This week on the show, Shane shares his thoughts on the Netflix documentary, Taylor Swift: Miss Americana. Shane explains why it’s important to understand the female brain in order for all of us to take care of our mental health. We also cover why it’s imperative for guys to talk to each other about their feelings. And another tale about Liberty and Shane in Shane’s Journal.
On the season premier episode of Shower for the Soul, Shane catches us up on what exactly happened that night in December when a walk-in doctor directed him to the ER. We take an honest approach to the stigma of getting therapy. Shane shares his experiences and where he’s currently going to. Also, a brand new feature debuts where Shane reads his old journal entries that he penned on his mysteriously hidden old Tumblr page.
You’ll need to know your topic and how you will be able to expand that topic into something more than just a podcast. Podcasts are great, but they will need to be marketable. That’s just the hard truth.
On this episode of Shower of the Soul, Shane revisits the topics we tackled this season but this time – Shane’s talking about the healing aspect. Shane talks about if getting his two tattoos helped in the healing process, if he has recovered from anxiety and if he still has body image problems. Episode length…
First rule in the creative process is to talk about what you know. Your joy will be felt through the microphone.
Cory Chadwick of the Personal Greatness Project joins us. We talk about mental health in today’s society and in sports. It’s a hard hitting, action packed, body checking type of episode.
On this weeks show, Shane delves right in and talks about the good and bad parts of social media. Shane shares his experience with it and reveals disturbing numbers in terms of which social platforms cause the most anxiety. Show length: 12.22
This week Shane tackles body confidence. Shane shares what he has been battling since birth and his views on being short. To kick off the show, Shane lets us know his thoughts on the Don Cherry debacle.
Tattoos and Mental health – do tattoos play a part in your recovery?
This week Shane covers the long road he took to finally find his self-worth. It’s a bumpy ride for most people as we all have this preset in our mind that we’re not as good as we should be. This bouncy train of thought causes accidents. Shane shares how he was able to find the safe road, which ultimately got him to his destination of making this very podcast.