8 episodes

From Stuff's award-winning podcast team, a new series of true stories about mental health. In each episode one person talks to journalist Adam Dudding about their life, and the view from inside their head.

You'll learn what it's like to hear voices or see things that no one else can; about the reality of living with anxiety or postnatal depression; about the lows and highs of bipolar disorder.

These first-person dispatches from the front lines of mental health are powerfully moving, yet also full of moments of surprise, tenderness and humour.

Out of My Mind Stuff

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7, 189 Ratings

From Stuff's award-winning podcast team, a new series of true stories about mental health. In each episode one person talks to journalist Adam Dudding about their life, and the view from inside their head.

You'll learn what it's like to hear voices or see things that no one else can; about the reality of living with anxiety or postnatal depression; about the lows and highs of bipolar disorder.

These first-person dispatches from the front lines of mental health are powerfully moving, yet also full of moments of surprise, tenderness and humour.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
189 Ratings

189 Ratings

ConstanceGraceReid ,

Gratitude

Thank you so much Adam and all participants. I want to thank every story teller personally, for the raw beauty of truth. I am so greatful to hear your stories as it helps normalise my own.
This has inspired me to share my own story and I hope it does many others.
Most Highly Recomemded to Listen!!

germasianz ,

Authentic and honest, great podcasts

Hi Alan and participants,

Thank you for your amazing work and sharing your experiences. This kind of personal storytelling can really have an impact on people going through maybe similar situations and being able to see that other people like you and me are out there struggling but also how they coped. It’s great to see the continuing support for mental health and great content like this being available. All the best to the participants and anyone out there struggling.

Unab13 ,

Great podcast, thanks .

I found this podcast very interesting.It was great way to understand others experiences and in some levels also to relating with them.in a way all of us to understand , acknowledge and accept mental health issues in our society and standing with people and supporting them .The stories was very powerful, inspiring,honest and informative. Thank you for the great podcast.

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