Still Kickin Sessions: "Scripted: Finding The Words to Say When It Feels Like There Are None"


*recording available after*


Do you know what it feels like to be frozen in frustration? To be frozen in sadness, disbelief or anger and say nothing? Feeling all the big feelings in a situation or conversation but unable to find the words... until, of course, you’re alone ,and all of the words find their way back. 

It's 2020 and an election year; it’s very possible that you've also found yourself at a loss for words or thinking, "Damn I wish I'd said that!" Same friend, same. So we asked Ms. Danielle to return for another Still Kickin session called Scripted. It's all about finding the ways to say the hard things when we don't have the words, and being prepared for discomfort so that we aren't frozen in it.

This session will give space to provide — and create — the language that often goes missing in those frustrated, outraged, sad or oppressive moments.


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With more than 15 years of experience as a national media personality, Ms. Danielle previously shared her voice under the moniker “Danni Starr."  Now, she is the host of the brand-new Still Kickin podcast, Help A Human Out.

She is an educator and communicator fueled by a passion for activism and a natural talent for developing human connections. 

Ms. Danielle has hosted a variety of radio programming, is a skilled on-camera interviewer and host, and is the author of a best-selling collection of autobiographical essays titled Empathy and Eyebrows.

Most recently, Ms. Danielle has brought her robust career experience and skills into the classroom to embark on a new vocation as an educator. She's currently in a master’s program at Johns Hopkins University. She's a voice for social justice, an active anti-racist and an advocate for children, especially those forced to view the world through the lens of childhood trauma.


Adrienne VanZomeren helps oversee our online communities and is a longtime Still Kickin volunteer and pal. By day, she's a clinical psychologist specializing in depression and anxiety, a researcher studying the impact of early life adversity, a professor teaching graduate and undergraduate students, and a yoga instructor. She completed her Ph.D. at Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital, which we think is pretty dang cool. By night, she can usually be found watching “Dateline” on the couch with her boyfriend.