4 episodes

"Empty Inside" is a podcast where host Jennette McCurdy talks with a different guest each episode, doing a deep dive into a specific topic. General topic areas are comedy, eating disorders, filmmaking, jealousy, therapy, and the crippling sense of doom we all face as we desperately try to fill the void within.

Empty Inside Jennette McCurdy

    • Self-Improvement
    • 4.9, 448 Ratings

"Empty Inside" is a podcast where host Jennette McCurdy talks with a different guest each episode, doing a deep dive into a specific topic. General topic areas are comedy, eating disorders, filmmaking, jealousy, therapy, and the crippling sense of doom we all face as we desperately try to fill the void within.

    eating disorder recovery

    eating disorder recovery

    in this episode of "empty inside", i talk with my friend (and soon-to-be clinical psychologist) talia mann about where we're at in our eating disorder recovery - plus diet culture, thin privilege, and the sensitivity of the ED community.
    episode recorded pre-covid.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    stage parents

    stage parents

    i talk with my friend david archuleta about our abusive stage parents, growing up mormon, and the cost of being in the public eye before you know yourself. check out david's new album THERAPY SESSIONS, available everywhere !

    • 37 min
    jealousy

    jealousy

    i talk with my friend juliette goglia about the worst quality we both have in common: jealousy. we talk about where jealousy shows up most in our lives (relationships), what we're doing to work on our jealousy (a nauseating amount of money in therapy), and what the root of our jealousy is (for me, trust issues that stem from a tumultuous upbringing. pin it all on that traumatic childhood!). episode recorded pre-covid.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Welcome

    Welcome

    What is Empty Inside about?  This is an introductory episode for the Empty Inside Podcast.

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
448 Ratings

448 Ratings

August Cruz ,

An Honest podcast

The podcast really digs into the heart of topics that most people are reluctant to discuss, which gives it a very raw and honest feel. I look forward to future episodes as I feel I can relate to most of the discussions in one way or another. - August Cruz

loserface45 ,

Not what I expected... but that’s a good thing!

This podcast is so insightful and vulnerable and could help a whole lot of people.

I really didn’t expect this podcast to be so intensely personal because I found it when Jeanette announced it with very little info about what it was. I thought, “cool, an actress from my childhood has a podcast among the thousands of podcast theatre out there. This should be funny and quirky.” It’s not that at all. From the title and the first few episodes that are up at the time of writing this review, I can see that it’s a deep dive into mental health and being okay with having hard conversations. It’s a much needed source of encouragement for those who feel alone with conversations that are sensitive, thought provoking, and uplifting. Despite the heaviness of the content, there is an air of levity that I appreciate. I already feel like just listening to this, I (and anyone else who may be dealing with a mental health issue) can feel like there’s “a way out”.

Thanks Jeanette McCurdy for this podcast. I hope it reaches the people that need it.

ELisTheBest ,

So good!

I love it and highly recommend it! So good for this twisted world. 😊

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