68 - How to Face Uncomfortable Emotions with "Mental Illness Happy Hour" host Paul Gilmartin
The Verywell Mind Podcast with Amy Morin
Paul Gilmartin is a comedian. He was the longtime host of the TBS show Dinner and a Movie. He's also appeared on Comedy Central, MTV, HBO, and VH1.He’s now the host of a popular podcast called The Mental Illness Happy Hour. He interviews celebrities, experts, and everyday people about their trauma, mental illness, addiction, and negative thinking. He had always made other people laugh, and he looked like he was enjoying life from the outside.But mental illnesses are often hidden. And just because someone doesn’t “look depressed” doesn’t mean that they aren’t. In today's show, Paul talks about how he got sober, what helped reduce his depression, and how he faces uncomfortable emotions.
Paul Gilmartin is the former host of TBS's Dinner and a Movie, comedian, and has been in various aspects of entertainment for years. Most notably, Paul is the host of the Mental Illness Happy Hour...a podcast exploring mental health with a sense of raw laughter and piercing truthfulness. NURSE GUY - YouTube Nurse Guy (@nurse.guy) • Instagram photos and videos Nurse Guy (@GuyThenurseguy) / Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/company/nurse-guy-podcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/guy-beck/support
Ep 11 Comedian Paul Gilmartin: The Key to Dealing With Depression
The Mind Behind It
In this weeks episode Sahil and Huda speak to American stand up Paul Gilmartin. He is a comedian, television personality best known as the longtime host of popular network TV show 'Dinner and a Movie' and now a podcast host of 'The Mental Illness Happy Hour'We discuss ways that Paul dealt with crippling depression in the late 90s on the back of his successful show Dinner and a Movie. He states the importance of realising that depression can affect anyone and the measures that we can take to address our mental health even if we don't have the necessary resources to get a professional.In his podcast 'The Mental Illness Happy Hour' Paul sits down with artists from different fields of entertainment and discusses their mental health struggles. His hope that the show and this website will give people a place to connect, smile and feel the return of hope. Head to mentalpod.com to listen in.https://www.instagram.com/mentalpod/?hl=enhttps://www.facebook.com/mentalpod/https://twitter.com/mentalpod?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorP.S. None of the opinions in this episode are given by a medical professional. Please consult your nearest physician for advice.Call Lifeline @13 11 14 if based in Australia if you seek mental health support.
182: Speaking Up - I blamed myself for 40 years before realising this wasn’t my fault with Paul Gilmartin
Mental - The Podcast to Destigmatise Mental Health
This week we’re joined by the brilliant Paul Gilmartin who shares his journey of speaking up so publicly as host of The Mental Illness Happy Hour podcast. Plus how mental health conversations have connected us to others all over the world in this vulnerable and empowering interview. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his own mental health. Each Thursday we delve into a factor or condition that affects the mind and how to better manage it. Find Paul’s website HERE Try BetterHelp today for an exclusive discount as one of our listeners HERE Try our new show ‘Dating Games - The Modern Relationships Podcast’ HERE Petition to 'Get Mental Health Education on the School Curriculum' - Join us at bit.ly/MentalPetition Join the movement on: Facebook, Twitter & Instagram We also have a very blue website with loads of great resources HERE
Paul Gilmartin, comedian, healing force, and host of The Mental Illness Happy Hour, joins the DTFH! Original music by Aaron Michael Goldberg. This episode is brought to you by: Purple - Visit Purple.com/Duncan10 and use promo code DUNCAN10 for $200 Off any mattress order of $1500 or more! Shudder - Use promo code DUNCAN for a FREE 30 Day Trial. Squarespace - Use offer code: DUNCAN to save 10% on your first site.
The host of the Mental Illness Happy Hour discusses how to pivot out of toxic masculinity and the power of taking responsibility for one's actions.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/melindahill/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/melindahill/support
In this episode, we speak with stand-up comedian and host of the The Mental Illness Happy Hour podcast, Paul Gilmartin.We wanted to have a conversation with Paul about his mental health challenges and what drives him to tell his story so openly and honestly.To find out more about Paul, his work, or this episode, check out https://ekho.academy/paul--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ekhoacademy/message
039: A Waiting Room that Doesn’t Suck – Paul Gilmartin
Matt and Debbie interview Paul Gilmartin, comedian and host of The Mental Illness Happy Hour podcast. This is our longest episode to date, some of the topics discussed include: Paul’s experience hosting Dinner and a Movie + his struggles with addiction Paul’s focus on being successful and never feeling like he succeeded The impact of his podcast and hearing his peers talk about mental illness and struggle Paul’s hobby of making furniture This episode includes sensitive topics and adult language Listen today and give us your thoughts