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Gathering Gold

Sheryl Paul and Victoria Russell

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Join Sheryl Paul, a counselor informed by the Jungian depth psychological tradition, and her co-host Victoria Russell, as they dive into the realms of our inner worlds and explore actions we can take to grow more self-trust and self-love. These bi-weekly episodes will provide guidance for diminishing fear and shame, embracing sensitivity and creativity, and approaching life with curiosity and compassion.
 
Silvy Khoucasian is a Relationship Coach based in Los Angeles, California. She focuses on boundaries and relationship-oriented issues. Podcast episodes will include topics such as: •How to navigate relationship anxiety •How to create healthy and sensitive boundaries •How to work through a betrayal or loss of trust •How to create mutually supportive relationships If you want to learn more about Silvy, visit her instagram page @ www.instagram.com/silvykhoucasian
 
LaTesha, Marcus, and Karen are on a road trip from Philadelphia to Ithaca, NY and end up stranded at a roadside bar in podunk Pennsylvania when a snowstorm derails their big weekend party plans. They thought being locked-in with the questionable locals would be their biggest problem. They never expected the horror that was coming just beyond the snow drifts. Cast (in order of appearance): Narrator - Hector Navarro, Private Martinez/Lieutenant Buckley - Ryan Palmieri, LaTesha Harding - Alita ...
 
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After a short break, Gathering Gold is back with an episode about burnout and rest. We name just some of the many reasons why humans are tired right now, from navigating an ongoing global pandemic, to managing expectations around productivity and achievement. We land on a conversation about the unrelenting demands of technology that lead us to cons…
 
Your intrepid host is no longer a twenty-something trying to figure stuff out--as of this past July, I'm now a thirty-something trying to figure stuff out! To mark the occasion, this past summer I asked previous Perennials guests to share some wisdom about the third decade of life. They delivered reflections on what they let go of when leaving thei…
 
What does it mean to live up to our potential, to fully experience life and to feel our lives are enough? Are we stuck choosing between constant striving for bigger and better or settling for boredom and apathy? In today’s episode, Sheryl shares memories of her grandparents that continue to inspire and inform her view of what it means to live a bea…
 
In Part 2 of our episode about school anxiety, we dive more deeply into how school can impact our identity and sense of self, for better and for worse. Sheryl shares some perspective on different types of schooling, having homeschooled her children in the past and now sending them into their second year of school outside the home. We discuss the pa…
 
In today’s episode, we’re talking about school anxiety, and how feelings of dread or grief may arise as summer ends and the beginning of the school year lies right around the corner. We discuss why many highly sensitive people don’t like change, and the trick that Victoria used to get through the first few uncomfortable weeks of adjusting to a new …
 
In today's episode, I'm talking to Maria Bowler, a contemplative artist, spiritual director, and enneagram guide. We discuss the mysterious roots of the enneagram, and Maria shares her unique way of differentiating the nine different types, as well as ways to think about identifying our own type. I ask Maria some of my most burning questions about …
 
In Episode 8, we’re talking about travel anxiety. Sheryl breaks down some of the reasons that travel can be so activating for highly sensitive people and reminds us of the importance of naming and honoring our temperament and needs, even when they don't conform with the "extrovert ideal." We discuss discerning how much we want to push ourselves out…
 
In today's episode, we're talking about the green-eyed monster: jealousy. Where does this monster come from, and what does it feed on? What do we do when we feel it's taken over us? Sheryl and Victoria pull this emotion out of the shadows and talk about their own jealous streaks. Sheryl shares experiences with jealousy in friendship, and painful be…
 
Today, I'm talking about couples therapy with Dr. Nadia Nieves, PhD, a limited license therapist in New York City. Nadia works with couples using an integrated approach of relational psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) interventions. She prioritizes supporting her clients in learning how to understand…
 
In today's episode, we're talking about birthdays and all that comes along with them: fear of loss and aging, questions about purpose and timelines, and recognition of gold gathered and wisdom gained through another year of living. We talk about our bodies changing, and what it means to age in a culture that worships youth. And we discuss taking ti…
 
In today's episode, we're talking about summer, the season of "nothing lasts forever." Sheryl and Victoria talk about the gifts and opportunities that lie waiting in this season, which is both teeming with abundance and hinting at the colder, darker months to come. We discuss nostalgia and grief around childhood summers (longing for what was and wh…
 
In today's episode, my friend Danica Browne and I are unpacking themes from the novel The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. This is a book about unlived lives, regret, possibility, and hope. In this episode, Danica and I are talking about how these themes play out in our own lives. We discuss living vicariously through fictional characters, the subtle…
 
In today's shorter, solo episode, I'm talking about wanting something, trying and striving for something, sitting with uncertainty, anxiety and excitement, entertaining romantic ideas and fantasies about greener grass, and ultimately, being disappointed. It's so common in early adulthood, with so much uncertainty coming from all angles, to feel res…
 
On the Season One Finale, DJ and Courtney break down the controversy of Nikole Hannah-Jones being denied tenure at UNC and the possibility of COVID-19 Vaccine Passports. They also discuss Drake’s 3-Year-Old stealing the show at the Billboard Music Awards and Jeff Besos stepping down as Amazon’s CEO. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Jeff Bezos…
 
In Episode 3, we shine some light on what’s happening in the highly sensitive heart during the dark, quiet (and sometimes scary) hours of the night. Beginning with the sense of emptiness, dread or loneliness that may arise when the light starts to shift and we dip into sunset, then twilight, Sheryl and Victoria describe feelings that have accompani…
 
In the penultimate episode of season 1, DJ and Courtney break down The Invisible Black Woman and the myth of the Welfare Queen. They also discuss Naomi Campbell’s recent child birth, send condolences to Paul Mooney, and celebrate Billy Porter. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Oakland Officials Aim to Honor Paul Mooney with Hometown Tribute: h…
 
My sister Felicia Russell and I are continuing and concluding our conversation about Taylor Swift's album Folklore with an exploration of themes like commitment, communication, betrayal, and escape. We share personal stories from our own lives about things falling apart and coming together, just like they do in the songs we're unpacking today. And,…
 
On episode 13, DJ and Courtney break down the question that’s been on the lips of many, “Is America Racist?” They also discuss the gas shortage mayhem. Other topics include Bennifer 2.0, GMO mosquitos, and a Pizza Vending Machine. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Florida releases genetically modified mosquitoes in hopes to reduce spread of di…
 
In Episode 2, we’ve got news: we changed the podcast name! In the spirit of this shift, we’re talking about course-correcting, finding opportunity within challenge, and the Jungian approach of turning lead into gold. We talk about uncovering buried treasure in our gardens--learning to see our own inherent gifts and goodness rather than projecting i…
 
In today's episode, my sister Felicia Russell and I are unpacking wisdom from a little-known indie album we found in the back of a dusty old record shop...okay, just kidding. We're close-reading one of the most talked-about albums of 2020, Taylor Swift's Folklore. Our little romantic English and History-loving hearts skip a beat as we unpack each t…
 
In Episode 12, DJ and Courtney breakdown the divorce of Bill and Melinda Gates and review the Netflix documentary, Coded Bias. They also discuss Will Smith’s Diva pose, the Childish Gambino lawsuit, the coming cicada season and Willow Smith’s surprise performance. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: • Will Smith vows to get fit after ‘countless …
 
In this episode, Bon Appétit Editor-in-Chief Dawn Davis reads “Sonnet 171” by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Davis joined Bon Appétit in November 2020 following a long career in book publishing. Through her visionary work at Simon & Schuster and HarperCollins, Davis oversaw the publication of numerous influential best sellers — from “The Pursuit of Happy…
 
In episode 11, DJ and Courtney discuss the Red Table Talk show on polyamory and welcome our first Guest to the show, Dr. John G. Turner. Dr. Turner discusses his book “The Pros and Cons of Online Learning in Higher Education”. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Bucking a national trend, a new queer bar is set to open in DC: https://nbcnews.to/3…
 
In episode 10, DJ and Courtney discuss the tragic shooting of Ma’Khia Bryant and Chicago’s first year with legal marijuana. We also discuss Jaleel White’s new business venture and a long desired host of Jeopardy. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: • Body Cam Footage In Fatal Shooting Of Teen Ma’Khia Bryant • Post from LaShondra Tinsley • Chicag…
 
In Episode 1, we’re talking about names: the names of our hosts and the name of the podcast. You’ll hear the story behind Sheryl’s name, involving ancestry, immigration and Jewish tradition, and about the literary origins of Victoria’s name. Then we’ll dig into the concept of Roots & Crown, and how it symbolizes Sheryl’s approach to tending to our …
 
In episode 9, DJ and Courtney break down the aftermath of the Daunte Wright shooting, The Talk returning without Sharon Osbourne. Additionally they get into Rege Jean Page leaving Bridgerton, Black Maternal Health Week, Bobby Brown on the Red Table Talk, and the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine trouble. Get 30 Days free of SCRIBD: http://bit.ly…
 
There's something about springtime that can bring a renewed sense of energy and a desire to declutter, freshen up, make space, and look forward with hopefulness. That's why I decided to talk to Monica Geller and Danny Tanner--I mean, sorry, my cleanest and most organized friends and previous Perennials guests Melissa Adamo and Jessica Gaeta. Join u…
 
In episode eight, DJ and Courtney break down the death of DMX, Bhad Bhabie’s earnings on OnlyFans, Amazon’s Business Practices, and racism in the Justice System. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Rapper Bhad Bhabie Breaks OnlyFans Record by Earning $1 Million in Six Hours Black Florida Man Released from Prison After 30 Years, but Prosecutors S…
 
In Part 2 of our conversation about learning to parent ourselves, Sheryl Paul and I get into even deeper and richer territory--the territory of heart and soul. We talk about tuning into what's happening in our bodies and in our hearts, and having patience and compassion for whatever we find. We talk about both reaching out for connection and streng…
 
In episode seven, DJ and Courtney break down the attack on Transgender Rights and the latest Lil Nas X music Video, Montero (Call Me By Your Name). RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Two Black women will be head coaches in the same NCAA women's Final Four for the first time Steve Harvey to host Earth, Wind and Fire; and The Isley Brothers’ Verz…
 
My first-ever Perennials guest is back! This time, beloved therapist and author (whom I'm lucky to call my aunt!) Sheryl Paul and I are talking about learning to parent ourselves. This topic comes up a lot in Sheryl's work as a therapist: the practice of strengthening the part of ourselves that can hold space for big feelings, offer ourselves and o…
 
In episode six, DJ and Courtney break down the dangers of deepfakes and the Reparations in Evanston, IL. They also discuss Derrick Jaxn’s confession. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Postmaster General announces 10-year plan: https://cnn.it/3miOAqP Inside the Pentagon's race against deepfake videos: https://cnn.it/2OekmbU Evanston, Illinois O…
 
In today's episode, I'm talking to Shannon K Evans about themes from her book Embracing Weakness: The Unlikely Secret to Changing the World. Shannon is an author, speaker, contemplative and advocate who demonstrates how embracing our need for each other can lead us to greater connection, freedom and love. We talk about how she met her edges in miss…
 
In episode five, DJ and Courtney take on the Kirk and Kerrion Franklin explosion and Sister Souljah and her new book release. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: United Negro College Fund Elects First Ever African American Chair: https://bit.ly/3rEVlEw Kirk Franklin Appears On 'Tamron Hall Show': https://bit.ly/3rL2FyD Zoom Escaper: https://bit.…
 
Today’s episode is a reflection on seasons and being in between seasons. In the month of March here in New Jersey, we have one foot in winter, one in spring. Similarly, I began this podcast out of a sense of feeling in between life seasons in the decade of my 20s--not quite an adolescent, not quite an adult. This episode is an exploration of how ou…
 
In episode four, DJ and Courtney break down the aftermath from the Oprah interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and the George Floyd Bill. They also review Coming 2 America and shout out Stop AAPI Hate. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Kecalf Franklin’s Instagram Post: https://www.instagram.com/p/CLKl_jsssQ9/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_lin…
 
In episode three, DJ and Courtney break down the latest on Rachel Dolezal and the recent Golden Globe win by the late Chadwick Boseman. They also introduce a new segment called “What’s Still Cooking?”. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Rachel Dolezal on Tamron Hall’s show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-ERmy8k3aw Martina Big moves to Kenya:…
 
In episode two, DJ and Courtney break down Dr. Carl Hart's view on legalization of drugs, the recent news around the assassination of Malcolm X and the debate on defunding the police. They also touch on Regé-Jean Page's appearance on SNL and the start of GirlTrek's fourth round of Black History Bootcamp. RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Dr. J…
 
In their inaugural episode, DJ and Courtney review the recent Lifetime documentary, "Whitney Houston & Bobbi Kristina: Didn't We Almost Have It All". They also discuss the latest with Gorilla Glue Girl, Tessica Brown. Breaking It Down with DJ & Courtney is edited and produced by designsbycourtneyh. Music produced by Courtney Hinton. --- This episod…
 
Jessica Kradjel and I continue our conversation about friendship in today's episode. Jess describes her experience of creating a close chosen family and living community with two of her college friends in their early-mid 20s, and what it’s been like to maintain that friendship once they moved to different places. We also talk about rekindling frien…
 
In today’s episode, I’m talking to my friend of almost twenty years, Jessica Kradjel. We trace the trajectory of our friendship from light rivalry in sixth grade Chorus class to long distance love throughout college and beyond. During this trip down memory lane, we explore some of the common experiences we and many others have faced in the realm of…
 
Today, I'm talking to Zachary Cox. Zac is a Ph.D. student in the Disaster Science and Management program at The University of Delaware, and since April 2020 he has interviewed almost 100 people from different walks of life to find out how they've been affected by and are responding to the disaster of the covid-19 pandemic. In our conversation today…
 
Today's episode is about the very grown-up topic of money. So many young adults, like myself, enter into a tough job market with a ton of student debt, little financial education, and no idea how to afford rent. It's easy to feel completely overwhelmed, and to avoid looking at or making a plan for your finances, or to obsessively worry about any sp…
 
Today's guest is my aunt, Lizzie Finn. We're talking about how Lizzie has grown through some difficult experiences in midlife (including chronic illness, divorce and empty nest syndrome) and the commonality she finds with young adults asking questions about identity, purpose and true happiness. Lizzie talks about attending to past wounds and trauma…
 
In this episode, Grian Chatten reads “The Windhover” by Gerard Manley Hopkins. Chatten is the frontman of the Irish post-punk band Fontaines D.C., recently described by NME as “the new heroes of the rock resurrection.” The members of the group met while attending music college in Dublin and initially bonded over a shared love for Irish literature. …
 
Amber Haines is the author of Wild in the Hollow: On Chasing Desire and Finding the Broken Way Home (2015), a spiritual memoir about her search for freedom, belonging and true intimacy with God. Amber's book traces her path from an Evangelical childhood in Alabama to her rebellious teen years and into marriage and motherhood, all while trying to fi…
 
In this episode, Alec Soth reads “Of Modern Poetry” by Wallace Stevens. Soth is a photographer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has published over twenty-five books and has been called a “living legend” and “one of the most important photographers working today” by the Washington Post. https://open.spotify.com/episode/6U9XgyQuamdVdEDw1P9ZNm Soth…
 
This special episode invites you to think about how you can use your imagination to tap into different parts of yourself, parts that can see your gifts and strengths and offer you compassion and care. In the first half of the episode, I give some background and context about my own resistance to visualizations and why I used to get angry when thera…
 
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