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Stephen Hays is a recovering addict, living with type-1 bipolar disorder. He spent years living in addiction, and with untreated mental illness while he went from West Point graduate, to Wall Street Banker to nearly taking his own life when he hit bottom. On this show you will hear stories of addiction, mental illness, recovery, hope, and wellness. You will also hear from clinicians, experts, doctors, entrepreneurs and others who are trying to lead other people to wellness. We would love to ...
 
Alcoholic wife and addict husband chatting with like-minded, inspirational peers about stigmatized topics such as; mental illness, sexual orientation, addiction, sex work, parenthood, age, sex life, and more. We are not scientist nor doctors, we only aim to have honest and raw conversations in order to learn, connect and share. Wanna share your story? Visit https://wearethestigma.com/be-a-guest-on-our-show/ to share your story! Our motto is honesty, open-mindedness, and humor. Chat soon!
 
MannMukti.org is a one-stop resource for South Asians to learn about and address mental health concerns with each other. MannMukti translates to “mental liberation" in Hindi. Our mission is to encourage healthy, open dialogue of mental health issues in an effort to remove stigma, improve awareness and promote self-care. Together, let’s #SpeakUp.
 
Join host Kristin Nicole as she dispels the false and damaging stigmas of being a person diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and life as a highly sensitive person. Kristin provides insight as to how to create that much needed protective emotional skin so that you can create a life worth living. This podcast is meant to give hope, tips, and coaching to those who have been diagnosed with BPD, may think they have BPD, or identify as being a Highly Sensitive Person (because let's face ...
 
Breaking down all of society’s expectations, one topic at a time. Screw the Stigma podcast is a safe place to talk about concepts and ideas that are not well accepted by society. Topics such as racism, sexism, mental health, body image, career choices, and much more. I am constantly learning to broaden my horizon in different areas of societal limitations. Start questioning the expectations that have been placed on you and break societal stigmas to live your best life. Share your story! Be a ...
 
Hosted by Dr. Carmen Logie, Canada Research Chair in Global Health Equity & Social Justice with Marginalized Populations, and Associate Professor at the University of Toronto's Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. Supported by the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI). This podcast invites a range of weekly guests to talk about all different kinds of stigma. Why does it matter? What does it look like? What can we do about it?Thank you for listening!
 
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A podcast that will explore the vast world of behavioral health and the stigma that surrounds it. We’ll take a journey through the stark realities that come with mental health and addiction. Our goal at Stigmatized is to build a community that will deliver awareness, hope, and healing for those that have been cast aside for far too long.
 
Chrissie Hodges is an award winning Public Speaker who specializes in the anxiety disorder Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. As an OCD sufferer and advocate for informing and educating the public on disorders of the mind, Chrissie seeks to spread awareness on behalf of the growing population of individuals suffering in silence with depression and mental illness. Listen to Chrissie’s show on Thursdays at 3:00 PM MT.
 
We hope you’re noticing our efforts to expand the project. In the last few days Defeat the Stigma has gained over 150 page likes and reached over 40,000 peoples’ news feeds. We hope to keep this momentum going by rolling out more projects to reach people in both educational and personal circumstances. The next venture we hope to explore is the production of a podcast. Text is a quick and efficient method of communication, but speech is a more personal and interactive means. We have no clue h ...
 
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Ed Latimore is a best-selling author, former professional heavyweight boxer, and competitive chess player. He also runs men's groups with a focus on self-improvement, porn addiction and sobriety. In this episode, we spoke about engraining positive habits, sobriety, using public accountability to your advantage, actions becoming evidence, porn addic…
 
This week we sit down with our very dear friend, Ally Bazely. If you're looking to get juiced up and inspired - this is IT my friends. Ally's story of personal transformation will get you hyped on for your own journey! We are reminded that the end, is just the beginning, and that the rock bottom is the most profound place to build again. This episo…
 
Dr. Amit Etkin is pioneering a revolution in the way mental health medications are designed, developed, prescribed, and brought to market. Precision psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment and Dr. Etkin is leading the way with his drug development platform, Alto Neuroscience. In this episode, Dr. Etkin explains why psychiatric drugs hav…
 
In this episode, Kristin talks to special guest Dr Lee C. Cordell about BPD, the 5 F's of Trauma, and how they are related. Like the episode? Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so that you don't miss when a new one is released! Don't forget to JOIN the POD SQUAD to win some awesome goodies just for sharing your favorite episodes between NOW and OC…
 
*TRIGGER WARNING*: Trauma, sexual assault, bullying & self-harm. In this episode, MannMukti Podcast hosts Kirandeep & Drishti speak with licensed psychologist Dr. Rakhi Sen to uncover the different types of trauma, intergenerational trauma, common misconceptions, how to recognize when trauma may be negatively affecting you and how to start the proc…
 
We welcome back friend of the podcast Paul Fox to catch up about Connected, our short audio drama during Covid, Leeds United, Conspiracy Theories and plastering! This was a fun conversation and something a bit more light-hearted than our usual fare. Enjoy!על ידי Mantality
 
Former Royal Marine commando, Gareth Timmins joins us on the Mantality podcast. Gareth has released his new book: “Becoming the 0.1% - How To Build An Elite Mindset”. The first-ever diary account of this training regime, charting the odds stacked journey of a 20-year-old recruit and the psychological underpinnings written by him 14 years later.Each…
 
In this episode, Kristin shares the 9 symptoms of BPD, what Quiet BPD is and how the symptoms vary from regular BPD, plus an EXCITING announcement to join the pod squad and win some awesome prizes! Like the episode? Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so that you don't miss when a new one is released! JOIN THE POD SQUAD: https://guides.kristinnicol…
 
This week we are chatting with our very dear internet friend, Kyra Evans! Kyra is an author, speaker, and self-empathy teacher. Her first book, “The Dictionary of Limiting Beliefs: Transforming your inner narrative to manifest a wholehearted life,” launched in June of this year and has quickly been adopted by spiritual seekers, coaches, and therapi…
 
That's a wrap on season 1. I am so happy with the progress we have made together and it was definitely a wonderful learning journey. Season 2 will be launching in November. And you find all the updates and see interesting content on my Instagram page! All the details are listed below: Screw the Stigma SEASON 2 COMING OUT IN NOVEMBER! Youtube: Screw…
 
In this episode, Kristin shares a few takeaways from "The Me You Can't See" and talks about the effects of childhood trauma versus trauma experienced in adulthood. She also shares one of her past experiences with trauma as well as a recent encounter that left her feeling highly emotional the way she handled the situation which allowed her to proces…
 
Robert Macpherson shares stories from his life as a Marine, a Veteran, a Humanitarian Aid worker, and someone who has navigated the challenges of PTSD. Join us as he shares out of his passions ranging from his most recent book to his amazing service dog, Blue.על ידי LSF Health Systems
 
Craig White has worked with some of the biggest names in sport. Having started his journey as a strength and conditioning coach, he achieved success with major sporting institutions, such as the British and Irish Lions, Bolton Wanderers and Leicester Tigers. Following a Yoga and Meditation Retreat in 2009, Craig embarked upon a journey of self-disc…
 
Amanda Eilian, Founding Partner of _able Partners joins us to talk all things mental health startup investing. _able Partners is an early-stage VC firm supporting visionary founders in the positive living space. Their investments focus on companies that improve the daily lives of people, making them healthier, happier, and making their lives more m…
 
It is national recovery month, so we’re going back to out home base - Sobriety and Recovery! We’re talking to Hayley Waters, the Recovery Baddie. This interview was such a good time and we’re so excited to have you sit in on this powerful conversation! Hayley is one badass sober babe and we are HERE FOR IT!!!! In this episode we discuss: - Identify…
 
Tune in to our new series Real Talk w/The MannMukti PodSquad where the podcast team engages in discussion on hot topics in mental health. On this episode, you will hear producers Anand, Audria, Chaten, and Kirandeep ask a series of questions to get to know each other and for you to get to know us. Press play to meet the team! --- Send in a voice me…
 
Annie Philpott is a public health professional, pleasure propagandist and ‘guerrilla girl’ of HIV prevention. She founded The Pleasure Project in 2004, an international education and advocacy organization working to eroticize safer sex. The Pleasure Project builds bridges between the public health world and the pleasure and sex industry, and help t…
 
Domestic Violence can be a complicated, multi-layered problem. When someone begins the recovery journey, even the little "wins" add up to big "wins". It's time for friends, families, and community members to change their scorecards. Join Karen Williams (Dir. of Specialized Services for Hubbard House) and I, as we discuss what a success story looks …
 
In this pilot episode, Kristin goes into what Borderline Personality Disorder is, what is thought to cause to cause it, that the cycle can be broken, and what you can expect from this podcast series. ADDITIONAL EPISODE INFO: Borderline Personality Disorder is highly stigmatized and widely misunderstood, particularly by those who have not personally…
 
Alistair Brownlee MBE is a British triathlete. He is the only athlete to hold two Olympic titles in the triathlon event, winning gold medals in the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. He is also a two-time Triathlon World Champion, a two-time World Team Champion, a four-time European Champion, and the 2014 Commonwealth champion.Alistair has just released …
 
In this episode, Shruti talked about her experience growing up in Nepal as a woman, and how there are societal stigmas placed on women that prevent them from choosing a path that makes them truly happy. Shruti and I also discussed the absurd expectations society places on women. Such as getting married at a certain age, having children, and adherin…
 
Today’s guest is John Donoghue. He is well known for his groundbreaking work developing Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) to restore movement for people with paralysis, known as ‘BrainGate’. BrainGate was the original BCI system created by a company called Cyberkinetics, of which John was a co-founder. In this episode, John gives us a primer on BCIs…
 
How do we protect our kids from trafficking and exploitation? As our kids are returning back to school, it becomes difficult for parents to keep up...especially with technology! Rachel White, from Her Song Jax, provides some insight on how traffickers and recruiters solicit their victims; as well as, how parents can protect their kids!…
 
This week we are joined by Spiritual Life and Business Coach, Kevin Carton for a juiced up and deep conversation. Get your feels out and sit down as the forth member in this convo, we are so glad you're here with us! Topics include: -How trauma isn't always "big T" trauma -Releasing shame/guilt for having challenges with mental health -The importan…
 
Dr. Keosha T. Bond is an Assistant Medical Professor in the Department of Community Health and Social Medicine at the CUNY School of Medicine. She is a trained behavioral scientist and sexual health educator who has centered her work on the complex intersections of race, sexuality, social justice, and health equity among individuals of marginalized…
 
Welcome to Breaking the Borderline Stigma, a podcast for highly sensitive (HSP) women and women who have been diagnosed with or think they may have Borderline Personality Disorder. Our host, Kristin Nicole, a life coach for HSP and BPD women, is a HSP and BPD conqueror herself, and will be sharing all of the lessons, tips, and techniques which have…
 
In this episode, Shruti talked about her experience growing up in Nepal as a woman, and how there are societal stigmas placed on women that prevent them from choosing a path that makes them truly happy. Shruti and I also discussed the absurd expectations society places on women. Such as getting married at a certain age, having children, and adherin…
 
Art Therapy is a therapeutic service that can be mysterious to many people. In today's episode, Dr. Dina Ricco provides some insight into understanding Art Therapy and the benefits it can provide. She also helps tackle some of the myths and misunderstanding the general public may have regarding Art Therapy!…
 
Professor Steve Peters is a Consultant Psychiatrist who specialises in the functioning of the human mind. He has clients across a wide range of disciplines from health and education to business and elite sport, including NHS organisations, the emergency services, schools and universities, national and Olympic teams, British Cycling, GB Taekwondo, E…
 
Here we discuss our biggest dating disasters, where we've gone wrong, the difficulties of rejection, opening up to a partner, dating in the modern world, ghosting, 'hook-up culture', the challenges for both men and women, why 'self-love' is so vital and whether we see ourselves in a relationship anytime soon! Follow us on Instagram: @breakingthesti…
 
Today’s guest is Elyse Cohen, VP of Social Impact and Inclusion at Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez and a mental health advocate. Elyse is an expert on purpose driven brands, social impact, and has been hand selected by Selena Gomez to lead the impact efforts at Rare Beauty and the Rare Impact Fund addressing mental health. Previously Elyse has worked a…
 
Welcome back! After an impromptu reset, we are back and ready to start the second half of Season 3, with new guests and the same love! Cody & Melissa spent the break re-evaluating the show and making conscious changes. In this episode, they go behind the scenes and discuss what the future holds. We are asking for feedback - what can we do different…
 
Does your family have someone who is struggling with a Mental Health Challenge? Do you feel like you don't know where to turn for support? Suzanne Mailloux, the Executive Director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness-Jacksonville, helps give us insight on how to find help and navigate family challenges. She speaks not only from a professional…
 
In this episode, Kainath talked about the stigmas she faced and still exists in the south Asian culture. She also shared the backlash she experienced while creating content on Tiktok to abolish brown cultural stigmas. And the responsibilities and traumas she faced growing up as the eldest daughter in a desi family.Societal and cultural stigmas prev…
 
Here we discuss the art of being grateful, the impacts of lockdown and isolation, putting things into perspective, using setbacks to our advantage, expectations, gratitude journaling, acts of service, the psychological benefits of gratitude and what we can do to be more grateful in our daily lives! Follow us on Instagram: @breakingthestigmapodcast …
 
Jim Shoopack discussed his journey with his mental health. From being perfectly mentally healthy one day to suffering from clinical depression. He also talked about his process of getting help and the stigmas that surround getting professional help for depression. Jim has now made it a mission to run 100 marathons to take back the 100 days depressi…
 
Abusive relationships can be incredibly difficult to escape. When children are involved, that challenge is compounded. Stephanie Brown, from Hubbard House, helps us navigate difficult questions regarding children in homes with domestic violence. This topic is even more relevant as children begin to head back to school! Teachers, counselors, and adm…
 
In this episode, Stevie and Chris caught up with Jack Middlemore, who plays rugby for Dodger 7s, and recently took part in a documentary series called Blindside in which he shared about his struggles with mental health. Jack talks to us about the drinking culture and pressures of University and how difficult that can be on young people. He also sha…
 
Qistina and I shared our struggles and experiences on what it was like to graduate during the pandemic. Graduating from university and entering the "real world" is already a very scary thought but going through it during a pandemic is definitely a unique situation. Listen to this fun episode filled with hilarious stories of expectations vs realitie…
 
Tension and stress appear to be increasing in many environments and circumstances. Whether it's personal, professional, or public interactions--it's always important to think through how to handle conflicts. We discuss 10 ways to navigate escalated situations and reduce unnecessary consequences. Everyone wants to be heard, but many do not know how …
 
In a follow-up interview, Parag Mehta & Vaibhav Jain share the details of the challenge to register their same-sex marriage in India and their role in breaking down the stigma and inequalities of marriage within the LGBTQ+ community. Hosted by: Audria & Kirandeep --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mannmukti/message…
 
Associate Professor Steve Bell is a Principal Research Fellow in the UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health at the University of Queensland. He is an applied health and social researcher with 20 years’ experience of qualitative, participatory and ethnographic research on sexual, reproductive and maternal health, HIV and other infectious diseases. He…
 
In this episode, Hannah and I discussed the stigmas that surround the talk of mental health. The common misconceptions that surround depression and the different ways to take care of our mental health. Hannah also shared her journey with her own mental health, the stigmas she faced, and the works she is doing to raise awareness about mental health.…
 
You can’t fix what you don’t measure. Measurement and testing of our mental health lags the same capabilities in physical health care. Dr. Nick Allen, our guest today, is building a mental health measurement solution for clinical use. Today we talk to him about the challenges, and opportunity for his startup, Ksana Health. Nick is leveraging the to…
 
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