WELCOME TO THE SUPER WOMAN NEXT DOOR PODCAST
My goal with this podcast is to inspire and comfort by sharing the stories of amazing women who hold their own unique super powers without hiding the struggles of every day life.
We get real, we get emotional, and we hope you can relate to how we face our kryptonite and grow forward.
Featured: Krystal Rodriguez
EXPLORE OTHER EPISODES
Meet your hosts and listen as Melissa and I take some time to chat and about life in general and where we are in that regard.
Melissa Hill joins us to discuss her evolving spiritual journey, childhood illness and subsequent trauma, the loss of her mother, and being one of the top real estate agents in her firm.
A conversation so good, we cut it into 2. Missy talks about hard lessons her biracial daughters taught her and how that shifted her lens on past experiences.
Dr Missy Givens is an emergency room doctor, sports medicine physician, mother, and combat veteran. We continue our discussion from last week in this incredible part 2.
Michelle bravely discusses her 19 year journey of sobriety and how selfcare and spirituality keep her on track.
A Gold Star Wife ( a surviving spouse of a deceased military service member) talks about her advocacy for other Gold Star families and having an identity alongside being a widow.
Author and Podcast Host, Jennifer Anne Gordon, discusses her near death experience and using her dancing profession as therapy in this week’s episode. Enjoy.
Super Woman, Andrea Lende, took her life back from Lupus, an autoimmune disorder that threatened her life. Through her faith, she found victory and shares her experience and growth to lead others to healing.
Super Woman, Krystle Rodriguez takes a breath from caring for her sweet babies to discuss losing yourself in motherhood and care giving. Join us for a fun, lighthearted Question Game and forget the seriousness of our struggles for just a few minutes.
MEET YOUR HOSTS
Dacia M Arnold: I’m a science fiction author who specializes in dystopian worlds where a mother saves the day. Three years after publishing my Chapterbuzz Award winning sci-fi novel, I found myself against stakes similar to the fictional world I created. My fictional-self did no justice to the real-life path I have blazed.
Melissa Terry: I’m a neuro-divergent cancer widow, dog mom, grief peer support, HR Generalist, occasional songstress human dumpster fire who thrives on self-deprecating humor and finding ways to enrich the lives of others.