Research has shown that loneliness takes years off our lives. In fact, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy points to this research when he states that loneliness in the 21st century is a public health problem [...]
Welcome to Revealing Men, conversations that pull back the curtain, revealing the inner lives of men.
In each podcast episode, we will offer thought-provoking ideas and interviews to explain the inexplicable, while offering an inspiring vision for men to reveal their true selves and live more balanced and authentic lives.
Randy Flood met Mike Salisbury on a train ride traversing the Alaskan Wilderness while heading to Denali National Park. Despite being what he calls “the aloof traveler strategically attempting to avoid mindless chatter [...]
Somatic therapist, Ken Porter, is a regular guest on the Revealing Men podcast, hosted by psychotherapist Randy Flood, co-founder and Director of the Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan. On previous podcasts, he and Flood [...]
Jonathan Cauchi is the Community Education Specialist for Disability Advocates and the host of its Flattening the Curb podcast. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the organization, founded in 1981, works alongside persons with disabilities as [...]
If we live long enough, we will age. Despite our protestations to the contrary, there will be things we can no longer do in the ways in which we’ve become accustomed. For many of us, [...]
In her more than 30 years working as a therapist in the field of addiction medicine and mental health, Steff Condon says she has seen what she calls the “beautiful fruit” of recovery in [...]
Mark DeVries, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who has studied and taught on the topic of ecopsychology (the study of the emotional bond between humans and the Earth) since 2000. Randy Flood, host of the [...]
In this interview with Randy Flood, he reflects on his work and what led him to become a psychotherapist and Director of the Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan. It’s a rare opportunity to hear [...]
If you look up “pilgrimage” you’ll find that it’s usually referred to simply as a journey taken for religious reasons. Ian Reader and Tony Walter flesh out that definition in their book Pilgrimage in Popular [...]
What does it mean to hold yourself accountable for your behavior? Is it simply admitting to wrong-doing or can it be the catalyst for change? Randy Flood, host of the Revealing Men podcast, psychotherapist, and [...]