Chilled out conversations about mental health with some of your favourite people! A new episode every Tuesday (hopefully)
Hosted by Sana Khan and Azeem Banatwalla
Episode 6 - Alternative Therapy (feat. Abhishek Upmanyu & Digant Joshi)
In this episode, we have a chat with Abhishek Upmanyu and Digant Joshi to get a few opposing opinions about therapy and medication, and a few offbeat, interesting, and even creepy methods of alternative therapy. Also, we answer the question - can mental health problems be solved WITHOUT exercise and meditation?
This is our last episode for a while. We're working on making this podcast bigger and better. We'll be back soon :)
Episode 5 (Part 2) - Swipe Left on Toxic Love (feat. Aishwarya Mohanraj
Continuing where we picked off in part one, we get super intense, talking about emotional abuse in relationships. Sana makes some shocking admissions and we talk relationships in Game of Thrones.
Episode 5 (part 1) - Swipe Left on Toxic Love (feat. Aishwarya Mohanr
In our first ever two-part episode, we had a long and fascinating chat about toxic relationships with Aishwarya Mohanraj, and her journey to learning to stand up for herself. Part two coming soon!
Episode 4 - Find Yourself (feat. Kunal Rao)
We had a dinner date with comedian and wise monk, Kunal Rao to discuss self awareness and therapy experiences — the good, the bad and the ugly!
Episode 3 - Akele Hum, Akele Tum (feat. Prashasti Singh)
Do you feel lonely? Well, you're not alone. In this episode, we sat down with Prashasti Singh and talked about when, why, and how we feel lonely, and why "shaadi kar lo" isn't the solution. Also includes bonus content about single Japanese uncles.
Episode 2 - Does Monica Really Have OCD?
In this episode of Senti-Mental, we sat down with comic and writer Pavitra Shetty to talk about what it's like living with clinical Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (the real one), and have a vote to decide if Monica from Friends actually has OCD.
Fun and informative!
Love the funny take on mental health, yet talking and educating us on this serious issue with sensitivity. Good on you. Keep em coming.