In this entry of Trill Spill Trice discusses mental health. She struggles with whether "toxic" people should be cut off or helped. Listen as Trice tells a story common in black families who ignore mental health issues and write people off as crazy.
With her journey into being more transparent and vulnerable, she took a break from podcasting because she didn't want to address hard topics. There is no way to go around talking about certain traumatic events in my life when telling my story. If I leave holes you are not getting the full picture. So forgive me if you don't like the role you played. But this is how I remember shit
In Entry 4 Trice Clark talks chance encounters and meeting everyone for a reason.
In Entry 2 of Trill Spill Trice shares details of a dream which confirmed she was journeying into motherhood. She talks about her struggle with the transition from party girl to mommy mode, and finding having a kid is more fun the older they get. Take a listenRead More
Trill Spill is the audio diary of Trice Clark. In her first entry she takes you on a journey as she pieces together the experiences that have molded her into the woman she is today. With a new sense of awareness Trice finds herself taking a step back and reflecting on every decision she makes. Milestones for a 20 something feel like a never ending checklist of things that have to be accomplished by 30. Take a listen as she takes a load off.