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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Talking of the Couch podcast is a weekly podcast that focuses on mental health and mental wellness with in the communities of color. These conversations will be with Tatiana Smith, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas. It's time to shed light and break stigmas within the black culture about mental health/illness and mental wellness as well as in other communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as well as the average person who may be strugglin ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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.…
 
Tiffany Mosher shared her journey with her mental health, the ups and downs, and the drastic changes she had to make to be the best mom she can be for her kids. She also shared her stories of her exploring the world through volunteering to build schools and more! Although Tiffany had her struggles she got out of her comfort zone and is doing amazin…
 
This week's episode is with Randi-Lee Bawslaugh (@RandiBWriting) Randi-Lee shared her personal struggles with depression, how it affected her daily life, and the techniques she used to overcome it. She also gave insight into the world of autism. We discussed the common misconceptions, stigmas, downsides, and bright sides of autism. Randi-Lee's humo…
 
Here we discuss our experiences of being on social media, 'influencer culture', perfectionism, social media breaks, the dangers of comparison, life in the current generation, body positivity, the benefits of staying connected and a small bit of advice for anybody struggling to use social media in a healthy, effective way! Follow us on Instagram: @b…
 
Here I discuss my upcoming fundraising hike for Mind, my past experience of raising money for charity, the pleasure and uniqueness of team events and where you can go should you wish to support this amazing cause! https://www.mind.org.uk/ https://www.mind.org.uk/get-involved/donate-or-fundraise/take-on-an-active-challenge/ To donate to my fundraise…
 
Here we discuss our experiences of both negative and positive coping mechanisms, the challenges of developing habits, 'instant gratification' culture, life at university and a little bit of advice for anybody struggling through this difficult time! Below we've also attached some useful links just incase you're struggling and require any further sup…
 
This week's guest is Dustin Miller from the Polymath Polycast! He says screw it to the conventional mindset of choosing just one specialty. We discussed the concept of specializing in multiple fields and the societal stigmas surrounding it. We also dove into the world of social media, the struggles content creators face, how social media is constan…
 
Rhonda Green shared her past experiences of being in multiple abusive relationships and her final straw of getting out. She also shared her healing journey and the key to truly loving ourselves and attracting the right people into our lives. Where you can find Rhonda Green: Website: Rhondagreen.com Instagram: @Authorrhondagreen Facebook: Aftersurvi…
 
*DISCLAIMER* The following content contains moments of extreme language and references to suicide and self-injury. Do not listen if you feel like you may be triggered or disturbed in any shape or form! Here we discuss what we think the term 'stigma' means, our experiences of facing it, how it has impacted us and a whole range of possible solutions …
 
Here we discuss the power of the Time to Change campaign, our experiences of being involved, the possible reasons that the movement has ended and how we can continue the great work that TTC has done over the years! If you wish to check out any of the wonderful charities/campaigns we mentioned, I've left some of their links below: Time to Change Web…
 
Ronda Taylor, at 53 years decided to make drastic changes in her life. She sold everything, packed a bag, and went on an adventure to travel and volunteer around the world. In this week's episode, we talked about how to make tough decisions in life and move towards what makes you happy and fulfilled, regardless of age and other external factors. Ro…
 
Here we introduce ourselves, discuss why we've started a podcast and explain what's yet to come. I hope you enjoy what we have in store for you all! The intro music is credited as follows: "Voxel Revolution" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/…
 
Amanda and I had an incredibly fun and uplifting conversation on how we can all live our best possible life. Amanda Hill a best seller author, teacher, and mother shared her life experience on how she was previously in a victim mindset and blamed the people around her and her environment than taking responsibility for being unhappy in life. She rea…
 
Melissa shared what her life was like being born in a cult. She faced many limitations from being controlled in what she was allowed to wear to what she was allowed to do. Especially women were held to certain rules that men didn't have. All of these limitations left Melissa frustrated and she made a bold decision to finally break free. Listen to h…
 
Paris shared her personal experience with being diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Initially getting the wrong diagnosis Paris was not functioning as the kids her age and it eventually led to admitting herself to the psych ward. Years later she worked in the same psych clinic and got to experience the world of mental health from the other point of vi…
 
Hello everyone! This is a solo episode where I shared my journey with the podcast and why I started Screw the Stigma. I wanted to have this conversation because I want you to know my story and why the mission of breaking societal stigmas is so important to me. This episode is not heavily edited because I wanted it to be authentic and not scripted. …
 
Natsune and I had a great conversation about different perspectives of the Japanese and the Western culture. We also dove into the details of changing the way we look at things so we can stop blaming our environment and other circumstances and make our first move to success. Can't stop procrastinating to start new projects or make the first move? T…
 
Dr. Mekayla Clarke and I discussed the concept of burnout and women's health. Society has placed women so high in terms of the responsibilities of taking care of others. Women are expected to be good mothers, sisters, daughters, and wives but not often taught ways to take care of themselves! Dr. Mekayla Clarke shares amazing insight on burnout and …
 
Terry Tucker lived a fulfilled life by doing things he wanted to do. He had various jobs and switched to multiple career fields. Terry has been battling cancer for almost 10 years and yet he is determined to not let his illness slow him down in inspiring others to also find their passions and live a fulfilled life. New podcast every Monday! ​​Follo…
 
Terry Tucker lived a fulfilled life by doing things he wanted to do. He had various jobs and switched to multiple career fields. Terry has been battling cancer for almost 10 years and yet he is determined to not let his illness slow him down in inspiring others to also find their passions and live a fulfilled life. New podcast every Monday! Follow …
 
Years of facing racism can leave a huge impact on an individual. This conversation with Richmond Brock Jr. is a great reminder for us to think twice about how we act. New podcast every Monday!Available on listening platforms: https://linktr.ee/ScrewTheStigmaFollow me on Instagram: @screwthestigmapodcastWant to be a guest? Email me at screwthestigma…
 
Certain societal stigmas are held against specific career fields and forms of art. In this episode, Layla a pole dance competitor expresses her love for the art of pole dancing and the stigmas that prevent people from joining pole dancing and other interests.Follow @screwthestigmapodcast on Instagram for updates on the show and to leave feedback :)…
 
Unhappy with life or having trouble knowing how to find purpose in your life? Jared Schuster shared his journey and tips on how to find purpose in life and live life to the fullest. Check out Jared's website https://www.sparksofconsciousness.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/screwthestigma/message…
 
My friend Ivorie and I discussed the idea of the "perfect" body image portrayed by social media and shared stories from our past where we were forced to dress a certain way due to societal pressures on being conservative.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/screwthestigma/messageโดย Afrah Shahul
 
Staying productive is difficult during the lockdown especially when you're battling with a mental health issue. Clisver Alvarez, mindset and mental health coach talked about her own struggles with bipolar disorder, the stigma around mental health and provided some amazing ways on how to stay productive during lockdown.--- Send in a voice message: h…
 
Public speaking can be difficult, especially when you're not used to speaking in front of large crowds or suffer from anxiety. Brenden Kumarsamy, from the Youtube channel "Master Talk", shared his knowledge on various topics. Such as public speaking, starting conversations as an introvert, selecting the career choice for you and staying motivated w…
 
Being locked up in our houses just increased our use of social media and the internet in general. Even though apps like Tiktok and Instagram kept us entertained. A lot of people turned into self-made FBI agents and started digging up dirt from the past of celebrities and various influencers. 2020 has been a year of cancellations multiple people. My…
 
Being an immigrant is difficult, my friend Qistina and I, share our personal experiences on living abroad and coming back to our own home countries. The difficulties and struggles we faced adapting and fitting in with different cultures and ideologies. Follow Qistina @qistinayasmeen on Instagram.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/screwt…
 
2020 was definitely a year where we all struggled with our mental health. My friend Pinky and I discussed the topic of mental health and the toxic people in our lives who significantly made it worse.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/screwthestigma/messageโดย Afrah Shahul
 
Being a woman in a community that had strict rules was definitely difficult. My friend, Ivorie, and I share our experiences and its effects on us over a friendly chat.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/screwthestigma/messageโดย Afrah Shahul
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as…
 
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