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Unpopular Culture

A podcast where a psychotherapist dives into the broken underbelly of society, shining a light on more neglected topics in politics, technology, culture, and modern media.
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Jun 27, 2017

In this episode, resident psychotherapist, Michael Drane (@upcmd) dives into the story of a small, but powerful cult known as The Children of Thunder. Glenn Taylor Helzer, an infamous cult leader and murderer. Everything in his life was the perfect combination to create such a narcissistic "prophet," including a strong Mormon upbringing, bizarre parenting, mission trips and of course, plenty of charm on his part. Listen to this episode of the podcast to hear Michael's take on the psychology of a cult leader. STAY TUNED: (Next week's UNPLUGGED is "Ranking Cults"). Should the Children of Thunder be included? #GodComplex

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

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Jun 16, 2017

In this awesome (and extra long) episode, Michael Drane and Justin Krause breakdown the events of the recent controversy surrounding Evergreen State College: an angry mob of students, a frightened professor (or two or three) and a spineless president lead to many not feeling safe on this campus. Some of the themes covered here are political, racial and stem even to mob mentality and group think. Let us know how you feel in the stalker group on facebook! And if you haven't already, make sure you are subscribed to the $5 reward tier to get all of the UPC bonus content and stalker-only episodes. You can find the resources and videos played on our website!

Jun 13, 2017

In this exclusive Paranormal interview, Michael is joined by Host of the Deviatus Podcast, Jeremy Enfinger (@deviatuspod) to talk about their paranormal experiences in life, and what this meansin the mental health world. You can find the original podcast episode here or on deviatus.com

"When people experience something strange, whether it’s being touched by an unseen force, seeing an apparition or shadow figure, or hearing voices, we tend to either look for validation of that experience or try to find an explanation in an attempt to categorize what happened.  For some of us, these things can be easily dismissed as an active imagination, a hallucination - where the human mind assigns context to randomness.  While some believe they truly have witnessed evidence of the afterlife, spiritual beings, or angels and demons, others consider the possibility of the presence of mental illness like schizophrenia, or at least they are readily accused of if.  But in reality, not all unexplained phenomena fit perfectly into one of these little boxes."
— Jeremy, Host of the Deviatus Podcast

Be sure not to miss more episodes of the Deviatus podcast, and let us know how you feel by writing into the show, hello@upcpodcast.com or on facebook or twitter @upcpodcast. We hope you enjoy the show! 

Jun 5, 2017

 

Which is worse: FOOD or HEROIN?

YOU might be addicted to food if:

  1. Ever wanted to stop eating but you couldn't.
  2. Eat in Secret.
  3. Eat differently privately than you do in public.
  4. Hide FOOD
  5. Stolen other people's food

If you say YES to any of these, Listen Immediately...this book may change your life. 

We interview Dr. Vera Tarman on her audio book FOOD JUNKIES and discuss the psychology and biology behind food addiction and how to get your life back. 

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Overeating, binge eating, obesity, anorexia, and bulimia: Food Junkies tackles the complex, poorly understood issue of food addiction from the perspectives of a medical researcher and dozens of survivors. What exactly is food addiction? Is it possible to draw a hard line between indulging cravings for “comfort food” and engaging in substance abuse? For people struggling with food addictions, recognizing their condition ― to say nothing of gaining support and advice ― remains a frustrating battle.

Built around the experiences of people suffering and recovering from food addictions, Food Junkies offers practical information grounded in medical science, while putting a face to the problems of food addiction. It is meant to be a knowledgeable and friendly guide on the road to food serenity.
May 25, 2017

In this episode, Michael and Justin talk about the psychology of Live Stream Suicides, Homicides, Violence and Bullying. They also discuss how to handle the situation if you are a viewer of said live-stream.

May 17, 2017

In this episode about a rare disease that plagues a single family line for centuries, Michael Drane, Unpopular Culture's resident psychotherapist dives into the Psychology of Sleep and REAL stories of people who suffered from Fatal Familial Insomnia. A guided, 60-second sleep meditation ends this podcast. Please tune in for the last three minutes of the show, ONLY if you are prepared to fall asleep, or in a safe and comfortable space.

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

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May 9, 2017

In this episode of the podcast, Michael Drane, our resident psycho-therapist is joined once again, by fellow clinician, Justin Krause, to discuss Electro-Shock Therapy. A listener on Twitter wrote in to the show and asked about Electro-shock therapy and whether or not it was effective.  Michael and Justin also get into some other ridiculous cures over the years like lobotomies. We hope you enjoy the show! 

 

We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

 

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May 5, 2017

In this bonus episode, we visited Nick G., friend of the podcast, over on his show— The Dependent Independent Podcast. Michael, Corey and Nick talk about the UPC starting place, the background of how we got started and how we got to where we are now. Let us know how you feel about it @upcpodcast. We hope you enjoy the show! 

 

We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

 

Show Notes http://bit.ly/2iVdTOH

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Google Play http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq

Stitcher http://bit.ly/2e4yj5y

Tunein http://bit.ly/2ldjiSJ

 

For everything UPC, visit upcpodcast.com

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BADASS MERCH: www.society6.com/coreystewart

May 2, 2017

In this episode, Michael and Corey dive into the Psychology of Grief, with a walkthrough of the super heavy, albeit magnificent, episode of Black Mirror, "Be Right Back." In this recap and explanation of Season 2, episode 1, we talk about how to handle grief yourself, how to handle someone else who is grieving (with grace), and we even explore the many different kinds of technology that exist like the A.I. that we will call "Ashbot" for the duration of the podcast. Let us know how you feel about this episode of Black Mirror, or our recap and analysis— in the Facebook group or on twitter! Thanks, friends! 

We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

 

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Apr 28, 2017

Newly released to the general public, Unpopular Culture & Psychology in Seattle Podcasts team up to tackle the life and times of John B. Mclemore in the new Series "S-Town".

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► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!
 
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Apr 26, 2017

In this episode, Michael is joined by Justin Krause to answer this Question from our listener about how to get through the work week; do we succumb to monotonous 9-5 schedule to earn more money? or let happiness prevail?

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!
 
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Apr 18, 2017

This is our follow-up show to our most popular season 1 episode: Beware the Bystander, about the Bystander Effect and the New York Times story about Kitty Genovese. We gained such a huge response for this episode and are excited to get into all of your questions and comments about the show. Since recording that episode, there have been significant developments to this story, like the popular Netflix documentary "The Witness" supposedly 'debunking' the NYT story, so we'll get into all that. 

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

Show Notes ► http://bit.ly/2pMyRSE
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Google Play ► http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq
Stitcher ► http://bit.ly/2e4yj5y
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For everything UPC, visit upcpodcast.com
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BADASS MERCH: www.society6.com/coreystewart

Apr 12, 2017

In this episode, Michael and Corey break down the third episode of Black Mirror, "The Entire History of You." The episode covers the psychology of cheating and memory. Stay tuned for future recaps and psychological analyses.

Michael Drane and Corey Stewart of the Unpopular Culture Podcast are proud to present "The Psychology of Black Mirror" — a podcast event where a psychotherapist and a graphic designer dive into the psychology behind each episode of the critically acclaimed Netflix original series, Black Mirror. In this second episode, they'll discuss "Fifteen Million Merits." 

We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

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Mar 28, 2017

In this episode, Michael is joined by Dr. Kirk to answer this Question from our listener on Twitter: Hey, there! I know this is the mother of all questions, but I was wondering if you could talk about Dream Interpretation. Why do we dream? And how can I better understand the meaning of these dreams?

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!
 
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Mar 20, 2017

Michael Drane and Corey Stewart of the Unpopular Culture Podcast are proud to present "The Psychology of Black Mirror" — a podcast event where a psychotherapist and a graphic designer dive into the psychology behind each episode of the critically acclaimed Netflix original series, Black Mirror. In this second episode, they'll discuss "Fifteen Million Merits." 

We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

Show Notes http://bit.ly/2mKWDNq
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Google Play http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq
Stitcher http://bit.ly/2e4yj5y
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For everything UPC, visit upcpodcast.com
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BADASS MERCH: www.society6.com/coreystewart

Mar 16, 2017
In this episode, Michael and Justin discuss these two listener questions:
1. What's the difference between a psychopath and a narcissist?
2. Am I still addicted to my phone if I am using it as a tool?
 
► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!
 
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Google Play ► http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq
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For everything UPC, visit upcpodcast.com
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Mar 13, 2017

Michael Drane and Corey Stewart of the Unpopular Culture Podcast are proud to present "The Psychology of Black Mirror" — a podcast event where a psychotherapist and a graphic designer dive into the psychology behind each episode of the critically acclaimed Netflix original series, Black Mirror. In this first episode, they'll discuss "The National Anthem" the disturbing, pig-related first episode of the series. 

We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

 

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Stitcher http://bit.ly/2e4yj5y
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Feb 19, 2017
Question from listener Alix:
In the past week I have binged your podcast! Now that I've gotten the compliments out of the way. My sons 18 year old girlfriend was diagnosed a few years ago with depression and anxiety. She hasn't been taking any prescription medications for her condition for well over a year now, Over the past month, her depressive symptoms have been bad. My son has strongly suggested that she go sees professional help again, but she seems to be shrugging it off. I have also talked to her about getting help, because I have have suffered with the same condition for years. All of this being said, how do you convince someone who needs help to get it?
 
► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!
 
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Feb 13, 2017

The FUNCTION of Love is Part 1 of a 2 part Valentines Day Event explaining both sides of the coin when it comes to Relationships. In this first, Michael and Corey explain the Psychology behind a functioning, successful, relationship. And as they go through, they'll give ten shining examples of some modern couples that exemplify these 'functioning' qualities.

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

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Google Play ► http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq
Stitcher ► http://bit.ly/2e4yj5y
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Feb 10, 2017

Michael is joined by fellow clinician Justin to take YOUR questions! This is a BONUS off season episode while we are hard at work on Season 2! Subscribe on iTunes because you don't want to miss what's coming next. 

Send us YOUR questions / comments / topic ideas: hello@upcpodcast.com 

Question 1: What are the differences between the infamous cult leader Jim Jones vs. Serial Killers? And who is YOUR favorite serial killer?

Question 2: Do you believe in self-diagnosis? Should we be able to diagnose ourselves or should it be done by a professional?

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

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iTunes ► http://apple.co/2dT1fPu
Google Play ► http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq
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BADASS MERCH: www.society6.com/coreystewart

Jan 31, 2017

In this episode, Michael is joined once again by Dr. Kirk Honda, of the Psychology in Seattle Podcast to breakdown the human psyche. Having both just watched the recent M. Night Shyamalan movie in theaters, starring James McAvoy and focusing on Dissociative Identity Disorder (aka Multiple Personalitites). Together they discuss how accurate the movie is, and unveil some shocking truths about people with this rare disorder. Stay tuned for more coming up! 

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

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Dec 28, 2016

In this episode, Michael and Justin breakdown questions about Schizophrenia and other questions from you! This episode marks the end of Season 1, but we will be back in 2017 with all NEW EPISODES! Questions, Comments, or Topic Ideas? Email us at hello@upcpodcast.com

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

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iTunes ► http://apple.co/2dT1fPu
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For everything UPC, visit upcpodcast.com
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BADASS MERCH: www.society6.com/coreystewart

Dec 20, 2016
 
In this Bonus-Exclusive-Candid UNPLUGGED episode, Michael is joined by Corey and Psychotherapist Justin Krause to answer listener questions about mental illness and racial implications (if there are any). Should Patty Hearst have been pardoned for terrorism? Would Paris Hilton get away with that? 
 
 ► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

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Google Play ► http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq
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For everything UPC, visit upcpodcast.com
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Dec 13, 2016

Unpopular Culture is thrilled to introduce the much-anticipated Generation Breakdown episode, with Licensed Psychotherapist, Michael Drane, Graphic Designer, Corey Stewart, Combat Photographer, Andrew Powers and Licensed Social Worker, Justin Krause. In this exclusive 4-person panel, we dive into a breakdown of generations dating back before World War II, including: Baby Boomers, Boomers 2, Gen-X, Gen-Y (Millenials) and even as recent as Gen-Z. We collectively breakdown the unprecedented impact that technology has had on the three most recent generations, comparing very different experiences of gameboys and iPads to 8-tracks and records, modern-day navigation versus paper maps, etc. Which generation has the most social skills? Jamie Gutfreund, who was on Rob Has a Podcast to talk about Survivors vs. Millenials, sparked discussion among many, including Unpopular Culture Podcast listeners, to write in and ask about the popular reality tv show. What are some common stereotypes about your generation, and are they true? Or is sociology simply based on cultural stereotypes? For a full list of the generations, visit upcpodcast.com Thanks, everybody! We hope you enjoyed the show! 

► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!

Show Notes ► http://bit.ly/2jfMmeq
iTunes ► http://apple.co/2dT1fPu
Google Play ► http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq
Stitcher ► http://bit.ly/2e4yj5y
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Dec 6, 2016

In this Crossover episode, Michael is joined by author and moderator of the Cryptid Creatures Podcast, Jesse Haynes, to piece together what IS known about the "most elaborate and mysterious puzzle of the internet age" - the treasure hunt and modern folktale known as Cicada 3301. The first message reaching the internet in 2012, stating: "Hello, we are looking for highly intelligent individuals. To find them, we have devised a test. There is a message hidden in this image. Find it, and it will lead you on the road to finding us. We look forward to meeting the few who make it all the way though. Good Luck. - 3301." Many have attempted— most to no avail. But those who have supposedly succeeded were never heard from again. Listen to folktale and 'creature' expert, Jesse Haynes, and psychotherapist, Michael Drane, discuss where this intricately devised treasure map could possibly lead.  

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