One Take With Tina

One Take With Tina

This podcast explores social topics from the lens of a first generation Canadian. Tina Singh is a digital content creator, wife and mom of 3. She shares her life and family on her YouTube channel, Mom Boss of 3. She also founded the Marmy (Mom Army) and believes in moms having each other's back. In this podcast, she shares her views on various women's issues including parenting, abuse, culture, societal expectations and balancing eastern and western philosophies in her own home. Tune in weekly for important conversations that we need to be having.

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June 17, 2020 24 min

In today's podcast, we chat with Dr. Gursharan Virdee about how covid 19 is affecting mothers. There are a lot of layers to this and we talk it out and Dr. Virdee shares some resources.

Find Dr. Virdee here --> https://www.instagram.com/g_virdee/

Get help here:
Kids Help Phone: https://kidshelpphone.ca/
Connex Ontario: https://www.connexontario.ca/
Big White Wall: https://www.bigwhitewall.com/?lang=en-ca
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In today's episode we are talking all about miscarriage and infant loss. I am joined by Gurinder Mann, blogger at A Drug Named Hope. She opens up about her journey and also shares how we can be supportive of those who have suffered a miscarriage or infant loss. It's a hard conversation to have but one that I have admittedly been very eager to talk about as the miscarriage rate is 1 in 4. We need to be talking about this.

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May 27, 2020 31 min

In today's episode we chat with Martha Adams, certified financial planning professional. She talks to us about financial wellness and mental wellness being one in the same thing. Many of our feelings around money have developed over many years and have been passed on from generations before us. Martha helps identify these emotions and reminds us to own our own money story....I learned a lot. I know you will too!

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May 18, 2020 22 min

In today's episode we chat with Kim Dhillon, domestic abuse and sexual assault counsellor.   For many people, staying home during quarantine is more dangerous than being out. Today, Kim shares some domestic abuse statistics and tells how us how covid 19 has affected these numbers. She also shares how we can support a friend or family member who may be affected by domestic violence. This is something we should all know more abou...

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April 2, 2020 38 min

In today's episode I sit down with Amanda Muse, digital content creator and overall amazing human to chat all about self care. Amanda has done a great job of prioritizing self care even during the pandemic situation that we are currently in and I find it inspiring. Today we chat about how she has been able to start focusing on herself and the journey it has been.  I learned a lot and I hope you will too!

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In today's episode we are talking about what everyone across the world is talking about....COVID 19. Here in Ontario, our world is completely upside down. Our lives changed in less that 48 hours and we are trying to accept the new normal but it's not without its challenges.  Today I share with you a quick update on what's going on here in Ontario and also my current situation. I also share how I'm trying to make it ...

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In today's episode, I'm sharing straight from the heart. I get lots of messages from people asking about my religion, culture etc and wanting to teach their kids. These are wonderful people who want to educate their kids. Today I share my thoughts on how I teach my kids about people who are different. 

What are your thoughts? Be sure to tag me on IG with your thoughts and let's talk!

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In today's episode we sit down with Kate Vanderlugt and Jag Moondi to talk all about divorce and separation. Divorce and separation is a reality for many in our generation and we aren't talking about it enough. South Asian's continue to consider this a taboo topic but in today's episode we are talking about it all, from custody, legalities and social repercussions.

Kate Vanderlugt is the founder of Single Mother HOOD...

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Season 2 is here! In today's episode we sit down with Rhonelle Bruder.  She is a human trafficking survivor who now educates other's about human trafficking and how it happens. In today's episode we try to break down what it looks like here in Canada and Rhonelle shares what parents need to know. Human trafficking is on the rise and it's happening in our own backyards. We need to be informed.

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December 18, 2019 9 min

In today's episode I talk to you about my experiences doing the podcast, guests I have had and if there will be another season of One Take With Tina. It's been an incredible journey and I thank you all for taking the time to listen. If you haven't done so already, please rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts and/or share it on your social media pages. If you do, tag me and I'll be sure to show...

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December 11, 2019 18 min

In today's episode we chat with beauty and lifestyle youtuber and blogger Arshia Moorjani about Indian weddings. We both share a bit about our wedding experiences and also talk about the idea of having a doli and how we feel about it. 

Be sure to check out Arishia's youtube channel @ Arshia Moorjani

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Today we sit down with Jasmeet of SOCH mental health to talk all about the stigma of mental health in our community. In today's episode we take a special look at postpartum health and postpartum depression. There is a lack of education on this topic and some of the cultural things we face after having a baby can both help and hinder postpartum health and we talk about it all. 

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In today's episode I share my thoughts on the whole Don Cherry situation. Along with sharing my thoughts on his words, I talk about a larger issue. What is a Canadian? What is Canadian enough? What happens when you aren't Indian enough or Canadian enough? This has been a struggle for most of my life and Don Cherry's words brought back all those feelings I had as a child of not fitting in. Join me in this conversation an...

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Today we sit down with Sonya K. Singh, author of Lightning Strikes Twice to talk about being a caregiver. Sonya's life completely changed when both of her parent became unable to care for themselves in a matter of months. She tells us about her journey and the realities of being a caregiver. As we are getting older, this is a reality we will inevitably face. We talk about how caregiving is viewed in the South Asian community an...

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November 12, 2019 46 min

In today's episode we sit down with none other than Monika Deol. She is a true trailblazer in the media world and learning about her story is simply inspiring. From the very beginning she has ventured on the path less traveled and today we get to hear what that was really like...from expectations placed on her by her parents, to society's expectations and always feeling like an outsider. Join me as we hear Monika's stor...

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November 5, 2019 32 min

In this week's episode we chat with Dr.Sapna, a well known Chiropractor and business owner here in Toronto. She has established two multidisciplinary clinics in the city all while having 2 kids. Today we talk about what it means to be a good mom, how society judges mothers who pursue careers while caring for young children and also how society judges stay at home moms. We also talk about gender roles and biases and what needs t...

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In today's episode we sit down with Jeeti and Kira Pooni of the film, Because We Are Girls. We talk about their film and their experience reaching out for help as sexual abuse victims. They were told to silence themselves but they are now sharing their story to set a new precedent, not only in the Canadian judicial system but also for women and girls everywhere. Although this story is not unique to south Asian families, we look...

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October 22, 2019 13 min

Today I introduce you to my podcast and let you know what you can expect in season one. I also tell you why I needed to start a podcast considering I share so much of my life on YouTube. Finally, you get to know me and the lens with which I view the world. I'm a wife, mother, entrepreneur and first generation Canadian. Join me for today's episode and get to know me!

Edited by Jasleen Kaur 

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