36 episodes

Should I Get Bangs? is a podcast about breakdowns &. breakthroughs. Very sensitive comedian Giulia Rozzi, and often a notable guest, explore times that they emotionally cut their bangs, metaphorically (and sometimes literally). Giulia will also share tips on how she (tries) to stay sane and sometimes check in with a licensed therapist (who also happens to be her sister Elena) for expert insight. Mixing comedy and mental health, this show entertains and empathizes. Reach out at ShouldIGetBangsPod@gmail.com
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Should I Get Bangs‪?‬ Giulia Rozzi

    • Comedy
    • 5.0 • 52 Ratings

Should I Get Bangs? is a podcast about breakdowns &. breakthroughs. Very sensitive comedian Giulia Rozzi, and often a notable guest, explore times that they emotionally cut their bangs, metaphorically (and sometimes literally). Giulia will also share tips on how she (tries) to stay sane and sometimes check in with a licensed therapist (who also happens to be her sister Elena) for expert insight. Mixing comedy and mental health, this show entertains and empathizes. Reach out at ShouldIGetBangsPod@gmail.com
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    Episode 20: Safety with Baron Vaughn

    Episode 20: Safety with Baron Vaughn

    Comedian & actor Baron Vaughn opens up about trauma, feeling unsafe & how it affects him as a parent. He also shares what it was like growing up in Vegas in the 80s and having CPTSD (complex post traumatic stress disorder). Strongly encourage giving this episode a listen just for Baron's incredibly eloquent descriptions of what trauma feels like, he is an incredible wordsmith.
    Where to find guests:
    Baron on Twitter & Instagram: @barvonblaq
    Giulia on Twitter @giuliarozzi & Instagram @msgiuliarozzi

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Episode 16: Expression with Bri Pruett

    Episode 16: Expression with Bri Pruett

    Comedian Bri Pruett shares how a Tarot reading helped her find her voice. She and Giulia also discuss beauty standards, how to dress for comedy and a lot of witchy moon stuff.
    Where to find guests:
    Bri on Twitter & Instagram @bripruett
    Giulia on Twitter @giuliarozzi & Instagram @msgiuliarozzi

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 9: Assimilating with Aparna Nancherla

    Episode 9: Assimilating with Aparna Nancherla

    Comedian Aparna Nancherla chats about being raised by immigrants, eating disorders and anxiety. She and Giulia also bond over not being allowed to go to sleepovers as and kids and not wanting to go to parties as adults. Trigger warning: we discuss restricted eating & bulimia.
    Where to find guests:
    Aparna on Twitter & Instagram @aparnapkin
    Giulia on Twitter @giuliarozzi & Instagram @msgiuliarozzi
    Resources discussed on the show:
    Meditation Minis with Chel Hamilton: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/meditation-minis-podcast/id963597166
    The National Eating Disorders Association: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/where-do-i-start-0

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 15: Purpose with James Miles

    Episode 15: Purpose with James Miles

    Educator & former actor James Miles shares a major life change: switching careers. We also chat about social justice, escaping yourself and reminisce about when James was on Law & Order and Giulia was a real estate agent for 24 hours. This is an especially a great episode for anyone dealing with a common pandemic question "what do I do with my life now?"
    Where to find guests:
    James on Twitter & Instagram @Fresh_Professor
    Giulia on Twitter @giuliarozzi & Instagram @msgiuliarozzi
    Resources:
    Barbara Sher: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFZKb2HCZPQ

    • 1 hr
    Episode 18: Surviving with Clark Jones

    Episode 18: Surviving with Clark Jones

    Comedian & writer Clark Jones opens up about surviving loss, being an empath & getting irrationally mad when your take out order is wrong. Giulia and Clark also bond over having very clean (OCD) moms and take a stairs analogy as far as it can go. Clark is like a brother to Giulia so this episode gets real deep.
    Where to find guests:
    Clark Twitter & Instagram @theeclarkjones
    Giulia Twitter @giuliarozzi & Instagram @msgiuliarozzi

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 12: Crying with Amy Miller

    Episode 12: Crying with Amy Miller

    Comedian Amy Miller talks about what makes her cry & that one time she sobbed on stage. She also shares how comedy has made her more emotional, crying in front of her boyfriend & the affect of the movie Daylight. If you haven't cried in a while I hope this episodes inspires you to let out a good sob.
    Where to find guests:
    Amy: @amymiller on Twitter & @AmyMillerComedy on Instagram
    Giulia: @giuliarozzi on Twitter & @msgiuliarozzi on Instagram

    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

"Katie" Was Already Taken ,

A new favorite podcast

This podcast is a great combination of comedy and thoughtful discussions about emotions and the human experience. Giulia’s perspective as a new mom is something that personally resonates with me (I am also a new mom), and lets me know I’m not alone.

Alien Potato Popcorn ,

This show makes me like people

All of the guests sound so cool and interesting.
You would never think they struggle with confidence or body image or social anxiety etc. It is another reminder that you never know what is really going on with people and we are all just getting thru the day. Sensitive subjects handled with a perfect balance of levity and bravery. Smart show. Giulia’s final thoughts make me laugh. I loved the episode where she was reading a quote and at the end realized it wasn’t the quote she was looking for. The perfectionist in me would have edited that but she just left it in and it is a great example of why I enjoy hanging out with these people.

Rose Podcaster ,

Funny and insightful!

Interesting and thoughtful conversations with guests. I love the comedic take on so many important topics!

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