Julian and Matthew take a long look at the 1999 film Teal Swan was reportedly obsessed with as a teen. Girl, Interrupted is a bold adaptation of a 1993 memoir by the writer Susanna Kaysen about the 18 months she spent undergoing treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder in a Massachusetts psychiatric facility in the late 1960s. This is episode 7 of the Swan Song Series.This study is provoked by a memory recounted by Swan's childhood friend, Diana Hansen Ribera, that Swan identified with the character of Lisa Rowe in the film. Angelina Jolie won an Oscar for her searing performance of Rowe, a sociopath. Show NotesGirl, Interrupted — Susanna Kaysen1607: Growing up with Teal Swan - Diana Hansen RiberaMad, Bad, and Sad: Women and the Mind Doctors by Lisa Appignanesi | GoodreadsBrittany Murphy: Inside Her Sudden Death at 32 That Still Confounds HollywoodGirl, Interrupted at her Music. Vermeer. 1660.It's the painting from whose frame a girl looks out, ignoring her beefy music teacher, whose proprietary hand rests on her chair. The light is muted, winter light, but her face is bright. I looked into her brown eyes and I recoiled. She was warning me of something—she had looked up from her work to warn me. Her mouth was slightly open, as if she had just drawn a breath in order to say to me, “Don't!” I moved backward, trying to get beyond the range of her urgency. But her urgency filled the corridor. “Wait,” she was saying, “wait! Don't go!” — Susanna Kaysen, Girl, Interrupted-- -- --Support us on PatreonPre-order our bookFollow us on Instagram | Twitter: Derek | Matthew | JulianOriginal music by EarthRise SoundSystem
Life interruptions happen. Whether they are small or large, changes in your life path occur. How will you deal with these changes and challenges? Pastor Pete Cova takes us on a journey of deciding to follow God wherever He leads. Join us for: Girl Interrupted.
Thank you for listening to another episode of DWP! Julia returns to discuss some very dark messaging within The Wizard of Oz and a few other films. check out these movies in your free time and don't give me that "movies steal your loosh bullshit" so does this podcast! Girl Interrupted, The Wizard of Oz, Return to Oz, The Wiz, Eyes Wide Shut, The Shining, Oh Brother Where Art Thou, Poltergeist, Clueless, Hocus Pocus I & II. MORE LISTED IN THE SHOW.
The second part of Julian and Matthew's long look at the 1999 film Teal Swan was reportedly obsessed with as a teen. Girl, Interrupted is a freewheeling adaptation of a 1993 memoir by Susanna Kaysen about the 18 months she spent undergoing treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder in a Massachusetts psychiatric facility in the late 1960s. This study is provoked by a memory recounted by Swan's childhood friend, Diana Hansen Ribera, that Swan identified with the character of Lisa Rowe in the film. Angelina Jolie won an Oscar for her searing performance of Rowe, a sociopath. In this second episode, we explore several characters that Swan may have (and may yet) identify with, discuss the awkwardness of portraying mental health narratives on the big screen, and what it would really take for such an intense film to be digestible for typical teenagers. Matthew ends with a meditation on immersive/claustrophobic media—which Swan goes on to master—compared with the relief of developing a meta-view capable of inhabiting many stories, as opposed to imitating one.SENECA THE YOUNGER, HERCULES FURENS - Theoi Classical Texts Library Hercules (Seneca) - Wikipedia Girl, Interrupted — Susanna Kaysen1607: Growing up with Teal Swan - Diana Hansen RiberaMad, Bad, and Sad: Women and the Mind Doctors by Lisa Appignanesi | GoodreadsBrittany Murphy: Inside Her Sudden Death at 32 That Still Confounds Hollywood-- -- --Stay in touch with us on Twitter: @derekberes @julianmwalker @matthewremskiOn Instagram: @conspiripodAll original music by EarthRise SoundSystem
As we prepare for our 100th episode next week, we decided to switch things up with another movie review...and it's f*cked up, Daisy! Listen as we break down the Oscar-nominated film adaptation of Susanna Kaysen's 1992 memoir, Girl Interrupted (1999, dir. James Mangold) and tie it into our own experiences in psychiatric institutions. Side topics include mental health in the 60s, our thoughts on Angelina Jolie's magnetic (and slightly triggering) performance, racism and sexism in the context of the time period and what has and hasn't changed, normalization of neurodivergence, psych ward movie tropes, and soooo many tangents. Lauren takes the Pickle Palate Cleanser to the next level and hilarity ensues. Enjoy! Don't forget that you have until October 14th to send in messages to be featured on our 100th episode! See below for ways to get in touch: Instagram: @picklesandvodkapodcast Facebook: Pickles and Vodka Podcast Twitter: @PicklesVodka Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Credits: Theme song is Insane OK by The Whines via Free Music Archive --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/picklesandvodka/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/picklesandvodka/support
Today's the first of four horror (or quasi-horror) films for CrackpotoberFest 2022 - Girl, Interrupted, both the memoir and the film. I discuss Susanna Kaysen and her father, a very interesting figure. I talk about McLean Hospital, Jim Watson, spies at McLean, and Kaysen's later career. Then, I go over some interesting themes that Girl, Interrupted the film injects into the narrative - some potentially spurious, some maybe not. To wrap up, I discuss the history of MKULTRA projects at McLean and the general area. CrackpotoberFest only gets weirder from here. Note: I make two mistakes in this episode. I think I conflate bipolar disorder and BPD which is not the fault of the film or memoir, and I also say that one of the characters kills herself to Downtown when it's a different song. My bad. Songs: Knockin' Round the Zoo by James Taylor White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane Downtown by Petula Clark Angel Baby by Rosie & the Originals Merch: https://programmed-to-chill.myshopify.com/
Julian and Matthew take a long look at the 1999 film Teal Swan was reportedly obsessed with as a teen. Girl, Interrupted is a bold adaptation of a 1993 memoir by the writer Susanna Kaysen about the 18 months she spent undergoing treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder in a Massachusetts psychiatric facility in the late 1960s. This study is provoked by a memory recounted by Swan's childhood friend, Diana Hansen Ribera, that Swan identified with the character of Lisa Rowe in the film. Angelina Jolie won an Oscar for her searing performance of Rowe, a sociopath. Girl, Interrupted — Susanna Kaysen1607: Growing up with Teal Swan - Diana Hansen RiberaMad, Bad, and Sad: Women and the Mind Doctors by Lisa Appignanesi | GoodreadsBrittany Murphy: Inside Her Sudden Death at 32 That Still Confounds Hollywood
Zac and Amanda swap movies the other has never seen to shed light on each other's movie blindspots. Theme is: All-Star Casts. Holy. Cow. Have you seen who is in these films? From Old Hollywood classics to the new superstars of the big screen. Zac watches GIRL, INTERRUPTED (1999) for the first time and Amanda watches THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (1940) for the first time. Follow Blindspotters on Instagram at @blindspotterspod and on Twitter at @blindspotters.
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This week, The Junkies continue their in-depth look into one of beloved actor Winona Ryder's most iconic roles by watching Girl, Interrupted, a passion project for Ryder, who bought the rights to the book and worked for seven years to get the film made. Winona plays Susanna, a troubled young woman who may or may not be mentally ill and who gets sent to a facility. This is the movie that officially turned all The Junkies bisexual…but it's hard to blame them when you see Winona's pixie cut and Angelina Jolie's lips (but not her haircut.) Nicole notes that Jolie's character Lisa makes the movie. Shauna's psych degree gets a workout diagnosing everyone's maladies and Hayley wonders how closely the movie adheres to its source material, and everyone mourns the loss of actress Brittany Murphy. The Junkies also discuss the male characters in the movie, including Misha Collins (!), Jared Leto (eh) and not-Doctor Phil (Jeffrey Tambor). You can prepare for the next Winona Ryder 101 by watching Autumn in New York. Links: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8W Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/popculturejunkiepodcast/Website: www.popculturejunkie.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/PopJunkies Instagram: www.instagram.com/pop.culturejunkies Email: email@example.com Hayley on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thirtynerdythriving Nicole on Instagram: www.instagram.com/nicole_eldridge Nicole on Twitter: www.twitter.com/naeldridge14 Nicole on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@nicole_eldridge Shauna on Twitter: www.twitter.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on Instagram: www.instagram.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@shaunatrinidad
This may be a heavy movie, but boy is it worth the watch. Check it out and head back to hear what we thought of this 1999 classic. Warning: this movie deals with some heavy topics and, while we don't deep dive into anything, we do touch on the same topics.
On this week's episode of A Reel Page, Turner welcomes Steph Fornasier from Melbourne, Australia. Steph hosts the popular podcast, Pyshocinematic. Steph shares her unique insight about "Girl, Interrupted."The New York Times bestseller written by Susann Kaysen was published in 1993. The movie starring Angelina Jolie, Winona Ryder, Elizabeth Moss, Brittney Murphy, Whoopi Goldberg, and many others was released in 1999.Catch this week's episode as we discuss the complex subjects covered in the film and book, the award-winning performances, and tidbits you may not have known. More about Steph and the Psychocinematic podcast:Steph Fornasier is a psychologist working in disability inclusion, who is also obsessed with movies and pop culture. Psychocinematic is her podcast where she analyses depictions of mental illness and disability in popular films and TV shows, often joined by her medical doctor husband Michael and guest co-hosts with lived experience. She lives in Melbourne, Australia, with her family including two year old son and cat. Where to connect with Psychocinematic:The podcast: PSYCHOCINEMATIC on Apple Podcasts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/psychocinematicpodcast Tiktok: @psychocinematicFacebook group: Psychocinematic Podcast | FacebookTwitter: Psychocinematic Podcast (@psychocinematic) / TwitterConnect with A Reel Page Turner:https://www.areelpageturner.com/https://www.facebook.com/groups/352221223264794Twitter: @AReelPageTurnerInstagram: @AReelPageTurnerTikTok:@areelpageturner
Robert Altman's Chicago set A Wedding from 1978 tells the story of two families and the lavish and chaotic day they marry off young Dino (Desi Arnaz Jr.) and Muffin (Amy Stryker). An all star cast of 70's luminaries, including Carol Burnett, Paul Dooley, Mia Farrow, Lillian Gish, Dina Merrill, Vittorio Gassman and Geraldine Chaplin, is joined by some background players who would later become stars in their own right. Look closely for Windy City actors Laurie Metcalf, John Malkovich, Jeff Perry, Gary Sinise, Joan Allen, George Wendt and Dennis Franz! Dan and Vicky discuss this comedy with it's ensemble of 48 speaking parts and Altman's trademark improv sensibilities. Also on deck is some recently seen including Alex Garland's Men, 1955's Bad Day at Black Rock, Girl Interrupted, Icelandic fable Lamb, Hulu's Candy, and Prime's The Boys season 3. Check us out at hotdatepod.com Or visit us on social media: FB: Hot Date Podcast Twitter: @HotDate726 Insta: hotdatepod
Sam and Lizzie go crazy for Girl, Interrupted and gasp and gush for the better part of an hour over this incredible ensemble cast. Things get borderline...nuts. MEDIA: Clip: the girls read their diagnoses Clip: Daisy & Lisa We've launched a Patreon! Support the show + get access to bonus episodes at patreon.con/subtextualpod Find us on social @subtextualpod Instagram | Twitter |TikTok |Letterboxed
Days after recent graduate Jennifer Kesse goes missing, her car is found abandoned near her home. Police search miles of terrain and interrogate dozens of suspects, yet a decade later her disappearance remains one of Florida's most baffling crimes. CHECK OUT OUR MERCH STORE!! Come get your DB T-shirts, Fry Thy Neighbor sweatshirts and so much more!! COME TO OBSESSED FEST!! It's the first-ever OBSESSED NETWORK FAMILY WEEKEND! It's going to be a weekend full of live shows--OWD Friday night, TCO Saturday night (and two non-Obsessed Network live shows as well!), meet & greets, KARAOKE!, meetups, panel chats AND. ONE. INSANE. DRAG. BRUNCH!!! It's all happening at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus, Ohio from September 30 - October 2nd. TICKETS ARE ALMOST GONE!! GET YOUR TICKET HERE!! LOOKING FOR MORE OWD? JOIN OUR PATREON! At the $5 level you get 3 FULL BONUS EPISODES PER MONTH! Right now there are over 50 full ad-free bonus episode to download and binge right this second! Including our coverage of "Pink Collar Crimes", "Fear Thy Neighbor," "Who The Bleep Did I Marry," "See No Evil", "Evil Lives Here", "Snapped", and
An appropriate movie for Jake to cover since he is constantly interrupting people. But for real, Taylor comes back on the show to talk through this gem from the late 90s, and also dive into the mental health issues that the movie tackles. Come for the intellectual discussion, stay for them telling Angelina Jolie she needs chapstick. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cleartintedclassics/support
It's the groovy 60's baby, that can only mean we're talking mental health with Whoopi & the girls for '99s Girl Interrupted. It's an all star cast in this inverted One Flew Over the Cuckoos nest suicide drama. Join us, and Happy Week 1 of Whoopi Week 2022!
It's a bonus episode, babyyyy! Tune in to hear Melissa's guest feature on A Novel Adaptation podcast, a show that examines book to movie adaptations hosted by Jordan and Em. Melissa went nostalgia with it and chose her favorite movie of all time, Girl, Interrupted! This movie is based off the 1993 memoir written by Susanna Kaysen that depicts her real-life experience as a young girl in a psychiatric hospital in the 1960s. Melissa was surprised to discover that the book was A LOT more intense, dark, and graphic than the fun, bubbly, sisterhood energy that was portrayed in the movie.Be sure to check out A Novel Adaptation podcast and join their awesome Book Club to read along with Jordan and Em!SHOW NOTESIn this episode, we talk about:The Pink Elephant cocktail from the Death & Co. recipe bookThe iconic cast of incredible actresses in the movie, Girl Interrupted (Winona Ryder, Angelina Jolie, Brittany Murphy, Elizabeth Moss, Clea DuVall)The main differences between the book and the movieThe horrible treatment of women in psychiatric wards during the 60sLisa's character (Angelina Jolie) being villainized in the movie with storylines that were not reflective of the book or the truthImportant messages around therapy, mental health, and sisterhoodA hilarious drinking game to pair with the Girl,Interrupted movieRESOURCES:Read the 1993 memoir Girl,Interrupted written by Susanna KaysenWatch the 1999 movie Girl,Interrupted directed by James MangoldTune in to A Novel Adaptation podcastFollow A Novel Adaptation on InstagramSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/mimosasisterhoodpodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jordan and Brooke are joined by writer Mimi Stringfield for 1999's edgy drama, forever immortalized in desaturated Tumblr gifs. Mimi gives some great context from the original memoir, we discuss that Winona / Angie pairing (and the infamous kiss), mount a defense for "teen girl" movies to be taken seriously, and do our best rousing rendition of "Downtown."Follow us on Twitter!Follow Mimi on Twitter and Instagram!
On this week's episode, Jake talks to Meg who tells her story about being sent to a facility in Utah, converted to Mormonism, and what eventually led her to leave the church. Meg's story is pretty wild and intense. Trigger Warnings: sexual assault, suicide/suicidal ideations, mental health.
Join us as we discuss some heavy topics in a pretty light hearted way with this adaptation. We love to see all the sisterhood these women experience and that's why we were glad to have on Melissa from the Mimosa Sisterhood Podcast as our guest! Let's talk about mental illnesses, the bonds we make with each other, and whether or not it's worth staying true to the source material. Check out Melissa on Mimosa Sisterhood at https://www.mimosasisterhood.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mimosahood Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Episode Drink: The Pink Elephant From Death & Co Cocktail book Ingredients: 2 oz Dry Gin 1 tsp Maraschino Liqueur 1 tsp Massenez creme de mure blackberry liqueur ¾ oz grapefruit juice ½ oz lime juice 1 tsp simple syrup Shake all ingredients with ice, then strain into a coup. No garnish Our Drinking Game for this Story Take a drink when: Susanna writes in her journal Anyone lights a cigarette Whenever you side-eye a “therapy” or a “diagnosis” that seems questionable 2021 lense. Anytime someone is painting their nails Any time you question whether or not Suzanna is a reliable narrator or not Take two drinks whenever: Polly is called Torch COVID Comforts Jordan : Cruel Summer on Hulu Melissa : Turning your photos into paint by numbers Em : Journey video game on PC A Novel Adaptation was created by Emily Eppley and Jordan Redwine. See more details at www.anoveladaptation.com and see what's coming up next to read along with us. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Goodreads to join the conversation. Our artwork is by Kit Bernal. Our music is “Harlequin” by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0.
Hazel Williams @mshazelwilliams Hazel is a fun loving, energic and goal-oriented person who loves to support and help others. Which is why she has been in the social services field for more than 20 years supporting families, child, youth and young mothers. Hazel's dedications and willingness to help others has impacted the lives of the people she supports. Hazel is described as a “Super Women” because of her dedication and commitment to whom she is supporting. This level of commitment to others has been foster through her own personal experiences, of being a signal mother who raised a strong young man with the support of family and community services/supports. Today Hazel is excited to take all of her skills and knowledge to the next level, by creating an even bigger impact through Big Girl Interrupted. Hazel's asking everyone What's interrupting your life? Along with sharing her own personal experiences with interruption, and the success of overcoming it. With supports and strategies in order for her to live a life without interruption. follow up with her at: https://biggirlinterrupted.ca/pages/about-us
The goobs are going live on stream with the channel and talking their way through video game topics of the week. Join us as we talk about the PSVR2 and speedily describe the plot to Girl Interrupted, trust us, it's all related. Listen to this episode on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0noI9h7YNg1NK1Eq1NJrIQ?si=e2qiEr-WQHSaM_-clruuSA&dl_branch=1 Listen to this episode on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1570002418 Find us on social media:Instagram: https://instagram.com/afterschoolspecialclubTwitter: https://twitter.com/assclubpodcast
The way to progression is first through reflection, and boy oh boy did we have a tonne to reflect on in 2021! In our final episode of the season, we share the good, the bad and all the magic in between using our signature reflection method; The 5Ls to do our annual year in review. We are so grateful to each and every one of you who have listened to our podcast episodes each and every week in 2021 and we can't wait to bring you more Girl Interrupted goodness in 2022. Happy Holidays Everyone! In this episode we talk about: The 5Ls method What we liked, loathed, learned and longed for in 2021 What we're both looking forward to in 2022 How we recommend using this method for your very own year in review Connect with your hosts on Instagram: @girlinterruptedco @saevilrow - Rachelle Saevil @uptothebeatfit - Gina Buber Want our EXCLUSIVE Wednesday Weekly Words of Wisdom delivered right to your inbox? Join HERE. Interested in being on our show? Email us at: email@example.com
That's right, we're discussing the movie that we said we would discuss last week. Surprised? Don't be, we're professionals that stick to our words and commit to doing whatever it takes to record another episode of The Re-View Podcast. Professional human beings that don't make mistakes, like calling Mad Men a movie, or start losing our attention span in the last 10 minutes of the episode. Next week, a different movie, ain't that something?Instagrams:@g.a.h._@UnoSoloMio@MagivisualStudios Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Our Director of Content and engineering student at Texas A&M University, Liliana Hildebrand, hosts special guest Rahul Gopalan, one of her engineering peers from TAMU to discuss our recent episode "Girl, Interrupted: Communication Strategies to Overcome Mansplaining and Manterrupting" which features Richa Bansal, the founder of Pink Careers. Not only do we get a Gen Z perspective on these issues, but we also get to enjoy the male perspective! --> Make sure you subscribe and review our podcast - we have more career advice coming up this season! WISEcast is featured as the Top 45 Women in STEM Podcasts by Feedspot! Help keep our momentum going and visit our website thewisestwomen.com, and follow us on: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. For information regarding sponsorship and partnership opportunities, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thewisestwomen/message
Support WISEcast here --> PayPal. In Girl, Interrupted, Richa Bansal, MBA, PMP, the founder of Pink Careers, speaks to us about using "Assertive Communication" and other communication strategies to overcome mansplaining and manterrupting. Definitely take notes! This episode was inspired by the VP debates of 2020 when VP Kamala Harris, to counter the repeated interruptions, said "Mr. Vice-President, I'm speaking" and Kim Goodwin's viral tweet (linked) featuring a flow chart to determine if a man is mansplaining. WISEcast is featured as the Top 45 Women in STEM Podcasts by Feedspot! Help keep our momentum going and visit our website thewisestwomen.com, and follow us on: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. For information regarding sponsorship, send us an email at email@example.com. Sound engineering for this episode is by Rachit Taneja (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). --- Richa Bansal is a seasoned professional with a decade of experience in strategy, operations, engineering, supply chain, and management. As one of the only women in the room for most of her career in the Oil & Gas and the IT industry, she has seen first-hand the struggles of young professional women as they navigate the corporate ladder. Richa founded www.Pinkcareers.com to give women access to career development and coaching through a learning format that is flexible, effective, and meets the needs of modern working women. Pinkcareers also partners with organizations to offer research-based experiential learning solutions so they can develop and retain exceptional female talent. Email: email@example.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thewisestwomen/message
Straight from cancer caregiver to cancer patient, Kathleen shares her journey with Uterine cancer in this informative and beautiful podcast. Hers is a story of hope, falling in love during treatment and all that is possible. I am so blessed to share her amazing story. Follow her on Instagram @kathleenmarielaue @shetalkedtogoddaily #allbecauseoftacos Facebook Kathleen Marie Laue Youtube Kathleen Laue
Sara Everard dared to walk home alone at night then went missing. Weeks later, her body would be recovered on an empty lot, inside a builders bag. Her death set off a worldwide movement but would it be enough to stop harmful behaviors and attitudes from contributing to violence against women? DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and position of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast are of their own opinion, and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelast24hours/message
The COVID 19 pandemic introduced the world to a ruthless, killer virus but for women, it's just one of the many villains that have made living under quarantine all the more dangerous. In July 2020, 15-year-old Fabel Pineda and her cousin would know this danger first hand and for their encounter, paid a tragic price. Follow these amazing Kumu streamers using my link: https://podlink.co/amandazamorakumu DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and position of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast are of their own opinion, and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelast24hours/message
This week The Dolls tackle some Japanese horror and are joined once again by Summers husband Henry to discuss 2004s The Grudge. . Check us out at: https://linktr.ee/TheDollsOfHorror . Producer: Jesse Randall Instagram: @jesseoutloud . Logo by: Clark Felix --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedollsofhorror/support
Join Matt and Kate on Episode 3 as they branch out from horror and delve into the psyche of Girl, Interrupted (1999) for our pre-2000 section. Then, dare to accompany us as we embark on a journey through the Abaddon Hotel, as we scare ourselves silly over Hell House LLC (2015), our post-2000 movie. To find out what we thought of these movies, "finger-licking good" chicken and our new hashtag #ThrashAndGash, please join us as we take you down to the Eternal Darkness Of Not So Spotless Minds... Please also check out our social media and contact pages: Facebook - www.facebook.com/groups/edonssmpod Instagram - @edonssm_podcast Email - EDspotlessminds@gmail.com Music provided by Chuckie Steel on Spotify.
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Hey Folks, Nero & Naomi back with another mental health focused episode again, this time we discuss our thoughts on the 1999 classic film Girl Interrupted and the portrayal of borderline personality disorder in the film. This was spurred on by my own diagnosis of BPD and having not seen the film since being diagnosed. Of course this discussion draws of heavily on my experiences with BPD and Naomi's living with a person with BPD. We talk about the evolution of the disorder, the definition, diagnostic procedure and general understanding as well as mental health practices in general. We also touch on some other references to BPD in media including Star Wars. A fun show as always, and hopefully informative as well, so check it out. Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss out on future episodes. Links: https://www.optimumperformanceinstitute.com/bpd-treatment/the-history-of-bpd/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borderline_personality_disorder https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misdiagnosis_of_borderline_personality_disorder Playlist of Marsha Linehan, inventor of BPD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G08IYl2DAMg&list=PL_L7KEOxOeQ_gwUQX8ExtaIt3jSm8XYbK&ab_channel=BorderlinerNotes ----more---- Contact Us: We always love to hear from out listeners so feel free to reach out to us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProteanRamblings Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tonight I will discuss the upcoming episodes on Black Girl Interrupted....I will also embrace my new found love for myself and the manifestations that have come to pass--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ashlee-p/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ashlee-p/support
From Clueless to Girl Interrupted to Uptown Girls. Brittany Murphy was a national treasure. Her death shocked the world. What happened to her? Was it toxic mold? Death by poison? Orrr as the coroner reports, pneumonia? WHAT HAPPENED? This episode we'll deep dive into Brittany's death and our theories on what happened to this beautiful angel.
This week Karl explains how love can get between a man and his family, while Vinnie introduces us to an extremely hungry caretaker. In the Scum parade we meet some parents with controversial methods, a rowing coach who was an expert on his students oars and finally a woman who left her boyfriend a surprise on his front porch.