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 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...

Episode 171: Father…

A day late but none the less relevant; here is my Father’s Day post.  Father’s Day has always held obfuscating meaning for me. It had typically been a day...

Episode 170: Donnybrooks and Ninja Turtles!

Finally, a new episode! Thank you for your patience and support.  On this episode I conclude my story with a phone call to my buddy, Sean, who is featured...

Episode 169: Farnham

This episode is a little lighter and may even elicit a chuckle or two, hopefully…  This story takes place during my military days. Specifically, basic training. I wrote this...

Episode 168: The Picture

On this episode I speak about the cover of my book and how it came to be. I explain the nuance behind the capture. Is it a simple selfie?...

Episode 167: UpTalk With Sean Conohan

I was recently featured on a podcast (the UpTalk Podcast) and had a conversation with its host: Sean Conohan. A distinguished paramedic and communications officer with many years of...

Episode 166: The Air is Poison

I have a blog read for you folks. Thank you for your patience while I struggle to get these episodes out there. I appreciate your support, kindness and compassion....

Episode 165: QuaranTALKING!

Hello, folks! Sorry for the delay in getting these things out consistently, but I’m trying. On this episode I figured I would chat with you all about some of...

Episode 164: The COVID Special

Sorry it’s been a while, folks. On this episode I read a story that I wrote and a story that was written for me by a very dear friend....