What does it take to return back home as a star, after delivering a few iconic performances at the X-Factor?
How does a young musician, raised in the Middle East, take care of her mental, emotional and physical wellbeing, after growing a unique fanbase over the duration of the past few years?
Today’s guest host, Malak El Husseiny, joins us to talk about Mental Health. We discuss how artists like herself live and maintain a healthy and quality lifestyle! Malak also shares some of her tips on staying in a clear state of mind!
She definitely gives us great advice, during a time where, as millennials, we are experiencing the highest rates of stress and anxiety on a global scale.
Tune in to listen to Malak speak about the importance of mental health in her life and career!
In this episode :
- 1:00 – Malak talks about a phase she passed through a very rough emotional patch.. the pressure… deciding to quit music for a while.
- 4:00 – Malak’s advice and opinion on social media.
- 6:00 – Social Media and its effects on Mental Health.
- 8:00 – Malak Post X-Factor – Getting out of her comfort zone, starting a job working for a music company.
- 10:00 – How work improved Malak’s mental wellbeing, being disassociated from her music.
- 12:30 – Malak’s Morning Habits and Routine! Mindful Meditation (Jason Stephenson on Youtube)
- 14:00 – How Changing your physical state changes the way you feel
- 18:30 – How do you overcome being vulnerable in your music?
- 20:00 – Malak, how would you advice somebody to take care of their mental wellbeing, if someone needed your help, what would you tell them?
- Malak El Husseiny’s Instagram and Facebook
- Ally Salama’s Instagram and Facebook
- Interview: Malak El Husseiny With Sandra Abdalla
Quotes from The Empower Series with guest Malak Husseiny:
- Not everyone’s gonna love you.
- Moving your body is super important. It changes how you feel. You don’t have to exercise. By even smiling for 10 seconds. That can completely change your mood.
- People usually think their way out of their feelings, and usually it doesn’t work. What really works is changing your body movements.
- I won’t do something unless its aligned with my truth & who I wanna be.
- It means a lot to me to have people connecting to my music.
- It’s important to explore and find what works for you. Find what give you peace, and be completely committed to it. This consistency will always bring you back to yourself. No matter what.
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