53: Putting Yourself First

Saying no is hard, especially when the consequence of you saying that short word can negatively impact others, but it's an important lesson to learn. Not only are there people in the world that will capitalize on your kindness, but there are some things in the world that are meant to take advantage of those …

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52: The Scourge of Man

Technology is great... until it's not. It's been such a helpful and amazing tool, opening the world to communication that's never been seen before. The only downside is that, along with all of the good, it also does an impeccable job at making people feel worse about themselves. Let's talk about how it does that …

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51: Giving Yourself Purpose and Value

Finding a reason to keep pushing forward in life isn't always easy. Things are hard, people can be hard to deal with, and the weight of all of that on your shoulders can feel like too much. That's why this week, I talk about finding a reason to exist in everyday life, even when twists …

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50: 99 Perspectives and You Got ‘Em

This is the worst episode title of all time. Whatever. What's done is done. Don't hate me.When I was younger, I dismissed basically everyone with differing views from me. I didn't give people the time of day, and when one of the people that I did grow close to said or did something that I …

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45: Sleeping with Wolves

Sleep is one of the few constants that can help you out when you're struggling with suicidal thoughts. It will give you energy to handle the world, make you less irritable, and even help you from getting sick. In this episode, I talk about how I've been struggling to get sleep and the ways that …

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42: How Can I Actually Help People?

In this episode, I ask existential questions about why I do what I do, how this podcast can help people and how I can reach more people outside of the podcast. People deal with too many mental health struggles alone and I want to help, but deciding if I'm the type of person to help …

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41: Humor

A lot of people use humor to cope with different situations, and because of that, some people have developed a range of darkness in their jokes. In this episode, I dive into why people might feel the way that they do when it comes to jokes, and reference prominent stand-up comedians and how they can …

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40: Current Events

Staying up to date on what's happening in the world is important, but so is your own mental health. This week, I talk about how sometimes being up to date can be put on the back burner for a little bit if you need to focus on yourself.Scott McCultured

38: Making Mistakes

This week, I talk about my long history of mistakes, mostly with people, and how I have learned from them to work on future relationships. The short and sweet lesson is, learn from your mistakes, even if that's as cliché as cliché 's come.

36: Complacency

Life is a real jerk. It'll kick you, then spit on you, then kick you again, then steal yo girl and skip away while laughing like a toddler who just saw a cartoon cat get outsmarted by a mouse. It's easy to let life get you down so that you lose ambition and become complacent …

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34: Being Cynical

Throughout my life, I've been told that being too cynical, negative or jaded is "bad" or that I should be "more happy." All of that is bullsh*t. I've struggled with being a cynic for my entire life and I think it's finally time to accept that it's okay, and that I, like many of you, …

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33: Doing Things For Yourself

In this episode, I talk about how I feel with changing Acceptable Madness a little bit, the growth that I've had over the past year, and how important it is to make yourself happy before you try to conquer the world. Scott McAcceptedMadness Episode 33: Doing Things For Yourself

32: Creativity

This week, I crack my voice through an episode about creativity and how it makes me a happier person. Being creative helps me clear my mind when I'm thinking of some of the most terrible thoughts that a person could possibly have and doubles as a way to see achievement and improvement in your everyday …

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30: Prescription Drugs feat. Danny

This week, I had my friend Danny on and we talked about his use with Lexapro and anti-depressants and how they have affected him. We also dive into some conversations about the world and how mental illness has helped to shape our views of life and death.

28: BetterHelp feat. Haesue Jo

This week, I talked with Haesue Jo, a Clinical Support Lead from BetterHelp, the popular online therapy platform. We talked about how she got into therapy, what her favorite thing about helping people is and how BetterHelp is transforming the therapy industry.Scott McOnlineTherapy episode-28-betterhelp-w-naesue-jo_mixdown

27: Games

I've had a mixed relationship with games. Sometimes, I play them and love every second of it. Other times, I play them as an escape and it leaves me more unhappy then when I started. In this episode I talk about my relationship with them and how I've come to enjoy games much more.Scott McPlayer …

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26: The Suicide Disease feat. Trevor

This week, my friend Trevor stopped by to talk about the unpleasant experience that he's had with "The Suicide Disease." We talk about everything from suicide to dinosaur penis, so you're sure to enjoy something in it. Scott McTrevor

Rats on a Plane

I genuinely don't know what I would do if I was ever forced into the middle of the ocean and that's what spawned this piece. Winston Smith of 1984 seems weak until you can compare rats to your own fears. Scott McSamuelLJackson “I don’t want to hear it anymore,” Dick Yung said. “We need to …

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