Tag Archives: relationships

God, Grant Me the Serenity… With Thaddeus Russell [PODCAST #558]

In our most challenging and uncomfortable conversation to date, Thaddeus Russell and I explore some things about my past that I've had trouble accepting and often wonder if I can still change. A lengthy list of topics follows: shame, moralizing, self-sacrifice, relationships as transactions, dishonesty, the war in our heads between the puritan and the hedonist, integrity and personal responsibility. Also: The Next Renegade University and School Sucks Project event is happening May 11-13 in the original renegade city of New Orleans. At the end of this podcast we'll discuss some of the details and the new features. For more information and to secure your spot, go to ThaddeusRussell.com/courses Please Support School Sucks We do cool things! Thanks to your ...

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The Relationship Benefits of Unschooling – With Pam Laricchia [PODCAST #557]

I'm pleased to present one of our finest productions on the topic of unschooling. An important thread running through this conversation: the benefits of unschooling in terms of relationship with self, with family and with people in the community. Pam Laricchia is the creator of the blog livingjoyfully.ca - an amazing, well-organized resource for people exploring how to live and learn without school. She is also the author of several books on unschooling, including The Unschooling Journey: A Field Guide. Pam began unschooling with her three children back in 2002 and she has continued her enthusiastic exploration through blogging, podcasting and presenting at conferences. PAM'S UNSCHOOLING BACKGROUND * Pam's new Book What is Unschooling? The mission of her site. * ...

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[BONUS] Brett and Andrew’s Teen Saga, Parts 1-3

(AUDIO, 2 HOURS, 30 MINUTES) Brett begins Jordan Peterson's Past Authoring exercises and wants to talk about it. In this session (Parts 1-3) Brett and his dear friend Andrew discuss the exciting, regretful, awkward and erotic times of their wonder years. Many teen firsts are explored: smooches, loves, pornos, heartbreaks, "second bases," etc... This is an ongoing series. Direct link HERE. The genesis of "Brett and Andrew's Teen Saga" From Puke and Gang Episode 285 "First Dancing Boner" Recorded June 10th 2017. Direct link HERE

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[CHRISTMAS BONUS] #392: Friendship and Manliness

An Unreleased Episode of Sex, Lies and Anarchy - With Antigone Darling and Matt Leftwich. Recorded 11-18-14 Please Support School Sucks Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you... Join the A/V Club! $6.00/Month Join the A/V Club! $9.00/Month Join the A/V Club! ...

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[PODCAST] #360c: The Dawn of Freedom – Part Three – “Love Did Its Thing”

Part three of the 4.5-hour Freedom Feens aftershow from the first morning of Porcfest XII. With Brett, Derrick J. Freeman, M.K. Lords, Davi Barker and live studio audience members who are eager to participate. [Approx. 6:45am to 8:00am] - What is love? - Attraction to a person's potential - Attraction to a person's parts (in an IFS way) - Co-dependence - Non-romantic love - All our parents got divorced - Embracing your ACEs - The continuing evolution of parenting - Dénouement Davi: DaviBarker.com Derrick: TheDerrickJ.com/ M.K.: Extremely in between… Feens: FreedomFeens.com

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Full Video 185: The Red Pill Blues – Freed Minds and New Resentments

Topic: Stefan Molyneux and I discuss the anger and frustration that many people encounter after discovering the message of liberty. Context: When people become aware of the philosophy of liberty, many will feel anger, betrayal and paranoia... Is this why they often gravitate to politics first? Because it's such an appropriate outlet for those emotions? After another season of political hopefulness, reality sets in. Discussion: What to do next? -Political action vs. peaceful parenting -Acknowledging and dealing with resentments -Denormalizing parental treatment to be a better parent -Anger as an opportunity -"Real-Time" relationships This show was recorded live on 1-5-12. School Sucks is live on UStream Saturdays at 6pm EST. Look Closer: Freedomain Radio Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden The ...

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185: The Red Pill Blues – Freed Minds and New Resentments

Topic: Stefan Molyneux and I discuss the anger and frustration that many people encounter after discovering the message of liberty. Context: When people become aware of the philosophy of liberty, many will feel anger, betrayal and paranoia... Is this why they often gravitate to politics first? Because it's such an appropriate outlet for those emotions? After another season of political hopefulness, reality sets in. Discussion: What to do next? -Political action vs. peaceful parenting -Acknowledging and dealing with resentments -Denormalizing parental treatment to be a better parent -Anger as an opportunity -"Real-Time" relationships This show was recorded live on 1-5-12. School Sucks is live on UStream Saturdays at 6pm EST. Look Closer: Freedomain Radio Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden The ...

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057 Relationships: Conformity and Convenience

(Kids Are Not Defective Part 9) Topic: I meet up with Stephanie Murphy and Mike Barskey, the hosts of Porc Therapy Podcast, to discuss common types of dysfunction in adult relationships. We examine the question: Are there embedded lessons or messages from school and childhood that most people can't seem to escape in their adolescent and adult romantic relationships? The Lessons From School: 1. People can be easily changed 2. It's dangerous/abnormal/inconsiderate to express your emotions 3. Pay attention to words, ignore deeds We cover the all-too-common phenomenon of 'settling,' due to a lack of self-knowledge and low self-esteem. I also discuss my experience with the "Skinner Box" of relationships. If I do this, I will get this. Bumper Music: ...

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