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Trauma, but lol. I'm not a mental health professional, but my guests are. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepatraumaparty/support

The Patrauma Party Remy Ramirez

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Trauma, but lol. I'm not a mental health professional, but my guests are. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepatraumaparty/support

    34. Toxic Masculinity

    34. Toxic Masculinity

    We're mixing things up! This week, I welcome the creator and host of the Other Men Need Help podcast, Mark Pagán, onto the show to join me in a conversation about the deep and enduring bummer that is toxic masculinity. We talk about objectification, shame, hyper-independence, the male ego—and get into what's helped us work through the pain points so that we're not sitting around traumatized af (and traumatizing others as a result). 


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    • 1 hr 23 min
    33 - The Trauma of Shock

    33 - The Trauma of Shock

    Truly, shocks should be illegal unless they involve large sums of money mysteriously appearing—NO FUCKING THANK YOU to shocking violence, betrayal, death, life transitions—the list goes on. In this episode, I welcome artist, therapist, and soft boi amateur poet Solasta McIntyre to the show to get into how shocks impact our mental health, the way shock and grief work together, and how we move through shocks without shutting down and telling the world to ef off forever. 


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    • 1 hr 14 min
    32 - The Trauma of Trusting Others

    32 - The Trauma of Trusting Others

    TRUST: WTFFFFFF. Like what? You can believe a person is 100% on your team while they just straight up lie to your face?? WHY DOES THIS GET TO BE AN OPTION?? In this episode, I'm joined by licensed professional counselor and CEO of Apple Tree Counseling LLC, Michelle Kauble, to talk about how betrayed trust impacts our mental health, what we do with the heartbreak of broken trust, and how we can work with trust in healthy ways as we let those traumatizing relationships and situations fade our rearviews.

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    • 1 hr 19 min
    31 - The Trauma of Perfectionism

    31 - The Trauma of Perfectionism

    Turns out perfectionism can look all kinds of ways, including not doing anything because you won't be perfect at it! It's honestly a total mind fuck that keeps you in situations you don't like and exhausted from all the effort. (It will come as no surprise that perfectionists were pretty much always exposed to some kind of trauma early on.) In this episode, I talk with marriage and family therapist Robyn McKenzie about what it looks like, why it happens, and how we fix it (but like, not in a perfectionism way, just in a chill, totally gentle with ourselves, not-perfectionism way).  

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    • 1 hr 13 min
    30 - Learning to Trust Yourself

    30 - Learning to Trust Yourself

    It should be easy, right? We just ask ourselves what we want or what we feel, and voila! But for a lot of us, that gauge got effed up somewhere along the way. So, after we've made a decision we regret, after we've become knee-jerk people pleasers, after we were gaslit for years and came to doubt our instincts, after parentification, narcissistic abuse, or other CPTSD-inducing forms of abuse—how do we start to trust ourselves again? How do we make decisions in our own best interest? This week, registered psychotherapist, and founder and clinical director of New Moon Psychotherapy, Emilia Pacholec, joins me to talk about our journey to trusting ourselves again. 


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    • 1 hr 32 min
    29 - The Trauma of Vulnerability

    29 - The Trauma of Vulnerability

    Vulnerability is literally the lifeline between you and all joy, and yet, simultaneously, it's fucking TERRIFYING AND TRAUMATIZING. Wth?? In this episode, Doctor of Clinical Psychology and The Anti-Soulmate Love Coach, Kari Lu Cowell (email: antisoulmatelove@gmail.com), joins me to sort through how we work with vulnerability in ways that feel safe for us, what it looks like to trust *ourselves* with vulnerability, and whether anger is really a secondary emotion that we hide our vulnerabilities under or if it's just another gateway to connection (OR BOTH). ALSO! The book Kari was thinking of is called Eloquent Rage by Brittney Cooper if you wanna check it out.


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    • 1 hr 8 min

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