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Dear Family,


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Dear Family,

A health & fitness and society & culture podcast from Rachel Steinman
Website: http://writenowrachel.com

Dear Family, is a love letter to our complicated families and achieving mental wellness meant to stop us from writing ourselves and our loved ones off.

Join Rachel Steinman- a writer, educator, and mental health advocate, along with her inspirational guests to find community, healing, understanding, and compassion. Feel like you’re eavesdropping on an intimate and raw conversation between close family members or best friends, who we all know are your chosen family anyway. Besides practical advice, plan on being entertained, moved, and feeling uplifted. Maybe you’ll even look forward to your next family gathering.

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