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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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Jul 27, 2018

Kolina talks about how her anxiety and depression coincide with OCD (TW: talk of suicide attempt).  In 7th grade her anxiety became VERY difficult and by age 13 she had her first counselor, but it would be years before her OCD was diagnosed.  

We also discuss: 
the hierarchy of mental illness and...

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...

Feb 22, 2017

Norah Hill 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...

Dec 12, 2016

Anya Dedyna and I talk about all things mental health!  We discuss: Borderline Personality Disorder; 
knowing your limits;  
naming your scary thoughts and feelings;  
(TW!) cutting;  
being an angsty teen;  
'the dark uglies';  
dissociating and shutting down;  
bailing on...

Sep 7, 2016

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...