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Feminine Warrior Podcast

Welcome to the Feminine Warrior podcast with hosts Helen Tansey and Dianne Wiseman, a space that celebrates women who have dove deep into the darkness to reclaim their light.

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Finding Joy & Freedom Through Trauma

In this episode of FW Dianne speaks with Mary Firestone about her new book, Trusting The Dawn, How to choose Freedom and Joy after trauma. Mary shares her holistic view of healing by drawing from both her own healing journey and her background in clinical psychology to offer a radical, integrative handbook for not only healing from trauma but awakening to even more empowerment, joy, and meaning because of your experiences. Through her soft-spoken and loving voice, Mary shares her powerful wisdom, that healing at its truest essence is about reclaiming, not fixing. Connect with Mary:Website: maryfirestone.coIG: @firestonesisters


12 Oct 2022

Rank #1

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Journalist & Wanderlust Fashionista

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Dianne and Helen speak with the extraordinary Amy E. Goodman. Amy is a multi-faceted powerhouse, she began her career in women’s magazines, as an editor and correspondent at In Style, a senior editor at All You, an editor-at-large for Southern Living and Coastal Living, and a contributing editor for Rodale's Organic Life Magazine. She’s collaborated with countless others such as Marie Claire, People Stylewatch, MarthaStewartLiving.com, Women’s Health, Bustle.com, Real Simple, and Women’s Day among others. She was a style writer for NBC’s LifeGoesStrong.com, an accessories guru for TheBlush.com, and senior style editor for TheNest.com. A highly sought brand consultant and spokesperson, she’s served as Timex’s Fashion Trend Director and zulily.com’s Senior Lifestyle Editor.Amy shares how her beautiful Japanese heritage has influenced her simple and powerful outlook on life. She has worked in media for years, yet still remind true to what is important to her, love, community, and mother earth. Thank you Amy, you are an inspiration to us all. Connect with Amy:Website: amyegoodman.comIG: amyedgoodman


16 Sep 2022

Rank #2

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A Consumer's Best Friend

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Helen and Dianne speak with a consumer’s best friend Trae Bodge. Trae is an accomplished lifestyle journalist and TV commentator who specializes in smart shopping, personal finance, and retail. She has appeared on the Today Show, GMA3, NBC Nightly News, and Inside Edition. Trea is a regular contributor at Marketwatch, MSN, and Millie Magazine. Her expertise has appeared in Forbes, USNews.com, Kiplinger, and Yahoo Finance. Trae’s financial expertise has been recognized by Linkedin, GoBankingRates, and FlexJobs. Trae shares her expertise on mindful spending, taking control of your money through budging and apps to help you. Trae’s clear and concise advice will leave you feeling excited to take more ownership over your money. Connect with Trae: Website: truetrae.comIG: @truetraeTwitter: TruetraeFacebook: truetrae


25 Aug 2022

Rank #3

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Warrior of Love

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Dianne and Helen speak with the brilliant and powerful Marianne Williamson. Marianne is a bestselling author, political activist, and spiritual thought leader. For over three decades Marianne has been a leader in spiritual and religiously progressive circles. She is the author of 14 books, four of which have been #1 New York Times bestsellers. A quote from the mega-bestseller A Return to Love, "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure..." is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers.Marianne founded Project Angel Food, a non-profit that has delivered more than 14 million meals to ill and dying homebound patients since 1989. The group was created to help people suffering from the ravages of HIV/AIDS. She has also worked throughout her career on poverty, anti-hunger and racial reconciliation issues. In 2004, she co-founded The Peace Alliance and supports the creation of a U.S. Department of Peace. She ran for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, and in 2021 she launched MarianneWilliamson.Substack.com.


19 Aug 2022

Rank #4

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How To Live "Your Fully Charged Life"

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Helen and Dianne speak with the upbeat and driven Meaghan B Murphy, an editor, on-air personality, lifestyle and health expert, a home-hack master, certified trainer and author of Your Fully Charged Life: A Radically Simple Approach to Having Endless Energy and Filling Every Day with YAY (Penguin Random House).Meaghan was named Editor-in-Chief of Woman’s Day, charged with re-energizing the brand across print and digital. This follows a 6-year stint as executive editor at Good Housekeeping, where Meaghan helped dust off and reimagine the 130-year-old megabrand. Along with guiding Woman’s Day creative vision, Meaghan promotes WD in the media as a regular guest expert on Live with Kelly & Ryan, Today and many more. In addition, Meaghan shot a year-long series for NBC News titled “A Better Way,” in which she shared MacGyver-style home hacks and shortcuts. She joined the fourth season of “Small Business Revolution” (Hulu) as an expert in building community spirit — something she effectively did as Chief Spirit Officer of her own suburban town of Westfield, New Jersey.Meaghan has been profiled in the documentary “The Search for Aliveness” as its “high-energy, rock-star mom.” Additionally, she’s been featured on countless radio shows and podcasts and now co-hosts her own podcast entitled Off the Gram with fellow wellness influencers, which is part of Dr. Oz’s OzTube network.Connect with Meaghan:Website: meaghanbmurphy.comInstagram: @meaghanbmurphy @theyaylist @offthegrampodcast @bestfieldnjTwitter: @meaghanbmurphy


10 Aug 2022

Rank #5

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Wisdom, Power, And Grace

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Helen and Dianne have the pleasure of speaking with Kathy Imrie, an actress, mother and friend who bring so much joy into people’s lives. Kathy is one of those women that make you feel you are in the present of greatness. Listening to this episode will leaved you changed forever.


3 Aug 2022

Rank #6

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Blood Orange Night: My Journey to the Edge of Madness.

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Dianne and Helen speak with Melissa Bond, a narrative journalist, poet, and the author of the book: Blood Orange Night releasing July 14, 2022. A memoir about her herioning battle with an accidental addiction to benzos. Melissa writes so honestly and raw that she pulls you into the nightmare and leaves you with the understanding that this story could be yours or anyone in your life. The first draft of the book won second place in the Utah Original Writer’s Competition. Poe Ballantine judged and called the book, “poetic and lyrical … having been elevated to a work of art.” While writing the book, Melissa also wrote for the national blogs Mad in America and Ravishly, all while raising two hilarious children. Her son is the inspiration behind her short film, Gooogled, which premiered at the San Jose International Short Film Festival in 2016.Melissa has written several chapbooks of poetry and has performed in Poetry Slam nationals in both Austin, Texas, and Portland, Oregon. Melissa was Associate Editor and Poetry Editor for the Wasatch Journal, a long-form, glossy magazine serving the Intermountain West. During that time, she won awards for being the Gutsiest Spoken Word Poet, Best Poet in Motion, and Best Profile Writer for the Western Publishing Association’s Maggie Awards.In addition to the printed page, Melissa loves playing around on the stage and in the radio. She’s written and performed her own work in numerous venues in Salt Lake City, including the Rose Wagner Black Box during the Sundance Film Festival. She performed in The Vagina Monologues at the University of Utah’s Kingsbury Hall (in front of her grandmother and hundreds of other folks), and spent several years writing and producing fictional shorts for KRCL, Utah’s only independent radio station.Connect with Melissa Bond:Website: Melissabond.comInstagram: @melissabauthorTwitter: MBondauthorFacebook: Melissa A.BondTicTok: MelissabondauthorGood Reads: Melissa Bond


13 Jul 2022

Rank #7

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Lymphatic Practices - Enhance Immunity, Health & Beauty

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Dianne and Helen speak with the lovely Lisa Levitt Gainsley, a Certified Lymphedema Therapist, Manual Lymphatic Drainage Practitioner, and Author of The Book Of Lymph. Her work has appeared in GOOP, ELLE, The Hollywood Reporter, Healthline, and more. She has worked at UCLA Medical Center and has been in private practice for 20 years.Born and raised in Los Angeles, Lisa is an innovator in her field. Her unique life experience has driven her to become an accomplished and multi-faceted practitioner. When Lisa was10 years old, her mother was diagnosed with lung and brain cancer. She and her family spent the next few years educating themselves about the disease and working with doctors and top specialists across the country to support her mother's health. At a young age, Lisa and her family were exposed to the concept of complementary medicine and beneficial ways to help her mom alleviate the side effects of her cancer treatment, including adopting a macrobiotic diet and learning guided meditation techniques. Lisa was 13 years old when her mother died, and the deep impact of her loss inspired her to pursue a lifelong commitment to helping others.To find more about Lisa Levitt Gainsley:IG: @thelymphaticmesageWebsite: thelymaticmessage.com$100 Course Discount Code: FEMININEWARRIOR


29 Jun 2022

Rank #8

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Authentically Living Her Best Life

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Helen and Dianne speak with the beautiful Kate Drummond, a Canadian actress who won the Canadian Screen Awards for Best Lead Performance for her movie Nowhere to be Found, starred in The Novice, Wynonna Earp, and played the sister to Brook Shields in The Flower Shop mysteries. Kate shares her excitement about acting in the movie The Man From Toronto with Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson which premieres this Friday on Netflix. Kate shares with an open heart the ups and downs of not only being a woman in the film industry but how being fiercely committed to inner knowing has always served her well. IG: kate_drummond


22 Jun 2022

Rank #9

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Medical Assistance In Dying

In this episode of Feminine Warrior Helen and Dianne speak with the brilliant Dr. Stefanie Green about her book, This is Assisted Dying. A transformative and compassionate memoir by a pioneer in medically assisted dying who began her career in the maternity ward and now helps patients who are suffering explore and then fulfill their end-of-life choices. Dr. Green shares the voices of her patients, and her own narrative as she describes the extraordinary people she meets and the unusual circumstances she encounters while navigating the intricacy, intensity, and utter humanity of these powerful interactions.Website: stefaniegreen.com Twitter: @docsgreen


15 Jun 2022

Rank #10