Today’s Now With Nicole Show is being done in honor of Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month. In this episode, I am joined by Jane Honikman to discuss how post-partum depression can be experienced by all members of a family. It is not limited to post-birth mothers.
This podcast is being done in honor of Stress Awareness Month, and it is part of a series of presentations that are being done to use stories as a way of empowering women in their relationships.
In today’s episode of the Now With Nicole Show, I share my personal testimony on how choosing to love myself saved my life.
On latest episode of The Now With Nicole Show, I sit down with J.D. Herron and talk about the Christian church’s response to unhealthy relationships. If you would like to connect with me further, you may find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
On today’s episode of the Now With Nicole Show, in honor of International Women’s Day, I discuss women letting themselves off the hook from being their significant others’ Superwoman. To connect with me further, you may find me at NowWithNicole.com and on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
On today’s episode of the Now With Nicole Show, I am joined by special guest, Janai Smith, for a discussion on the importance of self-love.
In this episode, I discuss the link between the “strong woman” mantra, high functioning depression, and death.
In this episode, I am again joined with Ms. Dryia Houston, LMSW, as we continuing our Month of Love discussion how mental health effects relationships. On today’s show, Dryia explains why mental health is everyone’s business and why telling “family secrets’ may be necessary to get much needed help. You may also connect with me on…
In honor of the Month of Love, in this episode, I am joined by Ms. Dryia Houston, LMSW for a discussion on the impact mental health has on some of our familial and church relationships.
This episode is the official introduction- reintroduction for some- for the Now With Nicole Show. In 7.77 minutes or less, our podcast aims to elevate, educate, and entertain. We focus on topics pertaining to faith, family, education, and mental health, with a special emphasis on how they impact mamas, marriage, mental health, and money.