We’re gonna do minisodes more often so we can get good shit in front of you with less wait time. On this week’s minisode I unpack how I’m learning to map my survival stories using polyvagal theory, nervous system info & the enneagram as my guides. tell me about yours! After you listen let’s get into it on Twitter - follow me @hannahpaasch and holler at me there!
Too long we’ve let the frontal lobe have all the fun.
I’ve been nerding out lately about the millenneagram implications of *polyvagal theory* thanks to today’s guest Justin Sunseri, licensed marriage and family therapist and host of the Polyvagal Podcast. I’m hyped about what this particular understanding of the brain can add to our experience of our own personality and one another’s. Let’s get into it!
"Who do you think you’re talking to? I invented that trick,” is just one of the many lines Lauren Hasha (@laurenhasha) uses as a queer millennial therapist who has been there & *done that*. Reset your year the right way with your new fave Seven therapist. Let’s get into it.
Mara Wilson is a former child star from such indie flicks as Matilda & Mrs. Doubtfire, patron saint of bisexual librarians everywhere, and dubbed “big sister to the world” by her own little sister. Join us as we talk that good Six shit together.
This is one for the books y’all. I met Dr. Jerome at the annual enneagram conference last year and immediately felt like I had found a kindred spirit in the work. With his expertise in neuroscience, Jerome has written Whole-Identity, a long-needed book connecting the wisdom of the enneagram with the science of the mind. My own #millenneagram work will not be the same after this conversation, so get ready for this much-needed mindfuck.
This week on Millenneagram we get balls-deep into parenting & reparenting with Anna Skates, children & family advocate and our resident Mr. Rogers replacement. Follow Anna on Twitter & IG @anna_skates and look up Miss Anna on YouTube to see her good shit!
At long last... your bitch is back. Bringing you the final episode in our sex & relationship trilogy after getting FULLY FUNDED on Twitter last week. Hear sex educator Hannah Boning discuss why friends make good sexual partners & navigating non-monogamy and hear Rebecca Lujan Loveless talk triad troubles & triumphs.
Which number makes you thirsty & why? Join the conversation on Twitter by following @hannahpaasch & the #millenneagram hashtag!
Millenneagram is available everywhere! On this episode, Hannah, Rebecca and Corey talk about the release of the book and getting to know Hannah and how all of this came into being. What are you doing still reading this? Go grab the book!!
We’re really getting into it this time. In Part 2 of our Sex & Embodiment mini-series, follow along with these queer voices about how they navigate sexual communication, partnership, & romance.
PRE-ORDER HANNAH'S BOOK, Millenneagram! It's out everywhere May 7th.