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Apr
13

Real Talk S02 E06: Agree to Disagree

Is it possible to "agree to disagree?" Ansen, Kara, and Isaac discuss balancing the importance of truth with the reality of varying perspectives.

Mar
30

Real Talk S02 E05: Self-Care

What is self-care? Is it selfish or selfless? Is there a difference between true self-care and escapism? And perhaps most importantly... are jelly beans the best Easter candy?

Mar
9

Real Talk S02 E04: The Potter Pod

Isaac has finally finished Harry Potter... so of course we have to talk about it. Also, we address the never-ending debate between books versus movies.

Feb
23

Real Talk S02 E03: Fears & Phobias

We all deal with fear, so what do we do with the Biblical command to not fear? And is there really a scenario where Ansen and Isaac would voluntarily choose to hug a porcupine?

Feb
9

Real Talk S02 E02: Money Problems

Money is the #1 cause of stress for Americans, and yet we never seem talk about it. Ansen, Kara, and Isaac discuss that, and also how to survive being attacked by a horde of angry cats.

Jan
26

Real Talk S02 E01: New Year’s Resolutions

Why do we always seem to fail at New Year's Resolutions? Ansen, Kara, and Isaac discuss the keys to setting healthy goals that will actually help us develop long-term.

Dec
8

Real Talk S01 E12: The Struggle (Winter Edition)

Ansen, Kara, and Isaac discuss what causes the "winter blues" and how to work through it.

Dec
1

Real Talk S01 E11: Christmas Family Gatherings

Ansen, Kara, and Isaac are back with a special Christmas episode, discussing how to navigate through family get-togethers during the holidays.

Nov
10

Real Talk S01 E10: Would You Rather

Ansen, Kara, and Isaac discuss a fun and unique "Would You Rather" scenario, and end up getting a bit deep in the course of their evaluation.

Nov
3

Real Talk S01 E09: Slippery Slopes

Ansen, Kara, and Isaac discuss the idea of "slippery slopes." Do Christians over-use this argument, or is it valid in some instances? Also discussed: Isaac's "Swagger Scale."