I Feel Ya

with Katie Hilliard and Elaine Carroll

"I Feel Ya with Katie & Elaine" is a podcast hosted by Katie Hilliard and Elaine Carroll. If our podcast had a thesis statement, it would be this: "The more we share of ourselves, the more others see themselves in us." It's about cultivating empathy...

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    K&E sit down with actress, author, and motivational speaker Amanda McDonough about how we hear...it's not only with our ears. Amanda is deaf and she tells us her story. It's fascinating and incredibly inspirational. You'll feel like you can do anything after this episode!

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    On the first episode of season 2, Katie & Elaine talk to Psychotherapist Ron Gad about rebirth and reinvention, creating the space for empathy, and examining fear and its purpose.

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    Director Mobolaji Olambiwannu and actor/producer Tanayi Seabrook talk to Katie and Elaine about their upcoming feature length documentary "Ferguson Rises" in this special extra long episode. It is the first film of the Hope, Love, and Beauty Project. Learn how the situation in Ferguson is actually a microcosm of what is going on in America today, how we can find hope out of tragedy, and how we all fundamentally want the same things: hope, love, and beauty.

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    Katie and Elaine are alone again talking about how their lives have changed since starting this podcast, the tools that they use to turn their days around, and Katie shares words from the article "The Untraceable Emotions You Never Knew You Had".

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    In this episode, Katie and Elaine talk to Claire O'Connor, an associate clinical social worker who works with children in Los Angeles. Claire discusses how to spot signs of depression in kids, how she cultivates connections with her clients, and shares many helpful tips, including texting the word "HELP" to 741741 if you're ever in a crisis.

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    Katie and Elaine talk with actress, comedian, and activist Milana Vayntrub about the origins of her organization Can't Do Nothing, how we're all so much more than our bodies, and how death is a part of life. As a special treat Milana guides us through a mediation where we talk to our past and future selves!

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    Katie and Elaine talk to Ryan Weiss. Ryan is a writer, life coach, friend and mentor. He believes that how you spend the first five minutes of your morning determine the rest of your day. They discuss how Ryan learned the definition of empathy, how to break out of your own smallness, and what it's like having Marianne Williamson on speed dial. Sign up for his daily emails. More info at wakingupwithryan.com

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    Actor and incredible human being, Ross Marquand (Aaron on AMC's The Walking Dead), talks about how he needed to truly give up before he could succeed, how important it is to find joy in every moment, his tools for staying grounded, and how going inward is essential for growth.

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    Actress and all around great human, Lauren Adams (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), talks about her journey to loving and accepting all the parts of herself and how good it feels to let your freak flag fly.

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    Artist and children's book author Dallas Clayton shares what brings him joy and talks about how we can proactively choose the lens with which we view the world.

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    Katie & Elaine talk with spoken word artist/actor/singer/dancer/human Daniel J. Watts about teaching, learning, discovering what makes you YOU, and sharing it with the world.

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    Milana Vayntrub talks about her love (and need) for coffee, tells the story of how she met us, and shared what she's working on in herself.

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    The last episode with just Katie & Elaine before guests! They talk about busting through your fears and just diving in!

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    Get to know Katie and Elaine, part 2

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    Get to know Katie and Elaine, how they met, and why they have this podcast!