Podcast Episodes

Tiffany Haddish

The comedian/dancer/actor shares about her mother’s descent into mental illness (schizophrenia), the abuse she suffered at her hands, the year she spent in the foster care system and the strength she feels it has given her.

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Dean Trippe

The comic book artist and father talks about the role superheroes have played in helping his imagination and creativity heal the trauma he experienced as a child, and trying to break the cycle of abandonment his father never could.

To read some of his graphic novel Something Terrible click here

To order a hardcopy edition of Something Terrible click here

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Maggie Mull

The 28 year-old writer shares about being unemployed and an only child, her fear of abandonment, being born with club feet, body and sexuality shame and the depression that often makes everything feel like an effort.

Follow Maggie on Twitter @IAmMaggieMull  Check out her Tumblr Page “Artwork: Me Style!”

This episode is sponsored by Sharri’s Berries.  To purchase them and support our show visit www.berries.com, click on the mic in the upper corner and use our offer code MENTAL.

This episode is sponsored by SquareSpace.  For a free trial with no credit card required visit www.squarespace.com and use the offer code MENTAL at checkout for 10 percent off.   To see the SquareSpace site that Paul built click here.

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Arianna C

The 40 year-old shares about her traumatic upbringing (incest, religious extremism, abandonment) and the ways her body and mind learned to cope; hallucinating, going numb and following strangers and elaborately envisioning how to kill them and get away with it.

 

This episode is sponsored by Shari’s Berries.  To get the MIHH deals and support the podcast click on the link then once at their website, click on the microphone in the upper right hand corner and use the offer code MENTAL.

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Renee M.

The Hispanic, 31 year-old PhD shares about the downside of raising herself up by her bootstraps; growing up knowing she couldn’t depend on her passive mother or gambler father, and now finding her emotional development lacking, especially in areas of trust, intimacy or being comfortable asking for help.

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Ian Gutoskie

The 37 year-old Canadian comic discusses his two psychiatric hospitalizations, his social anxiety, feelings of being overwhelmed by daily tasks and his Bipolar II (with rapid cycling); also how sports helped him channel his anger about his abusive dad and what he does to stay in balance today.

You can find Ian on Twitter @IGutoskie  His website is FunnyIan.com

This episode is sponsored by Love With Food.    Visit www.lovewithfood.com/happyhour to get your first monthly snack box free (plus $2 shipping) and Love With Food will also donate a meal to a hungry child.  Offer lasts until Jan 1st 2015.

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