Nitika Chopra

December 22, 2019

Episode 2.09: The Three Themes of 2019 with Nitika Chopra

By the time we return for season three in February 2020, The Point of Pain will have officially turned one year old. So, what better way to end season 2, the calendar year, and the first year of the podcast than by sharing some lessons learned throughout this year that I’ll be taking with me into 2020 and season three.

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  • Kara Lowentheil Point of Pain Podcast Nitika Chopra

    December 8, 2019

    Episode 2.08: Rewiring Your Brain with Kara Lowentheil

    Kara Lowentheil is a Master Certified Coach with a B.A from Yale University and a J.D. from Harvard Law. In the past three years, she’s pivoted from her legal career and has grown her life coaching business from zero to seven figures. She is the definition of owning who you are and, in this episode, she’s going to help you better understand the way your brain works.

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  • ksenia avdulova

    November 24, 2019

    Episode 2.07: Lessons Learned from a Breakfast Criminal with Ksenia Avdulova

    Founder of Breakfast Criminals, Ksenia Avdulova, discusses the funny story of how breakfast food brought us together, why she’s questioning the life she manifested, her many Instagram handles and how she experiments with them, the value in blocking or muting social media accounts that bring up negative emotions for you, how to use social media for positive inspiration, and more!

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  • Gigi Engle

    November 10, 2019

    Episode 2.06: Separating Shame and Sex with Gigi Engle

    Sex educator, Gigi Engle, discusses how masturbation can help you get into your body in a positive way and learn what you find pleasurable, the shocking state of sex education in our schools today, how to communicate with your partner about your sexuality, whether or not it’s okay to masturbate when you’re in a relationship, and more!

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  • Paloma Kemak

    October 27, 2019

    Episode 2.05: Shattering the Stigma Around Diabetes with Paloma Kemak

    Type I Diabetes patient, Paloma Kemak, talks about thriving with a life-threatening condition, dating with diabetes, the cost of care, the stigma around diabetes, and more!

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  • Elizabeth Plank

    October 13, 2019

    Episode 2.04: Mindful Masculinity with Elizabeth Plank

    Award-winning journalist, executive producer, and author, Elizabeth Plank, talks about how she became interested in activism and journalism, the massive learning experience from writing her book, her personal experience with dealing with mental health issues, and so much more!

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  • 2.03 Amy Lacey Point of Pain Podcast Nitika Chopra

    September 29, 2019

    Episode 2.03: Using Your Chronic Illness as a Catalyst for Change with Amy Lacey

    Founder and CEO of Cali’flour Foods, Amy Lacey, discusses the difficulties she had changing her habits after being diagnosed with Lupus, how she grew her company to $20 million in sales in less than two years and to being worth $40 million today, the five P’s of her business, and so much more!

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  • September 15, 2019

    Episode 2.02: The Purpose Behind the Pain with April Christina

    Chronic illness advocate and wellness and beauty vlogger, April Christina, talks about how our identity is not our illness, dating with a chronic illness, how doctors used her race to dismiss her medical concerns, the importance of loving yourself enough to be your own patient advocate, and so much more!

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  • Eliz Martin Point of Pain Podcast Nitika Chopra

    September 1, 2019

    Episode 2.01: Addressing Toxic Positivity with Eliz Martin

    Eliz Martin was abruptly diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis about seven years ago and she’s now a chronic disease and disability advocate. In this episode, she talks about her health journey and what it was like to receive that diagnosis in her early 20’s. We also talk about toxic positivity, the ways that we’ve both learned to work with our bodies’ limitations, the ways we’ve learned to lean on medications at times and then not, and so much more.

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