Throw Time with Tye
  • Tye
11 episodes
Being vulnerable can be scary, but practicing vulnerability enhances our sense of self and relationships. Join Tye each Thursday as she shares her life experiences and provide practical tips to apply to your own life. If you struggle with having difficult conversations, sharing your feelings, or simply desire personal growth, then this podcast is for you.

Episodes

I Don't Love What I Do
2021 Jun 1015m 36s
Have you ever felt a disconnect between your personal passions/interests and your professional life? On this episode of Throw Time with Tye, Tye talks about her struggles with being connected to her professional work and her anxiety surrounding returning to the office soon after working from home during the pandemic.
Vulnerability for Black Men
2021 Jun 031h 13m 18s
Many black men are raised on “tough love” and expressing emotion isn’t always embraced in the black male community, so who can they be vulnerable with? In what spaces, and with whom, do they feel the most safe? On this episode of the Throw Time with Tye podcast, Tye sits down with two guests, Mario McLean and James Logan, to discuss their perspectives on vulnerability, marriage, and fatherhood. You can connect with Mario and James below.
Understanding the Assignment
2021 May 2716m 39s
Understanding the assignment means doing what needs to be done - giving what it's supposed to give. On this episode of Throw Time with Tye, Tye talks about her professional life, the setbacks she experienced launching the Throw Time with Tye podcast, and the importance of pushing forward in the midst of uncertainty and adversity.
Graduation Szn
2021 May 2027m 35s
It's graduation season! While a graduation usually signals receiving a degree or diploma, it also represents the beginning of a new chapter in life. On this episode of Throw Time with Tye, Tye talks about starting new chapters in life by breaking and forming new habits.
Maintaining Adult Friendships Pt. 2
2021 May 1359m 6s
Last week, Tye sat down with four of her friends: Amber, Breana, Capri, and Chelsi (her Vulnerability Support Group-VSG), to talk about the frequency of communication with friends, the impact of COVID-19 on friendships, and managing several friend groups. On part two of the Maintaining Adult Friendships series, VSG discuss evaluating friendships, practicing vulnerability with friends, and the impact major life events like marriage and children have on friendships. You can connect with VSG below.
Maintaining Adult Friendships Pt. 1
2021 May 0648m 3s
As we advance in our careers, start families, delve into new ventures, or simply grow as people, maintaining adult friendships can be a task at times. On part one of a two-part series, Tye sits down with four of her friends: Amber, Breana, Capri, and Chelsi, to talk about the frequency of communication with friends, the impact of COVID-19 on friendships, and how to manage several friend groups. You can connect with them below.
Don't Ask Me When
2021 Apr 2925m 50s
Have you ever had someone ask you when you're having children? When you're buying a home? When you and your significant other are getting married? As a result of these inquiries, you might feel pressured to make haste decisions. On this episode of Throw Time with Tye, Tye talks about the "When are you having a baby?" game at baby showers, Moneybagg Yo, and other topics currently popular on social media that involves others inserting themselves into other people's business.
L's Are Lessons, Not Losses
2021 Apr 2220m 4s
Last week, Tye talked about the process of forgiving others, but what about the process of forgiving ourselves? On this episode of the Throw Time with Tye podcast, Tye talks about being overwhelmed with the emotions of shame, guilt, and sadness after reflecting on how her past poor decisions impact her life today. Not being able to change the past was a reminder that it was time to take responsibility, forgive herself, learn from those mistakes, and use the lessons she learned to make better decisions moving forward.
I Don't Accept Your Apology
2021 Apr 1521m 42s
When people issue apologies, they often expect that it will be accepted. On this episode of the Throw Time with Tye podcast, Tye uses an example from her personal life to discuss the normalcy of not accepting apologies, practicing forgiveness, and how to issue apologies.
Do I Have to Ask for Flowers?
2021 Apr 0820m 25s
Sometimes, we want people to do things for us "just because" but it doesn't always work out that way. On this episode of the Throw Time with Tye podcast, Tye talks about the importance of communicating your wants, needs, and expectations as they change. Asking for "flowers" may not be the most popular thing to do, but sometimes it's necessary to receive the things you need to feel loved, appreciated, or desired.