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Toby Dorr

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The Things You'd Never Think You'd Do with Toby Dorr Ep. 33

Fraud Busting with Traci Brown

Toby Dorr visits Fraud Busting.     You’ll be sucked into her amazing story as she takes us from leading her normal, midwestern life to busting her boyfriend out of prison.  Listen to find out exactly what happened, what she’s doing now and how you can realize the signs of vulnerability to fraud and social engineering in yourself.

46mins

9 Nov 2020

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toby dorr: love & a prison break

wild love: a that's what she said podcast

writer and public speaker toby dorr shares her harrowing story: falling in love with prison inmate john maynard and helping him escape, their experience on the run and how her life has been thoroughly transformed by these events.

1hr 6mins

13 May 2020

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wild love: toby dorr

that's what she said

writer and public speaker toby dorr shares her harrowing story: falling in love with prison inmate john maynard and helping him escape, their experience on the run and how her life has been thoroughly transformed by these events.

1hr 6mins

13 May 2020

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Finding Perspective When Life Falls Apart with Toby Dorr, “The Dog Lady of Lansing Prison”

The Better You with Kacie Main

Toby’s story is incredible, certainly unique, and ultimately super inspiring, as she embodies the importance of perspective and the ability to recreate your life no matter how badly it has fallen apart. At 46, Toby founded the Safe Harbor Prison Dog program at Lansing Correctional Facility in Kansas. Nearly two years later, Toby abandoned herself and her life after falling in love with a handsome younger man who was doing life for murder. Together, on the run after a sensational prison escape, their honeymoon ended with a crash at a hundred miles per hour, chased into a tree by a large ensemble of law enforcement. Toby's dive took her to the penal side of prison bars where she found the time and liberation to begin a transformation. A decade later, Toby has achieved two master's degrees, completed her memoir, acquired literary agency, and sold the movie rights to her story. Publication is expected soon. Her story has been covered by America's Most Wanted, the Wall Street Journal, Anderson Cooper, and more. Toby, better known as the Dog Lady of Lansing Prison, inspires women to break free. In this episode, we discuss: ·      How busyness affects our ability to gauge our true happiness. ·      How difficult it is to stand up for and do the things in life that we want to. ·      The importance of a having victor mindset over a victim mindset when bad things happen. ·      How rock bottom can be a lifechanging blessing. ·      The power of journaling to overcome guilt and shame. ·      Letting go of a love gone wrong. You can find and follow Toby here: Toby’s website Facebook: /UAreEnough The Unleashed Series website Unleashed Series Facebook Group News coverage: Criminal Podcast Ep. 121: Off Leash Miami Herald Inside Edition Anderson Cooper 360 Oxygen SHOP CLEAN products with DISCOUNTS in my SHOP! Please SUBSCRIBE, SHARE, RATE, and REVIEW the podcast! Follow the podcast on Instagram @TheBetterYouPodcast or Facebook @TheBetterYouPodcast. And you can email the podcast at TheBetterYouPodcast@gmail.com Follow me on all the socials: Instagram @kaciemain_writes, Facebook @kaciemain.write, or Twitter @kaciemain_write. Find my book – I Gave Up Men for Lent, the story of a jaded, hopelessly romantic, health-conscious party girl’s search for meaning – on Amazon, Kindle, and Audible. And for everything else you want to know about me, visit my website at www.kaciemain.com Some links are Affiliate links.

53mins

7 Apr 2020

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The Dog Lady of Lansing Prison - ft Toby Dorr Part II

Try to Podcast

Welcome back for the exciting conclusion of Toby's story about helping John Maynard escape from Lansing prison!  If you have not listened to Part I, please go back & listen before joining us for Part II.We pick up where we left off:  Toby has helped Maynard escape in a dog crate & they are on the run from the police, FBI, and US Marshals.  Toby tells the boys about the 2 weeks she spent on the run, the harrowing arrest, her time served, and, finally the resources she has created to help women who have served time adjust to life after prison.If you want to learn more or donate so an inmate can receive the workbook for free, you can visit Toby's "Unleashed" website here.  You can also visit the Facebook page for "Unleashed" here.  And if you just want to find out more about Toby in general you can visit her site here.Don't forget to check out the other shows on www.tenseventen.com.Reach out to us via any method below:TWITTER:  @trytopodcast, @aintnoswayze, @mustbethechoadiFACEBOOK:  facebook.com/trytopodcast

1hr 27mins

17 Mar 2020

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The Dog Lady of Lansing Prison - ft Toby Dorr Part I

Try to Podcast

Welcome back!!!Brian used his powers for good this time, inviting our most intriguing guest to date to join us for a special 2 part episode.  Toby Dorr started a prison dog rescue program at Lansing Prison in 2004 and the ride she went on after that will leave you breathless.  Make sure to stick around next week for the exciting conclusion of her story.Oh!  Plus for more information about this year's weight loss challenge in which you all are invited to participate in, find the page on the Facebooks.Don't forget to check out the other shows on www.tenseventen.com.Reach out to us via any method below:TWITTER:  @trytopodcast, @aintnoswayze, @mustbethechoadiFACEBOOK:  facebook.com/trytopodcast

1hr 4mins

10 Mar 2020

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Toby Dorr: You Don’t Have to Be Your Worst Mistake

The Morning Glory Project

Toby Dorr might just be the world’s unlikeliest felon. So law-abiding that she counted to three at every stop sign before putting her foot on the gas, she had a lifelong drive to be “perfect” and to please others with no thought to her own needs. With her emotional well dry she had rendered herself vulnerable to trust the very first person who paid her attention—a choice that ultimately landed her in prison. Jail time gave her a chance to reflect and she learned how far a person can fall…and still get up.

42mins

13 Nov 2019