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Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

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Description

Hi. I’m Jen Gotch and this is my podcast. It’s kinda weird, and original, and funny and honest just like me. Each week I’m gonna get in your ear, tell you about my fears, my pain, my triumphs and hopefully in the process help you become more self aware, build your own emotional intelligence and more than anything else FEEL LESS ALONE. Please subscribe and leave a nice review with all the stars; my parents are checking them every day and I really don’t want to let them down.

Customer Reviews

Needs editing and polish

I LOVE Jen and the subject matter this podcast covers. When depression and anxiety became a part of my life years ago, I couldn’t find “cool” people talking about it. I really wanted to know what others’ experience was, but there just weren’t people tackling these topics openly yet. JG was one of the first social media folks I eventually discovered who have helped me feel less alone with these struggles.

All that is to say I respect Jen a ton.

However, this podcast is just....all over the place. The jumping around (“Past Jen”, “Future Jen”, “the aftershow”) make the listener feel very lost. There’s a lot of explaining and re-explaining when and why something was recorded with new recorded segments jammed in between. It’s disorienting and not necessary for the host to constantly interrupt themselves.

This feels like an unfinished product without an editor or producer. This podcast could benefit from a bit of polishing and organization. A lot of it is growing pains for a new podcast, I’m sure! Hope to see more of a finished product in the future...

Real and honest

Contrary to some other reviews which think the podcast is all over the place, I think it’s a real and honest portrayal of Jen’s experiences. She has only the best intentions of passing along the learnings she’s made over the years. I truly think it’s a great podcast and am thankful it exists!!

Dont care for Jen’s food & weight relationship

I like Jen and follow her on social media too. I was into this podcast, but had to unsubscribe when she posted and talked about her weight loss being related to her “getting better.” I know she tried to explain that it was more of a symptom of what else was going on but I just can’t get behind believing in “bad” foods, or using visual representations of weight loss to equate to getting well. Jen has a huge platform and the women who struggle with not feeling good enough when looking different than what’s popular on Instagram deserve more than that kind of reductive discussion. For some women, weight can equal wellness. But for MANY MANY MORE, the toxic conversation and concern about weight would do well to take a backseat. It has been proven to cause weight gain, in fact. I was disappointed when some people reacted with a sentiment similar to mine and jen pushed back, justifying her point of view instead of hearing these women. Anti-fat points of view are some of the last acceptable prejudices in our culture and it was a bummer to see Jen avoid the hard conversation. Instead, many of her fans were inspired and excited to forego their next temptation and refocus on losing those last 10 pounds. Not cool. I’ve lost some trust and now I have a different experience of Jens perspective.

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