Chatting with Dr. Hoffman about how to navigate online dating, the difference between a secure vs. insecure relationship, and the best way to get through a breakup.
The TikTok creator and model on sharing her eating disorder with the world and how she maintains a healthy relationship with social media when her work revolves around it.
After an anorexia diagnosis and an injury forced the Alpine ski racer to take a break from her sport, she was forced to rethink her relationship to rest and productivity.
Talking to the content creator about the importance of bringing mental health into the social justice conversation and the impact of the model minority myth on mental health.
Known as The Broke Black Girl, Kennedy is the rare financial educator who speaks in a language that everyone can understand.
Talking to a relationship psychologist about the growing acceptance of consensual non-monogamy, how to navigate infidelity, and thinking outside the traditional relationship box.
Talking to the chef, writer, and TV host about the connection between food and mental health, the impact of childhood trauma, and what real wellness looks like.
We caught up with the dating expert and podcast host Lindsey Metselaar about why she started "We Met at Acme," her top tips for navigating the dating world, and her journey to sobriety.
To help you build trust with a little more ease, we spoke with relationship therapist Tory Eletto about how to build and repair trust, how to quiet relationship anxiety, and how to recognize when something feels off.
How sharing her self-care journey on social media helped the graphic designer combat social anxiety and rethink her career.
Olympic fencer Race Imboden on the weirdest Olympics in history, the pressures of being a star athlete, and protesting the IOC.
A licensed therapist and wellness coach on navigating big life changes.
Speaking to sports psychologist Dr. Hillary Cauthen about the connection between emotions and exercise and how that science is influencing pro athletes today.
The fashion consultant on reconnecting with her self-worth after a big career change and the importance of setting work boundaries to protect your energy.
Daisy Dolan starts each day by writing two postcards to people explaining why she is grateful for them.
The famed model connects with Inner Piece’s Sadie Newman for an honest conversation about mental health during unprecedented times.
Lila Drew has been writing songs since she was 9 years old and has had to navigate many creative and personal challenges along the way.
In his new film, Purple Mountains, pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones sits down to talk (and ride) with climate change skeptics in the hopes of reaching greater understanding.
Model Sadie Newman works in an industry that’s focused on portraying perfection to the outside world. But she quickly realized things were a lot more complex beneath the surface and created Inner Piece as safe space for meaningful conversations about mental health.
Indy Severe (or Indy Blue) the internet mogul behind Lonely Ghost, talks with us in one of our most vulnerable interviews to date.
Ryan Tedder of One Republic in conversation with our co-founder Peiman, as part of our Thinking of You series.
Addison Easterling came on our Thinking of You series to chat how she always remains optimistic, about her recent career blow up, and her life in quarantine.
We checked in with our friend and model, Vale Genta, on her quarantine routine, social media relationship, and how she's approached her 2020 goals in this new era.
We were extremely honored to have the pioneer of meditation and mindfulness, Deepak Chopra, on our Thinking of You series.
Jeff Sparr, artist and co-founder of PeaceLove, an organization that promotes mental wellness by using creativity and expression to inspire, heal, and communicate.
On Thursday, we brought back Madhappy's friend Jesse Israel for some guided meditation and honest conversation with our own co-founder Peiman.
On Monday, we had the privilege to have Murray Hidary, creator of MindTravel, take us on a musical journey.
Yesterday, we had holistic nutritionist and wellness advocate Bianca Valle on to chat about the mind-body connection as our fourth installment of Thinking of You.
On Friday, we welcomed Kim Egel, licensed therapist and Madhappy friend, to answer all our questions on navigating this new reality!
On Thursday, we welcomed our friend Nate Brown on Thinking of You and learned how to think about quarantine a little bit differently to help get through this together.
Last Wednesday, we kicked off our Thinking of You livestream series with a session on Staying Kind, Calm, Active & Connected with the JED Foundation.
This week we are welcoming Gina Canter. Gina is an artist, author, and close friend of the brands. We have worked with her to create artwork of our Pop-Up's.
This week we are welcoming the mental-health-stigma busting mama and Sad Girl Queen, Elyse Fox! Elyse started Sad Girls Club as a community to ignite honest conversations around mental health for millennials and Gen Z in 2017. With one of my favorite Mental Health instagram accounts out there, we asked Elyse about social media, boundaries, love.
Meet Kim Egel, a licensed therapist from San Diego. We wanted to bring Kim on the blog to get a true professional perspective on all things mental health and wellness.
We caught up with our friend Farley who has built his career around his passion for writing and food. Enjoy a great convo about how he’s worked to deal with mental health challenges throughout his life. Follow him as he continues his journey in the food world.
Hey everyone! Noah Raf here (Co-Founder of Madhappy). Got to sit down with our latest local optimist, Garrett Leight – a great person and founder of Garrett Leight and Company.
We got the chance to interview a new friend of ours, Liz Beecroft – an awesome person and huge mental health advocate on the BLOG today for National Suicide Prevention Day. We just did a panel together in NYC last week on mental health in the fashion space and we wanted to get her on as soon as could!
We are excited to bring you an interview with the one and only Bobby Kim aka Bobby Hundreds, Co-Founder of The Hundreds and a great human. We have been huge huge fans of the brand since we were lining up for their Black Friday sales back in 2009 and had the chance to become friends over the past few months.
This week we sat down with Jesse Israel, a good friend of ours, to discuss the life-changing benefits of meditation, his journey, and how his past struggles with mental health have lead him to his career today!
We sat down with Liv Perez to discuss past, present, and future career initiatives, the importance of prioritizing mental health, and System of Service!
We sat down with Brandon to talk Mental Health, Social Media, and Career Ambitions!