Silence The Shame Podcast

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  • From Lyrics to Healing: Destigmatizing Suicide for the Culture

    22/05/2024 Duração: 42min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, sits down with Emma Lee M.C., Hip-Hop Creative that uses her lived experience and platform to destigmatize suicide within families, communities, and the culture. Hip-hop and artists have long been addressing mental health challenges and suicide in their lyrics, serving as a reminder that these issues affect individuals from all walks of life. Through their music, these artists have helped to spark important conversations and raise awareness about the importance of mental health. Some noteworthy “gems” from this episode: 1. Self-care is a continuous learning process, evolving as life throws different challenges our way. 2. Developing a wake-up routine helps to transition into each day with a fresh perspective and the tools necessary to tackle whatever lies ahead. It is through self-care practices and open dialogue that we can work towards a more understanding and supportive society for those struggling with mental health issues

  • Generational Motherhood: Navigating Parenting in the Modern World

    08/05/2024 Duração: 37min

    This week on The Silence the Shame Podcast, we celebrate Mother's Day by discussing the diverse roles of mothers across generations. Our host, L.ife, talks with two phenomenal women about parenting multiple children, the challenges of raising kids in the digital age, and the importance of self-care for moms. Some noteworthy “gems” from this episode: 1. Motherhood cannot be done alone. Having a good support system is the foundation of raising children. 2. Give yourself permission to let go of the things you cannot control and remind yourself every chance you get that you did and are doing the best you can with what you have. 3. You are going to be a different version of “mom” to your different children because not every child is the same or needs the same things. Learn how to adapt to the needs of each child and don’t let “mom guilt” consume you. Didn’t think this episode was long enough? Did we leave you wanting more? Stay tuned for more conversations surrounding parenting, motherhood, and fatherh

  • Silence the Shame University - Supporting College Students Through Transitions into Adulthood

    24/04/2024 Duração: 35min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, sits down with two of our Silence the Shame University (STSU) members, Ava Makombe and Christian Scott, to discuss their experiences with navigating college and life as a young adult. During this conversation, both students share how their collective experiences have brought them closer to their peers and that everyone is struggling with something at any given moment. Some noteworthy “gems” from this episode: 1. People are really good at hiding their struggles, so sometimes it feels like you are the only person going through things in life. In reality, everyone is struggling with something and that is when you have to be okay with being vulnerable enough to share your story and ask people how they are really doing. 2. It is okay is your journey looks different from your parents. You and your parents have to come to an understanding that just because I am navigating life differently than you did, doesn't mean I am doing it wrong.

  • Protect My Heart: How Stress and Racial Disparities Affect Heart Health in the Black Community

    10/04/2024 Duração: 36min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, connects with Dr. Jayne Morgan, to discuss how heart health is connected to our mental health. April is Stress Awareness Month and during this episode, we learn just how stress plays a role in our physical and mental health and just how important it is for the medical industry to acknowledge the racial factors that contribute to many health disparities for Black women and men. Check out more about Dr. Jayne Morgan at @drjaynemorgan on social media. If you or you know someone experiencing a mental health crisis, please dial 9-8-8 to connect with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline or text “SILENCE” to 707070. Video and Audio Production by Spellz Productions.

  • Take Off the Cape: Black Women Are Human Too

    27/03/2024 Duração: 36min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, sits down with Licensed Psychologist, Speaker, Author, Media Personality, and Host of Therapy for Black Girls, Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, to discuss Black girl magic, embracing the fullness of who we are, and what a “soft life” really means. Check out Dr. Joy’s latest book, Sisterhood Heals, to learn more about the transformative power of healing in community. Some noteworthy “gems” from this episode: 1. A “soft life” comes with boundaries, hard conversations, and tough decisions to protect your energy and time. 2. Black women’s relationships with one another are instrumental in managing mental health and overall wellness. 3. Sleep is a powerful tool to manage our mental health; don’t take it for granted. Check out more about Dr. Joy Harden Bradford at @hellodrjoy on social media or www.hellodrjoy.com Get connected with Therapy for Black Girls at @therapyforblackgirls or www.therapyforblackgirls.com If you or you know some

  • The Multifaceted Woman: How to Balance the Dynamic Roles of Womanhood

    13/03/2024 Duração: 39min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, sits down with Law Professor and Attorney, Mo Ivory, to discuss how she embodies the woman that she has grown to be. As we may know, woman wear many hats that require balancing time and energy. During this conversation, Mo and L.ife breaks down how women can learn to be their best selves and go after everything they desire. Some noteworthy “gems” from this episode: 1. Balance looks different everyday – increasing and decreasing where it needs to be; it shifts depending on daily needs. 2. When we are constantly comparing ourselves and our journeys to other people, we take away from who we truly are and what we can do. 3. Don’t be afraid to ask for what you want. - There’s a lack of confidence and vulnerability for people to ask for help but that only keeps you from elevating to the paths and positions that you desire. 4. You can’t unlearn what you already know, but you can learn new things and you can utilize those new things t

  • The Strong Black Woman Needs Support Too

    28/02/2024 Duração: 40min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, sits down with Author and Founder of Black Girl Perfect, Tameka Anderson, to discuss how the “Strong Black Woman” trope impacts your mental health physical health and how to find self-love through self-acceptance. Some noteworthy “gems” from this episode: 1. The strongest thing you can do is ask for help. We think asking for help is a weakness, but it takes a lot to muster up the courage to ask others to help support you. 2. Suggested Exercise: Sit with sadness – When you are feeling sad, ask yourself “what are you [sadness] here to teach me?” 3. Self-love starts with self-acceptance. You must practice being okay with everything about yourself, inside and out; that is how you increase your self-love. Check out more about Tameka Anderson at @Funcoachtameka on social media or @Parentstrynastopdysfunction on YouTube If you or you know someone experiencing a mental health crisis, please dial 9-8-8 to connect with the National

  • Purpose, Passion, and Prioritizing Self-Love

    14/02/2024 Duração: 44min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, sits down with 2x Grammy Nominated Song Writer and Vocal Producer, Kristofer “Dopamine Dreamz” Murray, and CEO of Love Yaself and Motivational Speaker, Marquis Hill to discuss the importance of finding and maintaining self-love. They both share personal testimonies of mental health challenges throughout life and how it has fueled their passion to create safe and vulnerable spaces for themselves and others. Both are entrepreneurs and have had to navigate the ebbs and flows of life to create their versions of success and they share their insights with the hope to show others that they are not alone. Some noteworthy “gems” from this episode: 1. While most people may think of it as weak, it takes strength to be vulnerable. 2. Life can have its challenges, but it’s important to take one step forward each day. It’s about progress over perfection. 3. If you are hurting, reach out to someone, anyone to talk about it. You are not alone,

  • The Evolution of Entrepreneurship with Brain Love - How a Luxury Brand is Promoting Mental Wellbeing

    11/01/2024 Duração: 43min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, sits down with Archie Clay III, CEO and Founder of Brain Love, a brand that isn't just about looking good; but about embodying a positive mindset. Archie explores his journey with entrepreneurship and keeps it real about the hustle and bustle of starting multiple companies and expanding the impact for generations to come. If you are interested in starting your entrepreneurship journey or if you are currently living that life; you DO NOT want to miss out on this informative episode! We see you and we support you because it is not for the weak! Check out more about Brain Love at www.Brainlove.store If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, dial 9-8-8 to receive support through the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Video and Audio Production by Spellz Productions.

  • STS Podcast - Thriving Through Surviving: Kevin Hines and His Story of Surviving a Suicide Attempt

    20/12/2023 Duração: 40min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, holds space for award-winning brain/mental health and suicide prevention activist, entrepreneur, multiple award-winning filmmaker, best-selling author, international educator, and speaker, Kevin Hines, to share his story of life after his suicide attempt and how to leverage the support system around him. Kevin also shares details about his new book, The Art of Being Broken - “A moving and heroic memoir about surviving suicide and long-term mental health complications, while summoning the courage required to persist in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles and spread a message of positivity.” Check out more about Kevin Hines and his book at If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, dial 9-8-8 to receive support through the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Video and Audio Production by Spellz Productions.

  • STS Podcast - Thriving Through Surviving: Kevin Hines and His Story of Surviving a Suicide Attempt

    20/12/2023 Duração: 40min

    On this week's episode of The Silence the Shame Podcast, our host, L.ife, holds space for award-winning brain/mental health and suicide prevention activist, entrepreneur, multiple award-winning filmmaker, best-selling author, international educator, and speaker, Kevin Hines, to share his story of life after his suicide attempt and how to leverage the support system around him. Kevin also shares details about his new book, The Art of Being Broken - “A moving and heroic memoir about surviving suicide and long-term mental health complications, while summoning the courage required to persist in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles and spread a message of positivity.” Check out more about Kevin Hines and his book at www.kevinhinesstory.com If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, dial 9-8-8 to receive support through the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Video and Audio Production by Spellz Productions.

  • Saving the Light Inside of You: Candid Conversations Around Seasonal Depression

    19/12/2023 Duração: 51min

    The Silence the Shame Podcast is back with a new Guest Host, L.ife, and she sits down with the Founder and CEO of Color My Story, Jasmine Coer, and Silence the Shame's very own Creative Director, Maegan-Charjoi Pringle. These ladies discuss the impact of Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as Seasonal Depression, how mental health has influenced their paths in life, and their continuous journey of healing and wellness. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that occurs at a certain time of year, usually in the winter when there is less natural sunlight. It is believed to be related to changes in light exposure, which can affect the body's internal clock and lead to feelings of depression. Signs and symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder include: Feeling depressed most of the day, nearly every day Losing interest in activities you once enjoyed Low energy Changes in appetite or weight Difficulty sleeping or oversleeping Feeling agitated or sluggish Difficulty concentrating Fe

  • Healing in Public: Fireside Chat with DJ Drama

    19/12/2023 Duração: 01h08min

    Tune in for this special fireside chat with @djdrama3413 and Silence the Shame's Founder and CEO, Shanti Das. In this candid conversation, DJ Drama shares his recovery journey from opioid addiction. This is DJ Drama's first time intimately discussing his battles, making this a truly unique and significant event. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to hear from DJ Drama and gain insight into the importance of mental health awareness. Tyree Simmons, or better known by his stage name DJ Drama, is a legendary DJ, platinum-selling producer, music executive, mogul, and Co-Founder of a music label, Generation Now. DJ Drama has maintained an enduring career for over 15 years by consistently identifying and championing the voices of tomorrow. Whether it be hosting and compiling his iconic Gangsta Grillz mixtapes for Lil Wayne and Jeezy to name a few, DJ-ing for T.I., or signing Lil Uzi Vert, DJ Drama always has always had his grip on the pulse of the ever-changing industry. A passion for the future defines every

  • STS Podcast: Bonus Episode: Les Twins - Showcasing Mental Wellness through Dance

    08/11/2023 Duração: 41min

    Silence the Shame's Founder and CEO, Shanti Das, and Founder of Kids Write Network, Helen Georgaklis, sat down with world-renowned dancers Larry and Laurent Bourgeois, known as Les Twins to discuss raising awareness about mental health and improving access to treatment and services. In this candid conversation, Les Twins shares the impact of dance and how it can play a vital role in improving one's mental wellness while also being a powerful and creative outlet to showcase one's internal struggles. Les Twins performed a dance demonstration to showcase exactly how powerful dance can be! Check out the audio podcast episode on our Silence the Shame Podcast Channels through Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google, and Soundcloud! Video and Audio Production by Spellz Productions. A special thank you to our partners: Kids Write Network Les Twins The Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurs (The RICE Center) STS acknowledges that the video contains copyrighted music and does not claim any ownership or rights over t

  • Healing In Public: Lamman Rucker

    11/01/2023 Duração: 46min

    Silence the Shame speaks with Actor and Mental Health Advocate Lamman Rucker as he shares nuggets and jewels around mental wellness and also his latest tour to support black men’s mental health

  • Healing In Public: Kamille Richardson - Turning Your Disability into an Ability

    09/11/2022 Duração: 36min

    On this edition of the Healing in Public series of the Silence the Shame Podcast, Shanti Das and Free The Vision speak with Kamille Richardson the Creator of iSee Technology, mental health, and differently-able advocate. She gives a very vulnerable account of her story navigating the world as a woman born blind with an internal compass for greatness. Be sure to - FOLLOW, RATE, SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT, & SHARE! Follow: IG - @SilencetheShame TW & FB - @SilencethShame

  • Mental Health Champions - Athletes Advocating for Wellness

    19/10/2022 Duração: 42min

    Shanti Das and Free The Vision speak with Dr. Gunter, Clinical & Support Psychologist and BJ Armstead, Life Coach & CEO of Apollo Sports Counseling about the value of mental health support and wellness in the professional sports. The conversation dives into what is currently lacking and what a great future of mental wellness could look like for the entire sports leagues. Be sure to follow, subscribe, rate, share, and comment. Follow us: IG - @SilencetheShame TW & FB - @SilencethShame

  • Healing in Public: Tracy Nicole

    10/10/2022 Duração: 38min

    On this special episode for World Mental Health Day, we are also honoring Breast Cancer Awareness month as we speak with fashion designer Tracy Nicole. We dive into her dynamic story of healing, triumph, and endurance through the survival and overcoming of her own former diagnosis. This powerful episode goes inside the mental and emotional impact that is faced through the lens of Tracy Nicole. Be sure to RATE, SUBSCRIBE, COMMENT, & SHARE! Follow - IG - @SilencetheShame FB - @SilencethShame

  • Bonus Episode: Silence the Shame x Vox ATL - Self Love in the Age of Social Media

    28/09/2022 Duração: 12min

    In this bonus episode co-hosted by VOX ATL and Silence the Shame, 10 teens came together this summer to learn about podcasting and to discuss their experiences and observations on how social media affects how we see and feel about ourselves. “ … when you’re cognizant of the idea that there’s a difference between real life and false reality, I think it’s a good time for you to get social media…” Teens also shared their strategies for self-love and mental health care. "This podcast was originally published at VOXATL.org, where teens from diverse backgrounds create a stronger, more equitable community through leadership and uncensored self expression. For more teens' original content or information about the nonprofit VOX ATL, visit voxatl.org."

  • Celebrating Recover w/ Monaleo & Dr. Chanda - Live from My Life is a Gift Summit

    21/09/2022 Duração: 42min

    On this special edition episode, we bring you a fireside chat from our My Life is a Gift: Suicide Summit in Atlanta. Host and Silence the Shame CEO, Shanti Das speaks with Hip-Hop artist Monaleo and licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Chanda about celebrating recovery. Monaleo very vulnerably dives into her history and journey with mental and emotional health, and the panel discusses the power in healing.

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