The Opposite of Small Talk

. . . a celebration of Self

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Real conversations with real people

The Path to Authenticity starts from the assertion that we wrest our true power from our individuality.

We talk to various types of writers and artists as well as therapists, coaches, teachers, entrepreneurs, and professionals of all kinds. Our guests possess one common trait.

They’re people who know who they are.

We talk about what makes them who they are, how they became who they are, and how we might become truer expressions of who we are.

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Recent Episodes

118. Playwright & Journalist Cayla Clark

118. Playwright & Journalist Cayla Clark

Woke Up in Florida or Honest Self-Reflection - Episode 118 of The Path to Authenticity features Cayla Clark. Cayla is a playwright and a journalist living in Asheville, North Carolina. You’ll hear her story and how she stumbled upon a happier and healthier lifestyle after struggling in her relationship with...

117. Author Simone Knego

117. Author Simone Knego

The Way We See Ourselves - Episode 117 of The Path to Authenticity features a conversation with Simone Knego. Simone is the best-selling author of The Extraordinary UnOrdinary You. She is also a speaker, an entrepreneur, and a mother to six multicultural children. With her bold witticism, larger than...

116. College Professor Dr. Melissa Mireles

116. College Professor Dr. Melissa Mireles

Off Mute with Mel - Episode 116 of The Path to Authenticity features a conversation with Dr. Melissa Mireles. Melissa is a college professor and hospital administrator in Dallas, Texas. You’ll hear about her creative project, Off Mute with Mel, in which she casts light on and tells stories of people from...

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Blogs

3 Questions to Ask Addiction Treatment Providers

3 Questions to Ask Addiction Treatment Providers

Some Things You Should Know Before Choosing a Treatment Program for Someone You Love When a person finds him or herself calling an addiction treatment facility for someone in their family, they are in a fairly desperate place. The person of concern is not only...

3 Questions to Ask Addiction Treatment Providers

Some Things You Should Know Before Choosing a Treatment Program for Someone You Love When a person finds him or herself calling an addiction treatment facility for someone in their family, they are in a fairly desperate place. The person of concern is not only wreaking havoc in their own life. They are creating an atmosphere of chaos and stress all around them. So, when you make that call, you’re vulnerable. You’re...

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20 Questions for Gina Moffa

Psychotherapist Gina Moffa is passionate about the human condition. A writer and a licensed clinical social worker practicing in Manhattan, Gina specializes in working with people suffering from grief and trauma, as well as guiding people through significant life transitions. Click here to subscribe to her daily Pep Talks. Whatever way she can, she leads her clients toward a deeper sense of connection, to themselves and to others. Learn more about Gina in episode 114 of The Path to Authenticity.   If your life were a novel, what would be the title? Home is Just Beyond the Hills  ...

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20 Questions for Gina Moffa

20 Questions for Gina Moffa

Psychotherapist Gina Moffa is passionate about the human condition. A writer and a licensed clinical social worker practicing in Manhattan, Gina specializes in working with people suffering from grief and trauma, as well as guiding people through significant life...

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