(39) Breaking the trauma cycle as South Asian women with Aparna Sagaram

Transcript for the interview with Aparna Sagaram.

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#39 Breaking the trauma cycle as South Asian women with Aparna Sagaram

We can’t expect ourselves to do everything, and if we keep meeting that expectation, that expectation will never go away. In fact, it gets even more challenging. This idea of powering through, we need to get rid of that because it’s a recipe for burn out. Trauma is a highly sensitive topic and the ability…

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#36 Dear Angry Women

This episode emphasises on the urgency to destigmatise and demasculinise anger so that womxn are able to practice health portrayal of their anger and work towards creating a more just and safe environment for themselves and other womxn.

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(32) Men’s Mental Health Matters Too with Gretchen Hernandez

Listen to the episode HERE. INTRO:  Hello deep thinkers, this is your host Agrita and welcome to Mind Full of Everything, the podcast that questions the deeper and bigger things in life, from intersectional environmentalism to self-development and everything else in between. I got the wonderful opportunity to talk to Gretchen Hernandez, a men’s mental…

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#32 Men’s Mental Health Matters Too with Gretchen Hernandez

In this episode I talk to Gretchen Hernandez, a men’s mental health coach and founder of the My Freedom Grove podcast. Gretchen believes that with the rise of feminism and the gendered roles still prevalent in society, we have essential prohibited men from expressing themselves or seeking professional mental wellbeing help, which only feeds into toxic masculinity further. Through forming a private men’s facebook group Unshakable and providing a platform for men’s personal journeys, Gretchen ensures that when it comes to removal of mental health stigmas, men should be included in the conversation too.

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#10 Should You Homeschool Your Children?

“What is most important and valuable about the home as a base for children’s growth into the world is not that it is a better school than the schools, but that it isn’t a school at all.”  – John Holt Homeschooling is not a modern concept; it began to grow dramatically in the 1980s, particularly…

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