60 episodes

The Self Worth Edit is a personal development podcast created by a desi woman, primarily for fellow desi women. This self love podcast is also open to you if you want to deepen your understanding and relationship with yourself and others. On Mondays, we'll cover topics to help you through life's challenges by reframing culturally embedded norms. Through a mix of solo and interview-style episodes, The Self Worth Edit will help you cultivate self confidence, self love and self trust so you can live life on your terms. The Self Worth Edit community is here to help you through to a more fulfilling, uplifting life. Positive podcasts like this one are all about finding the most valuable lessons from challenging circumstances. The Self Worth Edit: the podcast inspiring South Asian women, and beyond, to quit playing small and start trusting the power and wisdom within through insightful conversations and tips for healthier ways of thinking.

The Self Worth Edit Nausheen Farishta

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    • 4.8 • 26 Ratings

The Self Worth Edit is a personal development podcast created by a desi woman, primarily for fellow desi women. This self love podcast is also open to you if you want to deepen your understanding and relationship with yourself and others. On Mondays, we'll cover topics to help you through life's challenges by reframing culturally embedded norms. Through a mix of solo and interview-style episodes, The Self Worth Edit will help you cultivate self confidence, self love and self trust so you can live life on your terms. The Self Worth Edit community is here to help you through to a more fulfilling, uplifting life. Positive podcasts like this one are all about finding the most valuable lessons from challenging circumstances. The Self Worth Edit: the podcast inspiring South Asian women, and beyond, to quit playing small and start trusting the power and wisdom within through insightful conversations and tips for healthier ways of thinking.

    How to Cope With Adult Loneliness, with Divya Robin

    How to Cope With Adult Loneliness, with Divya Robin

    Divya Robin is a therapist, mental health advocate, and empath. She works with people to go into their inner experience so that in turn they are able to access an improved outer experience in the world and in their relationships. She is also the force behind @mindmatterswithdiv on Instagram and co-host of the Conversations Brewing podcast.
    Questions and topics we discuss in this episode include: 
    What is adult loneliness?What are the causes of adult loneliness? How does adult loneliness present itself?How does one cope with adult loneliness?The inspiration behind Divya's IG channel @mindmatterswithdivDivya's path to choosing a career in therapy How to get in touch with your own authenticity Tips for regulating the nervous system Books Mentioned in This Episode:
    The Happinesss Trap

    Connect with Divya:
    Instagram: @mindmatterswithdiv
    Conversations Brewing Podcast
    Website: divyarobin.com
    Related Episodes:
    Uncover Your Authentic Self

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    • 39 min
    Emotional Abuse is Abuse.

    Emotional Abuse is Abuse.

    What is emotional abuse and what are the emotional abuse signs in a relationship? The signs of emotional abuse in marriage or any relationship can often be quite subtle and hard to recognize when you're experiencing it. 

    Questions we discuss in this episode include:
    Is emotional abuse domestic violence?Is emotional abuse worse than physical? Is emotional abuse grounds for divorce? How emotional abuse affects you What emotional abuse feels like How emotional abuse worksWhat emotional abuse really means Why emotional abuse happensWhy emotional abuse is ignored Why emotional abuse is hard to detectWill emotional abuse become physical ? Is it emotional abuse or am I overreacting? How to deal with emotional abuse
    Related episodes:
    5 Self Worth Lessons Divorce Taught Me

    Related articles: 
    Identify & Cope With Emotional Abuse
    What is Emotional Abuse?
    Emotional Abuse 101
    5 Signs of Emotional Abuse
    How to Recognize the Signs of Emotional Abuse

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    Here are the Top 5 Things You Need to Start & Run a Podcast

    Interested in a live, 45-min 1:1 consultation with me ($75)? Email me at hello [at] selfworthedit.com and we'll find a time to connect.

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    • 35 min
    How Your Failure Leads to Your Success, with Natasha Ibrahim

    How Your Failure Leads to Your Success, with Natasha Ibrahim

    Natasha Ibrahim's unique upbringing as a third culture kid led to her lifelong interest in exploring different cultures and broadening the mindsets of those who didn't have the opportunity to travel at a young age like she did. Now Natasha offers travel consultations to help create travel plans for people who would like to live the digital nomad lifestyle. Natasha also uses her platforms to motivate people to take risks, fail forward and understand that the best way to learn is through experience. 

    Questions and topics we discuss in this episode include: 
    How to find the fun in failure How to handle negative comments on social media How failure leads to success What failure teaches usWhat failure does to the brain Insights into the entrepreneurial processCommon misconceptions about entrepreneurship What the life of a digital entrepreneur might look like How to find and pursue your passion in life How passion leads to successActivating mindfulness for wellbeing 
    Books mentioned in this episode:
    The Surrender Experiment
    The Untethered Soul
    How to Do the Work 
    Connect with Natasha:
    Instagram: @thenatashaibrahim
    TikTok:@thenatashaibrahim  
    Natasha's Youtube Channel
    Free e-book: How to Move Abroad


    Related episodes:
    Introduction to Human Design with Rubeena Ianigro

    Want to start your own podcast?
    Here are the Top 5 Things You Need to Start & Run a Podcast

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    • 48 min
    Dating After Divorce and With Increased Self Worth

    Dating After Divorce and With Increased Self Worth

    In this solo episode I am sharing 8 ways that I'm approaching dating differently these days. If you're wondering about finding love after divorce or what it means to date from a place of increased self worth as well then tune in! 

    Related episodes:
    How to Define Your Personal Core Values

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    • 15 min
    She's Unlikeable & Other Lies That Bring Women Down, ft. Aparna Shewakramani

    She's Unlikeable & Other Lies That Bring Women Down, ft. Aparna Shewakramani

    From her "polarizing" portrayal on Netflix's hit TV show Indian Matchmaking, Aparna Shewakramani became an overnight ambassador for women demanding to be heard—in their love lives, workplaces, and in every space they occupy. Aparna is releasing her first book, She's Unlikeable: And Other Lies That Bring Women Down, on March 22, 2022. Aparna was born in London, lived in Dubai as a child, and called Texas her home for over 25 years before recently moving to NYC. She is an avid traveler (over 43 countries and counting) and the co-founder and owner of the luxury travel company My Golden Balloon. 

    Questions and topics we discuss in this episode include: 
    The guilt that comes with giving up dating apps and how to copeThe impact of irresponsible media consumption How to date from a place of clarity and groundingHow to maintain hope in the world of datingAparna's hardest and easiest stories to tell in her new book What might still surprise you about Aparna beyond what you already know of her and more! Read: She's Unlikeable and Other Lies That Bring Women Down
    Connect with Aparna:
    Instagram: @thenatashaibrahim

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    • 36 min
    5 Big Perspective Shifts and the Lessons That Follow

    5 Big Perspective Shifts and the Lessons That Follow

    Welcome back to another season! In this solo episode I am sharing some life and podcast updates. Then we get into the 5 biggest perspective shifts I have experienced over the last several years and what lessons I've learned to share with you as a result.

    Topics include shifts around money beliefs, having kids, self talk, life trajectory and solo travel 

    Related episodes:
    5 Ways to Be Okay With Being Alone & Enjoy Your Own Company

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    Here are the Top 5 Things You Need to Start & Run a Podcast

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    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

FatimaHooda ,

100% Inspiring Content

The podcast is brilliant. I love the content on finding purpose, shattering the status quo, and unlearning rhetoric I’ve bought into from a community that might attribute a woman’s value to external forms of validation (job, husband, kids etc). It’s helped me on my journey of purpose, self-love and cultivating internal validation. Great work, Nausheen! Keep shining! 🍀💕

Lins923 ,

Nausheen has a true talent

I found this podcast during the pandemic and found it to be incredibly helpful to what I’m going through. One episode references the quote of “what, you too? I thought I was the only one” and that’s how I feel about it. Thank you, Nausheen!

AMcG95 ,

Inspiring and Motivating!

Nausheen is an amazing host and her show is educational, inspirational and truly motivating! I discovered this show recently and I can’t wait to binge listen to her other episodes!

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