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43 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
A Good Cry About Being Close to Death and Finding Meditation w/Doug Sands
Host, Amy (@amyfried) is joined by Doug Sands (@makingyourmeaning) to share his experience of being on a hike that changed his life to finding meditation and hypnosis. He and Amy talk about their experiences with depression and desperation to feel better. Doug gives tips to beginner meditators and shares his journey to healing through meditation through helpful resources and advice. Gear up for another enlightening episode of Have A Good Cry! We are gearing up for more episodes for Season 2! Send us topics you want to hear related to mental health, physical health, career/finance, and relationships. Message @havegoodcrypod on IG or email email@example.com with your recommendations! Links: Instagram 7-Day Stress-Free Challenge Making Meaning Podcast Secular Buddhism Podcast
49 minutes | Mar 30, 2021
A Good Cry About Overwhelming Stress to Meditating into Healing w/Dawna Campbell
Host, Amy (@amyfried) is joined by Dawna Campbell (@healingheartinc) to talk about how she quit her career in finance to live a more meditative life, and how she started a business around mind whispering. She talks about huge life transitions with obstacles, something we can all relate to. We are gearing up for more episodes for Season 2! Send us topics you want to hear related to mental health, physical health, career/finance and relationships. Message @havegoodcrypod on IG or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your recommendations! Find Dawna: Instagram Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Buy her book: https://www.amazon.com/FINANCIALLY-FIT-Secrets-Abundant-Prosperous-ebook/dp/B08R5FK4M2
37 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
A Good Cry About Childhood Trauma to Journaling into Self-Actualization w/NikiMarie
Our host, Amy (@amyfried) is joined by NikiMarie (@nikimarie), mental heath advocate, radio, and podcast host, to discuss her history with sexual assault, suicidal thoughts, and diagnoses of postpartum depression and social anxiety. Niki shares the power of journaling, as well as the release that is caused by self-reflection. Amy and Niki relate to each other with trauma and their late partying stages. Gear up for some great tips for self-actualization in another great episode of Have A Good Cry. We are gearing up for more episodes for Season 2! Send us topics you want to hear related to mental health, physical health, career/finance and relationships. Message @havegoodcrypod on IG or email email@example.com with your recommendations! NikiMarie's Radio Show airs on Wednesdays at 9:30AM EST and Fridays at 9:30AMJust look for Mornings with NikiMarie and The Balancing ActLinksPodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-balancing-act-highs-lows-lessons/id1553516472Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nikimarie_radio/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/272488964453031/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
46 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
A Good Cry About Separation in Marriage & Finding Solutions w/Drew Davis
Host, Amy (@amyfried) is joined by Drew Davis (@drewsybluesy) to discuss the difficulties of separating from a significant other. Drew shares his experience with divorce with a child, and the difficulties and triumphs of raising a child together but separate. They share their experiences with couples’ therapy and dating, as well as share their views on how people can really “complete” each other, and what to look for in a relationship. We are gearing up for more episodes for Season 2! Send us topics you want to hear related to mental health, physical health, career/finance, and relationships. Message @havegoodcrypod on IG or email email@example.com with your recommendations!
46 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
A Good Cry About Crippling Anxiety to Successful Personal Boundaries w/Erica Huang
Today our host Amy (@amyfried) is talking to Erica Huang (@bougeandrouge), blogger and podcast host, about her experiences overcoming anxiety, panic attacks, and mania. Erica and Amy both talk about their emotional dependencies in relationships, both of their ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) diagnoses, and the frustrations that come with their disorders. Erica discusses her highs and lows of mania, and how she has to set boundaries to stay present with herself. We have all felt like we could be superman or woman at some point but really just end up running ourselves thin. You don’t want to miss this episode. We are gearing up for more episodes for Season 2! Send us topics you want to hear related to mental health, physical health, career/finance, and relationships. Message @havegoodcrypod on IG or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your recommendations! Episode Links Bouge & Rouge Blog - www.bougeandrouge.com Bouge & Rouge Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGhjRlntcg_WYCvl8CTV4iA Etc Podcast - https://open.spotify.com/show/3dXKiNxGRtzNO4i81xfUOy
43 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
A Good Cry About Financial Dependence in Marriage to Thriving Independently w/Vasavi Kumar
Our host Amy (@amyfried) talks to Vasavi Kumar (@mynameisvasavi) an international public speaker, Licensed Therapist, and Business Strategist, about pivoting her life from being financially dependent on her former husband, as well as dependence on family to cultivating and creating her own happiness independently. Vasavi and Amy bond over being in therapy from a young age, and discuss the damsel culture they were taught. Amy reflects on her own standards for dating and Vasavi shares how being single and independent has changed the way she thinks about marriage. Anyone can learn a lot from Vasavi’s perspective about financial independence and overall independence. FREE SWAG GIVEAWAY - HAGC logo stickers, magnets or pins - Follow @havegoodcrypod on Instagram and message us your preference! Episode Links Join the Mind Your Own Business Membership - https://www.vasavikumar.com/membership Take the 5 Min - How well do you know yourself quiz - https://www.vasavikumar.com/takethequiz Sign up for February’s Hit Publish Mastermind - https://vasavikumar.com/mastermind Uplevel 1:1 Coaching - https://info039486.typeform.com/to/WwOqsmda
48 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
A Good Cry About OCD & Counting Your Carrots to Healthy Eating w/Johnny Crowder
Today our host Amy (@amyfried) talks to Johnny Crowder (@johnnycrowderlovesyou), founder of Cope Notes and abuse survivor about his experiences with OCD, an eating disorder, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. He describes his journey of working out to achieve a six-pack as the lead singer of a band and associating his success with his physique to actually enjoying food by finding healthy eating habits and intermittent fasting. Amy opens up about her own experiences with eating, including her unhealthy habits while being a college athlete in architecture school and they bond over their thoughts on being active/working out. There’s something to learn along every step of Johnny’s journey. For this episode share the podcast with one friend to help us grow our community! We will be releasing the next 8 episodes bi-weekly beginning January 12th! We hope you're as excited about them as we are to release them. Happy Holidays everyone and we hope you have some good cries!Episode Links Cope Notes - https://copenotes.comIG: @copenotesFB: @copenotesTwitter: @copenotesLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/copenotesJohnny's MediaFB: @johnnyxcrowderIG: @johnnycrowderlovesyouLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/johnnycrowder
52 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
A Good Cry About Stopping the Show To Go To The Bathroom w/Sophie Shepherd
We’ve all had our close calls. In this episode our host, Amy (@amyfried) talks to Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner Sophie Shepherd (@shetalkshealth) about her journey with paralyzing gut health, irritable bowel syndrome, Hashimoto disease to finding a balanced life by freeing herself from an abusive boyfriend, taking care of her diet, firing the wrong doctors, and getting an education in nutrition and menstrual health. Amy discusses her own experiences with GERD (acid reflux) & Barretts Esophagus health. Everybody has their own pain and health concerns, so jump into Sophie’s story and we guarantee you’ll find something valuable.If you enjoy these episodes then tell one friend about the show to spread the love. Follow us on Instagram @havegoodcrypod or email email@example.com for questions. Episode Links: SHE COMMUNITY - FREE FACEBOOK PAGE FOR WOMEN LOOKING FOR SUPPORT EMPOWER HER - 12 WEEK GUT & HORMONE GROUP PROGRAM - https://www.sophieandkylene.com/empowerher SHINE HEALTH EXPERIENCE - 6 months 1:1 VIP work with Sophie - https://shetalkshealth.com/work-with-she SHE TALKS HEALTH PODCAST - RESOURCES ON ALL THINGS WOMEN'S HEALTH - https://open.spotify.com/show/3SgKEAauMb7BJU4m1Y70BX IG/FB - @Shetalkshealthwww.instagram.com/shetalkshealth
49 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
A Good Cry About Dating: Pre, During & Never-Ending COVID w/Stephanie from Asian Bae Club
Dating sucks, it’s a love-hate relationship that we all go through, and at some point, it has ended in crying. Stephanie (@miss.hautemess) from the Asian Bae Club Podcast (@asianbaeclub) joins us to discuss the differences and difficulties of dating pre vs during and really never-ending COVID. Our host Amy Friedman (@amyfried), discusses her tactics of going on first dates only while she was unemployed pre-covid, and how COVID has changed her dating habits. Finally, Stephanie and Amy discuss their violating experiences where they did not consent and how they overcame it. It’s important to discuss the full picture because we want you to know you’re not alone and it’s always okay to Have A Good Cry. If you enjoy these episodes then tell one friend about the show to spread the love. Follow us on Instagram @havegoodcrypod or email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.Note: We will discuss sexual assault in a future episode.
57 minutes | Nov 28, 2020
A Good Cry About Self-Harm & Hate to Appreciating the Seasons of You w/Mel West
Do you know what it’s like to hate yourself and feel like you’re other? Podcaster Mel West (@heymelwest) of A Little Buzzed Podcast(@alittlebuzzedpodcast), talks with our host Amy Friedman (@amyfried), about her journey with depression, hating herself growing up, and experimenting with self-harm to dissuade feeling of otherness. We discuss how Mel found self-love and how to appreciate the different emotional seasons she experiences in life through different therapies including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, the four agreements, and questioning languages. It takes time to find yourself and we are always still working on it, but know you’re not alone. If you like this episode post it on your social media in a story. Follow us on Instagram @havegoodcrypod or email email@example.com for questions.
46 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
A Good Cry About Being Broke with $30 & A Metrocard to Thriving Entrepreneur w/Caitlin Jones
At some point you’ve had $0 in your bank account. In this episode our host, Amy (@amyfried) discusses with Caitlin Jones (@caitlinjones) how she went from being broke to financial stability by focusing on her optimizing her schedule and increasing her value while marketing her skills as a fitness professional, and a real estate agent. Amy discusses insecurities with money, and the fear she experienced after losing 2 jobs. This story includes a stolen credit card and stolen, a stint on MasterChef, and professional dancing for the Brooklynettes. We’ve cried at least once over money so you’ll probably feel seen. We’re giving away free stickers! Follow and DM @havegoodcrypod on Instagram to get them! WARNING: We are not financial advisors, we are just talking about our experiences so dont hold us to it. Just please don’t sue us. Thank you in advance :)
46 minutes | Aug 11, 2020
A Good Cry About Losing A Parent w/Allyson Schwartz
Can you imagine losing one of your parents too soon? Loss isn’t easy, and everyone grieves differently. This week, Allyson Schwartz (@thesilverliningblogger), creator of The Silver Lining blog, talks with our host Amy Friedman (@amyfried) about running from her emotions after her mother past from RVCL when she was 25, and eventually turned her grief into a positive outlet through blogging and becoming a counselor at Experience Camp to help support children experiencing loss. If you like this episode don’t forget to tell at least one friend to listen in and subscribe. Follow us on Instagram @havegoodcrypod or email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
47 minutes | Jul 16, 2020
A Good Cry About Being Ghosted After 4 Years w/Lauren Howley
Can you imagine if your relationship ended with your boyfriend ghosting you after 4 years of dating? Breakups are never easy, for some they are the hardest thing to overcome, and crying is usually the beginning to get over them. This week, Lauren Howley (@love_loho) talks with our host Amy Friedman (@amyfried) about how she overcame her ending without an ending to find new happiness in life. Giveaway - Have A Good Cry stickers are being given to the first 25 people who sign up for the mailing list at havegoodcry.com If you like this episode don’t forget to tell at least one friend to listen in and subscribe where ever you get your podcasts. Follow us on Instagram @havegoodcrypod or email email@example.com for comments and questions.
45 minutes | May 19, 2020
A Good Cry About An IED Explosion w/Carl Covington
Can you imagine recovering from an IED explosion? The emotional and physical toll is just the beginning. This week, Carl Covington (@carl_covington) shares his story about serving in the Army, being wounded by an IED, and how his service turned into an opportunity that shaped his career and life today. Hosted by Amy Friedman (@amyfried). Follow us on Instagram @havegoodcrypod or email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions. Subscribe to get newsletter updates at havegoodcry.com.
4 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Trailer: Welcome to Have a Good Cry Podcast
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