title

Doming Out

John Tessitore

0
Followers
5
Plays
Doming Out
Doming Out

Doming Out

John Tessitore

0
Followers
5
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

We want to help our guests share their journeys to the dark side of mental health, to understand the light we can be through all types of recovery.

Latest Episodes

S2Classic | Kenny Wallach

June 2018 Update: we meant to record an update about Kenny's time at Yeshiva in Jerusalem but ended up kicking around the idea of how to bridge the gap between sufferers and non-sufferers. How do we find the common ground between those who've been diagnosed and those who haven't? The answer is a trick - we all share the common development of human psyche and for people like Kenny, finding the higher purpose in life reigns supreme to the nomenclature of a mental health disorder. That being said, not everyone in our society is seeing self-care like that and as non-sufferers, we have to make it clear that there is space to discuss the topic of mental health and get to know some core experience that ties us together with our brothers and sisters who have been diagnosed. Kenny's story unfolds into three parts. His childhood, where his sister battled cancer and Kenny developed a fear of sleepi

40 MIN2018 JUN 19
Comments
S2Classic | Kenny Wallach

S1Classic | Chris Hallowell

April 2018 Update: Chris joined the Doming Out family to help shape the community forming around the podcast. On the fourth and final episode of Season 1, John and Chris Hallowell dig into how mental health manifests on college campuses, particularly in Greek life and particularly when everything looks good on "paper." Chris pushes into the idea of personality loss and how radical acceptance helped balance him out. John wraps with an extended reflection on our first season. It's been a good ride...we'll be back in September.

38 MIN2018 JUN 3
Comments
S1Classic | Chris Hallowell

S2Classic | Grace Wickremasinghe

5/21/18 Update: we spoke with Nivendra Uduman who you'll hear during the introduction. Nivendra is a psychologist from Sri Lanka who's walked across that country twice to raise awareness for suicide and mental illness. Grace described him as a beacon of light in Sri Lanka and we're so happy to have him introduce Grace's reposted episode. This week, Doming Out had the pleasure of talking to Grace Wickremasinghe - a Sri Lankan poet, law student and spoken word wizard. She dives into the state of mental health in Sri Lanka, which Grace characterized broadly as "unfortunate" but definitely finds pockets of positivity. She also highlights another group of Sri Lankan activists pushing for sustainable equality. Grace paints a thoughtful picture of anxiety and how we can all share that base layer of mental struggle. The "mother of all mental illness" as she called it. Grace and Mike discuss the

38 MIN2018 MAY 22
Comments
S2Classic | Grace Wickremasinghe

S2E17 | Remembering Avicii, End of Season 2

EWe end season 2 of Doming Out leaning into a feeling to discuss the passing of music legend Avicii. He was a massive inspiration to our host, John Tessitore, and his dedication to the craft of composure elicited a set of feelings we hope to bring out in our listeners. We finish with a conversation on our plans for the summer and a discussion of the Doming Out mantra with editor, Mike Esposito. As always, big thanks to everyone who helped make season 2 a reality - Blair Savitsky, Chakshu Tandon, Doc Kelly, Paul Tessitore, Mateo Askiarapour, Jay Varney, Toni Banta, Paul Conte, Andrew Varney, the newest member of our team Chris 'unique cat' Hallowell, and of course, always in honor of John Cleaver Kelly, we document society's response to mental illness. We share journeys to the dark side of mental health to understand the light we can be through recovery - all types of recovery.

-1 s2018 APR 23
Comments
S2E17 | Remembering Avicii, End of Season 2

S2E15 | Searching for the 3rd Person

EPassion, perseverance, friendship - that's what we run on. But we also know our limits, and knew eventually we'd need a 3rd to help us grow John Kelly's legacy, to share the stories behind mental health, behind the walls of stigma. Yes, we consider John Kelly the 4th and yes we get tremendous help from Blair Savistsky, Chakshu Tandon, Paul Tessitore, Jay Varney, Toni Banta, Eric Beer, Andrew Varney, Paul Conte and countless others, but the 3rd person is something different. It's the glue of the community, the leader of the pack, the infallible backbone. They could run the day-to-day with a hand tied behind their back and make everyone in the room feel better about it. Frankly, it's what John and I aren't - organized, efficient, digital. This is the official start of the search for that 3rd person. Naturally, we cut an episode explaining who we are inside, and more importantly outside, this cramped, hoop-d homemade studio in Brooklyn.

16 MIN2018 MAR 8
Comments
S2E15 | Searching for the 3rd Person

S2E14 | Joanie Malarchuk

Joanie is Clint Malarchuk's wife. We had Clint on the podcast twice the past month and initially recorded with Joanie to color in some of our conversation with him. Immediately after we hung up with her, we knew we had to cut a full episode.Our guardians aren't always our parents. More often, down the road at least, they're a spouse, a child, maybe a friend who's looking down from above. Whoever it happens to be, our guardians help guide us through life - with signs, with words, with actions. But when someone is suffering from mental illness, that job gets confusing, especially if you don't know what you're dealing with.Joanie's first interaction with mental illness was shortly after she met Clint. He was frozen from his OCD, in a hotel room a few hundred miles from home. She helped get him back but more importantly, she got busy doing the research so she knew how to help the next time i

-1 s2018 MAR 2
Comments
S2E14 | Joanie Malarchuk

S2E11 | Erica Michanek

We're tackling the topic of depression this week. Erica Michanek has been traveling South America and Cuba for the last 5 years but before that, she spent more than 10 years at different psychologists, on different medications, searching for the answer to her depression. She had small wins over the years but her mindset needed a shock. She eventually quit her job in Sweden, moved to Peru to work in a school and hasn't taken depression medication since. Erica sought out a different mindset and convinced herself that she had the strength to take it on. Cheers to her, we're happy for you Erica! Listen On iTunes Listen On Google Play Music Credits:Lauryn Hill - Everything is EverythingLos Hacheros - Papote's GuajiraRufus Du Sol - InnerbloomNina Simone - Feeling GoodJoe Arroyo - En Barranquilla Me QuedoHall & Oates - Rich GirlTia Blake - Plastic Jesus

-1 s2018 JAN 8
Comments
S2E11 | Erica Michanek

S2E9 | Kenny Wallach

Host John Tessitore, met guest Kenny Wallach at an NYU event last March. They were both sharing their journeys with OCD in front of the entire audience. Editor, Mike Esposito, walked in prior to the start. He's known Kenny since high school. An episode of Doming Out was born.Kenny's story unfolds into three parts. His childhood, where his sister battled cancer and Kenny developed a fear of sleeping away from home that turned into deeper compulsive thoughts and eventually a formal OCD diagnosis. After graduating college, an entrepreneurial spirit drove him to reconnect with Sajeeb Saha, professionally known as Producer and DJ, Jai Wolf. Kenny ended up managing Sajeeb up until last August when he moved to Jerusalem to chase a spiritual journey that called him to study at Machon Yaakov Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Kenny is the quintessential example of how to flip mental illness on it's head - int

-1 s2017 DEC 11
Comments
S2E9 | Kenny Wallach

S2E8 | John Tessitore

Doming out turned 28 a few days ago! Well at least our host, John Tessitore did. Like many of you know, John has OCD. John had a mentor named John Kelly who also suffered from OCD. It's confusing what John we're talking about in some episodes. Trust me, we get it. OCD took John Kelly's life a week before his 25th birthday. John Tessitore never thought he'd make it to his 25th birthday. When he did, he vowed to celebrate properly each year going forward. John uses this opportunity to tell both those stories alongside editor, Mike Esposito. Some banter of weekend shenanigans and Mike's attempts to avoid celebrating his own birthday. Listen On iTunes Listen On Google Play Music Credits:YACHT - Psychic City (Classixx Remix)Gryffin - Heading Home (ft. Josef Salvat)

-1 s2017 DEC 4
Comments
S2E8 | John Tessitore

S2E7 | Dominicc Delzompo

Dominicc Delzompo is a recent UCLA grad from Murietta, California. The son of a Marine and a talented musician his entire life, he landed at UCLA to study under Julie Gondek in the Voice and Opera program. He's got pipes for sure but he also produces music under the moniker intrnet boyfriend and formerly wrote and performed his own original music as one member of the musical duo RoboPope, which released a debut EP Nocturnes & Daydreams independently, last September.Dom talks candidly about the early roots of his depression and how reflecting on that later in life has been comforting and even comical. John dives into how important the role of a 'guardian' is for someone who's suffering. A 'guardian' being a permanent fixture in your life who has your best emotional interest in mind - in Dom's case, the role was filled by his mother. For our host, it was always and is always, John Cleaver

-1 s2017 NOV 27
Comments
S2E7 | Dominicc Delzompo

Latest Episodes

S2Classic | Kenny Wallach

June 2018 Update: we meant to record an update about Kenny's time at Yeshiva in Jerusalem but ended up kicking around the idea of how to bridge the gap between sufferers and non-sufferers. How do we find the common ground between those who've been diagnosed and those who haven't? The answer is a trick - we all share the common development of human psyche and for people like Kenny, finding the higher purpose in life reigns supreme to the nomenclature of a mental health disorder. That being said, not everyone in our society is seeing self-care like that and as non-sufferers, we have to make it clear that there is space to discuss the topic of mental health and get to know some core experience that ties us together with our brothers and sisters who have been diagnosed. Kenny's story unfolds into three parts. His childhood, where his sister battled cancer and Kenny developed a fear of sleepi

40 MIN2018 JUN 19
Comments
S2Classic | Kenny Wallach

S1Classic | Chris Hallowell

April 2018 Update: Chris joined the Doming Out family to help shape the community forming around the podcast. On the fourth and final episode of Season 1, John and Chris Hallowell dig into how mental health manifests on college campuses, particularly in Greek life and particularly when everything looks good on "paper." Chris pushes into the idea of personality loss and how radical acceptance helped balance him out. John wraps with an extended reflection on our first season. It's been a good ride...we'll be back in September.

38 MIN2018 JUN 3
Comments
S1Classic | Chris Hallowell

S2Classic | Grace Wickremasinghe

5/21/18 Update: we spoke with Nivendra Uduman who you'll hear during the introduction. Nivendra is a psychologist from Sri Lanka who's walked across that country twice to raise awareness for suicide and mental illness. Grace described him as a beacon of light in Sri Lanka and we're so happy to have him introduce Grace's reposted episode. This week, Doming Out had the pleasure of talking to Grace Wickremasinghe - a Sri Lankan poet, law student and spoken word wizard. She dives into the state of mental health in Sri Lanka, which Grace characterized broadly as "unfortunate" but definitely finds pockets of positivity. She also highlights another group of Sri Lankan activists pushing for sustainable equality. Grace paints a thoughtful picture of anxiety and how we can all share that base layer of mental struggle. The "mother of all mental illness" as she called it. Grace and Mike discuss the

38 MIN2018 MAY 22
Comments
S2Classic | Grace Wickremasinghe

S2E17 | Remembering Avicii, End of Season 2

EWe end season 2 of Doming Out leaning into a feeling to discuss the passing of music legend Avicii. He was a massive inspiration to our host, John Tessitore, and his dedication to the craft of composure elicited a set of feelings we hope to bring out in our listeners. We finish with a conversation on our plans for the summer and a discussion of the Doming Out mantra with editor, Mike Esposito. As always, big thanks to everyone who helped make season 2 a reality - Blair Savitsky, Chakshu Tandon, Doc Kelly, Paul Tessitore, Mateo Askiarapour, Jay Varney, Toni Banta, Paul Conte, Andrew Varney, the newest member of our team Chris 'unique cat' Hallowell, and of course, always in honor of John Cleaver Kelly, we document society's response to mental illness. We share journeys to the dark side of mental health to understand the light we can be through recovery - all types of recovery.

-1 s2018 APR 23
Comments
S2E17 | Remembering Avicii, End of Season 2

S2E15 | Searching for the 3rd Person

EPassion, perseverance, friendship - that's what we run on. But we also know our limits, and knew eventually we'd need a 3rd to help us grow John Kelly's legacy, to share the stories behind mental health, behind the walls of stigma. Yes, we consider John Kelly the 4th and yes we get tremendous help from Blair Savistsky, Chakshu Tandon, Paul Tessitore, Jay Varney, Toni Banta, Eric Beer, Andrew Varney, Paul Conte and countless others, but the 3rd person is something different. It's the glue of the community, the leader of the pack, the infallible backbone. They could run the day-to-day with a hand tied behind their back and make everyone in the room feel better about it. Frankly, it's what John and I aren't - organized, efficient, digital. This is the official start of the search for that 3rd person. Naturally, we cut an episode explaining who we are inside, and more importantly outside, this cramped, hoop-d homemade studio in Brooklyn.

16 MIN2018 MAR 8
Comments
S2E15 | Searching for the 3rd Person

S2E14 | Joanie Malarchuk

Joanie is Clint Malarchuk's wife. We had Clint on the podcast twice the past month and initially recorded with Joanie to color in some of our conversation with him. Immediately after we hung up with her, we knew we had to cut a full episode.Our guardians aren't always our parents. More often, down the road at least, they're a spouse, a child, maybe a friend who's looking down from above. Whoever it happens to be, our guardians help guide us through life - with signs, with words, with actions. But when someone is suffering from mental illness, that job gets confusing, especially if you don't know what you're dealing with.Joanie's first interaction with mental illness was shortly after she met Clint. He was frozen from his OCD, in a hotel room a few hundred miles from home. She helped get him back but more importantly, she got busy doing the research so she knew how to help the next time i

-1 s2018 MAR 2
Comments
S2E14 | Joanie Malarchuk

S2E11 | Erica Michanek

We're tackling the topic of depression this week. Erica Michanek has been traveling South America and Cuba for the last 5 years but before that, she spent more than 10 years at different psychologists, on different medications, searching for the answer to her depression. She had small wins over the years but her mindset needed a shock. She eventually quit her job in Sweden, moved to Peru to work in a school and hasn't taken depression medication since. Erica sought out a different mindset and convinced herself that she had the strength to take it on. Cheers to her, we're happy for you Erica! Listen On iTunes Listen On Google Play Music Credits:Lauryn Hill - Everything is EverythingLos Hacheros - Papote's GuajiraRufus Du Sol - InnerbloomNina Simone - Feeling GoodJoe Arroyo - En Barranquilla Me QuedoHall & Oates - Rich GirlTia Blake - Plastic Jesus

-1 s2018 JAN 8
Comments
S2E11 | Erica Michanek

S2E9 | Kenny Wallach

Host John Tessitore, met guest Kenny Wallach at an NYU event last March. They were both sharing their journeys with OCD in front of the entire audience. Editor, Mike Esposito, walked in prior to the start. He's known Kenny since high school. An episode of Doming Out was born.Kenny's story unfolds into three parts. His childhood, where his sister battled cancer and Kenny developed a fear of sleeping away from home that turned into deeper compulsive thoughts and eventually a formal OCD diagnosis. After graduating college, an entrepreneurial spirit drove him to reconnect with Sajeeb Saha, professionally known as Producer and DJ, Jai Wolf. Kenny ended up managing Sajeeb up until last August when he moved to Jerusalem to chase a spiritual journey that called him to study at Machon Yaakov Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Kenny is the quintessential example of how to flip mental illness on it's head - int

-1 s2017 DEC 11
Comments
S2E9 | Kenny Wallach

S2E8 | John Tessitore

Doming out turned 28 a few days ago! Well at least our host, John Tessitore did. Like many of you know, John has OCD. John had a mentor named John Kelly who also suffered from OCD. It's confusing what John we're talking about in some episodes. Trust me, we get it. OCD took John Kelly's life a week before his 25th birthday. John Tessitore never thought he'd make it to his 25th birthday. When he did, he vowed to celebrate properly each year going forward. John uses this opportunity to tell both those stories alongside editor, Mike Esposito. Some banter of weekend shenanigans and Mike's attempts to avoid celebrating his own birthday. Listen On iTunes Listen On Google Play Music Credits:YACHT - Psychic City (Classixx Remix)Gryffin - Heading Home (ft. Josef Salvat)

-1 s2017 DEC 4
Comments
S2E8 | John Tessitore

S2E7 | Dominicc Delzompo

Dominicc Delzompo is a recent UCLA grad from Murietta, California. The son of a Marine and a talented musician his entire life, he landed at UCLA to study under Julie Gondek in the Voice and Opera program. He's got pipes for sure but he also produces music under the moniker intrnet boyfriend and formerly wrote and performed his own original music as one member of the musical duo RoboPope, which released a debut EP Nocturnes & Daydreams independently, last September.Dom talks candidly about the early roots of his depression and how reflecting on that later in life has been comforting and even comical. John dives into how important the role of a 'guardian' is for someone who's suffering. A 'guardian' being a permanent fixture in your life who has your best emotional interest in mind - in Dom's case, the role was filled by his mother. For our host, it was always and is always, John Cleaver

-1 s2017 NOV 27
Comments
S2E7 | Dominicc Delzompo
hmly
himalayaプレミアムへようこそ聴き放題のオーディオブックをお楽しみください。