Emotions Avenue provides a platform that directly targets creating awareness as regards the quality of mental health among Africans. It gives a voice to the voiceless and provides an avenue that allows people’s stories to be told through them anonymously and otherwise. In as much as this podcast cannot act as a substitute for therapy, it brings hope, sensitization to mental health issues, room for amplification of voices and an escape from our everyday struggles with the inclusion of a little bit of humor .
Dealing With Loss;Loosing a Loved One.
why are we so awkward around death? Why do we find talking about death so hard? Why are we uncomfortable around people who are grieving? Or preferring to ignore them rather than confront what had happened.
As sad and as “it’s not my portion” as it may sound, we are all going to loose someone we love eventually or die ourselves, it’s inevitability is a constant that will reach us all.., so why does talking about it seem like a taboo in many social constructs? This episode was designed to challenge that, show people that even tho they might feel cut off from humanity and alone in their pain, they are not and that there is a way through loosing someone even tho they might have been the reason life was worth living......there is hope. Also we are immensely grateful to the individuals that were a part of this episode, it must not have been easy to recount their experiences, this episode is Yours❤️
Dealing With Loss; Loosing Money.
In this episode, Amara and Stefan talk about loosing money, how it affects people and how they can cope with it, using real life stories.
The Not So Introductory Episode
welcome to the “Not so introductory episode” ‘cause we did say much more than our names. From narrating the story of Mr X to talking about how everybody seems to be living the good life. Stay tuned and listen to Amara and Stefan go in to detail on what this podcast is sure to offer.
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