Spring 2020 the Pentagon officially released three short videos showing what they termed as "unidentified aerial phenomena." This episode is a discussion about UFOs and covers aspects of science, religion, and conjecture in the public arena.Billy Dees による
 
This interview is with Kay, who is an education and behavior specialist. During this time of quarantine and restricted activity, the regulation of children's behavior can be more of an issue for parents and others. Kay covers topics related to why children act out and has suggestions as to how these situations should be handled.…
 
Our guest on this podcast episode is Mary Farr. Mary has been a guest before in regard to her book, “If I Could Mend Your Heart” which deals with the subject of managing grief. This sorrow may be due to the loss of life but also any event or circumstance which heavily impacts our lives.We talk about these subjects again and this time around we disc…
 
This HumorOutcasts interview is with Daniela V. Gitlin, MD who is the author of, “Practice, Practice, Practice: This Psychiatrist’s Life.” The interview is lighthearted, informative, and entertaining. Even if mental health fields are not of a particular interest to you, her career journey and life experiences are worth a listen. Much of the same ca…
 
Our guest on this episode of the Billy Dees Podcast is Catherine Bosley, an accomplished speaker, group consultant, personal coach, and television journalist. Her mission is to help you stay safe in this day of increasing "digital danger." Her passion is as an advocate of hope for those who have been victims of cyber humiliation and bullying. A bet…
 
This episode is an interview with Concha Alborg who is the author of “My Mother, That Stranger, Letters from the Spanish Civil War.”This book is a memoir about Concha’s mother based on the letters her mother wrote to her fiancé who was fighting against Franco’s forces during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).…
 
This is episode is an interview with @KayPal7 from the social media app TikTok. Kay has amassed tens of thousands of followers with her styled matter-of-fact political and societal commentary videos. Kay covers several subjects during this discussion including herself, her experience with TikTok, and how she handles trolls.…
 
This interview is with author Brittany Buckner. Her new novel, "NO WATER FOR THE DESERT" can be found at Amazon or at brittanybuckner.com. On this episode she talks about her writing and her experiences of being on Twitter for a decade.Billy Dees による
 
Our guest on this episode is Sean Mulroney. As the youngest of 5 children, he was introduced to drugs and alcohol at the age of 6. By the age of 13 he was an addict. In high school, Sean was an athlete playing football and baseball but going by his appearance now, you'd never know it. After recovering from drug addiction, he replaced it with fast f…
 
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