Living through unprecedented times is tough, why wing it alone when we can wing it together!
The Mindful & Messy Podcast is a show about the good, the bad and the ugly experiences that shape our spirituality, mental health and everything in between.
Each episode my guests and I will be sharing our thoughts and experiences about something we’re currently learning and growing through.
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Part 2: The Aftermath
In this final episode of the season, we finish off with Part 2 on Grief. We chat about the new normal after the death of a loved one, the losses after the loss with changing family and friend dynamics and Posttraumatic Growth.
Grief: The Initial Shock
Grief is scary and sucky, I share on what my experiences have been and what I’ve learned in the past 3 years. I’ve been told a trigger warning is necessary but more than anything, I hope we can all relate and find some comfort in this very human experience.
Part 2: The Future Waits For You
My guest Pheladi Sethusa and I reflect on the challenges of our angsty 20s, the ways Perfectionism can make you feel like life is leaving you behind and what it means to be Thirty, Flirty and Thriving in 2021.
Perfectionism As A Trauma Response
I reflect through the ways trauma has informed Perfectionism in my life. This one is for my survivors and struggling perfectionists, I feel you and I hope we can heal together.
Part 2: Friendship, Family and Self-Love In The Time of COVID
A dive into our thoughts and experiences of Friendship, Family and Self-Love this past pandemic year. Special guest Christina Mack shares her community lockdown experience in Kristiansand, Norway and Andrew Bisagaya with his take on surviving the zombie apocalypse from Nairobi, Kenya. This is a long but fun episode, enjoy!
Love In The Time of COVID: Romantic Love & Sexual Attraction
A year into living in the pandemic bubble, Love In the Time of COVID: Romantic Love and Sexual Attraction is about my journey and experiences with modern dating culture, social distancing and my case for binge watching as self-care.