Alice and Deanna discuss the uncanny similarities between depression and the common cold, why “self-care” shouldn’t have to be said in a funny voice, and how ghosts aren’t nearly as prank-focused as they could be. Plus new features: “At Least We’re Not Still Doing This” and “Asking For a Friend.” Information can be fun! Finally: great podcasts you should put in your ears, and how can we find a cat that will let us bathe it?
MY LINKS, MY LINKS, MY LOVELY LADY LINKS:
Unicorns are real if you’re willing to believe these are unicorns, which we do not.
Texting with Scott:
On inherent worthiness: https://www.instagram.com/p/BD2HskskdRQ/?taken-by=deannazandt
Please don’t do this guys:
Princess Leia loves her bubbles!
Angel the monkey gettin’ her groom on:
The postpartum depression episode:
Deanna’s delightful podcasts:
There Goes the Neighborhood
The Flop House
Asking for a friend: Bipolar family support?
(we’ll post these questions on our own Facebook and Twitter in the future)
Intro! Outro! It’s everything!
Shame Spiral by Tacocat
“Mule Skinner Blues” by The Fendermen
(Sidenote: Deanna’s mom used to sing this to her and her brother when they were little. Explains a lot, doesn’t it?)
The “whee” jingle is from KLAC in the 1960s. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KLAC#History