Episode 270 Interview with Dr Kimeron Hardin

kimhardin1On this episode of Ramble Redhead, I had the honor of talking with psychologist and author Dr Kimeron Hardin. I found his books a while ago and was amazed by his latest book called Loving Ourselves: The Gay and Lesbian Guide to Self-Esteem which is a truly amazing book.  A week later I was listening to a great podcast called Alex and Dean Gay Men Talking and I was happy to see that they had him as a guest to help promote the book.  I loved the show they did and knew I had to ask him to be a guest on my show.  In this episode he talks about his life growing up in the south in a very small town and how his family dealt with his coming out. We talk about a very important aspect of his life and how it created a huge influence on where his career path would go and so much more!

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6 Responses to “Episode 270 Interview with Dr Kimeron Hardin”

  1. Jane from Boston Says:

    What a sweet face he has!
    Another great show! Looking forward to the next installment.
    Jane from Boston

  2. Mike/Darcy Says:

    I loved the episode a great deal and I am looking foward to part 2. I ordered both of his books after listening and read the reviews which were rather positive so perhaps they will help with my own issues.


  3. john q. public Says:

    I couldn’t quite tell – did Dr. Hardin’s parents never accept his homosexuality? Were they never able to quite get past it? I wondered if they have a relationship now (if they are still alive)?

  4. Kimeron Hardin Says:

    Hello John:

    It’s hard to answer that question. Let’s just say that my parents remain devout fundamentalist Christians and while they will never march in any PFLAG parades, we have reached a place in our relationship where they no longer openly criticize or condemn me. It took a long time and a lot of talking, be I have never backed down with them about who I am and that I believe their religion is wrong about gay people. They are getting older now and I think they are questioning some of the old rigid ways of thinking about these issues. They also know that if they want a relationship with me, they have to respect me for who I am and who I love.

  5. Kimeron Hardin Says:

    Thank you Mike/Darcy! I hope you like it! Thanks for listening.

  6. mzgroomerzig Says:

    Another great interview. I’m going to his webpage next. I’m very interested in his books. Thanks!

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