I'm Kathy Hopkins and am full of anxieties. Even so, it would be no fun to go fetal in a corner whilst becoming Crazy Hermit Lady. With a nervous stomach (and rambling. plenty of rambling.) I'll explore different anxieties (sometimes with guests) and ways to deal.
A stands for Acrostic! N stands for Neurotic! X stands for [footage not found]! T stands for Thisbitisweak! I stands for I'm not going to finish this bit! Hey fuck-os. Listen to this manic slurpy mess and avoid real therapy.
Welcome to A Cup of AnxieTEA! Hosts Gabby and Zöe talk about how our mental health factors into everything we do in life. We share our struggles and triumphs and hear from experts who can help us figure out how to navigate this world as anxious ladies.
We're sick of living in overpriced rentals. Listen up, and send us any shit you want to firstname.lastname@example.orgAnxietea による
This week we resurrected ourselves from the dead to talk about our jobs, and what makes us so anxious while doing them. While drinking tea. We're really staying true to the format we promised. Warning: lots of biscuit chewing noises in the first three-four minutes. Also I double checked and Arnotts classifies all of their products as biscuits *incl…
Do you own two guitars, a bass, a keyboard, and a really expensive drum kit? Do they all have a thick layer of dust coating their surface? Do you try not to look at them when you walk by? When someone asks if you play, do you say "A little!" just to end the conversation? This one is for you. email@example.com is an email address we have - send…
Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, the perhaps more outdated and obscure Tumblr. That's right. We cover them all. You're welcome. This week we were perhaps more angry than anxious. Send us your stories and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can do something with it!Anxietea による
It's the necessary evil in our every day lives, where normal people become kind of dicks to each other. Join us for a worse than usual acrostic poem, and some lazy Eternal Sunshine satire, as we banter about the woes of getting into a metal stress box/death machine. Send your stories or ideas for topics to email@example.com and we'll do someth…
From hemorrhoids to shitting your pants uncontrollably on the train to work, we talk about health, like, a lot. Frankly this episode was hard to chisle down. Also remember how we said we'd do regrets as a topic this week? Yeah, well, we regretted that. Send us your embarrassing anxiety related stories to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do someth…
In which Karina Perez, aka KPMcosplay, discusses a charity project & mental health in the geek world.
In which Jesse discusses voiceover acting and improving himself personally & professionally by feeling feelings.
In which Dr. Janina Scarlet - a real, live clinical psychologist - discusses PTSD, trigger warnings, relationships, and how she learned from a young age that heroic characters can be a great bonding point.
In which actor Daniel Ross discusses on-camera and voice acting, body fur, NDAs, and a spiffy Twitter contest to win a signed copy of Ninjas Vs Monsters.
In which Chad discusses his role, beginning and end (spoilers), as Tyreese on AMC's The Walking Dead, as well as other portions of professional and parental life. What? He doesn't just bash walkers with a hammer? Exactly.
Reinventing one's self and reevaluating cuteness of ewoks. Their breath smells like people.
In which Christopher Ashmore and I discuss shutting down to avoid current issues of criticism, how it all comes back later when we least expect it, and bull testicles.
All about much of what I've experienced following the death of my grandfather last week, plus one of the last two conversations I had with him.
I'm back with this brief, solo episode before guests return next week! Sometimes it's easy to talk yourself out of doing things after a few of life's hiccups. I found my motivation to return to what I love, like podcasting. Finally.
In which Marine Madesclaire visited from Seatte and we have a few beverages and discuss the stress of having to always have acting gigs lined up, plus other things. Trigger alert: self-mutilation is briefly discussed
On this episode, Gabby and Zoe discuss their first week back to school, match-making as a profession and how much they hate job hunting. LISTEN!Gabby Sorto and Zoe Rousseau による
In which Adam Scherer and I discuss depression and the passing of actor/comedian/awesomeface Robin Williams, and share stories regarding how he affected our and others' lives.
On this episode, Gabby and Zoe recount their drunken weekend. A lot happened including swimming with naked gay men, touching boobs and taking shots of fireball.Gabby Sorto and Zoe Rousseau による
After an intro regarding the passing of Robin Williams that was reported during the recording of this episode, Larry and I delve into how filmmaking has seemed to change over the years and how he prefers to stretch the boundaries. Appropriately enough, we also discuss humor as a tool to cope with sensitive topics. Donate to the indiegogo campaign a…
Sarah Goldberg returns to talk about our day at The Price Is Right, then the upcoming week of chaotic fun that is GISHWHES, a scavenger hunt run in part by Misha Collins. She also discusses how it made a personal impact.
Joey is a professional wrestler from Jersey who has been dealing for over a year now with multiple back injuries and being unable so far to return to the ring. We discuss his career and his current focus on staying involved with the profession while also healing.
In this slightly delirious episode, I recap with Adam Scherer my move from Seatlle to LA. A bit sleep deprived and delirious, so we, of course, discuss Facebookings.
A brief solo ep, recorded from a superclassy hotel room in Oregon, in which I talk about the emotional crap from getting a house ready for sale and the migration to LA from Seattle thus far. Never underestimate the workload. Seriously.
In which we discuss Adam's move from Atlanta to LA in 2008 to pursue a career in entertainment as a voice actor, writer, and behind-the-camera guy, and how easy it can be to want to give up.
In part 2, we discuss his then-impeding surgery (everything went well), podcasting stresses, and comedic grocery purchases.
In which we discuss Nerf wars, Nerf Herder Podcast, sexuality from more of a teenage perspective, pressure from society to fit in, and more.
In which we discuss vidja games, cosplay (Vorel Darastrix on Facebook), our shared bodypainting experience during ECCC, and all sorts of other geekery.
In which Bill discusses leaving his regular day job to start Punished Props, his prop-making business that specializes in cosplay, as well as how he found motivation to drop 60 pounds and get super fit.
A solo episode in which I look at the odd way we tend to evaluate others over something superficial or without knowing much of the story.
We dig more into what we began discussing in part one, including the realization of Sarah's mother having a bigger condition than most previously had considered.
We discuss in this two-part episode eating curdled truffles in a crowd, medically necessary cats, and Sarah's discovery that her mother tends to exhibit manic behavior.
My 9-year-old son Jaden wanted to see how the podcast is made. While he learns how it works, we discuss troubles in class and how he feels about us moving to Los Angeles this summer. Kid attention span = short episode.
In which we discuss functional alcoholism, self-image issues, bullying, and doing things for the love of it. Check out their bbbasement fan site for more info on upcoming projects and potential contests for members!
In this episode, we discuss the anxieties of starting and continuing podcasts, creating original content, finding compatible cohosts, and more, all while drinking tasty beer in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
I'm selling my house and moving from Seattle to Los Angeles this summer, and have a pile of worries/fears to work out before then. In this solo ep, I babble on about the source of my issues regarding this impending move, including growing up without my own residential stability.
Galen's in a new indie film released by Lionsgate, Children of Sorrow, about falling into a cult. We discuss his role, experience as an actor, and a quirky childhood in which parents actually encouraged his creative growth, even through therapy.
In which I discuss with Joe Rivera nerdiness, adult beverages, comedy, arrogance, and the work behind starting the new site Next Level Geek.
Julianne Gabert, who I met through the internets without being murdered, talks of life in Los Angeles, acting, and being part of a startup website called Next Level Geek. Also something about a red butthole.
In which I discuss the anxieties of attempting to finance the indie film To Find A Monster with producers Joshua Porter, Matthew Donaldson, and Amelia Belle, and actress Alanna Ubach. We discuss also their reasons behind wanting to create this 80's love letter of a film about two boys wanting to become the youngest horror filmmakers ever.…
In which actor Dan Fogler and I discuss his film Don Peyote, the show pilot he's filming, voice acting, and any other random thing that pops up.
I realize my content hasn't had nearly enough depth lately, so in this episode I discuss my thoughts on it and my plan going forward. Perhaps I have been afraid to get into details with guests for certain reasons, and maybe have been avoiding things rather than procrastinating. This is me going on record about working on all of that.…
Ashley (@healthyaddict) joins me to discuss how she got into atheism and began producing content of that and the nerdy variety. I learn how growing up in a closed-minded town actually caused her to find her outlet and more of her identity through interactions online, and for the better.
I avoided subjecting a guest to my con-plague (thanks, Vegas!) and recorded this solo ep about New Media Expo, CES, Michael Bay's freezeup, and FOX News not getting the point of a Muse headband's de-stressifying abilities.
In which Wendy, aka @Nerdrage42, discusses with me nerdy things (as the name implies), having anxiety and ADHD, and both the fun and challenges of being mom to both a teenage and almost-teenage boy, one being autistic. I met this lady when she worked at Archie McPhee, so you KNOW she's entertaining.
Yet another solo episode, this time in which I discuss car theft, plans to attend New Media Expo, getting media cred for a Comic Con, the drama of my almost-job, and the idea of building up and moving on.
Christy, who is co-host on the Nerd Out Loud podcast, discusses what happened to her Personal Assistant job after the person she was assisting died, how an alcoholic mother reacted incredibly wrong to her husband being gay, and the joys of podcast monetization.
In which we discuss Jay's stand-up career, including hosting at Parlor Live in Bellevue, WA, and then delve into his frequent moves as a child and how it may be affecting life today.
Clarke is a horror geek who has done a pile o' hosting gigs, including cohosting the Bloodcast. Here we discuss that and how to NOT be a pretentious poohead in the industry.
In which I have a fantastic chat with the creator of The Toxic Avenger and head of Troma Entertainment. Yeah. Mind blown. This guy also put out Trey Parker & Matt Stone's first movie, Cannibal! The Musical, and brought Hayao Miyazaki to the States. So there's that.