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Emancipate Your Mind: 057: High Demand Religion and Mental Health with Charisse from The Existential Ginger

In this episode, Charisse from The Existential Ginger podcast explores high demand religion, mental health, and suicidal ideation.

We talk about how to recognize some of the signs and symptoms, what to do if you’re experiencing suicidal ideation, and how to help if you know someone who is.


Listen to her podcast “The Existential Ginger” everywhere you love to listen to podcasts. She’s on all of the directories and this year she’s getting more philosophical, which is going to be an exciting adventure!

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On Twitter @theexistentialging
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If you’d like to be part of an online community where we take the podcast topics and pull them apart for discussion and further learning, talk about all the religious transition things, and just enjoy each other’s company, join my free “Emancipate Yourself” Facebook group at this link:

If you’d like more step-by-step assistance learning to feel safe in your body, reconnect with your emotions, and use that emotional connection to begin to reestablish a healthy sense of self,  check out the Emancipate Yourself App on Google Play in the Apple App Store.

Or if you want to follow me for religious and psychological insights, commentary on events in the world, links to other people doing great work related to religion, and little windows into my real life, follow me on Instagram or Reddit @EmancipatedMolly , TikTok @EmancipatedTeri , or Twitter @EmancipatedTeri.

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1 thought on “Emancipate Your Mind: 057: High Demand Religion and Mental Health with Charisse from The Existential Ginger”

  1. Very interesting and relevant episode, hope a lot of people tune into it. From the way you guys sound today one would think you’ve never had a hard time in your life… which isn’t true for anybody.

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