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The Tenderness Revolution

Conversations about the pivotal moments of tenderness that help shape our lives

A series of conversations between journalist Yvonne Gavan and a range of guests about the moments of tenderness that shape our lives. Because these experiences tell us about what it means to be human and invite us into a new way of experiencing the world and each other. 

 
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ABOUT US

The Tenderness Revolution

The Tenderness Revolution is a podcast and a movement that's on a mission to change the way we think about ourselves, each other and the world around us. One conversation at a time. 

Because we all have a tender heart at our core that longs to be present in the world, yet gets covered over with the beliefs and difficult experiences that we have throughout our lives. And the three C's: compassion, curiosity and courage, help show us the way back to tenderness.

British journalist, Yvonne Gavan, is the creator and host of The Tenderness Revolution. www.yvonnegavan.com

 

American journalist, Aisha Chowdhry, is a producer on the show. www.aishachowdhry.com

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WHO WE ARE

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Yvonne Gavan

 

British writer and journalist Yvonne Gavan is the creator and host of The Tenderness Revolution. She has written for a wide range of publications including The Telegraph, Stylist and The Independent. And is the roving editor for Blood Moon Poetry Press. Since leaving the UK in 2013 with her husband and three children she has lived in three continents, experiencing life on an island in the Caribbean and the deserts of Botswana. The Tenderness Revolution is a project that grew out of her belief that when we focus on the moments of kindness and empathy in our lives - moments that have the capacity to profoundly shape who we are - we begin to witness ourselves and the world around us more fully.

www.yvonnegavan.com

Aisha Chowdhry

 

Aisha Chowdhry is a producer on The Tenderness Revolution. She is a freelance journalist currently based in Southern Africa. She previously worked as a congressional reporter covering foreign policy and technology from Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. In addition, she worked as a correspondent for Reuters based out of Pakistan, has covered stories from Afghanistan, and worked as a multi-media journalist at the CBS affiliate television station in Washington, D.C. Her work has appeared in USA Today, the New York Times, and other publications.

www.aishachowdhry.com

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