Coping with the Confounding
A podcast with Dara and Amber
We're all struggling with the unbearable weight of issues that society just can't seem to solve--while finding missing socks, making infinity dinners, and replying to work emails. So how do we deal? With some colorful and transparent commentary from hosts Dara and Amber, and helpful insights from occasional guestsperts.
Special thanks to David Santos for editing and Amanda Zorzi for our music.
Mom, professional, frequent concert-goer. Dara's perspective has been shaped by her experiences growing up as a brown girl in a white world. This is also a woman who was told in college that she was incapable of learning Spanish--so she decided to major in it, and later teach it. Listening to music helps her deal.
Mom, self-employed writer, ADHD-er. As a neurodivergent parent of a neurodivergent child, Amber's perspective is defined by an appreciation for neurodiversity and intolerance of synthetic fabrics. She helps coach her nephew's basketball team. Baking helps her deal.