JT Eberhard interviews Tisha Unarmed

Christina here…

I recorded this video of JT and Tisha back in.. February I think?

I finally got off my lazy butt and finished editing it enough to throw it on Youtube.

They talk about some serious issues: depression, god, handling setbacks in your life – it’s totally worth watching.

Enjoy! If you skip to 17:40, you can see the FUN interview we did.

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  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/wwjtd JT Eberhard

    I…am a terrible human being.

    • christinastephens

      “What do armless tears taste like?”

  • Brad

    OMG, those last 5 minutes were awesomely hilarious.

    Great interview!!

  • http://considertheteacosy.wordpress.com Aoife

    Wooooo! Lexa-bros! *hifive*

  • http://www.cookiescholar.blogspot.com Rebecca

    Christina, I recently read this article: http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/09/not-wanting-kids-is-entirely-normal/262367/
    I’d really like to know your thoughts, especially about the statistics quoted halfway through. (15th paragraph and below). I’m not sure where they come from.
    I’ll say my opinion right out, and ask for your thoughts: I agree with the last paragraphs: need for more honest conversation about the root causes. My heart aches for the child who was driven 1500 miles to be abandoned, sitting in the car with his/her mother. What kind of lack of training of responsibility, by our own parents, lack of support systems amongst ourselves, and personal sense of will leaves we adults to put the next generation in such an emotional trauma of abandonment? It will certainly strongly affect how/IF they grow up into adults capable of healthy, supportive relationships. And so the cycle avalanches. If only getting pregnant were not viewed so commonly as “*shy grin* Something that just happens – it’s natural!” The name PLANNED PARENTHOOD means so much. As a lucky child of very loving parents, and as a teacher how regularly enters homes to interact with students and families… the consequences are immediate and obvious. But it would take a major reality check about sexuality, responsibility, health, emotional and mental well-being, recognition of traditional cultural roles, and so much more. *sad sigh of a woman who wants no biological children in part because filling necessary auxiliary roles such as friend, mentor, teacher, aunt, sister, etc. is so important, as well as being all too aware of my own selfishness, as well as other life-goals*

  • Mark

    She’s Heaven. He’s an Ass.

  • Matt

    Amazing woman with a great outlook on life.