I'm just a regular guy on a journey to understand addiction, myself, and how to be a well-adjusted man in the modern era. Each week, I'm joined by people a lot smarter than me to help me learn about mental health, masculinity, substance abuse, wellness, and more.
Building a Purposeful Life with Lou Redmond
Six years ago Lou Redmond, by all accounts, had a pretty good life—a good job, an active social life, partying on the weekends, plenty of Seinfeld—but it wasn’t the life he wanted, so he set out to discover how he could build a life that was more aligned with who he was, and now he spreads his message of purpose, mindfulness, and self-confidence all over the country.
Battling Addiction Through Vulnerability and Storytelling with Alex Kaplan of Of Substance
A 23-year-old Alex Kaplan buried his father and then buried his grief in alcohol and cocaine. Now he uses his passion for filmmaking to share stories highlighting the human experience and spread the gospel of openness and vulnerability to people lacking connection and struggling with addiction.
Sober Safe Spaces with Chris Marshall of Sans Bar
When Chris Marshall was five years old, his dad was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and he was thrust into a role as ‘man of the house’, kicking off a multi-decade odyssey to figure out what ‘being a man’ really looked like, including using alcohol as a substitute for belonging. Now, he uses social media and live events to spread a message of sobriety and self-acceptance around North America.
What does mental health look like during election season? The Bros discuss their experience watching the U.S. election, the right's attacks on Hunter Biden's addiction, how toxic masculinity shows up in politics, and why we all deserve a yearlong nap.
Welcome to the Thunderbrome
Who are we? What is a man? Why did we spend decades of our lives addicted to alcohol and drugs? Is masculinity inherently toxic? All these questions will be answered and MORE in the first episode of Brobriety, your new favorite podcast tackling sobriety and mental health for men, women, and the men and women who love them. Also: rat facts!
Yo, it's a new podcast about sobriety and masculinity, by the guys for the guys (and anyone who knows a guy) tackling substance abuse, relationships, mental health, trauma, and what it really means to be a man in the modern era. New episodes coming soon!
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Christian struggling with depression and anxiety
I have to say, this podcast gets me in nearly every way. The sarcasm is SPOT ON my kind of taste. The conversation pulls me in every time. The topics are wonderful.
You mentioned at one point about your disbelief of God, and about offending AA members and Christians. Nooooo. I’ll have none of that. You see it, I see it. Some “Christians” are some of the most offensive people unfortunately. I’m glad you spoke up, you guys are important and your truths are soooo important! I also was so glad to hear you speak out about the “Christian” Trumpsters. They’re a giant stain on what actual Christianity is... LOVE. Period. You guys show us love, and regardless of your beliefs it is FANTASTIC. This is now my favorite podcast. Thank you for speaking out, and never be afraid to stand on your truth. It is vastly important for people to hear, learn, understand.
I’m currently working on a book entitle Transformation of the Broken Soul, based around men in the church struggling with mental illness. I believe the church has overall failed in big ways the people that struggle. We don’t just get to pray everything away. The book will undoubted piss off a lot of conservative Christians... and that’s part of the goal. Evoke emotion. You guys are giving me ideas, and I LOVE it, I love you guys! Keep it up.
I’d love to connect with you guys on this topic, especially being nonbelievers, from the outside looking in, I believe you guys probably have a really interesting and good viewpoint on the topic. Feel free to reach out in Instagram. rise_strong_vanquish_darkness