For a large part of my life I’ve battled Bipolar disorder, feeling inadequate at jazz improvisation and a host of other things, this podcast is about: *Laughing our asses off *Taking a look into our wierd-ass brains *Seeing if we can learn something through studying music *Trying to sell some art so I don't lose my apartment. Help support this podcast by purchasing one of my paintings atwww.etsy.com/shop/UnsettledMinds
Emily's honest and transparency about her episode and everything that followed including getting admitted to the hospital and what it was like. This is a link to this episodes video https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZyU8H9ODdo&feature=youtu.be and Emily's Life on Wheels Vlog https://m.youtube.com/c/EmilyBottinick
This is an episode on why differences between your spouse, your parent, your offspring, your friend, your colleague or who ever it may be are actually good and ok. Essentially you and them are fundamentally different and both have to march to their own drummer. Here is a link to the book called Please Understand Me https://www.thriftbooks.com/browse/?b.search=Please%20Understand%20Me%3A%20Character%20and%20Temperament%20Types#b.s=mostPopular-desc&b.p=1&b.pp=30
Knee (a fictional name for a real person asked me to do a post on how to get her to workout when depressed. The episode is my tip/trick to doing that. Ultimately it is when we are stable that we have the most control over out thoughts and feelings which can make it easier to get motivated about working out. There is a tick/tip to jump start working out when depressed. Enjoy.
In this episode Snowflake and Chacoman from Bi-Polar podcast have a seat with me as I interview them about topics such as Faith, Hope, Love, and sex and how Bipolar effects those. You can find Bi-polar girl on Facebook @bipolargirlpodcast & @bipolargirlpodcastsupportgroup As well as Twitter @bipolargirlpod Any support for this podcast is appreciated. Help support this podcast by clicking the support button.
Do drugs and alcohol effect mental illness? How does one manage a mental illness and have consistency in life? Perfectionism in life and music. These are the topics discussed in this episode by our special guest Gabriel Braendlein. Gabriel is my brother, an incredible person, and a phenomenal musician who is uniquely qualified to talk on these topics. Gabriel manages Depression and Anxiety.