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Based on the highly successful personal development process called EP7 – Empowered for Purpose in 7 Steps founded by George Helou, the EP7 Podcast hosted by the founder and his co-host Rachel Donovan, was launched to share with you practical and timely advice to improve your confidence, clarity and resilience in all aspects of your life, particularly your relationship with yourself as well as a partnership, family, colleagues and beyond. You can engage the community conversation on the EP7 O ...
 
"A perversely safe place in which he and his guests talk about their fears, addictions and traumatic childhoods." - NY Times "Normalizes what so many others feel but have been too fearful or ashamed to express...remarkable" - Psychology Today "A vital, compassionate gem that fills a desperate and under-addressed need in our society." - Esquire "Gilmartin makes a conscious effort to explore stories that aren’t black and white" - Slate Magazine "Praised by listeners all over the world" - Atlan ...
 
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Twin sisters and hosts of the Bipolar Bicoastal Podcast Anna & Maria Duke (@rhymeswithanna and @themariaduke) talk about childhood and how they each discovered--a year apart--that they are bipolar. They share what the experience as both the diagnosed and the supportive sister are like. More About Anna and Maria www.bipolarbicoastal.libsyn.com/ Patr…
 
Andrea Ashley, host of the podcast Adult Child, talks about how she got sober as a teenager and discovered that her childhood was filled with a trauma that she never realized. She also shares the ways she worked on her unhealthy relationships patterns. More about Andrea adultchildpodcast.com www.instagram.com/adultchildpod www.tiktok.com/@adultchil…
 
Author and speaker Anne Moss Rogers shares the moving story of trying to save, and ultimately losing, her son. She gives personal and professional insights on addiction, mental illness, suicide and grief and talks about the power of her support group. More About Anne The Emotionally Naked Speaker My 6-minute TEDx NAMI Virginia Board Member am@annem…
 
Comedian and writer Rosebud Baker (@RosebudBaker) shares her experiences with addiction, panic attacks, and overwhelming grief. She opens up about the untimely death of her sister as well as the realities of marriage. Check out her new standup special, Whiskey Fists. For more about Rosebud go to www.RosebudBaker.com Follow her on Twitter and IG @Ro…
 
Ex-NHL player and mental health advocate Daniel Carcillo aka @CarBombBoom13 joins Paul to discuss the dark side of hockey and the side-effects of multiple concussions. He opens up about his own depression and how psychedelic therapy saved his life. Follow Daniel on Twitter @CarBombBoom13 Check out www.WesanaHealth.com Support Our Sponsors! This epi…
 
Dr. Amishi Jha is the Director of Contemplative Neuroscience for the Mindfulness Research and Practice Initiative where she studies mindfulness and attention. She shares insights and tips based on her lab research. Check out her new book Peak Mind. More about Dr. Jha https://amzn.to/3lSC1nH https://amishi.com Support Our Sponsors! This episode is s…
 
Mica opens up to Paul and shares their story of childhood abuses, confronting their sex and love addiction, and what it can feel like to be a nonbinary person in the world today. Support Our Sponsors! This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get 10% off your first month go to www.BetterHelp.com/mental Must be 18. For those unde…
 
Dr. Wendy Suzuki @wasuzuki shares her expertise: Good Anxiety, which also happens to be the name of her newest book. Wendy and Paul discuss the neuroscience of anxiety and offer ways to manage your nervous system to make anxiety work for you. More About Dr. SuzukiHer TED talk has more than 31 million views on Facebook and was the 2nd most viewed TE…
 
Author and former undercover UK narcotics officer Neil Woods @Wudzee0 talks about the drug war and how it intersects with mental health. He also opens up about the harm he caused and his regrets about the emotional manipulations that his job required.More about NeilTwitter @policeforreform@UKLEAP @wudzee0 Instagram @UKLEAPhttps://lawenforcementacti…
 
Writer and mental health advocate, Olachi Tiffany Etoh, shares her experience living with bipolar and how an episode of psychosis landed her in jail. She talks about archaic mental health laws and her struggle with release from a state institution.More About OlachiWebsite: olachitiffany.comTwitter: @OlachiTiffanyYou can also find more resources at …
 
Musician, producer, and comedian Joe Barksdale @JBDale72 joins Paul to share his experiences with autism, abuse, and intergenerational trauma in the Black community. He also dives into his experience as a pro athlete and how he manages his own mental health.Follow Joe on IG @JBDale72His FB is at https://www.facebook.com/JBdale72/More info and links…
 
Jo shares about Wysa, the app she developed (which was featured on Google Play as Best App of 2020) that helps people share their feelings anonymously. Wysa website Google Play featured Wysa as the Best App of 2020 Forbes has Wysa in their Top Five Tech Innovations That Changed Mental HealthORCHA recommended Top Clinically Approved app for Stress d…
 
Born to Sicilian parents, she opens up about her childhood secrets; her mother’s and sister’s battles with Schizophrenia and the policeman who groomed and violated her when she was 13. More About Paolina: MadnessToMagic.com I'm with Crazy: A Love Story Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/madness2magic/id1447839094 Journey On! Check out …
 
Don Morgan, an Emmy award winning cinematographer and Paul's long-time friend, shares his experiences with being stuck in a foreign prison at 13 years old, overcoming alcohol addiction, and navigating life with severe learning disabilities.For more about Don: http://www.donaldmmorganasc.com/index.htmlSupport Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored b…
 
Amy Morin is an author, a therapist (LCSW), and the Editor-in-Chief of the popular mental health website Verywell Mind. Be sure to check out her new book 13 Things Strong Kids Do: Think Big, Feel Good, Act BraveMore About Amy: AmyMorinLCSW.comVerywell Mind Podcast - https://www.verywellmind.com/the-verywell-mind-podcast-with-amy-morin-5115289Instag…
 
Listener and podcaster Jesse Mangan opens up about his struggles with anorexia, exercise addiction, self-harm, and a suicide attempt at the age of eight.Check out Jesse’s podcast about involuntary psych ward stays Committable at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/committable/id1548356887 He also recently started a family friendly podcast called …
 
Illustrator and author Grace Miceli aka @ArtBabyGirl talks about what she’s learned so far--including why stuffing down your emotions never actually works, why communicating your feelings is key, and why conflict is healthy.Check out her new book How to Deal.Website www.GraceMiceli.comFollow her @ArtBabyGirlSupport Our Sponsors!This episode is spon…
 
Originally aired in our first year (2011). You know her from films such as Anchorman, Step Brothers, How Do You Know and A Lot Like Love. Funny, nice and self-deprecating, @KathrynHahnoffical opens up to Paul about her difficulty in saying what she means and asking for what she wants. Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp onl…
 
From 2011, Paul and Danielle @DanielleBKoenig talk about the desire to minimize painful memories, feeling like we’re not enough, writing for Joan Rivers, suicide and the lasting feeling of humiliation. And believe it or not, there’s laughter!Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get a free week go to www…
 
Originally aired in 2011, Paul and Greg do the very first Fear & Love Off. One of Paul's favorites.Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get a free week go to www.BetterHelp.com/mental Must be 18. For those under 18 you will be redirected to or can go directly to TeenCounseling at www.teencounseling.com …
 
Originally aired in 2013, this is a best of ep with Karen Kilgariff, the co-host of My Favorite Murder, years before she started her podcast. This was recorded in front of an audience at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. We will be back with new episodes in August.Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get …
 
A “Best Of” episode from 2013, Paul’s friend opens up about being kidnapped by a motorcycle gang at 13, his success as a South Beach nightclub owner and the effect it had on his ego, the “animal” he says he became and the cocaine and heroin addiction that brought him to his knees. He also talks about working on repairing his relationships with his …
 
Sarah Goff opens up about her intense struggles with a mystery illness that caused severe pain and led to a near-death experience--and a complete shift in her mindset going forward. For more about Sarah and her healing/meditation classeshttps://www.soulrollinglove.com/ http://www.rpmspin.com/instructor/sarah-goff/ Support Our Sponsors!This episode …
 
Paul leads a conversation with Andrew Solomon @Andrew_Solomon (author, and mental health activist) & Juan Acosta @JUANACOSTA_ (author and activist) about mental health advocacy, LGBTQ+ advocacy, and how these issues overlap. This conversation was made possible by NAMI West LA. www.namila.orgFor More About Andrew Solomonwww.AndrewSolomon.comTwitter …
 
Therapist Marissa Esquibel (LMFT) and host of the Codependummy Podcast joins Paul to deep dive into codependency and parentification. She also opens up about her own life, including some of the struggles that come with being a twin. For More About Marissamarissa@codependummy.comwww.codependummy.com Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by …
 
Artist and graphic novel author Gillian G shares her struggles with anxiety, her deep desire to be a prodigy, and how she confronted her father about his emotional neglect. Be sure to check out her new book Shirley & Jamila Save Their Summer.For More about Gillian go to www.GillianG.comSupport Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp on…
 
Psychologist Dr. Gregory Kushnick discusses his specialty: Signs you're in a relationship with a narcissist.Check out his website manhattanpsychologist.com for more.The book mentioned in this episode is Healing The Shame That Binds by John Bradshaw.Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get a free week go…
 
Diane Sherry Case is an author and creative writing instructor with a specific focus on therapeutic writing. She and Paul discuss the power of writing in processing your emotions, including a few writing prompts that listeners can practice.For More on Dianewww.Facebook.com/DianeSherryCasepagewww.WriteForRecovery.comSupport Our Sponsors!This episode…
 
Comic artist and mental health advocate Dani Donovan @DaniDonovan joins Paul to unpack all things ADHD--including some surprising and lesser-known symptoms. Check out Dani's ADHD themed comics on her website adhddd.comFor more about DaniWebsite: adhddd.comPatreon: patreon.com/danidonovanSocial:Twitter: twitter.com/danidonovanTikTok: tiktok.com/@dan…
 
Clinical psychologist, certified sex therapist and host of the Sexology Podcast (@SexologyPodcast ), Dr. Nazanin Moali, joins Paul to discuss the psychology of sexual desires and addictions.More about Dr. Moaliwebsite: https://sexologypodcast.com/Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/AASECT Certified Sex Therapistwww.oasis2ca…
 
Television Producer Glenn Mehan @GlenMee shares intimate portraits of his life including the difficult relationships with his parents and what it was like to be gay and in love in the 80s amid the AIDS epidemic. For more on Glennwww.Instagram.com/glenmeehttps://www.facebook.com/glenn.meehan.3glenncmeehan@gmail.comSupport Our Sponsors!This episode i…
 
Novelist Rebecca Rogers Maher joins Paul as they unpack the trauma surrounding childhood sexual abuse. They talk about the ways it can show up as an adult, the effects of secondary trauma, and the progress they’ve made in therapy & support groups.Check out Rebecca’s bookshttps://www.amazon.com/Rebecca-Rogers-Maher/e/B003YUQULG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_s…
 
Mohogany opens up about her struggles with depression, self-harm, and addiction and how she navigated these issues as a young Black woman in a mostly-white community. She also shares moments from her life where she’s had to deal with painful racism.Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get a free week go…
 
Imagine a world defined by kindness. What would that be like? How deeply would that resonate with you? In today's global society, we are bombarded daily with news cycle stories of war, racism, sexism, and the rest of the problems driven by fear and division. George and Joey explore the depth, and transformative power of kindness and discuss the int…
 
Filmmaker and writer Ethan Warren (West of Her, Bright Wall/Dark Room) shares his intense experience with having a psychotic episode and being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.For more about Ethan go to his website http://ethanrawarren.com/Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. To get a free week go to www.Be…
 
Dr. Janja Lalich, former cult member turned cult researcher and expert, joins Paul to discuss the characteristics of cult leaders, psychopathy, narcissism, the Nxivm cult in particular, and how cult behavior mirrors that of abusive relationships.For more about Dr Lalich go to www.cultresearch.orgImage courtesy of Starz’s documentary series Seduced:…
 
Best-selling author Matt Haig (@MattHaig1) discusses how he works through his depression, panic attacks, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. Matt has written several books including Reasons to Stay Alive and his newest book The Midnight Library.Follow Matt @MattHaig1Check out his website at www.MattHaig.comSupport Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored…
 
Comedians Andrea Allan and Emily Lubin (@HotMessComedyHour) sit down with Paul and talk about everything from dealing with divorce and tough breakups to being turned on by your trauma (it’s totally normal!). Be sure to check out their podcast The Hot Mess Comedy Hour.Check out their podcast at www.HotMessComedyHour.com and follow them on social med…
 
Writer Chanel Miller @Chanel_Miller joins Paul to discuss her memoir Know My Name. Chanel opens up about the sexual assault at Stanford that gained national attention. She shares how the experience transformed her and how community support helped her through it.Follow Chanel on Instagram @Chanel_MillerSupport Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored …
 
Paul’s guest this week, Julie K, opens up about her shopping addiction and unhealthy ways that she’s coped with her parents’ emotional neglect. She also shares how hilarious, healthy fantasy and friendships have offered catharsis and helped her grow.Follow Julie on Twitter @JuliePrunes and @TheBagPainter or on FB at www.Facebook.com/JuliePrunesArt …
 
Healthy masculinity advocate Ted Bunch sits down with Paul to discuss manhood, misogyny, racism, & raising LGBTQ kids. Ted is the creator of the program A Call to Men and the co-author of The Book of Dares: 100 ways for boys to be kind, bold, and brave.More about Tedwww.acalltomen.orgwww.acalltomen.org/book-of-daresSupport Our Sponsors!This episode…
 
Paul's long-time friend shares her story of emigrating to the U.S. from Afghanistan and overcoming the abuse from her childhood. She digs into her issues with love addiction and shares the things that have helped her be able to find emotional intimacy and to trust men again.Support Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counsel…
 
Dr. David Rosmarin, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard joins Paul to discuss the epidemic of people denying reality and how sometimes denial can be useful for us mentally.For more about Dr. Rosmarin go to https://www.mcleanhospital.org/profile/david-h-rosmarinSupport Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online counseling. …
 
Primary Care Physician and author Dr. Rachel Taylor reflects on experiencing sexual abuse, being misdiagnosed, being an overachiever, marrying very young, and growing up in the Mormon church. She is the author of Medication Detox: How to Live Your Best Health.More about Dr TaylorBook: Medication Detox:How to Live Your Best Health website: https://r…
 
Comedian and actor Duncan Trussell @DuncanTrussell shares his experiences with managing his depression and unpacks his spirituality-- including the significant power that Buddhist philosophy has had in his life.More About Our Guest www.DuncanTrussell.comwww.twitter.com/duncantrussellwww.instagram.com/duncantrussellCheck out his Netflix series The M…
 
Dr. Lesley Tate Gould talks about Somatic Experiencing as a type of trauma therapy. She shares her insights into this therapy model and the talks about the transformations that can come from learning how to pay attention to what your body is telling you.For more info about her:lidowellnesscenter.com Admissions Line: 949-633-2821Support Our Sponsors…
 
Actor, magician, and Shakespeare nerd Catie Osborn @catieosaurus opens up about her ADHD, depression, and living with myoclonus-dystonia. Be sure to check out her new podcast Catie & Erik's Infinite Quest: An ADHD Adventure.More About Our Guest Actor, magician, and Shakespeare nerd Catie Osborn @catieosaurus opens up about her ADHD, depression, and…
 
Musician and comedian Tim Minchin, @TimMinchin, talks with Paul about his new, debut studio album "Apart Together". They also dive into the journey that brought Tim to where he is today and discuss what it's like to live in the melancholy.More About Our Guest Follow Tim @TimMinchinSupport Our Sponsors!This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp online …
 
The former East L.A. gang member has been dodging bullets for years – sometimes literally sometimes figuratively. Though he walked away from his criminal ways years ago, he opens up about the mindset that made that life seem like a good choice, the high that comes from being shot at, dealing with tragedy, finding God and what it felt like to be a C…
 
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