Just the Two of Us


 

Just the Two of Us: Schizophrenic and Caregiver Self Help on The Real Me Radio

My apologies for technical issues with direct links and certain media files, provided are the links, for which you might need to cut and paste in to your browser as WordPress is still working out many glitches within the theme of this blog as well. Thank you for understanding in advance, also a simple search will do, and for the free podcast on iTunes just typing in The Real Me, or the last name Harnisch, shouldn’t be too difficult to locate. Thanks to you all as we crusade together, seeking and finding ourselves…

The archive of Episode 96 should be located at: http://therealme.podbean.com/<a class="StrictlyAutoTagAnchor" title="View all articles about 2012 here” href=”http://www.jharnisch.com/tag/2012″>2012/12/23/episode-096-just-the-two-of-us-schizophrenic-and-caregiver/

The Real Me Podcast #96 “Just the Two of Us: Schizophrenic and Caregiver” where Jonathan Harnisch and his wife Maureen talk about the impact Jonathan’s illness has had throughout the years: his progress, his stabilization, and what he still hopes to achieve.

The Real Me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/therealmepodcast

Schizophrenia and relationships on live radio: schizophrenic survivor, Jonathan Harnisch talks with his wife on the air about the role of being a caregiver to those with mental illness, always adhering to the core of those with a <a class="StrictlyAutoTagAnchor" title="View all articles about mental health here” href=”http://www.jharnisch.com/tag/mental-health”>mental health condition of any kind. It could very well be worth a listen for just under an hour. The film Walk Away Renee is referenced as well; certainly worth viewing to those in any caregiving position:

http://www.amazon.com/Walk-Away-Renee-Theatrical-Rental/dp/B00AFS9576

Director Jonathan Caouette embarks on a road trip to move his mentally ill (schizoaffective) mother Renee across the country. As they encounter roadblocks in the present, we begin to flash back to moments from the past, giving us insight into this anything-but-ordinary mother/son relationship.

Highly recommended.

Jonathan Harnisch

About Jonathan Harnisch

Author | Mental Health Advocate | Schizophrenia | Artist | Blogger | Podcast Host | Patent Holder | Hedge Fund Manager | Film & TV Producer | Musician
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