IGNTD is a podcast channel focused on relationships and addiction, produced by Dr. Adi Jaffe and Sophie Jaffe. New episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Following the principles of radical transparency and F-Shame, IGNTD offers an honest exploration of life in the areas of relationships, mental health, and success.
Dr. Adi and Sophie Jaffe go deep, exploring topics that others usually shy away from. From intimacy and sex, to cheating and trust, all the way to death, drugs, spirituality, work, nutrition, the brain and success... they're talking about it all!
If you've been looking for a place that merges science, spirituality and storytelling, then you'll love going deep with us on the IGNTD channel.
Addiction Stories Live Q&A | Recovery
We asked, you voted! We're bringing back a live recording where live audience members shared their addiction/recovery stories and questions with us. You can look forward to questions like -
How do you help someone identify that they may be struggling with addiction?
How do i open the conversation about alternative recovery methods?
At what point does reintroduction (to the substance in question) make sense to someone who is struggling with addiction?
IGNTD Hero Recovery Pro
How I Cured My Diabetes with Brooklyn Borough President, Eric Adams | Relationships
Today is pretty exciting. We got the chance to get on the phone with the Borough President of Brooklyn, New York City, Eric Adams! Both in and out of his role as a politician, Eric does some absolutely incredible work
Full Moon Reading | Motivation
Kate Van Horn lays out a Tarot Spread for our IGNTD Community. Today's Motivation episode is encouraging us to take a deeper look at how we can harness the energy of the Full Moon to maximize her benefits, in order to have easier transitions, smoother changes, and stronger choices.
A Buddhist's Recovery from Addiction | Recovery
Noah Levine joined us a while back on the podcast on our Relationships series and it has so many juicy lessons for recovery that I wanted to share it on here with you all. Noah talks about buddhism, meditation, trauma, opiates, getting sober, and helping others do the same.
Marriage After Cheating & Other Partnership Truths| Going Deep
Since our first story podcast aired, we have updates! And we’re here to answer all the questions we’ve received from you. We know how much this episode has impacted you all and we’d would love to hear how this re-cap and update might be helping you have hope. We’ve been there, we’re here for you!
Love, Sophie + Adi
Mentioned In Podcast:
Full Episode: Our Story | Going Deep
Sexuality, Intimacy, & MDMA | Going Deep
Escaping Thanksgiving Binge | Motivation
Happy Thanksgiving, and happy Motivation Monday! Thanksgiving seems to be the one day of the year where it's acceptable (and expected) to binge eat. That's why we've brought Food Freedom Expert, Sloane Elizabeth, onto the podcast to talk about how to escape the urge to binge while eating with love and intuition. No diets, no rules, and no restrictions. Take this wisdom and apply it to your turkey dinner this Thursday and to every meal moving forward!
Customer ReviewsSee All
Sophie and Adi, I found your podcasts three months ago and I’m hooked. I listen every day on my early morning walks. I loved that the podcasts originated from your Shabbat dinners as some of my best conversations with friends and now my children resonate from that space. You guys individually and as a couple are so inspirational in helping people and so much of what you discuss speaks to me and my experiences. Moreover you’re so personable that I feel like I’m listening to friends rather than strangers on a podcast and even actually told my husband something you said thinking it was a friend who told me and only realizing it later that it was from you guys. Sophie I love the quote and now tell my kids all the time “if you’re bored it means you’re boring” so thank you additionally for that. Sending lots of love and gratitude - Ilana milstein
Stopped dead in my tracks, had to write my first podcast review ever
It’s not uncommon for me to have an “aha” moment while listening to Sophie and Adi, but while walking and listening to the latest episode (Going Deep from Oct 28), I stopped dead in my tracks on more than one occasion - my mind was blown and I needed to rewind to let certain points sink in. A lot of the rhetoric in the wellness world centers on having compassion for yourself, but this episode made me realize that I had taken that too concept too far. In the spirit of being compassionate with myself, I had stopped pushing myself out of my comfort zone, allowing myself to to take the lazy, easy path and then having compassion for my choice to stay comfortable. I listen to a lot of podcasts and have never written a review or gone back to read the show notes until now - this podcast activated me (to use Sophie’s word) to dig deeper into the concept of stretching and how I can apply it to different areas of my life. The metaphor of kindling the fire really resonated with me on so many levels. I love IGNTD and Sophie and Adi for always serving up realness. Thanks guys!
PS some of the topics from that particular episode reminded me of the book Stretch by Scott Sonenschein - I would recommend it to Sophie and Adi and anyone else looking for real world examples and research around this idea of “stretchiness”.
Words can’t explain how much I love this podcast
IGNTD podcast is so amazing and has something for everyone! I started listening after listening to Sophie on ALMOST30 podcast and loved listening to her and Adi’s story. I loved the raw honestly and that she included the good and bad.. and continued it with this podcast. Adi and Sophie balance each other out so well and don’t shy away from tough conversations. I loved this podcast before Quarantine but during quarantine it became therapeutic for me, and I couldn’t wait to listen each week. As someone who has struggled with depression, anxiety and is also in a 9 year relationship, I have learned so much from this podcast and them. It has helped me communicate my feelings so much better and being okay with what I’m feeling! I can’t say enough about it and this review doesn’t even do it justice! Everyone needs to listen! :)
THANK YOU xoxo