Society & Culture
The trauma of racial bullying can continue affecting people of colour for a long time. Jade Pattenden, who was born in Scotland and then moved to Canada at a young age, has used advice and techniques that she read in self-help books to overcome the trauma of bullying and even find empathy towards those who bullied her.
In this episode, we chat with Jade about moving forward after bullying and discovering that what you were bullied for can be your biggest asset.
Jade is the host of “I’m an Adult, Now What?”, a podcast aimed at anyone who’s trying to find their way as an adult. She works in Vancouver as an actor, background actor and model. Jade is biracial immigrant who spent the first half of her life in Scotland, before moving to Canada. Through trial and error she has slowly been navigating adulthood and feels it’s important to process childhood traumas in order to move forward into a healthy adulthood.
As always, there is some strong language in this episode so make sure to pop on those headphones.
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Podcast: I’m an adult, now what?
Books we mentioned:
Heal Your Body by Louise Hay
Let's Talk About Sex
Healing Trauma Through Poetry
Pop Culture Witchcraft
The Agenda Period
Finding Community After Immigrating
Trauma & Family Estrangement
I Call Bullshit
Life as an Exclusive Companion
Gender Identity + Gender Affirming Surgery
Sexual Abuse Prevention through Sex Education
Sex With Younger Men
Overcoming Bulimia and Self-doubt
Social Distancing + Isolation
When to Divorce Your Spouse
Cripping Up Sex with Eva
Homesickness + Searching For Identity
Sex Education for Parents & Kids
Trans Death Care
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