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The Stepping into Meaningful Relationships podcast is a relationship and self-development podcast that aims to help listeners create a stronger connection to themselves, so they can transform the relationships around them. It is so important to have a healthy and intimate relationship with yourself because we teach others how to treat us, by the way we treat ourselves. On this podcast, my guests and I will be sharing our stories, modalities, wisdom and experiences to help you heal, overcome ...
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Stepping Off Now is a podcast about how to live your creative best life. I’m Kendra, a social scientist and writer. I spent decades feeling creatively unfulfilled while I pursued conventional life goals, culminating in severe burnout that took years to recover from. This podcast chronicles my journey in real time as I find my way home to my essential creative self. I discuss topics like harnessing the intuitive creative process, using creativity to manage mental health, and sorting through a ...
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STEPPING OUT

Travis Kemp

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Opening the closed eyes to the closed minded on the benefits of modern technology from the blue collar perspective. Cover art photo provided by Pedro Barros on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@pedrobarros
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Stepping in

Taonga Thole

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Black girl with a big dream.My pods cast are basically about a lot of areas of life,I talk about rediscovery,mental health,school and God.Why it is important for someone to get to know themselves and how to rediscover your true potential.
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Stepping Forward Podcast

Stepping Forward Podcast

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Welcome to Stepping Forward Podcast, your stepparenting companion. Listen to Sara and Rachel, two stepmoms, tackle the ins and outs and ups and downs of stepparenting. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/stepping-forward-podcast/support
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STEPPING INTO SPECIAL EDUCATION, Special Education, SPED, Special Ed, Students with Disabilities, Classroom Management

Michelle Vazquez, M.A.Ed., Special Education Teacher, Special Ed Teacher, IEP Writer, Special Education Teacher Coach

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Confused with how to write IEPs (Individualized Education Plans)? Not sure how to keep track of all the data? Tired of searching for the right behavior strategies to manage your special ed. classroom? In this podcast, you will find methods to create IEP goals that students can reach, a system to collect data with your team, & know which behavior strategies will work best for your classroom. My mission is to help new sped teachers write IEPs with confidence, share ideas for classroom manageme ...
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Stepping Into Now

Karen Toulon

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Stepping Into Now, hosted by Karen Toulon, is your place for candid conversations about crafting your career, connecting with community and clearing a pathway to success right now. Design: Eric Rhinehart Audio Producer and Music: Spencer Wadsworth
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Stepping out of the boat

Christy Farhar

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Stepping out of the boat in missions, ministry, parenting and being a wife. Going into different season of life can be scary but there is joy in the journey. Join me as we dive into going scared into whatever God calls us into.
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Stepping It Up

John Moder

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Join Stori and John (Dad), on their journey to grow in their unique "step" relationship. Sometimes stepparents and children have a hard time relating and working together. John and Stori wanted to grow their own bond through discovering new techniques and principles to live by. If you are a stepchild or parent, or looking for some laughs and lessons, listen in to Stepping It Up! Send questions to steppingitcast@gmail.com
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Stepping Into Freedom

Paul Pulsipher

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For members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or those interested in a Latter-day Saint perspective of the gospel of Jesus Christ. This podcast focuses on stories of recovery from trauma, alcoholism, drug and porn addiction, abuse, divorce, mental and emotional health problems, and much more. Available almost anywhere you listen to podcasts. Just search "Paul Pulsipher Stepping Into Freedom"
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Stepping Up STEM

Dr. Pamela McCauley

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On Stepping Up STEM, host Dr. Pamela McCauley explores the intersection of science, technology, engineering and math, and the barriers marginalized communities face within these fields. Join her as she sits down with impactful and passionate leaders making a difference in STEM education, innovation and entrepreneurship as they share their experiences and insights on how to create a more inclusive and diverse STEM community.
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Stepping Up to Your Potential shares an ongoing journey of personal growth and development, passing along any useful tools and lessons learned in the hope to inspire you to continue your own journey in our collective quest for expressing our highest potential. I particularly focus on all aspects of emotional intelligence and include some perspectives from my spiritual journey as well. Subscribe to the podcast and Step Up with me! All episodes are available in text format on the Blog as well ...
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We talk about the real life steps it takes to succeed. Not just the general make you feel good stuff, but the actual real steps you have to take to define your path, get rolling, overcome obstacles along the way and reach your goals. Whatever those goals might be. Hear a unique perspective! Learn from the paths that others have taken, learn from the mistakes they made and shorten your journey to an awesome life!
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Imagine making decisions for your life based on what your friends or family tell you to do and everyone is happy about this decision EXCEPT YOU? In this podcast I talk about the everyday struggles that we face in today’s day and age and finding out who we really are and making decisions for ourselves based on who we are and not who we’re told we’re supposed to be. We will discuss everyday life, love, money, and everything under the sun! Finding true happiness is the goal!
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Inspiring hope and motivating you to make bold moves, all while listening to your intuition to up level your life and become the person you are meant to be! In these episodes you will be challenged to think differently, to open your eyes to new ideas and to learn how to support yourself on this journey. If are ready to push through fear and doubt to live a fulfilling life than this is the podcast for you. We will talk all things life including work/life balance, marriage and parenting. Nikki ...
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Welcome to Stepping Toward Justice with Sarah A. Ford - a podcast where we’ll explore what justice really looks like - inside of a courtroom, outside in our communities, and where access to justice is lacking. We’ll talk with advocates, survivors, and changemakers working to make justice a reality for us all. We can’t change what we don’t understand or acknowledge. So let’s take a step together toward justice. Twitter: @Step2Justice Instagram: @steppingtowardjustice YouTube/Facebook: Steppin ...
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Hey Special Education Teacher, Have you ever had a student you thought may need a change of placement? Are you curious about the signs that indicate a student may need a COP? There are several things that need to be taken into account when considering a change in placement for a student. In my first change of placement meeting, I realized that I di…
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In this episode, we tackle a question that intrigues and perplexes many: Are narcissists born, or are they created? Key Highlights: Empathy vs. Narcissism: Explore the nature of empathy, a learned behavior, and its absence in narcissism. Discover the factors that contribute to the development of narcissistic traits and the significant role of child…
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Most timelines of the creative process depict it as linear and progressive, an "up and to the right" trajectory (like on a graph). But what I am finding in the final stretch of writing my novel, though, that this phase is entirely different from every part of the process that came before. Nothing about how I'm working as I struggle toward that fini…
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Hey Special Ed Teacher, Are you unsure if you want to teach in a mild to moderate or extensive needs classroom? Are you not really sure what the differences are between the two? I’ve been there and I’m breaking it all down for you today so you can make the best decision possible for you! There are some distinct differences between teaching mild to …
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Discover the tools to navigate the stormy waters of high-conflict divorces and post-separation abuse alongside Rachel Snow, a seasoned divorce and custody coach who has personally weathered a 13-year journey of complex legal battles and emotional turmoil. Throughout this transformative episode, we delve into the intricacies of family court encounte…
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In this episode, wedives deep into the complex world of narcissistic manipulation, shining a light on the subtle yet destructive tactics used by narcissists to control and undermine their victims. From gaslighting and triangulation to coercive control and isolation, we unpack each strategy, providing you with the knowledge needed to identify these …
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Hey Special Education Teacher, Have you thought about the possibility of not returning to your current role next school year? Has the thought of leaving special education altogether crossed your mind? Before you make any decisions, I encourage you to tune into this episode! Choosing whether to stay or leave is not easy and many factors play into th…
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My sister is a competitive cyclist, and we enjoy discussing the similarities between athletic practice and creative practice. The other day she was telling me about how she and the cyclists she coaches recognize, treat, and recover from physical injuries. It made me wonder: can creatives and artists suffer from injuries, too? If so, how do we recog…
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When I first heard about Engage and Evade: How Latino Immigrant Families Manage Surveillance in Everyday Life, Asad L. Asad's brilliant exploration of how undocumented people navigate living in the U.S. I thought that I had a pretty good understanding of the situation. I did not. The experience of living undocumented in the U.S., particularly in so…
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Hey Sped Teacher, Are you a special ed teacher looking to choose the right specialty area for your passion? Is deciding which credential is the best fit feeling overwhelming? Do you know the opportunities and responsibilities that come with each credential? Join me in this episode as I break down the 5 different types of specialty areas in special …
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In this episode, I share the February 2024 Relationship Energy Forecast! Take a listen to hear all about the energetic themes in this upcoming month and how you can play in these energies to further your growth and development. PLUS: I've created this FREE Companion Guide to help you explore the themes and insights shared in this Episode so you can…
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In this insightful episode, we delve into the complexities of understanding why an NPD diagnosis won't help you heal and what you need instead. Here's a little peek at what you can expect: 3 Keys You'll Learn in This Episode: 1. Why seeking a diagnosis of NPD may not provide the validation you're seeking after an unhealthy relationship. 2. The impo…
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Hey Special Ed Teacher, Are you supporting parents of special needs students in the best way possible? Have you wondered if there are things you can do to build stronger relationships with your students’ parents? In this episode, we’re diving into 5 things to avoid when building strong relationships with our students’ parents. As busy special educa…
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Hey Special Ed Teacher, IEP season is here! How do you like to prepare for IEP meetings? What do you do to ensure you have all the documents needed before it’s meeting time? Are you looking for a better system so you aren’t scrambling at the last minute to get everything ready? Today, I’m breaking down the 5 steps I take to ensure I am ready to ste…
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Discover the hidden mechanics of the narcissistic relationship cycle and arm yourself with the knowledge to break free. If you're feeling trapped in a fast-spinning vortex of emotional highs and crushing lows, this in-depth examination pulls back the curtain on the complexities of trauma bonding and manipulation. We start off exploring the love bom…
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I credit my creative practice with helping me recover from my life-altering burnout at the end of my PhD. I've maintained from the beginning (and often talked about in this podcast) that creative work should feel good most of the time. For many years I've been gentle and compassionate with myself in both my creative practice and life, never pushing…
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Hey Sped Teacher, How do you use token boards in the special ed classroom? How do you use token boards effectively? How can it be used to promote positive behavior? In today’s episode, I’ll share 7 steps to replace behaviors you want to change with your students with special needs! Sometimes, our whole classroom behavior system does not work for ev…
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Embark on a voyage through the intricate landscape of narcissism as we unravel the patterns of behaviors and traits of this personality type. This episode isn't about pointing fingers; it’s an intimate exploration aimed at cultivating an understanding of those who wrestle with the deep scars of their past. Prepare to dismantle the myths surrounding…
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Hey Special Education Teacher, How do you work with parents of your students with special needs? What do you say when you first introduce yourself? How do you keep your special needs parents' relationship going strong? In today’s episode, I’ll share how I collaborate and keep a good relationship with my special needs parents! That first impression …
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Are certain dynamics in your relationships leaving you drained or questioning your own sanity? Are you wondering if you are in a narcissistic relationship? Let's dive in! together. In our latest heart-to-heart, I peel back the layers on those unsettling feelings we often brush aside, tackling the signs that point to unhealthy and narcissistic partn…
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Have you ever noticed that successful artists' backstories often sound like destined paths or hero's journeys? Learning how to tell your own mythologized origin story is an essential tool for any artist. Listen to this episode to find out why and how to do it. I am indebted to the podcast episode Infamous: Taylor Swift Before She Was Famous Part I …
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Hey Special Ed Teacher, How do you structure your special education classroom? How do you manage your special ed class? What do you do to keep it organized? In today’s episode, I’ll share my top, tried, and true organization tips that I use in my own sped classroom! After going to two different districts, two different positions, three different sc…
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Ever feel like you're alone in your relationship? Struggling to just survive the day to day? Break free from that cycle with me, as we embark on an enlightening journey towards cultivating supportive and genuine connections. In our latest heart-to-heart, we walk through a framework to help you tackle things holding you back from more deeply connect…
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Hey Sped Teacher, How was your 2023 year? Did you learn any new lessons personally and/or professionally? Any upcoming goals you’d like to accomplish for the next 2024 year? In today’s episode, I’ll be getting personal and sharing the hard lessons I learned in 2023 and some new goals I foresee this upcoming year! Reflecting on a not-easy year can b…
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In this episode, we discuss the relationship shifts that are in store for you in January 2024 (or whenever you listen). Tune in to hear the intuitive insights of the energetic themes that we'll be playing with in our relationships so you can be armed and ready to transform your most soul-nourishing connections! Some of the themes discussed: Balanci…
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I am a lifelong magical thinker, but in recent years have rejected it in favor of a more realistic (read: pessimistic/cynical haha) perspective. This holiday season, though, I have decided that I will once again let myself believe in magic. But am I ready to indulge in magical thinking in a responsible way? To find out, I compare my magical thinkin…
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Hey Special Ed Teacher, It’s almost time for winter break! Do you have a plan for how you are spending your vacation? Will it be all about rest time? Or will you be catching up on work? Today, I share the pros and cons of working during your break and what I do during my vacation time! When our winter break finally arrives, all we want to do is….NO…
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Does the holiday season often feel more like a battlefield than a celebration due to the presence of a narcissistic individual in your life? You're not alone. This week on the Stepping Into Meaningful Relationships podcast, we tackle the heavy topic of navigating the murky waters of holiday cheer tainted by narcissistic behaviors. We take a deep lo…
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Are you ready to gain an in-depth understanding of coercive control in relationships? Do you want to spot the red flags and break free from the shackles of such a toxic environment? Today's episode brings you closer to these goals as we welcome the insightful Jennifer Parker, a seasoned therapist and author with extensive experience in working with…
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There's no question that setting and achieving goals is beneficial...right? But what about when it's not? Creativity requires us to become adept at allowing ourselves to be swept off course. In this episode I discuss why we struggle so much to deviate from plan, why this can harm our creative process, and why we may want to consider taking radical …
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Hey Sped Teacher, Is your classroom environment feeling overwhelming? Want to feel more organized after winter break? Don’t know what areas to start clearing? Today, I share 7 areas to begin decluttering your special education classroom! We are so busy teaching and writing IEPs that we sometimes let our classrooms go. Let’s start the new year with …
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Are you ready to embrace the new year with a clean slate and a refreshed sense of self? This episode of Stepping Into Meaningful Relationships is just the ticket. We uncover the transformative practice of self-reflection and forgiveness, guiding you to leave behind the weight of the past year and celebrate your achievements. We discuss the signific…
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Krystal has been blessed to live a life full of experiences. She's a former D1 softball player, saved at age 23, a former police officer, mother of 2 on earth, 1 in heaven and 1 in the womb. She's worked in finances, been an event planner for a Southern Baptist seminary, and is currently a project manager for a pro-life, whole life Christian minist…
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Hey Special Education Teacher, Struggling with lesson planning? How do you begin teaching your students with special needs? What does your aide do during instruction? Today, I share 5 must-haves when planning lessons for your special ed classroom! As special education teachers, unfortunately, we do not get the training and support we need right awa…
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Have you ever experienced a gut feeling that turned out to be spot on? What if I told you that this is your intuition speaking to you, a natural ability we all possess and can tap into? Join me as we explore the power of intuition and mediumship abilities in the context of December 2023 and the upcoming year of 2024. I'm thrilled to share some pers…
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In these final difficult months of getting my novel ready for agent submissions, thinking about my art's greater purpose is serving as an important motivator. In this episode I discuss why I think it's best to save contemplating your art's greater purpose for the later stages of creation, how to know if you even need a greater purpose for your art,…
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Hey Special Ed Teacher, Today’s episode is a re-release of episode 20! Are you up late, worried? Thinking if you’re doing a good job? Are you wondering what qualities make a good special ed teacher? You just heard that ONE negative comment or critique about your teaching. Now you’re up late at night, thinking if you have what it takes to be a sped …
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This episode is all about embracing vulnerability, learning how to accept support and reversing the belief that you are a burden! In this episode, I share some personal stories that have shaped my journey of self-discovery and emotional healing, including a defining moment in my life that made me question trusting my gut feelings and establishing a…
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Hey Sped Teacher, How do you deal with a power struggle with your students with special needs? Can you prevent these power struggles from happening in the first place? How do we change the dynamics and not engage in negative conflict with our students? In today’s episode, I will share the ONE thing we can do to stop these power struggles from begin…
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Are you tired of feeling drained and unappreciated in your relationships? Imagine what life would be like if you could confidently establish boundaries that work for you. Today's episode is a lifeline, a deep dive into the transformative power of boundary setting, and a brief testament to the healing that takes place when women gather in a nurturin…
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When life gets messy, it's tempting to put our creative work aside until we have the space and energy for inspiration again. But this is no good if you are trying to finish a project or if you are dedicated to maintaining a serious creative practice as an artist or a mental health practice. In this episode I talk about what I learned from a recent …
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Hey Special Education Teacher, Are you new to co-teaching? Do you know how it works in special ed? What materials do you need to get started to be a co-teacher? In today’s episode, I will share the most significant essentials I need as a sped co-teacher. After pushing into the general education classroom, I learned what is needed to have my student…
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