This week on the show: KalaLea experiences painful periods that keep her in bed for days at a time. But her condition goes undiagnosed for many, many years. This is the story of how KalaLea learns to listen closely to her own body and makes her doctors listen, too. It's also a story about a condition that disproportionately affects Black women. After listening, make sure to check out @bodiespodcast, the show that originally produced this week's story. It's a podcast about exploring the mysteries of our bodies, produced and hosted by @albtweetin. And the show's producers have a ton more resources and info to share on their website. Art by @kgfarth.
There’s a lot going on in the world, and sometimes we all just need to BREATHE. This week on the show, we invited @maryamajayi, a Black woman who specializes in breath work, to join us for another edition of “Get Your Life.” For more on this, head to the link in bio!
SOME GREAT NEWS: WE TURNED 1 TODAY! 🎉 To kick off our celebration, we’re introducing part one of our “Best of The Nod” collection. You guys voted and here they are! We appreciate all of the love, support and feedback we’ve received over this past year, and look forward to another with YOU. We have a special surprise if you signup for our newsletter before 8PM. Link to listen and sign up in our bio!
Anybody remember a song called “Knuck If You Buck”? Of course you do! Because it’s a club anthem that STILL slaps. So we traced down the members of Crime Mob to get the story behind the song. Have you heard this week’s episode yet? If not, grab your headphones and head to the link in our bio!
FAM! Brittany and Eric have a special message for you, so turn up the volume and hear them out. And then, leave us a voicemail with your reply on our new Nodline: 347-991-9520 and be sure to leave your name and where you’re from. There’s a chance your voicemail will make it on the show! 👀☎️