Devon J Hall is a 37-year-old writer, who was once arrested for having a panic attack on an airplane. Now she is the official Loud Mouth Brown Girl and she focuses on mental health and life after trauma and childhood sexual abuse. This is a Loud Mouth Brown Girl Production.
Sometimes when we get overwhelmed by various emotions, it's difficult to function. This week Devon J Hall is focusing on finding ways to battle overwhelming emotions by creating systems of organization, both emotionally and physically, that will hopefully help her relax a lot more.
It's difficult to express how you feel when you have so many triggers firing off in your brain at one time, creating systems of organization can be huge in helping you to function on a balanced daily basis. Whether that means organizing your space, you'll do what you gotta do to keep feeling better and functioning at a level that you are comfortable with.
Don't forget to check out Devon at LoudMouthBrownGirl.Com and on Twitter @DevonJHall
During this lovely conversation between friends from two totally different places in the world, Lifecoach Anne Livingston discusses life, spirituality, and the journey of self-discovery. Through this conversation both women learn about each other for the first time, realizing that they have a lot in common, but they have twice as many differences. Between the color of their skin to their politics, and yet still, they find a way to connect and bond. You can find Anne at Anne The Nomad.
This week I took a walk, and that was really scary because I was genuinely afraid that I wouldn't be safe out in public. It's the first walk that I've taken in a year, and is a small step of overcoming my fear, that something might happen when I leave or return to my house. Check out this episode for a great reminder that although trauma and abuse and PTSD suck, the experience that traumatized you is over, and at a certain point you have to start moving forward instead of staying in place out of fear.
Don't forget to check out Devon's website Loud Mouth Brown Girl, and follow her on Twitter @DevonJHall
It's Devon's birthday and to celebrate she sat down with Supernatural's Kim Rhodes 4 Real and had an hour-long conversation about life as an actress, a mom, and a woman. In this conversation, Devon learned that being an actress is really difficult, but that it's also super rewarding. We talked about the #WaywardSisters movement, and subverting expectations of who the world thinks you should be.
In this episode, Devon J Hall and Reverend Kelly Renee discuss life with cannabis and life without cannabis. This is an honest look at two women from two very different backgrounds discussing the plant that both changed, and in many ways saved their lives.
On this side segment of Comfortably Uncomfortable Conversations, Devon has committed herself to fifteen weeks of self-care. Over the next fifteen weeks, Devon is going to be tracking her mental health, and focusing on setting goals and healing by putting those desires to achieve a higher understanding of self, into practice. These episodes will air originally on Patreon, and every Sunday everywhere starting March 28th, 2021.
In this episode, Devon is breaking down why she feels like a victim, and the overwhelming guilt, shame, and anxiety of being a victim. It is in this episode that Devon realized that she is continuing to carry perceptions from other people, that don't belong to her. She talks about #NotYourFault, and rape, so please be warned that this episode is explicit, and may be hard to hear.
World-renowned, award-winning, Publicist, Activist, Canna Advocate, and Feminist Tracey Lamourie joins Devon J Hall to discuss all the things. Feminism, cannabis, mental health, trauma, and activism. A beautiful conversation between two women who not only recognize each other's power but feed off it in a way that provides nothing but love for both.
You can find Tracey on her website.
For this hour Chantel Phillpotts joins Devon J Hall to discuss cannabis, sexuality, and the art of being a woman of color in Canada while trying to climb the steps of the cannabis industry. It's an interesting and beautiful conversation, the kind that only happens when BudSista's unite.
On this episode of the show, Devon J Hall invited her new friend Joe O. Patrone from the Culture Nerds Podcast to teach her about comic books, films, and some basic history on some of her favorite characters. You can follow Joe's journey with Culture Nerds on Apple iTunes and Spotify. You can also follow Joe on Twitter @CultureNerds
For the season 2 opener, Devon J Hall invites her Budsista and friend Desiree Frieson to join the conversation. At the table, they discuss sex, sexuality, the art of being a woman, and the magic of discovering what it means to really take responsibility for your choices, hopes, and dreams.
You can follow Desiree Frieson on Instagram @TheMatureCanna
Devon is available on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and at Loud Mouth Brown Girl
This season I am honoring my guests Joe O. Patrone, Siren Saint Sin, Stephanie Massey, for sharing their experience with me. I wanted to take a few minutes to introduce the season so that you could hear my voice, uninterrupted by guests or by music. I wanted you to hear my story, my way, and my hopes and dreams. It is my hope that after listening to this introduction, you'll be more inclined to pay attention to me and my guests when we speak. I have learned so much about who I am, and who I want to be by doing this podcast, and I am excited about building on those realizations with you by my side.
Music by Rastafarian by Audionautix | http://audionautix.com (Jason Shaw)
On this season of Comfortably Uncomfortable Conversations, Devon J Hall reaches into her network to interview the famous Reverand Kelly from Kelly's Green Lounge, Joe O. Patrone from Culture Nerds where they discuss their favorite and least favorite Superheros. She also delves into the world of BDSM with the world-famous Siren Saint Sin, cannabis culture with Necole Hines, and mental health with Chantel Phillpotts.
This season is entirely about learning how to be who you want to be, regardless of what others say you should be.
During this conversation, Khadisha Thornhill also known as "Miss Weed Wiki Speaks" and Devon talk about Cannabis in the Black community, "Blerdism", Comic Books and films, and the politics of being Black. Check out Khadisha on Twitter @MsKhadishaT or on Apple Itunes and Spotify @ Miss Weed Wiki Speaks.
During this conversation, Renita and Devon discuss Kanye West, Politics, Mental Health, it was a conversation filled with laughter. Probably one of the best we've ever done. You can follow Renita at @BeYourOwnKind24 on Twitter and www.beyourownkind.com
On This Episode of Comfortably Uncomfortable Conversations, Devon J Hall sat down with C.D. Pulley to discuss the 2020 shit show that is the US Elections, and the mental health implications on what is yet to come. Feel free to check out her blogs @ womenareeverything.wordpress.com and cdpulleyblog.wordpress.com
During this conversation, Trish Ahjel Roberts, Dr. Nicole Scott and Devon J Hall discuss life, men, mens' arms, mental health and how to decompress from all the toxicity flying at us thanks to the devil's asshole that is 2020.
During this conversation, Paulette and Devon discuss Marijuana use, and how it can combat mental health issues, or in some cases cause them. Check out this conversation about Stress, Mental Health, and Self Care.
During this conversation, Devon and Sue discuss the importance of medical marijuana for things like Lyme Disease which Sue deals with every single day. Educator and homemaker, Sue teaches people how to make their own edibles and how to use cannabis responsibly.
During this conversation, Sharmane Fury and I discuss what it means to be a mixed ass race woman in a world that wants to define you as either-or. Join us as we talk the importance of branding, history, and self-love.
In this episode, user @XpelIncels and I discuss the Incel community and the harm that can be caused by people who support Men's Rights Groups. We discuss feminism and the power of social media as a digital platform of protest.
Trigger Warning for conversations about Child abuse and child sex abuse. During this conversation, Wally and Devon discuss Black Lives Matter, The LGBTQ+2 Community, Kamala Harris and Politics and so much more. Please be aware that this conversation may trigger something inside of you, so listen with care.