[Marbles Lost and Found] Bonus Episode: Chatting With Nischay Parekh (Parekh & Singh)

Bonus Episode: Chatting With Nischay Parekh (Parekh & Singh)

30/07/2019 by IVM Podcasts

Web player: http://podplayer.net/?id=77270881
Episode: http://traffic.libsyn.com/marbleslostandfound/BonusEpisode-MarblesLostAndFound.mp3?dest-id=735282

‘A big part of mental health is acceptance.’ If you want to go run for a marathon, do you start working towards it a day before or a year before? Can self-healing be done within a couple of days? Is it necessary to treat the mind like any other muscle in the body? This week, we have a bonus episode in which host Zain Calcuttawala talks to indie musician Nischay Parekh from the pop duo Parekh & Singh. Nischay opens up about taking some time off from touring and making music to focus on his mental health. You can follow the Marbles Lost & Found Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/marbleslostandfound/ Note: The Marbles Lost & Found team strongly recommends seeking professional mental health treatment to anyone who feels they might need it. You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. Check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

Listen Date: 2019-10-10

Notes:

  • No special notes. This covered well known ground of anxiety, pacing yourself in therapy, and how therapy isn’t a magic bullet.
  • I liked the analogy of training for a marathon for what you should expect from a mental health therapy process, though. I was lucky enough to have SSRIs start working almost immediately, but the marathon training is still important.

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