Flushing It Out with Samantha Spittle, the Introvert's Extrovert. She talks to people so you don't have to...for now.
This week, Samantha talks with Clara Wasserstein about perfectionism and her journey from being brought up in the culture of Hasidic Judaism to where she is today. With such a protected and conservative upbringing, she explains some of the struggles that came when she decided to leave the Hasidic Jewish community. She talks about how we all need to truly embrace ourselves and who we are, the need for support in our lives, how we should all strive to live in the space between black and white. Clara explains that we will all mess up in life, but what matters is what we do after we mess up. This conversation is a look at what we all can learn from someone who has left her entire life behind, everything she has ever known, to start over because she knew that things weren't what they appeared to be and she wanted a better life for her children. Take a listen as Samantha and Clara Flush It Out.
Samantha sits down to talk with Rebecca Burtram about the origins of the podcast, why potty humor can be an invitation to genuine connection and vulnerability and how we can cope with feelings of being enough.