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Breana Gail Vlogs says:

You're such a beautiful person.

J S says:

I’m getting outlander vibes from your beautiful colored hair 😍 #singmeasongalassthatisgone

Mame Johnston says:

If you want a recommendation for a book that will change you, read Alicia, My Story. A student of mine recommended it to me during our study of the Holocaust and she was correct. I read it in a weekend because I couldn’t stop, but would have to take breaks to breathe sometimes.

Olya Kovalevich says:

Talking about books, I just finished reading your book “Love without Borders”. What an incredible and inspiring story. Having to deal with infertility myself, your story brought tears to my eyes. God bless your family.

Abigail Brown says:

Wow I loved this!!!!

Samantha Anderson says:

I was just hoping you were going to tell us that your podcast was coming back!! 😭 love love loved those few episodes you and CR put out!

Angelica Claudio-Cortes says:

Interesting reads…my fave podcasts are more about motherhood and faith: Don't Mom Alone, Risen Motherhood, and Make Life Matter with Angela Donadio.

Jessica starkey says:

What was the book about the 8 year old taken by native American people please?

A. J. Schoppe says:

I just started reading Hillbilly Elegy and am really enjoying it. Some of his intro reminds me of A Framework for Understanding Poverty by Ruby Payne. (I thought you might enjoy checking that book out.) What many people don't understand is there are a lot of similarities in people who live in poverty that have little to do with race. I live on a reservation in Montana and it really helped me to understand the culture.

Jessie J. Muncaster says:

I think you would enjoy this podcast:
Revisionist History is Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. From Pushkin Industries. Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance.

Shelli Gracey says:

I have been watching your videos non-stop! I am a Christian, a homeschool mom, and my husband and I will be adopting for the first time this year (ya know… hopefully). We are adopting an older child through foster care. I've read all the books about child brain development and how trauma effects that development and what those consequences could look like. None of these books ever hit me the way your video on cocooning did. I finally feel the mother's intuition stirring inside of me! I finally know how I feel (sort of) about MY child going through these big feelings and what I can do about it! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting up all these videos and helping moms like me and, most of all, helping kids like my future son or daughter.

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