After five long weeks, we are *finally* back!
I was so hesitant to take this break, but we’ve been recording like crazy and with the holidays, I'm surprised to admit: it flew by. BUT I am so happy to be back, truly I’m lost without you guys, so happy new year and let’s get back to business.
I turned a year older since we last spoke and I have a million other updates but I’ll save that for a solo episode when we can really get into it…
I’ve been looking forward to this episode for months. We recorded this episode on November 29th, and today is the day we get to finally release the Amanda Knox episode.
The morning of our interview Amanda woke up to her name splashed all over the headlines…again. And in this interview you’ll hear her immediate thoughts about having to relive the nightmare, yet again.
What you’ll hear in this interview is a woman who has been inarguably traumatized and is steadfastly, impressively and bravely trying to create a life for herself after spending the majority of her twenties tossed around by this nightmarish trial, or in an Italian prison. Her name and reputation were dragged through the mud, in her early 20s, before she fully knew who she was.
Whether it’s a rumor going around about you within a small friend group or a complete media attack on your character, what I want you to take away from this interview is how universal these feelings are. Pain is subjective. Your situation might not be like Amanda's, but I want you to really hear the woman behind the headlines: a mother, trying desperately to start over. And I’m certain there is a part of her story that will resonate with you.
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