In the Wake

In the Wake

Welcome to In the Wake with Whytli! I am a certified life coach and a mental health advocate. I am also a survivor of sexual and mental abuse. The phrase 'in the wake' means the ‘result of something occurring’ and I originally started this podcast as a result of my story and everything I have overcome. I continuously choose to rise up from the trenches and speak up about these various taboo and stigmatized topics. I choose empowerment, growth, and empathy. As I continue on my healing and self growth journey, I will use my voice to share my truth and insights along with amplifying the voices and stories of others. I interview guests whose messages have resonated with and inspired me. Tune in for weekly episodes on all things mental health, survivorship, and self help!!... Show More

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February 24, 2021 33 min

Dr. Nazanin Moali is a licensed clinical psychologist and a  certified Sex Therapist. Her private practice is located in Torrance and she specializes in working with couples and individuals struggling with issues of sex and intimacy.
 
Dr. Moali hosts a weekly podcast called Sexology introducing the most intriguing findings in psychology of sex and intimacy.  Sexology podcast was launched four years ago and it has over 60,000 downloa...

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*TRIGGER WARNING*
This is a heavier episode as we speak of sexual abuse, childhood trauma, and incest. If you are a survivor of abuse, incest, or sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Please practice self care, reach out to a trusted love one, and/or CALL RAINN&...

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Last year, I had a breakthrough in therapy that led me to realize just how self critical and perfectionistic I was. After coming to terms with the suffering I was creating for myself, I began to work through a Self Compassion workbook during my therapy sessions. This workbook teaches the three components needed to build a self compassionate voice: mindfulness, common humanity, and self kindness. 

In this solo episode, I relay some k...

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Shu Matsuo Post is a successful business person in Japan, one of the most gender-rigid nations on the planet. When he got married and chose to take his wife’s name, the opposition he encountered gave him an unexpected glimpse into a woman’s world. It also gave him a taste of vulnerability, emotional connection, and the freedom he had been craving all his life.

Flowing seamlessly between his own journey, his wife’s journey, and their...

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Brianne Leeson is an artist and small business owner from Dallas, Texas. She is also the creator of the scripted comedy/fiction podcast Today’s Lucky Winner. 

Brianne was diagnosed in her thirties with ADHD which led her to a whole new realm of self discovery and understanding. She began to realize how her ADHD brain had affected or amplified different things throughout growing up including her relationship with her body and an eati...

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Hannah is a Feminine Healer helping womxn connect with their inner child and soul selves to heal trauma and energy blockages. She is a chronic disease/pain warrior, a recovering alcoholic, and a childhood trauma survivor and like the rest of us, her healing journey is ongoing. After years of fighting her own body, struggling to survive through cycles of healing, and ultimately self sabotaging until she didn't know any other lif...

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This is a heavier episode as graphic details and scenarios of suicide are shared. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder and/or suicide ideation, please listen with caution, listen with a trusted friend, or choose to skip this episode. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things discussed in this episode to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or f...

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Aubree is a self-worth coach and host of the podcast Ask Aubree, where she focuses on helping women and queer people to befriend their inner critic, break up with people-pleasing, and reclaim their desire. 

In this episode, Aubree shares her personal experience being in codependent relationships along with her discovery of the root insecurity, fear, or beliefs underneath codependency. She now helps others recover and learn to source...

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In this solo episode, I share my thoughts after reflecting on 2020. I talk about how I'm extending grace and compassion to myself for surviving this collectively difficult and long year. When wishing to set New Year's goals, I dive into the reasons I have not succeeded with goal setting in the past. My new process and approach has included setting goals out of inspiration vs. shame, no longer expecting perfection from mysel...

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December 16, 2020 28 min

Yewande is a young lawyer in Lagos, Nigeria. She is a passionate speaker and unfiltered digital creator. She shares her raw and authentic skin care journey online in hopes to show and teach others that you can feel beautiful, confident, and strong despite the often unrealistic and unattainable beauty standards shown on social media. 

In this episode, Yewande shares her story about how she broke free from the pressures to look a cert...

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*TRIGGER WARNING*
This is a heavier episode as we speak of physical and emotional abuse. If you are a survivor of abuse or sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. Please practice self care, reach out to a trusted love one, and/or CALL the National Domestic Violenc...

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Jalisa is a native Texan with a passion for mental health and helping those that can relate. She works in the medical industry and knows the ins and outs of getting help with or without insurance. She battles depression and anxiety herself and shares her story in hopes of making sure people know they are not alone in the struggle. 

In this episode, Jalisa shares the intricacies of battling anxiety and depression while keeping up and...

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*Trigger Warning*
This is a heavier episode as we speak of eating disorders, habits of binging and restricting, triggers, diet culture, and recovery. If you are suffering or recovering from an eating disorder or body dysmorphia, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. 

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Rachel is...

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November 18, 2020 40 min

Kini Chang is a practicing Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Oakland, CA. Her passion and expertise is in intergenerational trauma, addressing systemic and historical trauma experienced by communities of color. She prides herself in a holistic approach to treatment where her modalities and interventions support and heal the whole person. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Psychology where she teaches graduate and undergrad...

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*TRIGGER WARNING*
This is a heavier episode as we speak of rape, sexual assault, and the criminal justice system. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder or are a victim of sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. 

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Katie McMahon is a surv...

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If you have lost a loved one to cancer or other means, please listen with caution, listen with a trusted friend, or skip this episode entirely. In this episode, our guest may share graphic details or stories of her experiences watching her father battle cancer, losing him, and the aftermath of grief and trauma which may be triggering or hard to hear for some. 

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Jaclyn Renee is a 26 year old single mother residing i...

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*TRIGGER WARNING*
This is a heavier episode as our guest shares graphic details about his life-threatening battle with anorexia, mental health and recovery, and violence in childhood trauma. If you are suffering or recovering from an eating disorder, body dysmorphia, trauma, or a mood or mental disorder, please listen with caution, listen with a trusted friend, or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for sharin...

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Stephanie Dawn Elizabeth is an Intuitive Transformation Coach and the Host of Made of Magic: The Podcast. She's on a mission to change the idea that the magic we seek is somewhere outside of ourselves. She's here to help you awaken, embody, and amplify the magic you ALREADY have within you. 

I personally have been soaking up all of Stephanie's intuitive and groundbreaking work for years now. It just so happens that when ...

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*TRIGGER WARNING*
This is a heavier episode as we speak of rape, sexual assault, and slavery. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder or are a victim of sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in your healing journey or trigger negative thoughts or emotions. 

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Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs is a creative, writer...

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September 30, 2020 42 min

Renee Powers is the founder and CEO of Feminist Book Club, the premier online hub for intersectional readers that encourages resistance through reading with a monthly subscription box, blog, podcast, and meetups. She has completed her Bachelors, Masters, and PhD coursework in gender communication and is a trained racial justice facilitator through the YWCA. You can find her in Minneapolis where she lives with her spouse and their r...

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