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Unhinged: Discussing Mental Health

By Doug: Depression Survivor, Ed: Supporter

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Description

The Unhinged Podcast is an in-depth look at a 30 year friendship between a man, afflicted with a lifetime of treatment-resistant depression, and his best friend, who has had to helplessly watch him battle this dreadful disease, year after year. More often than not, this disease kills friendships and causes major family conflict due to the fact that this is a disease people most often cannot see, and simply are not capable of dealing with it's many challenging issues. The Unhinged Podcast offers unique insight, education, and real life experiences, with the ultimate goal of spreading awareness. Join us as we share stories, discuss the latest in mental health, technology, psychiatry, neurology, and much more. People just don't understand how stressful it is to explain what's going on in your head when you don't even understand it yourself.

Customer Reviews

Educational honest and loving

What a great podcast. I have been moved to laughter and tears over and over. Doug is so educated and honest about what it's like to live with and fight debilitating depression, and Ed is a shining example of unconditional love and support. Well done gentlemen, thank you so much for sharing.

Wanted to love but turned off

I wanted to love this podcast, but unfortunately I was turned off halfway through the first episode. Certain comments I found to be inappropriate and disrespectful, especially since they had no connection to the subject of depression. I think if these guys want to keep an audience they need to be sensitive that they have people from different backgrounds listening.

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