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Family Secrets
Family Secrets. Every family has them. When Dani Shapiro accidentally stumbled upon a massive secret that had been kept from her all her life, she dove headlong into discovering everything she could about how that secret had shaped her reality and her destiny. Then she started talking with other people about their family secrets. Join Dani and her guests as they explore the power of family secrets and the ways in which discovering – and revealing – the truth can liberate us.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 763 ratings
So frustrated the narrator had to bring in her left wing BS to Debbie’s story! I am done listening! I actually listened to her book “inheritance” and rolled my eyes when she somehow inserted politics in her story, but thought it’s her story and if that is where she needs to focus then so be it. ...Read full review »
:. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/24/19
Could be so amazing
This podcast makes me sad because there is so much potential. The premise, the guests...but I can’t get past the fact that the host just HAS to make everything thing about her. That and you feel like you’re being slammed over the head by her repeated self promoting. Note To Dani: Not everything...Read full review »
accidentallykelly via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/24/19
The show sells Dani’s story like she had a traumatic experience, when in actuality her story takes away from the stories of the other people who have actually truly suffered from their family secrets. I like listening as long as she doesn’t talk.
laxloverxoxo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/23/19
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