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When life gives you lemons, what do you do with them? Over here at The Squeeze—we talk about it—"it" being our mental health and well being. Host Taylor Lautner's (no, not that guy, but she is married to that guy) introduction to mental health was at a young age, witnessing friends and family suffer in ways she couldn't fully understand. She started a nursing career in the peak of the pandemic and has been struggling with her own mental health ever since. Tay is joined co-host, husband Taylor Lautner, in addition to celebrity and expert guests to further the conversation surrounding mental wellness. At the end of the day, we're all pretty similar; even those living in the lime-est of lights can be weighed down by sour lemons. In addition to sharing coping strategies and stories, we hope that above all, this podcast offers the comfort of knowing you are not alone.

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When your hosts started this podcast, they never dreamt they would have someone like today’s guest on the show. It is truly a dream come true to offer Madison Baloy a platform to share her story, a story that’s impacted so many through her platforms and beyond. Diagnosed with Stage 4 terminal cancer and having undergone a colostomy, Madison joins the Lautners to discuss her diagnosis and to reveal how she’s navigating life in the aftermath with such positivity, vulnerability, and authenticity. She explains what “terminal” means, talks about getting her awesome head tattoo, and shares her experience of having to engage in end-of-life conversations at only 26 years old. She also expands on her bucket list and the incredible things that have come from it going viral. While she did not choose to be part of medical discourse or the disabled community, she is taking this opportunity to live life on her terms and offer representation to anyone who can relate.   You can follow Madison @fruitsnackmaddy  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Brooklinen — Visit in-store or online at Brooklinen.com and use code thesqueeze for $20 off your order of $100 or more   Squeezed.com — Go to Squeezed.com for same day local delivery or Free Fast delivery nationwide with code THESQUEEZE  Caraway — Visit Carawayhome.com/SQUEEZE to take advantage of this limited-time offer for 10% off your next purchase. Or use code SQUEEZE at checkout  Alo Moves — Go to AloMoves.com now and use code THESQUEEZE30 for an exclusive 30-day free trial and enjoy 20% off an annual membership  Hungryroot — Right now, Hungryroot is offering The Squeeze listeners 40% off your first delivery and free veggies for life. Just go to Hungryroot.com/THESQUEEZE  Calamigos Guest Ranch and Beach Club is a luxury destination resort and private members club located in the Malibu mountains. With a focus on family and fun, the property includes a range of activities like pickle-ball, hiking, paddle-boarding, horseback riding, cooking classes, and relaxing offerings including a full spa, sound baths, and yoga. With over 50 bungalow style rooms and 4 pools, this vast resort offers a private members club with programming for all. There is something for everyone at Calamigos Guest Ranch, so be sure to check out @calamigosguestranch and www.calamigosguestranch.com to book your next romantic retreat, family getaway, or relaxing staycation.  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast   To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brothers Scott and Matt Thomas, Parmalee bandmates, join the Lautners today to discuss a robbery-turned-shoot-out that left Scott in a coma for 10 days. They take us back to their lives in 2010 prior to the incident, and detail that terrible day—Scott still remembers the feeling of being shot like it was yesterday. They speak about the recovery process, sharing a hospital floor with their attackers, and the trial, where Matt chose to testify. They discuss the mental health journey that has accompanied this tragedy, and the tools they’ve implemented to help them along the way.   Be sure to follow @parmaleemusic and check out the music video for Gonna Love You, which includes a powerful retelling of the shooting.  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Ritual — Get 25% off your first month at ritual.com/THESQUEEZE. Start Ritual or add Essential For Women 18+ to your subscription today.  Cerebral — Get started at cerebral.com/couples and use code thesqueeze to get 15% off your first month. Offer only valid on monthly plans. Other exclusions may apply. See site for details.  Clarins — Go to clarins.com/thesqueeze with promo code THESQUEEZE and get Multi-Active Day & Night Cream for 10% OFF, A FREE WELCOME GIFT, PLUS FREE SHIPPING on your first order  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast    To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Karen Kingsbury knows a thing or two about writing books, with over 70 of them published. She joins the Lautners today to discuss her first film adaptation of a novel, Someone Like You, with part of the proceeds going to 10 non-profits, one of them being Lemons! Karen shares how she got into writing and how she got her start in journalism. She talks about the feeling of putting out her first book, what keeps her motivated, and how beneficial writing has been to her mental health. She shares why Someone Like You was chosen to be turned into a film, and how she came up with the high-concept story. Lastly, she shares why she was compelled to share the proceeds and how she chose the 10 recipients.    Be sure to follow Karen @karenkingsbury and check out Someone Like You in a theatre near you: https://www.someonelikeyou.movie/  Thanks to our awesome sponsor for supporting this episode:  Vessi: Step into Summer fun activities with Vessi. Visit vessi.com/THESQUEEZE for an automatic 15% off your first purchase at checkout!  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast    To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Where the hell have you been, Loca?! It’s been way too long since your hosts sat down for a solo episode, so get comfortable—there’s lots to cover! They chat New Year's Resolutions (naturally, in March) before diving into a game of Citrus Got Real. They fill us in on football, birthdays, upcoming projects and more, then dive into Tea Time with Tay. Plus, they officially announce the name of their advice segment, Slice of Advice! They offer their best take on everything from friendship, body image, and cats to workaholics, panic attacks, and scrub mommys. Enjoy!   Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode!  Alo Moves — Go to AloMoves.com now and use code SQUEEZE30 for an exclusive 30-day free trial and enjoy 20% off an annual membership  Astepro — Go to Asteproallergy.com for a discount so you can Astepro and Go! today. Use as directed for relief of nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing and itchy nose due to allergies.  Nutrafol — For a limited time, Nutrafol is offering our listeners $10 off your first month’s subscription and free shipping when you go to Nutrafol.com and enter the promo code THESQUEEZE  Clarins — Go to clarins.com/thesqueeze with promo code THESQUEEZE and get Multi-Active Day & Night Cream for 10% OFF, A FREE WELCOME GIFT, PLUS FREE SHIPPING on your first order  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast    To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For the first time ever, The Lautners welcome back a past guest, Dr. Amen, for another conversation on mental wellness, this time for children. Whether you’re a parent, want to be a parent, or have no desire to be a parent, Dr. Amen offers insight into relationships and development that we’re certain you can apply to your life in some way. Dr. Amen explains why he wanted to write a book with Dr. Charles Fay and tackle what is missing from most parenting books—brain health! He explains the importance of special time, active listening, and letting children make affordable mistakes. There is undeniably a youth mental health crisis, and Dr. Amen hopes that by offering a “parenting manual” that encourages firm, kind parenting, children will have a better chance at mental strength from the very start.   Be sure to follow Dr. Amen @doc_amen and pre-order his new book, Raising Mentally Strong Kids: How to Combine the Power of Neuroscience with Love and Logic to Grow Confident, Kind, Responsible, and Resilient Children and Young Adults  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode!   Caraway — Visit Carawayhome.com/THESQUEEZE or use code THESQUEEZE at checkout to take advantage of this limited-time offer for 10% off your next purchase  Cerebral — Cerebral is giving our listeners 15% off their first month of online therapy, medication or both. Get started at cerebral.Com/podcast and use code thesqueeze to make 2024 your best year yet. Offer only valid on monthly plans. Other exclusions may apply. See site for details  Honeylove — Get 20% OFF @honeylove by going to honeylove.com/THESQUEEZE! #honeylovepod  Clarins — Go to clarins.com/thesqueeze with promo code THESQUEEZE and get Multi-Active Day & Night Cream for 10% OFF, A FREE WELCOME GIFT, PLUS FREE SHIPPING on your first order  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast    To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TW: substance, emotional, physical abuse   Social media sensation and powerhouse singer-songwriter Alex Warren joins the Lautners to discuss his challenging childhood that made him who he is today as a friend, partner, and artist. Alex lost his father to cancer at the age of 9, and his mother a few years ago to addiction. He suffered emotional and physical abuse at the hands of his mother, before being kicked out at the age of 18. He was homeless and started posting content on the internet, then watched as his life quickly took a turn. Despite millions of followers tracking his every move, he’s opening up now like never before in his music. In addition to sharing his childhood with us, he opens up about current family dynamics with his siblings, his outlook on death, and the most cathartic song he’s ever written. Lastly, he talks about his fiancé, Kouvr, and the incredible support she’s been in his life.  Be sure to follow Alex @alexwaarren    Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Cerebral — To get started on your path towards better mental health, cerebral is giving our listeners 15% off their first month of online therapy, medication or both. Get started at Cerebral.Com/podcast and use code thesqueeze to make 2024 your best year yet. Offer only valid on monthly plans. Other exclusions may apply. See site for details  Brooklinen — Shop 20% off everything, plus up to 45% off bundles during Brooklinen’s Sleep Week Sale happening now, in-store or online at Brooklinen.com  Ritual — Get 25% off your first month for a limited time at ritual.com/THESQUEEZE. Start Ritual or add Essential For Women 18+ to your subscription today  Vessi — Step into Spring travel activities with Vessi. Visit vessi.com/THESQUEEZE for an automatic 15% off your first purchase at checkout! Enjoy free shipping to CA, US, AU, JP, TW, KR, SGP    To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast    To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today’s episode, the two Tays sit down with Dr. Judy Ho to get into all things attachment styles. Dr. Judy is a Board Certified Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, an author, and a TV and podcast host, so you could say she knows a thing or two when it comes to today’s topic. Starting at the beginning for those new to attachment, Dr. Judy explains the four attachment styles: secure attachment, anxious attachment, avoidant attachment, and disorganized attachment. The three then dive into what factors contribute to someone’s style, misconceptions people often have regarding attachment styles, and how someone’s attachment style can affect their mental and physical health. Plus, Dr. Judy provides tips for those who seek to alter their attachment style as well as advice for parents or role models of children to help develop a secure attachment. For more information on Dr. Judy’s work, attachment styles and where to preorder her new book, The New Rules of Attachment, visit her website https://drjudyho.com/! You can follow her on social media @drjudyho.  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/THESQUEEZE and use our promo code THESQUEEZE at checkout to save five dollars off your order!  Daily Harvest - Visit dailyharvest.com/thesqueeze to get $30 off your first box plus free shipping.  Blissy - Get better sleep now with Blissy and use SQUEEZE to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/SQUEEZE.  Nutrafol - Nutrafol is offering our listeners $10 off your first month’s subscription and free shipping when you go to nutrafol.com and enter the promo code THESQUEEZE.    To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast    To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MAX: Not A Nepo Baby

MAX: Not A Nepo Baby

2024-02-2152:29

Today the Lautners welcome performer MAX to The Squeeze to discuss his journey with music, therapy, and polyps on his vocal cords that had him fearing the end of his career. The episode starts with an unexpected story from Tay that you can’t miss, followed by a very important Citrus-Got Real discussion on corgis. The three then dive into Max’s love of music and performing, balancing being a husband, father, and musician, and his experience with therapy both alone and with his partner. He shares how the birth of his daughter transformed his way of thinking before discussing the very real possibility of losing his voice a few years back after discovering polyps on his vocal cords. Lastly, he shares the inspiration behind his new single, STUPID IN LOVE, before playing Lemon 7.  Be sure to follow MAX @maxmusic, and check out his album, Love in Stereo, featuring the single STUPID IN LOVE  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Squeezed.com — Get same day local delivery or Free Fast delivery nationwide with code THESQUEEZE at squeezed.com  Vessi — Step into the New Year with Vessi. Visit vessi.com/THESQUEEZE for 15% off your first purchase! Enjoy free shipping to CA, US, AU, JP, TW, KR, SGP  Quince — Go to Quince.com/thesqueeze for free shipping on your order and 365-day returns.   Apostrophe — Get your first visit for only $5 at Apostrophe.com/THESQUEEZE when you use our code: THESQUEEZE. That’s a savings of $15! Go to Apostrophe.com/THESQUEEZE and click Get Started, then use our code THESQUEEZE at sign up and you’ll get your first visit for only $5!   To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast   To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bachelor Nation’s fireball and podcast queen Kaitlyn Bristowe joins the Lautners to discuss her journey with therapy and navigating life in the public eye. She opens up about her time at the Hoffman inner-child-work retreat, and the work she’s done throughout her life to acquire coping skills. She talks about a life-changing breakup in her 20s from which she ended up addicted to valium, and how therapy brought her out of that dark place. She discusses the fine line that is her relationship with alcohol and the harsh realities of going through a public breakup. Then, the three play a fun Valentine’s Day edition of Sweet and Sour that has them chatting man buns, pet names, and more. Enjoy! Be sure to follow @kaitlynbristowe, @offthevinepodcast, @spadeandsparrows, and of course, @misophonia_misery Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode: Hungryroot — Go to Hungryroot.com/THESQUEEZE, to get 40% off your first delivery and get your free veggies for life Squeezed.com — Get Same day local delivery or Free Fast delivery nationwide with code THESQUEEZE at squeezed.com Blissy — Get better sleep now with Blissy and use SQUEEZE to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/SQUEEZE Ritual — No more shady business. Ritual’s Essential for Women 18+ is a multivitamin you can actually trust. Get 20% off your first month for a limited time at ritual.com/THESQUEEZE. Start Ritual or add Essential For Women 18+ to your subscription today To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When it comes to mental health, today’s guest is known for putting hers front and center through her incredible music. In this episode, Tay and Taylor get to hear all about Chelsea Cutler’s journey to becoming the artist she is today; plus, we find out she’s boy Tay’s birthday buddy! Chelsea shares when she first found herself gravitating toward music and how she reached the decision to drop out of college and pursue music full-time, a choice that often still feels very surreal. She opens up about the importance of low-maintenance friendships, the reality of our devices affecting our mental health, the boundaries she sets while on tour, and facing the pressure of always feeling we need to be doing more. Her new album, Stellaria, is all about the beauty around us and the value of being present. So, be sure to stay present through this episode, Lemon Drops – it's a good one.  Make sure to follow Chelsea @chelseacutler, check out her new album Stellaria and grab your tickets for the Beauty is Everywhere Tour!  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Apostrophe — Get your first consultation visit with a dermatologist for only $5 with our special code THESQUEEZE at apostrophe.com/thesqueeze  Caraway — Visit Carawayhome.com/THESQUEEZE to take advantage of this limited-time offer for 10% off your next purchase. This deal is exclusive for our listeners, so visit Carawayhome.com/THESQUEEZE or use code THESQUEEZE at checkout.  Cerebral — Cerebral is giving our listeners 15% off their first month of online therapy, medication or both. Get started at Cerebral.com/podcast and use code thesqueeze. Offer only valid on monthly plans. Other exclusions may apply. See site for details.  Squeezed.com — Get same day local delivery or Free Fast delivery nationwide with code THESQUEEZE at squeezed.com  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast   To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Tracy Dalgleish is a clinical psychologist who has been working with individuals and couples for 17 years. She joins the Lautners for a relationship deep-dive, covering everything from codependency to long-distance. She shares the strategies that are essential to building healthy romantic relationships, citing the “5 C’s” found in her book: curiosity, compassion, collaboration, and connection. She discusses the goal of interdependence (acknowledging you are two separate people) and the impact the state of your relationship can have on your mental health. Lastly, she offers tips to reignite the spark and maintain connection.   Be sure to listen to Dr. Tracy’s podcast, I’m Not Your Shrink and get her book I Didn’t Sign Up For This: A couples therapist shares real-life stories of breaking patterns and finding joy in relationships…including her own. You can follow her on social media @drtracyd.  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Alo Moves — Get a free 30-day Alo Moves subscription by going to alomoves.com and use code THESQUEEZE (all caps)  Squeezed.com — Get same day local delivery or Free Fast delivery nationwide with code THESQUEEZE at Squeezed.com  Blissy — Get better sleep now with Blissy and use SQUEEZE to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/SQUEEZE  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast   To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TW: emotional abuse   At only 22 years old, Olympian, World and Pan Am’s Champion Jordan Chiles has a lifetime of stories to tell. She joins the Lautners to discuss all that goes into becoming an athlete of her caliber, growing up the youngest of 5, and her far-from-traditional childhood as she progressed rapidly through her sport. She discusses separating Jordan the person from Jordan the Olympian and shares her favorite ways to disconnect from it all. She is no stranger to the downside of social media, so you’ll catch her pinning away on Pinterest before scrolling any other platform. She is also brave enough to open up to the Lautners about the abuse she suffered from a former coach and the long-lasting repercussions she’s had to deal with to this day. She offers sincere advice to others dealing with bullying and body shaming, what she’s most proud of, and what we can expect next from the girl who never stops.  Keep up with all things Jordan here  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Hungryroot — Go to Hungryroot.com/THESQUEEZE to get 40% off your first delivery and get your free veggies for life  Squeezed.com — Get same day local delivery or Free Fast delivery nationwide with code THESQUEEZE at Squeezed.com  Vessi — Step into the New Year with Vessi. Visit vessi.com/THESQUEEZE for 15% off your first purchase! Enjoy free shipping to CA,US, AU, JP, TW, KR, SGP  Apostrophe — Get your first visit for only five dollars at Apostrophe.COM/THESQUEEZE when you use our code: THESQUEEZE. Just go to Apostrophe.COM/THESQUEEZE and click Get Started, then use our code THESQUEEZE at sign up     To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast   To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week’s episode of Squeezon 2 (shoutout to Boy Tay for that pun) features two highly requested guests who also happen to be family; Makena Moore (formerly Lautner) and her husband Jacob Moore! We’ve heard the story of how Tay & Taylor came to be from their own perspective, but what does their matchmaker Makena recall from the early days of their relationship? And, what made her believe her new friend Tay would be a potential match for her brother? She’s answering these questions and sharing what went down behind the scenes. While Makena and Taylor clearly have a close sibling bond, that doesn’t mean that Taylor’s fame was easy to navigate for his younger sister. Makena opens up about the not-so-shiny parts of having a famous brother and how his success has affected her own identity. Jake and Makena also open up about their very own love story and their baby boy Breckon who has forever altered their lives (and their aunt and uncle’s lives!). Parenthood changes things (to say the least), and Makena and Jake open up about Makena’s postpartum depression and why she’s decided to change the way mamas look for answers to their many questions. There are plenty of laughs and also some tears as these four let the Lemon Drops into the intimate inner workings of their family.  Be sure to follow @mrsmakenamoore @mrjbmoore and check out @mysupportingmamas & www.mysupportingmamas.com   Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Ritual - Get 40% off your first month for a limited time at ritual.com/THESQUEEZE. This offer is only available through January 31st. Start Ritual or add Essential For Women 18+ to your subscription today.  Squeezed – Go to squeezed.com and get same day local delivery or Free Fast delivery nationwide with code THESQUEEZE  Cerebral - Cerebral is giving our listeners 15% off their first month of online therapy, medication or both. Get started at cerebral.com/podcast and use code thesqueeze. Offer only valid on monthly plans. Other exclusions may apply. See site for details.  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast   To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy New Year, Lemon Drops! We are starting Season 2 off with a bang as the Lautners are sitting down with actress and Dancing with the Stars champion, Xochitl Gomez. Xochitl talks about her background that led her into acting, what it’s like to often be the youngest on set, the process of auditioning for the role of America Chavez and what it’s like to be a part of the Marvel Multiverse. She shares how she copes with the negatives that come with fame such as social media bullying and how she combats the negativity. Xochitl dives into the importance of surrounding herself with a great group of friends whom she leans on whenever she needs a positive distraction and how setting healthy boundaries has helped her to worry less about things that are outside of her control. As if her acting career isn’t impressive enough, Xochitl recently brought home the Mirrorball trophy and will be going on tour with the cast. She shares exciting plans to document the experience for us all to see! Welcome to Season 2, Lemon Drops; we can't wait to show you what we've got in store. If you’re interested in seeing Xochitl perform on Dancing with the Stars Live, you can find tickets here: https://www.dwtstour.com/. Make sure you follow Xochitl on socials @_xochitl.gomez. Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode: Squeezed – Go to squeezed.com and get same day local delivery or Free Fast delivery nationwide with code THESQUEEZE  Hungryroot - Go to hungryroot.com/THESQUEEZE to get 40% off your first delivery and free veggies for life Blissy - Use code SQUEEZE and get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/SQUEEZE To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast  To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lemon Drops, we've officially reached the end of Season 1! We can’t believe how far this passion project has come in under a year and to celebrate, we invite you to join us for a special episode of The Squeeze as your hosts look back on some of their favorite moments of 2023 and look forward to what’s to come in Season 2. We’ll see you right back here in January every Wednesday! In the meantime, a big thanks to everyone who’s joined us on the show, supported the show, showed us some love on social, and even those very special Lemon Drops we’ve had the chance to meet in person; we cherish those moments above all else. Cheers to Season 1, and here’s to Season 2!  Hannah Brown: https://www.instagram.com/hannahbrown/?hl=en  Lindsay Vonn: https://www.instagram.com/lindseyvonn/?hl=en  Emmanuel Acho: https://www.instagram.com/emmanuelacho/?hl=en  Emma Myers: https://www.instagram.com/ememyers/?hl=en  Zac Clark: https://www.instagram.com/zwclark/?hl=en  Anna Sitar: https://www.instagram.com/annaxsitar/?hl=en  Dr. Sasha: https://www.instagram.com/thepsychdoctormd/?hl=en  Kevin Hines: https://www.instagram.com/kevinhinesstory/?hl=en  Victor and Libby Boyce: https://www.instagram.com/thecameronboycefoundation/?hl=en  Charli D’Amelio: https://www.instagram.com/charlidamelio/?hl=en  Dr: Amen: https://www.instagram.com/doc_amen/?hl=en  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast  To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week the Lautners engage in an insightful conversation with Dr. David Rosmarin, a clinical psychologist, scientist, educator, and author. Together, they discuss the distinction between stress and anxiety and the societal tendency to over medicate those with an anxiety diagnosis. Dr. Rosmarin presents a refreshing perspective, emphasizing that anxiety isn't inherently negative and can be leveraged positively. He shares his approaches to navigating anxiety, and together they discuss how anxiety can enhance relationships and contribute to self-awareness, resilience, and spirituality. They also discuss his advice on setting boundaries with family during the holiday season, and supporting loved ones during difficult times. This episode offers tools for personal growth and supporting loved ones when it comes to navigating anxiety, especially as we enter the holiday season.   Be sure to follow @dhrosmarin, visit his website dhrosmarin.com and check out his book Thriving with Anxiety.  Thanks to our awesome sponsor for supporting this episode:  Factor— Head to factormeals.com/thesqueeze50 and use code thesqueeze50 to get 50% off  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast  To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tay & Taylor have been long-time fans of today’s guest, so they’re excited to hear from the musician himself as he opens up about his mental health, his songwriting process, and his daily life with OCD and ADHD. Alec Benjamin didn’t find music until high school, but once he did his life was forever changed. He shares several stories of how he first discovered that his brain worked a little differently and how as a result, trying to fit into the system that society has setup has not come easy. Once he learned to open up through his music, a whole new set of mental health struggles came about: navigating life on tour, dealing with immediate audience feedback, and constantly facing the pressure of success. The Lautners and Alec talk about how exercise and therapy are two tools that they all turn to in order to manage their mental health. Plus, the Lautners hear how OCD affects Alec’s day to day, the surprising cover song you won’t be able to find online, and how he came up with his new song: I Sent My Therapist To Therapy.  Be sure to follow @alecbenjamin and check out the music video for I Sent My Therapist To Therapy  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Article —Go to ARTICLE.COM/THESQUEEZE for $50 off your first purchase of $100 or more  SKIMS — The Fits Everybody collection and more perfect-fit essentials are available now at SKIMS.com. Plus, get free shipping on orders over $75! After you place your order, be sure to let them know we sent you! Select "podcast" in the survey and be sure to select our show in the dropdown menu that follows. And if you are looking for the perfect gifts for the whole family - SKIMS just launched their biggest Holiday Gift Shop ever - also available at SKIMS.com  Jenni Kayne — Find your forever pieces @jennikayne and get 15% off with promo code THESQUEEZE at jennikayne.com/THESQUEEZE! #jennikaynepartner  Ritual — Ritual is offering our listeners 30% off during your first month. Visit ritual.com/THESQUEEZE to start Ritual or add Essential For Women 18+ to your subscription today  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast  To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is a super exciting episode for your hosts! Taylor, in particular, is a huge fan of Dan Griffith, aka Gryffin. They dive into the life of a DJ, from the schedule to the environment that many people get caught up in. First, they go back to the beginning and learn where his love of music came from and how he actually went to school for engineering. Dan talks about the moment he took a leap and decided to pursue music, and learning the importance of delegation and having boundaries. He shares the role his wife plays in his life and career, and the importance of prioritizing his relationship. Lastly, he shares what the next year is going to look like, teases new music, and tackles a few Lemon 11 questions.  Be sure to follow Gryffin on Instagram and TikTok, @gryffin  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Blissy — Get better sleep now with Blissy and use THESQUEEZE to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/THESQUEEZE  OUAI — Go to theouai.com for 15% off sitewide when you enter promo code THESQUEEZE  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast  To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Socks, crocs, and jealousy, oh my! This week’s solo episode covers everything under the lemon tree as your hosts answer your questions! First, they recap their first Lemons Foundation gala, sharing how it truly could not have gone better and the importance of hosting it on a rooftop. They talk about how quickly this year has flown by and Megan Fox’s new poetry book (and one poem in particular that really had them thinking) before diving into Tea Time with Tay(s). They talk about jealousy, fame, dating, outside opinions on their relationship, and who they would be most starstruck to meet.  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Liquid I.V. — Grab your Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier Sugar-Free in bulk nationwide at Costco or you can get 20% off when you go to LIQUIDIV.COM and use code THESQUEEZE at checkout  Factor — Head to FACTORMEALS.com/thesqueeze50 and use code thesqueeze50 to get 50% off  OneSkin — Get 15% off OneSkin with the code THESQUEEZE at https://www.oneskin.co/ #oneskinpod  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast  To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TW: suicide, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, substance abuse  If you or someone you know is at risk of suicide, please call the Lifeline: 988  When your hosts first started this podcast, they knew they wanted to have today’s guests on the show. Harlie and Robin Monroe, sister and mother of Tay’s high school friend Jared, join the Lautners today to discuss the heartbreaking events that led to Jared taking his life and their foundation, The Jared Monroe Foundation, which supports students with bipolar disorder. They go back to the very beginning, when the family adopted Jared, discuss his marijuana use, which acted as a major trigger for his diagnosis, and share details on the various manic episodes he endured. They talk about their unique grief journeys, the importance of having a community around you, and offer words of encouragement to Tay, saying just how proud her friend Jared would be of what she’s doing today.  Be sure to visit jaredmonroefoundation.org  Thanks to our awesome sponsors for supporting this episode:  Beam — If you want to try Beam’s best-selling Dream Powder, take advantage of their biggest sale of the year and get up to 50% off for a limited time when you go to shopbeam.com/THESQUEEZE   Marine Layer — Find your new favorite fits and get 15% off @marinelayer with our exclusive link marinelayer.com/THESQUEEZE. #marinelayerpod  Jenni Kayne — Find your forever pieces @jennikayne and get 25% off at jennikayne.com/thesqueeze! #jennikaynepartner  To email us your questions or share your story, you can reach out to lautner.thesqueezepodcast@gmail.com. Be sure to rate, review, and follow the podcast so you don't miss an episode! Plus, follow us on Instagram, @thesqueeze and personally @taylautner and @taylorlautner + on TikTok @thesqueezepodcast  To learn more from The Lemons Foundation, follow @lemonsbytay on Instagram and visit lemonsbytay.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Heather C

what is the name of the skincare line?? not sure if I can find the spelling on the podcast/castbox

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