Episode 5: Obsessiveness

In this podcast, Dr. Jason E. LaHood and guest Darien Hallagan explore coping with obsessive thoughts and feelings. They explore the possible reasons for why people obsess and different ways of managing obsessive thinking patterns and behaviors. Our special guest Darien speaks candidly of his struggle with obsessive thoughts and offers poignant examples of how our past relationships.

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Episode 4: How NOT to screw up Valentine’s Day

In this episode, Dr. Jason E. LaHood and his special guests comedian Joe Slepski and actress Rebekah Walendzak-Slepski discuss the pitfalls of Valentine’s Day and how to avoid “screwing it up.” Grab a coffee and take a listen to the advice of the Existential Coffee’s host and guests as we delve into the topic of “How NOT to screw up Valentine’s Day.” This episode takes a lighter approach and has some really funny moments. Don’t miss it!

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Episode 3: Does Evil Exist?

Does Evil Exist? Our guests explore the essence of evil and whether or not evil does indeed exist. We grapple with the notion of evil within the context of history from the Nazis to ISIS. We also explore evil in terms of super hero and villain and how comics can open our eyes to complexities of evil. You will be surprised by some of our guests commentary on the existence of evil. Don’t miss it!

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Episode 2: How to survive in society when you don’t have kids

Listen to Dr. Jason LaHood, Clinical Director, and Dr. Julia Burrell-Smith, Relationship Expert and Postdoctoral Fellow at Sankofa Psychological Services, hosts of Existential Coffee, for their discussion on how to survive in society when you don’t have kids.

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Episode 1: Why do ‘straight men’ have difficulty with commitment?

Listen to Dr. Jason LaHood, Clinical Director, and Dr. Julia Burrell-Smith, Relationship Expert and Postdoctoral Fellow at Sankofa Psychological Services, hosts of Existential Coffee, for their discussion on why straight men fear commitment.

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