Self Love lounge uncovers the good, the bad and the ugly to loving yourself fearlessly. I’m your host Areena Antoine and were talking about all things everything in the light of you and I unlocking our history and embracing our chemistry together. This is the place for empowered women (all levels) to empower others.
Finding your voice can be a difficult journey, especially when we are figuring out who we want to be. The Host of the Young Culture Podcast and an aspiring counselor, Vineeta Prasad, and I open up about the process of finding and honoring our voices. The episode talks about our passion for empowering young people to overcome their fears, share their passions, and be proud of their dream while trusting the process of the universe!
Why is it so hard to maintain a best friend? Or better yet, What is a best friend? Do you remember your first friendship heartbreak, what did you learn and how did you overcome it? How do you spot a toxic friend? Can you create boundaries in current friendships? Your coach, your host, and your homie, Jenna Arora and your SLL Host and girl Areena Antoine dive deep on the topic of friendship.
25 years old, Gigi Gill, born Gurinder Gill opens a dialogue about the stigma of immigration, navigating cultural discrimination, and chasing her dream in the acting industry. She's got a degree, shortly studied theatre, became an actress and recently started a Youtube Channel! She is thrilled to be a part of the Self Love Lounge Podcast because of the amazing message it sends to young girls, and she hopes she can be a guiding voice to those seeking advice.
21 year old, Roya Pishvaei lets us inside the high-artistic competitive world of dance. She opens up about clout cliques, false preaching, the superficiality of expectations, and many other difficulties she learned to overcome within the dance industry. Roya is a professional dancer and still working hard to make a name for herself in the industry. In short, Roya Pishvaei is a choreographer, teacher, dancer, student, and now my friend who's living a crazy epic dance life!
** Trigger Warning** This episode touches on mental health, sexual abuse, and assault. These detrimental experiences shaped Whytli Rogers life as she navigates her journey to self-love. Whytli Rogers is a certified life coach, mental health advocate, and survivor of sexual and mental abuse. Join us as we uncover her empowering story of how she overcame what almost killed her.
This episode teaches us how a woman should be two things: Who and what she wants. Taylor Hui is the definition of women empowerment. She is a philanthropist, positive body image advocate, and social entrepreneurship at the heart. So, here's to all the strong women. We may know them. We may be them. We may we raise them.
Think of Rejection as a redirection! Athlete, Certified Fitness/Life Coach, Owner, and Founder of The MP Coaching Experience, Haeley Mariah introduces a powerful conversation about forgiveness. Forgiving yourself is just as important as forgiving others. Guilt is toxic, re-living the mistake over and over is toxic. Love yourself. Forgive yourself. Haeley Mariah believes that we can break barriers and grow together, inside and out. One day at a time!
Your host Areena and Guest speaker Maitry will walk you down to the high school days where the hallways felt like the end of the fucking world as two labeled “white-washed” girls from different schools and different experiences uncover a mutual feeling of confusion within their identity. Navigating the need for belonging and the want of independence, the high school days helped shaped their identity to become confident and secure women!
Imagine, the way you self talk, you self Love. So, visualize your highest self and start showing up as her/him/them! The founder and host of xoandhustle, Summan introduces us to her creative passion for personal, emotional, and spiritual development, and has turned that into a lifelong commitment to learn and share the power of self-discovery with you!
Acne has been a rollercoaster of emotions that we can all agree with. Ish from Birmingham, shares her on-going struggles with acne which was quite the bumpy ride. In this episode, she talks about her passion for making a change by working to normalize acne and to help inspire others in embracing beauty and to celebrate differences!
From basketball player to sorority girl, model, and blogger. Imran Rai is a shoulder to cry on, a genuine soul, and a strong woman. Her journey to self-love was never easy, she overcame many challenges such as an eating disorder, redefining her true identity, but taking her power back while at it!
You are listening to the very first episode of Self Love Lounge season 1 . Here is a glimpse of the reality of being a girl in our generation and how it takes all of you to empower somebody for the purpose of our next generation and for the purpose of the next episode!