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  • Episode 11: Body Dysmorphic Disorder.

    Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) affects more than 10 million people in the United States alone and can be linked to other psychiatric disorders such as anxiety disorders, OCD, anorexia and bulimia to name a few.

  • Episode 10: Unnatural Habitat.

    Dan and P reflect on their childhoods and how growing up in the DC area during the peak of the crack epidemic may have contributed to our mental health issues.

  • Episode 9: Recklessness.

    In episode 9 of A Few Screws Loose Dan and Paul have a discussion about reckless behavior. We quickly go over some of the mental illnesses that are associated with reckless behavior, before landing on Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).

  • Episode 8: Hypervigilance.

    In episode 8 of A Few Screws Loose Dan and Paul share their personal experiences with hypervigilance which could be viewed as over the top.

  • Episode 7: Sexual Abuse

    Does being mentally ill absolve you of your actions? This week Dan and Paul talk about sexual abuse, who it affects, and how it affects victims.

  • Episode 6: Substance Abuse

    Recorded on New Year's Eve, Dan and Paul discuss substance abuse... eventually. Dan shares how he was an alcoholic from the age of 13 until about 18 sharing some drunk stories that we can now look back at with our brand of twisted humor.

  • Episode 5: LGBTQ+ Mental Health (w/ Jayden Hollywood).

    This week we wanted to talk to Jayden Hollywood (@TheGreatJayden) of the Unapologetik Podcast (@UnapologetikPod) about mental health in the LGBT community.

  • Episode 4: Wrestling With Mania

    We discuss Tyson Fury's inspirational comeback from a 3 year bout with extreme mental illness. We also share our experiences with manic episodes, depression, suicidal thoughts, and sleep paralysis.

  • Episode 3: We’re Misanthropists, Not Anti-Social.

    In episode 3 we unpack a lot! Paul explains how people routinely misuse the term anti-social, which is actually a form of sociopathy closely related to psychopathy

  • EP02: SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

    This week we take a look at Seasonal Affective Disorder. During the winter months there's a large number of people who get depressed, or more depressed than usual.