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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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Jul 11, 2016

Nicole Herron discusses her battle with Fentanyl addiction and chronic pain.  We talk about drug addiction + dependency, detox, bad doctors, bad relationships, opiates, NA, support systems, withdrawals, medical marijuana, fibromyalgia, depression, lack of motivation, the joys of opiates, weird family stuff, AND SO MUCH MORE.  Nicole hasn't shared this story with many people and IT'S A GREAT EPISODE!  

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1 Comments
  • almost two years ago
    Cheree
    Stumbled across your podcasts..
    Very interesting and important to showcase these dimensions of being human! Very brave of both the host and guests to get up close and personal with raw subjects and emotions that are sometimes brushed under the rug.
    One off color observation: most speakers I have listened to on the site have a way of speaking...the use of 'like' and making their voices go up at the end of phrases. Is everyone from the same generation? Could be worthwhile to interview outside the millennials' generation as well. How does where and when you're born impact how one perceives and is perceived when 'feeling weird!'