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Parenting and Bipolar Disorder
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You’ve been diagnosed with mental illness -- what does this mean for your family planning? Is it anyone else’s business but your own? What are the unique challenges faced by parents with mental illness? In today’s show, Gabe and Lisa discuss their reasons for not having kids, while also interviewing Amy, a bipolar mom of two boys.
Bonus Content: The Role Nurses Play in Schizophrenia Treatment
Some of the professionals that work most with helping people with schizophrenia are nurses. There are so many types with different skill sets. Host Rachel Star Withers and Co-host Gabe Howards learn who these often overlooked healthcare workers are. Dr. Tari Dilks, Professor and President of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, joins with insight on what goes into being a psychiatric nurse.
Deconstructing Mental Health Month
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It’s Mental Health Awareness Month! But what does that mean, exactly? Who are we raising awareness for? Is “mental health” the same as “mental illness?” In this Not Crazy Podcast, Gabe and Lisa ponder the meaning of this decades-old campaign and discuss the pros and cons of the movement.
Divorced Couple Hosting a Mental Health Podcast
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What if a divorced couple decided to make a podcast about mental health? What would it be like? Well, wonder no more, because here it is. Grab a cup of hot tea and tune in to the first episode of the totally revamped Not Crazy Podcast with Gabe and Lisa, a couple of divorcees who didn’t like each other’s cats.
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It's See You Later, Not Goodbye
We have some good news and bad news. The bad news is that today is Jackie’s final episode as a Not Crazy cohost, and she will definitely be missed. The good news? A new co-host is waiting in the wings: Gabe’s ex-wife, Lisa. Yep, you read that right! If you’ve ever wanted to listen to a podcast hosted by ex-spouses, your chance is coming soon.
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Customer ReviewsSee All
So comforting and informative
Hi guys.. you are all amazing. I suffer with bipolar and bpd and find it hard in the uk to find support. You cover so many subjects that no one talks about.. they are informative but more importantly it comforts me to know that I’m not the only one to feel these things. So a big thank you from me. Hope there’s many more episodes to come :) ❤️
You guys are amazing. Listening from the UK. I have been trying to get access to mental healthcare for months, and have been suggested a dual diagnosis of bpad and sud. Really great to hear you both talk about the reality, severity, and impact of mental health disorders, with comedy. It’s important and it’s inspiring. Your real voices are validating for those grappling with the vagaries often present in mental health dialogues, particularly in the gaps before proper treatment, when fitting words are scarce.
So good to hear from guys who live with actual mental illness
I only just found this podcast and I’m so glad I did. I suffer from bipolar and totally relate to all the topics talked about on the episodes. Best of all they do it with humour