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Jan 5, 2022
Season 5 Finale: Highlights & Reflections
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Jul 27, 2022
Emily Wu Truong Speaks from Personal Experiences about Mental Health
Emily Wu Truong childhood wasn't easy as a Taiwanese-American for so many reasons, being compared to high achievers, having depression, got bullied, and other challenges. Through the support of friends and personal growth, she's become a mental health advocate and motivational speaker in the San Gabriel Valley area, outside of Los Angeles, for almost a decade. She shares poignantly on this episode of Erasing Shame about finding self-worth, dreaming big, and helping others through life's ups and downs.
May 8, 2022
When is the best time for Asian Americans to talk about mental health?
Japanese-American therapist Robyn Tamanaha talks with Erasing Shame co-host DJ Chuang during the month of May—AAPI heritage month and mental health month about those 2 themes. We chat about what helps Asian Americans most to get that first appointment with a therapist or counselor, the difference between Bipolar Disorder I and Bipolar II, some books Robyn’s reading, and how she hosts 2 podcasts, and more. See the show notes at https://erasingshame.com/when-is-the-best-time-for-asian-americans-to-talk-about-mental-health/
Jan 25, 2022
A Woman's Spiritual Journey of Finding Her True Self
Are you worn down from trying to fulfill your parents’ expectations? Your Asian community’s expectations? Your manager's expectations? Even God's expectations? On this special episode of Erasing Shame, Eunice Lee (author of "More Christ, More Me: One Woman's Spiritual Journey of Finding Her True Self") talks with co-host Hannah Lee Sandoval about her experiences of erasing shame and feeling not enough, towards a fulfilling life of healing, health, and freedom. Eunice Lee website https://www.byeunicelee.com/