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Feelin Weird

Personal conversations with a different guest each episode about taboo and stigmatized subjects: mental health (anxiety, depression, adhd, ocd), trauma, abuse, gender, sexual orientation, addiction, etc. Hosted by Kye Plant.
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Kye Plant has 1 hour conversations with a different person every episode about taboo and stigmatized subjects (mental health [OCD, Bipolar, ADHD, BPD, Depression, Anxiety] PTSD, illness, gender, sexuality, etc) in order to make listeners feel LESS WEIRD and less alone.  
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Sep 7, 2017

Krystal P talks about her experience living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).  She explains her traumatic upbringing--alcoholic, abusive parents--and also talks about the body's response to trauma, healing traumas, putting up a tough front as a protective strategy, social anxiety, stepping outside of her comfort zone as therapy, travelling as therapy, kindness from strangers, empathy, dissociating, coping strategies (lavender), triggers, toxic people, (TW) being raped, grounding techniques and SO much more.

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Instagram: @feelinweirdpod  

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Jun 27, 2016

Courtney Wendland returns for another chat!  This time, they talk about loss, trauma and recovery.  Courtney talks about the murder of her brother when she was a teenager and the effect it had on her life (then and now).  She's a truly wonderful, resilient person, and this episode is a glimpse into the beautiful heart she has.  We also talk about street outreach, homelessness, hatred, death, pain, physical trauma and anniversaries, what not to say to someone who has experienced a death in the family, loneliness and school, ptsd, purpose, and RECOVERY!  This is a really good one.

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