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Sorry About Your Dad

By Amy Miller

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Description

Stories about dads. Hosted by a comedian.

Customer Reviews

Interesting listen for anyone with a dad

For Anyone who's ever had a relationship with their dad, even more poignant if you've lost your dad. Basically people's life stories on their dad, so far, but I love how amy somehow ends up playing the role of therapist (though I don't think that is her intent in these posts). Definitely provides insight on relationship issues that are applicable even if it isn't father-child related. Always surprised how much emotion is invoked in me with each listen, especially since these are essentially the stories of complete strangers you have no reason to care about. Just my two cents... But I'll continue to listen.

So good

Seriously

There's often a tragic story behind a funny person

Sometimes it feels like I'm kind of listening to my social worker mother explain to me why she decided to divorce my dad. When the people who were there for you longer than anyone else you can remember suddenly aren't, coping with that loss, coping with bad memories that screw up what you want to believe about your childhood has a fundamental effect on your outlook. For better or worse. But if you can laugh it off, then maybe for the better.

Having been raised by a social worker, and then listening to a podcast made by a local comedian that I enjoy and send annoying tweets at who is also a social worker sometimes feels a little nostalgic. It's a good podcast though and if you're looking for something that's a lot more personal than yet another self-indulgent Internet career marketing scheme, then you should give it a listen.

Sorry About Your Dad
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  • Category: Comedy
  • Language: English

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