Jackson and Destiny return for another episode of your favourite podcast about Mental Health! The long and storied saga of Jackson vs iTunes enters its final chapter, and soon Goof Zone will emerge on the storefront for the Year of the Goof! It’s a mostly chill episode this week as Jackson and Destiny chat about the year ahead!Read More
We welcome back the Goof Zone for another beautiful month, as Jackson and Destiny at last have their Creativity Conversation! Come inside for a talk about how to balance creative drive with mental illness, the reasons our hosts are driven to create, and how to express creativity healthily.
This episode gets into some of our most intense subject matter, however it’s all handled in an open and positive way, this is Real Talk in as safe a space as possible!Read More
Schedule woes have made the Goof Zone a hard zone to reach, but Destiny and Jackson come together to release yet another fantastic episode! Today, one man reign supreme, a man who writes songs… that sound like other songs. That man is none other than Sir. “Weir Al” Yankovic Esq, and we pay tribute to him on this hallowed day.
By which I mean, we talk about in for a little bit then go off on two cool tangents for the rest of the episode!Read More
Welcome, welcome to another edition of the Goof Zone! My computer is still busted so we’re not quite upto full capacity yet, but a new one is on the way, and the early episode schedule blues will be a thing of the past. But even with the difficulties, we got our good friend Matthew Marko in to talk about their relationship learning and self-motiviation!Read More
It’s here, at last, episode 4 of the Goof Zone! It’s been a rocky summer for us, but the episode itself is our lightest time yet, which isn’t saying much considering how intense our opening episodes have been. We talk about adulthood milestones, and how we measure ourselves against them, and whether there’s any value in that. But mostly, we just find ourselves unable to stop talking about 9/11 and Ronald Reagan.
To download the episode, click here. iTunes coming soon!
Content Warnings: it’s a light month, there’s talk about anxiety and loneliness, but nothing too intense.
Music This Episode
Stars Of The Lid – Don’t Bother They’re Here
Squeeze – Up The Junction
The Mountain Goats – No Children
My Chemical Romance – Vampire Money
It’s been four weeks since episode 2 of the Goof Zone, for which we apologise greatly! In fact, this was recorded a couple weeks ago, but I’ve been unable to edit it due to my computer breaking.
The episode itself is a talk about ways in which we hold onto our sense of self when the times get particularly tough. It’s a great episode, we’re hitting our stride, and hopefully we’ll be able to see you in two weeks! Please donate!
Songs this week:
- Mustache Man (Wasted) by Cake
- Army by Ben Folds Five
- Daydream by The Smashing Pumpkins
- Cotopaxi by The Mars Volta
Trigger Warnings: Self Harm, Isolation, Self-Destructive Attitudes to Self Help
Welcome to the Goof Zone!
For the second episode, we’re talking about anxiety in public, and the coping mechanisms we employ to get through any difficult situations. But as well as the real talk, there are goofs once more, the Saga Of Linkin Park continuing again, and ridiculous voices abound. It’s a great second episode to a cool podcast that we want to be funny, informative, and helpful to any fellow folk dealing with Mental Illness every day.
We still don’t have the website set up, monetary problems are making us wait, but for now you can listen here, and if you want to subscribe, you can subscribe on iTunes!:
Content Warnings: Anxiety, Depression, Social Anxiety, Therapy
Welcome, one and all, from far and from wide, to the first instalment of the Goof Zone. It’s a new podcast from myself and Destiny Sturdivant about Mental Health and general silliness. This episode serves as a sort of untested pilot for the show, it’s loose and introductory, and we’re still getting the bearings on what we want the Goof Zone to actually be. But such is the way when starting anything new!Read More