The Honestly Unfiltered Podcast

Jeni Thomas and Ellie David

As women of a certain age, very few people talk about what happens next when it comes to children leaving the nest, how our bodies change as we get older, or how relationships with friends and family and even our spouses change as we get older. We created a Podcast that embodies subjects you would talk about with your closest friends. The things that you would say, "Oh, that happens to me too." Because, in times of uncertainty, it helps to know that you are not alone. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy read less

In-Between Paranormal with Lauren Moss
4d ago
In-Between Paranormal with Lauren Moss
In this episode of The Honestly Unfiltered Podcast, Jeni and Ellie sit down with Lauren Moss of The In-Between ParanormalLauren Moss was born and raised in Tyler, Texas. And since the first moment she drew breath, the paranormal world surrounded her. Her earliest memory of interacting with a spirit of a deceased person was her grandfather, who passed when she was four. At the time, she didn’t realize what she could do, and as she grew, her abilities magnified. The paranormal world followed her, and she seemed to follow it. In 1999 she took matters into her own hands and began learning, training, and controlling her abilities. She became a channel psychic and medium. She graduated from college with her BFA in art history and studio art. She then married her high school sweetheart and welcomed their daughter in 2009.During this time, Lauren continued to work in the Paranormal field, volunteering her time with cold cases across the United States to help families to get closure when they desperately needed it. She also began to offer readings to the public and began to teach other individuals about their gifts and abilities. Outside of the Paranormal at this time, she also became an internationally licensed watercolor artist and has had gallery showings across the United States. Throughout her life, she has been involved in four paranormal teams and has run three of her own in various states. She is one of three cofounders and the psychic medium for The In-Between Paranormal, founded in March of 2022. The In-Between Paranormal focuses on national and international investigations, promoting para unity and support for the Paranormal community. The team dedicates its time to charitable acts and volunteer work within the communities that they investigate.________Where to find Laurentheinbetweensisterz@gmail.comhttps://brand.page/Theinbetweenparanormalhttps://twitter.com/InBetweenParahttps://instagram.com/officialtheinbetweenparanormalhttps://m.facebook.com/theinbetweenparanormalhttps://youtube.com/c/TheInBetweenParanormal________We have Podcast Merch! Check Out Our Designs Here!Please subscribe so you don’t miss an episode, and as always, send in your questions or comments to Jeni@honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comConnect with us on Social Media: Facebook.com/HonestlyUnfilteredPodcastInstagram.com/TheHonestlyUnfilteredPodcastTwitter.com/iAmJeniThomasCheck out our website and blog at www.honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comDo you like what you hear? Buy Us a Coffee!This podcast uses the following...
Same Old Lang Syne
Jan 2 2023
Same Old Lang Syne
In this episode of The Honestly Unfiltered Podcast, Jeni and Ellie discuss what Jeni thinks is the cause of her anxiety over the past few days. The ladies also touch on their Tik Tok traffic and some of the comments being left regarding Prince Harry and Meghan. Jeni and Ellie also talk about Barbara Walters passing at 93 and how she broke the ceiling for women in broadcasting. The ladies discuss the John Mayer interview on the Call Her Daddy Podcast, and Jeni has some strong feelings about it. Jeni and Ellie then move on to a video circulating TikTok with Taylor Lautner, Lea Michelle, and John Stamos, where Lea Michelle is seemingly mocking the song that Taylor Swift wrote for Lautner. Ellie then explains to Jeni the deal with Andrew Tate and his arrest. Ellie then tells Jeni about the documentary she has been watching about Hillsong Church which sparks an interesting conversation about churches. The ladies end with Ellie explaining the Idaho Murders to Jeni. We have Podcast Merch! Check Out Our Designs Here!Please subscribe so you don’t miss an episode, and as always, send in your questions or comments to Jeni@honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comConnect with us on Social Media: Facebook.com/HonestlyUnfilteredPodcastInstagram.com/TheHonestlyUnfilteredPodcastTwitter.com/iAmJeniThomasCheck out our website and blog at www.honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comDo you like what you hear? Buy Us a Coffee!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacyPodcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Sex and Chronic Illness with Dr. Lee Phillips
Dec 5 2022
Sex and Chronic Illness with Dr. Lee Phillips
In this episode of The Honestly Unfiltered Podcast, Jeni and Ellie sit down with Dr. Lee Phillips, a Psychotherapist & Sex Therapist. Dr. Lee's mission is to crush the myth that people with chronic illnesses and other disabilities are not sexual. His podcast, Sex, and Chronic Illness, features stories from individuals, couples, and other experts on overcoming shame and the sexual limitations caused by illness and disability.Dr. Lee Phillips is in private practice in New York City and McLean, VA, where she specializes in sex and couples therapy. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, and New York. She is a Certified Sex Therapist (CST) by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT). Dr. Phillips has been in private practice for more than a decade, treating a diverse group of patients searching for relief from the complications resulting from debilitating and often overlooked combinations of illnesses. She lectures on topics including sexuality, therapy with LGBTQIA+ clients, chronic pain, preventative services, anxiety and stress management, caregiving stress, depression in the elderly, mindfulness and cognitive strategies for chronic pain, reclaiming sexuality for couples with chronic illness, ethical decision making, assessment of mental disorders, sex and couples therapy, consensual non-monogamy, and exploring sexual communication, freedom, and pleasure for gender minorities with chronic illness, pain, and other disabilities. She has published in the Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, conducting a research study on LGBTQ-Affirmative Teaching at Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Understanding Program Directors Views. She holds a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Behavioral Health from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. She has been quoted in over 40 media outlets. She is the host of the podcast, Sex and Chronic Illness with Dr. Lee.___________More about Dr. LeeDr. Lee on InstagramDr. Lee on TwitterDr. Lee's Podcast____________We have Podcast Merch! Check Out Our Designs Here!Use coupon code HU2022 for 15% off.Please subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and as always, send in your questions or comments to Jeni@honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comConnect with us on Social Media: Facebook.com/HonestlyUnfilteredPodcastInstagram.com/TheHonestlyUnfilteredPodcastTwitter.com/iAmJeniThomasCheck out our website and blog at www.honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comDo you like what you hear? Buy Us a Coffee!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacyPodcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Luckiest Girl Alive
Nov 14 2022
Luckiest Girl Alive
In this episode of The Honestly Unfiltered Podcast, Jeni and Ellie discuss The Netflix movie Luckiest Girl Alive starring Mila Kunis.Jeni and Ellie catch up on their week. They also discuss their plan to try and purchase tickets for Taylor Swift's Eras Tour. The girls also touch on Tell Me Lies which they are both watching on Hulu. At 34 minutes into the episode, they discuss Luckiest Girl Alive. Jeni and Ellie discuss how the movie affected them and share experiences that happened to them when they were young. Ellie shares conversations that she has with her girls to keep them safe, and Jeni shares conversations that she has with her son regarding boundaries with girls.(Trigger warning, this conversation involves eating disorders, school shootings, and sexual assault)Luckiest Girl Alive is a 2022 mystery thriller film directed by Mike Barker from a screenplay by Jessica Knoll, based on her 2015 novel of the same name. The film stars Mila Kunis, Finn Wittrock, Scoot McNairy, Chiara Aurelia, Justine Lupe, Thomas Barbusca, Jennifer Beals, and Connie Britton.Luckiest Girl Alive on IMDbWe have Podcast Merch! Check Out Our Designs Here!Use coupon code HU2022 for 15% off.Please subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and as always, send in your questions or comments to Jeni@honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comConnect with us on Social Media: Facebook.com/HonestlyUnfilteredPodcastInstagram.com/TheHonestlyUnfilteredPodcastTwitter.com/iAmJeniThomasCheck out our website and blog at www.honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comDo you like what you hear? Buy Us a Coffee!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacyPodcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Being the Black Sheep
Nov 7 2022
Being the Black Sheep
What does it mean to be The Black Sheep of the Family?Many people who self-identify as the black sheep of their family feel misunderstood and ostracized. They report many negative comments and judgments from their family members. Many black sheep are self-healers, empathetic, and compassionate to others, given they know what it feels like not to be heard and understood.Kathi Hennessey, LICSW, studies the characteristics of adults who self-identify as black sheep or marginalized members of their families. Kathi will use information from her study to write a book about how the black sheep or marginalized members of their families are created and maintained. The research will also examine how these adults have adapted and embraced their uniqueness. In this episode of The Honestly Unfiltered Podcast, Jeni and Ellie sat with Kathi to discuss her research study. They also discussed family dynamics and whether or not we should feel obligated to be a part of our family members every day lives. Why are we forced to spend the holidays with our family when their treatment is terrible? And what happens when we push back, set boundaries, and do not allow toxic behavior? Find out this and much more in this episode.________Kathi Hennessey, LICSW InstagramKathi Hennessey, LICSW Facebookemail Kathi Hennessey, LICSW________Relevant Links:Being The Black SheepThe Power of Being The Black SheepLone Wolf or Black Sheep?_________We have Podcast Merch! Check Out Our Designs Here!Use coupon code HU2022 for 15% off.Please subscribe so you don’t miss an episode, and as always, send in your questions or comments to Jeni@honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comConnect with us on Social Media: Facebook.com/HonestlyUnfilteredPodcastInstagram.com/TheHonestlyUnfilteredPodcastTwitter.com/iAmJeniThomasCheck out our website and blog at www.honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comDo you like what you hear? Buy Us a Coffee!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacyPodcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Down the Rabbit Hole
Oct 23 2022
Down the Rabbit Hole
In this episode of Honestly Unfiltered, Jeni and Ellie catch one another up on the events of their week. They also discuss Tino Franco's interview with Nick Viall on The Viall Files Podcast about his breakup with The Bachelorette's Rachel Recchia. Jeni and Ellie also discuss Taylor Swift's new album, Midnights. The girls also discuss Kanye West's increasingly erratic behavior and his weeks-long spate of antisemitic comments. Over the last week, rapper Kanye West, now also known as Ye, has posted antisemitic tropes on his social media accounts, shared antisemitic conspiracy theories with Fox News host Tucker Carlson, and later, on social media, threatened violence against Jews.Jeni and Ellie also give an update about upcoming guests that they are excited about having on the Podcast in the next couple of weeks. _________Watch Tino Franco's Interview on The Viall Files__________Taylor Swift, Caught Between Yesterday and Tomorrow on 'Midnights'https://www.taylorswift.com/__________American Jewish CommitteeAnti-Defamation LeagueAnna Wintour of 'Vogue' Reportedly Cuts Ties With Kanye Following Anti-Semitic CommentsKanye West: bank JP Morgan Chase cuts ties with rapper____________This Episode is Sponsored by HOP WTR - Save 20% on your first order with the coupon code HONESTLYUNFILTEREDWe have Podcast Merch! Check Out Our Designs Here!____________Please subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and as always, send in your questions or comments to Jeni@honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comConnect with us on Social Media: Facebook.com/HonestlyUnfilteredPodcastInstagram.com/TheHonestlyUnfilteredPodcastTwitter.com/iAmJeniThomasCheck out our website and blog at www.honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comDo you like what you hear? Buy Us a Coffee!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:...
Adult ADHD with Dr. Kathy Zhang
Oct 17 2022
Adult ADHD with Dr. Kathy Zhang
We have followed Dr. Luiyi Kathy Zhang on Instagram for quite some time. Her podcast, The Purpose Filter, is one that we try to listen to when life does not get in the way. Her podcast covers health, relationships, mindset, and the meaning of happiness. As a life coach, she teaches her clients how to apply the lessons of dying before it is too late so that they can create a life they genuinely love. Dr. Zhang is a hospice and palliative care physician. She has a front-row seat to the end of life and all of the regrets that come with it.Earlier this month, a specific post on Instagram caught our attention. She was recently diagnosed with ADHD as a woman in her 30s. She made it through Med School and Residency without knowing this about herself. Something that we could relate to as well. In this episode of The Honestly Unfiltered Podcast, Ellie and Jeni talk with Dr. Kathy Zhang about adults being diagnosed with ADHD._____________Dr. Kathy Zhang -Website: http://purposefilter.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/purposefilter/_____________This Episode is Sponsored by HOP WTR - Save 20% on your first order with the coupon code HONESTLYUNFILTEREDWe have Podcast Merch! Check Out Our Designs Here!Please subscribe so you don’t miss an episode, and as always, send in your questions or comments to Jeni@honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comConnect with us on Social Media: Facebook.com/HonestlyUnfilteredPodcastInstagram.com/TheHonestlyUnfilteredPodcastTwitter.com/iAmJeniThomasCheck out our website and blog at www.honestlyunfilteredpodcasts.comDo you like what you hear? Buy Us a Coffee!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacyPodcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy