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Kye Plant has an intimate conversation with a different guest each episode about taboo and stigmatized subjects* Sometimes the guest is Kye's friend, but often times they've never spoken before. The two connect on the human experience and though we all have different lives, you'll find you're able to relate to parts of everyone's story!

Often a few laughs, sometimes a few tears, but ALWAYS an honest, raw and heartfelt conversation that is guaranteed to make you feel less alone.


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Dec 9, 2018

Joey tells her story of surviving a severe eating disorder--at her worst, she was binging 5 times per day but eventually she checked herself into an outpatient recovery program. PLUS we talk about the inter-connection between eating disorders and mental health. Joey is a writer who lives in New York (AND ALSO A REALLY...


Oct 29, 2018

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...


Sep 23, 2018

Tilly Baker 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...


Aug 28, 2018

Shayne Dyment has spent 22 of his 47 years in prison.  In the last few years, he has been diagnosed with BPD and ADHD which has allowed him to access support for his illnesses.  BASICALLY, Shayne is a glowing example of how untreated trauma and mental illness can manifest in EXTREME pain and suffering.  Oh, also, he's...


Jun 11, 2018

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...