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My Good Bad Brain Episode #30 with Jarrett Sleeper

My Good Bad Brain Episode #30 with Jarrett Sleeper

My Good Bad Brain is a podcast from Jarrett Sleeper about mental health and being a person from the perspectives of people, like you, who are just making their way through this life in brilliant, beautiful, messy, hilarious, wonderful ways. Also, My Good Bad Brain is my real brain, which is kinda meta, but true.”

It is a pleasure to be in conversation with Jarrett, actor, writer, poet, thinker-at-large, and also incidentally, my eldest son. We cover healing trauma, personal growth and so much more.

His pod helps a lot of people and gets a lot of meaningful reviews. I share them here to encourage you to connect with him on one of the many platforms that are his.

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