Why would a stranger listening to this story find it significant, affecting and worth remembering as they go about their lives? A time you felt like you were terrified or thrilled by a shifting power dynamic. If you downloaded the child themes, select the template ‘page-rencontre’. Secundo (not required) For visitors not connected, you can view thumbnails and small profile of the last registered members : Add the shortcode Quinto Register as a member (Admin is not a Rencontre member) : Click Register, add login and email. To facilitate the settings after installing, you can download and install via CSV (Rencontre/General) 20 test profiles with photo. Rencontre Word Press Support All Word Press roles for the new Rencontre members are removed by this plugin to improve security and speed. The members without Rencontre account are automaticaly removed after two days if they can’t “edit_posts”.
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, we look for stories that meet one or more of these criteria: A) The stakes are high. SHOW THEMES THAT APPLY Episode themes are always subject to change, but here are some themes we’re always looking for stories on. A time you thought, “I really don’t know if I can handle this.” Turning the Corner. We’re also always looking for more stories from marginalized populations, people of color, groups that are underrepresented in the media, etc.
You felt there was a lot to be lost and/or gained in the circumstances. You really cared about or were fascinated by the situation and ended up thrilled or crushed or frightened, etc. Your story features subject matter we’re not likely to have covered on the podcast so far. Normally you’d only share this with a close friend. HOW YOU TURNED THE CORNER What finally changed this situation, for better or worse? A time you broke through something or took a huge leap of faith. In addition to our ongoing monthly New York and LA live RISK!
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