On this episode recorded on the Mondayest of Mondays. Jay and Kay share some interesting “events” including an unthinkable scenario that won’t ever be unseen.
Besides this, they hop on the Netflix fallout issue and the intriguing shows like Rothaniel that can truly stir up emotions. As Kay stated, being able to unpack your emotions in a society where expressing emotions becomes uncomfortable allows us the empowerment to stand up and live in our own truth. And also, yes, we’re ignoring your messages. Listen in to find out why.
Being on duty over the weekend and hanging out with a seven-year-old…fun!
Being the only one seeing something unseeable - you won’t stop thinking of it
The fallout of Netflix - dropping stocks, hiring then laying off people, and canceling shows
Jay & Kay reacts to Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel
Standing up to live in your truth and not hiding from people - the freedom it entails
Having professionals taking their game to the next level to understand people
American Academy of Pediatrics’ announcement on moving away from flawed guidelines that link race to risk for pediatric challenges
Social media & texting etiquette - text messages vs. calling…which is better? Also, do I have to like your post every time? We don’t want to be bothered with little things.
This week’s For the Culture Shout Out!
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
For support or help, contact the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)Call the NAMI Helpline at 800-950-NAMI
Or, if in you are a crisis, text "NAMI" to 741741
“Maybe part of our problem as a society is that we have taught ourselves survival...but we have taught ourselves to suppress our emotions, so much so that not only do our emotions make us uncomfortable, but other people's emotions make us uncomfortable. And I think maybe we need to sit in there uncomfortable.” - Khalilah Elliott
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