Humanize Me Podcast 2019-06-14T00:37:57+00:00

Humanize Me

with Bart Campolo

A weekly podcast about building great relationships, cultivating wonder, and making things better for other people. Hosted by veteran community-builder Bart Campolo, Humanize Me features friendly, thoughtful conversations with a wide array of scientists, activists, artists and oddballs.

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Humanize Me is a production of Jux Media.

512, 2017

How do men take the natural thoughts and urges they have and channel them appropriately? How do men grapple with their nature, while remaining safe and steadfast for the women in their lives?

Bart takes a look at the issue in this episode, including:

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1311, 2017

Bart tells a story from his days as a Christian evangelist after having been to a storytelling workshop. In this episode he talks about storytelling as one of the most powerful tools that we have, and which binds us together as a tribe.


1610, 2017

Bart checks in from Cincinnati, his old neighborhood made new again. Catch up on current happenings, future plans and more.

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510, 2017

Jennifer Howd is an author, a developmental editor, and a UCLA-certified mindfulness facilitator. In this episode, Bart and Jennifer talk about her book, her work and how the principles she’s developed can help people live a better and more fulfilling life.

Jennifer’s website is Her book can be found HERE.

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1109, 2017

Megan begins by telling Bart about Death Salon, a knowledge and art project she directs and curates in an attempt to open up conversations and engagement with the subject of death. What is death denial? How has death been sanitized and hidden in popular culture? What do Megan and Bart both see as a good secular response to death?

Also in this conversation:

  • The ‘professionalization’ of death, and how the culture has changed the way we see the process that happens after we die
  • The typical ‘look’ and style of people in the ‘death positivity’ movement
  • How this shared interest is not only about death but about life, and how Death Salon has become a life-affirming community
  • Why men and women may think differently about death and how body image may affect it
  • Making the most out of life

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3008, 2017

Kester Brewin is no longer a believer in a God, but holds some “theology” and “Christianity” even so. Bart and Kester have a transatlantic chat about life after belief and how they’ve both ended up in different places.


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