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    Julie Trites
    Mind of Her Own is hosted by Julie Trites, a passionate women’s mental health advocate known for speaking her mind about her own struggles with postpartum depression and generalized anxiety. Each week Julie shares inspiring conversations with women who are breaking down the stigma and busting through the shame of mental illness. With equal parts humour and heart, Julie and her guests take a fresh look at the world – news, pop culture and everything in between – through the lens of women’s mental health.
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    The Huffington Post
    Infertility affects an estimated one in eight couples, and about one in five known pregnancies ends in miscarriage. These experiences can be lonely and isolating for people going through them, and bewildering for those who want to offer support but don’t know how. Join health reporter Anna Almendrala and comedy writer Simon Ganz as they share their journey toward parenthood with frank, humorous discussions on the humiliations and hilarity of infertility, miscarriage, and IVF.
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    Heather Huhman
    Beat Infertility is a weekly podcast where we get real about infertility, empower you to take back control, and provide you hope for the future. Each episode features two main interviews: someone who's overcome infertility and had a baby or is currently pregnant and someone who's still on their infertility journey. We cover the whole range of infertility diagnoses, including Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, diminished ovarian reserve / premature ovarian failure, luteal phase defects, male factor infertility, multiple/recurrent miscarriages, ovulatory disorders, secondary infertility, unexplained infertility, and more. Whether you haven't yet made your first appointment with a reproductive endocrinologist (RE) or you're an IUI or IVF veteran, this podcast will deliver hope directly to your ear.
  • Whispered readings and ramblings for relaxation and sleeping. Includes soothing meditations, interesting stories, tranquil poems, educational Wikipedia articles, fun trivia, and listener feedback.
  • All things Sex! all the time! Erika explores the different facets of sex from everyday experiences to what science experts say about Sex!
  • Real people. Real problems. Real talk. Normally, therapy sessions are totally confidential — but this podcast opens the doors. Hillary McBride and her clients want to help demystify mental health. No actors. No auditions. No artifice.
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    WSPN The Spoon
    (This story is serial in nature. You should start at the first episode.) Ever felt like dating is the worst? You should try dating during the end of the world. Spooning in the Apocalypse is a podcast set after the end of days and after the work day has ended. Tune your fictional dial to the fictional radio network WSPN the Spoon for the fictional call in style comedy radio show Radiationships…it's fictional. In each episode registered Professor Shaum Defroyen and his co-host, Radd Flink offer advice and solace to Apocalyptic relationships. Spend time learning what they Apocalyptically do and how they Apocalyptically do it. Digging in and digging it up, whether the callers are learning to love themselves or someone else, Radiationships will tickle the right spot. If the weight of your Apocalypse is too much, let them Apoca-pick you up. January 25th, 2018: Spooning in the Apocalypse.
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    Optimal Living Daily
    I read you the best content on personal development, minimalism, productivity, and more, with author permission. Think of Optimal Living Daily as an audioblog or blogcast where the best blogs are narrated for you for free.
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    Jonathan Zenti
    A podcast about our bodies and the life we live because of them. In people’s everyday life, there’s a wall between their ideas, dreams and desires and the real world: our body. A cage for the human behaviour made by flesh and bones that affects the way we interact with the rest of the world: the sound of our voice, the line of our movements, the space we take up on a bus because of our weight, the dominant or submissive position we are forced to take when we argue with someone because of our height: our reality is a costant argument between what we have in our head and what the body we are born with is able to do. “Meat” is an international podcast created on the surface of a person’s skin, it is a vision of the world from the point of view of human flesh. In each episode “Meat” will tell a story that starts from someone’s body, and how that body creates the story that follows.
  • Hi, you’re listening to Postdocalypse, a podcast by postgrad students about all things postgrad. The name comes from the idea that once you finish your PhD, there’s the big question for all of us whether we’ll continue along the academic path or take on of the many alternative routes that are on offer to us. We’re a team of PhD students at King’s College London, trying to navigate this crazy world and we’ll be sharing the highs and the lows of postgraduate study.