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Pardon My Mind with Rachel & Hiiro

Author: Rachel Rozen & Hiiro Prince

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We're constantly getting to know our minds. And when we have guests, we get to know them behind their public image, so that you can get to know them beyond their Social Media presence. Mental health awareness and inclusivity across the human spectrum (especially with the LGBTQ+ community) is near and dear to us. We find the beauty in vulnerability. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel (@PardonMyMind) to continue supporting us, as these episodes can be WATCHED as well! Follow us on Instagram @pardonmymindpod and on Facebook @pardonmymindpod. *Theme music by Matcha Dacha.*

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Are you listening, or are you already commenting? We chat about how comments and opinions are put on a pedestal. These days, the narrative in the digital world has already been formed before the actual narrator has had the chance to be fully listened to. Are folx reacting poorly based on woke exhaustion? And, is there a lack of emotional availability because of this, which leads to more closed-off people who have lost their superpowers of vulnerability and transparency?Some heavy-hitter topic...
In this episode of Pardon My Mind, Rachel shares her struggles with being addicted to suffering, while Hiiro reflects on his deep-rooted complex of being forgotten and forgetting anything in general. How are these concepts presented in our lives, and what began these behavioural patterns and ultimately may impact the future? Can you relate?LINKS:Watch This Episode on YouTubeInstagram (@pardonmymindpod)Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)Website
And just like that...Wait... wrong show!Hello and from the 🧠 🧠 of Rachel and Hiiro, we welcome you back to PMM! It's been a hot Summer and we're ready to deep dive into discussions about real life and all things mental health, and then some.We try to get to the point (you'll see what we mean when you start listening...), as Rachel opens up about her new realizations on life and anxiety and Hiiro speaks of his 'advocacy fatigue', as he continues to navigate society post formal diagnosis with m...
Get ready to sit down and absorb the many intriguing stories that Jeremie Jalapeno (nee Drainville) has to impart to us, ranging from how he started the infamous Men in Tubs calendar to his "trip" (pun INtended) in Peru.Jeremie “Jalapeno” hails from Gatineau, Quebec and currently resides in Nelson, BC. His love for snowboarding brought him to BC. At the end of the 2014, he fractured his left kneecap snowboarding in a competition, which led him to discover his love of taking photos and for dis...
Check out Part 1 with Alice on Episode 78! We're so inspired by their transformation and how far they've come!We caught up with Canada's ONLY professional drag wrestler, Alice Starr, who appeared on the pod last year as they were breaking into the world of wrestling through drag! Since our last chat, Alice has become one of the main stars on the Canadian reality TV series, Drag Heals, which follows the journeys of Queer folx, as they learn how to embody themselves as drag artists!Alice and th...
We are fortunate to be joined by Tobias Picker, who has drawn commissions from and performances by the world’s leading musicians, orchestras, and opera houses! Tobias, is known for his scores behind many operas, including his most recent adaptation of the iconic non-fiction book, Awakenings, by Oliver Sacks. You may recall the famous movie adaptation from the 90's with Robert De Niro and Robin Williams, which recounts the life histories of those who had been victims of the 1920s encephalitis ...
In this episode, we chat about turning your mental health challenges into your own, personal superpowers! Also, as we approach another year older, how does our mental health get affected by our birthdays??Pardon My Mind Links:Watch This Episode on YouTubeInstagram (@pardonmymindpod)Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)Website
"Expectation is the mother of all frustration." - Antonio BanderasHow do "resolutions" affect our mental health?Pardon My Mind Links:Watch This Episode on YouTubeInstagram (@pardonmymindpod)Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)Website
*Magdalena joins the conversation at the 16 minute mark.*Magdalena is a storyteller through the mediums of photography, filmmaking and storytelling. She is an artist who is not afraid show the authentic, raw and beautiful messiness of being human. Her subject matter has ranged throughout the years, from skate culture, the heavy metal music scene, A-list celebrities, editorials, and more recently diverse groups of people in diverse settings and the archival of her muse, her late mother.She is ...
We're joined by genderqueer trans Jew and multi-hyphenate, Dubbs Weinblatt (they/them)! Dubbs grew up in Ohio and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY and is an established writer, producer, podcaster and activist. They spent 5 years as an Associate Director of Education and Training for an organization called Keshet (Rainbow in Hebrew), a national organization that works for the full equality of all LGBTQ+ Jews and their families in Jewish life.Dubbs opens up about their mental health, gender a...
The Last Sip episodes are just us… your Jewcy co-hosts. We squeeze out that last drop of the convo. In this episode we discuss how mental health has been put in the spotlight by celebrities who share their raw journeys, the people who inspire us to keep on trucking with our own mental health journeys, neurodiversity and more.We're so happy you found us! In order to continue making Jewcy content for you we'd love if you'd Subscribe, Like, Comment, Share, Tag, Save, Post, Review, Tweet, Toot, T...
What happens when 4 Jews, nonetheless all podcasters, join over Zoom for an episode about Jewish culture and entertainment? Well, you get the JEWIEST banter and chutzpah, that's what!Join us for a fun and insightful kvetch session with the hosts of A Bintel Brief Podcast, Ginna Green and Lynn Harris. A Bintel Brief is your classic Jewish advice column, now in podcast format! The podcast is an extension of the long-standing (founded in 1897), iconic Jewish media outlet based in NYC, The Forwar...
Leah Lax joins us from Texas and takes an inning (or 2) from the Astros World Series game to get Jewcy about her vibrant story and upcoming opera based on her memoir, Uncovered: How I Left Hasidic Life and Finally Came Home. Leah is a published award-winning fiction, nonfiction and prose poetry author. The opera, based on Uncovered, will be premiering mid-November, 2022, hosted by the City Lyric Opera in New York, NY!Learn about Leah's incredibly journey of living a secret life for 30 years i...
We're joined by local BC, Canada queer, and thanks to his partner Jer, TikTok icon, Darcy Michael!A man of many stories and talents, Darcy got his humble beginnings in performing arts through theatre and drama. This led him to stand up comedy and then into TV and media opportunities. He has toured with Russell Peters and starred opposite Canadian comedic icon, Dave Foley. He's also a proud co-parent to his daughter, enjoying growing "vegetables", and has been with his partner, Jer, for 20 yea...
Ruby Starlight, international drag artist, sparkles in this raw and sincere discussion about drag, art, race and culture, including professional and personal experiences in between. Learn about her story and starting drag only 2 years ago, yet making a name for herself both in France and Vancouver, Canada!Ruby's Links:Instagram (@itsrubystarlight)Pardon My Mind Links: YouTube Instagram (@pardonmymindpod)Facebook (@pardonmymindpod)Website
We get to chat with Latin Pop duo, BriGuel! A creative couple living in New York City, Brianne and Miguel Gluckstern are on a mission to harmonize humanity through their work in music and film. From award-winning shorts, anthemic songs and philanthropic initiatives, these 2 are a force to be reckoned with.Their current fundraiser is for Ukrainian displaced persons finding refuge at the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation in Poland. We chat about the connection all 4 of us have with the holocau...
With everyone "back to school", your favourite Jewcy Duo is back in business and ready to pump up the content with a fresh Last Sip catch-up edition!We talk about what we've been up to this Summer, while on hiatus, and our mental health journeys throughout that time. The transition from Summer into Fall can be an emotional roller coaster for an anxiety and depression sufferer. We share our strategies we hope to have in place in time for this years' seasonal transition. Also, Hiiro opens up ab...
This is one of the most emotionally moving episodes we've recorded to date. We cover some sensitive mental health topics, such as medication, as well as suicide. If you're in Canada and you or someone you know is in crisis and needs immediate help, please visit https://thelifelinecanada.ca/suicide-prevention-crisis-centre-contact-information/crisis-centres/. If you're in the United States - https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/Season 18 Project Runway winner, Geoffrey Mac says hello from Bro...
Cody Candelario blows our minds with many stories behind his journey and self discovery of becoming the chef he is today. Far beyond his fame from season 19 of Hell's Kitchen, he started working in the kitchen as a teenager and gradually moved up the ladder across different restaurants.Cody opens up about his media production brand and how it is the gateway to showcase the what he has brewing. He also shares some life lessons and learnings around resilience and mental health, which we found p...
Leon Elias Wu, Founder and Creator of SharpeHaus joins us for a down to earth discussion about his journey as an Asian-American Gentletransman and his achievements so far within activism, fashion and lifestyle.A true advocate for the LGBTQ+ communities, Leon is only getting started with his initiatives and opens up about his visions and aspirations with SharpeHaus. SharpeHaus is a collective of artists, creators and innovators empowered by visual activism that promotes women, people of color ...
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