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Mentally Ch(ill)

By Kristen Carney and Stevie Ryan, depression gals

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A humorous and often light hearted conversation about depression hosted by comedians Kristen Carney and Stevie Ryan. Tragically, Stevie passed away but Kristen continues to post new episodes weekly.

Customer Reviews

Favorite podcast

As someone who suffers from depression and occasionally suicidal thoughts, this podcast has helped me a lot over the past several months. I feel such a connection to these two that I feel less alone when I listen to them. I cannot thank Kristen & Stevie enough for how awesome and honest they are on this show, as well as hilarious. If there ever was a 'DaBomb' Award, both of these women are the first ones to receive it.

And although Stevie may be gone physically, she is & will always apart of the show. & Kristen 'the K-Dawg' Carney, deserves so much credit for everything she's done and continues to do for the show. You're a warrior in so many ways. We love ya, mom! 💙

Love, your favorite ch(ill)d, Eulonzo.

Podcast applicable to all

I don't suffer from any sort of mental illness (that I know of), but I find the subject matter to still be extremely relevant to my own life. I started listening after hearing about the passing of Stevie because I just had such a hard time believing someone I've been following online for so long ended up taking her life- despite her openness with her struggles. You think you know people, even though you don't know them, and I wanted to listen to still feel that virtual connection and get clued in to the signs, if there were any. I feel broken up about her death and never met her. If the topics in this podcast can help me to recognize if anyone in my real life is struggling and needs help then it's a major success. And if not, at least it will help me to be more sympathetic to those that do struggle with demons that I'm blessed not to have to deal with. I hope Kristen continues the podcast, and I wish her all the best during a difficult time.

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This is my new binge. It's very relatable.
I remember being 10 and watching Stevie Ryan be Lil Loca, and on VH1.

Mentally Ch(ill)
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  • Free
  • Category: Health
  • Language: English

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