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The Psych Central Show: Candid Chat on Mental Health & Psychology

By Psych Central, Gabe Howard and Vincent M. Wales

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The Psych Central Show is a weekly podcast that offers a candid, interesting, and in-depth look into all things mental health and psychology. With Psych Central Associate Editor and blogger Gabe Howard and featuring Vincent M. Wales. Tune in and have fun -- plus, you might accidentally learn something.

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Thank you so much!

I’m so thankful to hear this podcast, especially when Ally was talking about how horrible&difficult it is to cope/cut off a parent with mental health illnesses when they are capable of showing their love/kindness/affection/support &when they’ve been in a healthy use boundaries but be able& willing to mindset long enough to have a positive impact on your views of them. It’s difficult
especially on enforcement. For me it’d make me feel less guilt/regret in upholding my boundaries & or cutting toxic people from my life, if there was never any positive impact on me by that person, also regarding my parents&their mental health illnesses, it’d make it less complicated emotionally for me to finally cut them out of my everyday life if they never did anything to help me/were always verbally physically abusive/if they were constantly mean/nasty so I could remember only negatives.Thank you very much for sharing your personal traumatic life experiences with the world. Just hearing this interview has even helped me in ways that may not seem important but for me at this particular time in my life, it’s really truly helped me remember that I’m not alone even though I may be isolated in my day to day life, I’m not alone in the wield&that’s really made a huge difference in my emotional state. Thank you soo much to this podcast psych central as well for asking poignant questions without being harsh or insensitive to Ally’s trauma. I truly look forward to even more podcast from y’all. Just 1 question why isn’t the podcast longer? I don’t know about other people but I’d have loved to hear much more from Ally today, is this just 1 short episode that I happened to start with& you do have longer episodes available? Thanks again!🙏🏼💖♒️🕊

Glad it’s here

We need pods like this to educate folks abt mental illness. Gabe’s energy steers this pod which I listen to without fail.
Time & time again though, they fail to give us enough info to find the guests after the show. It seems so obvious to put this 411 in the show notes & yet they don’t do it.
Tell us & then show us where we can find your guests, please. Enunciate their names & the names of their books, or pods, or whatever.
The guests are so great but I’m always left wanting more.

poor audio quality

i really want to listen to this due to the subject matter, but i listen on headphones while cycling & can't handle the poor audio quality. all it takes is getting good microphones to get a quality podcast, but i guess that is tough if not doing in person interviews? i know my ears are not the best, but i am able to understand the other podcasts i listen to while cycling, but too often can't understand what is being said on this podcast.

The Psych Central Show: Candid Chat on Mental Health & Psychology
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  • Category: Self-Help
  • Language: English

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