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philosophy (6)

P.S.A (S3Ep13) Illusion

The last and final part of the #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth saga based off of a meme about song association concludes with the discussion of Schizophrenia. This is a mental disorder that isn't talked about as much as others however, it still affects society today. The host utilizes creativity, and makes this not so easy topic, somewhat easier to digest.
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P.S.A Podcast (S3Ep12) So Anxious

The second part of the #MentalHealthAwareness saga continues with the discussion of anxiety. There are several facts and tips given from personal experience that will help the audience overcome anxiety. There are also several references to pop culture that include R&B legend Ginuwine, and Winnie The Pooh's Piglet. R.I.P Maya Angelou and Kobe the Chinese Sharpei.
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P.S.A Podcast (S3Ep10) New Me, Who Dis?

This episode (feat @ Arinoire) discusses how a person can change, and how they are not obligated to be the same person they were 10 years ago, let alone 10 minutes ago. Episode 10 is the first ever episode to have a live studio audience, in which a member of the audience joins the discussion live (@ ItsCeeAllen). The three tie in personal experiences while touching on Nipsey Hussle's use of sage, Kamela Harris' past, and Kevin Hart's Oscar fiasco.
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This extremely episode opinionated discusses the importance of speaking up. Don't be the person who makes sour faces and sucks their teeth when someone brings up something you don't like or don't agree with, speak your mind. Episode 9 is probably one of the most informative episodes in P.S.A history.
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Episode 7 featuring Boobie, is very relate-able. Being held accountable, or holding someone accountable is discussed in several ways. This episode serves as a huge intervention for the audience. Izzy even tests Boobie to see how accountable he really is.
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P.S.A (S3Ep2) Government Shutdown

Season 3 coming right back at you with another triggering episode that attacks people who lack effective communication skills. This episode identifies this as stonewalling, and reveals the dangers of not talking about things that needed to be talked about.
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