I talk about life post suicide attempt. Talk to people that have influenced my growth as a human.
Talk about beer and booze.
From A to B Starting with How
One of the hardest questions I have been asked to answer is, how I got from wanting to kill myself to loving my life. I try to lay the ground work of that answer in this episode.
I mention 2 book. The Power of Now and Happiness: A Guide to Developing Life's Most Important Skill.
Thanks for listening. Please ask questions.
Waking Up with Purpose
After my suicide attempt, I woke up, with purpose.
I started to solidify my reason for being here, for staying here and motivation for moving forward.
I talk about the first few weeks after waking up and start laying the ground work for the next batch of episodes.
It gets better. Ask for help. Ask questions.
The Night I Tried Suicide
In this episode I cover the month or so from the end of my marriage to the night I tried to overdose. As you can tell, I was unsuccessful. I have had many people ask me about this time period, so I thought I should cover it.
I could have made a better choice, but it propelled me forward and I haven't stopped moving forward since.
Ask for help. Call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255
From here on the episodes get much more uplifting and motivational.
I go back to the beginning and talk about who I was before my suicide attempt. Some of the bigger events and some things that show who I used to be.
I had some people ask me some tough questions, and I needed to backup my story so I could try to answer them properly.
This is in preparation for really digging into the changes I made to become who I am today. I will try to offer strategies and ideas to help others.|
As always, ask questions. doug at doug in a pub dot com
Doug in a Pub on the BrewDog News Podcast
Had the chance to go to Scotland with BrewDog on a chartered flight with a bunch of BrewDog fanatics.
We talk about the trip and BrewDog.
BrewDog News Podcast
Doug in a Pub talks to Jessica Jones from Giant Jones Brewery
I had the chance to sit down with the brew master from Giant Jones Brewing located in Madison WI.
Jessica Jones has made a huge mark on the brewery scene in Madison and all of Wisconsin.
They brew "Big Beers for Everyone" 7% ABV and up.
They are also very involved in the local community. Recently they raised around $8500 for the local Rape Crisis Center. They didn't just donates profits like most people do, they donated everything from a specially brewed beer called Credible Ale.