33 episodes

After being diagnosed with my first chronic illness by the age of 10, my second by age 19 and going through a painful divorce by 24, I know what it looks like to face and handle pain. Through sharing my own story and the stories of others, this podcast will help you break the cycle of isolation and keep you inspired to charge forward as a result.

The Point of Pain Nitika Chopra

    • Self-Improvement

After being diagnosed with my first chronic illness by the age of 10, my second by age 19 and going through a painful divorce by 24, I know what it looks like to face and handle pain. Through sharing my own story and the stories of others, this podcast will help you break the cycle of isolation and keep you inspired to charge forward as a result.

    2.09: The Three Themes of 2019 with Nitika Chopra

    2.09: The Three Themes of 2019 with Nitika Chopra

    Being that it's the end of the year and the end of season two, I decided to do something a little different for this episode. For the first time, I'm doing a completely solo episode.

    By the time we return for season three in February 2020, The Point of Pain will have officially turned one year old. So, what better way to end season 2, the calendar year, and the first year of the podcast than by sharing some lessons learned throughout this year that I'll be taking with me into 2020 and season three.

    • 25 min
    2.08: Rewiring Your Brain with Kara Lowentheil

    2.08: Rewiring Your Brain with Kara Lowentheil

    Kara Lowentheil is a Master Certified Coach with a B.A from Yale University and a J.D. from Harvard Law. In the past three years, she’s pivoted from her legal career and has grown her life coaching business from zero to seven figures. She is the definition of owning who you are and, in this episode, she’s going to help you better understand the way your brain works.

    • 46 min
    2.07: Lessons Learned from a Breakfast Criminal with Ksenia Avdulova

    2.07: Lessons Learned from a Breakfast Criminal with Ksenia Avdulova

    Ksenia Avdulova is the Founder of Breakfast Criminals. She's been named one of the “35 Under 35 in Wellness” by Wanderlust and “the fashion world’s most in-demand breakfast chef” by MyRecipes.

    In this episode, the transition she’s been going through in her life, her many Instagram handles that allow her to reach over 300,000 people and how she experiments with them, the value in muting accounts that bring up negative emotions for you, and more!

    • 44 min
    2.06: Separating Shame and Sex with Gigi Engle

    2.06: Separating Shame and Sex with Gigi Engle

    Sex educator, Gigi Engle, discusses how masturbation can help you get into your body in a positive way and learn what you find pleasurable, the shocking state of sex education in our schools today, how to communicate with your partner about your sexuality, whether or not it’s okay to m********e when you’re in a relationship, and more!

    • 48 min
    2.05: Shattering the Stigma Around Diabetes with Paloma Kemak

    2.05: Shattering the Stigma Around Diabetes with Paloma Kemak

    Paloma Kemak was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes as an adult and it’s been her mission ever since to change the way people see diabetes.

    In this episode, Paloma discusses why she traveled to another country to get her insulin, what it was like being married to someone who wasn’t up for the chronic illness journey, how she found the man that was right for her, our mutual love for positivity and keeping things super real and raw, and so much more!

    • 41 min
    Episode 2.04: Mindful Masculinity with Elizabeth Plank

    Episode 2.04: Mindful Masculinity with Elizabeth Plank

    Liz Plank is an award-winning journalist and the Executive Producer of Divided States of Women at Vox Media, where she also hosts Facebook Watch’s Consider It.

    In this episode, we talk about how Liz became interested in activism and journalism, the massive learning experience from writing her book, Liz’s personal experience with dealing with mental health issues, and so much more!

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

Jenniest20 ,

Amazing!

I’ve been following Nitika for awhile and I’m so happy she has this platform. I love her energy. The conversations she has with her guests are very relatable. Her recent episode on the themes for her 2019 was genuine, makes me reflect on my self and push me to do some much needed journal writing. Thank you Nitika! Continue to do all you do. ☺️

LBM 212 ,

Inspired

The concepts presented in Episode 6 with Jen Racioppi spoke to my heart in a way that is rare - like having a deep conversation with one of my besties. As a Cancer Survivor, I felt understood and seen. Grateful to these amazing women for sharing. Thank you! Lisa

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Great

Robin Sandomirsky is so cool 😎😎😎

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