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Kind Talk – The Reset

We’re one month into 2021 and we’ve brought together some experts to chat more with you about how to keep yourself on track this year! In this Kind Talk, you’ll learn more about how to set and evaluate your plans, and how to ultimately give yourself some grace when trying to accomplish your goals and aspirations.

So join Kind’s very own Marketing and Events Manager, Joe, and some friends as they talk in-depth about resolutions and how to ensure you continue on the right foot in the months to come.






“Kind Talk – The Reset” Guests:

Rocky Lane

Rocky is a media creator, community organizer, and consultant. He works with organizations and groups like Black Trans Leadership Austin, Transgender Education Network of Texas (TENT), Austin Black Pride, and is a mentor with OutYouth’s Transgender Wellness Program. He was raised in Austin, Texas and has spent his life devoted to causes and creative pursuits. He is a black man of trans experience, a movement coach, a massage therapist, and a loving husband to his wife Sarah, and together they have an entertainment and lifestyle YouTube channel called SwirlBabyTV.

Facebook: @therockyverse

Twitter: @therockyverse

Instagram: @therockyverse

Youtube Channel: SwirlBabyTV



ena ganguly

ena ganguly is a heart-led and courage-fueled 1.5 generation South Asian immigrant, born in Patna, India, and raised in southwest Houston. Seen as a cat whisperer by many, proudly queer and Bengali, ena is a writer, poet, and editor. Her work has been featured in Buzzfeed, BBC, KUT Austin Radio, The Austin Chronicle, COURIER Newsroom,  fields, Kind Clinic, Reads & Eats, and Prizer Arts and Letters. Currently residing in Austin, she loves late-night taco runs with her partner, watching reality television, and aspires to be a plant mom.

Facebook: @enaganguly

Twitter: @enaganguly

Instagram: @enaganguly



Armando Sanchez, LCSW

Armando Sanchez has been a social worker for almost 10 years. His experience as a school social worker taught him the value of mental health support to young people and to communities of color. Most recently in his career, he worked with teens and young adults of various backgrounds on issues related to anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, coping skills, healthy relationships building, sexual orientation, life skills, social skills, and more. Personal passions of his are racial and social justice. People, including children, are impacted by race and identity issues in ways that cause real emotional, mental, physical, financial, and spiritual harm. Armando wants to integrate racial and social justice into mental health, and his work is rooted in this practice. As a proud brown, gay, male, bilingual therapist living in Austin, he is thrilled and ready to provide support to his clients on their healing and wellness journey.


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Instagram: @gaymenandblog