Schizophrenia: 3 Moms in the Trenches Podcast

In recent posts, I reviewed two new memoirs from fellow MRQs (Moms who Refuse to Quit) Miriam “Mimi” Feldman and Mindy Greiling. Both memoirs were recently released (unfortunately forced by the pandemic into virtual-only book tours), and are both stellar and unique.

So – we met each other (virtually, of course – what else could we do?) and have teamed up to create a new podcast/youtube show for Moms like us – and also for other caregivers, practitioners, family members, and those (like our sons) who are diagnosed with schizophrenia – if they are in a place to want to hear about our side of the story.

Ben would not care to watch this, I know, as he still lacks insight into his illness (anosognosia) – but our hope is that the content is there for whomever is ready to hear it.

audio podcast or YouTube video

Here is the description:

Three Moms in the Trenches: (East, West, and Mid-US). We each have adult sons with schizophrenia and have written acclaimed books about it. We say it like it is, to help families, practitioners and those with SMI (serious mental illness) feel less alone…and learn. Randye Kaye -Broadcaster, Actress, Voice Talent, Speaker, and Author (“Ben Behind his Voices”) Miriam Feldman – Artist, Mom, Author “He Came in With It” Mindy Greiling – member of the Minnesota House of Representatives for twenty years. Activist, Legislator, Author (“Fix What You Can”)

Podcast can be found here:

YouTube  (please subscribe to be informed as each weekly episode comes out!

Thanks!

2 thoughts on “Schizophrenia: 3 Moms in the Trenches Podcast

  1. I too am an MRQ and I can’t begin to tell you how much these podcasts mean to me! I’ve of course read all three books and I already felt that I knew you (just finished Mindy’s) but these conversations are invaluable. I can’t thank you enough! At some point I’d love to hear how the financial aspect of having an adult child with an SMI has impacted your lives. My husband and I are still working in our late 60’s and early 70’s in order to provide for our son everything that he needs to live a life of dignity beyond what his SSI provides ( that’s a conversation for another time! (:
    And how about the pros and cons of private vs. public guardianship. And who will be there for our adult children after we’re gone? Thank you so much Randye. ♥️

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