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When you’re going through something hard, it’s easy to feel like nobody out there gets it. But we’re never as alone as we think we are. Every week on Help a Human Out, we’ll meet one person going through something hard...and get them practical help from a person who has been there. Guiding each episode with empathy and humor is host Miss Danielle, former host of a syndicated morning talk show and currently a special educator, mother and fiance. 



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We talk a lot on this show about self-care and how it looks different for different people. And sometimes, self-care might be a little unconventional. Today, Ms. Danielle and high-functioning stoner and advocate for marijuana wellness, Stacy Zeal answer a question about smoking weed and self-care. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more!   Stacy Zeal: https://maryzeal.com/ IG: @stacyzeal   Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“I am the worst.” “I’m such an idiot.” “Gosh, I hate myself!” Sound familiar? If your inner monologue sounds like that, then this episode is for you. Founder of WANT (Women Against Negative Talk), speaker, advocate and writer Katie Horwitch is here teaching us how to reframe the way we talk to ourselves. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more!   Katie (Joy) Horwitch https://www.katiejoyhorwitch.com/#home IG: @katiehorwitch   Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Why are we always trying to please the people around us – oftentimes to a degree where we put the needs of others ahead of our own? It’s exhausting. And most of the time it doesn’t even do all the good that we think it does. Luckily, Amy E. Smith, the Joy Junkie, specializes in teaching chronic people-pleasers and perfectionists how to speak up for themselves without being assholes and she is here to help all of us. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more!   Amy E. Smith https://thejoyjunkie.com/ IG: @thejoyjunkie   Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On July 25, 2021, former Officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. Accountability is not the same as justice, so where do we go from here? What happens next? We don’t have all the answers. But we know that this list, can’t keep growing: MA'KHIA BRYANT MATTHEW "ZADOK" WILLIAMS DAUNTE WRIGHT JAMES LIONEL JOHNSON DOMINIQUE WILLIAMS MARVIN SCOTT III JENOAH DONALD PATRICK WARREN XZAVIER HILL ROBERT HOWARD VINCENT BELMONTE BENNIE EDWARDS CASEY GOODSON JR. AIDEN ELLISON QUAWAN CHARLES KEVIN PETERSON JR. WALTER WALLACE JR. JONATHAN PRICE KURT REINHOLD DIJON KIZZEE DAMIAN DANIELS ANTHONY MCCLAIN JULIAN LEWIS MAURICE ABISDID-WAGNER RAYSHARD BROOKS PRISCILLA SLATER ROBERT FORBES KAMAL FLOWERS JAMEL FLOYD DAVID MCATEE JAMES SCURLOCK CALVIN HORTON JR. TONY MCDADE DION JOHNSON GEORGE FLOYD MAURICE GORDON CORNELIUS FREDERICKS STEVEN TAYLOR DANIEL PRUDE BREONNA TAYLOR BARRY GEDEUS MANUEL ELLIS AHMAUD ARBERY LIONEL MORRIS JAQUYN O'NEILL LIGHT WILLIAM GREEN DARIUS TARVER MICIAH LEE JOHN NEVILLE MICHAEL DEAN ATATIANA JEFFERSON BYRON WILLIAMS ELIJAH MCCLAIN JALEEL MEDLOCK TITI "TETE" GULLEY DOMINIQUE CLAYTON PAMELA TURNER RONALD GREENE STERLING HIGGINS BRADLEY BLACKSHIRE JASSMINE MCBRIDE ALEAH JENKINS EMANTIC BRADFORD JR. JEMEL ROBERSON CHARLES ROUNDTREE JR. BOTHAM JEAN HARITH AUGUSTUS JASON WASHINGTON ANTWON ROSE JR. ROBERT WHITE EARL MCNEIL MARCUS-DAVID PETERS DORIAN HARRIS DANNY RAY THOMAS STEPHON CLARK RONELL FOSTER DAMON GRIMES JAMES LACY CHARLEENA LYLES MIKEL MCINTYRE JORDAN EDWARDS TIMOTHY CAUGHMAN ALTERIA WOODS DESMOND PHILLIPS DEBORAH DANNER ALFRED OLANGO TERENCE CRUTCHER CHRISTIAN TAYLOR JAMARION ROBINSON DONNELL THOMPSON JR. JOSEPH MANN PHILANDO CASTILE ALTON STERLING JAY ANDERSON JR. CHE TAYLOR DAVID JOSEPH ANTRONIE SCOTT BETTIE JONES QUINTONIO LEGRIER COREY JONES SAMUEL DUBOSE DARRIUS STEWART SANDRA BLAND SUSIE JACKSON DANIEL SIMMONS ETHEL LANCE MYRA THOMPSON CYNTHIA HURD DEPAYNE MIDDLETON-DOCTOR SHARONDA COLEMAN-SINGLETON CLEMENTA PINCKNEY TYWANZA SANDERS KALIEF BROWDER FREDDIE GRAY NORMAN COOPER WALTER SCOTT NATASHA MCKENNA RUMAIN BRISBON TAMIR RICE AKAI GURLEY TANISHA ANDERSON LAQUAN MCDONALD CAMERON TILLMAN DARRIEN HUNT MICHAEL BROWN KAJIEME POWELL MICHELLE CUSSEAUX DANTE PARKER EZELL FORD AMIR BROOKS JOHN CRAWFORD III ERIC GARNER JERRY DWIGHT BROWN VICTOR WHITE III MARQUISE JONES YVETTE SMITH RENISHA MCBRIDE JONATHAN FERRELL DEION FLUDD GABRIEL WINZER WAYNE A. JONES KIMANI GRAY KAYLA MOORE COREY STINGLEY DARNESHA HARRIS JORDAN DAVIS MOHAMED BAH SGT. JAMES BROWN DARIUS SIMMONS REKIA BOYD TRAYVON MARTIN WILLIE RAY BANKS KENNETH CHAMBERLAIN SR. CLETIS WILLIAMS ROBERT RICKS EUGENE ELLISON DANROY "DJ" HENRY JR. AIYANA STANLEY-JONES LAWRENCE ALLEN OSCAR GRANT JULIAN ALEXANDER MARVIN PARKER DEAUNTA FARROW SEAN BELL KATHRYN JOHNSTON TIMOTHY STANSBURY JR. ALBERTA SPRUILL ANTHONY DWAIN LEE RICKY BYRDSONG AMADOU DIALLO JAMES BYRD JR. NICHOLAS HEYWARD JR. MARY MITCHELL SHARON WALKER ELEANOR BUMPURS EDWARD GARDNER ELTON HAYES FRED HAMPTON MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. ALBERTA ODELL JONES JIMMIE LEE JACKSON MALCOLM X JAMES EARL CHANEY LOUIS ALLEN MEDGAR EVERS HERBERT LEE JOHN EARL REESE EMMETT TILL WILLIAM MCDUFFIE DELLA MCDUFFIE MALCOLM WRIGHT GEORGE STINNEY JR. DR. ANDREW C. JACKSON WILL BROWN LEVI HARRINGTON And so many other lives that were taken... Sources: Visualizing Racial Disparities ACLU Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more!   Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
To say we are excited about this one is an understatement. International workout sensation Shaun T is on the pod. But before he was Shaun T, he was a kid named Shaun who didn’t always trust and believe in himself. So today, he is here to share how he worked through the hard things in his life and how he hopes you can too. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more!   Shaun T: https://shauntfitness.com/ IG: @shaunt   Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Owning Your Narrative

Owning Your Narrative

2021-06-1629:48

We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to talk directly to our helpers. Thank you for all your comments, DMs and emails responding to our series on workplace abuse. We knew we would be in remiss if we didn’t take the time to address everything that was sent to us. So, here is a very special episode of Help A Human Out, brought to you by… well, you! Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more! Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Once upon a time, Ms. Danielle went by the stage name Danni Starr. She was a radio personality on a nationally syndicated show. It was amazing. And it was also awful. Sarah Fraser, also formerly of the same show, is here to talk about what happens behind the radio magic. In part two of this mini-series, Sarah and Ms. Danielle talk about moving forward after experiencing intense workplace trauma. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Once upon a time, Ms. Danielle went by the name Danni Starr. She was a radio personality on a nationally syndicated show. It was amazing. And it was also awful. Sarah Fraser, also formerly of the same show, is here to talk about what happens behind the radio magic. For the first time on this podcast, Ms. Danielle is telling the story of the death of Danni Starr and what it was like working for The Kane Show. This is part one of a two part story on workplace abuse. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more! Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Sarah Fraser: https://heyfrase.com/ IG: @thesarahfrasershow Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Living Authentically

Living Authentically

2021-05-1948:37

One of the things we believe in is showing up in the world as your authentic self. But HOW exactly do we do that?! This episode, Ms. Danielle talks with speaker, life coach and founder of Embodied Black Girl, Thérèse Cator about what it means to be authentic and how we can work toward showing up as our authentic selves. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more! Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Thérèse Cator https://theresecator.com/ IG: @theresecator Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It’s been a brutal 15 months for us all. But in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic and a pandemic of racism, teachers have been asked to step up to the plate like never before. On this episode, Ms. Danielle talks to elementary school teacher, advocate and mother Mrs. Johora Warren about what it's like teaching through two pandemics. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more! Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Mrs. Johora Warren IG: @thatssojohorrible Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Take Care of Yourself

Take Care of Yourself

2021-05-0555:56

Self-care is more important than ever. And it’s also harder than ever to do. Sometimes it feels like the world won’t stop falling apart long enough for us to process and take care of ourselves. Luckily, one of our favs, Dr. Britt is back to talk about self-care in an unprecedented time. Follow @hahopodcast on Instagram for more! Ms. Danielle:  https://msdanielleferrentino.com/ IG: @msdanielleferrentino Dr. Brittany Jean-Louis https://www.brittanyjeanlouis.com/ IG: @dr._britt Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In a court of law, why is the presumption of innocence given to some people, but not others? How are mothers, fathers, Black people en masse supposed to navigate a world where they were born guilty? In this episode, Ms. Danielle asks you – the listener, the audience, society – why you still don’t believe Black people. Follow us @hahopodcast on Instagram for more. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How do we help the people that we love who are in abusive relationships? It’s a hard question that many of us have asked ourselves before. For Kenzie, she wants to help her mom, but she doesn’t know how. On this episode of Help A Human Out, Ms. Danielle talks with author, speaker and podcast host Paul Colaianni about abuse and what we can do to be there for those we care about. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
When Jasmine took a DNA test, she was not expecting to find out about a long lost sister. She came to us for advice on how to start a relationship with this person and Ms. Danielle knew exactly who to call. On this episode of Help A Human Out, Ms. Danielle talks to her best friend Claire Anton about how a DNA test changed her life. For more, find us @hahopodcast on Instagram. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Kids Are Not All Right

The Kids Are Not All Right

2021-03-0301:15:04

This is the story of Aria Joy Burch-Senser – a beautiful, talented and happy young girl who will be forever frozen at age 13. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for individuals 10-24. We don’t talk to our kids enough about mental health and suicide. They are issues shrouded by stigma, and not talking about them with the young people in our lives is a major contributing factor to the statistics. Ms. Danielle sits down with mom and social worker Brittani Senser to have a conversation about youth mental health and suicide. A transcript of this episode is available here. - Do You Care Now? - National Alliance on Mental Illness Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In our final episode of Black Story Month, we asked our Black listeners, coworkers, friends and family to send in a voice memo answering three questions: 1. What is your favorite thing about Black culture? 2. If you had the chance, would you ever give up being Black? 3. What does Black excellence mean to you and how do you embody it? This special episode is a collection of stories from all over the country — including two little girls (who call Danielle mom) learning about their own Black girl magic. For a transcript of this episode, click here. Show Notes: - Still Kickin Sessions on unlearning racism - The Black businesses featured in this episode: Civic Saint, Gigi’s Flair Emporium, A Freeman’s Place Counseling, and Kismet of Kings - Follow on Instagram: @hahopodcast @msdanielleferrentino @mrjross @lifebytosin @tanishanichole  Shop Our Sponsor: Civic Saint - specifically designed to bring you joy and root your determination as we strive for a just, equitable world. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What does family mean to you? For Ms. Danielle, and a lot of us, family is everything. You learn so much about someone based on where they came from. This week, Ms. Danielle talks with Jesse Ross - Executive Director of Still Kickin, international speaker, diversity and inclusion leader, and father about growing up, living in North Minneapolis and what it’s like raising Black babies in a racist world. Show Notes: - @mrjross - Jesse’s Website - Protests and Privilege - with Jesse Ross - All Still Kickin Sessions Shop Our Sponsor: FMYH (Fancy Meeting You Here) Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“Can I touch your hair?” “You don’t talk Black.” “You’re pretty for a Black girl.” These are all examples of microaggressions — nasty little comments that get said to Black women every single day and that add up to major trauma. Being a Black woman in modern America is anything but easy. This week, Ms. Danielle is joined by friend and radio personality Tanisha Nichole to talk about microaggressions, how you can recognize them, and how you can help stop them from causing harm. A transcript of this episode is available here. If you have a topic you'd like to see addressed on the show, let us know by recording a voice memo into your phone and emailing it to us at podcast@stillkickin.co.   We reserve one free ad in every HAHO episode for a BIPOC-owned business. If that's you, reach out to us at podcast@stillkickin.co. — SHOW NOTES: - @tanishanichole on Instagram - “Empathy and Eyebrows” by Ms. Danielle - Getting Comfortable with Discomfort with Ms. Danielle - Still Kickin Sessions (Full List) - “Did you really just say that?” - advice on confronting microaggressions by Rebecca A. Clay   SHOP OUR SPONSOR:  - Civic Saint — products that inspire joy, nostalgia and reflection all while fighting for racial and social equity. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The stats don’t lie: Racial inequality in the health care field is a real problem. How did we get to this point? And what do we do going forward? This week’s expert, Dr. Tosin Odunsi, shines light on the lack of diversity within the health care profession, the importance of representation, and the work she is doing to effect change. A transcript of this episode is available here. If you have a topic you'd like to see addressed on the show, let us know by recording a voice memo into your phone and emailing it to us at podcast@stillkickin.co. We reserve one free ad in every HAHO episode for a BIPOC-owned business. If that's you, reach out to us at podcast@stillkickin.co. — SHOW NOTES: @lifebytosin @thementorshipsquad Register for Dr. Odunsi's Session on February 18 Still Kickin Sessions - Advocacy is great. Action is better. SHOP OUR SPONSOR:  - Civic Saint — products that inspire joy, nostalgia and reflection all while fighting for racial and social equity. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What makes a family? It’s not just one mom, one dad, 2.5 kids and miscellaneous pets. And when it comes to blending families, you’re also blending their own experiences, insecurities and personalities. It’s not easy, and parents don’t always have the answers! So we asked the (now grown-up) baby of a big, blended family to help us out. A transcript of this episode is available here. If you have a topic you'd like to see addressed on the show, let us know by recording a voice memo into your phone and emailing it to us at podcast@stillkickin.co. We reserve one free ad in every HAHO episode for a BIPOC-owned business. If that's you, reach out to us at podcast@stillkickin.co. — SHOW NOTES: - Join the Still Kickin Club - Shop Our Merch!  SHOP OUR SPONSOR: - Theramones Body Oils — Made from natural, non-toxic, cruelty-free ingredients, including their signature tri-oil blend of almond, avocado, and shea nut oils. Their body oils work on all skin and hair types and keep everything feeling healthy and soft. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/help-a-human-out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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