FCPGM [Fight Coach, Psychotherapist, Gym Momma]

FCPGM 017: Homelessness and poverty

September 05, 2020 Liam-Og Griffin, James White, Marlene Griffin Season 1 Episode 17
FCPGM [Fight Coach, Psychotherapist, Gym Momma]
FCPGM 017: Homelessness and poverty
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FCPGM [Fight Coach, Psychotherapist, Gym Momma]
FCPGM 017: Homelessness and poverty
Sep 05, 2020 Season 1 Episode 17
Liam-Og Griffin, James White, Marlene Griffin

A roof over your head and warm place to sleep doesn’t seem like much to ask for does it? In a modern society where everyone has a smartphone and access to high speed internet, you’d imagine homelessness should be something we read about in history books. If our news coverage and social media feeds are anything to go by, this is not the case. On this episode, we'll be looking at homelessness, it’s causes, why it’s still a thing in the 21st century and ideas that might help those who are concerned about becoming homeless in the future.

Recommended Book:
The Girl In Between, by Sarah Carroll https://amzn.to/2ZdAM6S

Gym Mommas Quote of the Week:
"When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door we do not see the one that has been opened for us" - Helen Adams Kelleher

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FCPGM on twitter (@fcpgmpodcast)
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Show Notes

A roof over your head and warm place to sleep doesn’t seem like much to ask for does it? In a modern society where everyone has a smartphone and access to high speed internet, you’d imagine homelessness should be something we read about in history books. If our news coverage and social media feeds are anything to go by, this is not the case. On this episode, we'll be looking at homelessness, it’s causes, why it’s still a thing in the 21st century and ideas that might help those who are concerned about becoming homeless in the future.

Recommended Book:
The Girl In Between, by Sarah Carroll https://amzn.to/2ZdAM6S

Gym Mommas Quote of the Week:
"When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door we do not see the one that has been opened for us" - Helen Adams Kelleher

Connect with us:
Facebook Community Group
FCPGM on twitter (@fcpgmpodcast)
Discord Server


Recommended Links: