Rank #1: S1 Episode 3 - Steve - Sex is more than sex
Steve wants to have more sex with his wife. But is his focus on the bedroom obscuring a bigger issue?
Rank #2: S2 Episode 4 - Hannah - Coping with anxiety
Hannah's anxiety is out of control and that's making it hard to get through her day at work.
Rank #3: S1 Episode 9 - Patti - Giving until it's gone
Patti strives to be perfect and does so much for her son and husband. Hillary helps her see that giving even more is not the answer.
Rank #4: S2 Episode 2 - Layla - Healing from rape
*Warning: This episode details a sexual assault and may be triggering for some listeners. A chance encounter at the pool has triggered Layla to remember a sexual assault. In this session, she begins to heal.
Rank #5: S1 Episode 4 - Megan and Clark - Learning how to be married all over again
Megan and Clark are going through some major life changes. Clark welcomes the change. Megan is supportive yet can't help but miss what's been lost along the way.
Rank #6: S1 Episode 7 - Belle - The eating disorder voice inside
Belle has a voice inside her head that torments her with messages of self-hate. She turns to food to feel better. Hillary tries to help her with a therapy called EMDR.
Rank #7: S1 Episode 8 - Sloane - Putting a name on this problem
Hillary introduces Sloane to the idea of Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to help her understand why she feels so overwhelmed at times. But will the diagnosis help Sloane feel more or less empowered to change?
Rank #8: S1 Episode 6 - Franklyn - Heartbreak in a digital world
Franklyn revokes his access to tracking his ex-wife's whereabouts through her phone. It's his last connection to her.
Rank #9: Hillary's podcast pick: Mic Drop
If you liked how Other People's Problems let you into the minds and hearts of ordinary people you'll love Mic Drop. Listen in as teenagers share their mood-swinging, dream-chasing, rule-breaking dramas and adventures.
Rank #10: S2 Episode 7 - Sloane - Ending it with an abusive mom
As Sloane prepares to welcome her first child, she confronts the painful relationship she has with her own mother and her wish the relationship could end.
Rank #11: S1 Episode 5 - Patti - Birth trauma
The birth of Patti's son still haunts her today. What can she do to overcome those memories that are keeping her stuck in guilt and regret?
Rank #12: S2 Episode 1 - Ellie - Abusive with me, but loves our daughter
Ellie's decision to leave her abusive relationship has restored her sparkle. But how does she foster a good relationship between him and their daughter without getting hurt again?
Rank #13: S2 Episode 5 - Belle - Suicide and parental guilt
*Warning: This episode references suicide and may be triggering for some listeners. Belle is feeling suicidal and like a bad parent. Hillary talks with her about the idea of a "good enough" mom.
Rank #14: S2 Episode 3 - Ethan - Space for a new baby
Hillary works with Ethan to imagine playing and connecting with his new baby. He's worked for years to process the terrifying experience of almost losing his wife during the birth of their first child.
Rank #15: OPP Extra - Hillary McBride interview
Creator and producer of Other People's Problems Jodie Martinson sits down with Hillary to explain how OPP was made, and what challenges they faced in putting it together.
Rank #16: OPP Extra - Lu Ripley on talking about suicide
*Warning: This episode references suicide and may be triggering for some listeners. When someone you love is suicidal, talking about it is daunting. In this podcast extra, host Hillary McBride, producer Jodie Martinson, and expert guest Lu Ripley get real about how to have candid conversations and ask that terrifying question: "Do you want to kill yourself?"
Rank #17: OPP Extra - 'Maggie' interview
'Maggie' talks with OPP creator and producer Jodie Martinson about what it was like to be a part of the podcast, and how the microphone in the room affected her.
Rank #18: OPP Extra - Hillary's guided meditation
Host Hillary McBride advises her client Hannah to listen to a guided mediation on her commute to help ease her anxiety. Here's one for you to use, with Hillary as your guide.
Rank #19: OPP Extra - Healing from sexual violence - Trisha Baptie's story
Host Hillary McBride and Producer Jodie Martinson sit down with advocate and survivor of sexual violence, Trisha Baptie, to talk about healing.
Rank #20: Introducing First Day Back
First Day Back is a podcast from Stitcher about people facing and trying to overcome life's most challenging moments. Last season followed a woman coming back from her prison sentence. Now the show is back with a new story about a comedian who died on stage and was revived by an audience member. Follow along this season to find out how the man who lives and died for comedy grapples with his death and reignites his career in the aftermath.