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 188: Christmas Special

This episode contains audio from CIVIL 101.7fm radio; I had a story featured on their station which aired between December the 19th through to the 23rd. There are some...

Episode 187: Little Orphan Matty

This is a story that dates back to when I was a kid and my mother had newly been diagnosed with Cancer. I talk about a special wish I...

Episode 186: Doc

I recently had to part ways with my psychologist. To say that this was a difficult undertaking would be the most minimalistic descriptor that I could think to use....

Episode 185: Christmas Truce.

This episode is not a biographical oration; this episode is a rendition of one of my favorite Christmas stories of all time—the Christmas ceasefire of World War 1. I...

Episode 184: Philip Mann

On this episode I speak to fellow author: Philip Mann. Check out his book; Dark Muse on Amazon.ca. Or, click the link in the show notes. — Support this...

Episode 183: Not On Christmas

I know, I know… a little early, but this isn’t exactly a traditional holiday themed post; bear with me. Anyway, on this episode I must handout a warning: the...

Episode 182: Remembrance

A day late but better to be late that not at all; this is my remembrance episode. Yesterday was Remembrance Day, and that always comes with a unique set...

Episode 181: Finding Laughs

On this very, non-Halloween themed episode, I beguile you with a story about a certain celebrity and the serendipity surrounding said celebrity. I hope you enjoy it. Maybe, even...

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...