Beyond Our Cells is a podcast hosted by Taylor Camille highlighting the stories and experiences of those living outside of the limitations of their conditions. Living with Sickle Cell, Taylor’s attempts at hiding her invisible disease and coping with the feelings of otherness has inspired the creation of this podcast. In an effort to seek peace, discussions center on our learned ability to maintain an identity that surpasses the barriers of health conditions which often try to disrupt our peace and overwhelm our spirit. New episodes every Wednesday. Follow @beyondourcells on Instagram and Twitter. Transcripts available on Medium, https://bit.ly/3gjpIMl
We're wrapping season 2 with a discussion on peace and gratitude. Practicing gratitude can be difficult, but talking to family helps.
A Vulnerable Voicemail
Taylor Camille shares one of the last voicemails from her late father as he neared the end of his journey with prostate cancer.
Activism & Albinism with Roben X
Anti-bullying advocate and rapper, Roben X talks about life with albinism and how he has learned to express himself through his music.
Mental Health From The Heart with Halim Ali
Halim Ali, a Denver-based mental health educator and advocate has cultivated From The Heart to uplift his community from mental illness through workshops rooted in collective healing.
Alopecia Awareness with Gabriel Carter
On his blog, Cheltenham Ave, Gabriel Carter discusses what it’s like learning self-love and how to live well with the stress of a changing appearance due to alopecia. In this episode we discuss many of those same topics and learn Gabriel's definition of masculinity.
#BeatCancerThenRide with Timothy Mitchell
Timothy Mitchell is a husband, father, former landscaper turned truck driver, avid motorcyclist and colon cancer survivor who started the hashtag #BeatCancerThenRide to document his journey with cancer and inform others of his experience.
A great listen from a great listener
Taylor Camille knows whats up. She’s compassionately curious and let’s me as a listen come along for the ride. Thank you.
Fresh Voice in Untold Health Stories
Taylor Camille has uncovered a unique niche and found a way to talk about the scary health stuff that no one seems to want to touch. She features women whose stories haven’t been heard anywhere else and her style is curious and informative, yet conversational and quippy. Great storytelling. A must listen for anyone who’s curious or trying to understand their own condition.