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GOING MENTAL was born out of host Eileen Kelly’s desire to reckon with the shame she felt around her mental health journey. Despite early career success, internal struggles and a crippling personality disorder drove Eileen to leave her exciting New York City life behind and seek treatment at McLean — one of the oldest mental hospitals in the country. After five months and some serious self-discovery, she returned to the outside world looking for a way to disseminate what she'd learned in tre ...
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On today's solo episode, Eileen shares her journey of rekindling a relationship with her ex-boyfriend while navigating the challenges of a personality disorder. She offers insights into reconciliation with an ex and how they've successfully made it work. Additionally, she discusses her upcoming business launch and relocation to LA, reflecting on th…
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Dr. Francis Lee, M.D., PhD. is an accomplished neuroscientist and the Psychiatrist-in-Chief at New York Presbyterian Hospital, overseeing one of the largest academic psychiatric programs in the US. In addition to his academic responsibilities, he maintains an active faculty practice treating a range of conditions. He discusses the current mental he…
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Emmeline Clein is the author of the debut book - Dead Weight: Essays on Hunger and Harm. She received her MFA from Columbia and her writing has been published in The Paris Review, The Yale Review, and The New York Times Magazine. She discusses her own eating disorder, why one of the most common mental illnesses is also the most treatment resistant,…
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In this solo episode, Eileen gives an update on her mental health and discusses how she incorporated DBT skills in practical applications during some recent professional milestones and personal challenges. She also shares some exciting life updates, including her LA house and upcoming projects. We round out the episode with a listener Q&A on relati…
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This week, we're sharing a classic episode with Dr. Igor Galynker. Whether this is your first listen or you're revisiting the episode, this conversation was so important to destigmatizing many assumptions around suicidal ideation and feels more topical than ever. Dr. Igor Galynker, MD, PhD, is the Director of the Suicide Research and Prevention Lab…
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Holly Madison is an American television personality and a former girlfriend of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. She starred on the hit E! reality show The Girls Next Door for five seasons, which showcased life at the Playboy mansion as one of Hef’s three girlfriends. She is also a New York Times Best-Selling author and hosts the podcast Girls Next Leve…
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Annie Hamilton is a former aspiring actress, writer, performer, and niche internet celebrity in New York City. She discusses her online persona, the real life effects of being the “crazy girl” online, and how she differentiates between what’s real and fake, her recent breakup, multiple diagnoses, writing a TV show and movie, and why she'll never do…
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This week, we're sharing a classic episode with Dr. Brandon Unruh. Whether this is your first listen or you're revisiting the episode, this conversation was so important to destigmatizing many assumptions around personality disorders and feels more topical than ever. Brandon Unruh, MD, is the medical director of the Gunderson Residence, an intensiv…
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Melissa Broder is an American author, essayist and poet. Her work includes the novels The Pisces, Milk Fed, and Death Valley, the poetry collection Last Sext, and the essay collection So Sad Today, which was based on her anonymous Twitter account of the same name. She discusses her career trajectory, rescheduling this podcast due to her mental heal…
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Sabrina Fuentes is the leader singer and bassist of the American indie rock band Pretty Sick. With over 300k monthly listeners, the band has been compared to a modern day Hole and the Pixies. Pretty Sick was created in 2014 in New York City when Sabrina was only 13 years old. They are signed to the record label Dirty Hit and are currently based out…
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Julie Schott is a former beauty editor turned entrepreneur, and the co-founder of Starface, FutureWise, Julie, and Blip. In 2019, she launched Starface, redefining pimple patches as a fashion statement. Her new ventures, Julie and Blip, address taboo markets, focusing on emergency contraceptives and smoking cessation. All her brands share a fun, yo…
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In her first episode back, Eileen reveals her current relationship status, how she navigates on and off relationships, and manages her mental health when her exes move on. She discusses Instagram stalking, getting back with exes, the reason for her podcast break, and the real motive behind her move to LA. This episode is a sneak peek of what's to c…
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Eileen discusses her recent podcast hiatus, updates on her love life, a project in LA that is overwhelming her, summer plans, and how she maintains her mental health when stressed out. Episode ends with a guided meditation. She is also bringing her Patreon back for exclusive content: patreon.com/goingmental Show links: Follow @eileen on Instagram F…
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Trigger warning: Severe physical and emotional trauma. Shamsa Araweelo grew up in Somalia, where when she was only 6 years old, she was taken by family to be cut. Today, she opens up to Eileen about her experience suffering from female genital mutilation (FGM). FGM refers to all procedures involving partial or total removal of the female external g…
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Mallory Page is a registered dietitian in Austin, Texas. She has worked in the athletic departments at the University of Arizona and University of Oklahoma — currently, she runs a private practice and hosts her own podcast, Seems Like Diet Culture. She and Eileen discuss the ins and outs of disordered eating as a mental illness, how it can be easil…
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Dr. Angelish Kumar is a board-certified urologist in New York City specializing in surgical and nonsurgical treatments for recurrent urinary tract infections, bladder leakage, vaginal laxity, and bladder pain. She is the founder of private medical practice Women’s Urology New York and is a Clinical Instructor of Urology at Mount Sinai Hospital. Eil…
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This is the second episode in a two-part series. Jeffree Star is a YouTuber, makeup artist, and the founder of Jeffree Star Cosmetics. He first gained notoriety on MySpace as the most-followed person on the platform. He is one of YouTube's most famous beauty influencers with over 15 million subscribers and over 2 billion views. Since then, he’s bee…
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