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I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
61 minutes | 14 hours ago
Aisling Bea - Re-release
In honor of women's month, we want to release one of our favorite episodes with one of our favorite women - Aisling Bea! Aisling Bea joins Jameela to talk about why women should brag, being the face of loneliness, her tv show This Way Up, the power of your period, and buying a house with money from jokes.
71 minutes | 8 days ago
International fitness evangelist and motivational coach Angela Manuel-Davis joins Jameela this week to discuss how the pandemic is empowering us all to grow, the idea of "not cheating on our future with our past", how her experience not qualifying for the Olympics made her successful today, and how fitness isn't about vanity, but about helping you be strong (both physically and mentally) in who you were made to be. Check out Angela's on-demand fitness company Aarmy at aarmy.com
56 minutes | 11 days ago
Ask Jameela Anything with Dan Newmark
This week, Jameela is joined by executive producer of The Misery Index and friend Dan Newmark to answer listener questions about how to create boundaries with a bipolar sibling, where to find motivation in school, how to prepare for a post-covid world, finding your identity in your depression, and more.
72 minutes | 15 days ago
Dr. Jen Gunter Returns
This week, I Weigh's favorite author and gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter returns to answer more questions about reproductive health! She and Jameela cover hpv, polycystic ovary syndrome, menopause, and more to help equip you for conversations with your doctor.
70 minutes | 18 days ago
Ask Jameela Anything with Britteny Floyd-Mayo (@trapyogabae)
In this free-feed episode of I Weigh's Stitcher Premium bonus series, Jameela brings on Britteny Floyd-Mayo - the Trap Yoga Bae herself - to answer listener questions about their 5 best mental health tips, how to fall back in love with your body, how to brag well, and how to feel safe in your own body. Plus, Britteny shares a few of her ratchet affirmations!
73 minutes | 22 days ago
Dr. Seema Yasmin
Emmy-award winning journalist, medical doctor, and author Dr. Seema Yasmin joins Jameela this week to discuss immense racism POC's have experienced at the hands of the healthcare system, the ways the healthcare system needs to own up to its past for everyone to move forward, the Covid-19 vaccine and why people should feel safe, the scientific problems with fit teas and placenta pills, and more. Dr. Yasmin's book - Viral BS: Medical Myths and Why We Fall For Them - can be found wherever books are sold.
66 minutes | 25 days ago
Ask Jameela Anything with Scarlett Curtis
This week, Jameela is joined by activist and author Scarlett Curtis to answer listener questions about how to deal with suicidal ideations, creating boundaries, social anxiety post-covid, being confident in your own choices, and more.
73 minutes | a month ago
Comedian, actor, and writer London Hughes joins Jameela to discuss how black women are not celebrated in the UK, her tv presentation with Whoopi Goldberg, her incredible unshakeable self-confidence, their shared experiences with being bullied growing up, sex tips (ice-cream is an aphrodesiac!) and more! You can see London Hughes' comedy special To Catch A Dick on Netflix.
72 minutes | a month ago
Comedian, filmmaker, and author Danny Wallace joins Jameela this week to discuss how his book Yes Man changed her life, the culture of rudeness, parenting young children, what its like being an only child. Check out Danny Wallace's book, Fuck You Very Much, wherever books are sold.
66 minutes | a month ago
Ask Jameela Anything with James Blake
This week, Jameela is joined by Grammy award-winning musician and producer (and boyfriend) James Blake to answer listener questions about boundaries in unhealthy friendships, hard conversations with family, how to deal with low moods, should a listener shave their head, and more!
79 minutes | a month ago
Britteny Floyd-Mayo (@trapyogabae)
Yoga instructor, mindset coach, and all-around game changer Britteny Floyd-Mayo joins Jameela this week to discuss how she is creating more space for people of color and diverse body shapes in the world of yoga, to share a few of her "ratchet affirmations," explain how she has healed and thrived despite years of physical and sexual abuse, and consider the power of forgiving oneself.
72 minutes | 2 months ago
Comedian and actor Celeste Barber joins Jameela this week to discuss Celeste's astoundingly successful fundraiser to fight the Australian fires last spring, her relationship and experience with antidepressants, how to quarantine with a spouse and still love them (hint - imagine they are dead and how sad you would be), her delightful instagram parodies of instagram influencer/model photos with #celestechallengeaccepted, and challenging Instagram's double standards when it comes to censoring female bodies.
67 minutes | 2 months ago
Ask Jameela Anything with Britteny Floyd-Mayo
Jameela brings on Britteny Floyd-Mayo - the Trap Yoga Bae herself - to answer listener questions about their 5 best mental health tips, how to fall back in love with your body, how to brag well, and how to feel safe in your own body. Plus, Britteny shares a few of her ratchet affirmations! If you have any questions for Jameela, call or text at 1-818-660-5543 or email email@example.com
67 minutes | 2 months ago
Dr. Deepika Chopra
The Optimism Doctor - Dr. Deepika Chopra - joins Jameela this week to define optimism, discuss visualization vs manifestation, explain healthy expectations and ways to manage your thoughts, explore how much can be gained through learning from mistakes, go over why she hates the phrase "good vibes only," and tell the story of her surrogacy journey. You can listen to Dr. Deepika Chopra's podcast, Looking Up with Dr. Deepika Chopra, wherever you get your podcasts.
2 minutes | 2 months ago
Ask Jameela Anything Trailer
I Weigh is launching a new bonus series called Ask Jameela Anything! Jameela brings on friends and experts to help her answer your questions - nothing is off topic. We are here for you! This series launches on Tuesday, January 12th, only on Stitcher Premium. For a one month free trial of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcher.com/premium and use promo code IWEIGH. And, if you have any questions for Jameela, text or call 1-818-660-5543 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
68 minutes | 2 months ago
Dr. Vivek Murthy - Re-release
After what can only be described as a very lonely year, we want to re-release our episode with the former and upcoming Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, and where he discusses loneliness with Jameela. They cover how widespread the problem of loneliness is, Western culture's tendency to give too much space, social media's role with loneliness, and how to foster connectivity. Vivek Murthy's book, Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World is out now!
56 minutes | 2 months ago
Stand-up comedian, actress, writer, and all-around game changer Margaret Cho joins Jameela this week to discuss her experience as an Asian-American woman in the industry, growing up with "aspirational whiteness," her struggles with eating disorders, working as a dominatrix, and loving living alone.
65 minutes | 3 months ago
Author, director, and tv presenter Dawn O'Porter joins Jameela to discuss their friendship and how they first met, Dawn's experience having her partner Chris O'Dowd experience a career high while hers was at a low, discovering you are "the girl next door," loving work and loving being a mother, honest conversations with her sons, and her new book Life In Pieces. This Christmas, please consider giving to choose.love to support and empower refugees in need.
71 minutes | 3 months ago
This week, Jameela is joined by Josie Naughton, the CEO and one of the founding members of Choose Love - a charity dedicated to ending the refugee crisis. Together they discuss the harrowing journey a refugee makes and the challenges they face in the camps, Josie's past and how anyone can make a difference, meeting Oprah and the pope, the Choose Love shops where you can buy needed supplies for a refugee, and how to make a change on a personal and a political level. This holiday season, consider supporting refugees by shopping at choose.love. For more information, go to https://www.instagram.com/chooselove
69 minutes | 3 months ago
Seyi Akiwowo, Founder and Executive Director of Glitch, joins Jameela this week to discuss what it means to be a "digital citizen," being trauma-informed not trauma-led, self-care for black women, the way's both Seyi and Jameela have learned from their own internet mistakes, and the Glitch's work in training women how to be safe online as well as challenging giant social media corporations to take more ownership of what happens on their sites.
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