This week’s podcast was a roller coaster ride of emotions. A bit of anger, fear and disgust, with a lot of joy and sadness. While we both grew as people and became more mature, we left part of our younger self behind.
This week we chat about the Mayor of Crazytown (i.e. psychologists and counsellors) and Tash’s experiences of them. Nominally we were supposed to be talking about Jam and his issues, but Tash hogged the limelight.
Probably we’ll do a Part II to check in on Jam and see how he’s going, but only if he’s very very good.
Check ya later,
Tash and PantslessJam
P.S. If you need someone to talk to, consider contacting Lifeline (13 11 14) or 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732)
[Content note: vulgar language, sexual themes, sickness, injury]
This episode is pretty sick! Tash has been struck down by Labyrinthitis. Putting our holiday plans on pause, we’re both happy to auditorily visit you again, our most precious listener.
Interestingly, we didn’t mention Ebola. It strikes us as a missed opportunity. We could have joked that Tash has Ebola (that she was the bell of Ebola).
We also didn’t get to talk about PantslessJam’s favourite topic – the moral culpability of getting others sick. While it is incredibly boring to listen to, his rant is along the lines of: the moral culpability usually attaches to the person who was sick and “gave” it to the new person. But, assuming that the sick person didn’t cough on the new person or intentionally spread their illness, the sick person’s only fault was getting sick – something that… see this is boring.