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Please Don’t Kick Me Out – Episode 19 – Featuring Writer and Author of “MY GAY DIVORCE”, Karl Dunn

Jul 27, 2020 | 0 comments

This week’s episode features Karl Dunn, a writer who authored the book “My Gay Divorce”, which will be available for purchase soon. Karl has an incredible story about his career and battling imposter syndrome, as well as writing the self-help book he needed the most. When Karl was getting divorced, he realized there were no books that spoke to his situation. Imposter syndrome impacts everyone in a different way, and I am grateful to tell his story.

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About Please Don’t Kick Me Out: Please Don’t Kick Me Out is a podcast about nothing, and everything all at once. This podcast is about ‘imposter syndrome’, and exploring the idea that no one really feels like they belong. I will interview my friends and people that inspire me, to understand what success looks like to them. Does anyone really have it figured out? Let’s find out.

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