My Head & Heart Playlist
My personal YouTube playlist of handpicked inspiring, educational videos covering topics like mental health, sexuality, religion, culture, and more.
Broaden your mind and grow your heart by checking out this channel’s empathy-inspiring videos about promoting human goodness and building bridges.
Religion for Breakfast
A channel that provides unbiased, educational videos on all things religion.
God is Grey
Progressive Christian vlogger Brenda shares challenging perspectives on many controversial cultural, political, sexual, and theological topics.
Not afraid of asking the hard questions, Phil challenges people to think for themselves when it comes to God and faith.
Science meets LOL humor as ex-Mormon Jimmy rips apart—often hilariously—the worst organized religion has to offer.
Be inspired, grow in empathy, and learn about the LGBTQ+ community through this channel’s real stories told by real people.
A self-identified queer Christian, Kevin creates content tackling stigma and answering questions about being LGBTQ+ and Christian.
Mama Doctor Jones
OBGYN and mom of four Dr. Danielle Jones makes down-to-earth, science-based content infused with humor.
Self-empowering, body positive videos especially helpful for those who may be getting in touch with their sexuality for the first time.
How to Adult
An archived YouTube goldmine of practical, down to earth videos explaining everything from how to do laundry to how to talk to kids.
This short drama series on Netflix about a young woman fleeing an abusive relationship will open your eyes to the issues of domestic violence, single parenting, mental illness, and survival.
The Kindness Diaries
Be reminded there is still good in this world and watch this heartwarming docuseries on Netflix.
I am Not Your Guru
Looking to feel inspired, encouraged, and motivated to live genuinely? This super intriguing Netflix documentary about the work of Tony Robbins will not disappoint.
Brené Brown: The Call to Courage
If you have Netflix and an hour to spare, watch this. What Brené shares from her work as a shame researcher is just so good.