June 17, 2024

Jameela is joined by writer, comedian, actor, and director Chelsea Devantez (The Problem with Jon Stewart, Girls5Eva) to talk about the unspoken mundane details of domestic abuse, how to spot difficult power dynamics in relationships (and what to do about it) and how she always finds the humor from dark situations throughout her life.

June 12, 2024

Today, Jameela brings you a little preview of a new podcast hosted by her friend Ted Danson. 

June 10, 2024

Join Jameela LIVE on stage from New York this week as she sits down with former US. Secret Service Special Agent and current TV host and author Evy Poumpouras for a unique fireside chat about women’s safety.

June 3, 2024

This week, Jameela catches up with actor, writer, director and comedian Stephen Merchant (The Office, The Outlaws) to explore why much of his life’s work has been about outsiders in our society, where his physical height has influenced his comedy and what logical approach he takes to keeping a balance for his mental health.

May 27, 2024

With Mental Health Awareness Month wrapping up, Jameela welcomes author, inspirational speaker and optimist Simon Sinek (Start With Why, TEDTalk) to examine what gives our life purpose by discovering our WHY.

May 20, 2024

Jameela is joined by the world’s leading hormone expert & author Maisie Hill (Period Power) to talk about the science behind our stress hormones, how our stress response system is overwhelmed by modern technology and day-to-day deadlines, and how understanding our hormones will help us build resilience.

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!).

April 23, 2024

Jameela is joined by playwright and podcaster Liza Powel-O’Brien for a fascinating look into some famous historical figures and their partners featured in Liza’s podcast ‘Significant Others.’ Liza (famously Conan O’Brien’s significant other) also helps Jameela with some of your questions around commitment, raising children and juggling domesticity.

April 15, 2024

Jameela welcomes comedian and actor Celeste Barber (Netflix’s Wellmania) back to the podcast to talk about her relationship with her mental health, what themes are emerging in her life this year about the old work-life balance, and together they ask “Should we face our fears?

April 8, 2024

Join Jameela and author, linguist & podcast host Amanda Montell (Sounds Like a Cult) for a conversation about the inner workings of our human brains; our anxieties, information overload and how we cannot manifest our way out of poverty, illness or the apocalypse.

April 1, 2024

Jameela welcomes actress Minnie Driver (About a Boy, Good Will Hunting) for a vulnerable and candid conversation about modern parenting, the superpower of growing older, and what #metoo and #timesup did and didn’t change for her and her peers working in Hollywood.

March 25, 2024

This week Jameela is joined by Rob Dial (The Mindset Mentor Podcast) to talk about how his own generational trauma informed his career path blending neurology, neurobiology, psychology, early childhood development, and cognitive behavioral therapy to better understand how the brain and body work together.

March 19, 2024

Jameela welcomes Africa Brooke (“Beyond The Self” Podcast Series) to discuss the collective sabotage of call out culture, what Africa did as she realized how intolerant her own audience had become, and what we can learn from Carl Jung about online personas and how we behave online.

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