• 7. What's My Pelvis Got to Do With It?

    25 MAG 2024 · In this episode, Alex talks with Lesley Jones, a pelvic floor Physical Therapist with Southwest Florida Pelvic Health, and Lauren Samples, a former patient, about everything pelvic floor. From incontienence, to endometriosis, to penial dysfunction. The pelvic floor has everything to do with it! And we dive into what exactly a pelvic floor physical therapist does and how our pelvic floor is so interconnected with everything we do. Pelvic Floor Therapy Resources: https://www.bing.com/ck/a?!&&p=7938a850c4998166JmltdHM9MTcxNjU5NTIwMCZpZ3VpZD0yMmNjZDJkYi0zYThlLTY4ZDAtMmZlZi1jMGIyM2JmMDY5MTYmaW5zaWQ9NTIxMA&ptn=3&ver=2&hsh=3&fclid=22ccd2db-3a8e-68d0-2fef-c0b23bf06916&psq=swfl+pelvic+health&u=a1aHR0cHM6Ly9zd2ZscGVsdmljaGVhbHRoY2xpbmljLmNvbS8&ntb=1 https://www.apta.org/ https://pelvicglobal.com/tag/pelvic/ https://pelvicrehab.com/ Connect with Lesley and Lauren on Instagram: Lesley Jones https://www.instagram.com/belowthebeltphysio/ and https://www.instagram.com/swflpelvichealth/ Lauren Samples https://www.instagram.com/laurensamples_fla/ and https://www.instagram.com/floridathemisproject/ Find It's Sensitive on Social Media: https://linktr.ee/itssensitive https://www.instagram.com/its_sensitive_podcast
    1 h 9 min. 21 sec.
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    6. Small Town Pride

    22 MAG 2024 · June is Pride month which commerates years of struggle for civil rights and ongoing pursuit of equal justice for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) communities.  As one Ashland, KY community member asked, "You guys can get married now and you can have your Pride, so why are you pushing so hard? Why do you have to be so present and visible in our community?" In this episode, Alex answers exactly that. She talks with Holly, Des, and Kasheena with Ashland, KY Pride about issues surrounding LGBTQ+ communities, especially in a small towns, across the United States.  As Holly says, "Just because they have a rainbow sticker on their window, that doesn't mean that we are safe there."  This epsiode is a dynamic and powerful discussion surrounding ongoing injustices and difficulties with communicating differences, not only in LGBTQ+ communities, but also for people of color. We touch on everything from healthcare and political polarization to active acts of violence and hate, and how that compares and contrasts in small towns to more progressive and larger cities.  "People are going to get mad when we release this episode...and that's okay." As Alex tells it! So buckle in, and prepare for an authentic It's Sensitive discussion.
    1 h 17 min. 8 sec.
  • 5. Queer Politics

    11 MAG 2024 · Alex talks with Sean, who is running for Ashland, KY City Commissioner, bringing up a trove of sensitive topics. While also discussing the issues at hand for the City of Ashland and challenges for Appalachia as a whole. Not only do they discuss politics and why it's such a sensitive subject, but also religion and it's role in politics. As well as, several other issues that not only Ashland faces, but many cities across The United States, like; housing and homelessness, addiction, jobs and the economy, industries changing or leaving cities/towns, and how all those things impact our daily lives. Alex and Sean dive into the nitty gritty about the LGBTQ communties role in both politics and religion and how that may be percieved from different point of views. This episode is the epiotme of sensitive topics and you don't want to miss it!
    53 min. 17 sec.
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    4. Neurodiverg...what?

    8 MAG 2024 · Alex & Ellie discuss neurodivergence, what it is, common ways it shows up in everyday life, and the difficulties of adult ADHD. 
    54 min.
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    3. Till Death Do Us Part

    20 MAR 2024 · Alex & Cass discuss the process of greiving, the difficulty with losing both humans and pets in our lives, and how the process of grieving looks different for everyone. Grief never moves in the ways we expect and having discussions about the aging process is so important! This hard conversation talks about normalizing how processing, and decisions about death, is so important for our mental and physical well-being.
    1 h 18 sec.
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    2. The Addicted Mentality

    14 FEB 2024 · Alex and Brian G talk about the struggles of addiction and how mental health directly impacts the various forms addiction can take on. Covering everything from eating, alcohol, and drugs to family trauma, PTSD, and LGBTQ & Racism topics when it comes to embracing the change necessary to face addicition.
    1 h 27 min. 55 sec.
  • 1.5.Feedback and Feedforward

    3 FEB 2024 · In today's mini-episode, Alex covers some feedback we've recieved about the It's Sensitive podcast, ways to reach out to us, and a sneak peak of what's to come! 30-day Mortality after Bariatric Surgery: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3249614/
    6 min. 58 sec.
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    1.The Weight We Carry

    23 GEN 2024 · Let's normalize the discussion concerning body image and weight loss! The Weight We Carry - this episode Alex and Cass, whom have struggled with their weight and body image their entire life, talk about the stigma & difficulties behind common weight loss practices. Everything from the number on the scale, to fitness, weight loss medication, and mental health is touched upon in this episode and how all those things come together.
    1 h 9 min. 58 sec.
A real, authentic, and vulnerable podcast filled with real life perspectives from everyday people. We're here to change the way we talk about sensitive subjects, let's normalize it!

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