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Join StyleLikeU's mother-daughter duo, Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum, as they host intimate conversations about style, self-image and identity with diverse role models who stand proudly outside of norms and are comfortable in their skin. By shedding the binds of cultural conditioning placed on us with regards to how we present ourselves to the world, What's Underneath inspires radical self-acceptance by empowering you to embrace what’s unrepeatable in you. Welcome to the Self-Acceptance Revolution!

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Join StyleLikeU's mother-daughter duo, Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum, as they host intimate conversations about style, self-image and identity with diverse role models who stand proudly outside of norms and are comfortable in their skin. By shedding the binds of cultural conditioning placed on us with regards to how we present ourselves to the world, What's Underneath inspires radical self-acceptance by empowering you to embrace what’s unrepeatable in you. Welcome to the Self-Acceptance Revolution!

    We Never Knew We Were Pregnant: How Queer Couple Syd & August Found Purpose In Surprise Parenthood

    We Never Knew We Were Pregnant: How Queer Couple Syd & August Found Purpose In Surprise Parenthood

    Welcome to our next interview of our What’s Underneath Pride Series, in partnership with Spring Health. Today we sit down with queer couple, model Syd Miller and actor August Black. Trigger Warning: This video addresses the subject of suicide and sexual assault. Viewer discretion advised.

    In this interview, Syd and August open up about their intense journey to parenthood as a result of a cryptic pregnancy, the difficulties of being a 'straight passing' queer couple, and the backlash they've faced from their own LGBTQ+ community as a result. They share how being queer has better prepared them to be parents and how their baby Beau brought them purpose and power as a couple and family in a heteronormative world.

    • 1 hr
    Saying No to Broadway's Beauty Standards is What Makes Hamilton's Suni Reid a True Star

    Saying No to Broadway's Beauty Standards is What Makes Hamilton's Suni Reid a True Star

    Welcome to our next interview of our What’s Underneath Pride Series, in partnership with Spring Health. Today we sit down with broadway actor Suni Reid as they tell us all about their journey and why being unapologetically Black, Trans and in their own body has never felt better.

    About Suni
    Suni Reid is a theater actor and owner of Auntie LA. They talk about body image, life as a Black, gay, and non-binary person, and the long history of racism and fatphobia they've faced in the professional theatre community.

    About StyleLikeU
    If you agree that facades separate us and being radically honest brings us together, please take a moment to subscribe to our podcast and share this video with any friends or family who could benefit from feeling less alone in their journeys with mental health. New Episodes drop Thursdays!

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    Spring Health is breaking barriers to mental health by working with employers to give employees fast and easy access to the right care, at the right time. In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, together with Spring Health, we are creating opportunities for YOU to share your mental health journeys online and ‘in person’ at our virtual ‘What’s Underneath: Collective Therapy’ summit in June.

    Follow @stylelikeu and @springhealth on Instagram for more details and announcements on how you can participate and share in the healing power of vulnerability, truth-sharing, and the unshakable bravery to be yourself.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    How Claire Raymond Lost Mobility and Gained Freedom

    How Claire Raymond Lost Mobility and Gained Freedom

    TW: This video addresses the subject of suicide.

    For the first interview of our What’s Underneath Pride Series in partnership with @spring.health, we want to thank Claire Raymond (@livingwithclaireity) for sharing her incredibly brave story with us. In this interview, Claire goes into depth on her painful journey of being diagnosed with Tethered Cord Syndrome at 11 years old to living with a visible disability at 22, stepping into her queerness, surrendering to what you cannot control, and how finding community among disabled and queer people who mirrored her experiences, tapped her into her power and enabled her to love life in her darkest moments.

    Learn more about Spring Health here: https://www.springhealth.com,

    About Claire
    Claire Raymond is a Mental Health Advocate and Social Media Personality. In this video, she talks about talks about living with tethered cord syndrome, struggling with the health care system, mental health, and being a queer, disabled woman.

    In her own words:
    “I had my life planned out. I was going to have a husband. I was going to have kids. I was going to have the house. I was going to put my head down. I was going to go to school. I was going to finish in four years very quickly. I realized that you're not in control of your life. I feel like my life has already pre-planned out and I'm just learning as I go the steps to go forward.”

    About StyleLikeU
    If you agree that facades separate us and being radically honest brings us together, please take a moment to subscribe to our podcast and share this video with any friends or family who could benefit from feeling less alone in their journeys with mental health. New Episodes drop Thursdays!

    FOLLOW STYLELIKEU:
    Join the movement on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3sa8Mxw
    Instagram: https://bit.ly/3q32JsZ
    Facebook: https://bit.ly/3bl0LA7
    Newsletter: https://bit.ly/35nTMCC

    Spring Health is breaking barriers to mental health by working with employers to give employees fast and easy access to the right care, at the right time. In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, together with Spring Health, we are creating opportunities for YOU to share your mental health journeys online and ‘in person’ at our virtual ‘What’s Underneath: Collective Therapy’ summit in June.

    Follow @stylelikeu and @springhealth on Instagram for more details and announcements on how you can participate and share in the healing power of vulnerability, truth-sharing, and the unshakable bravery to be yourself.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    How Amputee Domonique Echeverria Found the Strength to Love Life In a New Body

    How Amputee Domonique Echeverria Found the Strength to Love Life In a New Body

    TW: This video addresses the subject of suicide and sexual assault. Listener discretion advised.

    Welcome to another episode of 'What’s Underneath’ series in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, featuring Domonique Echeverria, made possible with the support of Spring Health. Learn more about Spring Health here: https://www.springhealth.com,


    About Domonique
    Domonique Echeverria is an artist and healer. In this video, she talks about the journey from when she attempted to take her life by jumping in front of a subway and losing an arm and a leg to becoming a healer for others, as well as body acceptance as both a curvy Latin woman and with her current disabilities.

    About StyleLikeU
    If you agree that facades separate us and being radically honest brings us together, please take a moment to subscribe to our podcast and share this video with any friends or family who could benefit from feeling less alone in their journeys with mental health. New Episodes drop Thursdays!

    FOLLOW STYLELIKEU:
    Join the movement on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3sa8Mxw
    Instagram: https://bit.ly/3q32JsZ
    Facebook: https://bit.ly/3bl0LA7
    Newsletter: https://bit.ly/35nTMCC

    • 53 min
    Losing Both Breasts to Cancer Won't Stop Angela Trimbur From Dancing Through Life

    Losing Both Breasts to Cancer Won't Stop Angela Trimbur From Dancing Through Life

    TW: This video addresses the subject of suicide. Viewer discretion advised.

    Welcome to another episode of 'What’s Underneath’ featuring Angela Trimbur, part of our Mental Health Awareness campaign made possible with the support of Spring Health.

    About Angela:
    Angela Trimbur is an actor based in Los Angeles. In this video, she shares her journey from wanting to take her life as a result of a childhood filled with trauma (including sexual abuse) to fighting for her life when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in her 30s.

    Angela Trimbur:
    https://www.instagram.com/angelatrimbur/

    About StyleLikeU
    If you agree that facades separate us and being radically honest brings us together, please take a moment to subscribe to our channel and share this video with any friends or family who could benefit from feeling less alone in their journeys with mental health. Don’t forget to click the bell so you’re aware of every time we upload a new episode. New Episodes drop Thursdays!

    • 56 min
    Aki Hirata Baker Does Not Think She's Better Than Her Depression

    Aki Hirata Baker Does Not Think She's Better Than Her Depression

    TW: This video addresses the subject of suicide. Viewer discretion advised.

    Welcome to another episode of 'What’s Underneath’ series in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, featuring Aki Hirata, made possible with the support of Spring Health and True & Co. Learn more about Spring Health here: https://www.springhealth.com

    About Aki
    Aki Hirata is a Healer and a Therapist, specializing in the ancient art of Reiki. In this video, Aki talks about mental health, her family lineage of depression, having a mom who committed suicide, breaking norms/stereotypes about Japanese women, leaving abusive relationships, her decision to take meds in addition to holistic healing, finding healthy partnerships, and a healthy family, and developing her own healing practice for others.

    About StyleLikeU
    If you agree that facades separate us and being radically honest brings us together, please take a moment to subscribe to our podcast and share this video with any friends or family who could benefit from feeling less alone in their journeys with mental health.
    New Episodes drop Thursdays!

    • 1 hr 4 min

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