This podcast is adapted from the book where we link each story to a pressing issue of our time, where we unearth real stories by real people and exchange perspectives on these topics. It's for those who dare to care and question 'why am I here?'.
Let’s explore this journey of Love together.
See episodes below.
“For me, as a parent, I’m always telling myself that my kids aren’t my world.”
These words from Raeesah Khan, social activist, Member of Parliament and a mother of two, may shock some but listen to this episode to find out.
In this enlightening episode on parental approvals and our sense of self, Anthea trades stories of her childhood with Raeesah as they discuss conscious parenting and challenges facing our youth today.
Imposter syndrome can apply to anyone who isn’t able to internalise and own their own success.
Find out why Anthea felt like a fraud for a long time in her life and how her guest, public health researcher Rayner Tan had self-imposed his own form of conversion therapy whilst thinking constantly of killing himself when he was in his teens because of his sexual orientation.
You don’t want to miss this raw, gritty and immensely vulnerable conversation.
What is a fair conversation on gender equality without hearing from both sides of the gender spectrum and everyone in between. Where better to start than in the home, where fathers play a significant role in either normalising gender inequalities or breaking down the shades of patriarchy.
Anthea and AWARE's Corinna Lim share openly about their fathers and discuss what it means to achieve a state of parity that both women and men can enjoy.
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