Join Neisha as she discusses hot topics and personal experiences in a fun and unfiltered way.
The Social Media Drug
Should we treat social media as a drug? Is there an addiction we should be addressing? And if so, why are our children exposed to something that could be harmful to their mental health. In this episode we talk about Facebook Instagram YouTube and Tiktok and ask the question..." Who's responsibility is it to protect ourselves and our children?"
The journey from Registered Nurse to YouTuber, and new career change. Feeling fulfilled with our jobs isn't something that is instilled into our culture. Making money is usually the name of the game. But is that enough?
Story Time : There and Back Again
Neisha tells the story of how becoming a mother changed her perspective on true Happiness and Success. From hating the small town life to never wanting to leave - hear how the life she thought she wanted, wasn't what she needed.
It's too much...
In this episode Neisha dives into the way we have consumed mass amounts of tragedy via social media and how that could be affecting us all.
Welcome to the Neisha Uncensored Podcast. In this episode Neisha Salas-Berry tells you what you can expect from this Real Raw and Random Podcast.
Ashley Nicole LPN
Everything you mentioned in your story is so much identical to my own, from the very beginning. I truly love how relatable and real you are! I, too plan on advancing my career to RN. I can be bigger and better than I ever thought possible.
Love how real you are!! Keep it up girl!!
Social Media Episode
I’m so concerned about social media as well. I remember watching my friends kids dancing to these songs about selling drugs and killing people for tiktoc and they are 7 and 8! I don’t have children yet, unfortunately, but social media and the influence it has on kids frightens me. It almost seems like they are brainwashed.
Couldn’t agree more about the “kid who has it all” in high school is now an idea that bombards is all, kids and adults, on social media and it makes people seem unreal, have unattainable qualities, and it makes all people feel bad and lesser. Thanks for discussing this Neisha.
I just don’t know if I agree with what you said about giving kids social media at 16. My husband agrees with you but it just seems like it’s even dangerous for kids at that age, but how can you be the person who entirely isolated your kids so the kid won’t know how to function in the world later on. I wish we could all isolate ourselves from it lol