Have your moral codes been compromised? Learn how to face your decisions and heal from your life choices with Dr. Imani and Meg Scoop of the Imani State of Mind podcast.

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Who are the Joneses and why does everyone want to keep up with them? You might be tempted to buy things you don’t need to temporarily boost your self-esteem or your status on social media, but the ladies of Imani State of Mind are diving deep into the psychological damage that comes with Keeping up with the Joneses.

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Like all relationships in your life, your relationship with food should be a healthy one! If we are what we eat… what does that make YOU? Author and Founder of ‘Fit Men Cook,’ Kevin Curry, join the ladies of Imani State of Mind to share how his journey and relationship with food have saved his life!

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As we enter sweater weather and the days are getting shorter, do you experience seasonal blues instead of seasonal cheer? Find out how to handle that seasonal depression, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder so that you can enjoy this holiday season!

If you or anyone you know may be experiencing thoughts of suicide, you can reach the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by dialing their new three-digit number, 988.

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How can we create better outcomes for Black women’s mental, maternal, and physical health? Planned Parenthood LA’s nurse practitioner, Kara James, joins the ladies of Imani State of Mind to share the resources we need to know to help Black women advocate for their health.

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Parenting is hard and can be even more complicated when two parents do not see eye to eye. Are you struggling with protecting your peace while you co-parent with your ex? The ladies of Imani State of Mind are helping you find ways to navigate co-parenting without losing your mind.

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This week, sports journalist Jemele Hill joins Dr. Imani to talk about how they each dealt with their dads’ absence from their lives and how it affected their mental health growing up.