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She Roads with Terri Linton

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Writer and creative Terri Linton explores and dissects the resilient journeys of women. She talks with writers, artists, entrepreneurs, business executives, educators, lawyers, activists, health and wellness experts, and more about their stories of adversity, resiliency and transformation. This podcast is for women who are determined to push through the tough times and strive to live their best lives.

Writer and creative Terri Linton explores and dissects the resilient journeys of women. She talks with writers, artists, entrepreneurs, business executives, educators, lawyers, activists, health and wellness experts, and more about their stories of adversity, resiliency and transformation. This podcast is for women who are determined to push through the tough times and strive to live their best lives.

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United States

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Writer and creative Terri Linton explores and dissects the resilient journeys of women. She talks with writers, artists, entrepreneurs, business executives, educators, lawyers, activists, health and wellness experts, and more about their stories of adversity, resiliency and transformation. This podcast is for women who are determined to push through the tough times and strive to live their best lives.

Twitter:

@SheisTerriL

Language:

English


Episodes

#14 Heidy Tejeda Talks Unleashing Yourself Through Pilates; Entrepreneurship; and Single Parenthood

4/28/2019
On this episode, I talk with Heidy Tejeda. Heidy is the owner and operator of Pilates Unleashed Studio located in Eastchester, New York. She is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor. Heidy studied at the renowned Jivamutki Yoga Center and was trained in the Stott Pilates method. Mentions From This Episode: Jospeh Pilates The 5 Love Languages Moira Merrithew You can connect with Heidy on Instagram. Forget Me Nots: Subscribe, rate, and review She Roads with Terri...

Duration:00:55:11

#13 Jennifer Bozeman Talks Growing Up in the Gowanus Houses, Leaving Rikers, and Teaching in the NYC School System

3/31/2019
On this episode, I talk with Jennifer Bozeman. Jennifer is from the Gowanus Houses in Brooklyn, New York, and is a former undergraduate student of mine. She is currently a New York City Teaching Fellow, and teaches Eighth Grade in a Brooklyn school. Jennifer holds a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice and Human Services, and is currently pursuing a second Masters Degree in Special Education. She is a former New York City Correctional Officer who worked on Rikers Island and left the job to...

Duration:00:51:27

#12 Breaking Generational Cycles of Violence: How Angela Rivera Fought for Her Daughter’s Life and Became an Unintended Advocate for Domestic Violence Survivors

3/24/2019
On this episode, I talk with Angela Rivera. Angela is a natural food chef, certified meditation coach, children’s yoga instructor, and mother of four. She is a survivor of domestic violence and in 2018, discovered that her 19 year-old daughter was in an emotionally and physically abusive relationship. After her daughter survived a life threatening attack, Angela, dissatisfied with law enforcement’s response, took her advocacy for her daughter to Albany, New York, where she urged a state...

Duration:00:58:10

#11 From Homelessness to Pageant Queen & Mompreneur: LaSonya Alexander Talks Adversity, Determination, and Empowering Single Moms

3/17/2019
On this episode, I talk with LaSonya Alexander. LaSonya is a divorced mother of 7 children she raises independently. After a period of sudden job loss and homelessness following a family crisis, LaSonya fought to return her family to a place of stability and joy. She went on to become winner of the 2017-2018 Ms. Illinois American Elegance pageant and spearheaded the resurgence of the organization she founded in 2008, Moms Can Do It 2 which provides clothing and other basic necessities to...

Duration:01:31:39

#10 When Family Trauma Leads to Healing

3/10/2019
On this Episode 10, I talk with Khadijah Washington, LCSW. Khadijah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Therapist. She is also a behavioral health consultant, and serves as a Social Work Mentor at Virginia Commonwealth University and Virginia Union University. She serves on the Executive Board and is the Mentoring Chair for the Richmond Association of Black Social Workers, and a co-facilitator for City Builders. Mentions From This Episode: Fresh Air Fund Calm App Employee...

Duration:01:15:50

#9 Hello Season Two!

3/3/2019
On this episode, I preview the upcoming Season Two of She Roads. Connect on Instagram: @sheisterril and @sheroadspodcast Connect of Facebook: sheisterrilinton Show notes available with all LINKS mentioned here: http://sheisterrilinton.com/

Duration:00:15:11

#8 I Talk Childhood Sexual Abuse, Being a 'Black Girl Lost,' Pushing Through Single-Motherhood, and Striving to Live My Best Life

6/17/2018
I wrap up the first season of She Roads discussing my childhood molestation; how living through decades of low self-esteem and emotional warfare led me to making one bad decision after the next; how being a single-mother grew me up; and how moment by moment I am intentionally working to craft my best life. Hopefully, my story will leave you feeling like it is never too late to break any negative strongholds and live the life you are meant to live. www.sheisterrilinton.com

Duration:00:52:03

#7 Standing on Unshakable Faith: Tamieka L. Jones Talks Trusting God's Plan & Crafting Perfect Weddings and Events

6/10/2018
Tamieka L. Jones epitomizes being a woman of her word and living according to God’s will. Tamieka joins me in the studio to discuss her impressive career journey from electrical engineering to working for Goldman Sachs and Alliance Bernstein, to owning and operating A Perfect Setting Weddings and Events for the past 13 years. She also shares why, at 41 years old, she is decidedly single, without children, and uncompromising in her faith. https://sheisterrilinton.com/

Duration:01:00:08

#6 When Breast Cancer Strikes: Ana Bencosme Talks Parental Drug Addiction, Family Secrets, and Kicking Breast Cancer in the Ass

6/3/2018
Ana Bencosme is a survivor in every sense of the word. She joins me in the studio to discuss the false narrative of suburban life being the perfect life, having drug addicted parents including a mentally ill mother, the secret surrounding her father's death, being raised by her grandparents, marrying her best friend and having the family of her dreams, and harnessing the will and determination to kick breast cancer in the ass. https://sheisterrilinton.com/

Duration:00:55:19

#5 Halo and Horns: Angela Rivera Talks Childhood Trauma, Sexual Abuse, Suicide, Entrepreneurship, & Pushing Through Dark Days

5/27/2018
Angela Rivera is the definition of resilience. She has lived through childhood trauma, a dangerous departure from a toxic marriage, divorce, having and losing it all, and reconstructing her life from rubble. Angela joins me in the studio to discuss all of that as well as being a life-long entrepreneur, how Buddhism changed her outlook on life and way of living, finding love after divorce, health and wellness, and her thriving catering business, Halo & Horns Catering and...

Duration:01:15:54

#4 My Best Fraaan Talks Law School Days, Life Lessons, Finding Real Love & Marriage a Second Time Around

4/30/2018
Today, one of my best friends in the whole wide world, joins me in the studio. On this episode, we reminisce on our law school days and talk about how we've sustained a nearly 20-year friendship. She talks about cultivating a successful and longstanding legal and corporate career, surviving divorce, recognizing true love when it shows up, marrying a second time, and experiencing the joys of being a ‘Bonus Mom.’ https://sheisterrilinton.com/

Duration:01:31:53

#3 Journey to Motherhood: Valerie Pinto Talks Pregnancy Losses, Having a Child Mid-Life, & the Special Bond Between Mothers and Sons

4/30/2018
Valerie Pinto talks about her journey to motherhood. She discusses suffering multiple miscarriages, having her first child in mid-life, the incredible bond between mothers and sons, and why she and her husband decided to give up the hustle and bustle of New York living for southern comfort all for the betterment of their family. https://sheisterrilinton.com/

Duration:01:35:17

#2 Veronica Guerrero Talks Law, Culture, & Family

4/30/2018
Veronica Guerrero discusses her early years of working as New York City public school teacher to becoming a solo-practitioner attorney. She is a proud Boricua, wife, and mother, who survived the untimely death of her brother, whom was her greatest inspiration. Veronica talks about her journey to becoming a lawyer, why she does it for her brother and 'the culture,' being in a loving marriage for over two decades, and raising four extraordinary children. https://sheisterrilinton.com/

Duration:00:56:20

#1 Welcome to She Roads, I Am Your Host Terri Linton

4/30/2018
Host Terri Linton introduces herself and She Roads. On this episode, she discusses how this podcast highlighting women's journeys of resiliency and transformation came to be. She talks about how she moved past being a survivor to a thriver, and encourages you to do the same. www.sheisterrilinton.com

Duration:00:07:45