Self-hatred is a tormenting affliction that so many people live with. Could it be funny and entertaining to let that part of you out? This episode deals with the Self-Hating Voice and how to recognize its sneaky powers. Let Rythea walk you through how it works and get your first assignment towards learning how to love yourself.
Why does self-hatred attack our most vulnerable self? What does that look like on a practical level? In this episode, Rythea shows you just what is happening on the inner level of your psyche…it will make you laugh, it will make you cry. Also, get your second assignment towards learning how to heal.
Here are perfectly sane people being really mean to themselves. Why? Because it’s all in the name of healing. Rythea brings friends onto the show who bravely express their self-hating voices with freedom, insight, and passion.
Do we ever get away from self-hatred? Can we get bigger and stronger than the tyrant within? Interview with artist and activist Kent Alexander on just this subject along with homework assignment and the usual dance segment.
Here’s the LOVE part of the dialogue with Self-Hatred! How does it look to talk back to the self-hatred within? Rythea Lee, your host, uses her own “issues” to show you how it’s done.
Do you relate to the idea of an inner child? That's what I asked some fine folks of Northampton, Massachusetts. I hit the streets and caught them off guard, the response really surprised me.
This video illustrates how we are all born lovable. In 7 minutes, it talks you through the reality of the GOODNESS we are all born with as newborns and how that gets covered over throughout our lives.
Teens tackle self-hatred and win. This episode was filmed at a high school where kids use the show as curriculum. The results are funny, surprising, and touching.
Rythea becomes the rock star from her highschool years to make her first music video. She's a total whack-job for a good cause, healing of course!
How do FEELINGS factor into healing self-hatred? Episode 10 explains and models how emotions are an essential part of the healing process. What if this process started when we were kids? Funny and fun as well as instructional.
Self-Love is RADICAL and here is how it can look! Episode 11 brings back special guests who once so courageously aired their voices of self-hatred. They have returned with a totally different assignment, bringing loving confrontation to the places of hate.
Healing hate in the world starts with ourselves. But how do we do it? Watch these special guests show you step by step, how to be loving to yourself, to your most hurting self, and to the little you that you once were. All in under 10 minutes.
This Episode is called Rythea's Story. I wanted you to know it’s personal, this battle with loving ones self. It’s not an idea. It’s a living, breathing experience.
This Episode is a Q and A show; viewers wrote in and asked provocative questions that Rythea answers while getting her face painted. This is edgy advice + humor+ art.
No one's perfect. No one. Let's discuss. In a car. And get some advice on the subject. When is an insult a compliment? When do you happily join the ranks of being an a-hole? Take an intimate ride with Rythea Lee while she breaks down the next chapter of self-love; not what you might have imagined.
Here is CREATIVITY EXPLAINED. Creative expression is a basic human need. It is an outlet that is our birthright, no matter who we are. Learn about creativity as a universal language from Rythea Lee, her 4 year old artist daughter, and special guest, Dana Wilde.
This episode is about racial justice and healing. What is a healing process in the face of racism and daily threat? Writer, activist, Kent Alexander discusses his personal experience of living in an unsafe reality, reaching for justice, and sitting in his own skin. Rythea Lee talks about her unsteady journey into becoming an ally and "accomplice" to people of color.
We cannot heal in isolation! Host Rythea Lee explains how the "healing lifestyle" involves connection, support, reaching out, and sometimes...prayer. Special guests Xinef Afraim and Diana Yourke join Rythea in singing a prayer song in 3 part harmony.
Rythea Lee takes on ending childhood sexual abuse in Episode 19. She features expert artists, activists, and cultural workers, Aishah Shahidah Simmons and Donna Jenson to help her tackle this topic with passion, grace, and maturity. How do we heal, how do we fight back, how do we break the cycle, how do we find joy? See these women dive into these questions head on. Deeply educational and emotionally savvy.
This is the 20th Episode and the Season Finale of Advice from a Loving Bitch. Viewers share their video responses to watching this show for the last year, woven into a montage retrospective of episode highlights. See the range of topics discussed with humor and compassion from The Self-Hating Voice, to emotional intelligence, to discovering the inner child, to racial justice, to healing childhood abuse. A fun overview!