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Calm Down Podcast

A weekly Society and Culture podcast
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Phew! I came across a story on the 'Humans Of New York' page on Instagram and I decided to find out who the founder of that awesome platform is. When I tell you discovering Brandon Stanton's journey and story encouraged me, you'll probably not
With David, I really understood that good old saying that you can be anything you put your mind to. Blindness didn't stop David from choosing to keep pushing and becoming the world's fastest blind athlete. So what excuse do I have really? That
Rach shares with us her journey living with breast cancer, undergoing mastectomy and having a baby even when she feared she might no longer be able to conceive naturally due to cancer. There is so much to learn and unpack in this episode. This
Ayomide's breasts were ironed at a very young age which according to the mother, was to ward off men from abusing her by creating an illusion her breasts weren't fully developed like 'that of an adult. It's so sad that these practices are still
I hope you learn to be kinder to yourself. To give yourself grace and appreciate every win of yours after listening to this episode. To share your thoughts on this episode, please drop me a voice message by clicking this link: https://anchor.fm
Have you ever cheated on someone before? Have you been cheated on before? Or what do you do when you find out a loved one is being cheated on? Shalom handled this with so much wisdom, experience and grace. This is a topic that is always shoved
Sam Acho who is an NFL player, writer, public speaker and humanitarian shared his journey of currently transitioning out of the NFL, choosing to be more intentional and purposeful in his personal life journey and how realizing that God loves hi
This episode features Karla Jacinto's story. Karla is a sex trafficking survivor and activist who was sexually exploited from the age of five and prostituted from ages 12-16. Forced to service 30-40 men each day, she estimates that she has been
In this episode, Actor and Nurse Nnnenna shares her journey and process to becoming an Actor and working with FilmOne; Nigeria's prestigious film production and distribution company. This is another beautiful story of Process and how important
The first time I listened to this story, I shed a tear or two because of how much pain Deanna had to go through all her life. I really admire her courage for choosing to rise above all these and share her story. She is indeed a survivor and I a
Have you ever wondered how saving and investing actually works? Or you are at a point in your life where you don't even earn enough to save and invest but you really want to save. Then you must listen to the end of this episode. Chinazom Chidol
Chidimma Umeh and I had such a warm and beautiful conversation on this topic above. This is one conversation I listen to over and over again because of how encouraging and relatable it is especially as a content creator. You should definitely l
In this episode, Lilian shares her story on how growing up with a widowed parent affected her relationship and understanding of the male gender plus the psychological effects. Share your thoughts on this story by dropping me a voice message thr
It's time for us to catch up because it's been quite a while we haven't done that! Lol! How have you been?! In this bonus episode, I gist you on all I've been up to during my short break and also share a huge announcement on something I've been
I can't believe it's one year already! This podcast is one year old! To commemorate this, I answered all the questions you sent in on my last post on Instagram. I hope you enjoy it! To send your congratulatory messages and feedbacks, drop me a
Remember those things you've been believing God for, for a long time? Do you recall they've already been answered? Okay, life went by so quickly but the last time you remembered, did you at least pause to take it all in and express your gratitu
Evelyn is a first-time mom and in this episode, she shares what led to her getting depressed and having to deal with loose belly fat afterwards. This episode just like others is a must listen and you should share with your friends especially mo
I share my story in this episode. A story and a part of me most people even parents and some close friends do not know as I continue on my path to healing. I'd love to hear your thoughts on it. Can you relate to my story? How did it make you fe
Ayo shares her journey as an illustrator plus how she balances her 9-5 job with her art. You should listen to this episode if you are having issues balancing your side hustle with work and other aspects of your life. There are also three more l
This episode features nine heart-wrenching stories of SARS victims. The END SARS movement has been going on in Nigeria and a lot of people have come forward to share their stories. To learn more on what the #ENDSARS movement is all about plus w
This anonymous story reminds me of how painful it is to be abused by the same person(s) supposed to be protecting you. I could relate to this story on so many personal levels and I know you will especially with the #ENDSWAT movement. Don't forg
This beautiful story by Halima sheds light on the fact that self-acceptance doesn't happen overnight. It is a journey and it's okay to mess up some times. The most important thing is that you keep moving.  I'd love to hear your thoughts and fee
The real reason you haven't started working on that idea is not fear. You feel the market is oversaturated and everybody seems to be doing the same thing you want to do. In this short episode, I explain why everybody is not doing the same thing
Uche got to a point of becoming anorexic and taking pills to avoid getting fat which affected her health badly. It's so sad to realize that most times body shaming doesn't always come from strangers on the streets or internet but from our loved
This story is a whole different plot twist to episode 27 where someone anonymously shared how he spent 7 years in the university studying a 5-year course. In this case, Raffy actually regrets not listening to her parents. Now the question is, w
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