Men Who Talk Heal

Zach Miley and Brandon Rounick

Men Who Talk Heal is a podcast that aims to not just de-stigmatize conversations about mental health, but to normalize them! Zach Miley, a Social Worker, and Brandon Rounick, a Certified Health and Wellness Coach host this funny, relaxed, and real podcast about their own mental health challenges are joined by guests from all different walks of life to talk about their experiences with mental health.

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I'm Sorry: Apologizing and Your Mental Health
6d ago
I'm Sorry: Apologizing and Your Mental Health
Does saying sorry benefit you or the other person more? What makes apologizing so hard? What happens when someone doesn't accept your apology? The guys break down these questions and more about how apologizing impacts mental health.Check Out Our Website!Follow Us on Facebook and Instagram!Music from: www.purple-planet.comImportant:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can call or text the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988. Support the show
I'm Sorry: Apologizing and Your Mental Health
6d ago
I'm Sorry: Apologizing and Your Mental Health
Does saying sorry benefit you or the other person more? What makes apologizing so hard? What happens when someone doesn't accept your apology? The guys break down these questions and more about how apologizing impacts mental health.Check Out Our Website!Follow Us on Facebook and Instagram!Music from: www.purple-planet.comImportant:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can call or text the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988. Support the show
Catching Up
Jul 25 2022
Catching Up
The guys are back after a three week hiatus and they're catching you up on a variety of things from what's going on with the show, to what's been going on in their lives, such as Zach's mindful eating journey and learning more about codependency and Brandon trying cryotherapy and starting a trauma-informed yoga instructor course, to current events like UFC fighter Paddy Pimblett taking a stand against men's mental health stigma.Paddy Pimblett audio not owned by Men Who Talk Heal.Check Out Our Website!Follow Us on Facebook and Instagram!Music from: www.purple-planet.comImportant:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show
All Grown Up and Neurodiverse
Jun 27 2022
All Grown Up and Neurodiverse
Friend of the show Jack Kopanski joins the guys to talk about what neurodiversity is and what his personal journey with mental health has been, specifically, being diagnosed later in life with anxiety and ADHD.Check Out Our Website!Follow Us on Facebook and Instagram!Music from: www.purple-planet.comImportant:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show
Moments of Strength Series Part 2
Jun 13 2022
Moments of Strength Series Part 2
Throughout our show there are times when Brandon or Zach find it helpful or important to share personal updates about their mental health journey, these episodes will be identified in a series titled "Moments of Strength". In this episode of the series, Zach shares about his experience with Vitamin D deficiency and low testosterone and how it has affected his physical, mental, and sexual health.Check Out Our Website!Follow Us on Facebook and Instagram!Music from: www.purple-planet.comImportant:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Social Wellness
Jun 6 2022
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Social Wellness
Our connectedness to other people is a key element to overall wellness. Zach and Brandon discuss the domain of social wellness and the challenges America face with this specific type of wellness in the final segment of this series.This episode is part of an 8 episode series: Smoothing Your Ride, a deep dive into each of the eight dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon will be discussing the different dimensions of wellness and how they interact with each other and how to take holistic care of our overall wellness.Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Occupational Wellness
May 23 2022
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Occupational Wellness
If you're like most people, you probably have to work in order to survive or at least to have some sort of financial stability, so going to a job or having a career likely takes up a considerably chunk of your life, but is it making you unwell? If it is, you're probably not alone. Zach and Brandon talk about the Occupational domain of wellness and discuss the importance of having a career or vocation that is meaningful and fulfilling to YOU!This episode is part of an 8 episode series: Smoothing Your Ride, a deep dive into each of the eight dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon will be discussing the different dimensions of wellness and how they interact with each other and how to take holistic care of our overall wellness.Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Financial Wellness
May 16 2022
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Financial Wellness
Do you worry about your financial situation? Whether it's avoiding your financial situation or being over anxious about ensuring your financial success, financial wellness is often overlooked as one of the dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon discuss the importance of financial wellness and share their personal experiences with this dimension in this episode.This episode is part of an 8 episode series: Smoothing Your Ride, a deep dive into each of the eight dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon will be discussing the different dimensions of wellness and how they interact with each other and how to take holistic care of our overall wellness.Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Environmental Wellness
May 9 2022
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Environmental Wellness
Do you ever wonder how your personal spaces at work and home and the world around you impact your wellness? Join Zach and Brandon as they discuss environmental wellness in this episode of Men Who Talk Heal.This episode is part of an 8 episode series: Smoothing Your Ride, a deep dive into each of the eight dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon will be discussing the different dimensions of wellness and how they interact with each other and how to take holistic care of our overall wellness.Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Spiritual Wellness
May 2 2022
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Spiritual Wellness
Get your higher power (whatever that means) and tune in as the guys attempt to dissect the dimension of spiritual wellness. And if you think it means religion, SPOILER ALERT: it doesn't! We're guessing there's a little something for everyone in this episode on working on your inner self.  This episode is part of an 8 episode series: Smoothing Your Ride, a deep dive into each of the eight dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon will be discussing the different dimensions of wellness and how they interact with each other and how to take holistic care of our overall wellness.Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Emotional Wellness
Apr 25 2022
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Emotional Wellness
We've got ALL THE FEELS in this edition of the Wellness Series where the guys tackle Emotional Wellness and what it means to be in touch with those emotions, being curious and kind about your feelings, and responding to them in a healthy and productive way.This episode is part of an 8 episode series: Smoothing Your Ride, a deep dive into each of the eight dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon will be discussing the different dimensions of wellness and how they interact with each other and how to take holistic care of our overall wellness.Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Intellectual Wellness
Apr 18 2022
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series- Intellectual Wellness
What are you doing to keep yourself intellectually stimulated? Zach and Brandon discuss the importance of intellectual wellness and simple ways to keep your brain active in this segment of the wellness series.This episode is part of an 8 episode series: Smoothing Your Ride, a deep dive into each of the eight dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon will be discussing the different dimensions of wellness and how they interact with each other and how to take holistic care of our overall wellness.Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series-Physical Wellness
Apr 11 2022
Smoothing Your Ride: Wellness Series-Physical Wellness
In this first of eight episode series, Zach and Brandon take a deep dive into the physical dimension of wellness. They discuss the different elements of physical wellness and how you can take small steps to improve your physical wellness if it's one of your areas of opportunity.This episode is part of an 8 episode series: Smoothing Your Ride, a deep dive into each of the eight dimensions of wellness. Zach and Brandon will be discussing the different dimensions of wellness and how they interact with each other and how to take holistic care of our overall wellness.Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741.Support the show ( Support the show (
Letting Go & Moving On
Apr 4 2022
Letting Go & Moving On
In this episode, Zach and Brandon discuss the challenges of letting go of people and things and moving on with our lives and how that can negatively impact our mental health. Tying into their conversation on regret, the guys discuss how to grow around the things that stick with us to live a mentally healthy life. Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (
Regrets
Mar 28 2022
Regrets
We live in a society where living without regrets is typically encouraged or at least talked about more than living with regret. Zach and Brandon talk about the book The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward by Daniel H. Pink and how regret (living with or without it) affects mental health.  Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (
Well, Well, Wellness!
Mar 21 2022
Well, Well, Wellness!
Wellness is one of those words that get tossed around a lot, but do we really know what it means? Zach and Brandon talk about what it really means to be holistically well including an overview of the 8 Dimensions of Wellness and how the dimensions affect one another.Wellness Resources and Self-Assessment  Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (
Passions to Professions
Mar 1 2022
Passions to Professions
Zach and Brandon are joined by long-time friends Geena Crosby and Cam Justice for this special one-year anniversary episode of Men Who Talk Heal. Geena and Cam share about their passions for helping others and how it led them to their choices about education and careers. This episode would be great for anyone considering a career in mental health!Important:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (
Reigniting Your Passions: Overcoming Burnout
Feb 21 2022
Reigniting Your Passions: Overcoming Burnout
Like many people, you may have experienced some type of burnout in your professional or personal life at some point. Zach and Brandon are joined by a special co-host, Nate Biggs from LEAD- Linking Efforts, who shares his personal story of burnout in two separate job settings. The guys and Nate discuss how to identify burnout, what to do about it, and how to prevent it.About Nate Biggs:Nate brings 7 years of experience in tech start-ups and over 15 years of experience in youth-led prevention. Nate has worked in start-ups and small businesses serving diverse clients, was employee number three at a premiere video game market research firm and shortly after graduating from college, Nate landed a job as a software consultant in Chicago.Nate was first exposed to youth-led prevention in 2002 in his home town of San Ramon, California and continues to volunteer there. In 2016 he changed careers to work with Youth to Youth, an internationally known youth-led prevention program based out of Columbus, OH. Overseeing Youth to Youth’s tobacco grant, Nate coordinated prevention efforts with local organizations, guided teens in their development of counter-marketing materials, assisted local law enforcement with compliance checks, and was a key member of the summer conference staff.In his spare time Nate enjoys camping with his partner Rachael and their dog Boomer, enjoys rock climbing, and playing video games. Nate is an Internationally Certified Prevention Specialist and holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology.For coaching and personal inquiries please reach me atnate@driftcoaching.com (work in progress 2/20/2022)For prevention work and to learn more about LEADlinkingefforts.comnate@linkingefforts.com--Check Out Our Website!Follow Us on Facebook and Instagram!Music from: www.purple-planet.comImportant:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (
Creatively Coping
Feb 14 2022
Creatively Coping
Have you ever tried journaling or other expressive methods to cope with your mental health challenges? Zach and Brandon discuss their personal successes and challenges when it comes to using these methods in this episode. Zach also gives an update on his eating challenges and mindful eating journey.Check Out Our Website!Follow Us on Facebook and Instagram!Music from: www.purple-planet.comImportant:"Men Who Talk Heal" is a podcast that is intended to entertain and inform. The opinions and information expressed and exchanged in this podcast and on any associated sites (including social media and this website) are not intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any illness, disease, or condition. Listeners should consult a professional regarding their individual needs. Listeners should not begin, modify, or stop any treatment or intervention based on the information shared in this podcast.Additionally, the opinions expressed by the hosts of this show and/or guests appearing on the show are those of that individual and do not represent the views or opinions of any other entity. Hosts and guests appearing on the show that hold a license or credential by any governing board are not operating in the capacity of their license or credential while participating in the podcast.If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, you should dial 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency department.For additional crisis resources you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741. Support the show (