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Best Lemonada Media podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Lemonada Media podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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If you have a heart attack, you go to the hospital. Kid is sick? Call the pediatrician. So why do the rules change when it comes to addiction? When you or a loved one needs immediate help, it’s hard to know where to go or what to do. Start here. Join Dr. Nzinga Harrison, a physician board-certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine, who believes in a comprehensive, compassionate approach to treating addiction. Whether it’s heroin, pain pills, alcohol, meth, food, sex, or anything under th ...
 
Therapy is great—some might argue necessary—but have you ever sat on your therapist's couch and thought, “Just tell me what to do!” An expansion of her wildly popular daily FB series #cawfeetawk, Tell Me What to Do connects Bravo star and best-selling author Jaime Primak Sullivan with listeners who are ready to sweep their mess out from under the rug and get real, practical, no-nonsense advice about life-ing, wife-ing, mom-ing, and the bullsh*t we call balance. This is the audio advice colum ...
 
We are now in the early stages of something we’ve never seen before: a global pandemic. In addition to our health, social isolation and economic uncertainty have left us scrambling to understand our new normal and wondering what the future holds. From his own bubble, health care leader, turnaround expert and #stayhome architect Andy Slavitt is making it his mission to give Americans critical information in real-time but also hope for a path forward. He reminds us of what we can achieve and t ...
 
How do we unlearn negativity and learn to love ourselves and each other? What’s the first step towards becoming more empathetic? Listening. Academic, TED alum, and advocate Sinéad Burke leads candid conversations to create a classroom in podcast form with diverse, notable guests who explain what it’s like to be them. They challenge us to confront our biases, deepen our humanity, and feel empowered to impact and be ourselves in the world around us. Let’s go!
 
Let's talk about what’s killing us, the stuff that’s hard to comprehend and getting worse every day. Lemonada co-founder and author Stephanie Wittels Wachs confronts massive epidemics with humanity, wit, and a quest for progress. Starting with overdose deaths and the opioid crisis, we zoom in on a person’s last day of life, exploring how they got there and how we, as a society, have gotten here.
 
How do we raise good kids? How do we make sure they don’t turn into sh*tty adults? For 15 minutes each week, a diverse set of parents, teachers, policy makers, and extraordinary former kids (current adults) grab the mic and offer relevant advice, rants, and reflections on child rearing. This isn’t just another parenting podcast. It’s a quasi-manual for how to raise better humans. Join the Good Kids community from your phone at https://flick.group/goodkids
 
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A discussion with Stephanie Wittels Wachs, the host of Last Day and the founder of Lemonada Media. Podcast Brunch Club members worldwide listened to and discussed “17: Trauma (with Dr. Gabor Maté)” from Last Day in June 2020 when the theme of the podcast listening list was Therapy. Find the full show notes on the web at: https://podcastbrunchclub.c…
 
Andy is joined by Lana this time for a conversation with another cool couple, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Connie Schultz and Senator Sherrod Brown. The four of them talk about the changing political climate of Connie and Sherrod's home state of Ohio and their commitment to people in the working class -- many of whom are on the front lines of …
 
The Centers for Disease Control is our number-one resource for preventing and fighting a pandemic. With its credibility very much in question, Andy calls up his former colleague Dr. Tom Frieden, who ran the CDC for eight years during the Obama Administration, to discuss what the CDC does, how it’s doing, and the overall U.S. response to the pandemi…
 
Selina was 11 years old when she first started cutting. It was her way to cope with the immense trauma she’d already experienced in her young life. Now, as an adult, she wants to know how self harm fits into the world of addiction. Nzinga and Selina have an intimate, one-on-one conversation about trauma, recovery, and Selina’s own words of wisdom t…
 
Most people are comfortable talking about death, but struggle with the aftermath – grief. As a society, we don’t give it the space, time, or messiness it deserves. As today’s guest says, people don’t want you to “get your sad on other people.” But talking about it is one way we can make it less awful. And if you can do the talking while laughing? E…
 
Listen in as Andy and former Presidential candidate Andrew Yang have a candid conversation about how to support Americans in the short term with the pandemic and, in the long term, through the fall-out. With more societal changes than we’ve seen in our lifetime piling up every day, Andrew’s signature policy of a universal basic income has never bee…
 
Andy and Zach want to know if colleges are going to open, should they open, and should Zach move to campus later this month to start his freshman year. NYU Professor Scott Galloway has led this conversation with a very provocative and clear point of view. Like with almost everything in the pandemic, we see society’s pre-existing challenges exposed …
 
Becca’s step-sister Mindy left home when Becca was just 8 years old. Despite Mindy’s annual appearances and promises to get sober, she always left again. Now, Becca is in her early 20’s and isn’t sure what to do about her anger towards Mindy. Another listener, Katie, had a parent that enabled her brother's substance use for over 40 years. Now that …
 
Today, we are breaking the mold on a topic that touches everyone in some way: addiction. And it isn’t limited to drugs and alcohol like we’ve always thought. We can have addictions to food, sex, technology, work. The list of compulsive behaviors that yield potentially negative consequences is endless. This week Jaime is joined by Dr. Nzinga Harriso…
 
In Andy’s conversation with Susan Rice, former UN Ambassador and National Security Advisor, see why she is considered a front-runner for Joe Biden’s pick for Vice President. Rice goes in-depth on her biography and shares her perspectives on how America’s strengths and challenges play out on the world stage. This is a rare chance to hear how she wou…
 
It's time for another Monday Toolkit episode! This week, Andy feeds your questions and real-life situations to Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Caitlin Rivers and former New York City epidemiologist Farzad Mostashari. This conversation aims to help us bring normality back into our lives, and they'll offer up advice about traveling, kids, school, social…
 
When Nicole showed up for a routine colonoscopy, she was shocked when the anesthesiologist planned to give her fentanyl. She reflects on how close she felt to losing the sobriety she fought so hard for. Can you refuse opioids as a patient in recovery? What other options are out there for treating chronic pain? And does “all-natural” really mean “al…
 
We all pretty much know how to end relationships with romantic partners. But what do you do if you need to break up with a friend? One basic rule exists: Don’t ghost. It’s emotional warfare. Don’t do it. Jaime shares the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to ending friendships and answers your questions about moving on. Topics include what t…
 
If there is one expert Andy could talk with about coronavirus and how we are really doing, it is epidemiologist Larry Brilliant. Larry, who helped eradicate smallpox and is hard at work on coronavirus, grades our performance on a scientific, sociological, and political basis. He also shares everything that science knows, and doesn't know, about the…
 
Andy connects with journalist and Recode co-founder Kara Swisher for one reason but it goes in a very different direction. She schools the spoiled brats in the country in a way you may just want to keep replaying. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt and Instagram @andyslavitt, and find Kara Swisher on Twitter and Instagram @KaraSwisher. In the B…
 
COVID has disrupted every single part of our lives, and for some, has left us anxious and confused! So many people have opinions, but who can you trust? Jaime actually tackles that exact question this week with someone you definitely can trust -- In the Bubble podcast host and former Obama administration health care head Andy Slavitt. Jaime and And…
 
Andy calls Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders to talk about M4A. Yes, they discuss Medicare For All but they also get into the Senator's new strategy for ending the pandemic: Masks For All. It's something the two of them have worked on together. Bernie also discusses the political dynamics within the Democratic Party and the Senate as a whole, along wi…
 
It's the Monday Toolkit episode of In The Bubble that people have been waiting for. Today, Andy and Zach get answers to the most important questions we all have about vaccines from two of the world's foremost experts, Drs. Mark McClellan and David Agus. There is incredibly promising news and some news that is likely to be fairly surprising. You'll …
 
As a wise prophet once said, “mo money mo problems.” Not to quibble with Biggie, but money causes big problems whether you have a ton of it, not enough of it or if you’re anywhere in-between. This week, Jaime talks about the heartbreak, shame and legal ramifications that come with financial infidelity -- and answers your questions about whose money…
 
The anger and frustration are palpable In The Bubble when Andy and Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy III get together to talk about what’s not getting done in the country and what Congress needs to do to help ease the pain so many Americans are experiencing. Then, we hear from one of the true patriots fighting New-England-style for people’s liv…
 
We’re dropping an episode of Inside Podcasting into the feed this week. Listen to this interview with Nigel Poor and Earlonne Woods, creators and hosts of Ear Hustle. Support PBC: Become a monthly Patreon member (and get some bonus content) Make a one-time donation via Paypal More ways to support Podcast Brunch Club Get involved in the podcast disc…
 
If you’ve ever sat through professional development as an educator, you’ve heard of Angela Duckworth. Both her research and personal experience in the classroom suggests that IQ isn’t always helpful in determining successful outcomes for students. Rather, a more important predictor of success is “grit,” a growth mindset, and feeling like you have a…
 
Andy calls up Adam Schefter in-between his SportsCenter appearances to talk about sports in the era of the coronavirus. The pandemic has cancelled seasons for the pros, college athletes, and for you and your kids. Leagues around the world are looking to resume play, but should they? Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt and Instagram @andyslavitt,…
 
Is alcoholism less serious than other addictions? Is my husband’s drinking out of control or am I just being a nag? What should I expect when my fiance leaves a faith-based treatment program? This week, Nzinga answers listener questions on alcohol and offers tips on how to define an alcohol use disorder, how to talk about it with your partner and h…
 
We’re all doing it, and if we’re being honest, we all have questions about it. Jaime is joined by sexologist Michelle Hope and, together, they answer listener questions about everything from spicing things up during quarantine to feeling sexy at any age. Plus: what to do if you and your partner have opposing sex drives and how to ask for what you w…
 
Andy catches up with Chef José Andrés in a rare moment of rest. Chef Andrés has been jumping from one crisis to the next since February, feeding people around the world affected by the pandemic. His organization, World Central Kitchen, is now providing 250,000 fresh meals a day in dozens of cities across America. In total, they’ve served nearly 18 …
 
Great British Bake Off and Food Unwrapped star Briony May Williams reflects on the COVID19 pandemic and recent Black Lives Matter uprising, and what she can do as the parent of a young child to have these uncomfortable conversations in a way that feels safe and loving. Also, baking! She talks about baking. “It's uncomfortable and it's awkward, but …
 
A discussion of the June PBC podcast listening list on Therapy. We also share a few podcast recommendations. Find the full show notes on the web at: https://podcastbrunchclub.com/therapy-roundup This is what they talked about: Therapy podcast listening list Sara’s interview with Hilary Jacobs Hendel, author of It’s Not Always Depression. Hilarious …
 
Andy and Zach take a new approach in this episode, exploring the most pressing topics on people’s minds with two experts. Today: how to talk to others in your life who disagree with you about masks and social distancing. The panelists are Lanhee Chen, presidential health policy advisor to Mitt Romney, and United States of Care co-founder Natalie Da…
 
It’s here!!! The very first episode of Jaime Primak Sullivan’s advice podcast has finally arrived! So grab your popcorn (and your notebook) because Jaime is on fire answering listener questions about everyone’s favorite topic: narcissism! From dating to co-parenting, identifying one to becoming one(?!), Jaime is here to tell us what to do. FYI: Tel…
 
Andy calls Governor Gretchen Whitmer to talk about what she’s learned from the pandemic in Michigan and what governors across the nation need to do next. They also talk about the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on the Black community. Then, Andy has the first of many conversations to come on how to vote during the pandemic by talking with Ben W…
 
A discussion with Gregory Warner, the host of Rough Translation. Rough Translation was on our Looking for Love playlist and was the podcast pick when we interviewed Sarah Gonzalez, host of Planet Money, and Rhaina Cohen, producer of Hidden Brain. Gregory also answers questions from a few of our PBC members! Find the full show notes on the web at: h…
 
Stay-at-home dad Peter Rider shares his experience--the good, the bad, and the funny--with being detailed and clear when talking to his kids about all sorts of things. From having two gay dads to contracting head lice and more, he believes being explicit is the way to go. “One thing that I've been thinking about a lot over the past year, especially…
 
Andy calls Washington Post columnist, Jennifer Rubin, to talk about how a conservative changed teams and reckons with the precedent of a country on the precipice. They also remember the time they were on MSNBC together and got a big surprise. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt and Instagram @andyslavitt, and find Jennifer @JRubinBlogger on Twit…
 
This week we’re looking at the ways ADHD and addiction are linked. Nzinga answers listener questions about ADHD medication, parenting a kid with ADHD, multigenerational trauma and ADHD, and why folks with ADHD can be more prone to addiction. It’s not as simple as you think. Please note, In Recovery contains mature themes and may not be appropriate …
 
Andy and Pete Buttigieg talk about allyship, protest, and this week’s historic supreme court decision on LGBTQ rights. They also get into what it’s like to go straight from a presidential campaign into social isolation. (Spoiler: It’s weird!) Then, Andy calls Dr. Nzinga Harrison to chat about health equity, the relationship between racism and addic…
 
Brit Prawat, host of Crime Junkie podcast, talks candidly about being adopted and how the emotions and even loss around that never really goes away. However, she had an incredibly positive experience as a child and always felt loved, supported, and chosen. Ultimately, the experience influenced her to adopt and foster children of her own when it cam…
 
Andy calls comedian and director Judd Apatow to talk about how to get through this long crisis day by day with some harmony. Working through trauma is also the topic of Judd’s latest movie The King of Staten Island. This is a talk that’s both deep and funny. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt and Instagram @andyslavitt, and find Judd @JuddApato…
 
For years, you’ve helped Jaime Primak Sullivan, the Jersey Belle, try to own her mistakes, make sense of her mess, and navigate life, love, God, and the human connection. Now? It’s your turn. Tell Me What to Do launches June 25. You ask the questions; she gives the answers. Call 833-4-LEMONADA or email tellme@lemonadamedia.com.…
 
Every parent wants to know: Will school will reopen in the fall, and if so, what will it look like? Andy brings you the answer as he chats with former Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan. He also interviews Sonal Gerten, a parent of two public school kids, and a budding college freshman named Zach. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt and Instagr…
 
Rebecca Carroll is a cultural critic, host of WYNC’s Come Through podcast, and critic at large for the Los Angeles Times. TL;DR: She is qualified to talk about television. But during quarantine, she’s found herself reexamining the role TV plays in her own family and how it’s actually a pretty good thing when times are particularly tough. “I just do…
 
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