It's Relatable

Join Kari and her guests to explore all the ways we exist in relationship. Whether they’re talking about how we relate to our bodies and food, music and art, family, our stuff, our thoughts, and more, you’ll be sure to find something relatable in these dynamic conversations. Kari draws on her expertise as a published author, parenting coach, and grief and rage educator to investigate how these connections influence us as we move through the world every day.

Relationships
Self-Improvement
1
Grounding our Activism in Love
Dr. Paul Zeitz, a physician, activist, and author, joins Kari to talk about his new book, Revolutionary Optimism.
46 min
2
Kari Talks with Abolitionist Jason Sole about ...
Join Kari and Jason Sole to talk about what it means to be in community with each other in ways that heal and repair rifts
63 min
3
Judy Hall talks with Kari About Relationship t...
Kari talks with Judy Ryan Hall about how her tongue cancer and the subsequent treatment radically changed her relationship to her body and to food
65 min
4
Relationship to Parenting with Rachael Steidl
Kari and Rachael talk about how they came to their parenting philosophies
70 min
5
Examining Our Relationship to Violence with Jo...
Kari talks with Joe Loya, a man who was convicted of robbing 30 banks and wrote about his time in prison and his life in the memoir, The Man Who Outgrew His Prison Cell.
69 min
6
Kari and Kute Blackson Talk About Surrender
Kari and Kute Blackson talk about what it means to surrender
57 min
7
Exploring Our Relationship to the Idea of Work...
Kari talks to Kathy O'Driscoll, a human-resources professional who has worked in corporate and non-profit organizations
93 min
8
Andrea Carlisle on Our Relationship to Aging
Kari talks with Andrea Carlisle about her new book, There Was an Old Woman, and her thoughts about aging.
55 min
9
What's Your Relationship to Grief?
Kari examines her own relationship to grief and invites you to think about what you have been taught about grieving.
24 min
10
Tanya Ward Goodman on Our Relationship to Our ...
Tanya Ward Goodman is the author of Leaving Tinkertown, a memoir about her father's early onset Alzheimer's.
64 min
11
Relationship to Poetry: A Conversation with Dim...
Kari and poet Dimitri Reyes talk about playing with language, the difference between spoken word and writing, and a lot more!
58 min
12
Am I Too Much to be in Relationship With?
This short episode explores what happens when we think we are "too much" to handle in relationship.
18 min
13
What is Your Relationship to Gratitude? With T...
Kari talks to her friend Thereza - a reiki master, yoga instructor, and mindfulness educator - about gratitude practices
61 min
14
Kari and Emily Barany Talk About What Success ...
Join Kari and Emily as they explore ideas of success, what it means to each of them.
58 min
15
What's Your Relationship to Change? A Conversa...
Kari talks to two amazing human beings about their relationship to change.
92 min
16
Susan Liverpool Talks About Her Relationship t...
Susan's book "The Little Liverpool Diaries" is a glimpse in to what it was like to grow up in a multi-generational household in Chicago in the 1950s.
48 min
17
Relationship to Mortality with Julia-Lee Barcl...
Join Kari and Julia as they explore our relationship to mortality - our own and others.
53 min
18
Julie Pham and Kari Talk about Respect: Why it...
Guest Julie Pham is the founder of CuriosityBased and the author of the book, The Seven Forms of Respect
62 min
19
Hyacinth Myers Talks About Fear
Have a listen as Kari and Hyacinth talk about how fear lets us live with limiting stories in our heads
53 min
20
Happy New Year: How Do You Feel About Possibil...
In this short episode, Kari talks about her relationship to possibility.
27 min
21
What's Your Relationship to Spirituality with ...
Kari and Krystene talk about what it means to be spiritual, and how their idea of what it means has changed over their lifetimes.
65 min
22
Dexter Nunnery and Kari on Relationship to Com...
Kari interviews Dexter Nunnery about his work in his community and the way it is impacting the lives of so many people in Ventura County, California.
72 min
23
Talking with Debra Baida About Stuff (why we l...
Debra Baida, the owner of Liberated Spaces, talks to Kari about what it's like to help folks organize their clutter
64 min
24
Talking With Barbara Becker About Grief and Dy...
Kari and Barbara talk about Barbara's book Heartwood and explore what it means to live with intention
56 min
25
Exploring Our Relationship to Food with Shauna...
Kari talks to author and instructor Shauna Ahern (formerly known as Gluten Free Girl) about food allergies, curiosity, how her relationship to food has changed over time, and more.
61 min