There’s been a drastic uptick in reported stress, anxiety, and depression since the start of the pandemic. Today on the show, we discuss what it means to support our mental health and well-being during this time of upheaval with mental healthcare professionals Lisa Baker and Myra McNair. It’s an hour of “real talk” about the […]
In the noise and confusion of modern life it’s often lost on us that while we can’t necessarily change every situation, we have the freedom to choose how we respond and, in so doing, train ourselves and our children to be the people we aspire to be. Inside all of us is a wide-ranging array […]
The internet has been abuzz about the concept of burnout since the publication of journalist Anne Helen Petersen’s viral article “How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation.” In response, poet Tiana Clark wrote “This is What Black Burnout Feels Like” to highlight the ways in which racism and inherited trauma exacerbate the anxiety of 21st-century life […]
Survivors and Allies events are held to bring Wisconsin survivors and their allies together to learn self-care techniques, network and discuss new developments in the sexual assault movement. Sessions being offered include Enneagrams for healing and relationships; Bystander intervention; Creative art session provided in Spanish; EFT (or tapping) for trauma and self-care; Healing after trauma; […]
Lilada Gee is joined by Alexandra, Cassie, Jill, Shauna as they look into self-care. They are joined by Johanna Heineman-Pieper, a bar manager at Fuego’s, who gives us some tasty cocktail recipes to try out. They are also joined by Zacoia Green, a massage therapist in Madison, and Tanisha Pyon, an actress and spoken word poet.
Tone Madison contributor Chris Lay wrote an essay in May 2016 about his first experience with the growing sensory-deprivation industry right here in Madison. Give it a listen here, read by the author.