A Medic’s Mind

A place where you can hear my ramblings on PTSD, Depression as well as daily observations and challenges about what it is like to navigate the murky waters of life while swimming among the “normals”

A place where you can hear my ramblings on PTSD, Depression as well as daily observations and challenges about what it is like to navigate the murky waters of life while swimming among the “normals”


All Episodes

Episode 180: The Last Time, But a Good Time

This episode is dedicated to my buddy, Chris. He is no longer with us and that reality breaks my heart and the hearts of all who knew him. He...

Episode 179: Mum Said, “Yes!”

This episode was inspired by a conversation that I had recently with my girlfriend, Sheena. It centers around Halloween and it is likely that many of my upcoming podcasts...

Episode 178: Q&A

On this episode I decide to dip into my emails and answer some of your questions that have been sent to me over the past year or so. If...

Episode 177: Hi, I’m Matthew…

This episode explains a new happening in my life. A fresh start in a new place steeped in familiarity. I’m going home; but not alone… — Support this podcast:...

Episode 176: Wishful Thinking

2020… the year of years, so to speak, of recent times. It’s been a year fraught with challenges and unexpected happenings the world over. Our ability to travel has...

Episode 175: Pictures

Inspired to write after watching a particular scene unfold on television, I was forced into rumination about my feelings on pictures and their placements within homes… have a listen,...

Episode 174: Burning Love

On this episode, I recount a tale of a bad date, and the promise of better times ahead. This is, Burning Love. Don’t forget, my book: A Medic’s Mind,...

Episode 173: Star Party

In this return episode I recount a less than pleasing encounter with PTSD that I while away on vacation. A MEDIC’S MIND IS BACK!!!! — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/AMedicsMind/support

Episode 172: Hot Moon Howling

July 6th is a tough day for me, historically speaking. I am doing my best to stay out of the deep end of the depression pool, so I wrote...