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NEW Episodes of A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Podcast Out RIGHT NOW!
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A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast was the first podcast by people with mental illness for people with mental illness. Each episode looks at life through the unique lens of people living with depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.
Its original run ended in 2019 after garnering massive praise in the mental health community and boasting tens of thousands of listeners. Now back for a limited run of 10 episodes with the first episode having launched on January 4th, 2022.
The podcast is hosted by Gabe Howard and Michelle Hammer. Learn more about them here and subscribe or follow on your favorite podcast player. (it’s free!)
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BSP is Returning January 4th, 2022
We are returning for a limited run of 10 episodes with the first episode launching on January 4th, 2022. Episodes weekly through the end of the season.
Our original run ended in 2019 after garnering massive praise in the mental health community and boasting tens of thousands of listeners.
Subscribe on your favorite podcast player or visit thisemotionallife.org/bsp
BSP is hosted by Gabe Howard and Michelle Hammer. Learn more about them here.
A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Comeback?
A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Comeback?
In the meantime check out Gabe's book, Mental Illness is an A*****e and Other Observations, at gabehoward.com. He'll sign it for you and throw in some cool swag.
Gabe & Michelle
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Parenting and Bipolar Disorder
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Should people with mental illness have children? In today’s Not Crazy podcast, Gabe and Lisa discuss their own reasons for not having kids, while also giving a platform to Amy Barnabi, a mother of two with bipolar disorder. Amy discusses her decision to have children and shares her experiences, joys and challenges thus far.
What if you can’t be a good parent when your illness flares up? What if the child inherits your diagnosis? If you are a parent with mental illness, you’ve likely heard these questions. Tune in to hear these topics discussed (and much more!) on today’s podcast.
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.
Hey I’m recently diagnosed bipolar at 16 and I’ve really been struggling with someone to relate to but listening to this podcast really help thank you guys so much😁
Therapy with a twist of humor.
I recently came upon your podcasts and can’t stop listening. It’s so refreshing to hear your experiences and your knowledge. And you make it so entertaining to listening too. I’ve been sharing with my husband and other family members. I have BP2. Thank you so much for creating this podcast. You have explained so many things way better than I ever could. I look forward to hearing more. ❤️
This podcast is everything!
Jackie and Gabe, thank you for talking about the issues close to our hearts for anyone living with mental illness and their support people. And frankly for people who want to know how to be a more empathetic person. I’m often driving to work while listening and all I can say is there are a lot of emphatic and involuntary “yassssssss”’s coming out of my mouth. 💃🏻