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NEW to MHNR Network!  That Infernal Noise – Tune In if You’re Feeling Alone!

That Infernal Noise:  A podcast new to MHNR Network that’s providing a safe space to feel a little less alone.

“If I am being honest, I feel like I have a higher calling to do something to help people. I have been told my whole life that people feel comfortable speaking to me and I enjoy that. I like thinking that I can help improve someone’s life just by talking or speaking to them and if I can help even one person it will be worth it.” – Robert (Host)

“We are those f*cked up thoughts in the back of your head”

When asked what his goal is for every episode of That Infernal Noise, Robert responds, “That no one is alone, no matter what they think.  I am not the atypical person you think of when it comes to being an advocate for mental health and have felt isolated because of it.”  He wants everyone to know that, no matter your race/creed/sexual orientation or any applicable qualifier you wish to use, that it is always okay to talk about your issues and seek help in whatever way works best for you.  He understands that managing our mental health is unique to each individual.

Robert uses his ‘weak’ and ‘insecure’ moments from his day to day life as the main talking points for each of his episodes and as a form of therapy.  He appreciates not only helping others, but there is a certain level of catharsis he gets from just being to put his truths out into the universe, rather than shoving it down and allowing it to fester and eventually consume him.

When asked about any personal information he’d like to share, he shared a bit of wisdom that his son reminded him of when he was having a bad mental day, “it is okay to have negative thoughts, it is what you do after them that matters.” He noted it was nice to know that teenagers listened…occasionally.

About Mental Health News Radio Network

Mental Health News Radio Network hosts over 90 podcasts dedicated to all aspects of mental health. It is the world’s first and largest podcast network dedicated to all things mental health. Its Speakers’ Bureau and filmed series such as Mixed Nuts: Comedians and Mental Health allow it to further its mission to reach as many people in as many places as possible to encourage dialogue about mental health.

About That Infernal Noise

Robert, the host of That Infernal Noise, is a man, a dad, a friend, a human.  We are all so many things in life.  As a man, he shares his life’s interesting moments, his difficult moments.  Tune in to get to know him more.

 

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To book MHNR Network podcasters or CEO for your media outlet: info@mhnrnetwork.com

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144:You DC: Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Have you ever looked at the shirts that say: This is My Superpower, What’s Yours? Today I am going to tell you mine because this episode will be comparing DC Comics and autism. You will learn how each of the biggest names in DC Comics have particular traits that represent the abilities that neurotypicals produce. So, everyone listen; its not a bird or a plane. Instead, it’s the newest episode of Autism Rocks And Rolls. 

EP 461 Spy Vs. Spy: The U.S. Fight Against Soviet, Now Russian, Aggression

It’s the same old song as the Russian spy machine keeps rolling along.  Who would know better than Jack Devine who formerly served as acting director and associate director at the CIA  and was in charge of the CIA’s largest and most successful covert action operation, which drove the Russians out of Afghanistan? In his … Continue reading EP 461 Spy Vs. Spy: The U.S. Fight Against Soviet, Now Russian, Aggression

143:When Words Fail Music Speaks Crossover (James Cox)

On this episode, we do the first-ever podcast crossover episode as Autism Rocks And Rolls and When Words Fail Music Speaks come together. James Cox, who is the host, has a mild case of cerebral palsy but has found music therapy to be helpful. Due to that experience, he created the When Words Fail Music Speaks podcast to celebrate music as a treatment for those with any disability from anxiety to autism. So please listen to our conversation about disabilities and music therapy.   

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