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Lindo Bacon — “Radical Belonging: How to Survive and Thrive in an Unjust World”

What is the most important factor in being healthy? Exercise? Diet? Meditation? No, it’s your zip code. Dr. Lindo Bacon has spent their career studying the intersection of health and social justice issues. Their newest book, “Radical Belonging: How to Survive and Thrive in an Unjust World (While Transforming it for the Better)” is a deeply personal look at how their gender identity caused them to experience discrimination and un-belonging, and how those kinds of experiences have real and observable effects on our neuro-biology. Find out more at

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Vaccine Hesitant? That is ok…

Prayers UP for Health & Happiness for Humanity! I am known as an M.D. in my community for minimal prescribing and/or doing so only if needed. I usually wait > 1 year to try any new meds (scientific method and gathering data) if needed for my patients, when considering new medicines.   It is ok […] Continue reading…

NEW to MHNR Network!  Anxiously Okay Hosted by Alec Baynes


Anxiously Okay with Alec Baynes hosting a podcast dedicated to anxiety sufferers and those that love them as they learn to both manage and thrive while living with anxiety.

“If someone listens to my podcast and feels less alone with their anxiety, then I did my job.” – Alec Baynes

Alec Baynes began his podcast with the vision of helping listeners understand that you don’t have to live your life as though your anxiety is a defect. He brings a unique and youthful perspective on the topic of living with anxiety. His vision is that his listeners feel less alone living with their anxiety from the perspective of one who suffers himself.

As a young adult in today’s society, we expect them to be capable of managing work, family, friends, school, and more as though life is the same as it was 50 years ago. Today’s young adults are living in an age of chaos, and it’s completely understandable when some live with anxiety. Alec brings his experiences living with anxiety before having found therapy as well as all of the tools he has learned since turning to professional help. He aims to share both his experiences as well as his self-care tools that help him manage daily life.

About Mental Health News Radio Network

Mental Health News Radio Network hosts over 90 podcasts dedicated to all aspects of mental health. It is the world’s first and largest podcast network dedicated to all things mental health. Its Speakers’ Bureau and filmed series such as Mixed Nuts: Comedians and Mental Health allow it to further its mission to reach as many people in as many places as possible to encourage dialogue about mental health.


About Alec Baynes

Alec Baynes is 24 years old and works as an Advertisement Evaluator and Medical Transcriber, both work from home positions. He spent most of his life believing that his anxiety was a defect and exclusive to himself. He lives with anxiety, is not a doctor or a therapist, but rather, he uses his personal experiences in helping his listeners. As a Communications major in college, he always felt more akin to writing than speaking, and his podcast is one more tool that helps him confront his own anxiety. He enjoys video games, movies, writing, puzzles, family, and friends.



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I Finally Found Self-Compassion

Cancer and cancer treatment are not for the faint of heart. I ended up in the ER and a hospital stay last weekend. During the darkest moments of that experience, I stopped fighting what was and surrendered to what is. I was overcome with a sense of peace. And, then the tears came. I realized what I was feeling was self-compassion: a feeling I had not felt in the seven years of living with cancer. Self-compassion is the key to self-soothing. Yet, it is often misunderstood and and so many resist its practice. Let me tell what I learned from facing fear.

Give Yourself Permission To Be YOU

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Give yourself permission to be fully YOU. It’s worth it.

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When your kid plays hooky….

We all want to play hooky at times, right? I just received an email that my son missed virtual school today. “WTF? I thought to myself.” I paused. Got the data. Came up with a parenting plan and now thought why not share a “real time parenting” moment with all of you. “WE are in […] Continue reading…

Quinton Flynn | Actor shares stories on substance abuse and depression | Funky Brain Podcast

Quinton Flynn is a well-known actor and voice actor. He is notable for providing voices in video games such as Raiden in the Metal Gear series, Marcus Damin in Digimon Data Squad, Lea and Axel in The Kingdom Hearts series. He is also a recurring actor in the Crash Bandicoot video game series. He also voiced Jhin from League of Legends and Silver the Hedgehog in the Sonic video game series.


Thanks for watching The Funky Brain Podcast with Dennis Berry.

Dennis is a Life Coach for Addiction Recovery and Life Mastery. If you are struggling with any type of addiction like alcohol, food, porn, drugs, or shopping, reach out for help. Asking for help is the first step in solving the addiction puzzle.

Maybe you’re not struggling with an addiction, but you are simply “stuck” in life and don’t know how to push through. Dennis is the master in helping people get laser-focused, accomplishing their goals and dreams, and achieving life mastery on every level.

Dennis works with people worldwide and currently has clients in England, Australia, and India. Zoom is a beautiful tool for helping people all over the world.

If you like what you see, and you’d like to hire Dennis to speak at your next event, he is the best motivational keynote speaker on the planet. He brings a ton of energy, experience, motivation, and inspiration to the table. His fun, witty, unique spin on life, with a touch of humor, will leave you motivated to get out there and improve yourself.



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Turn Off the Alarm Bells — How to Prioritize Civility in a Divisive World: Interview with Sejal Thakkar | Episode 79

At the heart of civility is respect. Respect and dignity are essential for psychological safety, especially when others have diverse experiences and viewpoints. Civility is not about complacency or placating. It’s not about denying or pushing away strong feelings that can emerge when conflict emerges. It’s about temporarily suspending our alarm bells for a period of time so we can do the hard work of “climbing the empathy wall” to better understand the deep stories behind those we see as “the other.”

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In this podcast, I interview Sejal Thakkar, an employment lawyer whose family immigrated from India. She has lived the duality of a “betwixt/between” life and has experienced the incivility of discrimination. As she grew through these experiences, she developed a “civility plan” to help workplaces improve their tactics for psychological safety.

About Sejal Thakkar, Esq.
Sejal Thakkar
Dubbing herself “Chief Civility Officer”, Sejal is not your average employment law attorney! Her more than fifteen years of experience advising clients, human resources personnel, and legal counsel regarding sound, standard employment practices uncovered a need – and personal passion – for bringing more proactive, relevant, and impactful workplace training programs to her clients and their teams. Her highly experiential customized workshops tailored to executives, managers, and individual contributors bring the courtroom to the training room in an interactive, engaging environment that favors human stories over compliance checklists. For more information on this episode go to

Episode 3: Moral Obligation To Disclose That You're Trans?

Hey, everyone. Welcome back to another episode of Transpired: A Trans Mission. Today I quickly discuss the age-old question of “is there a moral obligation for a transgender person to disclose that they are trans?” This is a question I hear more often than I should. Here’s my quick take on it. Text TALK to 412-735-0568 to schedule a free phone call with me.


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