On my way home from work today, there were several things that bugged me. Societal issues that really give me a lot of anxiety. Subway platform temperatures, sidewalk etiquette...just follow the rules of the road (applies to elevators, stairs, and escalators), excessive car honking...just stop! I’m also super stressed out because I have too much stuff at home. With some help, I plan on decluttering.
On this episode I talk about my habit of being attracted to unavailable women, the recent death of Chris Cornell and how medication possibly played a role In his death, and the story of Ray Spencer, a man charged with molesting his kids and spent 20 years in prison despite being innocent.
In this episode I talk about suicide a bit. If you or anyone you know is experiencing suicidal ideation/tendencies please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-8255).
On this episode I talk about my “rolodex” of bad memories, the possibility of being a synesthete, and a Korean Noodle Antitrust lawsuit. I also go down a rabbit hole and bring up Net Neutrality again and contradict myself a whole lot because I'm crazy.
I updated to the newest version of Garageband and my audio sounds all weird, but I also sound out of breath because of some congestion. I'll figure it out.
On this week’s episode I talk about how fucked up United Airlines is, how important it is to not delegitimize and stigmatize mental illness especially in dating, how I’ve started to reconcile my baggage and past issues, and my overall improvement and foray into yoga.
On this week's episode, I talk about how boring my previous podcasts have been, my recent struggles, how anxiety can make you seem like an asshole, some new treatments to mental illnesses, and my approach to the question "what's our purpose?" I admit some of these were shower thoughts.