Welcome to Mind Your Own Karma - The Adoption Chronicles Podcast. This season, we are tackling the subject of adoption. Yes, adoption most of the time is a wonderful experience. You have the generous birth parents, the excited adoptive parents, and this lucky little baby. Everyone lives happily ever after, right? But what I want you to know, is there's so much more to these stories. I'm an adoptee myself and I want to bring all sides of the adoption journey to you in hopes to educate you and to bring understanding to this subject. We're about to get real and raw here. Let’s dive in! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/melissa-ann-brunetti/support
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***This podcast may contain triggering content about adoption. Please seek professional help if you find yourself struggling with some of the realizations that you may experience during this episode.*** Dana was born at St. John’s Hospital in Clevela... more
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***This podcast may contain triggering content about adoption. Please seek professional help if you find yourself struggling with some of the realizations that you may experience during this episode.*** more
I’ve just found “Mind Your Own Karma” with Host, and fellow adoptee, Melissa Brunetti. When you find people who really “get it” and are actively reaching out to help others — grab hold! I’ve only just begun to dig into the episodes, but so far, Melissa speaks hope, transformation, and loving self and others.
Melissa is a great interviewer. I love her sincere desire to support adoptees, to explore the deeper side of the journey, and to focus in the direction of healing.
I have such an appreciation for the work you are doing outside of your day job with MYOK. more
I have really enjoyed listening along to Melissa's story and her personal reflections about her past and how it's affected her life. As someone who went to high school with Melissa, I had no idea she was adopted. Listening to her reflections and internal conflicts made me realize we truly have no idea what other people are going through, and how they're processing their world. It really has helped me to remember how unique we all are and that we never do fully know everything about another perso... more
Excellent content, if you are on a quest to heal and understand why you feel the way you do, why you have done things in the past that just didn’t make sense or if you are struggling with search and reunion this is a must for you. Melissa bravely approaches these very emotional topics with clarity and honesty and brings others of our tribe into the conversation. You will discover that even though you may feel alone against the world, you aren’t. Discussions here will help you progress and pro... more
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