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Every Ounce Podcast

Every Ounce Podcast

By Alexis Smith
Hello there and welcome to the Every Ounce podcast! Here, we talk all things mental health, wellness, and resilience. Lexie is determined to bring you a one-stop shop for all things related to mental might. Join us for talks about naps and fruit snacks, to the most real and raw conversations of life. This is where you will find community, validation, and most importantly, strength. Be sure to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram or visit everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for all other inquiries.
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Episode 31: EMDR, Trauma Therapy, and Perfectionism w/Tina Kocol
Tina is a trauma therapist who specializes in EMDR and group psychotherapy. She's a plant lover and author of The Perfectionism Journal. In this episode, we'll discuss Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, what's considered trauma, and the three types of perfectionism. Tina shares insight about how trauma is resolved, ways to cope with perfectionism, and the benefits of EMDR.  Make sure to follow @green.circle.collective and @everyounceofstrength on Instagram. Check out Green Circle Collective on Facebook or visit their website. Learn more about Tina on Psychology Today by clicking here and order The Perfectionism Workbook on Amazon. Please visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.come/everyounce for more information. 
55:22
April 22, 2022
Episode 30: The Ob*sity Epidemic, Fatphobia, and Weight Loss Surgery w/Jaimie Weisberg
Jaimie Weisberg is an eating disorder survivor, body positive activist, and continues to break barriers and chairs. She's an advocate for body neutrality and taking down fatphobia. In this episode, we discuss relationships with food growing up, medications to suppress appetite, pressure for weight loss surgery, fat camps, and starvation diets. Jaimie talks about eating disorder recovery in a bigger body, size inclusivity, and what she's gained from giving up on weight loss. Make sure to follow @jaimie.weisberg and @everyounceofstrength on Instagram. Please visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.come/everyounce for more information. 
56:33
March 25, 2022
Episode 29: Prison and Mental Health, Policy Changes, and Advocating for the Advocates w/Mibi Bradshaw Harp
In this episode, Mibi Bradshaw Harp shares her story about advocacy for policy change, Medicaid, and social justice. She responds to questions such as, "Do you feel like the rehabilitation of inmates is adequate?", "How do you prioritize your own mental health as a caretaker?", and "Where are the advocates for those struggling with mental illness in prison?". Mibi explains how we can take down stigma and spread awareness for those with severe mental illness and better advocate for caretakers. She leaves listeners with validation and resources for recovery.  TW: This episode briefly mentions suicide. This story is shared with permission from both Mibi and her husband, Lee. Be sure to check out @mibi_loves_me, @namicommunicate and follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram. Please visit https://everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information. 
32:50
February 25, 2022
Episode 28: Binge Eating, Food Freedom, and Overeating w/Krista Couch
Krista Couch is a certified life coach and helps individuals stop binge eating for good. She's the podcast host of The Binge Eating Coach Podcast and created a course to help take your 1st step to overcome binge eating. In this episode, we discuss all things disordered eating, recovery, and diet culture. Krista explains stopping the urge to binge, the restrict-binge cycle, and the difference between overeating and binge eating.  Make sure to follow @bingeeatingcoach on Instagram and follow @everyounceofstrength. Please visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
37:10
February 11, 2022
Episode 27: Diabetes Education, Balanced Blood Sugars, and Body Sizes w/Dietitian Kristie
Dietitian Kristie is a certified diabetes educator and dietitian who's passionate about helping women manage blood sugars and eat without confusion. She values food freedom and health at every size. In this episode, we discuss type 1 and type 2 diabetes, balancing blood sugars and insulin, and disordered eating while managing diabetes. Kristie shares insight on diabetes misconceptions, body sizes, and carbohydrates.  Make sure to follow @type2diabetes.nutritionist and @everyounceofstrength on Instagram. Please visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
33:17
January 28, 2022
Episode 26: Emotional Eating, Stigma in Healthcare, and Diet Disrupting w/Maggie Landes
Maggie Landes is the podcast host of the Eatfulencer Podcast, has a Master's degree in Public Health Nutrition, and practiced pediatrics for almost 20 years. She shares her story of becoming a physician, recieving a cancer diagnosis, and hunting for the perfect way to eat. In this episode, we discuss if food is fuel, weight stigma in healthcare, and emotional eating. Maggie explains Health at Every Size, diet disrupting, and advocating for ourselves in the doctor's office.  Make sure to check out @maggielandesmd on Instagram and follow @everyounceofstrength. Please visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.come/everyounce for more information. 
54:40
November 05, 2021
Episode 25: Rainbow Community, Ministering to LGBTQ+ Individuals, and Staying in the Church w/Marcus Hayden (Part 2)
In this episode, Marcus Hayden discusses his story coming out as gay as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and preparing to receive a mission call. Marcus responds to questions such as, "What do you do when church hurts?", "Why do you stay in the church?", and "How can we better minister to the queer community?". He explains how we can better love and support those that are apart of the rainbow community both inside and outside of the church. Marcus leaves listeners with validation and encouragement to live the life that is best for them regardless of what that looks like.  Be sure to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and listen to Marcus's episode on Listen, Learn, and Love found here. Please check out https://everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.  More Resources: A Walk in My Shoes - @benschilaty Without the Mask - @mrcharliebird LDS LGBTQ+ Podcast - Questions from the Closet LGBTQ+ Latter-Day Saints - @liftandloveorg I'll Walk With You Rainbow Flags - @q.noor LDS LGBTQ+ Podcast - Listen, Learn, and Love
37:04
October 01, 2021
Episode 24: Coming Out, Responding to Critisism, and Leaving the Church w/Cooper Baker (Part 1)
In this episode, Cooper Baker shares his journey coming out as gay and responses that he received through that process such as, "I knew it!" or, "This is really hard for me." He explains what his plan is moving forward and his feelings as he goes through the process of removing his records from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Cooper adds lightheartedness while discussing shopping for heels, dating men, and attending pride parades. He leaves listeners with ideas of how to better support queer youth and young adults and show love to those that choose to leave the church. Be sure to check out @cooperb77 and follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram. Please check out https://everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information. More Resources: LGBTQ+ Affirming Therapist - @drlaceybagley Queer Nonprofit Organization - @encircletogether Lesbian Travel Couple - @allieandsam Gay BYU Valedictorian - @itsmatty27 Queer Artist and Advocate - @blessthemessy Gay Advocate - @mattxiv Queer Visibility Advocates - @wander.free.and.queer Former Mormon Queer Podcast - @comingoutcoach Trans Advocate - @btnpshr via @therapythoughtspodcast Gay Pride Advocate - @natejig via @lesbegaypodcast Lesbian LGBT Travel- @awayinlove Non-binary Body Liberation Advocate - @lindobacon Queer Mental Health Advocate - @samdylanfinch Non-binary Qeer Advocate - @jamesissmiling Trevor Project - @trevorproject
46:25
October 01, 2021
Episode 23: Roads to Recovery, Self-Injury Stigmas, and Fashion That Fits w/Shae Taylor
Shae Taylor is an eating disorder survivor turned mental health advocate helping to normalize intuitive eating and is actively promoting body positivity. She’s unapologetically herself and here today to tell her story about relationships with food, body, and self-love. In this episode, we discuss the effects of eating disorders on relationships, navigating style and size in a wardrobe, and understanding self-harm. Shae shares her insight on long roads to lasting recovery, body image battles, and intuitive eating. Make sure to follow @shae.taylor and @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and check out @shae.taylor2 on TikTok. Please visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
40:16
August 20, 2021
Episode 22: Celebrate Therapy, Polyamourous Networks, and LGBTQIA+ Affirming Therapists w/Lacey Bagley
Lacey Bagley is a queer therapist that focuses on nourishing self-worth and empowerment for Q+ individuals, couples, polyamourous networks, and families. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy and is the founder of Celebrate Therapy. In this episode, we talk about polyamourous networks, eating disorders, and LGBTQIA+ affirming therapists. Lacey informs listeners about marginalized communities, body dysphoria/dysmorphia, and nourishing empowerment. Be sure to follow @drlaceybagley and @celebratetherapy and check out @everyounceofstrength on Instagram. Please visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
27:36
August 13, 2021
Episode 21: Therapist Shopping, Movement for Mental Health, and Coping with Grief w/Tiffany Silva Herlin
Tiffany Herlin is a licensed clinical social worker and therapist here in Utah. She’s all about finding balance in life emotionally, mentally, and physically. Tiffany is an advocate for mindfulness, self-love, and movement. In this episode, we discuss shopping for the right professionals, qualities and qualifications to look for, and when to switch therapists. Tiffany shares her experience with grief, social work, and incorporating exercise with mindfulness.  Be sure to follow @realtalkswithtiff on Instagram and check out @everyounceofstrength. Visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
49:54
August 06, 2021
Episode 20: Grief to Grace, Turning Tragedy into Triumph, and Healing From Loss w/Tahanna Tucker
Tahanna Tucker is the co-founder of the nonprofit organization Grief to Grace and an advocate for providing restoration and long-term healing to those who have lost a loved one. Her mission is to raise awareness, educate families, connect individuals to resources, and turn tragedy into triumph. In this episode, Tahanna shares her own story of the sudden loss of a loved one due to an unexpected tragedy, shares her perspective on grief, and encourages resilience. Be sure to check out @grief.to.grace on Instagram and visit www.grieftogracefoundation.com. Make sure to also follow @everyounceofstrength and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information. This episode is dedicated in memory of Marcus L. Tucker (April 30, 1984 - April 30, 2011).
40:22
July 23, 2021
Episode 19: Healthy Hits the Spot, Financial Anxieties, and Eliminating Excess w/Paige Schmidt
Paige Schmidt is a podcast host, coach, and online advocate. She focuses on food freedom, money anxieties, and body image. In this episode, we’ll discuss living aligned, health without obsession, and financial anxiety. Paige shares her experiences with food and exercise, the crossover between diets and budgeting, and helping women find balance with food and money. Be sure to follow @paigeschmidt on Instagram, visit paigeschmidt.com, and check out https://paige-schmidt-llc.ck.page/2a5ff13a81 for her free excess workshop. Make sure to also check out @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and https://everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
55:38
July 02, 2021
Episode 18: Fatphobia, Stepping Away From Should, and Faith Explorations w/Emily Clarke
Emily Clarke is an advocate for self-love, body acceptance, and showing up authentically. She is tearing down misinformation, homophobia, and fat-shaming. In this episode, we discuss living in a bigger body, looking through lenses of love, and incorporating must in our lives. Emily shares insight into taking what serves you, faith transitions, and body appreciation. Be sure to check out @yourfriend_em on Instagram and make sure to follow @everyounceofstrength. Visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
49:60
May 28, 2021
Episode 17: Q&A, Reintroduction, and the Future of Every Ounce of Strength
Today, I'm sitting down recording a solo episode with me, myself, and I to answer all of the questions you submitted. Stay tuned to hear all about the fruit snack hierarchy, how I pushed through recovery even when it seemed easier to quit, and what the future is for Every Ounce. TW: This episode discusses eating disorders and suicidal ideation. Listener discretion is adviced. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) Introduction (0:52) What eating disorder(s) did you have? (4:25) What helped you push through recovery even when it seemed easier to quit? (5:52) How do you know you’re in recovery? What does that mean? (09:08) What's your job right now? Where do you work? (11:45) What's your dream job? (14:50) Where do you want to live? One place realistic and one wildest dream? (17:05) When's laundry day? (18:17) Favorite animal? (18:58) What's your favorite Ginger moment? (20:16) Something beautifully selfish you would buy for you if you had all the money for it? (23:05) How do you deal with people around you not eating a lot or having a good relationship with food? (25:15) What are some healthy (as in balanced, not over restrictive) things that everyone can implement? (28:27) Favorite speaking engagement? (31:37) Who is Nick? (32:13) What is the best way to practice patience? (35:08) Any advice on helping people who you love who are struggling with suicide? (36:54) Advice for someone with an unsupportive family? (43:25) Best advice you've ever received? (46:56) Dream podcast guest? (49:30) Can you give a detailed explanation of the fruit snacks scales from best to least? (50:20) What's coming up for Every Ounce of Strength? (53:28) I sincerely appreciate all of your support and listenership. Hearing your messages of hope and resilience makes all of the time, money, and energy I've invested so worth it. If your question was not answered in this episode, please send me a message @everyounceofstrength on Instagram or visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information. Sending so much love your direction! - Lexie
55:57
May 14, 2021
Episode 16: Schizophrenia, Panic Disorder, and Taking Down Stigma w/Nathan Shuherk
Nathan Shuherk is a disability advocate and public speaker living with schizophrenia and panic disorder. He shares his story of a schizophrenia diagnosis, his personal experiences, and awareness for what the illness really is. In this episode, we discuss panic disorder, positive and negative symptoms of psychosis, and if recovery is a reality. Nathan also discusses how he chooses to manage symptoms, ways he's tearing down stigma, and hope for individuals when times are tough. Be sure to follow @nathanshuherk on Instagram and TikTok to stay updated. Make sure to also check out @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
38:59
May 07, 2021
Episode 15: Yoga for Every Body, Journaling, and Resetting to Rise w/Casey Newman
Casey Newman is a certified holistic health coach and yoga teacher. She actively helps humans release toxic patterns through yoga, intentional daily rituals, and overall wellness. In this episode, we discuss affirmations, prioritizing self-care, and body image. Casey shares insight on overcoming toxic thought patterns, incorporating journaling, and the benefits of yoga. Be sure to check out @heycaseynewman on Instagram and visit caseynewman.com for more inspiration. Make sure to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
31:05
April 30, 2021
Episode 14: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Overlap with Orthorexia, and Therapy Facts and Fiction w/Mimi Cole
Mimi Cole is the podcast host of The Lovely Becoming, therapist in training, and advocate for body respect and acceptance. She has insight on having an intuitive relationship around food, making therapy concepts more accessible, and personal experience with obsessive-compulsive disorder (or better known as OCD). In this episode, we discuss unlearning and becoming, common myths about therapy, and obsessions vs. compulsions. Mimi shares with listeners the importance of radical acts of self-love, treatment for OCD, and it's connection with orthorexia. Be sure to follow @the.lovelybecoming on Instagram or visit mimi-cole.com for more resources. Make sure to check out @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
41:38
April 16, 2021
Episode 13: Bipolar Disorder, Rape Victim Healing, and a Rewarding Life in Reach w/Amelia Zachry
In this episode, Amelia Zachry discusses her personal insight with bipolar disorder, the effects of post traumatic stress disorder, and suicidal ideation. Amelia is a soon to be author and advocate for normalizing mental illness and removing stigma. She sheds light on struggles in relationships with bipolar, life after rape, and gives hope that a rewarding life is within reach. From victim blaming, bipolar inconsistencies, and overcoming past trauma, Amelia and Lexie cover it all.  TW: This episode discusses suicidal ideation and sexual assault. Be sure to check out @browngirlcrazyworld on Instagram or visit ameliazachry.com for book updates. Make sure to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
40:29
April 09, 2021
Episode 12: LGBTQ+ 101, Supporting the Queer Community, and Questioning Sexuality w/Nate Garner
Nate Garner is the podcast co-host of Les Be Gay, an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, sex education reform, and drug abuse awareness. In this episode, Nate and Lexie dive into what the LGBTQIAP+ labels stand for, questioning coming out, and what fluid sexuality is all about. Nate gives insight on queer history, supporting the community, and stereotypes of gay life. We also discuss mental health, polices and laws, and relationships in the queer community. Be sure to check out @lesbegaypodcast and @natejig on Instagram. Make sure to follow @everyounceofstrength and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
53:18
March 26, 2021
Episode 11: Perfectionism, Body Image Resilience, and Weight Setpoints w/Amy Harman
Amy Harman is a psychotherapist specialized in eating disorder treatment. She’s passionate about helping others with body image, intuitive eating, and health at every size. Not only that, but she’s also a licensed marriage and family therapist and the author of Perfectly Imperfect. In this episode, we discuss everything from bad body image days to what weight loss won't cure. Amy informs listeners about body neutrality and body respect, eating disorder treatment, and overcoming toxic perfectionism. Be sure to follow @amyharmanlmft on Instagram and be sure to check out @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information. 
46:03
March 19, 2021
Episode 10: Social Injustice, Balancing Bulimia, and Art Therapy w/Jayde Barber
Jayde Barber is the podcast host of Students of Mind, advocate for mental health and breaking stigma, psychology student, and artist. She has unique, personal insight with being a black woman while also struggling with anxiety, depression, anorexia, and bulimia. In this episode, we discuss the impact of art therapy, microaggressions of racism, and wrestling with mental illness. Jayde shares her experience with finding balance between restriction and binging, supporting people of color, and prioritizing daily mental health. Be sure to check out @studentsofmind on Instagram and Students of Mind podcast on all major listening platforms. Please also be sure to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
56:07
March 12, 2021
Episode 9: Self-Harm Tiger Stripes, Psychiatric Wards, and Substance Abuse with Hannah Renae
Hannah Renae is an author who shares her experience in three rehabs, four psychiatric wards, twenty-two days in a jail cell, and one suicide attempt in less than a year. Hannah has faced untreated mental illness, severe substance abuse, life-changing trauma, and two major deaths. In this episode, we discuss healing from self-harm, setting boundaries, and how to support those struggling with addiction. Hannah expresses her hope for listeners, gives insight on suicidal ideation, and encourages starting the road to recovery. TW: This episode discusses suicide, self-harm, and substance abuse. Resources: Crisis Text Line - text HOME to 741741 TWLOHA - https://twloha.com/find-help/ Substance Abuse and Mental Service Helpline - 1-800-662-HELP (4357) Trevor Project (LGBTQ+ Support) - 1-866-488-7386 Suicide Helpline - 1-800-273-TALK (8255) Be sure to follow @hannahrenae on Instagram and visit hannahrenaeauthor.com for more information. Please also make sure to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more resources.
41:55
February 19, 2021
Episode 8: Relationships, Single Season, and the Cycle of Dating Despair w/Mary Claire Schibelka
In this episode, Mary Claire discusses singles coaching, dating app stigmas, and settling in relationships. She is a clinical mental health counselor, a passionate fan of The Bachelor, and helps women rock the single life while dating with intention. She specializes in helping women identify their values, set relationship goals, and enjoy the process of dating. Are people on dating apps desperate? How do you break the cycle of dating despair? How do you incorporate more self-love? If you're already buying chocolates, feeling ineligible as a partner, or wondering about love languages this Valentine's season, don't miss out on this episode. Be sure to check out @teawithmc on Instagram and make sure to follow @everyounceofstrength and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
35:29
February 12, 2021
Episode 7: Dating in Dietland, Orthorexia 101, and Intuitive Movement w/Emily Travis
Emily Travis is a registered dietitian and certified eating disorder specialist. She has her own private practice and is passionate about all things food and faith. In this episode, Emily discusses her background with intuitive eating, dating in dietland, and weight stigma in healthcare. She also breaks down orthorexia, emphasizes joyful movement, and encourages positive language around food. If you're interested in discussing revenge bodies, health at every size, or shredding for the wedding, this episode was made for you! Be sure to follow @weall_eat and @nourishsupport on Instagram or visit www.weall-eat.com/ for more information. Make sure to check out @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more other information.
40:50
February 05, 2021
Episode 6: Weight Inclusivity, Intuitive Eating 101, and Weight Bias in Healthcare w/Amanda Lambrechts
Amanda Lambrechts is a registered dietitian and actively fights against food obsession, ditching diets, and working towards body acceptance and authentic living. She specializes in helping women navigate nutrition in the real world. Amanda’s the podcast host of Spilling the Beans and is overall, an extraordinary advocate for mental wellbeing and weight inclusivity. In this episode, Lexie and Amanda discuss the principles of Intuitive Eating, the Marie Kondo method of dieting, and how individuals can use better language when describing food. Be sure to follow @spillingthebeans_nutrition on Instagram and check out Spilling the Beans on all major listening platforms. Be sure to connect with Lexie on Instagram by following @everyounceofstrength and by visiting www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
49:50
January 29, 2021
Episode 5: Anti-Diet Dietitians, Grace Over Guilt, and Wellness Culture w/Jenna Corsi
In this episode, Jenna Corsi joins us for a conversation about intuitive eating, orthorexia, and diet culture. Jenna is a registered dietitian, encourages her clients to eat without guilt, and live with more grace. Listeners can learn how to pursue health and honor nutrition without leaning into the diet mentality. Lexie and Jenna also give recommendations on how to combat comments on food choices or body size. Be sure to checkout @balanced.nutrition on Instagram and visit www.jennacorsinutrition.com for more resources. Don't forget to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
46:33
January 22, 2021
Episode 4: Life Coaching, Dating Culture and Men's Mental Health w/Braydon Carter
Braydon Carter is the host of The Self Design Show, a soon-to-be life coach, and a big advocate for raising awareness on anxiety, depression, and all-around mental health. In this episode, Braydon discusses the stigma surrounding men and mental health, how listeners can design the life that they want and how to increase confidence and communication in relationships. He also answers submitted questions from listeners such as, "What are good get to know you questions you wished girls asked?" and, "Is a partner's mental health struggles a factor in whether or not you'd pursue them?" Braydon and Lexie dive deep into taboo mental health and sharing personal stories in this can't-miss episode. Be sure to follow @thebraydoncarter on Instagram and check out The Self Design Show on all major listening platforms. Be sure to connect with Lexie on Instagram by following @everyounceofstrength and visit www.everyounceofstrenght.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information. 
01:00:05
January 15, 2021
Episode 3: Self-Image: Find Your Filter, Female Empowerment, and the Miss America Organization w/Sophie Baker
Sophie Baker is the former Miss Northern Utah 2019, has qualified to compete at the International DECA Competition, and is empowered about women's rights. Sophie explains her platform Self-Image: Find Your Filter, her experience with pageantry, and finding balance in the beauty industry.  She also discusses increasing connectivity on social media and women supporting women. Don't miss out on the opportunity to learn from and support Sophie by following @selfimage.findyourfilter and @sophiebak_r on Instagram.  Make sure to check out @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
50:09
January 01, 2021
Episode 2: Unpacking Anxiety, Accumulating Positive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy w/Sadie Sutton
In this episode, Sadie shares her mental health story of overcoming anxiety and depression. This included participation in extensive outpatient programs, four months in a residential program, and a year in a therapeutic boarding school. Sadies shares quick and direct DBT skills with listeners that can be easily and effectively implemented. From discovering a life worth living to dream podcast guests, Sadie and Lexie uncover it all. Be sure to follow @shepersistedpodcast on Instagram and visit shepersistedpodcast.com for bonus content. TW: This episode discusses suicidal ideation. Don't forget to check out @everyounceofstrength on Instagram and visit www.everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for more information.
34:00
December 18, 2020
Episode 1: The One Where Lexie Has a Podcast, Shares Her Story With an Eating Disorder, and Brings Hope to Listeners
In this pilot episode, Lexie shares her mental health story surrounding her eating disorder. After being diagnosed at age fifteen, she spent six days in Primary Children's Hospital and the following four months with a feeding tube. Through a complex process of recovery with a specialized therapist, eating disorder dietitian, pediatrician, and support team, Lexie has since reached full recovery. By sharing her story, she desires to shed light on the stigma around mental illness and provide listeners with hope. Lexie is now a motivational speaker, coach, and podcast host.  Follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram or visit everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for all other inquiries.
24:39
December 11, 2020
Every Ounce Trailer
Hello there and welcome to the Every Ounce podcast! Here, we talk all things mental health, wellness, and resilience. Lexie is determined to bring you a one-stop shop for all things related to mental might. In this space, nothing is off the table. Join us for talks about naps and fruit snacks, to the most real and raw conversations of life. So grab your favorite drink, pull up a seat and get ready for some real authenticity. Here, you will find community, validation, and most importantly, strength. Be sure to follow @everyounceofstrength on Instagram or visit https://everyounceofstrength.wixsite.com/everyounce for all other inquiries.
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December 02, 2020