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Dysfunctions with Disco is your unique discussion podcast about pop culture topics and how the field of psychology affects our daily decisions and ultimately huge circumstances. It also touches upon mental disorders and how the mind works for both people with and without illnesses. It features guest speakers across various fields and provides insight into real world issues and how we subconsciously use psychology to deal and/or to form our opinions about things.

Latest Episodes

Episode 5: How This Secret Helped Us Together and As Individuals (featuring Elijah Cadogan)

EThis episode highlights the importance of an age old "secret" to better relationships. The host and her guest discuss how this tool has impacted their relationships and many other things. There is a mention of the effect of this secret on our brains and even different aspects of our lives. Citation and Credits: Music by https://audionautix.com/ Walton, A. (2018, January 17). 7 Ways Meditation Can Actually Change The Brain. Retrieved August 24, 2020, from https://www.forbes.com/sites/alicegwalton/2015/02/09/7-ways-meditation-can-actually-change-the-brain/ Seppala, E. (2016, May 03). 3 Ways Meditation Improves Relationships - Backed by Science. Retrieved August 24, 2020, from https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/feeling-it/201605/3-ways-meditation-improves-relationships-backed-science

34 minAUG 25
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Episode 5: How This Secret Helped Us Together and As Individuals (featuring Elijah Cadogan)

Episode 4: Why Films & Social Media Get Romantic Relationships Wrong

ETrigger Warning: This episode contains mention of depression, suicide, addiction, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders. Listen at your own discretion. This episode goes over the unrealistic expectations that films and social media set in romantic relationships. The host describes the various effects of the use of social media on our minds and how it changes the way love is viewed especially by the younger generation. The host also talks about some personal experiences and includes the secret to a happy relationship at the end. Citations: Richard Alleyne, S. (2008, December 15). Romantic comedies make us 'unrealistic about relationships', claim scientists. Retrieved August 06, 2020, from https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/3776923/Romantic-comedies-make-us-unrealistic-about-relationships-claim-scientists.html Chappet, M. (2020, March 24). Have we been brain-jacked by Instagram? We investigate how the 'gram has rewired our brains for good... Retrieved August 06, 2020, from https://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/article/instagram-effect-on-brain Music by www.audionautix.com

8 minAUG 8
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Episode 4: Why Films & Social Media Get Romantic Relationships Wrong

Episode 3: How Gender Stereotypes Created Feminism

EIn this episode, the host talks about the concept of gender roles and how they should be ended in the society. There's also a mention of common misconceptions people have about feminism and feminists. The host uses humor to explain the concept of feminism that people usually get wrong. Citations & Credits: Gender role. (2020, July 18). Retrieved July 19, 2020, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_role Feminism: Definition of Feminism by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Feminism. (n.d.). Retrieved July 19, 2020, from https://www.lexico.com/en/definition/feminism Music by www.audionautix.com

9 minJUL 20
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Episode 3: How Gender Stereotypes Created Feminism

Episode 2: Why Feeling Anxious Is Not The Same As Having An Anxiety Disorder

ETrigger Warning: This episode contains mention of depression, suicide, addiction, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders. Listen at your own discretion. This episode highlights the difference between an anxious mood and an anxiety disorder. It also talks about how mental health is portrayed wrongly by a lot of celebrities and other people especially in the era of self diagnosing. Furthermore, it sheds light on the host's experience with an anxiety disorder and the types of different anxiety disorders that exist. Citations and Credits: Lavender, N. (2019, May 16). This Is the Difference Between Feeling Anxious and Having an Anxiety Disorder. Retrieved July 09, 2020, from https://www.self.com/story/anxious-feelings-vs-anxiety-disorders (DCD), D. (2015, August 21). What are the five major types of anxiety disorders? Retrieved July 09, 2020, from https://www.hhs.gov/answers/mental-health-and-substance-abuse/what-are-the-five-major-types-of-anxiety-disorders/index.html Music by www.audionautix.com

9 minJUL 11
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Episode 2: Why Feeling Anxious Is Not The Same As Having An Anxiety Disorder

Episode 1: Why How Much You Weigh Won't Affect Your Happiness

This episode talks about the psychology of weight loss and why an individual's weight won't affect their happiness and their idea of a happy self. It uses a psychological approach and mentions the host's understanding of weight loss through her own experience. Citations and Credits: Reid, C. (2015, August 03). Losing Weight Won't Necessarily Make You Happy. Retrieved July 02, 2020, from http://healthandthecity.com.au/losing-weight-wont-necessarily-make-happy/ Patel, N. (2014, June 24). The Psychology of Instant Gratification and How It Will Revolutionize Your Marketing Approach. Retrieved July 02, 2020, from https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/235088 Stanford Marshmallow Experiment. (2020, July 01). Retrieved July 02, 2020, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_marshmallow_experiment Music by audionautix.com

6 minJUL 11
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Episode 1: Why How Much You Weigh Won't Affect Your Happiness

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56 sJUN 27
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Latest Episodes

Episode 5: How This Secret Helped Us Together and As Individuals (featuring Elijah Cadogan)

EThis episode highlights the importance of an age old "secret" to better relationships. The host and her guest discuss how this tool has impacted their relationships and many other things. There is a mention of the effect of this secret on our brains and even different aspects of our lives. Citation and Credits: Music by https://audionautix.com/ Walton, A. (2018, January 17). 7 Ways Meditation Can Actually Change The Brain. Retrieved August 24, 2020, from https://www.forbes.com/sites/alicegwalton/2015/02/09/7-ways-meditation-can-actually-change-the-brain/ Seppala, E. (2016, May 03). 3 Ways Meditation Improves Relationships - Backed by Science. Retrieved August 24, 2020, from https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/feeling-it/201605/3-ways-meditation-improves-relationships-backed-science

34 minAUG 25
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Episode 5: How This Secret Helped Us Together and As Individuals (featuring Elijah Cadogan)

Episode 4: Why Films & Social Media Get Romantic Relationships Wrong

ETrigger Warning: This episode contains mention of depression, suicide, addiction, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders. Listen at your own discretion. This episode goes over the unrealistic expectations that films and social media set in romantic relationships. The host describes the various effects of the use of social media on our minds and how it changes the way love is viewed especially by the younger generation. The host also talks about some personal experiences and includes the secret to a happy relationship at the end. Citations: Richard Alleyne, S. (2008, December 15). Romantic comedies make us 'unrealistic about relationships', claim scientists. Retrieved August 06, 2020, from https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/3776923/Romantic-comedies-make-us-unrealistic-about-relationships-claim-scientists.html Chappet, M. (2020, March 24). Have we been brain-jacked by Instagram? We investigate how the 'gram has rewired our brains for good... Retrieved August 06, 2020, from https://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/article/instagram-effect-on-brain Music by www.audionautix.com

8 minAUG 8
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Episode 4: Why Films & Social Media Get Romantic Relationships Wrong

Episode 3: How Gender Stereotypes Created Feminism

EIn this episode, the host talks about the concept of gender roles and how they should be ended in the society. There's also a mention of common misconceptions people have about feminism and feminists. The host uses humor to explain the concept of feminism that people usually get wrong. Citations & Credits: Gender role. (2020, July 18). Retrieved July 19, 2020, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender_role Feminism: Definition of Feminism by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Feminism. (n.d.). Retrieved July 19, 2020, from https://www.lexico.com/en/definition/feminism Music by www.audionautix.com

9 minJUL 20
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Episode 3: How Gender Stereotypes Created Feminism

Episode 2: Why Feeling Anxious Is Not The Same As Having An Anxiety Disorder

ETrigger Warning: This episode contains mention of depression, suicide, addiction, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders. Listen at your own discretion. This episode highlights the difference between an anxious mood and an anxiety disorder. It also talks about how mental health is portrayed wrongly by a lot of celebrities and other people especially in the era of self diagnosing. Furthermore, it sheds light on the host's experience with an anxiety disorder and the types of different anxiety disorders that exist. Citations and Credits: Lavender, N. (2019, May 16). This Is the Difference Between Feeling Anxious and Having an Anxiety Disorder. Retrieved July 09, 2020, from https://www.self.com/story/anxious-feelings-vs-anxiety-disorders (DCD), D. (2015, August 21). What are the five major types of anxiety disorders? Retrieved July 09, 2020, from https://www.hhs.gov/answers/mental-health-and-substance-abuse/what-are-the-five-major-types-of-anxiety-disorders/index.html Music by www.audionautix.com

9 minJUL 11
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Episode 2: Why Feeling Anxious Is Not The Same As Having An Anxiety Disorder

Episode 1: Why How Much You Weigh Won't Affect Your Happiness

This episode talks about the psychology of weight loss and why an individual's weight won't affect their happiness and their idea of a happy self. It uses a psychological approach and mentions the host's understanding of weight loss through her own experience. Citations and Credits: Reid, C. (2015, August 03). Losing Weight Won't Necessarily Make You Happy. Retrieved July 02, 2020, from http://healthandthecity.com.au/losing-weight-wont-necessarily-make-happy/ Patel, N. (2014, June 24). The Psychology of Instant Gratification and How It Will Revolutionize Your Marketing Approach. Retrieved July 02, 2020, from https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/235088 Stanford Marshmallow Experiment. (2020, July 01). Retrieved July 02, 2020, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_marshmallow_experiment Music by audionautix.com

6 minJUL 11
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Episode 1: Why How Much You Weigh Won't Affect Your Happiness

Trailer

56 sJUN 27
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Trailer
the END
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