13 episodes

This podcast won’t solve all your problems, but it WILL go through them with you. Radhi Devlukia brings you a new weekly show called A Really Good Cry, a space where we can embrace the real, the messy and the beautiful parts of life that can be difficult to digest alone, together. Tune in for a good ole’ laugh, maybe shed a tear or two, and join a community where you can have a really good cry!

There's no small talk here, we are diving straight in and it’s gonna get real. Whether it’s raw, unfiltered conversations, debate and discussions of different perspectives and life experiences or going on an emotional rollercoaster. A Really Good Cry is there for you to learn, connect, and find comfort together - that allows us to see the world and ourselves with a new perspective. 

Some episodes will also feature surprise guests, including celebrities, scientists, experts and more. New episodes drop every Tuesday. Tag @areallygoodcry on Instagram with your best crying face for a chance to be featured on our social media channels. Like, comment and follow @areallygoodcry on Instagram if you want the chance to be featured on episodes. You can also subscribe to get exclusive and bonus content. Radhi will give listeners the opportunity to be part of the show by responding to dms, comments, questions and more. 

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    • Health & Fitness

This podcast won’t solve all your problems, but it WILL go through them with you. Radhi Devlukia brings you a new weekly show called A Really Good Cry, a space where we can embrace the real, the messy and the beautiful parts of life that can be difficult to digest alone, together. Tune in for a good ole’ laugh, maybe shed a tear or two, and join a community where you can have a really good cry!

There's no small talk here, we are diving straight in and it’s gonna get real. Whether it’s raw, unfiltered conversations, debate and discussions of different perspectives and life experiences or going on an emotional rollercoaster. A Really Good Cry is there for you to learn, connect, and find comfort together - that allows us to see the world and ourselves with a new perspective. 

Some episodes will also feature surprise guests, including celebrities, scientists, experts and more. New episodes drop every Tuesday. Tag @areallygoodcry on Instagram with your best crying face for a chance to be featured on our social media channels. Like, comment and follow @areallygoodcry on Instagram if you want the chance to be featured on episodes. You can also subscribe to get exclusive and bonus content. Radhi will give listeners the opportunity to be part of the show by responding to dms, comments, questions and more. 

    Is Your Help Doing More Harm Than Good? Signs It's Time to Stop Helping Someone

    Is Your Help Doing More Harm Than Good? Signs It's Time to Stop Helping Someone

    How much help is too much?
    This question hits close to home for many of us. We all want to be there for our friends and family, but there comes a point where we need to step back. 
    Offering too much help can end up making them dependent on us, preventing them from learning to stand on their own. 
    It's all about finding that middle ground – being supportive without taking away their chance to learn and grow independently.
    Today, let's explore the idea of figuring out when our help might be excessive, and whether it's causing any negative impacts on us or the person we're assisting. We've all been in situations where we give a lot without receiving the same in return. To handle this, we need to understand what genuine support truly means. 
    Always remember that there are times when you don't have to be the hero for everyone. Sometimes, it's important to take care of yourself first before reaching out to help others.
    What We Discuss:00:00 Intro 00:29 The Savior Complex06:49 How do you know if you’re helping someone too much?13:54 Are you helping them get better or make themselves feel better?16:07 What you want for someone is not necessarily what they want18:57 Are you invited to help?21:18 Pathological altruism26:38 What if helping is harming you?30:00 True support
    Follow Radhi:https://www.instagram.com/radhidevlukia/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWe9A4kMf9V_AHOXkGhCzQhttps://www.facebook.com/radhidevlukia1/https://www.tiktok.com/@radhidevlukia
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 34 min
    Louise Hazel: Fitness Misconceptions - What it Means to Get Into the Best Shape of Your Life

    Louise Hazel: Fitness Misconceptions - What it Means to Get Into the Best Shape of Your Life

    Strong is the new beautiful, but how can women truly embrace their power?
    Today, I welcome Louise Hazel, a heptathlete and fitness professional. She gained recognition for her athletic achievements, including competing in the heptathlon, which consists of seven track and field events. 
    In this episode of A Really Good Cry, Lou and I cover many topics, from why lifting weights is way more than just a workout to busting myths about strength training. But that's not all! We also talked about how our bodies have their own seasons, and why it's a good thing to really listen to them. 
    Ever wondered what to eat before and after hitting the gym? We talked about that too! We also shared our experience of surrounding ourselves with a supportive community for growth. 
    Lastly, we shared a candid conversation about dealing with tough times and finding strength in letting go. So, grab a cozy spot, maybe a cup of tea, and join me and Louise for a chat that's as heartwarming as a good friend's hug.
    What We Discuss:
    00:00 Intro 01:13 Strength training for women 03:53 The biggest misconception in weight training 06:21 Aesthetics is not athletics 10:58 What it takes to achieve your body goal 19:02 Macronutrients 22:12 Building muscle while losing weight 24:27 What to do if you can’t afford personal trainers? 28:45 Our bodies cycle through seasons 30:28 Listen to your body  32:12 Pre and post-workout meal 40:48 Body positivity 49:31 Embracing transformation 55:48 Quick fitness and workout questions 57:42 Sacrifices to reach goals 1:01:00 Building a community for growth and transformation 1:08:14 Coping with grief through surrendering 1:19:49 Retreating to come back stronger 1:22:57 Go-to emotional release 1:24:32 What type of crier are you? Follow Lou:
    https://www.instagram.com/louisehazel/ https://www.facebook.com/LouiseHazel/ https://www.instagram.com/slayathletic/ https://open.spotify.com/show/35UovsfJZfat5xU6r6i55b?si=a6d7040d89b94803 https://www.slayathletic.com/ Follow Radhi:
    https://www.instagram.com/radhidevlukia/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWe9A4kMf9V_AHOXkGhCzQ https://www.facebook.com/radhidevlukia1/ https://www.tiktok.com/@radhidevlukia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Breaking the Cycle of Family Trauma: How to Create New Thought Patterns and Communicate Authentically

    Breaking the Cycle of Family Trauma: How to Create New Thought Patterns and Communicate Authentically

    How many relationships could be saved by a single honest conversation?
    Assumptions can be silent relationship killers, creeping into our interactions and creating unnecessary barriers.  In this episode of A Really Good Cry, we dive into how unspoken assumptions can drive people apart and how open communication can bring them back together.
    We’ll also explore why we make assumptions, how they affect our lives, and offer practical tips to break the habit. Discover how challenging your assumptions can lead to stronger, more genuine connections.
    Tune in to learn how questioning your assumptions can transform your relationships for the better.
    What We Discuss:
    00:00 Intro 00:47 Resolving family drama  02:24 The problem with taking assumption as truth 03:55 Why do we have assumptions? 06:43 How do you stop yourself from making assumptions? 09:09 Everything is not about you 10:24 Let go of your fear of discomfort 13:07 Assumptions can ruin relationships 15:44 How honest conversations can transform your relationship 17:15 Give someone the benefit of your doubt 19:05 “Humans have the need to know…” 21:05 What to do when you find yourself assuming? Follow Radhi:
    https://www.instagram.com/radhidevlukia/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWe9A4kMf9V_AHOXkGhCzQ https://www.facebook.com/radhidevlukia1/ https://www.tiktok.com/@radhidevlukia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 31 min
    Alok Vaid-Menon: Accepting Yourself - How to Not Let the Judgement of Others Mold Who You Are

    Alok Vaid-Menon: Accepting Yourself - How to Not Let the Judgement of Others Mold Who You Are

    Real compassion breaks down the barriers that divide us. It's not just about doing nice things, it's about creating a safety net of care. True compassion blurs the lines between "me" and "you." It's about understanding that we're all connected and that looking out for each other is what really matters.
    Today, I welcome Alok Vaid-Menon, a writer, performer, and advocate known for their activism in the LGBTQ+ community. They're recognized for their insightful discussions on gender, identity, and social justice. Alok's work often challenges societal norms and perceptions, aiming to promote acceptance and equality for all genders. Their powerful storytelling and performances resonate with audiences worldwide, sparking important conversations about inclusivity and self-expression.
    In this episode of A Really Good Cry, Alok and I talked about how they were able to live authentically and how they found confidence through writing. We also explore finding beauty in the little things and how we connect in this digital world. Alok shares insights on dealing with hate using compassion and where all that hate might actually come from.
    Make sure to sit back and relax as you listen to this insightful and inspiring conversation with Alok! 
     
    What We Discuss:
    00:00 Intro 00:29 Living authentically 02:15 Finding confidence through writing 06:17 Growing up different in Texas 08:24 Cultural influence on parenting 14:20 Appreciating parent’s sacrfices 16:34 The beauty in the mundane 20:24 Connection and community in a digital age 24:35 Handling hate with compassion 29:44 Where does hate come from? 33:33 What is true compassion? 39:38 Embracing every emotion in our growth 48:27 The intersection of religion, spirituality, and gender 52:19 Balancing masculine and feminine energies 55:52 Living your truth 58:12  Love across religious divides 1:01:14 The last time Alok had a good cry 1:04:12 What kind of crier is Alok? Follow Alok:
    https://www.alokvmenon.com/ https://www.instagram.com/alokvmenon/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG_G2mCoGdNUIOPaPrgorHg https://www.tiktok.com/@alokvmenon Follow Radhi:
    https://www.instagram.com/radhidevlukia/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWe9A4kMf9V_AHOXkGhCzQ https://www.facebook.com/radhidevlukia1/ https://www.tiktok.com/@radhidevlukia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    What Your Gut Health Says About You: 5 Changes You Can Make to Improve Your Gut

    What Your Gut Health Says About You: 5 Changes You Can Make to Improve Your Gut

    Ever heard of the saying, “Listen to your gut?”
    Your gut health plays a pivotal role in your overall well-being, influencing everything from digestion and nutrient absorption to immune function and even mood regulation.
    It's like a second brain residing in your abdomen, communicating with your body in ways we're only beginning to understand.
    Today, let's dive deep into simple yet effective ways to maintain a healthy gut. We'll cover practical tips for improving digestion and highlight common foods that can naturally enhance your gut health. We'll also touch on recognizable signs that might indicate if you're experiencing any gut-related issues.
    By following these tips and incorporating digestion-friendly foods into your diet, you're taking a positive step towards a healthier gut and a happier version of yourself.
     
    What We Discuss:
    00:00 Everything is linked to our gut 01:07 What is gut health? 02:01 Signs of gut issues 05:56 Your body cleanses your insides at night 07:22 Tip #1: Control your sugar intake 13:54 Tip #2: Eat the rainbow - have a variety of natural foods in different colors 21:38 Tip #3: Stop drinking cold water 25:10 Tip #4: Incorporate spice in your food 29:10 Tip #5: Avoid eating raw foods 32:13 We have a responsibility to look after our health Follow Radhi:
    https://www.instagram.com/radhidevlukia/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWe9A4kMf9V_AHOXkGhCzQ https://www.facebook.com/radhidevlukia1/ https://www.tiktok.com/@radhidevlukia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 34 min
    Deepica Mutyala & Francia Raísa: Single, Married, or It’s Complicated? Society’s Expectations on Women and How To Find Your Identity Beyond the Stereotypes

    Deepica Mutyala & Francia Raísa: Single, Married, or It’s Complicated? Society’s Expectations on Women and How To Find Your Identity Beyond the Stereotypes

    30, flirty, and single??
    Today, Radhi welcomes two of her amazing best friends to A Really Good Cry, Francia Raisa and Deepica Mutyala! 
    In this episode they openly discuss the joys and challenges of their friendship, highlighting the importance of genuine connections and the power of sisterhood. Francia and Deepica also share their personal journeys of defying these expectations and finding happiness in their own paths, proving that life doesn't always follow society's timelines.
    Tune in to this captivating episode and witness the magic that happens when authentic friendships and personal transformations come together.
    What We Discuss:
    00:00 Intro 04:18 Being single-shamed 11:08 Choosing not to have kids 13:08 It’s okay to change your mind 14:14 Growing on your own first 18:09 Changing the social norms  20:38 Trusting yourself first, gain confidence after 22:51 Handling negative comments 24:40 Embracing every season of your life 29:40 “Don’t set yourself up for failure…” 33:12 Having a community and surrounding yourself with good people 40:22 Fear of doing something first 41:17 Masculine and feminine qualities in relationships 45:27 Definition of man and masculinity in dating 49:07 Financial responsibility in relationships 51:33 Be okay with your partner’s vulnerability 54:04 What makes a woman? 1:00:05 Qualities of a good friend 1:12:27 Check up on all your friends 1:14:44 How to handle unrequested opinions 1:20:18 Gossiping in relationships 1:27:12 Things to work on to become a better friend 1:34:03 Communicate with your friends better 1:39:53 Be open to new friendships 1:48:36 What type of crier are you? Follow Francia:
    https://www.instagram.com/franciaraisa/ https://www.facebook.com/TheRealFranciaRaisa/ https://www.tiktok.com/@franciaraisa Follow Deepica:
    https://www.instagram.com/deepica/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbK1O-GSEDwjdSO5udBVrxQ https://www.linkedin.com/in/deepica-mutyala-0a063711/ https://www.facebook.com/deepica/ Follow Radhi:
    https://www.instagram.com/radhidevlukia/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWe9A4kMf9V_AHOXkGhCzQ https://www.facebook.com/radhidevlukia1/ https://www.tiktok.com/@radhidevlukia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 hr 55 min

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