WELCOME TO MY PODCAST!
Sex, Drugs and Disability covers taboo topics that we often deal with or are curious about but rarely discuss. Julie Negrin is a 4x cancer survivor and unafraid to share her own deeply personal experiences. Through humor, storytelling and interviews with friends, Julie tries to make sense of the world as a newly disabled woman who may not have long to live.
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Finally putting the pre-triple cancer self to rest once and for all.
I talk with a teenager about anxiety and their outlook of the world.
Thoughts from a lonely human.
Depression from the trenches.
I talk about how living in this new body makes me feel like an alien.
I talk about coping with fear.
Sean Cadin is BACK to talk about FEELINGS and dudes and how we move forward during rocky times.
I share experiences I’ve had as a Jewish person in the world.
I share how it’s scary to live with a genetic disorder that means I’m at risk for many cancers. And I also share the beautiful ways it’s helped me live a richer, more meaningful life.
I talk with Buddhist friend, Serina Chang about how she was raised learning about death at the dinner table.
I share how I’ve dealt with anger throughout my life and how it has been poison for my body - and also been fuel to get through hard times depending on how I manage it.
I talk with Jenn Tracy about HOW to discuss sexual assault in a way that helps us evolve and learn, rather than attack and blame.
I’m very candid about a time in my life when I had very dark thoughts. I also share how I try to stay as healthy as possible, emotionally and mentally. I encourage anyone that’s struggling to reach out for help. You are not alone.
If you’re wondering what the deal is with unconscious bias and how it influences behavior, listen to my conversation with dear friend, Marcella Nurse, Harvard grad with a background in clinical psychology.
Listen to Julie’s overview and philosophy on SEX and how to have a healthy relationship with sex.