Happy Tuesday! (aka The Day the Pain Stops)
This is an auspicious day to introduce Tell Me How You’re Mighty — a podcast about surviving infidelity and other hard stuff. Your hosts are me, Tracy Schorn (Chump Lady) and Sarah Gorrell, a BBC radio presenter and mighty single mother of four.
Sarah brings the dulcet tones. I bring the snark.
How can I listen?
Check out episodes wherever you find your podcasts — iTunes, Spotify, and elsewhere. An archive of episodes will also live here on the Chump Lady site at www.chumplady.com/mighty.
Oh and look! — I’ve embedded the first one below.
What’s this podcast business about?
It’s part of a larger plan of world domination to change the discourse about infidelity. And what a better way to do it than focus on the stories of mighty people who’ve overcome it and how they did it.
The first episodes outline the timeline of affairs — suspicion, D-Day, manipulation, reconciliation pressures, and leaving. In future episodes we’ll be talking with mental health professionals — and inspirational people who’ve lived this and gotten to the other side.
This introductory podcast is Sarah’s and my How We Met story. There was cream tea and Vera Lynn… I don’t want to give too much away.
How often will you podcast?
New episodes will appear twice a month, every other Tuesday. Unless you’re a Chump Nation Patreon subscriber, in which case, starting next episode you’ll get them a few days ahead of everyone else. (And you can ask us questions before anyone else too!)
How can I ask a question on your show?
Go to the Tell Me How You’re Mighty podcast page on this site (or via the home page menu) and you’ll see a widget to record your voice message to us. (Be succinct. You get 30 seconds.) Or you can email me or reach out on social media.
On each show we’ll have a segment to discuss listener questions and let our guests offer advice (and solidarity) as fellow chumps.
Do you have any ideas for future episodes, or recommendations for people you would like to see featured? Let us know in the comments — thanks!