Audacy, in partnership with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), is proud to present its sixth annual I’m Listening broadcast. Tune in Wednesday, September 21 from 6PM to 8PM local time via Audacy stations nationwide and free Audacy app.
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This year’s event will feature artists, athletes, and experts sharing honest conversation about their personal experiences with mental health in a continued effort to raise awareness and support. Because talk saves lives.
One of the many celebrity guests joining this year’s broadcast is Adele. In the past, the 34-year-old has opened up about her own mental health and what she does to make sure it remains well taken care of, like working out.
“[Exercise has] definitely changed my life because stress used to rule my life, she shared with Audacy during a pervious interview. “I work out to really hone all my energy… to make sure it’s not coming out sideways in any way.”
She also takes care of herself by listening to her body and not putting herself in situations she knows she’ll be uncomfortable. “If I’m ever in a situation where I don’t want to do something, then I just won’t do it anymore,” she said. “Because the repercussions of that will be my anxiety, a panic attack, or something like that.”
She continued, “The minute something comes up that makes you feel uncomfortable you have to like nip it in the bud, and talk about it there and then. Otherwise, it just builds up and builds up.”
Tune in September 21 at 6pm to hear Adele on Audacy’s I’m Listening Broadcast along with several other guests including include Ed Sheeran, Carrie Underwood, Vice President Kamala Harris, Lizzo, NFL star Dak Prescott, Maren Morris, Charlie Puth, and sportscaster Stephen A. Smith. Tune in via your favorite Audacy station -- and in the free Audacy app.
I’m Listening is Audacy’s commitment to deliver more mental health conversations, resources, and pathways to help. If you are experiencing mental health needs, know that you are not alone. If you are in crisis, help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call or text 988 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Talk Saves Lives. Find a full list of additional resources here.