Raw discussions about mental health. Created for teens, by teens. Follow on Instagram @theyourlifesuckspodcast.
Today’s episode features Jordan Levine, a Junior at SAR high school. She speaks about:
* The symptoms of her middle school anxiety spike.
* Her realization that therapy and medication are normal and her decision to use them.
* How she has matured from therapy/medication.
You can find her on Instagram @jordan__levine.
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Episode 0: An Introduction (Finally!)
Six months, fifteen published interviews, and hours of conversations later, I finally sit down to formally introduce myself. I speak about why I created the podcast and reflect on what I’ve learned so far.
Dietitian Bracha Kopstick comes on the podcast to speak about teenage nutrition. She speaks about:
- The role nutrition plays in teenagers’ lives.
- What healthy, balanced eating looks like for a teenager.
- The causes of restrictive eating and how it affects the teenage brain.
- How she has helped teenagers live their healthiest lives.
Tune in and follow Bracha on Instagram @adolescent.nutritionist!
Sivonne Perry speaks about her bouts of depression and anxiety and how she and her family overcame them.
Mental health advocate Morgan Urso details her recovery from depression and how an argument with her coach led her to raise thousands for the #SameHere movement. To see more of Morgan’s story, read her article in ESPN and follow @morgan.urso on Instagram.
Abby Tyler speaks about her major depressive disorder throughout high school and explains how her experiences led her to become an advocate for mental health normalization.
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As a mother of 4 children and a school psychologist for 18 years - I am extremely impressed with this Podcast. It takes a lot of courage and maturity to speak about mental health and especially mental health for children and teenagers. I am also really blown away by the individuals who are speaking their story. This podcast is definitely a step forward in speaking openly and honestly - and hopefully will allow other children out there to recognize that they are not alone - they are not the only ones who feel this way and mental health issues can be helped with good mental health professionals. I highly recommend listening!! Michal Agus Fox