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Podcast: What’s So Inspirational About a Bipolar and a Schizophrenic?

 Throughout our lives, we are inspired by many people, from our parents to our teachers to celebrities to great thinkers of the past and present. And sometimes, we find ourselves being an inspiration for others. Also, sometimes, this fact surprises us. In this episode, Gabe and Michelle talk about both being inspired by others and how it feels to be an inspiration to others.   SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW “In the right light, all of us are fantastic. In the right light, we all suck.”...
Tags: A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Podcast, Bipolar, Inspiration & Hope, Schizophrenia, Success & Achievement


Podcast: Humanizing the Patient Experience

Being hospitalized for any reason is never a fun time, but there are some instances where it can be a harrowing experience. This is especially true for psychiatric patients, who are already in a crisis even before being plunged into the hospital atmosphere, which can overwhelm them. This disconnect between patients and hospital staff has long been an issue. Today’s guest shares some insights on her work to improve this relationship.   Subscribe to Our Show! ...
Tags: Psychology, Google, General, Wales, Treatment, Christ, Vincent, Gabe Howard, Vince, Gabe, Gretchen, MASLOW, John Grohol, Patient Experience, Camp Hill Pennsylvania, Medicare Services


News Post: **Private message for Tycho**

Gabe: I disagree man. I think there is a difference between what you and I do, or what a writers room does and what people mean when they say “writing by committee”. That term specifically (for me at least) means the work lacks a cohesive vision and probably needed what I would call a Captain. Someone whose job it is to hold in their head the vision of the final product and steer the ship of creators in that direction. That person should absolutely listen to their crew and incorporate their id...
Tags: Comics, Tycho, Gabe


It's the golden age for sports in Winnipeg, but can we sustain so many teams?

As I rolled up to Shaw Park last week, about 90 minutes before the Winnipeg Goldeyes were set to begin their pre-season schedule, there was a familiar face standing outside the gates. "Busy time for you," I said to Dancing Gabe. The 56-year-old superfan laughed, acknowledging he was going to be hard-pressed to attend every single major sporting event in town this year. He might want to stay hydrated, given how much dancing his jam-packed spring and summer will bring. After all, the new kids on t...
Tags: News, Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Winnipeg, Gabe, Shaw Park, Winnipeg Goldeyes


Podcast: Social Anxiety, Delusions, Rejection, and Mental Illness!

 Most people suffer from certain social anxieties. Just the idea of speaking in front of a crowd can make otherwise confident people break into a nervous sweat. Fear of rejection is also very common in society… just ask any teenager who’s too afraid to ask out their crush. In this episode, we talk about these common feelings from the perspective of having additional mental illness thrown in, creating a blend that is no one’s favorite.   SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW “You’re afraid of ...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Utah, New York, New York City, Depression, Queens, Mormon, Mommy, Starbucks, Catholic, Bob, Bronx, Columbus, Anxiety And Panic, Michelle


ETW #14 Top Travel Deals, Hacks & Trends | Interview with Gabe Saglie

In this week’s episode we’re joined by Travelzoo Senior Editor Gabe Saglie, who shares his insider tips, how to find the best travel deals and what’s hot in the travel industry. You can listen to the podcast here on this page or on any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher. No matter your budget or style of travel, most people want to save as much money on their next trip as possible. Knowing how to find those deals though is often times confusing, especially when it come...
Tags: Travel, San Francisco, New York Times, Fox News, Norway, Gabe, Travelzoo, ETW, Random Travel Hacks, NBC CNN, Gabe Saglie, Explore the World Travel Podcast, New York City Los Angeles Chicago Dallas, Travelzoo Top


News Post: Overwatch Action Figures!

Gabe: I used to love playing with action figures as a kid and I was fortunate enough to grow up during what surely must have been their golden age. In the 80’s it seemed like we got a new world full of heroes and villains every Saturday. You had the big ones like G.I. Joe, He-Man and Transformers but then there were hundreds of smaller settings like M.A.S.K., Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Centurions, and Visionaries. Even as a kid I recognized on some level that these were simply commercials f...
Tags: Comics, Gabe, Jayce, Wheeled Warriors Centurions


Podcast: Does Sleeping Alleviate Mental Illness Symptoms?

 Not getting enough sleep impacts every single person. It makes us irritable, slows our reflexes, and reduces our ability to think and reason. When a person is sick or suffering from an illness, getting more sleep is beneficial to the healing process. Mental Illness is no different. You will benefit from regular sleep. In today’s episode, we talk about sleep hygiene – what it is and why it is important. Trust us, if anyone can make a discussion about sleep engaging, it’s Gabe and Mich...
Tags: Psychology, Sleep, New York City, America, Kanye West, Depression, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Netflix, Gwen Stefani, Hyundai, Alexa, Blake Shelton, Michelle, Gabe Howard, Don


Podcast: What’s it Like to Work in a Psych Hospital?

 It’s a sad fact that many people still think a psych hospital is like what they saw in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. But modern psychiatric care is nothing like that. This week’s guest worked for years in a psychiatric emergency facility and joins us to share his thoughts about the experiences he had while employed there.   Subscribe to Our Show! And Remember to Review Us! About Our Guest Gabe Nathan is an author, editor, actor, playwr...
Tags: Psychology, General, Wales, Treatment, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Philadelphia, Volkswagen, Caregivers, Vincent, Michelle, Gabe Howard, Don, Gabriel, Gabe, Vin


News Post: Days Gone

Gabe: I’m looking over at the pause screen for Days Gone right now and it says “758 DAYS GONE” which I think is very cool. It’s a running tally that tracks just how long you’ve spent in the zombie infested wilderness of Oregon. I’ve been playing it as much as I can every day since it came out and even now as I write this I am hungry to pick the controller back up. Open World game fatigue is certainly a real thing, and I don’t begrudge anyone who’s tired of running all over hell’s half acre ticki...
Tags: Comics, Oregon, Gabe


Podcast: Self-Care for Your Mental Health

 Self-care is important for everyone, but our hosts feel it is extra important for people managing mental illnesses and other mental health issues. It stands to reason that, if you don’t take care of yourself, then the symptoms of an illness will have an easier time making our lives miserable. In this episode, our hosts discuss what self-care is, what self-care isn’t, and what they personally do to care for themselves. Listen now!   SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW “Would it be self-c...
Tags: Psychology, Google, New York, Wales, New York City, Disney, Self-help, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Queens, Alicia Keys, Italy, Ohio, Starbucks, Mcdonalds, Baby


News Post: Oneiromancer

Tycho: When Gabe came up with the name of the stupid show I shouted “Fuck you!” and left the office.  Laura Stringer, affectionately known as Laura From Work, said in an email that “her hand slipped” and this was the result: Obviously, this is something she should have a doctor look into, but wow. That’s an intriguing condition. I like a lot of Philip K. Dick’s stuff, enough that I know how many Ls there are in the name without looking it up.  I still look it up, just to be sure, but my in...
Tags: Comics, Philip K Dick, Tycho, Gabe, Laura Stringer, Laura From Work


How the Rapture came to Just Like Heaven: The return of Luke Jenner after walking away from stardom

Luke Jenner found a good measure of fame and a nice chunk of fortune as the singer-guitarist in the Rapture. He met personal heroes, big stars like David Bowie and Robert Smith of the Cure. And then he turned his back on all that. It was 2012, and the Rapture was humming along, three albums into its career when Jenner walked away, although tiptoed might be the better word given how quietly the break-up of the band occurred, no official acknowledgment coming until two years later. Jenner, who gre...
Tags: Music, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Brooklyn, House, David Bowie, San Diego, Fugazi, San Diego County, Jenner, Southern California, Vito, Vito Roccoforte, Gabriel Andruzzi, Gabe


Podcast: What is Mental Health First Aid?

 We all know what first aid is. Many of us even have first aid kits that we’ve purchased or put together ourselves. We pull them out when we have a minor injury and grab the bandages or whatever we need. But what about first aid for the mind? It’s not a kit you can pick up at the pharmacy, but there is mental health first aid that you can learn. Find out more about it in this episode.   Subscribe to Our Show! And Remember to Review Us! Ab...
Tags: Psychology, Texas, General, Wales, Australia, United States, Vincent, Mental Health And Wellness, National Council For Behavioral Health, Michael Cox, Gabe Howard, Cox, Gabe, John Grohol, BetterHelp, Mental Health First Aid


The Wedding Guest Fashion Guide to a Cinco de Mayo Engagement Party

This high fashion, Mexican-American engagement party dreamed up by Esther and Gabe while they were visiting Hungary came in just in time for Cinco de Mayo and boy, do we love it. It’s essentially a Mexican local’s guide for the fashion-conscious wedding guest. You know we love us some color, and this Cinco de Mayo Engagement Party checks all the boxes. Mira qué lindo! Engagement party outfit ideas for Cinco de Mayo theme: For the groom + or the guys: Cinco de Mayo Bridal Shower outfit id...
Tags: Hungary, Wedding, Mira, Gabe, Esther, Cinco de Mayo, Wedding Design, Esther and Gabe, Cinco de Mayo Engagement Party, Cinco de Mayo Bridal Shower


Podcast: Helping a Friend with Mental Illness

 Even if we live with mental illness, ourselves, we can be frustrated when we don’t know how to help a friend or family member who’s dealing with it. We may find that coping skills that work for us may not work for someone else. Medications that work for us may not work for the other person. In this episode, Gabe and Michelle discuss how to help friends with mental illness, including the help available through caregivers, medication, and more.   SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW “And I wo...
Tags: Psychology, Friends, Depression, Bipolar, Harvard, Caregivers, Michelle, Gabe Howard, Don, Megan, Gabe, BSP, Scrooge McDuck, Michelle Michelle, BetterHelp, Gabe Gabe


Podcast: There’s More to Trauma than PTSD

 Most of us are familiar with post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD (deservedly) gets a lot of attention, largely focused on soldiers returning from service. But trauma comes in many forms, and most people have experienced it in one form or another. In this episode, learn about the differences between PTSD and other forms of trauma, how to identify it, and what can be done about it.   Subscribe to Our Show! And Remember to Review Us! About...
Tags: Psychology, Amazon, General, Toronto, Ptsd, Afghanistan, Trauma, Harvard, Vietnam, Dad, Rogers, Vincent, Robert, Gabe Howard, Don, Gabe


Navab Capital Partners officially launches

Alexander (Alex) Navab, the former head of Americas private equity at KKR, unveiled his new firm. Navab Capital Partners will invest in upper mid-cap to larger enterprises in North America in sectors including healthcare, technology, media, fintech, financial services and consumer. Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s Petershill private equity seeding program helped in the development of the firm. PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Alexander (Alex) Navab, an experienced global private equity inv...
Tags: Asia, New York, Greece, US, Trends, Iran, United States, Funds, Deloitte, North America, KKR, Warburg Pincus, Ppd, Bernstein, Arby, Carlyle Group


Podcast: Bad Habits and Vices Related to Mental Illness

 Everyone has bad habits. Even your sainted Granny who seems perfect to you has some bad habit that only your grandfather knows about. Bad habits, like everything, exist on a spectrum, from biting your nails to snorting cocaine – and everything in between. In this episode, our hosts discuss bad habits that many people with mental illness seem to have – from smoking, to alcoholism, to drug use and, you guessed it, everything in between.   SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW “90% of people...
Tags: Psychology, Google, New York, New York City, Habits, Stress, Rome, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Addiction, Big Mac, Michelle, Gabe Howard, Ben, Diet Coke, Gabe


News Post: Swelling In The Space Gym

Tycho: Gabe’s been playing the original Darksiders on Switch and Darksiders 3 on PC, the PC of all things.  I’m always going to be a partisan where gaming PCs are concerned, but even for me 3D action platformer type shit isn’t something I prefer on there.  The case he’s made to me, and I think it is a good one, is that you have HDR and 4k on a console, which is being spread over a massive screen - all thin, sort of stretched, if you know what I mean: like butter that has been scraped over too mu...
Tags: Comics, Hdr, Tycho, Gabe, Darksiders


News Post: Family D&D

Gabe: While at PAX this weekend I was asked by a number of people about running D&D with kids. I’ve recently switched up my home D&D game and I thought I’d share some of my key learnings. The first game I ran for my family was taken straight from Dragonlance. I used the first book Dragons of Autumn as a guide and it went pretty well. Kara and Gabe (who is 14) both loved it but Noah (who is 8) had a hard time getting into it. He tried his best and we managed to get through the first book but af...
Tags: Comics, Noah, Kara, Gabe, Pax


Podcast: Hypersexuality with a Bipolar and Schizophrenic

 Hypersexuality is a very common symptom of bipolar mania and a potential symptom of schizophrenia, as well. Both Gabe and Michelle have experienced being hypersexual, but because of their ages and genders, it manifested itself in different ways. However, their personal differences aside, there is one thing that both our hosts completely agree on. . .   Listen now to find out.   SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW “Hypersexuality is not a good thing. It was a need that I had to fill.” –...
Tags: Psychology, Facebook, England, Relationships, New York City, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Addiction, Michelle, Gabe Howard, Don, Astoria, Gabe, Kinsey, Luke Perry, Dylan McKay


Podcast: From Homeless to Prisoner to Olympic Coach

 In his teens, Tony Hoffman was a BMX Amateur being featured on magazine covers. But soon after, he was a drug addict living in the streets and ultimately ending in prison. After his parole, a now clean Tony returned to the BMX world in a big way: by taking the silver medal in the 2016 UCI BMX World Championships. Since then, Tony has dedicated his life to helping others with addiction issues with his motivational speaking and special projects. Subscribe to Our Show! ...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Facebook, General, Prison, Wales, California, Sports, America, Olympics, Nba, Addiction, Recovery, Bmx, Vincent, Gabe Howard


Podcast: From Homeless to Prisoner to Olympian

 In his teens, Tony Hoffman was a BMX Amateur being featured on magazine covers. But soon after, he was a drug addict living in the streets and ultimately ending in prison. After his parole, a now clean Tony returned to the BMX world in a big way: by taking the silver medal in the 2016 Olympics. Since then, Tony has dedicated his life to helping others with addiction issues with his motivational speaking and special projects. Subscribe to Our Show! And...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Facebook, General, Prison, Wales, California, Sports, America, Olympics, Nba, Addiction, Recovery, Bmx, Vincent, Gabe Howard


The Twilight Zone Series Premiere Recap

The Twilight Zone series premiere recap Jordan Peele’s revival of The Twilight Zone for CBS All Access kicked off with Oscar nominee Kumail Nanjiani starring as Samir Wassan in the pilot episode, “The Comedian.” Our Twilight Zone series premiere recap follows Samir as he questions how much he’s willing to lose for success, because this new dimension is certainly willing to take everything. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gpt...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, David, Paris, Wheeler, TV News, Cbs, Recap, The Twilight Zone, Joe, Cbs All Access, TV Recap, Rod Serling, Gabe, Peele


Podcast: Dwelling on the Past Mistakes Caused by Mental Illness

 Once we reach recovery from mental illness, we tend to dwell on the mistakes of our past. Thoughts of failures and people we’ve hurt ruminate inside our head and make it difficult to move forward. Why do we think about these things? Does it protect us, make us feel better, or is it way to keep us from moving forward? In this episode, our hosts discuss their past failures in the hopes it allows our listeners to realize living in the past only really accomplishes one thing . . . ...
Tags: Psychology, Depression, Bipolar, Colombia, Schizophrenia, Tennessee, Michael, Anxiety And Panic, Michelle, Gabe Howard, Don, Gabe, Seth, Colombia Colombia, Gabe Gabe, A Bipolar


Daily Podcast: Our Third and Final Spoiler Discussion of Jordan Peele’s Us Including Listener Mail

On the March 29, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to have our final discussion about Jordan Peele’s Us spoilers, including getting to all your emails in the Mail Bag. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Podcasts , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). Opening Banter ...
Tags: Utah, Movies, Mississippi, Youtube, US, America, United States, Reddit, Adelaide, Jordan, Las Vegas, Merlin, William, Pluto, Jason, Elisabeth Moss


Podcast: How to Reduce the Stress of Social Media

 Social media sites have become a huge part of our lives, enabling us to easily stay in touch with countless friends and family members all over the world. But there’s a dark side to social media, as it also enables negative things like bullying to proliferate. Many people have found that social media creates a huge amount of anxiety in their lives, but don’t feel they can live without it. In this episode, learn some ways to reduce the anxieties associated with social media. ...
Tags: Psychology, Facebook, Technology, General, Instagram, Cdc, China, America, Social Media, Linkedin, Stress, Bbc, Britain, United States, Fox News, Green Party


Netflix Series You Lands Charlie Barnett for Second Season

Netflix series You lands Charlie Barnett for second season The Netflix series You continues to expand its cast for the upcoming sophomore season. Per Deadline, Russian Doll actor Charlie Barnett has been cast in a recurring role for Season 2. Barnett will play Gabe, a successful acupuncturist and psychedelics expert who lives his life in L.A. life to the fullest. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRef...
Tags: TV, Movies, Los Angeles, Netflix, TV News, Penn Badgley, Barnett, Gabe, Goldberg, Greg Berlanti, Sera Gamble, You, Marcos Siega, Alloy Entertainment, Charlie Barnett, Elizabeth Lail


The Classic Influences of ‘Us’, from ‘The Twilight Zone’ to ‘Jaws’

(Welcome to Classically Contemporary, a series where we explore the ways in which new releases echo classic Hollywood or how classic Hollywood continues to influence modern filmmaking.) Jordan Peele’s Get Out reinvigorated a horror landscape rife with jump scares and standard monsters. Horror features with political overtones have existed since the genre was created, but in the Blumhouse era, they were sometimes harder and subtler to find. Peele’s second feature, Us , similarly infuses ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, US, Features, Bette Davis, Cbs, Spielberg, Jason, Steven Spielberg, Wilsons, Santa Cruz, Gabe, Wells, Peele, Brody, Jordan Peele