You remember brother Robin and his trials and tribulations. In this episode, Calm, Coull & Collected: Robin Goes Home – 176, my brother opens up about where he has been, and where he is now. His journey has had many ups and downs, but it appears he may be on
The Soul Forge is a place of silent mystery, quiet contemplation, and outright mayhem!
Shawn Vanderloo guides you through the adventures of living, but mostly talks about stupid things he has done because of girls. Topics include life and love, sex and dating, joy and heartache, memories and loss, and so much more! Don’t worry, it’s not nearly as pretentious as it sounds.
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Awkward dates, technology and the art of being emotionally unprepared. My original plan for the episode was a conversation with an avid Trump supporter. The hope was to have an open and honest chat with the goal of getting to the bottom of why this man supports someone that most
Perhaps True Crime is the way to go if you want to be a successful podcaster. It certainly appears to be the most popular podcast genre, and True Crime fans are the most vocal and passionate. Should the Soul Forge switch to a True Crime format? But True Crime is
Communication! Julie joins me for a chat about effective communication. Communication is simply the act of transferring information from one place, person or group to another. Every communication involves (at least) one sender, a message and a recipient. This may sound simple, but communication is actually a very complex subject.
Digging through the archives of my family history. I found my grade 2 report card. In fact, there were very many things I found inside this box. This box has been in my possession for several years. It belonged to my grandparents. For quite some time I was hesitant to
Mahogany Clark, is a poet, author, and U.S. army soldier from Miami Florida. She just recently turned 21 years old, and has written two books Self Love & A Cup Of Family Tea, Her third book was written to encourage young children to always feel loved, because proper nurturing is
Moments that define a culture or a generation…these are our cultural touchstones. The term ‘cultural touchstone’ has been credited to Matthew Arnold in his 1880 piece “The Study of Poetry.” In short, Arnold suggested that in order to determine how much praise a new piece of poetry deserved, it should
March Break is finally over. Summer time fun is at an end. You’re going back to school in 2020. It’s a weird time in the history of humanity. Never has a society shut down like it has this year. In this episode, we remember back to school rituals. The coming
Jeramy from the Fandom Squad Podcast comes by to chat about his rough childhood. We start by learning about Jeramy’s early childhood. His parents divorced when he was fairly young. As a result, he lived with his mother who moved around quite a bit. She also choose men who may
In Witchcraft for Beginners, Tracy takes us on her journey into the spiritual side of things. On this episode, we go over how she become interested in witchcraft, and what she has learned so far. Tracy started with an interest in Reiki, and began to learn about the crystals and
Parenting. It’s living life in the fast lane. This week’s Soul Forge brings you a look behind the parenting style of Rene, a father of 3 boys. Rene is the father of a 13 year old boy and 11 year old twin boys. On this episode, he discusses his parenting
This week the Soul Forge brings you an author interview with Unique’ka. Her self-published book is called The Glow Up. It’s a self help book based on the journey of her life. Sit back and listen to a tale as unique as Unique’ka. Coming from an abusive childhood shaped many