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Episode Info: Episode 000 - Featuring my plans for the show, including interviews with women, mothers, entrpreneurs, artists and "regular" people.   Just because you aren't suffering the same as someone else. You see someone with a mental illness and say, "I'm not that person. I'm not so bad that I want to not live. I can get out of bed. My mental health is fine." But just because you aren't suffering that way, doesn't mean you aren't suffering. It doesn't mean that your story doesn't count. 2:55ish : Are you thinking, "But I'm boring, I don't have a story!" Trust me, you have a story. There are people out there, wondering the same as you. You might feel normal, you feel regular. You still hurt, you still feel pain, you still have wellness and emotions and bad habits and things to work through. You have life to deal with. Come share on introspection-aholics™ podcast. Tell other women, "It's not just you." 4:38ish : An Introspection-aholic™ is a term I created to define an aspect of myself and other women. Introspection-aholic™ definition (noun): A woman who is obsessed with the act of discovering, examining and analyzing her thoughts, actions and feelings. An Introspection-aholic™ is often someone who is quiet, intelligent, determined and enjoys seeking ways to improve herself. Being an Introspection-aholic™ is a positive trait. (Related words: observer, introvert, self reflection, attentive, mindful, self awareness) 5:10ish: This show isn't just for those with mental illnesses, it's for all women. Because mental health isn't exclusive to those with an illness. I want to share a quote from Ross Szabo (more about mental health here): "Mental Health is not having a mental illness. Oftentimes when people hear the words mental health they only think of mental illnesses, celebrity breakdowns or worst-case scenarios. They do not think of healthy images. The word mental has a stigma attached to it that can immediately trigger scenes from horror movies, school shootings and epic celebrity breakdowns like Charlie Sheen, Britney Spears, Amanda Bynes or Lindsey Lohan. However, mental health is not having a problem. It’s how you address all of the challenges in your life. It’s how you handle stress, break-ups, rejection, lack of sleep, loss and everything else. We need a clear definition of mental health as a baseline. The WorlRead more »

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