16 episodes

Are you ready to get really honest? Join host Theodora Blanchfield to discuss living life vulnerably as we navigate through health, careers and...life.

I'm a writer, running coach and marketing consultant living in NYC. I've written for Mic, Modern Loss, Huffington Post, Glamour, Daily Burn and more.

You can expect to hear from me *and* guests about the kind of things that make us wonder if we're oversharing or not: mental health, grief and overcoming life's challenges — and about the hard work to show up and face down these obstacles.

This May Be Oversharing... Theodora Blanchfield

    • Health & Fitness
    • 3.8, 32 Ratings

Are you ready to get really honest? Join host Theodora Blanchfield to discuss living life vulnerably as we navigate through health, careers and...life.

I'm a writer, running coach and marketing consultant living in NYC. I've written for Mic, Modern Loss, Huffington Post, Glamour, Daily Burn and more.

You can expect to hear from me *and* guests about the kind of things that make us wonder if we're oversharing or not: mental health, grief and overcoming life's challenges — and about the hard work to show up and face down these obstacles.

    16. NYC Marathon Tips

    16. NYC Marathon Tips

    I know this is not what I usually podcast about, but I can't not post about my fave race!! Here's some tips and tricks I've gleaned from running this race four times.

    15. Life, Lately (solo ep!)

    15. Life, Lately (solo ep!)

    (TW: mentions of suicidal ideation)

    I'm back, and I'm all byyyyy myself! It's been quite some time since I did a solo episode, so I'm back with just some life updates and answering listener questions. Plus, I get really honest about my previously problematic drinking habits.

    14. Mood and Hormones with Carly Snyder, MD

    14. Mood and Hormones with Carly Snyder, MD

    I'm so happy there's more of a discussion around postpartum mood changes, but I don't think there's enough conversation around how hormones around our menstrual cycles affect our moods.

    I talk with Carly Snyder, MD, a reproductive psychiatrist who works with women struggling with emotional symptoms throughout their reproductive years. We chat about *why,* as women, we feel less emotionally stable around our periods, and discuss Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD), which is an extreme PMS that I've dealt with for several years now. And birth control—is it all evil as far as moods are concerned? Listen to find out!

    13. Rachel Reichblum, @thatgoodgrief

    13. Rachel Reichblum, @thatgoodgrief

    Rachel Reichblum is the creator of the popular Instagram account @thatgoodgrief, where she curates the best grief and mental health 'grams for her devoted community. Rachel started this account after losing both of her parents within two years to the SAME kind of cancer. (WTF, world?)

    We talk grief, mental health, moving across the country after losing a loved one, and more!

    Trigger Warning: We also mention suicidal ideation.

    12: A Realistic RD: Jess Cording, MS, RD, CDN

    12: A Realistic RD: Jess Cording, MS, RD, CDN

    Jess Cording is an RD who lives real life. She posts lots of healthy meals—but they don't take forever—and she also posts plenty of yummy cocktails, showing there's room in a healthy diet for some alcohol. We talk about how to be healthy despite shit going on in your life (Jess lost her father last year), drama-free healthy living and her upcoming book: The Little Book of Game-Changers: 50 Healthy Habits for Managing Stress and Anxiety. I love her approach to healthy living, and I think you will too!

    11. At the Intersection of Mental Health and Running: Sasha Wolff

    11. At the Intersection of Mental Health and Running: Sasha Wolff

    I've long wished for some kind of group or community tying mental health struggles with running—and I found it about a month ago in an article! Sasha Wolff is the founder of Still I Run, a community that that runs for their health, raises awareness of mental health issues and works to stop the stigma.

    We talk about using running as a coping tool for depression, Sasha's own hospitalization and just kind of geek out on running. You'll want to get running after you listen!

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Jendette ,

Important conversations

I love Theodora’s open honesty and authenticity. Her interviews are also fantastic!

tlf211 ,

The show I never knew how much I needed

A show that is honest, helpful, and inspiring. Big fan

Ericka Sylvester ,

A needed podcast

I love Theodora’s authenticity and courage to share this part of herself. I’ve watched her walk through a lot and bringing this to the podcast is going to help many people! Great guests talking about important issues many of us struggle with.

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