What started as a social media post has become a mental health movement, and now a podcast. On I WEIGH, Jameela Jamil challenges societal norms through conversations with thought-leaders, performers, activists, influencers, and friends about their own experiences and stories with their mental health. With hilarious and vulnerable conversations, I WEIGH amplifies and empowers diverse voices in an accessible way to celebrate progress, not perfection.
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I have listened to every episode of I Weigh. Jameela discusses topics, issues and questions that most of us face in this modern world and normalises the madness we live in to bring us together, make us laugh and not feel so ashamed or alone. Thank you Jameela for being you and sharing your beautiful mind with us xxxxx
I’ve listened to this podcast for years and have mostly really enjoyed it, but in the recent episode “Unpacking Pop Psychology w/Seerut K. Chawla” Jameela makes several inaccurate and harmful statements about autism/autistic people while using outdated, ableist and antisemitic terminology and functioning labels. I would normally assume a person speaking this way is just uneducated, but she’s had multiple autistic guests on the podcast in the past year to speak specifically about autism. It feels... more
Huge fan of the podcast! Been listening since it first started. I have grown so much as a result and absolutely love Jameela! Xoxo
I have been listening to this podcast for a few years now and I've learnt so much. Jameela is such a funny and interesting host and I love hearing what she has to say and the natural conversation that occurs between her and her guests. The guests she has introduced me to have been so interesting and enlightening and have definitely helped me to be more compassionate and understanding. It's been really fascinating to watching Jameela on this journey too, as she is clearly learning as much as we ... more
I listened to the episode of Podcrushed where Jameela more or less interviewed Penn and I just needed more of her. She’s quick witted, so incredibly intelligent, seems to have a wonderful sense of humor — and those words don’t even begin to describe how amazing her soul is. I absolutely adore this woman and find myself more times than not nodding along as she speaks on various issues with her guests, or even outwardly and enthusiastically saying “yes” during these conversations. Jameela is aston... more
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I Weigh launched 4 years ago and published 195 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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