Feb 7, 2020
December 27 2019 is one of the darkest days in the northeast and it was one of the darkest days of my depression. I was home alone and had hit a real bottom. I was working hard on my podcast and reaching out to my network but transitions are challenging and mine has been rough.
I had already reached out to a couple of people to seek their counsel but I thought that my friend Kelly Carlin would be someone who could really help me see some light on the darkest of days. I was right about one thing that day. Calling Kelly proved to be very helpful and I tried my best to recreate some of that conversation on today's episode of Stand Up.
I met Kelly several years ago while I was hosting my first show on siriusxm on the Comedy Channel's and when she was promoting her amazing book "A Carlin Home Companion growing up with George"
Whether Kelly Carlin is supporting women in finding their voices and essential selves, performing her personal essays to laughs and tears, revealing her take on the culture and psyche of modern life on her and others’ podcasts, or interviewing iconic comedians, she is dedicated to revealing unmined perspectives and asking the big questions about human life.
WOMEN ON THE VERGE is a focused, year-long coaching program that supports women who are ready to make deep, long lasting changes within and without so that they can finally be valued, paid, and recognized.
I hope this talk is a helpful for you to hear and that you have people on in your life you can talk with like this.
If not then just call me
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