Just a anxious teen sharing her experiences in the hopes that others will learn and feel less alone in this world that teaches us there is shame in talking about our feelings or struggling. A safe space where mental health in teenagers isn’t a taboo but is real and raw, oh and most importantly by a teen who understands (or tries her best to).
season number ... 2! featuring affirmations
In this episode Sara lists a ton of coping mechanisms and affirmations for different types of mental health. In this first episode to the second season of this podcast Sara hopes that you guys have been taking care of yourselves and hopes that you all are happy and healthy. She is back and so is his podcast get ready for us every week! Enjoy!
dealing with rejection
hey guys it’s been a while be kind to yourselves. we will be back next week with coping mechanisms :)
meds update + my coping mechanisms for a crazy couple of weeks
In this episode Sara speaks about how the world has been crazy the past two weeks. From college applications to the election to everything else going on she wants you guys to make sure you take time for yourselves. She also speaks about how everything is going on her new medication after about a month, and how she personally has been implementing coping mechanisms recently.
meds! are! not! something! to! be! ashamed! of!
In this episode Sara talks about medication from the biology behind them to the picture society paints. She said emphasizes that medication can be a viable option and isn’t something to be ashamed of.
a quick reminder to check in with yourself :)
In this short episode Sara asks the questions and you reflect on how your mental health is doing in the moment. An episode to refer back to you whenever you need to check in with yourself.
100 more reasons to stay + its ok to have bad days
In this weeks episode Sara states 100 more reasons to stay (If you guys want to hear the first set of 100 it is the second episode). She also speaks about having bad days and describes one that she has recently experienced. She hopes through these conversations you guys can find parallels to your life and understand better that it is ok to not be ok sometimes.