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With Curious Intent

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Each week, we explore perspectives through conversations with Yvette Hughes, psychotherapist and coach, and Jessica Leigh, yoga teacher and writer. A safe platform to assess your values, beliefs, and possibilities with curiosity!Facebook/Insta: @withcuriousintentTwitter: @wcuriousintent

Latest Episodes

40 - {Best of} Sister Wounds

ERevisit the powerful episode whereYvette and Jess talk about not just the power of the ‘sisterhood’ but how sister wounds (whether at a young, old or in-between age) can impact women’s abilities to find a safe space to share, feel heard and supported. Each share an example of their own personal sister wounds and then discuss finding the women’s circles and groups that fit for you. There’s also a special mention of a brand new character – Mr. Goodfit! And why “right” isn’t a great ideal to seek. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

47 MIN2018 AUG 7
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40 - {Best of} Sister Wounds

39 - Past lives and soul contracts

EOn this week's episode, Yvette and Jess get curious about the idea of soul contracts and past lives and question what does it mean when we believe either way? Get playful with us and let yourself play with the theory either way, but stay grounded in your human self. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

34 MIN2018 JUL 24
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39 - Past lives and soul contracts

38 - Volunteering and being of service

EYvette and Jess talk this week about how do we give back to the community in volunteering and service roles, and the challenges of having limited information about the realities of other people's lives who are experiencing affecting conditions. They chat about what gets in our way of volunteering and how to talking about it might open up the possibilities of how we engage with others to provide or receive support. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

30 MIN2018 JUL 17
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38 - Volunteering and being of service

37 - Social media and social woes

EThis week Yvette and Jess talk about the benefits and dangers of social media when it comes to how we connect with each other and, more so, connect with ourselves. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

46 MIN2018 JUL 10
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37 - Social media and social woes

36 - Labels

EThis week Jess and Yvette talk about whether labels and labelling each other (or ourselves) is harmful or helpful. Labels such as 'vegan', 'feminist', 'homo', and more are all discussed, with one ultimate conclusion. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

42 MIN2018 JUL 3
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36 - Labels

35 - {Best of} Shame, Part 2

ERevisiting some of our favourite episodes again this week, with Part 2 of Shame! The impact of shame is increasing, as indicated in the drastic increase in suicide rates alone (please contact Lifeline or your preferred support if you're needing someone to talk to). Yvette and Jess discuss the shame that makes us believe we're unlikeable or unloveable, the shame in double standards of "acceptable" behaviour for men versus women, and body shame in the injuries or things that limit us physically. Where is it we can feel shame around *what*, to help us realise where our recovery is? Our presenters share through more personal anecdotes (and realisations) that we can never know what's really going on for anyone else in their shame stories, so want to start Unshaming Parties! Where we get t share personal shame stories without needing validation from the listeners, just the opportunity to acknowledge, share and release (who's in?) Then they dive in to the deeper world of generational shame...

51 MIN2018 JUN 26
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35 - {Best of} Shame, Part 2

34 - {Best of} Shame, Part 1

EThis week we re-visit one of our favourite episodes! In Part 1 on Shame, they each share personal experiences of shame and how acknowledging it lessens its power over us. Then it's all about how we hold shame in the body, keeping ourselves small, how it feels to be a "problem", harassment and victimisation (a la the #metoo movement), and the culture of shame that can exist prevalently in workplaces. Then the bigger questions start getting asked: How can we be with the shame held by others - is it theirs or our own projections? And how do we make it safe for people to share their shame and release it? Tune in next week for the part 2 recap! And join in on the conversation on social media - share with us how shame has impacted you, what you do when you realise you're feeling shame (do you ignore it? Do you celebrate it?) FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

49 MIN2018 JUN 19
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34 - {Best of} Shame, Part 1

33 - 13 Reasons Why this is an important conversation, Part 2

ETrigger warning: This episode talks directly about elements surrounding sexual assault, rape and suicide. Be gentle with yourself. If you’re not feeling in a whole-self place, this episode (Part 2) or last week's Part 1 might not be for you right now. If any of this is triggering for you, please reach out for support and resources to help you work through this. This episode also contains mild spoilers for the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why. Part 2 follows on the conversation surrounding the themes and issues brought up in the Netflix television show 13 Reasons Why, as well as the real-life issues and responses brought about by it. In this episode, Yvette and Jess share THEIR 13 Reasons Why they decided they were going to talk about these topics, the adult involvement within the show that's presented as relational intimidation (and why that's an issue), suicide and having the conversations, and ultimately ask the question.. Do we need to talk more openly about suicide? FB / Insta: @wit...

35 MIN2018 JUN 5
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33 - 13 Reasons Why this is an important conversation, Part 2

32 - 13 Reasons Why this is an important conversation, Part 1

ETrigger warning: This episode talks directly about elements surrounding sexual assault, rape and suicide. Be gentle with yourself. If you're not feeling in a whole-self place, this episode (Part 1) or next week's Part 2 might not be for you right now. If any of this is triggering for you, please reach out for support and resources to help you work through this. This episode also contains mild spoilers for the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why. In this week's episode (Part 1), Yvette and Jess talk about the themes and issues brought up in the Netflix television show 13 Reasons Why. This includes the conversations worth having that show the realities that can exist around the topics of rape, bullying and suicide. 13 Reasons Why is making people uncomfortable for a reason - why? The two talk about the theme of self-preservation in dealing with rape and suicide, how we expect the response of those involved to be based on howwethink we would respond if we were in that situation, victim blaming...

42 MIN2018 MAY 29
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32 - 13 Reasons Why this is an important conversation, Part 1

31 - That sole trader life

EThis week on With Curious Intent, Yvette and Jess share their own experiences of going into work for themselves, and the enjoyment or disdain of creative freedom, collaborations, and any subsequent loneliness in the adjustment period. They cover realistic expectations on a business succeeding, making it work for you so you feel supported as you grow and thrive. *Mentioned in this episode: Deep Networking with Yvette - info coming soon Fingerprint for Success - www.f4s.com.au(With Curious Intent do not have any stake in Fingerprint for Success, this was a personal recommendation only). FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

40 MIN2018 MAY 22
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31 - That sole trader life

Latest Episodes

40 - {Best of} Sister Wounds

ERevisit the powerful episode whereYvette and Jess talk about not just the power of the ‘sisterhood’ but how sister wounds (whether at a young, old or in-between age) can impact women’s abilities to find a safe space to share, feel heard and supported. Each share an example of their own personal sister wounds and then discuss finding the women’s circles and groups that fit for you. There’s also a special mention of a brand new character – Mr. Goodfit! And why “right” isn’t a great ideal to seek. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

47 MIN2018 AUG 7
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40 - {Best of} Sister Wounds

39 - Past lives and soul contracts

EOn this week's episode, Yvette and Jess get curious about the idea of soul contracts and past lives and question what does it mean when we believe either way? Get playful with us and let yourself play with the theory either way, but stay grounded in your human self. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

34 MIN2018 JUL 24
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39 - Past lives and soul contracts

38 - Volunteering and being of service

EYvette and Jess talk this week about how do we give back to the community in volunteering and service roles, and the challenges of having limited information about the realities of other people's lives who are experiencing affecting conditions. They chat about what gets in our way of volunteering and how to talking about it might open up the possibilities of how we engage with others to provide or receive support. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

30 MIN2018 JUL 17
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38 - Volunteering and being of service

37 - Social media and social woes

EThis week Yvette and Jess talk about the benefits and dangers of social media when it comes to how we connect with each other and, more so, connect with ourselves. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

46 MIN2018 JUL 10
Comments
37 - Social media and social woes

36 - Labels

EThis week Jess and Yvette talk about whether labels and labelling each other (or ourselves) is harmful or helpful. Labels such as 'vegan', 'feminist', 'homo', and more are all discussed, with one ultimate conclusion. FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

42 MIN2018 JUL 3
Comments
36 - Labels

35 - {Best of} Shame, Part 2

ERevisiting some of our favourite episodes again this week, with Part 2 of Shame! The impact of shame is increasing, as indicated in the drastic increase in suicide rates alone (please contact Lifeline or your preferred support if you're needing someone to talk to). Yvette and Jess discuss the shame that makes us believe we're unlikeable or unloveable, the shame in double standards of "acceptable" behaviour for men versus women, and body shame in the injuries or things that limit us physically. Where is it we can feel shame around *what*, to help us realise where our recovery is? Our presenters share through more personal anecdotes (and realisations) that we can never know what's really going on for anyone else in their shame stories, so want to start Unshaming Parties! Where we get t share personal shame stories without needing validation from the listeners, just the opportunity to acknowledge, share and release (who's in?) Then they dive in to the deeper world of generational shame...

51 MIN2018 JUN 26
Comments
35 - {Best of} Shame, Part 2

34 - {Best of} Shame, Part 1

EThis week we re-visit one of our favourite episodes! In Part 1 on Shame, they each share personal experiences of shame and how acknowledging it lessens its power over us. Then it's all about how we hold shame in the body, keeping ourselves small, how it feels to be a "problem", harassment and victimisation (a la the #metoo movement), and the culture of shame that can exist prevalently in workplaces. Then the bigger questions start getting asked: How can we be with the shame held by others - is it theirs or our own projections? And how do we make it safe for people to share their shame and release it? Tune in next week for the part 2 recap! And join in on the conversation on social media - share with us how shame has impacted you, what you do when you realise you're feeling shame (do you ignore it? Do you celebrate it?) FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

49 MIN2018 JUN 19
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34 - {Best of} Shame, Part 1

33 - 13 Reasons Why this is an important conversation, Part 2

ETrigger warning: This episode talks directly about elements surrounding sexual assault, rape and suicide. Be gentle with yourself. If you’re not feeling in a whole-self place, this episode (Part 2) or last week's Part 1 might not be for you right now. If any of this is triggering for you, please reach out for support and resources to help you work through this. This episode also contains mild spoilers for the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why. Part 2 follows on the conversation surrounding the themes and issues brought up in the Netflix television show 13 Reasons Why, as well as the real-life issues and responses brought about by it. In this episode, Yvette and Jess share THEIR 13 Reasons Why they decided they were going to talk about these topics, the adult involvement within the show that's presented as relational intimidation (and why that's an issue), suicide and having the conversations, and ultimately ask the question.. Do we need to talk more openly about suicide? FB / Insta: @wit...

35 MIN2018 JUN 5
Comments
33 - 13 Reasons Why this is an important conversation, Part 2

32 - 13 Reasons Why this is an important conversation, Part 1

ETrigger warning: This episode talks directly about elements surrounding sexual assault, rape and suicide. Be gentle with yourself. If you're not feeling in a whole-self place, this episode (Part 1) or next week's Part 2 might not be for you right now. If any of this is triggering for you, please reach out for support and resources to help you work through this. This episode also contains mild spoilers for the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why. In this week's episode (Part 1), Yvette and Jess talk about the themes and issues brought up in the Netflix television show 13 Reasons Why. This includes the conversations worth having that show the realities that can exist around the topics of rape, bullying and suicide. 13 Reasons Why is making people uncomfortable for a reason - why? The two talk about the theme of self-preservation in dealing with rape and suicide, how we expect the response of those involved to be based on howwethink we would respond if we were in that situation, victim blaming...

42 MIN2018 MAY 29
Comments
32 - 13 Reasons Why this is an important conversation, Part 1

31 - That sole trader life

EThis week on With Curious Intent, Yvette and Jess share their own experiences of going into work for themselves, and the enjoyment or disdain of creative freedom, collaborations, and any subsequent loneliness in the adjustment period. They cover realistic expectations on a business succeeding, making it work for you so you feel supported as you grow and thrive. *Mentioned in this episode: Deep Networking with Yvette - info coming soon Fingerprint for Success - www.f4s.com.au(With Curious Intent do not have any stake in Fingerprint for Success, this was a personal recommendation only). FB / Insta: @withcuriousintent Twitter: @wcuriousintent Yvette: @yvettehughesy (Insta) Jess: @jessicaleighyoga (FB / Insta)

40 MIN2018 MAY 22
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31 - That sole trader life
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