What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word MENTAL HEALTH? This is a mental health podcast by a Northern Nigerian Lady. We will be having deep and intresting conversations with indiviuals who are willing to share their experiences and also professionals in the field of mental health. Join me in my unique way of creating awareness in Nigeria while we also find ways of reducing the stigma surrounding it. New episodes will be released every first and last Saturday’s of the month. Hosted by Khadijah Abdullahi Instagram :yana_podcast.ng
This story you’re about to hear is a very good example of how anyone can focus on the good things of life. We shouldn’t be defined by our past but by our ability to keep pushing through every time it seems difficult. He grew up with an identity just to be told a different story all together, determined to be successful he ran away from home to start afresh. He wanted to be successful and behold he has not only achieved a lot but is on the journey of breaking more boundaries. He uses his experience as a child to help people around him,and to also be the best father to his kids.
It is an honor to have such an amazing strong man in my presence and I’m grateful that he used this platform to share his story.
For suggestions, comments and enquires don’t hesitate to message us on Instagram or Twitter. If you also want an opportunity to share your story so that it can inspire someone let me know.
The End SARS protest in Nigeria was a movement that affected so many people both home and abroad. It was so sad to see people die and no one has given us an explanation as to why it happened like that in the first place. I got the opportunity to have a conversation with a citizen who didn’t only go out to protest, but was able to find a way to support the cause. Paul Ameh who is a dear friend of mine shared a lot with us .The conversation went deeper when he explained how he came out very prepared but turned out that his mental health would be affected by it all. So join me as we find out how he takes care of his mental health despite the trauma.
Join me as I have an interesting conversation with a friend, we both shared our opinions about mental health, the importance of speaking up about your mental health, what causes the stigma in the society and how we can individually help to neutralize the stigma.
This episode contains some truths that we ignore currently in our society regarding mental health. We all go through a lot on a daily basis but what keeps us moving ahead is our mental strength and nothing else.
With the stories that we have shared I know it is very relatable for many of you. I had the honor to sit down with Daniel who not only a Medical Doctor but also an advocate for everything mental health. I know that you will enjoy this as much as I do because it always a pleasure having deep conversations with interesting and unique individuals.
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Stigma can impact an individual in various spheres of life. This makes it very difficult for anyone dealing with any form of mental health disorder to actually be positive. “No health without mental health” Got suggestions or want to send in questions? Follow us on Instagram: @yana_podcast.ng Twitter: yana_podcast
In this episode, I gave my personal opinion how you can deal with the anxiety, stress, tension and fear surrounding Corona Virus aka Covid-19. The goal is to accept the change we all face, let’s all be realistic about how we feel. It is a phase and let’s all try by acknowledging all the emotions that we have during this time. Are you ready to find ways to function well?? Your mental health is important and you need to stay afloat during social distancing. Got suggestions or want to send in questions? Follow us on Instagram: @yana_podcast.ng Twitter: yana_podcast
When you hear the word mental health, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? In this episode I talked about my mental health and how I attempted suicide twice, it wasn’t easy talking about it but I did. Do u think talking about it shows weakness? Hell no, it actually shows strength. I choose to speak up because I want you to know how beautiful vulnerability can be. I was also able to explain what mental health is, the types, signs and also the causes of poor mental. Mental health affects every single one of us and it’s best we join hands to support one another. Feel free to reach out to me through any of our social media accounts. Thank you for listening and enjoy. Instagram: yana_podcast.ng Twitter: yana_podcast
Welcome to You Are Not Alone. I look forward to having more interesting things to talk about as we dive deeper into Mental Health in the Northern part of Nigeria. Let’s create awareness and fight against Stigma.