DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 SITUATION, IN PERSON SESSIONS ARE CURRENTLY PAUSED. TELEPHONE AND ONLINE THERAPY SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLE.

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Due to the current covid-19 situation, in-person sessions are currently paused. Telephone and online therapy sessions now available.
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Episode 44: What Happens Behind the Scenes of Success

Guest: Asante Haughton Returning guest, Asante speaks about the providence in being vulnerable and nourishing himself with emotional and psychological tools rooted in strength, truth, and honesty. Asante explores what the last two years of his public life experience has been behind closed doors, and how he needed to take a step back to re-evaluate […]
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Episode 43: The Journey is more About my Death than it is about the Cancer

Guest: Rishma Dhalla Her cancer diagnosis necessitated her to come to terms with facing death and mortality. Rishma elaborates on how her cancer journey ran deeper than just the physical toll, preparation, or adjustment during and after treatments. She gave herself an opportunity to turn inward, connected to herself and did some soul-searching. She identifies […]
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Episode 42: Finding his inner value, now grounded for life

Guest: Peter Ratnikov Peter took the opportunity to dive deep into an area of conversation that he typically doesn’t express publicly too often. He shares his journey growing up and coming to Canada as a young immigrant, starting his own businesses from such a young age, and getting caught up in success and living the […]
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Episode 41: A Personal Struggle + A Single Decision, led her to Success in the Making

Guest: Laimina Methuselha Laimina’s story goes well beyond her journey through taking leaps of faith and entering career success, she took the time to take us down memory lane and share what it was like to find a way to support her young son’s inability to hear from a very tender developmental age. She detailed […]
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Salima and Ifeoma Dare to Share Your Untold Story
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Episode 40: The Stay-At-Home-Mom Identity Loss, Now Recovered

Guest: Ifeoma Ngwudike Ifeoma describes what it was like for her to transition from a highly successful and driven young professional and pausing her career for a decade to raise her four children. She expressed what it was like for her to watch her former classmates progress in their careers and finding herself constantly questioning […]
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Salima and Zak Dare to Share Your Untold Story
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Episode 39: A Depression + the Trenches followed by Infinite Inspiration

Guest: Zak Lioutas Zak dives right in to talk about how her life had been impacted by depression and how some of it was rooted in fear of how she would be judged or interpreted by others, which resulted in the fear of showing up authentically and being seen. She unveils that the depression brought […]
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Episode 38: Introduced to the Foster Care System + the Quest for Questions Began

Guest: Felicia Carty Felicia openly shares that her upbringing began with a mother who suffered with undiagnosed schizophrenia, and when she was the tender age of 6, one day at school, she met her two older brothers at the school office where they were then taken and placed in foster care. She remained in the […]
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Salima and Marnie on Dare to Share Your Untold Story Podcast
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Episode 37: Living in the Present in Full Vulnerability When 9/11 Turned it all Upside Down

Guest: Marnie Sigmar Marnie’s story is all about bringing her son, Joe, into the world as the dust was settling in New York from the 9/11 attacks which became a transformative experience for her. Her story circles around her experience of getting pregnant and having a scheduled delivery on that same day, while residing in […]
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Salima and Dr. Naira on Dare to Share Your Untold Story Podcast
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Episode 36: Dreams Do Come True When You Breakthrough ‘Your’ Shackles

Guest: Dr. Naira Velumyan Dr. Naira takes the time to convey what it was like to be a child of divorce from the age of three being brought up in Moscow, Russia. Expressing that her mother was busy with her personal life and her father oblivious to her needs, Dr. Naira felt alone from this […]
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Salima and Karima on Dare to Share Your Untold Story Podcast
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Episode 35: Traumatically Segregated on Multiple Levels Due to Her Divergent Personality

Guest: Karima Jaffer Karima voices what it has been like to be caught in a system she believes has failed her by giving her a false mental health diagnosis leading to a life altering narrative, combined with the difficulties that come along with her identity as an ethnically mixed Muslim woman of colour. She shares […]
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