Three licensed therapists breakdown and analyze popular movies and characters from the perspectives of an individual, child, and a marriage and family therapist.
United States
50 episodes
since April 2, 2018
explicit content


The first rule of Fight Club is about to be broken because all we do this episode is talk about it. We will be diving head first into a discussion on the depiction of Dissociative Identify Disorder (DID), aka formerly Multiple Personality Disorder, in the film and evaluate whether the presenting symptoms better fit DID or Psychosis and the clinical accuracy of the portrayal in the film. We also discuss the true impact of chronic insomnia, existential crises, and dissociation. And lastly, we deliberate on the impact of toxic masculinity in current culture as well as how it is represented by Tyler Durden and the Narrator.
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