GP and her husband did a video call from their living room with intimacy teacher Michaela Boehm. In this moment of uncertainty, when tension in many households is running high, Boehm offers a framework to help partners process difficult emotions and reconnect with each another. They talk about why some people might find themselves wanting to have sex more during fraught times and why others might be struggling to feel sexual now. Boehm covers how to focus on a relationship’s strengths when you need them most, how to have “more constructive freakouts,” and how to build some fun into the day. The conversation wraps with a simple five-minute exercise for engaging with a loved one.
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Go behind one of the scariest and most unique TV series, American Horror Story, with creators Ryan Murphy & Brad Falchuk.
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THE WRITERS’ ROOM Podcasts present Season 1, hosted by award-winning screenwriter, comedian and actor Jim Rash. Join us for a frank and revealing conversation about what we all love: television! In this season, Jim puts it all on the table with the writers and key cast members of Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, American Horror Story, New Girl, Dexter, and Parks and Recreation.
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Brad Falchuk is a successful writer, producer, and director in Hollywood. His credits include “Glee,” “American Horror Story,” and “Nip/Tuck.” He wasn’t diagnosed with dyslexia until college. That diagnosis changed his life. “I no longer was identifying as someone that wasn’t that bright. I was identifying as someone that had a way of seeing the world that was different.”
In this Brad Falchuk interview, he opens up about his dyslexia diagnosis and his talent for writing. Brad discusses why failure is actually an opportunity to learn and shares his advice on how to help kids find success with dyslexia.
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With Marja Pruis & Lisa Taddeo
We discuss female desire and the way we talk (or write) about this in literature. Why is this still a sensitive topic? An all-female round table talk.
With an all-female cast of writers, we look at these issues. Among them is Lisa Taddeo, author of Three Women in which she followed three women up close during eight years, reading all of their correspondence, texts, this way getting an intimate look at the ins and outs of their sex lives.
Marja Pruis (De Groene Amsterdammer) reads an opening statement on the state of female desire in fiction today, which she wrote especially for us. Writers Daan Borrel, Yael van der Wouden and academic researcher Margriet van Heesch (UvA) join her, Sarah Meuleman will be our moderator.
This programme is a collaboration with publisher Nijgh & Van Ditmar as well as SLAA (Stichting Literaire Activiteiten Amsterdam).
As the father of two sons with schizophrenia, author Ron Powers is familiar with the pain and frustration of dealing with a chronic, incurable disease of the brain.
Published in March of 2017, “No One Cares About Crazy People” seamlessly weaves together the analysis of society’s historically harsh treatment of the mentally ill with journalist Ron Powers’ own very personal story. In this Keep Talking episode, he shares what he has learned as the parent of two sons with schizophrenia, his convictions about medical compliance, and his compassion for those who suffer with a chronic mental illness. Ron Powers will appear during the Brattleboro Literary Festival at Centre Congregational Church on October 14 at 11:00 AM.
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