We're living in challenging, stressful times. This show can help you cope.

The message of "I'm Listening" -- a 2-hour show on Wednesday, September 23 at 6pm -- is that if you're feeling anxiety and uncertainty these days, you're not alone.

September 14, 2020
I'm Listening

You've seen all kinds of memes on social media about the year 2020 and what a dumpster fire it's been for pretty much everyone.

From the wildfires that ravaged Australia early in the year, to the global pandemic, the economy, George Floyd, Black Lives Matter, the election, a-a-a-a-n-n-n-d now we've come full circle back to our own wildfires . . . and that's not even all of it  -- not even close.

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I'm the kind of person who mostly just rolls with things. In my experience, nothing horrible lasts forever. Usually.

But I know, and I'm sure you do too, that some people take these hiccups in the road of life a little harder than others. It's one messed up thing after another, piling on until you feel like the weight of it all is going to crush you. Even if you're pretty good at riding out adversity, you can feel a general sense of unease all around. People are disheartened by so much STUFF right now, and we all have that ominous feeling in the back of our minds:  What's next?

I swear, I'm not trying to totally bum you out with all of this! In fact, I have a suggestion that might actually help. 

It's "I'm Listening," a 2-hour show on Wednesday, September 23 at 6pm on The New 94.1 The Sound. During the show, you'll hear from people who understand feelings of stress and mental anguish -- mental health professionals, yes, but also celebs: Chili from TLC, Katy Perry, Luke Combs, and Lily Cornell-Silver, the daughter of the late and beloved Seattle rock icon Chris Cornell. They're part of the show because they're people who seem on the outside to have charmed lives, and yet they know what it feels like when it all gets to be too much. 

I hope you'll be a part of this powerful and healing show. As they say, it's okay to not be okay. Maybe "I'm LIstening" can begin to turn things around for you. I know I'll be listening, and I hope you will too.