In this episode, Jack and his psychology professor, Anne Lippert, tackle the issue of mental health. They discuss the pertinence of maintaining therapy's needs instead of believing it's a trend, what it means to be male and female in terms of mental health, and the cognitive effects of mental health.
In this episode, Landen and Jack bring Lane Dixon, one of Jack's high school english teachers, on to discuss trauma. They share their different experiences with trauma, how they dealt with it, and how they'd handle known trauma now. Lane shares a very personal story. Very powerful message.
In this episode, Landen and Jack talk about brotherhood and what it means to them. They delve into their different experiences around the house, and pay homage to the relationships they developed. Sam, Tebbe, and Damir all make guest appearances at the very end. Super special episode for the Woodsmen
In this episode, Landen, Jack, and Jack's fiancée talk about their experiences with sex, including when they watched porn for the first time, what "the talk" was like, and how their view on sex have changed.
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In this episode, Landen and Jack are joined by Jack's fiancée, Olivia Yanda, to discuss what their parents taught them about romantic relationships, what high school relationships meant, and how they view relationships now. Later, Landen and Olivia discuss the life of a divorced child and how they viewed their relationships with their parents.
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In Jack and Landen's latest, they discuss what their parents told them about joy. Delving into how memories are directly linked with emotion, they recall some of their most joyous memories, including when Jack ran over some kid at the NASCAR theme park in Tennessee. Also, Landen draws some connections with joy and happiness.
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Today, the Woodsmen talk about happiness and their relationship with it on a daily basis. We talk about sports, motivation, and mental health among other things. And, Jack starts doing a joke (or two I guess) to end each episode.
In this episode, Landen and Jack discuss what their parents told them about fear. They dive into the American political climate, John Wilkes Booth, Team America, and a lot more spirtuality from Landen.
In the second edition of "What Our Parents Said," Landen and Jack talk about what their parents told them about control. They also pay their respects to the late Chadwick Boseman, and sprinkle in conversation about Jack's finacee.
In our very first episode, we discuss how we have experienced, thought about, and dealt with shame. We range from past experiences and periods of growth to how shame has played a role in religions and governments. We also welcome are unexpected guest Phil. Hope you enjoy!