1. Sarah Butt

    Sarah Butt18 days ago

    Thank you for sharing this. If you don’t mind me asking, where did you do your inpatient treatment for panic disorder? I have been looking for a good program

  2. Jenny Park

    Jenny Park22 days ago

    you guys are soooo funny!!! i usually listen to podcasts while i work out but i can't listen to you guys in private because i start laughing out loud like a crazy person! 😂 I LOVE YOU GUYS

  3. Wonderland Adventures

    Wonderland Adventures27 days ago

    In South Africa where I live people aren't very aware of mental illness and they feel really uncomfortable when I tell them I suffer from anxiety. There is also an attitude that "I am strong enough to not be on medication and only crazy people are on medication". Even though I am in the health sciences I still feel that people judge me a lot when I tell them about my anxiety. Just in the last week two responses I got were "Oh wow." That's it. So I'm too scared to tell my supervisors about it... I think if I need a mental health day I might just tell them I have flu...

  4. Ilana Feldman

    Ilana Feldman28 days ago

    Kate is so hard on Kelsey. Like get over yourself.

  5. Just Because24

    Just Because24Month ago

    Kelsey looks amazing

  6. Nicole Chacon

    Nicole ChaconMonth ago

    kate looks so pretty here :) i love you guys both

  7. Sydney Fishman

    Sydney FishmanMonth ago

    You should look up what DeMar DeRozen (another basketball player) said about his struggle with depression. It's great to see famous men with lots of influence be open about mental illness, and thank you for being open too!

  8. Cassandra G

    Cassandra GMonth ago

    For a perfect explanation of being a bold, loud extrovert with anxiety:

  9. TheGuyOfGaming

    TheGuyOfGamingMonth ago

    I hope As\is gets shut down

  10. erin armstrong

    erin armstrongMonth ago

    shaving => usually 'more coarse' hair thats harder waxing => usually 'softer' hair that isn't nearly as pokey at least in my experience!

  11. ibro khan

    ibro khanMonth ago

    Panic attacks are awful 😣😣 Gets me to ER!!

  12. Ana Diaz

    Ana DiazMonth ago

    What book is Kelsey talking about??

  13. Mihaela Jermilova

    Mihaela JermilovaMonth ago

    Aaaa compote the most slavic of foods, pronunced kom-pot

  14. DragonDancer

    DragonDancerMonth ago

    Years ago, how I told my now-fiance about my depression was super casual cause I was scared to have a serious conversation: Fiance: do you have any food with you? Me: um... Lemme look in my purse... No, just chapstick and antidepressants.

  15. Tigress_Free2BeMe

    Tigress_Free2BeMeMonth ago

    Kelsey, Wow it sounds like you had anaphylaxis of your gut. I have a Mast Cell disease and reactions of the stomach are common. Ana of the gut can come on fairly quick. You could confuse that with food poisoning. Next time this happens take benedryl or an antihistamine. But honestly any type of anaphylaxis should be a trip to the ER. One of the signs of anaphylaxis is also anxiety with the sense of impending doom. It seriously sounds like you might be allergic or reactive to something. I know you are still trying to figure out your immune issues and health issues. I think you should ask your Doctor about being checked for a Mast Cell Disease or something that could cause anaphylaxis of the gut. Sounds like your body is having some histamine issues possibly? I have been listening to your videos for a few days now and everything you talk about is symptoms and signs of the same stuff I deal with.

  16. Rachel A Madej

    Rachel A MadejMonth ago

    Seriously love this podcast. As a peiveledged white pansexual female it of course speaks to me on a very personal level. I also enjoy hearing Kate's side of things being of lower middle class (that's not meant to be offensive or assuming I just hear you, Kate, remark about how you're poor) I would love to hear more about that side of things because it's a weird place to be in. I know I feel so grateful I have a decent job and money enough to get by. But I still don't get paid enough to live on my own, without my family I'd be living with 3 roommates somewhere having to forfeit my car to make rent. And it's hard when my upper middle class friends tell me "anyone can travel, it's not about money" eh. It is. So I love you gals and hearing life from women who are trying their best and I would love to hear more about that in general.

  17. PrisonerOfReidsMind

    PrisonerOfReidsMindMonth ago

    90% of my friends all have mental illness too.... Works great, because we ALL understand if someone has to bail, and there's just about zero hard feelings/disappointment, we just get it.

  18. Lonneke  van Galen

    Lonneke van GalenMonth ago

    how do you deal with someone how doesn't understands it?

  19. ec0608

    ec0608Month ago

    The “German guy” is born in Austria 😉

  20. Sarah McCartney

    Sarah McCartneyMonth ago

    Come to Gainesville, Tampa, or Orlando FL!!!

  21. Marie Bunkay

    Marie BunkayMonth ago

    We don't call it swag darling xx

  22. Tyler-Marie Morancey

    Tyler-Marie MoranceyMonth ago

    For years I have struggled with Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Depression, Panic Disorder and now more recently Agoraphobia. I have struggled everyday since my first panic attack when I was 3 years old. I have learned to be very open about my mental illness. With my current employer I told them about my anxiety in my very first interview. I told myself before I walked through the doors that I am done hiding it, that I was going to be open and honest about it and if they don’t like it then they won’t hire me and I will move on. They have been wonderful, also I have noticed that I have less generalized anxiety while at work. Sometimes when you keep your mental illness from an employer I think it makes it worse because you are always worried about having an episode at work. Which has happened to me and I ended up with a very large medical bill because my manager at a previous job thought I was in cardiac arrest when I was having a panic attack. Thank you for being open an honest about your mental health!

  23. cathryn973

    cathryn973Month ago

    where are your animals coming from, check out last chance ranch!

  24. Kolina F

    Kolina FMonth ago

    If you don't want to remember to take the Pill look into Nexaplon

  25. Zairanang

    ZairanangMonth ago

    The audio sounds the same to me.

  26. nessamouseify

    nessamouseifyMonth ago

    What is the name of the book that Kelsey was talking about??

  27. Ari Markham

    Ari MarkhamMonth ago

    the hair... from what I know do not get softer with age the hair just grows less. CAUSE IT'S OLD lol ok back to the professional seriousness

  28. Ari Markham

    Ari MarkhamMonth ago

    sweet sweet leather puss 😂

  29. Mary Rios

    Mary RiosMonth ago

    One day I had a panic attack right before class started and my professor made me stay even after I said I couldn't.

  30. Bronte Alyce

    Bronte AlyceMonth ago

    You guys NEED to come to Minneapolis MN!!!!! OMG Please please please PLEEEAAAAASSSEEEE!!!!???

  31. Chloe Devlin

    Chloe DevlinMonth ago

    Doctors or vaginal hairdressers can you please tell me how to lather up my panty hamster puuurty please...

  32. Alexis Delores

    Alexis DeloresMonth ago

    Thank you two for talking so comfortably about your mental illnesses. You guys are so amazing!

  33. Tyra McKinney

    Tyra McKinneyMonth ago

    So hate that problem having to keep turned around in the bathroom stall 😩😭

  34. Shanikah Dwyer

    Shanikah DwyerMonth ago


  35. Shanikah Dwyer

    Shanikah DwyerMonth ago

    I tried to tell my ex boyfriend who is now my friend that I get anxiety/panic attacks and it didn't really work out. He kinda just brushed it off like it was nothing to serious or concerning and not taking it as seriously as I think he should have also he was trying to show Pity for Me like I was some fragile thing or something which I did not appreciate it kind of just made me feel awkward which made me regret telling him anything.

  36. Audra Benincasa

    Audra BenincasaMonth ago

    I just want to say that you guys make my mood so much better. I’m currently away at college and overall it’s taken a toll on my mental health, being away from my best friends and not having any friends here in college. I feel like I’m actually hanging out with you guys and having a good time. So thank you guys for being you and being real humans!! 💖

  37. Vince Willems

    Vince WillemsMonth ago

    Judicial relevant life confidence stranger blood contemporary respect walk.

  38. John Hightower

    John HightowerMonth ago

    At the top Kate was just thinking about what it would be like to be with me... the answer is terrible, for i am an awful person :P

  39. Living Lurrz

    Living LurrzMonth ago

    On another note, I have severe anxiety around nausea and vomiting too. It sucks and I feel you.

  40. Living Lurrz

    Living LurrzMonth ago

    Oh honey no.... that’s not food poisoning, everyone knows you can’t eat more than like a quarter of the monte cristo sandwich if you’re not planning on sitting or laying down for at least two hours after 😂 the food wasn’t spoiled it’s just a disgustingly rich sandwich and it WILL wreck you if you’re not prepared for it.

  41. rachel buck

    rachel buckMonth ago

    Ugh my ex boyfriend used to say "you need to just not get so worked up" when I had anxiety and panic attacks. The worst

  42. Taylor Carter

    Taylor CarterMonth ago

    Kelsey you are so brave telling people about your panic attacks. I never tell people because my own mother wants me to medicate myself (which I'm against) and ever since I've opened up about it to her I haven't told anyone else. I told my boyfriend and i think i scared him a little.

  43. pindaenbeer

    pindaenbeerMonth ago

    hardest thing to explain about mental illness (esp with things like earing disorder, addiction etc) people think its either 1. You being sick, dont want to talk about it, destroying your health and relationships, oblivious to the fact that you have a problem or 2. In recovery, healing, open and honest, knowing you have a problem.. i think this misconception comes from movies or something, but in reality you will realistically have a mental illness, be aware, and fluctuate between wanting to heal and thinking "im gonna kill myself before the age of 25 anyway..."

  44. Olayinka Daramola

    Olayinka DaramolaMonth ago

    Y’all bugging for the first part of the video ur talking about nothing special and the whole video is 45 minutes I liked the other vids but this is too long and not concise

  45. Lily Danks

    Lily DanksMonth ago

    I've never liked the term 'mental illness'. I have depression, OCD, and get panic attacks, and it makes people with mental illnesses (me) sound psychotic. And when I tell people I have a mental illness, they are like, "Oh, really? Do you have like, psychosis or something? No? So then you must be lying." It's not like we're sick in the mind.

  46. nerine grundlingh

    nerine grundlinghMonth ago

    Thanks for this episode girls. I suffer from anxiety. I was going through a rough patch last year and decided to open up to my employer about what I was going through. I subsequently was assigned fewer and fewer projects and was ultimately let go. I know I am a hard worker and I take pride in the work I present, I've never missed a deadline. Talking to employers is a grey patch in my opinion.

  47. heykelly

    heykellyMonth ago

    Food poisoning usually takes one or two days after eating the affected food to start showing symptoms. Plus your partner who ate the same food didn't have symptoms. Sounds like it wasn't food poisoning honestly, unless it was something you ate the day before

  48. Cassi Dawson

    Cassi DawsonMonth ago

    Sweet sweet leather puss....purse? Hhaahahahahhaahahahuaauua

  49. Erica Maron

    Erica MaronMonth ago

    I shampoo and condition my vag and armpit hair #hairygirls

  50. Audrey Cuthbertson

    Audrey CuthbertsonMonth ago

    No ones said swag since 2011

  51. Krista Phillips

    Krista PhillipsMonth ago

    What book was Kelsey talking about? Does anybody know?

  52. Katie Goldsmith

    Katie GoldsmithMonth ago

    I agree so much with what kelsey said about being outgoing but having mental illness. I am very extroverted and when I have told people that I have anxiety and depression they said they did not believe me. Its real crazy that some people believe that, cause being extroverted and around people is like my way to cope when im going through anxiety

  53. Salvidrim

    SalvidrimMonth ago

    9:30 casually flashing your podcast co-host like #nbd

  54. alexis aronson

    alexis aronsonMonth ago

    Come to Portland

  55. Taylor Xitco

    Taylor XitcoMonth ago

    Can you do a live show in Los Angeles pls

  56. cmh36

    cmh36Month ago

    Its crazy when you have an eating disorder, which I have/had, and you hear another person who has one talk about their own experience and its like the exact same as yours. Like they have the same thoughts and such. When kate was talking about when she got in a fight with a friend who said I thought that was you, I've been in the exact same situation.

  57. Emma Sprigle

    Emma SprigleMonth ago

    I just love them so much.

  58. Vegetarians Taste Better

    Vegetarians Taste BetterMonth ago

    Your pubes get thinner as you age. I'm a nurse and some elderly ladies have like no hair

  59. luhole

    luholeMonth ago

    In the beginning it looked like you guys were in 2 different rooms and the videos were sliced next to each other, and then Kelsey's arm moved into the right section and my brain freaked out momentarily.

  60. alice

    aliceMonth ago

    omg when there was a plane there was a plane here in Sydney as well

  61. enstef

    enstefMonth ago

    Why does Kate feel weird about giving advice? I think it’s ok to talk about what you’re experiencing openly if you are comfortable because it can help others going through the same thing...

  62. enstef

    enstefMonth ago

    I have struggled with mental health issues for most of my life and it’s still hard for me to explain to people.

  63. A g a p e C a f e

    A g a p e C a f eMonth ago

    For the dating with a mental illness topic you should really see @KatieMorton’s video on it.

  64. Moonlight Shadows

    Moonlight ShadowsMonth ago

    love these chats. wish i knew you both in real life. I've so many things in common with you both. keep up the great work ladies you're doing fab xx

  65. Total_ Outcast

    Total_ OutcastMonth ago

    Can you bring Deven on as a guest for another mental health podcast? She can talk about a different mental illness since she had anorexia for a long time

  66. Lindsay Faveau

    Lindsay FaveauMonth ago

    This is making me feel so empowered. I am confinced that I have a mental illness, but I keep denying myself. And I am still young so there isn't really anything I can do about it. But thank you!

  67. Stacey Sheehan

    Stacey SheehanMonth ago

    You guys should go read the happiness trap such a good book and has some very good techniques to help control anxiety and depression

  68. ChronicAly Blooming

    ChronicAly BloomingMonth ago

    DFW Texas!!!!!!!!!!

  69. jess ms

    jess msMonth ago

    That really helped me and I always felt like people dont really understands having panic attacks because I never met someone who really have them but what you explained was really what I feel and I feel less alone thank you I always felt like people would say its a excuse or like every one has it like you said

  70. Casey Vaclavik

    Casey VaclavikMonth ago

    I thought Kate looked really pretty in this episode.