Elara // Lockdown
“Dirty mind, dirty mouth, pretty little head.”
In this second part of my conversation with Eliza Rickman, we get a little more personal.
We discuss struggles with relationships and anxiety. Talk about how the past can keep coming back to trip you.
She has found EMDR to be very helpful and suggested the following resources from WebMD & Psychology Today.
I am so grateful she is so open and honest. The more we share, the smaller the world gets. The more we understand we are not alone, the better.
As always, ask questions. If you are struggling, ask for help.
What to be a guest?
This is part one of my two part conversation with Eliza Rickman. We listen to two of her songs and talk about music and the industry. She has toured with Welcome to Nightvale & Rasputina. She has worked with Jherek Bischoff & Jason Webley.
Part two will be a little more personal and talk about anxiety and struggles within relationships. That will be episode eight.
Episode 7 is up next. Brett will be joining me to talk about transactional relationships. We will also talk about internal change vs external and the ego.
Fun fact before I even got fully into rock music
There was folk/alternative
I still love that shit
the American Weekend album by Waxahatchee is the best ever
also Eliza Rickman is so talented we stan
I saw her live when I went to a podcast event… literally an actual angel.
here is an example of a waxahatchee song:
*Curtsies* Greetings, Duke! I'm not sure if you listen to this kind of stuff, but could you rec me some "twinkly" music? Whatever that comes to your mind. Thanks in advance! :D
*Curtsies* “Twinkly” isn’t really my forte, but you might try: Eliza Rickman’s album O, You Sinners, Agnes Obel’s Aventine (and if you like those two try Daughter), or if you want to try something real weird there’s Pearls Before Swine.