The full Geek Therapist crew is back! Aaron, Katie and Jocelyn discuss being a witness to crimes, death and a listener question as they get back into the swing of things. This episode is irreverent, sad and hilarious, so be prepared for this unusually profane NSFW episode of Geek Therapist!
Your hosts of the Geek Therapist podcast are back with another discussion about suicide and suicide prevention! Aaron, Katie and Jocelyn talk about the upcoming Walk Out Of Darkness at Liberty Park as well as the reaction to information about the Crisis Text Line. We then attempt to answer a listener question about taking the role of “victim stance” and drop hints about next week’s discussion of sex, intimacy and geek love.
No, this isn’t the announcement of the end of the podcast. Aaron, Katie and Jocelyn begin this episode in a boisterous and NSFW kind of way before smacking the topic of geek burnout. We discuss what are the signs of burnout and what can you do to help yourself when the portents are pointing to flaming out. So take a deep breath, pause that epic smackdown post you’re about to send and download episode 32 of Geek Therapist!
Your hosts have recovered for the most part from Salt Lake Comic Con FanX and Easter and return with our breakdown of the panels we attended or were a part of during the event. Aaron, Katie and Jocelyn talk about the panels that addressed social issues in our geek fandoms and how our minds were either enlightened or trapped in the Pandorica of geekiness. So throw on your favorite costume, download the episode and enjoy Geek Therapist episode 30!
The amazing Watchtower Cafe’ allowed all four hosts of Geek Therapist to hold their first live event. Aaron Burton, Katie Burton, Taylor Hunsaker and Jocelyn Christensen all tackle your favorite characters from the Star Wars saga while some of our fans tolerate our tangents! A huge shout out to Cori and Tui for hosting the event! Hope you enjoy the episode, warts and all!
Aaron, Katie and Jocelyn take on a meaty subject in the episode, where they attempt to answer a listener question of how to pick up the pieces after divorcing a narcissist. The second half covers some ways to help raise and understand kids with anxiety. Join them as they do their damnedest to help the listener glue the shattered pieces of her life back together again while still bringing Geek Therapist’s style of humor.