Mayim Bialik’s Breakdown is a quirky, informative, and interactive podcast breaking down the myths and misunderstandings about mental health and emotional well-being. Neuroscientist Mayim Bialik combines her academic background with vast personal experience to provide listeners with valuable practical advice focusing on removing the stigma surrounding mental health and encouraging an understanding of the mind-body connection. Nothing is off limits as Mayim breaks it down with an amazing collection of guests.
Gay, Sober and Fabulous with Leslie Jordan
Mayim explores the neurobiology and neuroanatomical differences between gay and straight men while the beloved comedian Leslie Jordan shares his personal struggles with crystal meth and alcoholism. He discusses growing up gay in the south at a time when no one talked about gay rights and he reflects on starting his first serious relationship in his 50s and how sobriety has allowed him access to aspects of his mental health and love life he had never experienced.
Comedy from Home Beats Anxiety with Grace Helbig
Mayim & Grace Helbig break down anxiety - why we have it and how it impacts many of us.
Grace takes us on a journey through her childhood as a young comedian and why she chose to become a "comedian from home." Grace also shares hilarious anecdotes about how she has managed her anxiety, her dating life, difficult conversations, and a flourishing career. Grace reveals her inspiration for pursuing a graduate degree in Depth psychology and puts on her doctor hat to offer Mayim and Jonathan some needed advice.
Introducing Mayim Bialik's Breakdown
Armed with a Phd in Neuroscience and plenty of personal experience, Mayim Bialik connects with special guests and breaks down the things that make us break down. Episodes include insightful interviews, personal stories, practical advice, and signs to watch out for. See www.bialikbreakdown.com to 'Ask Mayim Anything' and have a chance to get your question answered on air.
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Thank you thank you thank you! An educated woman talking about anxiety and panic attacks. I felt like I was listening to my BFF.
Thank you-I loved this podcast!
You and your friends journey are so helpful because I don’t feel so alone anymore.
Raised by a mom who had no time for me or my older sister. She was busy dealing with her new alcoholic husband.
I have some horrible memories of that time.
I have little to no good childhood memories.
With that said, I am in my 60’s, my kids avoid me, I have no close friends (we moved a lot growing up).
I never felt accepted by my mom.
My kids don’t need me anymore,(or so I feel), I got divorced after 32 years of marriage because I didn’t know why I SO depressed and lonely.
I know, I know, TMI. Counseling had been helpful but expensive.
I’m still looking for my peeps.
Never felt good about myself.
When abuse and neglect happened during early childhood, is there any hope? Any suggestions would be helpful and appreciated.
Still having trouble navigating this Journey.