Noah Gundersen

Feb 7, 2020

Noah Gundersen

On Showing Up, Therapy, And Being Vulnerable

Noah Gundersen

Episode Details

In this episode, TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski talks with musician Noah Gundersen about what it means to be vulnerable on and off stage, how he learned to stop trying to justify his mental health experience, and why sometimes simply showing up is the best thing you can do for people struggling.

Noah’s newest album “Lover” is out now and he is currently on tour, where TWLOHA joined him for several shows in both the US and the UK.

“I think the thing with mental health is that you can't fix other people's mental health, but you can show up for them and make yourself available and just listen.”

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This episode of the TWLOHA podcast was hosted by Jamie Tworkowski and produced by Lindsay Kolsch and Mark Codgen, with editorial support by Rebecca Ebert. Music assistance was provided by James Likeness and Ben Tichenor.


music, depression, therapy, mental health, stigma
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