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Navigating Anti-Semitism, Mental Health, and Resilience

Guest:
Lizzie Savetsky

In today’s episode, Dr. T explores the connections between antisemitism and mental health, diving deep on the psychological impact of discrimination as well as the personal and communal tools that can help victims maintain their well-being in the face of discrimination and adversity. Dr. T and guest Lizzie Savetsky, a well-known Jewish influencer and activist, discuss the impact of antisemitism on Jewish people’s mental health, particularly given the escalating conflict in Israel and Gaza. They explore the concept of compassion fatigue and talk about the mental toll that continuous exposure to world events and atrocities can take on us all. Their conversations also highlights the challenges Jewish students face on college campuses, the importance of resilience and community, and strategies for maintaining mental health in these difficult times. Savetsky opens up about her own journey with political activism, the difficulties inherent to a life in the public eye, and her path to sobriety

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