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Showing Up Anyway

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Hi friend! As humans, we sure love perfection. I mean, we’re basically experts at smiling when we’re dying inside, right? Bleh. We aren’t perfect. So let’s talk about it. Hosted by human enthusiast Sarah Benesi (that’s me), this is a podcast about the messiness of real life. Every Tuesday, a guest and I chat about mental health, fear, failure, imposter syndrome… and showing up anyway.

Latest Episodes

Learning to Persevere and Pave Your Own Path (Jason's Story)

EJason Wright, a 38-year-old peer specialist, opens up about thriving because of his mental health challenges, striving to beat the stereotypes, and reframing his diagnoses as just "stuff."

41 MINAPR 4
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Learning to Persevere and Pave Your Own Path (Jason's Story)

Learning to Thrive After Trauma (Ahmad's Story)

EAhmad Abojaradeh, the founder of the nonprofit Life in My Days, gets vulnerable about growing up as an international refugee, lacking stability as a child and fearing deportation as an adult, and fighting through body dysmorphic disorder, PTSD, and suicidality to be here today.

55 MINMAR 19
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Learning to Thrive After Trauma (Ahmad's Story)

Learning to Be the Hero of Your Own Fairy Tale (Danielle's Story)

Danielle Helena, a 31-year-old singer-songwriter, opens up about struggling to both tackle her to do list and sleep, channeling her anxiety and fear into purpose, and supporting herself via creative work in New York.

34 MINMAR 12
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Learning to Be the Hero of Your Own Fairy Tale (Danielle's Story)

Learning to Tackle the World as a Trans Woman (Tera's Story)

ETera, a 33-year-old software engineer, opens up about her journey of self-discovery as a trans woman, how her experiences impact her mental health, and how she navigates both acceptance and disapproval from loved ones.

40 MINMAR 4
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Learning to Tackle the World as a Trans Woman (Tera's Story)

Learning to Nurture Your Hurt into Creativity and Love (Joel's Story)

EJoel, a 36-year-old father and storyteller, opens up about struggling as a kid in the Bronx, discerning between an explanation and an excuse, and finding refuge in his imagination.

42 MINFEB 25
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Learning to Nurture Your Hurt into Creativity and Love (Joel's Story)

Learning to March Forward in Spite of Fear (Michelle's Story)

Michelle, a 38-year-old teacher and improviser, opens up about surviving fake friendships, jumping through hoops to bring others joy, and struggling with "simple things" because of depression and ADD.

41 MINFEB 11
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Learning to March Forward in Spite of Fear (Michelle's Story)

Learning to Find Confidence and Joy in Your Choices (Ricky's Story)

Ricky, a 39-year-old public librarian, opens up about struggling to form relationships, wrestling with what could've been, and finding joy in competitive Scrabble.

40 MINFEB 4
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Learning to Find Confidence and Joy in Your Choices (Ricky's Story)

Learning to Write Your Way into Mental Health Clarity (Kelly's Story)

EKelly Jensen, a 34-year-old editor and author, opens up about her grief over lost time, how feminism triggers her imposter syndrome, and the surprising toll of writing and editing a book.

44 MINJAN 29
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Learning to Write Your Way into Mental Health Clarity (Kelly's Story)

Learning to Fail in the Right Direction (Brandon's Story)

EBrandon J. Carr, a 39-year-old creative and government consultant, opens up about how he pivoted after failing out of college, grappling with perfectionism and expectations, and feeling like he wasted years because of his mental health (and why he sees that as a positive).

46 MINJAN 21
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Learning to Fail in the Right Direction (Brandon's Story)

Learning to Pursue Your Goals Through Your Darkest Moments (Alex's Story)

Alex Katz, a 26-year-old American Ninja Warrior coach and director of Neighborhood Ninjas, gets vulnerable about growing up with abusive parents, struggling with hunger and homelessness in college, and finding herself through the American Ninja Warrior community.

46 MINJAN 14
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Learning to Pursue Your Goals Through Your Darkest Moments (Alex's Story)

Latest Episodes

Learning to Persevere and Pave Your Own Path (Jason's Story)

EJason Wright, a 38-year-old peer specialist, opens up about thriving because of his mental health challenges, striving to beat the stereotypes, and reframing his diagnoses as just "stuff."

41 MINAPR 4
Comments
Learning to Persevere and Pave Your Own Path (Jason's Story)

Learning to Thrive After Trauma (Ahmad's Story)

EAhmad Abojaradeh, the founder of the nonprofit Life in My Days, gets vulnerable about growing up as an international refugee, lacking stability as a child and fearing deportation as an adult, and fighting through body dysmorphic disorder, PTSD, and suicidality to be here today.

55 MINMAR 19
Comments
Learning to Thrive After Trauma (Ahmad's Story)

Learning to Be the Hero of Your Own Fairy Tale (Danielle's Story)

Danielle Helena, a 31-year-old singer-songwriter, opens up about struggling to both tackle her to do list and sleep, channeling her anxiety and fear into purpose, and supporting herself via creative work in New York.

34 MINMAR 12
Comments
Learning to Be the Hero of Your Own Fairy Tale (Danielle's Story)

Learning to Tackle the World as a Trans Woman (Tera's Story)

ETera, a 33-year-old software engineer, opens up about her journey of self-discovery as a trans woman, how her experiences impact her mental health, and how she navigates both acceptance and disapproval from loved ones.

40 MINMAR 4
Comments
Learning to Tackle the World as a Trans Woman (Tera's Story)

Learning to Nurture Your Hurt into Creativity and Love (Joel's Story)

EJoel, a 36-year-old father and storyteller, opens up about struggling as a kid in the Bronx, discerning between an explanation and an excuse, and finding refuge in his imagination.

42 MINFEB 25
Comments
Learning to Nurture Your Hurt into Creativity and Love (Joel's Story)

Learning to March Forward in Spite of Fear (Michelle's Story)

Michelle, a 38-year-old teacher and improviser, opens up about surviving fake friendships, jumping through hoops to bring others joy, and struggling with "simple things" because of depression and ADD.

41 MINFEB 11
Comments
Learning to March Forward in Spite of Fear (Michelle's Story)

Learning to Find Confidence and Joy in Your Choices (Ricky's Story)

Ricky, a 39-year-old public librarian, opens up about struggling to form relationships, wrestling with what could've been, and finding joy in competitive Scrabble.

40 MINFEB 4
Comments
Learning to Find Confidence and Joy in Your Choices (Ricky's Story)

Learning to Write Your Way into Mental Health Clarity (Kelly's Story)

EKelly Jensen, a 34-year-old editor and author, opens up about her grief over lost time, how feminism triggers her imposter syndrome, and the surprising toll of writing and editing a book.

44 MINJAN 29
Comments
Learning to Write Your Way into Mental Health Clarity (Kelly's Story)

Learning to Fail in the Right Direction (Brandon's Story)

EBrandon J. Carr, a 39-year-old creative and government consultant, opens up about how he pivoted after failing out of college, grappling with perfectionism and expectations, and feeling like he wasted years because of his mental health (and why he sees that as a positive).

46 MINJAN 21
Comments
Learning to Fail in the Right Direction (Brandon's Story)

Learning to Pursue Your Goals Through Your Darkest Moments (Alex's Story)

Alex Katz, a 26-year-old American Ninja Warrior coach and director of Neighborhood Ninjas, gets vulnerable about growing up with abusive parents, struggling with hunger and homelessness in college, and finding herself through the American Ninja Warrior community.

46 MINJAN 14
Comments
Learning to Pursue Your Goals Through Your Darkest Moments (Alex's Story)
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