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I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
61 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Singer, songwriter, and record producer Marina Diamandis joins Jameela this week to discuss the difficulties of living (and peeing!) on a tour bus, Marina's four year break before this most recent album, Marina's journey with her eating disorder, and their shared uncertainty on whether either of them want to have children. Marina's new album Ancient Dreams In a Modern Land is out now!
68 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Upgrade Your Mind with Poppy Jamie
Entrepreneur, host, and mental health advocate Poppy Jamie joins Jameela to discuss her new book - Happy Not Perfect: Upgrade Your Mind, Challenge Your Thoughts, and Free Yourself From Anxiety. Poppy walks Jameela through her research and explains how we tend to have two "radio channels" in our brain - Stressed FM & Relaxed FM. She helps us understand how to turn down Stressed FM and turn up Relaxed FM. She covers the importance of belly breathing, stiff thinking vs flexible thinking, why we are so overwhelmed, and shares the best advice she was ever given - "never waste a breakdown." Happy Not Perfect is out June 8th!
54 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Ask Jameela Anything with Jess Barrett
Journalist Jess Barrett joins Jameela this week to answer listener questions about how to talk about body image with your parents, who you should talk to about healthy weight, how to stop idealizing men, where to find motivation, and keeping going after a suicide attempt.
71 minutes | May 28, 2021
Actor, writer, and director Natalie Morales joins Jameela this week to discuss growing up in Miami, an accident at the opera which changed her life and her face, her frustration the lack of support her sitcom Abby's got at the network, their shared horrific experience with paparazzi, becoming a self-taught director, and her recent ADHD diagnosis that changed how she understood her mental health. Her new film Plan B is out now on Hulu.
57 minutes | May 21, 2021
Comedian, writer, and actor Mae Martin joins Jameela this week to discuss recently coming out as non-binary, their childhood addiction to Bette Midler, the colonial history to gender norms, the ways they manage their struggles with addiction, and getting to act with Lisa Kudrow. Season 2 of Feel Good is out June 4th.
56 minutes | May 18, 2021
Ask Jameela Anything with Erin Finnegan
This week, Jameela is joined by I Weigh COO Erin Finnegan to answer listener questions on being vulnerable in relationships, where to start on a journey towards body neutrality, great advice they've both received recently, being British living in America, dealing with keyboard warriors and taking breaks from activism, and coping mechanisms for anxiety and panic attacks. If you have a question for Jameela and friends, feel free to call or text 818-660-5543 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
71 minutes | May 14, 2021
Meghan Tonjes (Ask Jameela Anything)
This week, we are bringing you an wonderful episode from our Stitcher Premium exclusive series - Ask Jameela Anything. Jameela is joined by singer-songwriter Meghan Tonjes to answer listener questions about Anxiety around being weighed, dealing with body image with sex and intimacy, dealing with chronic illness and pain, how to deconstruct sex from the patriarchy, female masturbation, and more. Health At Every Size - haescommunity.com
62 minutes | May 7, 2021
Stand-up comedian and writer Nikki Glaser joins Jameela this week to discuss when your worst fears come true, experiences with disrespectful men, Nikki's journey with her eating disorder, the heart-breaking experience of offending Taylor Swift, being sent beheaded rats, and learning to love yourself as you age.
57 minutes | May 4, 2021
Ask Jameela Anything with David Fynn
Actor and friend David Fynn joins Jameela this week to answer listener questions on red flags and self-sabotaging in relationships, dealing with strict parents, the best cake to eat during a workout, and dealing with bullying in school. Plus, David shares his relationship with body image.
72 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Comedian, storyteller, and writer/director Mike Birbiglia joins Jameela this week to discuss what got him into comedy, being a "good person to bully" in high school, approaching "the hill" (middle age), why he changed his mind about having children, and his sleep disorder which inspired his film Sleepwalk With Me. Check out Mike's podcast, Working It Out, wherever you find your podcasts.
71 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
To celebrate Earth Day - activist, actor, and icon Jane Fonda joins Jameela this week to discuss why climate justice is so important, her work at Fire Drill Fridays, Jane's experience with her mental health, that to "know where you're going you need to know where you've been," Jane learning to step outside of her comfort zone, dealing with an eating disorder and learning to accept her body, and what it was like receiving death threats and fearing car bombs while working as an activist.
46 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
Ask Jameela Anything with Poppy Jamie
Author, podcaster, mental health advocate, and friend Poppy Jamie joins Jameela this week to answer your questions about learning to be vulnerable with people even when you are not doing career wise, how to answer the "How do you do it all?" question, how to care for someone who won't look after their own mental health, bouncing back when your self-confidence gets a bad blow, and advice on the best places to calm down.
79 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
Comedian, podcaster, and tv host Chris Gethard joins Jameela this week to discuss mental health stigma, cover the ways his mental health was shaped by a childhood in a rough environment, share hilarious bully retribution stories, and explore how his relationship with his son has made him understand his father better. Check out Chris' podcast, Beautiful/Anonymous, wherever you get your podcasts.
98 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
A Look Into Tabloid Culture with Dean Piper
Publicist and former UK tabloid journalist Dean Piper joins Jameela to discuss the ins-and-outs of tabloid journalism, and the way it impacts the way we view women. They discuss how social media has impacted celebrity journalism and empowered celebrities, the lengths paparazzi go to to "get the shot," the way tabloid journalism creates "build them up and tear them down" narratives around women, and the ways we as the public should also be held accountable.
46 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Ask Jameela Anything with Kitty Kaletsky
This week, Jameela is joined by friend and new mother Kitty Kaletsky to answer listener questions about how to stay positive while working from home, separating your worth from your job/societal contribution, and how to raise young men with feminism.
74 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
Musician, actor, and Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter Kelly Rowland joins Jameela this week to discuss the recent birth of her baby boy, raising young black men in today's America, her husband's scary experience with the police, the affirmations she teaches to her children, dealing with the media as a pop-star, being a dark-skinned black woman in the public eye, and more.
73 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
Comedian, actor, and author Michelle Buteau joins Jameela this week to discuss being a ten year-old drinking slimfast and doing sit-ups, being a "big-tittied superman" for other women, being a curvy black woman in the industry, her surrogacy journey, and what we all need to know about motherhood.
49 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
Ask Jameela Anything with Leah Hibbert & Chris Sgroi
This week, Jameela is joined by her best friends and real-life couple Leah Hibbert & Chris Sgroi to answer listener questions about how to tell your guy friends when you are uncomfortable, making your relationship as much about you as it is about your partner, and why it feels like romantic relationships are more important than platonic relationships.
67 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Comedian and writer Jamie Loftus joins Jameela this week to discuss what growing up with a back brace does to your high school social life, Jamie's childhood habit of documenting what everyone around her was wearing, coming up in comedy and finding her feminist voice, the problems with #girlboss culture, and Jamie's newest project Lolita Podcast. Check out Lolita Podcast wherever you get your podcasts.
65 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Actor, author, and activist Diane Guerrero joins Jameela this week to discuss the Diane's experience as the daughter of immigrants, having her parents deported when she was 14, how EMDR helped her heal from her trauma, why she speaks out for her community, and what needs to change with immigration policy today.
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