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Tell Me About It is the podcast manifestation of all the “off-the-record” conversations we’ve had with other women about things we’re taught to stay silent about -- from stumbling through our twenties, rejections, heartbreaks, fertility struggles, mental health challenges, mistakes, and the cringey shame spirals that keep us up at night. Host Jade Iovine and her guests challenge the idea of social media perfected lives and get very real about all the less-than-perfect and inevitable s****y moments we all go through. Tell Me About It is here to remind us that we’re not alone… and that the women we constantly compare ourselves to ALSO have lives that are far from perfect.

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Tell Me About It is the podcast manifestation of all the “off-the-record” conversations we’ve had with other women about things we’re taught to stay silent about -- from stumbling through our twenties, rejections, heartbreaks, fertility struggles, mental health challenges, mistakes, and the cringey shame spirals that keep us up at night. Host Jade Iovine and her guests challenge the idea of social media perfected lives and get very real about all the less-than-perfect and inevitable s****y moments we all go through. Tell Me About It is here to remind us that we’re not alone… and that the women we constantly compare ourselves to ALSO have lives that are far from perfect.

    If You Could Taste The Moon with JADE (+ Catherine!)

    If You Could Taste The Moon with JADE (+ Catherine!)

    We’re cooking up something different for you guys this week on TMAI. This week I decided to let my wedding-stressed brain fly free and give you one of the most random episodes this show has ever seen. 

     

    I’ve been collecting some of the greatest (and, arguably, weirdest) questions to ask people you're getting to know, meeting for the first time, or have known forever. Valentine's Day is coming up, maybe you have a couple first dates on the horizon, maybe your New Year's resolution was to make more friends and you’re looking for some ice-breakers to have on hand in case there’s one too many awkward silences? If any of these things apply to you…LOOK NO FURTHER my fellow socially anxious friends, I have a solution!

     

    We also talk about emotional metabolisms, the best documentaries I’ve ever seen, and why I suck at starting new things.

    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/

     

    Executive Producer Nick Stumpf

    Produced by Catherine Law

    Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 36 min
    Alone Together w/ Jade (+ Catherine!)

    Alone Together w/ Jade (+ Catherine!)

    Catherine and I are back (in bed) and ready to commiserate like the good lord intended! Over the holidays I made a list of everything I wanted to vent to you guys about and we almost couldn’t fit it all in one episode. The juice is loose, the tea is spilled, and Catherine and I covered everything from what’s definitely “out” in 2023 how to deal with cheating rumors, going through people’s phones, friendship disappointment, and SO SO much more. I’m so excited for you to hear this one, it’s filled to the brim with the most brutal kind of honesty, the kind I know only you guys will understand….

    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/

     

    Executive Producer Nick Stumpf

    Produced by Catherine Law

    Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 53 min
    Badass Lessons From Kimora Lee Simmons

    Badass Lessons From Kimora Lee Simmons

    She’s a mogul, a model and best of all she’s a mom. If you get that reference from Kimora: Life in The Fab Lane, then we can be best friends because that show was, and is, everything to me. 

     

    Kimora, whether she likes it or not, is made for reality TV. And as a Housewives fanatic, I had to beg her one last time to see if there is any chance she would ever agree to be on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills… and on this episode, we’ll finally get an answer. We talked about female friendships and romantic relationships, and Kimora gives us alllllll the lessons that she, as she put it, had to learn “the hard way”.

     

    We discussed the concept of emasculating a partner, shrinking behind the power and control of someone you love, knowing when enough is enough, and how to maintain your independence by any and all means necessary. As most of us know, Kimora gives it to you straight, no chaser - and she brought that same iconically blunt energy into our conversation. 

     

    In this episode she gives us the pump-up pep talk of our dreams, and explains how she took her childhood growing up with a single mom, where she felt inherently “different”, and spun it into becoming the strong, unshakable force of nature we see when we look at Kimora today. 

    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/

     

    Executive Producer Nick Stumpf

    Produced by Catherine Law

    Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    It’s The Most Triggering Time of The Year w/ JADE (and Catherine!)

    It’s The Most Triggering Time of The Year w/ JADE (and Catherine!)

    Welcome, welcome, welcome to our last episode until 2023!!!

     

    I invited Catherine to shoot the sh*t with me one last time before this year ends and well, we came ready and rageful.

     

    We talked about our experiences confronting friends, family, and even strangers, betraying ourselves, nostalgia about the way our holidays used to be, how an argument I had made me feel weird for a week straight, why having an avoidant attachment style impacts all our relationships, and my theory about responding to text messages.

     

    I’ll miss you but fear not, we’ll be reunited and back with brand spankin’ new episodes on January 10th!

     

    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/

     

    Executive Producer Nick Stumpf

    Produced by Catherine Law

    Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert


    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 37 min
    Doin’ Our Best w/ Kelsea Ballerini

    Doin’ Our Best w/ Kelsea Ballerini

    This title really speaks to my vibe this month, hanging on for dear life through the holiday season, just doin’ my damn best…

     

    BUT I’m so insanely excited for you guys to hear today’s episode with country pop sensation Kelsea Ballerini!

     

    She’s my people-pleasing, perfectionist, anxious 29-year-old soul-sister who struggles in ways I know we can all relate to. We had an incredibly honest and real conversation, so much so that I think we both forgot we were recording a podcast for thousands of people to hear. 

     

    We talked about her whirlwind of a year, releasing a chart-topping album (go listen to it, it's amazing…) and announcing her divorce shortly thereafter.

     

    She confessed how she’s really feeling these days and how she’s navigating this transition in real time. She is a hero for being so open and I know her honesty about this tricky topic is going to set so many other women free of the shame and stigma of divorce at 29 or at any age, quite frankly. 

     

    We analyzed our chronic people pleasing, female friendships and how her friendships with other famous people have changed in recent years. We talked about the absolute worst moment she’s had online, the various types of hate she gets today, and of course why being an empath can royally suck sometimes.

     

    Kelsea is giving a voice to people who have to make this objectively hard decision to choose themselves at an age when we’re conditioned to believe we should have it “all figured out”–I’m forever grateful to her and I loved every second of our conversation. 

     

    Listen to Kelsea’s album Subject to Change here. 

     

    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/

     

    Executive Producer Nick Stumpf

    Produced by Catherine Law

    Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 43 min
    How Grief Stole Christmas

    How Grief Stole Christmas

    I don’t know how we got here so quickly, but it’s officially December, and we’re knee-deep in the holidays. While the holidays are a time for celebrating and festive feelings, for most, it’s impossible to think of the holidays without missing someone. This time of year can remind us of people who aren’t in our lives any more and those who have passed away and it can be daunting to try to balance Christmas cheer with the emotions that accompany crippling grief. 

     

    SO, I thought this was the perfect time for us to talk to grief advocate Marisa Renee Lee. 

     

    But let me preface this by saying...This episode is definitely not just for someone who’s in the midst of their own grief, it's JUST as much for those of us who love someone going through it. We always want so desperately to say or do the right thing by them, but it’s easy to feel that anything we might say or do falls short. And in this episode, Marisa gives us concrete advice on how to comfort a friend, as well as what not to do.

     

    Marisa Renee Lee is a called-upon grief advocate, entrepreneur, and bestselling author of "Grief is Love: Living with Loss." If you ask me, I think this book should be read by absolutely everyone.

     

    Dubbed "the friend we all wish we had in times of need", Marisa uses research-based wisdom to help us navigate the complicated and dark emotions we face when experiencing loss.

     

    In addition to her work in the grief space, Lee is a former appointee in the Obama White House and CEO of Beacon Advisors, a mission-driven consulting firm primarily focused on racial equity, former managing director of My Brother's Keeper Alliance; co-founder of the digital platform Supportal; and founder of The Pink Agenda, a national organization dedicated to raising money for breast cancer care, research, and awareness.

     

    In this episode Marisa explains:

     


    What different flavors of grief actually feel like 
    How to support a grieving friend and, most importantly, what NOT to say/do…
    Anticipatory grief 
    Why you should continue the relationship with a person who has passed - how to do it 
    The differences between grieving someone who died unexpectedly/suddenly and someone dying from a long illness 

     

    Check out Marisa’s book here.

     

    Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/

     

    Executive Producer Nick Stumpf

    Produced by Catherine Law

    Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 hr 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
159 Ratings

159 Ratings

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Love love love

Other podcasts have become insufferable sometimes but this one is so funny and wanted to post to let Jade and company know they make my day better and continue to podcast!!

bcamp11 ,

😍😍😍😍😍😍

Jade and Catherine make a fantastic team, the interviews are incredible!!!, some episodes had been aha moments that I have been able to apply in my daily life, I have learned so much, thank you girls, keep up the good work!!!

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I find myself laughing out loud and responding to all the things.

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