“Cancel Culture” seems to be today’s current climate if what you say aloud doesn’t conform with societal norms. While there’s a huge risk if you “Say [Unpolishedly] Anything,” Dr. Boca & Rachel Silver-Cohen aren’t afraid to speak up and tackle the tough talk. In the finale episode of Season 2, we say exactly what’s on our unpolished minds as it relates to the phenomenon of cancel culture in the hopes it won’t land us in the unpolishedly cancelled corner!
Hey Brother! Hey Sister!
From the moment we are born, the sibling seeds are deeply planted in the foundation of family. Some seeds are firmly rooted and grow into best friendship and camaraderie while others forming on less fertile ground have more unpolished weather patterns to contend with. In this episode, Dr. Boca & Rachel Silver-Cohen examine the fascinating albeit unpolished dynamics between brothers and sisters and share some of their very own sibling stories of both rivalry and camaraderie!
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When it comes to Perimenopause, it certainly seems as if we’ve hit the unpolished “pause” button! The only thing consistent about Perimenopause is the erratic inconsistencies of not just the “flowing” and going of eggs releasing in our bodies but let us not forget the concerning symptoms when you jump on this female rollercoaster of an unpolished ride!
In this episode, Dr. Boca & Rachel Silver-Cohen break down the wreckage (and the uterine lining) on all things Perimenopause and “shed” some light on what to expect when you’re not expecting your body to transition into the next phase of womanhood!
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If Seinfeld was a show about nothing, today’s podcast might as well be an episode of Seinfeld! Were we just not as prepared for this episode as we’ve been in the past, or are we just that unpolished to record a podcast about basically NOTHING? Tune in and find out what Dr. Boca & Rachel Silver-Cohen are chatting about this week! It could be something, or it could very well be absolutely NOTHING!
As parents (and people) we MUST stay informed and continue to educate ourselves (and our children)on the dangers of tampered opioids sold on the streets. The number of accidental deaths due to drugs laced with Fentanyl and other poisonous synthetics is staggering.
In today’s episode, Dr. Boca and Rachel Silver-Cohen have a sobering discussion about every parent’s worst nightmare. Drug experimentation in today’s world is a game of high stakes. There simply are no winners; You lose and then you die. This podcast is a MUST listen and a MUST share to help spread awareness on the dire consequences of dirty street drugs. Our kids’ lives depend on it!
So many of us suffer with body image issues even if we know “intellectually” we are pretty damn PHAT! In today’s episode, Dr. Boca and Rachel Silver-Cohen open up and share their own unpolished perceptions of body image in an effort to help others learn how to love themselves no matter what! Our self worth tastes just as delicious as pizza and pasta so we must remember to repeat on the daily the unpolished mantra,”I’M SO PHAT!”
In a world where everyone is (over)sharing their every move perhaps because of social media, it’s no wonder good old fashioned privacy has taken a back seat! While secrets certainly aren’t meant for the masses, having privacy in some areas of your life is in fact important for maintaining healthy boundaries. In this episode, Dr. Boca & Rachel Silver-Cohen take a deep dive into the so-called unpolished phenomena of secrets vs. privacy.
While the topic of death might not be the popular choice when you’re sitting around a table at a dinner party, it does lend itself to some fascinating conversations about how we deal (or don’t deal) with mortality. Talking about the inevitability of death can be both awkward and uncomfortable, because it strikes a nerve that taps right into our fears and vulnerabilities of loss. In this episode, emotions run the unpolished gamut when Dr. Boca and Rachel Silver-Cohen’s heartstrings are tugged as they share their personal stories of having lost a loved one versus the anxiety produced at even the mere notion of losing a loved one and how it’s shaped them for better or worse. This episode, much like death, is unpolishedly real and raw.