People worry they are going crazy, not about the "state of their mental health." Featuring a guy with bipolar disorder and his ex-wife, Not Crazy is the mental health podcast for people who hate mental health podcasts.
This Is the End
Sadly, this is the end. No, not the end of the world, although it sometimes feels like it. This is the end of the Not Crazy podcast. Why are we checking out? Join us as Gabe and Lisa explain why the podcast has come to a close and also fill you in on new things to come.
And as a wise man (Dr. Seuss) once said, “Remember me and smile, for it's better to forget than to remember me and cry.”
Inside Major Depression
As a child, Lisa would daydream about suicide. It wasn’t until her sophomore year in college that she would be diagnosed with major depressive disorder. What was her long journey like? What finally helped her?
Join us as Lisa shares her personal story of living with depression and a sleep disorder. She also reveals her personal struggle with taking meds, even though they have helped her tremendously.
From Divorce to Besties
How did Gabe and Lisa go from being spouses to divorcees to best friends? Do they hold any residual anger toward each other? Hurt feelings? Secret attraction? How do their current spouses feel about their friendship? If you’re curious to understand their unique journey, join us as they tell all on today’s podcast. For More Information and a complete transcript, visit https://psychcentral.com/blog/podcast-from-divorce-to-besties
Evolution of Schizophrenia Treatment
Schizophrenia has been around since the dawn of time but actually treating it has only been around the past 100 years. In this episode host and schizophrenic Rachel Star Withers takes you through the dark and disturbing evolution of schizophrenia treatments. From systematic euthanasia to hydrotherapy, electroconvulsive therapy to the infamous lobotomy.
Were these doctors "mad scientists" torturing the mentally ill or were they the only ones trying to help a population of people seen as a burden?
Grieving and Radical Honesty
Is there a correct way to grieve? What if you lose an estranged family member with whom you have unresolved differences? In today’s show, Lisa discusses the death of her grandfather, whom she wasn’t close to, and how she has mentally and emotionally processed the loss. For More Information and a complete transcript, visit https://psychcentral.com/blog/podcast-grieving-and-radical-honesty
Family Perspective on Mental Illness
What’s it like growing up with a sibling with mental illness? In today’s show, we hear it straight from Gabe’s little sister Debbie, who shares what it was like living with Gabe well before anyone knew he had bipolar disorder. For More Information and a complete transcript, visit https://psychcentral.com/blog/podcast-family-perspective-on-mental-illness
I’ll miss y’all
I can relate to a lot of the content, and even when I can’t, it’s funny and thought-provoking. Thanks for doing this. I’ll be listening to your back catalog for awhile. Best of luck with everything!!
I am so bummed that the podcast is cancelled. I found you guys this summer, and listened to all of the shows while I worked in my garden. I thought it was great to have a divorced couple host and dissect issues, as I have bipolar disorder and am married, and have navigated so many of the same experiences. If you ever come back, I’ll be back too!
Showing patience for patients
Thank you for sharing and promoting communication with sufferers who may feel invalidated, ignored, or forgotten. Keep fighting the good fight because it does matter.