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"Sister Who Presents,"

Holiday Specials, and Others:  

The Seventeenth Season of Production

 

Episode 433:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to others' expectations, especially in relation to self-worth and self-expression.  

 

Episode 434:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections on finding empowerment by using one's imagination to create relationships one has not physically experienced.

 

Episode 435:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections inspired by these words, attributed to Albert Einstein:  "I attempted to live a normal life, but found it was quite impossible for me."  

 

Episode 436:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to distinguishing blame from responsibility and thereby empowering one's life experiences.  

Episode 437:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to the vision of someday creating a spiritual center named "God Space Sanctuary."  

 

Episode 438:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to egalitarian versus hierarchical relationships.  

  

Episode 439:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to prudishness, personal boundaries, and sex education.  

 

Episode 440:  Sister Who and Vendella Sawyer discuss boundaries, expectations, and familial definitions.  

 

Episode 441:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to the observation that "one-size-fits-all" never really fits anyone.

 

Episode 442:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to ultimately self-sabotaging societal pressures and patterns

 

Episode 443:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to the freedom and ability to question.

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Episode 444:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to distinguishing the interpersonal dynamics of enabling from those of empowering.

 

Episode 445:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to distinguishing good from evil and understanding the complex phenomenon of subjectivity.

 

Episode 446: Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to societal economic constructions and especially to possibilities of "organic communism."

 

Episode 447:  Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with the challenge of being overlooked, marginalized, or forgotten.  

 

Episode 448:   Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with the implications of being unwanted and alone.  

 

Episode 449:  Sister Who thoughtfully offers potentially empowering thoughts related to the idea of "Rediscovering Ritual--and making it personal.'  

 

Episode 450:  Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with the idea of "The Generation Gap."

 

Episode 451:  Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with possibilities of more constructive response to experiences of frustration.  

 

Episode 452:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections upon allowing one's creativity to be expansive and innovative, in order to more effectively cope with and transcend life challenges.  

 

Episode 453:  Sister Who offers thoughts and reflections related to study, lifelong learning, and/or being a scholar and engages in the first of two discussions explaining a new and integrated way of measuring and addressing holistic health and well-being ("The Symbiotic Triad of Holistic Health").    

 

Episode 454:  Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with contrasting experiences--of or within--Time.  

 

Episode 455:  Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with ideas related to resistance and persistence within relational dynamics.

 

Episode 456:  Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with ideas related to the complex phenomenon of empathy.  

 

Episode 457:  Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with ideas related to creative individuality and growth-oriented relationship.  

 

Episode 458:  Sister Who thoughtfully wrestles with ideas related to defining one's needs and relational understandings.