Here are my guest appearances on other blogs and podcasts. I’m grateful to the feely humans who allow me to speak with my feely heart and spread empathy and foster mental health awareness!
coming back with shelby forsythia
Shelby Forsythia is an intuitive grief guide. She’s dealt with some tremendous grief in her life, and she’s taken that experience to give other people space to talk about and process their own grief. It’s wonderful! And she had me on the podcast! I talked about growing up with a violent father, creating safe spaces for others, my go-to self-talk phrases, and harness empathy and vulnerability to cope with anxiety, depression, and anorexia.
feelin weird with kye plant
Kye is a new friend! He’s also a weirdo like me. And he has this podcast, Feelin Weird, where he talks to people about feelings, and mental health, and what makes us human. I had a swell time talking about my anorexia, my angry dad, emotional neglect, embracing chaos, boundaries, and more!
#MindfulSocial with Janet Fouts
Janet Fouts is a FOUTSain of knowledge in social media, mindfulness, and, as she shared on Episode 43 of You, Me, Empathy, caring for yourself while caring for others. I loved chatting with Janet on her podcast, #MindfulSocial. We explored boundaries, self-care, the Enneagram, and much more.
No restraints with Rudy Caseres
I drove up to Rudy’s place in San Pedro to sit down for a Facebook Live chat on my eating disorder, the empathy we need to change the world, and of course doggos.
How am I feeling?
Julia, of How Am I Feeling? (HowAmIFeeling.org), interviewed me about the origins of You, Me, Empathy, the cultural norms about men and vulnerability, and my advice for dudes who are struggling to open up about their mental health struggles.
Voices for change 2.0 with beka & joe
Rebecca and Joe are beautiful feely humans who interviewed me on their show, Voices for Change 2.0. We talked about the moment my mental health journey started, how mediating my parents’ marriage challenged me, suicidal ideation, self-harm, and giving people the dignity of their own experiences.