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For the newly diagnosed in a place of fear and confusion, Mindful Advocacy relates to both the quirky and common worries you face when being treated for a mental health concern. Every week, we go to bat for each other by sharing stories of struggle and triumph; inciting uplifting conversations in an accessible podcast format. Believe us: You’re not crazy, but denying help when you need it truly is. So, ask those wildcard questions. We’re here for you.

For the newly diagnosed in a place of fear and confusion, Mindful Advocacy relates to both the quirky and common worries you face when being treated for a mental health concern. Every week, we go to bat for each other by sharing stories of struggle and triumph; inciting uplifting conversations in an accessible podcast format. Believe us: You’re not crazy, but denying help when you need it truly is. So, ask those wildcard questions. We’re here for you.
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For the newly diagnosed in a place of fear and confusion, Mindful Advocacy relates to both the quirky and common worries you face when being treated for a mental health concern. Every week, we go to bat for each other by sharing stories of struggle and triumph; inciting uplifting conversations in an accessible podcast format. Believe us: You’re not crazy, but denying help when you need it truly is. So, ask those wildcard questions. We’re here for you.

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English


Episodes

"Black Gold" with Racha Tahani Lawler

3/15/2019
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One way to be okay in your own skin is to accept yourself as you are in the way you practice joy, but especially grief. Racha Tahani Lawler, midwife and mama, addresses how to be with and for someone going though a loss. When we are our own strongest advocates, we are ensuring that ourselves and our loved ones are not spoken for, but heard fully.

Duration:00:28:32

"I Like Giants" with Kelsey Domann-Scholz

3/1/2019
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Your body belongs here on planet earth, as-is. Kelsey Domann-Scholz, Counselor and Graduate Student, discuss intuitive eating and body-liberation, as it may pertain to all bodies. She speaks kindly and lovingly to any who are unsure about how to accept themselves. We address trauma and behavior, while holding medical concerns in mind. Food is not immoral. It's okay. And so are you.

Duration:00:31:08

"I Was Here" with Robyn Eckersley

2/15/2019
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This one's all about boundaries and burnout. We want none of it. Tune in to hear from impact coach, Robyn Eckersley, about how she tends to the values of her own personality and ultimately, what she stands for. We'd love to see you do the same! Discover how to groom down your have-to's to only the necessary and then fill your life up with get-to's so that you are aligned with your passions and being fueled along the way.

Duration:00:35:27

"One Day More" with Cory Ravize

1/23/2019
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Cory Ravize shares her understanding of what it means to speak up for oneself and be a champion of experience during this day and age. She also encourages us to be a friend and look for that network of care to seek solid understanding. Whether you're in a season or lifetime of have/have-not, know that we're here to listen as well as impart our own stories and thereby bridge gaps and bring insight.

Duration:00:38:30

"One More Light" with Diana Collins

1/18/2019
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Diana Collins joins us to discuss slowing down, being present and noticing memorable details as a way of appreciating and valuing life. Please see The Always with Me Foundation and her work with new mothers experiencing Postpartum Depression.

Duration:00:23:11

"Drive" with Katie Draznin

1/18/2019
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Katie Draznin of @_thejourneywithin_ lets us in on her experiences with fear. From an eating disorder in high school to clearing out material possessions and traveling the world, to her fear of success and how that continues to impact her life. Katie has lots of good insight to share. So, hop in that driver's seat and take control of what you can manage, starting with a little inspiring conversation. Thanks for tuning in!

Duration:00:30:04

"Shake It Off" with Alice Vo Edwards

1/17/2019
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Alice Vo Edwards, PhD student in the making, addresses ADHD as it has impacted her and her family. She describes the solution she's found as an academic planner created by her and her daughter. Local to Las Vegas, she and Sara Paye have a casual interview at Women's Coworking Space Bloom where they first met. Understanding ADHD not only helps those with this specific diagnosis, it helps others accept themselves as they are as well. Remember, sometimes you just gotta "shake it off."

Duration:00:17:23

"Unwritten" with Ronda Wynn

12/4/2018
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Ronda Wynn of @reallifebyronda discusses her experience as a mother to her biological kids and as many as 30 foster children over the years (some with hidden disabilities). She clues us in on guilt and over-compensating for the could be's and should be's of raising a child. We share common feelings about developing empathy toward fellow caregivers and for children with impacting mental health concerns. We offer encouraging ways to recognize guilt as "fear of consequence" and name those core...

Duration:00:53:11

Episode 0: Our Letter to You

11/29/2018
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For the newly diagnosed in a place of fear and confusion, Mindful Advocacy relates to both the quirky and common worries you face when being treated for a mental health concern. Every week, we’ll go to bat with you by sharing our stories of struggle and triumph; inciting uplifting conversations in an accessible podcast format. We'll talk story and science until you're ready to beat a beast of your own. Believe us: You’re not crazy, but denying help when you need it truly is. So, ask those...

Duration:00:03:09