This week on It’s OK that You’re Not OK:
It’s Ok that You’re Not OK: the podcast
What would be different if we could all just tell the truth about our lives?
Welcome to SEASON THREE of It’s OK that You’re Not OK: the podcast (formerly known as Here After with Megan Devine).
I started this show to talk about grief, and it’s grown to be so much more than that – it’s become a place for real conversations about life, and love, and loss, and even… hope.
In season three, episode zero, we cover the name change (FKA: Here After with Megan Devine), explore the worlds we create when we decide to talk about difficult things, and get a little preview of this season’s guests.
This season is FULL of deeply fascinating conversations with wonderful people.
- Baratunde Thurston on the twin arcs of grief and celebration that weave through his work as an author, speaker, and TV host.
- Musician Sarah Ramey shares the joy of having her song featured in an episode of the hit series Wednesday, and the grief of being a person with a chronic illness in an industry that doesn’t care if you’re too sick to create more music.
- Creative Live founder Chase Jarvis talks about whether a financially successful, able bodied white male is really allowed to feel grief or exhaustion.
- Trauma expert Dr. Gabor Maté describes how disallowing grief creates a disconnected, often violent world – and of course, what we can do about it.
- And so many more conversations with kind, thoughtful people, like Rachel Cargle, Maggie Smith, Valarie Kaur, Pooja Lakshmin, Bill McKibben… the list is long, and I can’t wait for you to meet them all.
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