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'Uncomfortable Questions'

Interview program: I interview one ordinary person each show and ask them some of the tough questions of life. "What is Evil?" "What is Love?" "What is the nature of reality?" "Is there a soul?" Each show is different as I follow wherever the conversation wants to go. These are all the things you got to talk about at 2am while drunk on your dorm room floor, but never discuss anymore.

Mar 20, 2006

This is a unique and special interview with David C. My ex-roomate, friend of 25 years, and in recovery from his 3rd Major Depression "Smack-down", as he calls it. It is the most open, intelligent, soul searching look at major depression from the inside. You can see more of David on our video podcast at:


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David C.
over thirteen years ago

Interesting question. What came to mind just now was that medication doesn\'t effect the soul, so much act as a filter. What it\'s filtering, I don\'t know.

Or maybe it\'s like this, does food effect your soul? If you don\'t eat, you die. If I don\'t take my medication, I might not die, but it\'s not good.

David C.
thirteen and a half years ago

Argh! I was just listening to our interview & realized that everytime I said \"inpatient\" I MEANT to say \"outpatient\".

I blame the drugs.

thirteen and a half years ago

I just wanted to say thank you for an interesting podcast! I\'ve occasionally had to lead a group bible study when the leader hasn\'t been able to attend. Since I\'m extremely unfamiliar with the bible, your show has led to interesting discussions on a whole range of topics from and inspired by your Uncomfortable Questions podcast. I\'ve just read your blog, and one of the questions your podcast inspired was, \"If you believe you have a soul, can medication affect it? Or it\'s expression?\" Anyways, thanks again for all the work that has to go into putting it together! It really is appreciated!