Asia Alston and Mario Hines dive deep into the taboo field of mental health in sports.
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Episode 28: Tired of Talking About Mental Health: The Finale
On this week's episode, are Asia and Mario saying goodbye? Our hosts go in-depth about the highs, lows, joys, and challenges of Season 2 including behind the scenes insight. Asia reveals her plans for the future while Mario gives a peak into his thoughts on his upcoming fatherhood and what it all means to the future of the podcast. Big changes to come in 2020.
3:15 - Give It Up
4:40 - Season 2 Recap
6:00 - Mental Health Overload
11:35 - Boundaries and Changing Minds
18:50 - Giving All Of Your Authentic Self
36:55 - One Hard Truth
53:18 - Closing Out
Did Ya Bring Ya Lil Friend Too Soon? Thanksgiving and Mental Health
On this week's episode, Asia and Mario answer the important question of when is the best time to bring your partner to Thanksgiving for the first time. Plus our hosts share Thanksgiving stories and, of course, what they are most thankful for this year.
3:15 - Give It Up
6:11 - Asia and Mario's Thanksgiving Adventure
14:03 - Ya Lil Friend
16:28 - The 'Take A Walk Break'
18:03 - Consider The Characters
22:41 - Choosing The Family Visit
29:30 - Expectations of This Thanksgiving
31:10 - Close out and well wishes
Episode 26 (S2E8): Hope Is Not A Strategy
On this week's episode of Talk About It: The Mental Health Podcast, Asia and Mario give tips on how to turn hope into action by executing SMART Goals. Never give up hope but hope without a plan is like running a marathon on a treadmill.
4:10 - Give It Up
8:51 - Hope Does Not Equal Action
11:20- Pursuit of Happyness/Jaden Smith
12:28 - S.M.A.R.T.
14:06 - Measurable
15:10 - Achievable
18:40 - Are You Afraid To Set Goals For Yourself
22:15 - Failure is Feedback
24:50 - Falling Short Doesn't Freeze Me
28:15 - How Far Would You Drive Without Street Signs
Episode 25 (S2E7): Why Am I So Tired From Doing What I Love?
Have you ever heard the saying "I want a life that I don't have to take a vacation from." How about "do what you love so it never feels like work." But are these realistic for your mental health? This week Mario and Asia discuss being tired from and, sometimes, tired of doing what you love. Marshawn Lynch. Summer Walker, and mental fatigue.
2:00 - Give It Up
5:00 - I am TIRED
19:00 - Leave it at the door?
21:05 - Summer Walker
25:16 - Drake got booed
37:00 - Action steps to re-energize yourself
42:13 - Wrap up
Episode 24 (S2E6): How To Experience A Scorpio
Happy Scorpio season! This week, our very own Scorpio hosts, Asia and Mario talk about the impact of Scorpio season and the ways to best experience a Scorpio close to you. We also shout out some of our favorite Scorpio celebs and athletes!
Episode 23 (S2E5): 10 Things To Do Before 2020
Must do list before the end the decade. Asia and Mario give 10 tips to set yourself up for a healthy end to 2019 and a clearer start to 2020.
This is an amazing podcast
This podcast is an essential service and one that I have appreciated greatly. If we are fortunate enough to continue to have access to these podcasts, I think everyone listening will continue to grow, however these podcasts have also built a basis to allow for our own individual self growth. What you listen to is a form of sustenance and these podcasts really help to feed the soul.
Great podcast-much needed
Love the podcast! Looking forward to season 2 episodes.. I love the openness and the chemistry you have with each other. I find myself nodding my head yes .. saying yep, that’s right..lol Keep up the good work!
AUTHENTIC + NECESSARY!!!
Those are the first two words that come to mind when I listen to these episodes. Not only do Mario and Asia have an AMAZING flow of energy throughout, but they are also CONSISTENTLY providing important discussion topics and content that is transparent, informative, and relevant to the times. HIGHLY recommended for anyone looking to build language/dialogue around mental health as individuals and communities.