May 20, 2021
Hey! It’s Mental Health Awareness Month! Regular listeners are quite aware of our mental health or lack thereof, but we haven’t done an episode about it in a while, so here we are, talkin’ about it. We’re talking medication, masculinity, and making an effort to look out for ourselves. No shame here!
If you're curious about our other episodes focusing on mental health issues, check out the mental health category on our website.
Then, you and Pitney have movie-watching homework to do. Someday soon we'll do a deep dive on the Shudder original horror film Host. Get a quick peek into it at the end of this episode.
And this week in self care, activating your parasympathetic nervous system.
Promo: FriGay the 13th
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