(31) Imposter Syndrome and Jealousy

Today we explore the intersection of jealousy and the psychological pattern of doubting oneself’s accomplishments or talent in comparison to others, what we call the impostor syndrome. There are many environmental factors that fuel lack of self-confidence and fear of being overshadowed by others, but very few of us are willing to discuss how jealousy and anger at other people success can stunt personal growth and destroy mental stability. This episode aims to address both the toxicity of jealousy and the belief that anyone’s talent and achievements can belittle what you have to offer to society.

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#31 Imposter Syndrome and Jealousy

I was essentially scared of being happy of my achievements and I just had this feeling that I can’t win anything. I could get close to winning something but I can’t win it because I don’t deserve it. Many think that imposter syndrome is something that those with low self-esteem and lack of self-confidence experience.…

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(30) Veganism Should Be Intersectional

INTRO: Hello deep thinkers, this is your host Agrita and welcome to Mind Full of Everything, the podcast that questions the deeper and bigger things in life, from intersectional environmentalism to self- development and everything else in between. Today’s episode talks about the importance of redefining veganism and connecting it back to its historical, non-white roots of intersectionality and equality…

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#30 Veganism Needs To Be Intersectional

Veganism is not here to change the world. It has always been here, perhaps as long as humans have existed. It is always been here as just one lens to equality, it’s not the only lens. – ep. 30 Veganism has sky-rocketed globally in the past few years, as a result of our collective evolution into more eco-conscious…

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(29) Systemic Sexism and Gaslighting Domestic Abuse Survivors with Teri Yuan

INTRO: In this ep, I talked to Teri Yuan, an active advocate for ending gender and sex-based violence, specifically criminalising coercive control. She also is the host of the engendered podcast that acts as a platform for survivors of domestic abuse and allies, like myself, wishing to gain more information on ways to actively support victims.…

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#29 Systemic Sexism and Gaslighting Domestic Abuse Survivors with Teri Yuan

WARNING: Sensitive topics discussed in this episode (but no graphic details have been given). Agencies that work with survivors, these people come to the table with deaf ears. Even those people, who are the closest to the survivors and the people who are being victimised, if they don’t see the need, we definitely need a…

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(28) Altruism Gone Wrong

INTRO: Hello deep thinkers, this is your host Agrita and welcome to Mind Full of Everything, the podcast, that questions the deeper and bigger things in life, from intersectional environmentalism to self-development and everything else in between.  Today I discuss the issues with modern-day altruism, and the emphasis on enacting kindness without much thought into…

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#28 Altruism Gone Wrong

We need to reconnect to the altruists in us, the selfless, genuinely supportive and compassionate human beings that we are so capable of being, the stewards that can protect the planet and life forms on Earth through supporting causes when needed and in moderation. We have all entered an “altruistic generation”, one that enforces the…

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(27) Fighting Period Poverty One Conversation At A Time

Listen to the episode HERE. INTRO: Hello, deep thinkers, this is your host Agrita, and welcome to Mind Full of Everything, the podcast that questions the deeper and bigger things in life, from intersectional, environmentalism to self-development and everything else in between. Today I got to talk to the amazing Victoria Abrahams, the operations manager…

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#27 Fighting Period Poverty One Conversation At A Time with Victoria Abrahams

The more we make periods the norm, the less will be the circumstances where people punish themselves for it. – Victoria Abrahams When talking about social stigmas associated with female bodies, many exclude western countries from being affected by discomfort in discussing bodily processes of women. However, this only dilutes the issue of female inequality…

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