Sometimes, this amazing, exciting life you were sold might not be living up to snuff. Questions arise, But who do you turn to? Maybe no one. Maybe, you suppress, settle for less, and ultimately suffer. What if we could answer those questions, settle that confusion, and give you connection. We decided to kick back, dig deeper, and get those answers to you by bringing on individuals who have been through that storm, and came out on top. Sit back, relax, smile, we got you, exhale… and click play. Welcome to Ramblr Project, mental health conversations, uncensored. New episodes with new guests every week. Hosted by Matthew Ravida and Dan Pelosini.
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You guys are doing a great job letting people know that they are not alone and giving everyone a space to share their story.
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Some real eye opening stuff. Looking forward to whats next!
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Ramblr Project: Mental Health Uncensored launched 3 years ago and published 85 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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