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Crack Talk

A Society, Culture and Mental Health podcast featuring Tobey Unruh
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Welcome to Crack Talk, a listener-focused podcast devoted to looking at life's seemingly little issues that tend to wreak so much havoc on our daily lives. We look at topics such as relationships, leadership, anxiety, mindfulness, empathy, religion, conversation, and anything else that fits within the psychology of everyday life. Join us each week as we feature special guests, special topics, and special insights as we tackle the problems of the world, one conversation at a time. We keep it clean, fun, informal, and frequently nerdy. Visit our website at and listen to us Android, iPhone, tablet, or desktop. Want some cool Crack Talk swag? Get your very own juice box at! Peace out our little coconuts.


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Fool Me Once
The key to managing all of our expectations (of the president, of our spouse, of our boss, etc.) is understanding the reality and accuracy OF our expectations. We cannot expect to have a Hallmark marriage or a textbook boss if it is impossible for those people to actually function in those contexts. Meaning, if our expectation of a spouse cannot be realistically achieved, guess what? We're going to bounce from relationship to relationship. The same is true of employers. If we have an unrealistic expectation, we are going to bounce from job to job. Don't be a Hobbes in wishing for something unattainable. Be Calvin and go for what you can get.
Where Is The Love
Really, where is the love in today's world? We're not talking about the kind of empty pleading like 'can't we all just get along', but more about genuine compassion and empathy needed to truly make this world a better place. From the 'wall' and the government shutdown, to the tripe that is Facebook, do we really CARE about our fellow humans or are we pressing our own agenda? Today, Jack helps us to figure that out.
Merry Christmas
We hope you have a wonderful time with friends and family and take time to brighten someone's day. May you have a blessed holiday.


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JAHAMI2439 reviewed this podcast on Jan 2nd, 2018
"Relevant, applicable, and insightful, yet, appropriate laughter. Life presents its own paradox of circumstances, emotions, and at times painful experiences. However, in some of those circumstances we must learn how to have laughter despite our situation, and in other experiences, those that are painful, we need the help of a support system - this is what Crack Talk is all about. "
Tobey reviewed this podcast on Jan 2nd, 2018
"It's the best! Definitely worth the listen."
Hamilton5 reviewed this podcast on Jan 3rd, 2018
"Awseome and love the honesty of these guys!"

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Nov 1st, 2017
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Jan 14th, 2019
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