Author:Paul Gilmartin

Julian F

His childhood was a flurry of moving all over Europe and South America, his parents treated him like “Good Cop Bad Cop” and he has no idea why he felt like a “little pervert” as a kid.  They talk about manipulation, addiction, mania, shame, self-hatred and panic attacks.  To purchase, or pay what you want for Julian’s novel visit www.eventheredheron.com PillPack sponsors this show.  For your first month free or to just help the podcast go to Pillpack.com/happyhour.

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Lynette Carolla

The mother, wife and podcaster(For Crying Out Loud) talks about being pushed to be a child actor, the psychosis that mental illness brought upon her brother and mother, abusing Vicodin in an attempt to deal with postpartum depression and living with her husband Adam.   PillPack sponsors this show.  For your first month free or to just help the podcast go to Pillpack.com/happyhour.

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Tom Kramer

The writer/director (Fridays, Curb Your Enthusiasm) shares about being sexually shamed, his fear of people and the drug and alcohol battles that took the great career he had been given at 20 and burned it to the ground, leaving him homeless.  PillPack sponsors this show.  For your first month free or to just help the podcast go to Pillpack.com/happyhour.

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Christina Pazsitzky

The standup/actress shares about being the only child of parents who fled Communist Hungary, and after their divorce absorbing the brunt of her mothers mental illness (Borderline Personality Disorder).  She shares about the emotional scars and how she’s working to heal them.  Christina co-hosts the podcast Your Mom’s House with her husband/comedian Tom Segura.  PillPack sponsors this show.  For your first month free go to Pillpack.com/happyhour.

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Sexual Confusion – Kira

The 29 year-old shares about the shame of having intrusive thoughts imagining sex with children; getting blackout drunk to the point of violence and making peace with coming out as a lesbian after years of not understanding why she disliked sex with men.  PillPack sponsors this show.  For your first month free go to Pillpack.com/happyhour.

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Tracy Irvine

The 40 year-old corporate recruiter shares about growing up with a sick mother (ALS) whose needs left no room for hers, losing both her parents in her teens, using food for comfort, surviving an abusive marriage, depression, support groups, meds & self-love.  PillPack sponsors this show.  For your first month free go to Pillpack.com/happyhour.

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