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Mental Illness Happy Hour

By Paul Gilmartin

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"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" - Atlantic Monthly

Customer Reviews

Should be mandatory to implement listening sessions at work

Could you imagine how much better our lives would be if everyone would be involved in opening up their mind before their mouth? Beautifully constructed, open conversations with no judgement, this podcast could save the world.

Thank you, Paul.

Making a very long story very short, this podcast saved my life.

Amazing Podcast

I have been listening to the mental illness happy hour for over 3 years. This podcast helped me to shed the stigma of therapy and get myself the help I deserved. In 3 years I’ve gone from a massively codependent depressed anxious man to a slightly codependent rarely depressed rarely anxious man. I owe a great deal in part to the candor of Paul and his guests.

While listening to the podcast I have come across major revelations through things Paul and/or his guests share. I take note of the quotes and dissect them with my therapist. We discuss and find the reason why each quote affects me.

I owe a great deal of my personal recovery to this show. I generally don’t review podcasts or support them financially (I know, I’m terrible) but I have been a long time (over a year and a half) Patreon patron of the show.

You are not alone.

Mental Illness Happy Hour
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  • Free
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Language: English

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