This podcast is more than just talk - it's a movement.

Join actress and activist Jameela Jamil (The Good Place, She-Hulk) as she explores issues surrounding mental health, body image, and activism with a diverse range of inspiring guests like Esther Perel, Greta Thunberg, Aubrey Gordon, and Jane Fonda. You’ll hear thought-provoking (often hilarious!) stories and vulnerable conversations that will leave you feeling empowered and uplifted. Discover how to celebrate progress over perfection, and learn how to encourage better mental health, healthier body positivity, and more. This podcast is more than just talk – it’s a movement.

EP. 214 — Unfiltered: AMA with Vienna Pharaon

Guest Vienna Pharaon

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May 13, 2024

Mental Health Awareness Month continues with Jameela welcoming licensed marriage & family therapist Vienna Pharaon (The Origins of You) to answer your questions about tough relationships with aging parents, how to deal with friends or family who refuse therapy and how to reframe the way our brains deal with shame and disappointment.

May 6, 2024

To kick off Mental Health Awareness Month, Jameela is joined by comedian Neal Brennan (Netflix’s Crazy Good, Chappelle’s Show) to reflect on his personal exploration of shame, fear, anger, and how discovering spirituality changed his work.

April 29, 2024

This week, Jameela welcomes back comedian Grace Campbell (28 Dates Later Podcast) for another unfiltered advice episode with more hilarity (no chips!).

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