• "You Should Be Carrying This. Not Me."

    Sep 22, 2021
    Last year, a listener named Chloe had an unusual opportunity: to get on a Zoom call with the man who she says sexually assaulted her 10 years ago. 
  • When A Banker Became A Nun

    Sep 8, 2021
    Sister Josephine Garrett grew up Baptist and worked her way up the corporate ladder—only to realize in her late 20s that she wanted to convert to Catholicism and become a nun. 
  • Decision Fatigue Is Real. We Called For Backup.

    Sep 1, 2021
    Panelists Tayari Jones, John Paul Brammer, and Tara Ilsley share advice for listeners struggling with decision fatigue and weighing big moves, going back to school, caretaking, and more.
  • Financial Therapy: A Baby, And A Plan

    Aug 18, 2021
    In Cora and Garrett's final financial therapy session with Amanda Clayman, they talk about seeing a financial advisor, and what they want to model for their child when it comes to money.
  • Financial Therapy: Struggling To Trust Again

    Aug 11, 2021
    In their second session with financial therapist Amanda Clayman, a couple we're calling Cora and Garrett talk about their financial strengths and weaknesses, and the wall between them. 
  • Financial Therapy: A Secret Gambling Addiction

    Aug 4, 2021
    In the first of three sessions, a couple we're calling Cora and Garrett talk with therapist Amanda Clayman about the events that led to a breakdown of financial trust between them.
  • When Grief Doesn't Move In Stages

    Jul 23, 2021
    Radiolab producer Rachael Cusick talks together with her grandmother about their shared loss, and about their experiences with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's five stages of grief. 
  • Doree Shafrir On The Out Of Control IVF Train

    Jul 14, 2021
    I talk with the writer about going through fertility treatments in her late 30s, and why being "on the IVF train" made her get more comfortable with situations out of her control. 
  • When Indie Rockers Become Full-Time Caregivers

    Jul 7, 2021
    When musician Johnny Solomon hit rock bottom, he turned to his mom for help. As his mom's health declines, he and his wife—and bandmate—move in with her to reciprocate.