Non Wels is the creator and host of the podcast You, Me, Empathy.
On Episode 122 of You, Me, Empathy, eating disorder therapist and founder of The Eating Disorder Center, Jennifer Rollin, and I explore Jennifer’s personal eating disorder journey and recovery, how eating disorders can be a coping mechanism for underlying issues, the signs that you may be struggling with an eating disorder, the myths of eating disorders, and how to help someone who’s struggling with an eating disorder. Jennifer opens up about her own mental health journey, including comparing herself to others in high school, struggling with anxiety, taking Adderall to eat less and lose weight, and the first time she admitted she had a problem. We talk about the insidiousness of diet culture, eating disorders as a coping mechanism that masks deeper issues such as anxiety, feeling out of control, trauma, not feeling “good enough,” self-worth, and others. We explore the surefire signs of an eating disorder (e.g. constantly thinking about food), how to support someone who’s in the throes of an eating disorder, and the amazing work that Jennifer and her colleagues are doing at The Eating Disorder Center! Trigger Warning: Anxiety, substance use, suicidal ideation, and eating disorders are mentioned in this episode. EMPATHY LINKS Jennifer RollinJennifer on IG: @jennifer_rollinThe Eating Disorder CenterThe Eating Disorder Center on IG: @theeatingdisordercenterProject Heal@bodyposipandaJoin feely humans every Sunday at 2pm PST / 5pm EST to connect virtually! SUPPORT US Sign up for The Feely Human Collective newsletter!Become a You, Me, Empathy patron on Patreon!Subscribe, rate, review You, Me, Empathy on iTunesSubscribe, rate, review You, Me, Empathy on GoogleGet yourself a You, Me, Empathy shirt, tote, notebook, and mug! FOLLOW US Follow The Feely Human Collective on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!@YouMeEmpathy on Instagram@YouMeEmpathy on TwitterJoin the You, Me, Empathy Group on Facebook!
Non shares his path towards healing and reminds us that there isn’t any bravery without vulnerability. We discuss how empowering it is to recognize our own unique needs and that everyone’s voice is valuable - we all have a story to share! We also dig into being an empath and why boundaries are so necessary to living a healthy life!Given the uncertainty of the world today and the unique challenges we’re facing - I know you’re going to love this episode!Detailed Show Notes Here.Join our FREE Facebook Group - Brave On PurposeLearn more about Intentionally Brave EntrepreneursCall in and share your thoughts: 312-646-0205Support The Brave Files Podcast on Patreon.
In Episode 121 of You, Me, Empathy, Sarah Kinger and I explore recognizing our needs, rewriting old narratives, eating disorder recovery, disowning the concept of perfect, and why you matter, we matter, and being a light for others. We talk about burnout, figuring out where our old narratives and stories come from, the ins and outs of eating disorder recovery, inpatient treatment for eating disorders, self-harm, suicidal ideation, the feeling of being safe in our sickness, showing up with love for people, the control we put on ourselves and our worlds, and truly why you and me and all of us matter. Trigger Warning: Self-harm, suicidal ideation, and eating disorders are mentioned in this episode. EMPATHY LINKS Sarah Kinger on IG: @sarah.is.smilingSarah’s personal IG: @imsarahkinger SUPPORT US Sign up for The Feely Human Collective newsletter!Become a You, Me, Empathy patron on Patreon!Subscribe, rate, review You, Me, Empathy on iTunesSubscribe, rate, review You, Me, Empathy on GoogleGet yourself a You, Me, Empathy shirt, tote, notebook, and mug! FOLLOW US Follow The Feely Human Collective on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!@YouMeEmpathy on Instagram@YouMeEmpathy on TwitterJoin the You, Me, Empathy Group on Facebook!
On Episode 120 of You, Me, Empathy, Grant Snider and I explore Grant’s transition from freelance artist to published author, boundaries for freelancers, why constraints can be good for creativity, drawing as visualized empathy, and looking closer and listening to the people and world around us. Grant is the author of The Shape of Ideas (2017), and most recently, What Color Is Night?, a picture book from Chronicle Books. In May 2020, he has two more books coming out: What Sound is Morning? and I Will Judge You By Your Bookshelf—both available for pre-order now! Grant and I talk about transitioning from more freelancing cartooning to being a published author. Grant talks about being a dad and showing up for his kids when he’s on a deadline, managing life as an orthodontist (yes, you heard that right!) and an artist, dealing with burnout as a creative, committing to too much, learning to say now, boundaries for freelancers, and so much more. Finally, we gab about mindfulness, getting lost in the beauty of life, finding inspiration, making intentional time to be alone with your thoughts, picture books and empathy, paying attention, and looking closer and listening to the world and people around you. Grant SniderIncidental ComicsI Will l Judge You By Your Bookshelf (pre-order now!)What Color Is Night? What Sound Is Morning? (pre-order now!)The Shape Of IdeasGrant Snider on IG: @grantdrawsGrant Snider on Twitter: @grantdrawsIncidental Comics on Facebook: Facebook.com/incidentalcomicsSign up for The Feely Human Collective newsletter!Subscribe, rate, review You, Me, Empathy on iTunes
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Creator Details

Episode Count
125
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
6 days, 21 hours