32 episodes

A podcast where hope, heartbreak and healing are found through letters. Have you ever wrote a cathartic letter to an ex, crush or unrequited love?
Letter to My Ex podcast is adapting to help with self-improvement, self-worth and your self-discovery. With beautiful pieces of mental health incoporated in some episodes, join in on being open and vulnerable.

Letter to My Ex Letter to My Ex

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 18 Ratings

A podcast where hope, heartbreak and healing are found through letters. Have you ever wrote a cathartic letter to an ex, crush or unrequited love?
Letter to My Ex podcast is adapting to help with self-improvement, self-worth and your self-discovery. With beautiful pieces of mental health incoporated in some episodes, join in on being open and vulnerable.

    Episode 31: Boundaries feat. Dr. Stephanie Wong

    Episode 31: Boundaries feat. Dr. Stephanie Wong

    Boundaries. What are they? How do you set them? Who are they for?Dr. Stephanie Wong is an Asian American, licensed clinical psychologist, entrepreneur, and founder and host of the award-winning, Color of Success Podcast.
    Topics discussed in this Boundaries episode include:- What is a boundary- Crossing boundaries- When to establish more boundaries- Boundaries vs. Consent- Millennials versus Gen Z boundaries - How to start setting boundaries
    I am not a boundary expert, so I am so grateful to have Dr. Stephanie here talking with Letter to My Ex Podcast about boundaries!! Let me know what boundaries you have set up for yourself!
    Find Dr. Stephanie Wong here:WebsiteInstagram: @color_of_success
    Also, check out this awesome Self Care Reflection Check-In !
    Links for Letter to My Ex:WebsiteInstagram/Tik-Tok : @lettertomyexpodcast
    Send your letter here: hello@lettertomyexpodcast.com

    • 17 min
    Episode 30: You don’t find yourself. You create yourself. Feat- Ashley Chung

    Episode 30: You don’t find yourself. You create yourself. Feat- Ashley Chung

    *Trigger Warning: Sexual abuse*
    May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!
    Growing up in a diverse household as well as in a white washed community, Ashley found it hard to embrace her Chinese side of who she is. Now that she is older, she looks back with more knowledge and pride of who she is now and where she is going in the future. Ashley shares the raw truth of her life growing up with identity issues and how she has healed from her traumas that have now strengthen her.
    In this episode:Asian American/ Chinese AmericanConfidence Identity issues Healing
    Are you trying to find who you are? One wonderful piece advice that Ashley gives is “You don’t find yourself. You create yourself.”
    Find Ashley here:Instagram: @pinkjadedragon
    Links for Letter to My Ex Podcast:hello@lettertomyexpodcast.comwww.lettertomyexpodcast.com

    • 31 min
    Episode 29: Be that stepping stone Feat- Remigio

    Episode 29: Be that stepping stone Feat- Remigio

    Rem is a mental health advocate who is trained in Suicide Awareness training, Mental Health First Aid Training and Wellness Recovery Action Plan. Rem also provides support to those in the Filipino Community.
    In this episode we will discuss:TriggersSuicide StatisticsSigns to look forWays to keep your mental health a priority
    Follow Rem on Instagram: @remigio_remeister
    Resources provided by Rem:PhilippinesNCMH Crisis Hotline: Provides free mental health support from Luzon to Mindanao. Reach them at 0917-899-USAP(8727) or 7-7-989-USAP (8727).
    USAIf you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. Call 1-800-273-8255. Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7 support via text message. Text HOME to 741741.
    As mentioned in this Podcast, help and resources are out there.Please call the numbers above. If you do not reside in either The United States of America or in the Philippines, please reach out and we’d be happy to help find a reliable resource for you to contact.

    • 26 min
    Bonus Episode: One Year Anniversary

    Bonus Episode: One Year Anniversary

    May the 4th be with you! I am so grateful to be here one year later, still producing episodes! I know there is still a lot to improve on but looking back has made me proud of how far I’ve come.
    Topics discussed in this episode include:- Analytics- 3 Podcasting Accomplishments- My Biggest Podcasting Tip
    Thank you to those who shared their vulnerability and courage on this podcast. Thank you to my audience for listening to me babble on and on haha - I appreciate you!
    Links for Letter to My Ex:lettertomyexpodcast@gmail.comwww.lettertomyexpodcast.com

    • 7 min
    Episode 28: Taking the time to understand who I am. Feat- Jr McMichael

    Episode 28: Taking the time to understand who I am. Feat- Jr McMichael

    Have you taken the time to be single and put the emotional baggage away before moving on to your next relationship?
    *Trigger Warning*: Mentions of addiction and attempted suicide.
    May is Mental Health Awareness and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!
    JR McMichael is a mental health advocate and co-host for The Conversation with the Love Yourself Foundation.He will talk about his two long-term relationships, therapy, hobbies and his coping mechanisms. As well as using therapy to take the time to talk, discuss and heal.
    Topics discussed in this episode include:
    Mental Health
    Therapy
    Relationships
    Asian American upbringing with dating, male vs. female
    Self-Love
    Self-Care/Hobbies
    Love yourself before you can love anybody else. Put in the work and the time to be a better person. Can you ask yourself, “Do I love myself?”
    Find JR here:Instagram @JrMcMichael
    Links for Letter to My Ex:lettertomyexpodcast@gmail.comwww.lettertomyexpodcast.com

    • 46 min
    Episode 27: Heartbreak happens to most of us, if not all of us.

    Episode 27: Heartbreak happens to most of us, if not all of us.

    Grateful for this podcast. Knowing that heartbreak doesn’t “see” color, gender or titles. Grateful for the hearts and vulnerability that are shared with me on this platform.
    Dear Self by Billy Chapata - Flowers on The Moon
    Have you ever written a letter to yourself?

    • 4 min

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18 Ratings

18 Ratings

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Love this show, voice and content is so soothing but personal and really reflective. Loved the “intentions” episode!

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Your soothing voice and empathetic delivery captivates every time. Such a special way to convey the journeys of love and heartbreak. Really put me in my feels. That’s how I knew it I’d love this pod! 🙏🏽❤️‍🩹🖤

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