ep 10: Asking for help & why Frances is the Kylie Jenner of her family

Lots of accidental one liners in this week’s episode 10 of the Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast where Deanna & Frances are talking about setting goals for ourselves and asking for help in achieving those goals. 

Before they get into the main topic, (0:40) Frances explains why she was crying prior to recording this show and Deanna figures out that she is the “Kylie Jenner” of her family. You really gotta listen in for the whole story. (6:00) Deanna talks about big news in her life and (6:22) shows us the importance of not leaving out important words in sentences or you will end up saying things like, “Stop eating a child unsupervised on Halloween” when she really meant to say stop eating LIKE A CHILD. (12:55) Deanna talks about how she has always been a homeboy and how she hates going to parties. (14:35) Frances discusses why she backed out of a planned trip for New Years & how insurance companies should consider refunding people for canceled plans due to falling in love.  

(18:55) The girls get back on track and start talking about New Year resolutions, (20:35) stages of change and (21:25) discuss the art of asking for help. Another Hilarious Humanitarians one liner comes to be at (26:55) “I just want to see what the inside of the club looks like.” (35:45) Discussions about using tact when asking for help and explaining further what it means to have an art to asking for help. (37:20) The girls also talk about the importance of surrounding ourselves with friends from different walks of life, with different skill sets and attributes. Lastly, the girls wrap up the episode by reading a piece of fan mail they received this week. Tune in next week for some more laughs, opportunities for self growth and perspective. 

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Hi Friends! I run the Instagram Accounts @HilariousHumanitarian & @HumanitarianMom I am a Psychotherapist, Writer, Advocate, Educator & Life Coach. I am really passionate about the field of Mental Health, the ways in which humans connect with one another and optimizing our time on Planet Earth. I believe humor is a connector and opens doors where they otherwise would have been closed.

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