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Justin Davis
Who Can Relate?
This show is about discovering your higher-self through Adversity, Vulnerability and Self Love. Everyone is going through difficulties in their life, but nobody wants to talk about it, until they hear someone else talk about it first. Who can relate? This show peels back the curtain on real life challenges and situations. You'll hear true, intimate stories that will help guide you in challenging times. The beauty in life is in the process and the journey. I promise you, you are not alone!
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 203 ratings
Amazing
Justin is amazing. The information, the vulnerability, the laughs and the growth is nice to see. I’ve commented this on his page already and him and his wife have replied- as a single person I’ve used this podcast as a reflective piece for myself. Restore and repair family bonds that need and...Read full review »
aliiiii2425nos via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/29/21
YES
The content that JD creates, along with his insightful guests, is truly amazing. Their vulnerability and transparency is apparent. With the consistent uploads, there is always something new to hear about and most importantly learn from.
dana jp via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/21
Great content
This episode with your mom is so beautiful. I enjoyed every second and I love her voice lol.
Sierra Tamirin via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/21
Recent Episodes
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Published 06/15/21
Your girl is back! Shay & I discuss a topic that has been heavily requested in, long distance relationships. We also go over growing pains when we moved in together. Plus, we answer some questions asked by you, the audience! This was a lot of fun and I know you will like it! If you're...
Published 06/08/21
If you haven’t listen to Pt. 1 of this, I highly suggest you do that first before listening to this episode haha. A lot of things won’t make sense without the original context. Continued from Pt. 1, How many of us have childhood trauma that still needs healing with & from our parents? Well...
Published 06/01/21
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