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56 minutes | Apr 3, 2020
ForthHand Media Roundtable - Covid-19
Join the ForthHand Media Crew led by Brent Hand of Hysteria 51 (The Lower 4th dimension) in an effort to discuss how each of our podcasts are tackling things in this current state of crisis. Updates, news, and profanity await you on the first of many ForthHand Media roundtable sessions.Hysteria 51http://forthhand.com/hysteria-51/The Mad Scientisthttp://forthhand.com/the-mad-scientist-podcast/Rad or Fadhttp://forthhand.com/rad-or-fad/Sad Timeshttp://forthhand.com/sad-times/Happy Horror Coffee Breakhttp://forthhand.com/happy-horror-coffee-break/Penny Havenhttp://forthhand.com/penny-haven/Close Encounters of the Slurred Kindhttp://forthhand.com/close-encounters-of-the-slurred-kind/Beyond Terrestrialhttp://forthhand.com/beyond-terrestrial/Find More Great Podcast AtForthHand Media - http://forthhand.com/shows/
56 minutes | Mar 23, 2020
Tach Van Sickle | 19
As an anxious person, the thought and projection of life can often be overwhelming. When life presents itself as even more unpredictable than we may have envisioned or feared, our perspective contracts and reminds us how little control we have. Join us today as we talk with Tach Van Sickle about not only his early life but also his adult relationships and inner struggles.
92 minutes | Jan 29, 2020
Bob LeGere | 18
Growing up with siblings can be at times enlightening, empowering, and frustrating. One thing is for sure: our siblings play a huge part in who we are. Join us today as we speak with Bob about growing up in Chicago, his relationship with his sister, the tragedy of her untimely death, and the strength and support of his family and the foundation started in her honor.The Annie Legere Foundation - Amazingannie.orgFollow Bob on Instagram - @boblegeree
42 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Jenny Chau | 17
Emotions and family are two things that usually go together. However family is t always the most fertile ground for expressing or learning about emotions. Join us this week as we talk with Jenny Chau about her relationship with her family along with how she rebelled to get out of the house.Find More Great Podcast at:ForthHand Media - http://forthhand.com/shows/
61 minutes | Dec 9, 2019
Ali Joseph | 16
The connection we have with our parents is more complex than any of us realize. We become who we are based on the tutelage of our parents and no matter what strife arises, there is always a deep love. Join us today for a powerful episode with Ali Joseph as she talks about her relationship with her father growing up and what it meant to her to lose him.You can follow Ali:Facebook @coworkncultureTwitter & Instagram @coworknculturewww.thecoworkingculture.comFind More Great Podcast at:ForthHand Media - http://forthhand.com/shows/
70 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
Ray Walden | 15
No matter the time period, bullying has always been a constant menace in the lives of many children. It’s isolating and terrifying. Join us today as we talk with Ray about growing up in a large family, how he dealt with severe bullying, and what outlets he used to make sense of the pain and isolation he was feeling.Find More Great Podcast at:ForthHand Media - http://forthhand.com/shows/
13 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
Update | 14
Kevin and Brent sit down to talk about the direction of the show, why Kevin decided to make Sad Times, and how YOU can be a guest. If you want to reach out about possibly being a guest on an upcoming episode, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
59 minutes | Oct 21, 2019
Jason Weaver | 13
When growing up, we are heavily influenced by not only the support of our parents but also what we may not know is missing. As our parents work through life, portions of ourselves are formed that aren’t always evident right away. Join us today as we talk with Jason about some of his experiences growing up, as well as how he has worked through relationships as an adult and how being a father affects him.
77 minutes | Oct 13, 2019
J.T.R. Brown | 12
Growing up anxious leads one to look for a lot of outlets and answers. Religion is one of the most comfortable places to put your uncertainty. Join us today as we talk with JT Brown about his journey to find happiness and relief from anxiety and how his faith evolved over time.
69 minutes | Oct 6, 2019
Brent Hand of Hysteria 51 | 11
Growing up with a family away from town and civilization can be challenging, to say the least. Add to that a mother who deals with mental health issues and isolation and depression can set in. Join us as we talk with Brent about his struggles with his mother, his own health, his family's health and losing both of his parents.You can find Brent weekly on his show Hysteria 51: http://hysteria51.com/
58 minutes | Sep 29, 2019
Haily Wineland | 10
Whether we know people for a brief time or are their close friend or family member, suicide is a horrific event to unpack and deal with. Join us as we talk with Haily about her experience in knowing, and sometimes loving, those who have taken their own lives.
56 minutes | Sep 22, 2019
Jon Penick | 9
Growing up with family, it sometimes feels like it's your tight little unit versus the world. As you expand out, you meet others, form bonds of your own and struggle to understand what each new relationship means. Join us as we discuss with Jon learning from both family and intimate relationships. Also, please check out Jon's latest record All That We Send.
54 minutes | Sep 15, 2019
Jennifer Burroughs | 8
Death is a part of life. There's no escaping it, no matter how we rationalize it. Join Jenn and Kevin as they discuss how they might cope with the death of dear loved ones as they wrestle with the death of a co-worker.
64 minutes | Sep 8, 2019
John Dooley | 7
As children, so much of our self confidence comes from our appearance and the acceptance of our peers. Sometimes we don’t realize that the cutting remarks made to us go a long way to shape who we are and how we cope with our self worth. This even can lead to unhealthy escapist tendencies as we mature into adulthood. Join us as we talk with John Dooley about growing up, religion, substance abuse and learning about acceptance.
57 minutes | Sep 1, 2019
Kelly Fehrenbach | 6
Growing up around family shapes us all. We come to know both the extended and immediate members of our family as totems of our existence. So often, growing up we deal with this in what we think are singular ways but could easily be universal. Join us today with Kelly as she talks about her time growing up, marrying young and becoming herself.
75 minutes | Aug 25, 2019
Kelly Harding | 5
It really comes back to family. When my sister Kelly, this week’s guest, had kicked me out of her car after pulling off the interstate (I’d been very, very rude indeed), we both ended up crying and talking to our father to figure out how to get me back in that car. Join us today as I talk with Kelly about the struggles and triumphs of being part of a family, being a parent, and finding humor in the darkest times.
64 minutes | Aug 18, 2019
Michael | 4
When people feel sad, it’s often commonplace that they escape through alcohol or some other mind-altering substance. Often this can only compound the problem and also leads to further loneliness. Join us as we have a brave, frank and unflinching conversation with Michael.
56 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Lauren Sivak | 3
It is a universal axiom: Young Love is bracing, to say the least. Join Lauren and I as we discuss the complicated story of one of her early relationships, how she was ostracized, and how her belief in herself has built over the years.
57 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Jennifer Burroughs | 2
As a sensitive child, Jenn felt very isolated at times and was overcome with strong emotions she didn't always understand. Join us as we discuss how our places in our families can inform who we become and also what it means to strike out on your own and be away from your family.
67 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Chris Marcum | 1
Growing up in small town America can be a lonely venture, especially if your parents are not around very much. During this conversation, Chris and I discuss growing up and feeling lonely and how that sadness can stretch across generations.
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