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Terrible, Thanks For Asking
It’s a question we ask (and get asked) all the time: “How are you?” And normally we just respond with “Fine!” even if we’re totally dying inside, so everyone can go about their day. But it’s not always all that fine, is it? “Terrible, Thanks For Asking” is a show by author Nora McInerny that lets real people get real honest about how they’re really doing. It’s sometimes sad, sometimes funny, and almost always both. Produced by Nora McInerny and Feelings & Co.
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4.8 stars from 15,167 ratings
Nora is like my podcast mom ✨✨ 10/10 show with great stories about people!
idonthaveanamestopasking via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/17/23
Nora makes me feel ok when I’m not feeling ok this show fills a really important space.
Websavvywoman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/14/23
You will cry
This show feels like therapy. You can empathize with all the different stories and hearing people tell their own stories in their words is really impactful. An array of different stories.
Shorty Whit via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/09/23
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