Podcast Episodes

Dr Laura Dabney

The psychiatrist and therapist talks about sexual trauma in the military, powerful men who fear intimacy, meds, treating personality disorders, doing therapy via Skype, the therapy process and why insurance companies suck.

Check out Dr Dabney’s site www.drldabney.com follow her on Twitter @DrLDabney

Buy tix to see MIHH at LAPodfest Sept 23-25 www.lapodfest.com  (MIHH is recording Sun. Sept 25th at 9pm)

This episode is sponsored by Chicagoland Out of the Darkness Walk by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevent www.chicagowalk.org

This episode is sponsored by BlueApron. To try your first three meals free with free delivery go to www.BlueApron.com/mental

This episode is sponsored by Young Health’s Probimune. For 50% off your first purchase of Probimune go to www.probimune.com  and use offer code MENTAL

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#293 Judy Gold

The comedian and actress talks her anxiety and depression, being raised in an incredibly anxious household, being bullied throughout childhood for her height (she was six feet tall in 8th grade), and raising two boys in a same sex marriage.

This episode is sponsored by Young Health’s Probimune. For 50% of your first order go to www.probimune.com and use offer code MENTAL at checkout.

This episode is sponsored by Meundies. For 20% of your first order go to www.meundies.com/mental

Follow Judy on Twitter @JewdyGold

Check out her website www.judygold.com

Check out her podcast Kill Me Now.

For tix or info for LAPodfest (Sept 23-25, MIHH will be recording a live ep Sun Sept 25 at 9pm) go to www.lapodfest.com and use offer code HAPPY for $5 off.

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NHL Legend Theo Fleury

“My coach raped me over 200 times”. The truth that Theo almost died trying to keep to himself. Only when he hit bottom with drugs, sex and gambling could he summon the courage to face what had happened when he was a rising 14 year-old phenom. He talks about his childhood, his hockey career, getting sober and his post-career mission of raising awareness and trying to change outdated sentencing laws that allow sexual predators to continue to abuse in Canada, especially the new documentary about it, Victor Walk.

To learn more about Theo’s cause and the film Victor Walk go to www.victorwalkdoc.com

This episode is sponsored by BlueApron. For your first three meals free with free shipping go to www.blueapron.com/mental

Thanks to retired NHL referee Kerry Fraser and the Player’s Tribune website for permission to read his piece about Theo. It can be read here.

For tickets to LAPodfest (in person, live stream or 30 day archive viewing) go to www.lapodfest.com and use offer code HAPPY for $5 off (plus Paul gets some of the ticket price).

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Sarah Haufrect – My Mom Had BPD

Sarah shares about her mother’s battles with Borderline Personality Disorder, her relationship with such a “beautifully disastrously complicated” woman, Sarah’s own battles with bulimia, anxiety, and co-dependency and the role exercise has played in helping her moods.

This episode is sponsored by Blue Apron.  For your first 3 meals free (with free shipping) go to www.blueapron.com/mental

Follow Sarah on Twitter @Smartypants_Inc  www.twitter.com/smartypants_inc

To read the Salon article she wrote about her mom go to http://www.salon.com/2016/02/28/i_loved_lived_with_and_lost_my_mother_to_borderline_personality_disorder/#

Tickets are still available for LAPodfest.  Go to www.lapodfest.com and use offercode HAPPY for $5 off.

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Maddy F – Learning To Love Yourself

You hear the phrase “love yourself” a lot.  But how do we get there? Maddy’s story is a great example.  She was molested by a relative (and church leader) but didn’t feel safe enough to speak up about it for years.  Then she got help and everything changed.

This episode is sponsored by Casper Mattresses.  To find out more go to www.casper.com/mental

To buy tickets for the In This Together Festival on Nov 13th go to www.ittfest.com

To watch or attend LAPodfest Sept 23-25 go to www.lapodfest.com and use offer code HAPPY

To sign the petition Maddy was talking about that looks to abolish the statute of limitations on childhood sex abuse cases go to

https://www.change.org/p/abolish-the-statute-of-limitations-for-child-sexual-abuse-in-the-state-of-california

 

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Stephen Brophy

The reality TV producer (Somebody’s Gotta Do It) opens up about his depression, social anxiety, history of unrequited love obsessions – especially as a kid, getting sober from prescription opiates and smoking speed thru a broken light bulb!

This episode is sponsored by BlueApron. To get your first three meals free (with FREE shipping) go to www.blueapron.com/mental

This episode is sponsored by SquareSpace for 10% off your first purchase go to www.squarespace.com and use offer code MENTAL

For more on Stephen go to www.stbrophy.com (to buy his books go to the “merch” page on the site)

Follow him on Twitter @STBrophy www.twitter.com/STBrophy

For info on seeing the MIHH podcast at LA Podfest go to www.lapodfest.com

For info on seeing the MIHH podcast at the In This Together Festival in Nov. go to www.ITTFest.com

The post-abortion counseling resources mentioned on the show

www.1in3campaign.org

www.yourbackline.org

www.plannedparenthood.org

 

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Social Worker In Training

28 year-old Cynthia Pena ACSW opens up about her life, experiencing skin tone prejudice within the Hispanic community, being the “good child” who gets forgotten, anxiety, triggers, working in an overloaded county system helping children with severe or persistent mental illnesses and her dream of expanding the role of mental health in athletics.

Follow Cyndi on Twitter @Ms_Cyndi_Pena

For more information on Paul’s appearance at LAPodfest Sept 23-25 go to www.lapodfest.com and use offer code HAPPY for $5 off.

 

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Andrea C

Paul’s support group friend and writer talks about weighing 95 lbs at 5 years-old, being in foster homes and psych wards, surviving incest, learning self-love and dealing with addictions to food and abusive men.

This episode is sponsored by Blue Apron.  To see this month’s menu and your first three meals free (including free delivery) go to www.blueapron.com/mental

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