As you know, I've been obsessed with being a TV host since I was a kid. And even in my youth, I've always thought Paul Gilmartin was a great host. His first hosting claim to fame was TBS's Dinner and a Movie. He was always so funny, likable, and self deprecating. In 2011, Paul launched The Mental Illness Happy Hour Podcast. This hilarious show takes on the gravity of mental illness, but with a lightness and camaraderie that makes it so relatable and good. It's a show that I am crying from being moved or from laughing at a joke Paul makes. It's in my top 3 fav podcats y'all. When I met Paul at LA Podfest in 2015, I totally fanned him and his response was, "I'd love to do your show". I DIDN'T EVEN ASK...HE JUST OFFERED!!! This guy. So Sweet. Dream come true. Thanks so much Paul. Topics include: I'm stuck in my grief and I don't know how to get out of it, help? I caught my teenage son smoking pot, and my wife is freaking out...should I be as well? I'm pretty sure my husband is cheating on me, should I confront him?
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