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Never Quit... Never Fail... Never Scared... The Mental Health Podcast. Hear from real stories and be inspired by others. Our guests have - Taken on crazy life problems or challenges, faced them and achieved Never Quit... Have failed multiple times, learnt, grown and then succeeded to smash it! Never Failed...Have gone through brave things which have made you become the awesome person today. Never Scared... We also speak to professionals who can talk about mental health or mindset to help our ...
 
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Elizabeth Westendorf is an Associate for Atwood Financial Planning, LLC and a comprehensive fee-only by the hour financial planner. She specializes in working with young professionals to help them start financially strong and meet their goals. In today’s episode, Elizabeth shares how she manages her money and mental health after surviving a traumat…
 
In our second episode, I speak to Daniela Bright, who is a Maths teacher by profession, a Yoga Teacher and a Founding Ambassador of Fight Train Clothing. She has a Black Belt in Karate, a Third Degree Black Belt in Taekwon-do, winning a European and coming 3rd in the World Championships in 2006/7, a Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and a former Pro…
 
There are still a lot of inequalities that women face with regards to finances like the gender wage gap and the gender investing gap. In this episode, learn how Miracle Olatunji is bridging those gaps and advocating for financial equality among women. Miracle is an amazing college student, entrepreneur, speaker, and author. At 17, she founded Oppor…
 
In our first ever episode, I speak to Chris Hunt, a former Royal Marines Commando now a Mind, Body and Life Coach and Founder of The FUNdaMENTAL Coach based in Wokingham, Berkshire. After 7 years in the Royal Marines, which included two tours of Afghanistan as a Lead Close Protection Operative to 1 star Brigadier General and CO Vehicle Commander an…
 
In today’s episode, I'm interviewing my friend Terri Huggins. Terri is a freelance journalist, blogger, dance fitness instructor, and is a self-proclaimed queen of expression who’s convinced life becomes terrific once you say it is. She shares her story on how affirmations with an action plan can actually change your life. We also talk about impost…
 
Do you have a clutter problem? Has the lockdown made you buy stuff online that only ends up as additional clutter? In this episode, I interview my friend Monica Lin of Make Room by Monica. Monica is a professional home organizer and clutter coach. She’ll teach you the different types of clutter, how spending habits lead to clutter, and how clutter …
 
Women may suffer from ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) and never even know it. Unfortunately, they don't get diagnosed as a child and as a result, they are often misdiagnosed and it goes untreated for years. In today’s episode, I chat with Diann Wingert, a coach who specializes in adult ADHD, to uncover what it is really about, how i…
 
In this bonus episode from Melanie, she discusses the infamous Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Oprah interview. In the interview, Meghan admitted feeling suicidal and reaching out for help and getting none, which was part of the reason why they "left". Mental health issues don't discriminate or care about who you are. Listen to Melanie's thoughts an…
 
Since the pandemic began, there have been so many violent attacks and other forms of racism towards Asian-Americans. Unfortunately, this Covid-related violence is not getting talked about as much as it should. So in this episode, I speak with Indian-American actress and singer Sheila Houlahan who is outspoken about what is going on in the Asian-Ame…
 
When it comes to money, there can be lots of feelings of shame, guilt, anxiety, and even sadness. So, how can we prevent those negative feelings and even attract abundance? Find out as I interview Ken Honda, author of the book, “Happy Money: The Japanese Art Of Making Peace With Your Money”. Ken shares his tips on transforming your money mindset, h…
 
To close out Black History Month, I interviewed my friend Kevin Matthews about the Tulsa Race Massacre also known as the Black Wall Street Massacre. In this episode, learn the mental health and wealth implications of this massacre - the generational trauma and racial wealth gap - and how to help close that gap. Plus, find out how Kevin is building …
 
In this episode, we are chatting about something we can all relate to at one point or another and that is breakups. I'm interviewing Amalia Miralrío who is a therapist in private practice based out of Detroit, Michigan and serving Michigan and Pennsylvania virtually. She specializes in helping women, queer, and trans individuals overcome the belief…
 
In this special Valentine’s Day-themed episode, we’re going to talk about love and money. I chat with my friend Erin Lowry aka Broke Millennial about having these awkward financial conversations with the people we love. Like what happens if someone earns significantly more than the other person? What do you do about debt? And we talk about the ‘P’ …
 
What comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘hypnosis’? Do you think of weird circus acts or mind control? In this episode, Doug Sands breaks down the myths and misconceptions about hypnosis. Doug is a consulting hypnotist who helps would-be adventurers overcome fear and anxiety. He shares his mental health journey with depression and anxiety an…
 
Eating disorders are psychological conditions and affect all kinds of people but are commonly diagnosed in women. Find out how someone may get into this disordered state and its connection to money and mental health as I chat with Rachelle Heinemann. Rachelle is a licensed mental health counselor and trained as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. She…
 
Gambling excessively can lead to financial and mental health problems. In this episode, learn how Ambus Hunter overcame his gambling addiction. Ambus is a Baltimore-area Accredited Financial Counselor and blogger. He talks about his gambling addiction and how it affected his mental health and finances. Find out how he was able to change his money m…
 
There are two certainties in life – death and taxes. Learn more about these sensitive subjects as I talk with my very own accountant Eric Nisall. Eric is a blogger and founder of Accountlancer.com which provides accounting and tax consulting services for all freelancers. Learn how he dealt with financial matters after his brother suddenly passed aw…
 
In this episode, we’ll be diving into all things financial wellness. I chat with my good friend Jason Vitug about what financial wellness actually means. Jason is a wellness expert, bestselling author, speaker, and founder of Phroogal.com. Learn why it’s important to have a holistic approach with your money and health and why you need to chase your…
 
Right now we are in a mental health crisis due to the pandemic. And you or someone you know might be considering therapy for the first time. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of stigma around therapy and many myths that hold people back from getting the help they need. In this episode, learn more about therapy as we talk with Cecille Ahrens, Owner and C…
 
Have you ever wondered why you seem to make the same mistakes again and again in your relationships? Have you ever wondered why you’re scared to get close or maybe on the other end you’re so needy and require constant reassurance? How do you know if you’re in a toxic or financially abusive relationship? One thing that can help is learning your atta…
 
Today’s episode is the first in the ‘resource series’ where I interview people from different financial or mental health products/services that can help us with our mental health and wealth journey. I chat with Laura Boylan, head of underwriting solutions at Haven Life Insurance Agency. We talk about everything term life insurance, including how me…
 
In this special holiday bonus episode, host Melanie Lockert acknowledges how hard the holidays can be and talks about creating a gratitude practice. She used to think gratitude was too new-agey but she shares how it has shifted her thinking and helped her mental health and wealth. Learn how to create a gratitude practice and why cultivating awe can…
 
Karl Shallowhorn, the president and founder of Shallowhorn Consulting, is a New York State Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor. He has worked in the field of addiction and mental health for over 19 years. In this episode, Karl shares how alcohol and drug abuse led to his mental health disorder, his hospitalizations, and long-term …
 
Drug abuse can take over your life. It can change your whole perspective and lead to mental and financial health problems. And even worse, it could lead to imprisonment. That’s what happened to Bill from Wealth Well Done. After serving a decade long prison sentence due to a drug-related charge, he was able to restart his life. Listen as he shares h…
 
Women are taking on so many roles, leading to burnout, mental health issues, as well as financial struggles. And these struggles are even more magnified because of the pandemic. In this episode, Jenny Maenpaa shares her story of how she was able to cope with these challenges. She also founded Forward in HeelsTM, to work with women to live their dre…
 
As part of National Coming Out Week, The Debt Free Guys aka husbands David Auten and John Schneider share their story of coming out and how they got into debt trying to keep up with others and get validation. They discuss shocking statistics around mental health in the LGBTQ community, what contributes to these mental health challenges, and how to …
 
Lawrence Sprung is a Certified Financial Planner and President and Founder of Mitlin Financial Inc. In this episode, Lawrence shares how he turned a loss of a loved one to suicide into a platform to be an advocate on suicide prevention, while also putting up a firm as a financial advisor. He talks about how important it is to prioritize mental heal…
 
Your money mindset is how you think about money and is affected by your family, friends, culture, and more. In this episode, learn how to develop the right money mindset that invites abundance with Derek Hagen. Derek is a financial therapist, writer, speaker, and founder of Money Health Solutions. He discusses how to set boundaries around money whi…
 
In this episode, Jennifer Mah shares her experience of losing a loved one to suicide and how it affected her mental health. Jennifer Mah is a financial coach, ChooseFI Community Manager, consultant, and freelancer. She shares vulnerable moments about dealing with suicide, mental health issues as well as financial struggles. Find out how she dealt w…
 
Being an entrepreneur can take a toll on your mental health. In this episode, Shannon McLay shares how building her company, The Financial Gym, affected her mental health. She talks about the challenges of raising money and what she’s doing to manage her mental wellbeing. She gave advice on how entrepreneurs can protect themselves from financial an…
 
Postpartum depression can take many forms and isn’t always what you think it looks like. Learn more about it, as Mrs. Frugalwoods aka Liz shares her story. Liz is the creator of the award-winning personal finance blog, Frugalwoods.com, and author of the book, Meet The Frugalwoods: Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living. She talks ab…
 
For black women, seeking mental health care can be tough. That is why Kristin Winchester created Her Therapy Space, a counseling service for millennial women of color in Washington D.C. Listen to her story of being diagnosed with major depressive disorder and how she managed to shift things around. She talks about the barriers women of color face w…
 
In this episode, Natalie Torres-Haddad aka Financially Savvy Latina, shares her story on having a mental breakdown and dealing with PTSD. Learn about her breakdown, dealing with the aftermath, how she recovered and what she’s doing today to manage her mental health. Her mental health challenges changed her life and prompted her to become who she is…
 
July is Minority Mental Health Month and in this episode, Melanie talks with financial expert Kassandra Dasent. Kassandra shares her personal story about debt, depression, and a suicide attempt while addressing mental health barriers that people of color experience today as well as the Black Tax. She also shares her experience with COVID-related an…
 
Tawny Lara is the blogger behind SobrieTea Party™ and co-host of Recovery Rocks podcast with Lisa Smith. In this episode, Tawny Lara discusses the gray area to being an alcoholic and how it can help you realize if you have a problem and need help. She shares tips and resources to help you stay sober, resist alcohol cravings/temptation, and recover …
 
In this episode, Melanie discusses parenting during a pandemic with child psychologist Robert Friedberg. He answers parents’ pressing questions about parenting while dealing with anxiety, uncertainty, development and isolation during a pandemic.Melanie Lockert による
 
Dealing with a pandemic, racial injustice and inequity can be depressing. Dr. Nicole Garner Scott discusses how she cultivates joy and how she believes joy is a superpower in these challenging times. She also talks about her project Legacy or Lose, which helps to close the racial wealth gap. Find out how you can keep your peace and cultivate joy an…
 
You might be familiar with physical abuse or emotional abuse, but have you heard of financial abuse? Leslie Tayne, Esq discusses dealing with the perils of financial abuse and how you can recognize the red flags. Hear her story and learn how financial abuse affected her mental health as well as ways you can protect yourself.…
 
In this episode, Melanie interviews financial expert Emily Guy Birken on how grief affects your finances. Emily talks about how losing her dad affected her finances, the unexpected feelings around getting a life insurance payout, and how grief can rewire your brain. Hear Emily's personal story and get tips on how to make your money an ally during t…
 
Minnie Riley is the blogger behind Wealthy CamGirl and has worked online as a camgirl for almost two decades. In this interview, she discusses her job and how it affects her mental health as well as what it's like to battle bipolar and PTSD. Minnie discusses how her mental health affects her spending and shares where she is at financially and what …
 
In this interview, Travis Hornsby of Student Loan Planner and Melanie discuss the mental health survey they did that found that 90 percent of borrowers are anxious about debt and 1 in 15 have considered suicide because of their student loans. The episode offers hope and some solutions for borrowers feeling the weight of debt.…
 
Just eight weeks after the birth of her second child, Keisha Blair's husband suddenly passed away from a rare disease. Not only was she recovering from giving birth, but she now was grieving the loss of her husband while parenting two small children. In the wake of this tragedy, Keisha had to make financial and career decisions to move forward. In …
 
Terrence Li is a Failed Entrepreneur, Suicide Attempt Survivor, Depression, Lifestyle, Finance Blogger, Stock Trader, and Self-Development Coach. His struggles and failures do not define who he is and shares it openly on his blog, Millennials Path (www.millennialspath.com). He overcame depression through excessively journaling daily to heal, grow, …
 
Have you felt anxious about money? Financial anxiety can be so pervasive and have real consequences. In this interview, Melanie talks to financial therapist Lindsay Bryan-Podvin who just released the book "The Financial Anxiety Solution". In this episode, learn how to change your money story, deal with financial anxiety, and hear expert tips about …
 
Alyssa Davies of the blog Mixed Up Money shares how motherhood has affected her mental health and her money. In the interview, Alyssa describes the intense anxiety she had in the first few weeks after giving birth, discusses the life-changing question that brought her to therapy, and how her money habits have provided peace of mind.…
 
Sinclair Ceasar quit his job and left everything behind for a wild adventure. After blowing through savings and racking up debt, he realized his behavior was part of an undiagnosed bipolar disorder. In this episode, Melanie and Sinclair discuss dealing with the stigma of being a black man with bipolar, how it has affected his financial life and wha…
 
Host Melanie Lockert shares why she started the Mental Health and Wealth show and why she is so passionate about this topic. She discusses dealing with debt and depression, suicidal ideation, and how her platform has started the conversation around money and mental health.Melanie Lockert による
 
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