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Episode 13: Demons showed up and they lit a path to her connection + truth.

Guest: Dr. Saira Sabzaali In her sit down, Dr. Saira without holding back, shares her story about her journey with depression the depth and impact of her most recent depressive episode, living through food addiction and how she copes in day-to-day life with it, and how this all showed up in its fullest form after an […]
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Episode 12: The Hidden Truths Came to Light + then ‘Fun’ Happened

Guest: Rahim Printer Rahim shares and details his intimate experience with coming out to his family and identifying himself as part of the LGBTQ community. He took the time to explain that the journey was a long process, it takes time, there are more parts than he realized that are part of the coming out process. […]
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Episode 11: She acknowledged her turmoil, took her stance, and then she rose.

Guest: Clarity Barton Clarity sits down to talk about the depth of dark times in her journey as she shares about having no healthy memories of her childhood, having endured trauma, physical abuse and patriarchy. She talks about how she was desperate for love, affection and attention. She shares how she felt misunderstood and disconnected from […]
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Episode 10: Transformation began the moment she ‘exposed’ her secret.

Guest: Reena Ruparelia Reena talks about what it is like to be diagnosed with a skin condition known as psoriasis from the young age of fourteen, and how it remained unacknowledged for about 17 years. She shares how she lived a life defined with pain, self-hate and denial. Reena shares that for so long, no one […]
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Episode 9: When a Mother Faces Carrying Life and Death in her body

Guest: Farah Nasser With vulnerability, Farah shares the unimaginable experience of carrying a twinpregnancy close to full term, learning that one baby passed away and that she had to carry on the pregnancy to keep the other alive. She shares that there is always more to a person’s story than what we may know looking from […]
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