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Shit We Don't Tell Mom

Kristy Yee & Angie Yu

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We have depression. Now what? We share vulnerable stories of how we manage anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder while figuring out the not-so-glamours parts of adulting, relationships, and our Asian-Canadian identities. Come join us as we share tools and personal experiences of how to normalize your mental health and well-being. New episodes every other Sunday! Winner of Best Wellness Podcast 2020 at Asian Podcast Awards. **Content Warning: depression, anxiety, suicide, eating disorders ...
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Welcome to Don't Tell My Mom Podcast with Lizz! Dive in and let's get personal. Lizz will share the uncomfortable conversations and experiences she couldn't have with her mom (maybe your mom too). From moving to the most influential city at 18, escaping toxic relationships, joining the military, and so much more. It'll get chaotic, messy, have some dark humor... but will always be real and relatable. Instagram: @donttellmymompod Email: donttellmymompodd@gmail.com
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Aries season made me go MIA! I've got good news to share AND I'll give you the details on what secret I've been keeping. Sponsored by - THE DJ LLC - "Transforming every event into a sonic celebration, leaving behind a symphony of memories." Follow them on Facebook and Instagram. Receive a discount when you mention the "Don't Tell My Mom" Podcast. M…
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Don't Tell My Mom would like to welcome Joe Marchiando! We're talking first impression icks, a sneak peak into Joe's Tinder bio, and what he thought he would never admit to his mom... Find Joe on Instagram, @joe.joe.radio, and Twitch, twitch.tv/joejoeradio! You can also listen in weekdays on Buck92, https://player.amperwave.net/8358. Message me to …
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Don't Tell My Mom would like to welcome Kristen Peters! It's really nice having a friend who can (semi) relate what you're going through. Breakups can suck for everyone involved. We're diving into red flags we saw and should have avoided, compatibility, and which Zodiac sign is the worst. Instagram: @donttellmymompod & @jackoneillcirca1999 Email: d…
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Whether you're active duty, a veteran, or have even thought about joining the military... this episode is for you. Join me as I talk about my experience - the good, bad, and really $h%tty parts of it all. Message me to chat more! Instagram: @donttellmymompod Email: donttellmymompodd@gmail.comتوسط Lizz Galea
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Don't Tell My Mom would like to welcome Amanda Britton! Do opposites attract? In this case, yes. Amanda and I have different... maternal instincts and both are important. Whether your over-committed (like Amanda) or a little hesitant (like me), you'll get a good laugh. Instagram: @donttellmymompod & @m_m_britton Email: donttellmymompodd@gmail.com P…
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WELCOME TO 2024! We're talking intentions for the year and finding what works best. Things that everyone needs to outgrow, and who you should breakup with this year. Instagram: @donttellmymompod Email: donttellmymompodd@gmail.com Photographer: Kylie Breann Vos - Find her on Facebook, Forever Moments Photography, or Instagram, @forevermomentsphotogr…
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In light of it being the holiday season, we're talking holiday stressors. The most stressful thing... FOOD. It all stems from childhood and has followed me since. Instagram: @donttellmymompod Email: donttellmymompodd@gmail.com Photographer: Kylie Breann Vos - Find her on Facebook, Forever Moments Photography, or Instagram, @forevermomentsphotograph…
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We all have commitment issues around here... or is it just me? Find out who called me out on having them. Listen at your own risk, but maybe not when your mom is around! Instagram: @donttellmymompod Email: donttellmymompodd@gmail.com Photographer: Kylie Breann Vos - Find her on Facebook, Forever Moments Photography, or Instagram, @forevermomentspho…
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What's appropriate to ask on a first date? Who got what removed when? Listen at your own risk, but maybe not when your mom is around! Instagram: @donttellmymompod Email: donttellmymompodd@gmail.com Photographer: Kylie Breann Vos - Find her on Facebook, Forever Moments Photography, or Instagram, @forevermomentsphotographykylie…
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Vincci Tsui, a mother of a three-year-old, balances her parenting knowledge from how she was raised with what she believes to be best for her daughter. We discuss what we’ve learned from our parents and what has been taught to us from living in a western society. Which teachings to adopt and which to unlearn? What fears do we have as new parents? “…
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It’s official, Kristy is now single after a 6-year relationship. In this episode, we process the emotions after a breakup, recognize what is “overly independent”, and discuss fears of the future after losing a partner. Our Shit is a series where we update our lives with each other and how we cope with its challenges. “I felt like if we stayed toget…
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Angie has been cheated on. Kristy has done the cheating. Inspired by the recent events in the Try Guys, we chat about our own experiences with infidelity including physical cheating, emotional cheating, micro-cheating, work crushes, and how to move on. “You're not a cheater, [...] you had cheated. But you’re not a cheater. It's not a identity thing…
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Kristy and Angie sit down to talk about adult friendships during Kristy's road trip across Canada. Analogies are made, lyrics are quoted, and tears are (almost) shed. "I'm gonna hedge my bets if I have a lot of friends that are within the close circle. If a few of them left, then I'd be fine. As long as I keep filling this first ring, then it'll ne…
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Tam is in the “middle generation”. The balance between talking about mental health with her parents and learning how to teach her son to be in tune with his mental well-being. We discuss: her parents talking her out of using therapy people-pleasing tendencies as a survival tactic how to be there for other people but also set boundaries for your own…
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What is your attachment style? Have you always wanted to do one but are not sure how it’ll go? We’ll do the quiz and narrate as we go and share some of our childhood memories and…well the answer may surprise you! Angie asked how understanding attachment helped in her current relationship and Kristy gave us a relationship update. As always, we discu…
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We decided to share a popular episode from season 1 from the summer of 2020 about how we talked ourselves out of our depressive episodes. We share audio clips of our actual voice messages with each other to show our realistic experiences, thoughts, and feelings. We talk about potential coping methods and understanding the different drivers that kee…
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Angie always imaged having babies. Kristy is on team no kids. But lately, they’ve both been having different thoughts. In this episode, we explore why we originally wanted/not wanted babies and why we are changing our minds. We also chat about endometriosis, discussing babies when dating, abandonment fears, trust issues, and mom’s guilt tripping us…
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**Content Warning: Death, Depression, Suicide** We are joined by psychotherapist Shirvin Lee who gets vulnerable and shares her childhood traumas of facing sexism and insurmountable pressures from her family. We also learn how to process and understand emotions better. “Happiness is not the baseline.” - Shirvin Resources/Mentions Dopamine Nation (B…
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This is an intimate story about my recent breakup with my partner of 6 years. I share my fear of judgment from friends, staying vs. leaving the relationship, the lessons learned, and how I plan to move forward. “I can’t just keep quitting every time something goes wrong in a relationship” - Kristy Resources/Mentions Paired - App for Couples --- The…
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Toronto. Teenhood. Puberty. Friendships. Filial Piety. Emotions! The movie Turning Red is about a 13-year-old girl who is torn between her duties to walk down the path paved by her ancestors and her desire to find her own path. Kristy and Angie, both of whom happen to have been 13-year-old girls in the early 2000’s, weigh in on the key themes like …
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Justine shares stories of telling her Catholic Filipino parents about dating a black man, potentially not getting married, and potentially not having kids - even though she wants 4 of them. We explore why women tend to choose “fixer-uppers”, and why we are fixated on romantic relationships to bring us happiness. She's a recovering people pleaser, a…
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Are we loveable? Insecurities can stem from so many different sources but how do we manage them and prevent them from ruining our current and future relationships? We dive into our experiences with our past and figure out how to notice our triggers and re-work our thinking so we can have healthier relationships. **Content Warning: Death, Depression…
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Teacher by day, gogo dancer by night. We discuss (rant) how we deal with nagging mothers, life as a gogo-dancer, struggling with body image, and how to make hard life decisions. "No one is really looking at you. They're so concerned about their own lives. They have no time to judge you. And even if they do, it's such a passing fleeting moment." - S…
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Inner child. Trauma. Reparenting. The Little Prince. In this episode, we sit down to talk about the first time that we confronted our inner child and how we rekindled that relationship. We dive into our definition of inner child and how we practice hanging out with our inner child. Angie also shares her experience with imaginary exposure therapy wh…
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Mimi Young is a spirit communicator. She left the corporate 9-5 world to invest in a relationship with the unseen. In this episode, we explore how Shamanism is a way to honor our ancestry, what is dream hygiene and how you can benefit, and how to get back in touch with your cultural roots that have been lost through migration and cultural revolutio…
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After being hospitalized for a week, Tanushree gets diagnosed with dysthymia. Then things got messy. Unintentionally triggering friends. Fighting with parents about using medication. And what self-care looks like right now. Tanushree is a fellow mental health advocate in the South Asian community. She shares her experiences being forced into a psyc…
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Adult friendships. Confrontations. Empathy. Responsibilities. We confront our uncomfortable thoughts and compare our friendship and partnership to a romantic relationship. They talk about their mental health and how that has affected their time management and relationships. Takeaways: Having doubts about something does not mean you don’t want it Ad…
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Self-shaming. Struggling relationship. Disappointing Chinese Christian parents. Lucas Ng, Canadian actor and co-host of “Have We Made It Yet” podcast, shares how he got fired from his job triggered a cascade of endless negative self-talk, thoughts of self-harm, and eventually going to therapy 5 years later. **Content Warning: Self Harm** Takeaways:…
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IUDs. Sex during periods. Pain. Discomfort. The tampon tax and all the other costs associated with our menstruations. Kristy and Angie tackle some burning questions about the ever so enduring, unbelievably persistent, biological event we unwillingly go through - our periods. We hit up our male friends and asked them to tell us something they know a…
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What is it like to date a narcissist? What happens when you get triggered by other people’s breakup? Living with depression and bipolar, we sometimes wonder if we are the “bad” person in a relationship. So when a narcissist who seems like the “perfect” person comes along and gaslights you, you might end up believing them. Angie shares how she felt …
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Xixi Wang, founder of Asians for Sex Positivity, discusses what sex positivity means for Xixi and her relationship with her immigrant parents as a queer Asian. We discuss mental health stigma and finding gratitude for our parents as we get older. **CONTENT WARNING: Suicidal thoughts** Takeaway: Sex positivity is not about whether sex is good nor ba…
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Kristy discusses coping mechanisms for anxiety. What helps us vs. what makes it worse. Moving to a new city is not turning out to be the way she expected and she feels incredibly overwhelmed. She sits down with Angie to talk about her experience, and about coping mechanisms for anxiety and what helps us versus what prolongs the impact of it on our …
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Kristy and Angie are back for a new season and they update everyone on what has been going on in their lives. Angie talks about (puppy) parenting guilt and Kristy talks about living her new life in another city. Angie reflects on a childhood incident that had impacted her deeply. Kristy reflects on pursuing an experience for herself and not for fil…
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Angie and Kristy go through the 36 Questions to Fall in Love questions to get to know each. Do they fall in love? Listen now to find out. Winky face. This episode was recorded on IG Live on the day of our 1 year podversary! **Content Warning: Child Abuse Highlights: Kristy’s experience running away from home Angie’s experience as a new immigrant Kr…
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Is there a gender difference in how we think about sex, cope with depression, and priorities in life? Stephen Yuan shares his thoughts on how he navigates a semi-open relationship, getting out of low points, and his fascination with studying porn. Stephen is a co-host on “Stories with Stephen Yuan” Podcast. This is an interesting episode because we…
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Steve describes a low point in his life and reveals his story of coming around in a full circle, from jet-setting, big-law life to a humble counsel in his hometown serving his community. We sat down with a much-admired community leader, Steve Ngo, a lawyer, social entrepreneur, husband, son, and dear friend. We discuss our external facades, the lab…
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What is it like to have suicidal ideations? Kristy relapsed into depression and none of her usual depression management strategies worked. We talk about her obsessive behaviour to escape reality, using hentai to boost serotonin, different methods of seeking help, and taking medical leave to improve her mental health. **CONTENT WARNING: Suicide** Hi…
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The lack of male role models in Lisa's childhood led her to use sexuality to get men’s attention. Her mom physically abused her and they have a complicatedly civil relationship. We talk about forgiveness, coming to terms with childhood abuse, and her view on sex. WARNING: detailed descriptions about childhood physical abuse, child death, and sexual…
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Kristy and Angie answer two questions: What are some shit that our kids might not tell us? And what are our Myer-Briggs personalities? Not surprisingly, we get raw and vulnerable debating whether we should have kids and what that might be like. Highlights: Angie is no longer pressuring herself to have kids Kristy is more open to the idea of having …
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Kelli Chu survived a traumatic car accident from a drunk driver. She opens up about the regrets, the dark places, and what she hasn’t told her mom about from the incident. And of course, there’s still the everyday struggles for women in their 30s: career, marriage, and kids. Highlights: Kelli’s story of how she almost had her hand amputated How to …
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2 Asian men get vulnerable with us and share their fears, shames, and insecurities. Lance Gee and Eric Wu from over at Off The Wok discuss losing a job, feeling suicidal, de-sexualization of Asian men, and starting all over from failures. Check out this hilarious episode that takes a turn for a deep dive into the Asian male psyche as Lance and Eric…
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Irving Chong from Asians in Space joins us to share his experience growing up in Alberta, Canada as one of the few Asian kids in the neighbourhood. We discuss what a “rotten banana” is, growing up inside a bubble, shaming people in “doing the right thing”, and how we can talk about social justice with our Chinese parents. Highlights: What does it m…
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Natalie from Yellow Bee Pod joins us to share her experience transitioning out of her civil engineering job to an outspoken supporter of Asian identity and women in STEM. We talk about what our parents’ expectations of us are growing up, our own expectations of what our life will look like, and how those expectations have changed as we approach mil…
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What is bipolar disorder, what does it mean, and who has it? Do you think someone you care about might be bipolar? In this episode, your hosts Kristy and Angie sit down to finally talk about a long-awaited topic: Angie’s bipolar disorder. Content warning: mania, depression, suicide. Highlights: We take a stab at defining bipolar disorders How bipol…
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Instructions on how to be an adult and live happily ever after. Do you want one? What if we were already given one but we just don’t like what is written? In this episode, Angela Kim from The Why Moments Podcast discusses the internal and external pressures of marriage, to have or not have kids, going to therapy, and how to tell all this to your As…
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How did you learn about sex? Did you have sex first or masturbate first? Did you ever get the “sex talk” from your parents/guardians? This is a special episode where Karen from MX Asian American Podcast interviews us about our sexual awakening, what is sexual consent, and how we learned to have sex. Highlights: When Karen walked in on her parents h…
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How are our sexual identities formed? Is it from the media that we consume like magazines and porn? And how do we go about unlearning the dysfunctional and destructive ideas around sexuality and body image? **Content Warning**: anorexia nervosa and behaviours of disordered eating is discussed in this episode. Highlights: Learning about sex from mag…
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Sex is everywhere but it is also taboo. Why? And how can we overcome this shyness around sex so we can embrace our own sexuality? **Content Warning**: criminalized sex is discussed in this episode. Highlights: Why is Sex Taboo? How do we define sex? What happens when we feel pressured to be a sexy Have confidence and self-esteem in bed What Angie n…
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