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Here at the Oxygen Podcast, we talk to brilliant minds and wheedle out their personal narratives. “Stories that breathe life” is the ethos of our show and we believe that just as you need oxygen to breathe, you need real, raw and authentic human narratives to make life on earth a beautiful place worth inhabiting. We believe in honest storytelling and it’s power in enriching the human experience. If this rings true, this show is for YOU!

Latest Episodes

007 Writer & Public Speaker Aisha-Asher Morgan aka Dotty Daughter - Diaspora narratives: “London always felt like being on the periphery of something incomplete”

Aisha-Asher Morgan is a writer, public speaker and student of English Literature at Queen Mary University of London. Though born and bred in the United Kingdom, it is the Caribbean (or, rather, more specifically, the Jamaican countryside) which forms the thematic backbone of much of Aisha's writing, as she explores her delicate relationship with her Jamaican grandparents, their many migrations, and, eventually, their deaths which set in motion ancatastrophicdecline intodisconnection, depression, and familial conflict. Aisha talks about: The story behind her pen name, “dotty daughter” How she conceptualized the complexity of her racial identity growing up and the process of seamlessly negotiating contrasting cultural contexts such as being half Jamaican, half English, Muslim and born & bred in London How she coped with feeling frustrated over being misunderstood What makes her feel most c

102 MIN2017 AUG 19
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007 Writer & Public Speaker Aisha-Asher Morgan aka Dotty Daughter - Diaspora narratives: “London always felt like being on the periphery of something incomplete”

006 - Youtuber Angie OS: “My identity is a piece of every single thing I have learnt, everywhere I have been to.”

Have you ever struggled to find your own voice, actualise your dreams and live your life in alignment with what you want but have been bogged down by insecurities, past demons and health problems? Do you, too, sometimes feel that your voice is drowned by the clamor around you, your family/friends incessantly telling you what to do & what not to? Have you felt pressured to the point where you feel you will break down & succumb to it? Have you struggled to find your way to God, ever teetered on the edges and became an atheist, only to find your way back? Have you challenged the norms of society or what people tell you is “right” and instead followed your rationale and intuition? Have you disregarded racism, cultural interpretations on what you should do and instead opened your heart to people, customs and ways of life of other people? If that is so, this episode is for YOU! In this episode

65 MIN2017 AUG 7
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006 - Youtuber Angie OS: “My identity is a piece of every single thing I have learnt, everywhere I have been to.”

005 - Finding clarity amidst dark times: poet & social worker Sara Bawany shares the story of how she dealt with an abusive parent, along with her greatest lessons learnt

In this episode, I am joined by poet & social worker Sara Bawany who hails from the glorious city I have called home, Dallas TX. Sara talks about, - the challenges she went through and how she dealt with them -processing the difficulties one goes through in order to come out stronger on the other side - how her parent's divorce impacted her confidence & self-esteem - finding clarity in the midst of dark times - the greatest lessons she has learnt thus far Enjoy ya'll & don't be stingy sharing this with your loved ones!

47 MIN2017 JUL 29
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005 - Finding clarity amidst dark times: poet & social worker Sara Bawany shares the story of how she dealt with an abusive parent, along with her greatest lessons learnt

004 - Overcoming default friendships & cultivating purposeful ones

14 MIN2017 JUL 7
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004 - Overcoming default friendships & cultivating purposeful ones

003 - On finding yourself & carving out an identity

10 MIN2017 JUN 26
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003 - On finding yourself & carving out an identity

002- On the plight of insecurity and building self-validation

In this episode, I go solo and talk about a subject matter that we scarcely discuss 1. Do we only require self-validation if we are insecure? 2. Is it true that people who do not harbour physical insecurities have no other kinds of insecurities that they grapple with? 3. Is complete self-suficiency achieveable, rather, desirable? 4. What are some practical ways whereby we can validate ourselves?

16 MIN2017 JUN 5
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002- On the plight of insecurity and building self-validation

001 - Intro to the Oxygen podcast

6 MIN2017 MAY 21
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001 - Intro to the Oxygen podcast
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Latest Episodes

007 Writer & Public Speaker Aisha-Asher Morgan aka Dotty Daughter - Diaspora narratives: “London always felt like being on the periphery of something incomplete”

Aisha-Asher Morgan is a writer, public speaker and student of English Literature at Queen Mary University of London. Though born and bred in the United Kingdom, it is the Caribbean (or, rather, more specifically, the Jamaican countryside) which forms the thematic backbone of much of Aisha's writing, as she explores her delicate relationship with her Jamaican grandparents, their many migrations, and, eventually, their deaths which set in motion ancatastrophicdecline intodisconnection, depression, and familial conflict. Aisha talks about: The story behind her pen name, “dotty daughter” How she conceptualized the complexity of her racial identity growing up and the process of seamlessly negotiating contrasting cultural contexts such as being half Jamaican, half English, Muslim and born & bred in London How she coped with feeling frustrated over being misunderstood What makes her feel most c

102 MIN2017 AUG 19
Comments
007 Writer & Public Speaker Aisha-Asher Morgan aka Dotty Daughter - Diaspora narratives: “London always felt like being on the periphery of something incomplete”

006 - Youtuber Angie OS: “My identity is a piece of every single thing I have learnt, everywhere I have been to.”

Have you ever struggled to find your own voice, actualise your dreams and live your life in alignment with what you want but have been bogged down by insecurities, past demons and health problems? Do you, too, sometimes feel that your voice is drowned by the clamor around you, your family/friends incessantly telling you what to do & what not to? Have you felt pressured to the point where you feel you will break down & succumb to it? Have you struggled to find your way to God, ever teetered on the edges and became an atheist, only to find your way back? Have you challenged the norms of society or what people tell you is “right” and instead followed your rationale and intuition? Have you disregarded racism, cultural interpretations on what you should do and instead opened your heart to people, customs and ways of life of other people? If that is so, this episode is for YOU! In this episode

65 MIN2017 AUG 7
Comments
006 - Youtuber Angie OS: “My identity is a piece of every single thing I have learnt, everywhere I have been to.”

005 - Finding clarity amidst dark times: poet & social worker Sara Bawany shares the story of how she dealt with an abusive parent, along with her greatest lessons learnt

In this episode, I am joined by poet & social worker Sara Bawany who hails from the glorious city I have called home, Dallas TX. Sara talks about, - the challenges she went through and how she dealt with them -processing the difficulties one goes through in order to come out stronger on the other side - how her parent's divorce impacted her confidence & self-esteem - finding clarity in the midst of dark times - the greatest lessons she has learnt thus far Enjoy ya'll & don't be stingy sharing this with your loved ones!

47 MIN2017 JUL 29
Comments
005 - Finding clarity amidst dark times: poet & social worker Sara Bawany shares the story of how she dealt with an abusive parent, along with her greatest lessons learnt

004 - Overcoming default friendships & cultivating purposeful ones

14 MIN2017 JUL 7
Comments
004 - Overcoming default friendships & cultivating purposeful ones

003 - On finding yourself & carving out an identity

10 MIN2017 JUN 26
Comments
003 - On finding yourself & carving out an identity

002- On the plight of insecurity and building self-validation

In this episode, I go solo and talk about a subject matter that we scarcely discuss 1. Do we only require self-validation if we are insecure? 2. Is it true that people who do not harbour physical insecurities have no other kinds of insecurities that they grapple with? 3. Is complete self-suficiency achieveable, rather, desirable? 4. What are some practical ways whereby we can validate ourselves?

16 MIN2017 JUN 5
Comments
002- On the plight of insecurity and building self-validation

001 - Intro to the Oxygen podcast

6 MIN2017 MAY 21
Comments
001 - Intro to the Oxygen podcast
the END
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