Normalize the Conversation

A series aimed at creating open, authentic conversations on mental health. At Inspiring My Generation, we are focused on not only starting the conversation on mental health, but also providing space and tools for a supportive, validating conversations. The objective is to amplify the voices of our mental health community while providing information on various mental health conditions and symptoms from mental health professionals and / or individuals with lived experience.

No matter who you are or what you are going through, you are NOT alone. We hope our series helps you feel seen. If you are interested in being a guest, please submit the form at the bottom of the page.

Wake Up With Mason: Creating Your Own Routine with Mason Matthew Normalize The Conversation

Meet Mason Matthew: 9 year old author of Wake Up With Mason   In this episode of Normalize The Conversation, Mason Matthew, shares how his mom instilled in him the importance of having a daily routine. Mason used his daily routine to gain the discipline he needed to learn French. Then, Mason decided to write a book that his peers could use to create their own routine. Join us to learn more about Mason and his routine.   Normalize The Conversation is hosted by Francesca Reicherter, Founder and President of Inspiring My Generation Corporation. — Support this podcast:
  1. Wake Up With Mason: Creating Your Own Routine with Mason Matthew
  2. The Ins and Outs of Family Intervention Services with Melissa Fulgieri
  3. Women and Self-Care: What You Should Know with Alana Walker
  4. Mental Health, Authenticity, and Vulnerability with Riel John-Baptiste
  5. Goal Setting and Achieving Broken Down with Anamika Yaduvanshi


Disclaimer: Inspiring My Generation is dedicated to providing a safe place for open mental health conversations that offer support and information on what has worked for others. Please note, mental health is not a “one size fits all” and what works for some may not work for others. Although education is an importance piece of our series, it is up to you to conduct your own research, connect with medical professionals, and determine what is best for you.