117 episodes

**Formerly known as Getting Jewcy! Same co-hosts, same content, same approach. We're constantly getting to know our minds. And when we have guests, we get to know them behind their public image, so that you can get to know them beyond their Social Media presence. Mental health awareness and inclusivity across the human spectrum (especially with the LGBTQ+ community) is near and dear to us. We find the beauty in vulnerability. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel (@PardonMyMind) to continue supporting us, as these episodes can be WATCHED as well! Follow us on Instagram @pardonmymindpod and on Facebook @pardonmymindpod. *Theme music by Matcha Dacha.*

Pardon My Mind with Rachel & Hiiro Rachel Rozen & Hiiro Prince

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

**Formerly known as Getting Jewcy! Same co-hosts, same content, same approach. We're constantly getting to know our minds. And when we have guests, we get to know them behind their public image, so that you can get to know them beyond their Social Media presence. Mental health awareness and inclusivity across the human spectrum (especially with the LGBTQ+ community) is near and dear to us. We find the beauty in vulnerability. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel (@PardonMyMind) to continue supporting us, as these episodes can be WATCHED as well! Follow us on Instagram @pardonmymindpod and on Facebook @pardonmymindpod. *Theme music by Matcha Dacha.*

    Episode 107 with Rachel & Hiiro - Mental Health Superpowers, Da-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na... They Say It's Our Birthdays?

    Episode 107 with Rachel & Hiiro - Mental Health Superpowers, Da-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na... They Say It's Our Birthdays?

    In this episode, we chat about turning your mental health challenges into your own, personal superpowers! Also, as we approach another year older, how does our mental health get affected by our birthdays??

    Pardon My Mind Links:
    Watch This Episode on YouTube
    Instagram (@pardonmymindpod)
    Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)
    Website

    • 27 min
    Episode 106 with Rachel & Hiiro - New Years Expectations

    Episode 106 with Rachel & Hiiro - New Years Expectations

    "Expectation is the mother of all frustration." - Antonio Banderas

    How do "resolutions" affect our mental health?

    Pardon My Mind Links:
    Watch This Episode on YouTube
    Instagram (@pardonmymindpod)
    Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)
    Website

    • 32 min
    Episode 105 with Magdalena Wosinska - Photographer, Filmmaker, Storyteller

    Episode 105 with Magdalena Wosinska - Photographer, Filmmaker, Storyteller

    *Magdalena joins the conversation at the 16 minute mark.*

    Magdalena is a storyteller through the mediums of photography, filmmaking and storytelling. She is an artist who is not afraid show the authentic, raw and beautiful messiness of being human. Her subject matter has ranged throughout the years, from skate culture, the heavy metal music scene, A-list celebrities, editorials, and more recently diverse groups of people in diverse settings and the archival of her muse, her late mother.

    She is the true definition of a BOSS WOMAN and her raw and uncensored way of opening up to us truly embodies what our podcast is at the core: vulnerable, raw, candid dialogues with folx not concerned about going to “those places”.

    **This is our last episode as “Getting Jewcy”, as we’ll be rebranding in the New Year with a new name and slightly different episode structure, but… with the same approach, content, and of course with your same beloved hosts!

    We thank all of our supporters over the last couple of years! We look forward to bringing you more discussions surrounding mental health, with a fresh mindset.

    Magdalena's Links:
    Instagram (@magdawosinskastudio)
    Website

    Pardon My Mind Links:
    YouTube
    Instagram (@pardonmymindpod)
    Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)
    Website

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 104 with Dubbs Weinblatt - Founder of Thank You for Coming Out, Storyteller, Educator

    Episode 104 with Dubbs Weinblatt - Founder of Thank You for Coming Out, Storyteller, Educator

    We're joined by genderqueer trans Jew and multi-hyphenate, Dubbs Weinblatt (they/them)! Dubbs grew up in Ohio and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY and is an established writer, producer, podcaster and activist. They spent 5 years as an Associate Director of Education and Training for an organization called Keshet (Rainbow in Hebrew), a national organization that works for the full equality of all LGBTQ+ Jews and their families in Jewish life.

    Dubbs opens up about their mental health, gender and sexuality, Judaism and the intersectionality of these subjects and how they influenced their career pathways to the present day. They are the creator of Thank you for Coming Out, which began as a stand up comedy production and evolved into a queer improv show, which took the audiences coming out stories and actors would improv them live on stage!

    Thank You for Coming Out is also a podcast (link below) and will become a book in the very near future. In partnership with the International Human Rights Arts Festival (IHRAF), Dubbs is inviting community members to submit their coming out/coming-into-self stories for a chance to be part of this book (anthology of essays). The book will be curated to celebrate writers of all different LGBQTIA+ identities, journeys and writing experience levels.

    Dubbs' Links:
    Website
    Instagram (@dubbsweinblatt)
    Thank You for Coming Out Podcast
    Thank You for Coming Out Book Submissions

    Pardon My Mind Links:
    YouTube
    Instagram (@pardonmymindpod)
    Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)
    Website

    • 1 hr 6 min
    The Last Sip with Rachel & Hiiro - Episode 11 - Mental Health in Pop Culture, Who Inspires Us & More

    The Last Sip with Rachel & Hiiro - Episode 11 - Mental Health in Pop Culture, Who Inspires Us & More

    The Last Sip episodes are just us… your Jewcy co-hosts. We squeeze out that last drop of the convo. In this episode we discuss how mental health has been put in the spotlight by celebrities who share their raw journeys, the people who inspire us to keep on trucking with our own mental health journeys, neurodiversity and more.

    We're so happy you found us! In order to continue making Jewcy content for you we'd love if you'd Subscribe, Like, Comment, Share, Tag, Save, Post, Review, Tweet, Toot, Tit, Tat...

    Pardon My Mind Links:
     YouTube
    Instagram (@pardonmymindpod)
    Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)
    Website

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 103 with Ginna Green & Lynn Harris - Co-Hosts of the Iconic Podcast, A Bintel Brief

    Episode 103 with Ginna Green & Lynn Harris - Co-Hosts of the Iconic Podcast, A Bintel Brief

    What happens when 4 Jews, nonetheless all podcasters, join over Zoom for an episode about Jewish culture and entertainment? Well, you get the JEWIEST banter and chutzpah, that's what!

    Join us for a fun and insightful kvetch session with the hosts of A Bintel Brief Podcast, Ginna Green and Lynn Harris. A Bintel Brief is your classic Jewish advice column, now in podcast format! The podcast is an extension of the long-standing (founded in 1897), iconic Jewish media outlet based in NYC, The Forward.

    The dialogues covered are plentiful and as we are 'ishy' Jews, we learn a lot from Ginna and Lynn and their rich perspectives/upbringing.

    And you don't need to be Jewish to enjoy this episode! We chat a lot about today's cultural landscape in general.

    Ginna & Lynn's Links:
    A Bintel Brief Podcast
    Uprise
    GOLD Comedy
    The Forward on Instagram (@jdforward)

    Pardon My Mind Links:
    YouTube
    Instagram (@pardonmymindpod)
    Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)
    Website

    • 1 hr 23 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Suze Brown ,

This show literally blows my mind

We all need to keep our minds “in shape” and I love how Rach and Hiiro have no problem talking about mental health and their guests come on the show being very transparent about how strengthening the mind helps them be better. It makes each any every episode super candid and makes you feel like you aren’t alone. We all struggle but not everyone has the courage to speak up!

Jules OK ,

A safe place

Hiiro and Rachel are pure souls and they are sharing their lives and challenges to help others and themselves find a better and happy life.

Don’t miss out.

TaTa Paré ,

Relatable

This podcast exceeded my expectations! I feel like it’s a show about finding relatability. The topics are all fascinating and I can relate in some way or another. From mental health to dating to marriage to sexuality to making life decisions to yoga to just giggling about something fun. The conversations can go from serious to silly and the transitions are great. All within the first 6 episodes!! Totally worth a listen.

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