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Best Kye Plant podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Kye Plant podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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for access to ALL episodes + BONUS content visit: http://www.patreon.com/feelinweird Conversations about personal taboo and stigmatized subjects such as, mental health (anxiety, depression, adhd, ocd), ptsd, abuse, gender, sexual orientation, addiction, etc. Hosted by Kye Plant.
 
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My guest grew up as a happy child but when she turned 8, her "happiness faded". She felt perpetually scared of angering her father and her mother was dealing with depression. Eventually my guest turned to self-harm as a way of coping: digging her finger nails into her skin, she felt a sense of relief. In this episode, we discuss fear of conflict, t…
 
Tessa (@citywitch) talks about the COMPLEX relationship with their mother, their B.P.D. + Bipolar diagnoses, learning what their needs are, fantasy as escape, somatic therapy, and reparenting their inner child! ​​Support on PATREON: patreon.com/feelinweird Buy M E R C H: kyeplant.bandcamp.com Donate via PAYPAL: feelinweird.com Instagram: @feelinwei…
 
Rain Dove talks about the complex relationship between compassion and rage: how they deal with a stranger's anger being directed at them. We also discuss: activism; gender; trusting others; trauma; 'righteous rage'; power dynamics; violence; making mistakes; and SO MUCH MORE! ​​Support on PATREON: patreon.com/feelinweird Buy M E R C H: kyeplant.ban…
 
Carey Niekrash spent YEARS binge-eating + restricting + over-exercising + dieting + hating herself and her body. Holy shit, she's come a long way! She's now an anti-diet health coach, but on this episode she talks ALL about her past. We talk all things: BULIMIA, postpartum depression, sexual assault (TW), being highly-sensitive and an introvert, ou…
 
An Anonymous guest talks about growing up in psych-hospitals and foster homes, coming from an abusive and violent home, and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. We also talk about: suicide attempts (TW), psychiatric meds, being allergic to the sun, psychiatric diagnoses (and how useful/restrictive they are), assisted suicide, alternative healing, and MUC…
 
(PART 1) Shayne Dyment returns (from ep 60) to talk about life as a free person! He was recently released from prison--he served 20 years for multiple murder charges--and has LOTS of thoughts and observations about life on the outside. The answer to "how does it feel" is not as straight forward as you may think... We also talk about: being a Highly…
 
She found out her angry, violent father was gay after he died (via his hidden dildo and porn collection) but he never let on that he had a secret. But what chance did he have? His dad used to drive him into the country to beat the shit out of him and leave him to find his way home. Amber suspects it's because her grandpa knew her dad was "different…
 
PART ONE! From religious brainwashing to cocaine addiction to becoming a Christian missionary across the world, this is a story of a mother-of-two who is processing the abuse she experienced in her younger years. Her parents were hippies in the 70's but a bad trip led them to the Jesus Movement and later to become extremely conservative evangelical…
 
Nathalie Maragoni (associate family & marriage therapist) was diagnosed at age 11 with OCD, but presented her first symptoms at age 4. She explains how ERP (exposure response prevention) saved her from her own torment. She's currently in the midst of completing her masters degree and training hours so that she can specialize in helping people with …
 
PART ONE! Our guest was class valedictorian, got good grades, went to bible college, and didn't drink or have sex until she was 20, so how did she end up in rehab a few years later? She appeared to be "excelling" in life (destined for great things), but she was SEVERELY depressed--her coping mechanism was disordered eating, and later alcohol and dr…
 
Tilly Baker (diagnosed with B.P.D.) is one of the most magical, wonderful people on this planet! It just so happens that angels like her sometimes are haunted by mental health issues. So, yeah, she's been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, but she's getting by! Not only that, she's thriving! But it's been one hell of a journey. ALSO, s…
 
Sabrina Benaim (poet/writer) explains how finding a squash-ball-sized tumor in her twenties led to her vocalizing her feelings and mental health struggles through slam poetry. Her first mental breakdown was in tenth grade, but she wasn't diagnosed until she was 24. When she was a kid, she felt like a weirdo, and learned to not talk about her feelin…
 
Norah talks about her experiences with anxiety, depression and skin picking disorder (dermatillomania). We also talk about exercise, meditation and art as therapy; the purpose of creating and life in general; depression food; thoughts leading to downward spirals; growing up in the boonies; panic attacks, society as the cause of depression and SO MU…
 
Ashlee Cooper is a member of the Tsartlip First Nation on Vancouver Island (BC). She tells the story of how her family, culture, language, and community has been DEEPLY impacted (almost destroyed) by colonialism and how she has learned to reconnect with it and rebuild herself and her culture. Ashlee and Kye also talk about mental health (depression…
 
Former Olympic athlete, Gillian Carleton, and I talk about SEX! We also talk sex positivity, queer culture, libido, SSRIs, medication (and going off meds), having low sex drives, navigating relationships, body dysmorphia, feeling like an alien in one's body, viagra, Peaches, eating disorders, self-acceptance, puberty, gender alignment, and MANY oth…
 
Stephanie West was diagnosed with ADHD in her twenties, but lived undiagnosed for most of her life. She explains what the disorder is, how it feels, how meds work, and how debilitating it is (especially when people don't take you seriously). Steph and Kye also discuss anxiety, panic attacks, therapy, parents on social media, Spice World, school, co…
 
The FIRST episode! Courtney Wendland and I discuss anxiety, panic attacks, medication, therapy, traumatic events, obsessive tendencies developed to cope with stress, and Space Jam. ​​Support on PATREON: patreon.com/feelinweird Buy M E R C H: kyeplant.bandcamp.com Donate via PAYPAL: feelinweird.com Instagram: @feelinweirdpod Email: feelinweird@gmail…
 
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