This is a place where we shine light in dark places, we talk about meaningful ____ and we laugh at the horribleness of being human.


Every weekday night, after the kids are in bed, or the computer is shut off pour yourself a glass of something tasty and listen in on a deep conversation between Emelia and her special guest. As we talk about grief, dreams, passion and our deepest longings you’ll find yourself leaning forward and high fiving the air because thank goodness someone feels the same way as you and is willing to talk about it!


Every show starts with Emelia sharing a story from her own life and then inviting her special guest into an interview that is so personal to them, you’ll feel like you’re part of the conversation…and you are.


Someone thought it was a good idea to give no-filter-Fedy her own radio show. Tune in and find out how close she can get.  


Advice Columns Fridays. Email with your most pressing questions.

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Trying To Be Good with Emelia Symington Fedy -  Anita Roberts (Jan 4, 2017)              

Trying To Be Good with Emelia Symington Fedy -  Jody Kay Marklew  (Dec 15, 2016)              

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