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This is What Anxiety Feels Like

Sarah Fader is the CEO and Founder of Stigma Fighters, a 501C3 mental health non-profit organization. She lives with panic disorder and this is her podcast.

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    Life in Italics - Jennifer Kindhouse @JKindhouse

    Jennifer Kindhouse is one of my favorite people on the internet. She is an actor, a mom, and has a fun weird side that I love so much. She used to write a blog called MommyNaniBooboo and now she has launched - Because she wants to stress what's important in her world.

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    Weekender With Evan Morgenstern @EvanJm02

    Evan and I discuss being versions of ourselves and I wear depression pajamas. We are proudly sponsored by an awesome feminist website where you can read about mental health, humor, parenting, cats, and dogs! You can also get advice from Erin Khar on life and love. #AskErin @ErinKhar. We love @joniboloney the editor in chief!

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    Aaron Reynolds and @EffinBirds Are Fucking Here

    Aaron Reynolds makes a lot of weird stuff on the internet, he's the writer of @EffinBirds and @swear_trek and the curator of @BatLabels. In his spare time between being hilarious on social media, he's a software instructor, which is where most of his Effin' inspiration comes from. We talk about Batman the Animated series, and Stupid Hamlet too!

    The Sarah Fader Podcast is sponsored by Go to Ravishly where feminism, humor, and fun can be found! Follow them @ravishlydotcom

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    Undercover Introvert - With Elisa Camahort Page - @ElisaC

    I adore Elisa Camahort Page. In 2013 she helped me get to my first BlogHer conference. In this episode she talks about - social anxiety, being an introvert, acting but being a version of yourself on stage, moral episodes from Buffy The Vampire Slayer, BlogHer, political activism, being an Aries, honesty & integrity in business and empathy. Here's more about this lovely lady, who I embarrassed by telling her how awesome she truly is. Follow her on Twitter @ElisaC and learn more at

    Elisa Camahort Page is known as the co-founder and COO of scrappy start-up-turned-global women's media company BlogHer, Inc. She is now focused on writing (check out her debut book available for pre-order now) and consulting with entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and organizations are driven to take their big ideas to the next level.

    More from Elisa herself: "As a consultant I act as a business catalyst, working with executives and entrepreneurs to identify, prioritize, and strategize their next big leaps. I also use my experience building diverse, inclusive community and workforce online and off to help any company, conference, or content site improve representation. I work with leaders at every level to assess opportunity, prioritize objectives, build strategies, and plan action. I absorb nuanced value propositions, market trends, and data to transform ideas into assets and crossroads into confident pivots and next level achievement. "

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    This is My Brave - With Jennifer Marshall - @BipolarMomLife @ThisIsMyBrave

    Jennifer Marshall used to spend her days as an agency recruiter for creatives. Her story took a dramatic turn when she experienced a manic episode. Over 12 years ago she suffered two manic episodes. After a series of doctor’s appointments she was officially diagnosed Bipolar Disorder – type 1.

    She is now a wife and mother of two young children, whom she loves dearly. She began blogging on Bipolar Mom Life, telling her story about being a mother with Bipolar Disorder. She was hospitalized four times within five years – two before her diagnosis was reached, and two more because she was attempting to shield her infant son (during postpartum psychosis) and her unborn daughter – and all were due to the fact that she was unmedicated at the time.

    Jennifer has grown after being diagnosed and learning to live with Bipolar Disorder. She has worked hard to find the right medications and a great therapist. She now strives to help others live with mental illness through her nonprofit organization, This Is My Brave, a platform where people share their stories live on stage through poetry, original music, comedy, and essay. The performances are professionally videotaped and are available for viewing on the This Is My Brave YouTube Channel. To date, This is My Brave has produced 34 unique shows across the US. The show has recently expanded internationally with two shows in Australia!

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