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BC Poppas are Jojo Casilao and Jon Tulio, owners and kids coaches at BC Martial Studio (6100 Jiu Jitsu/Tokai BJJ), Bacolod City. We love being dads, we love our families, we love Jiu Jitsu, and we love coaching your kids. Listen to us have fun talking about growing up in Bacolod (Philippines) and Los Angeles (USA), raising kids, marriage, coaching, pursuing our dreams, and of course Jiu Jitsu. Instagram: @tulioandsons @jocas_10
 
What does it mean to be a man in the 21st century? Detoxicity is an interview podcast designed to explore the many possible answers to that question The podcast will cover a wide range of topics from relationships to creativity, from psychology to sexuality with thoughtfulness, sensitivity, and humor. Detoxicity is hosted by radio personality and mental health/sexuality educator Mike Joseph.
 
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Peter Kirk is a musician based in New York City who records and tours under the name Panama Wedding. Panama Wedding released two well received EPs in 2014 and 2015 before Peter took a break to reassess his career and become a dad. His first new single in some years "Fly to Panama" was just released this month. In our conversation, Peter and I talk …
 
In this episode I talk to Derrick Millett. Derrick is part of my Weaponize Your Body Team, and is our lead tactical firearms instructor. Derrick has over two decades experience as a civilian and military agent with considerable experience operating in both permissive and non-permissive environments with over 1,000 days of combat experience. His law…
 
Jonny Boucher is the founder of Hope for the Day (HFTD), a Chicago-based suicide prevention and mental health awareness organization. He also co-founded Sip of Hope, a coffee shop that donates all of its proceeds to the cause of mental health. Jonny began his career as a concert promoter (while still in high school!) before re-directing his focus t…
 
In this episode I talk to Kevin Cottam. Kevin has had an illustrious past. He was an elite choreographer for World and Olympic Figure Skating Champions; directing and choreographing multi-million dollar international touring stationary figure skating shows and the 1988 Calgary Olympic Closing Ceremonies. He then wrote a leadership book, entitled Th…
 
This episode features a good friend of mine by the name of Bill Bodkin. Bill is a journalist who makes his home near the Jersey Shore. He founded the site popbreak dot com more than ten years ago, and the site encompasses everything from nightlife reviews to interviews with professional wrestlers to a podcast that has featured yours truly as a gues…
 
In this episode I talk to Mike Gillette. Mike has a life story that reads like an action-adventure novel. A life which has proven to be his own best case-study for goal attainment. He was a poor, scared and scrawny kid who grew up amidst a backdrop of extreme violence and substance abuse. A kid who would ultimately become an Army Paratrooper, SWAT …
 
Kevin Calabro is a founder of Calabro Music Media, a PR and management company and a co-founder of the record label the Royal Potato Family. He works with musicians including the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Medeski Martin & Wood, and Marco Benevento, and he’s based in upstate New York. Kevin and I spend a solid chunk of this episode parsing out the…
 
Devin Passariello is a New York-based music industry professional who came into the industry originally by way of being an actual musician. We talk about settling into a corporate lifestyle with the benefit of having a job that doesn’t require a suit and tie, and how to navigate life when you are "built like Flubber." On a more serious note, Devin …
 
In this episode I talk to Frank Sobchak. Frank is a PhD candidate in international relations at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He has taught at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Tufts University, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and The Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He holds a BS in Military History from West Poi…
 
Julian Velard is a singer, songwriter and pianist from New York City. His latest project, Please Don’t Make Me Play Piano Man, is a recorded attempt at a Broadway musical that’s filled with as much humor as it is with melody. In the past, you may have heard him on the Howard Stern show or on NPR’s Ask Me Another. Julian also currently records the p…
 
This episode is a meeting of the podcasting minds. I am joined by Steven LaFond, who co-hosts a podcast called Witchever Path with his partner Jas. The Witchever Path podcast is a horror-based anthology series in which the listener gets to vote on how to determine the outcome. Our conversation begins by discussing how the podcast came to be and con…
 
Eddie Moses is a music industry executive based in New York City. In this episode, Eddie dives back into his Detroit childhood and discusses growing up gay and biracial. Eddie also discusses his journey from musician to music businessman, brings up code switching for the first time on a Detox podcast, role models and mentorship, and much much more.…
 
In this episode I talk to Dean Stott. Dean is a former British Special Forces Soldier who left the military after suffering a severe knee injury in a parachuting accident in 2011. He then established a distinguished career in the private security sector; he was renowned for his willing to take on any job, no matter how dangerous. However, in 2016 D…
 
This episode was supposed to be an interview with Chris Calabrese, who is studying at Montclair State University in New Jersey in the hopes of becoming a therapist. What it became turned out to be way more of a dialogue between Chris and I, in which I reveal much more about myself than I have in previous episodes. Since the show really isn't about …
 
Andrew Grossman is a writer and a lawyer, originally from Kentucky but now based, like many of my guests, in NYC. Andrew is also a part of the reason Detoxicity exists, as he is a co-creator of the Facebook group Detoxifying Masculinity NYC. This group, like this podcast, aims to amplify the conversation around being better men and ridding ourselve…
 
In this episode I talk to Carl Honore. Carl is the best selling author of In Praise of Slow. He has been published in 35 languages and landed on the bestseller lists in many countries. His first three books show how slowing down can help you lead a richer, happier and more productive life. In his latest book he explores the many upsides of ageing. …
 
Bryan Carter is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, activist and educator originally from Illinois, now based in New York City. In this episode, Bryan shares his life experience, which includes growing up in the Baptist church, with a family of well-known religious educators and leaders. He also grew up with a keen interest in music, which led him t…
 
Eric Durkin is a director, producer and video editor based in New York City. In this episode, Eric discusses his bipolar diagnosis and the manic episodes that led to his diagnosis. Eric also talks about the trouble with "toxic positivity", being a "beta male" in a society that seems to promote "alpha male" characteristics, and the film he's working…
 
In this episode I talk to Lt Col Dave Grossman. Dave, has five patents to his name, has published four novels, two childrens’ books, and six non-fiction books to include his “perennial bestseller” On Killing (with over half a million copies sold). He is also has a New York Times best-selling book co-authored with Glenn Beck. His books are “required…
 
Ralph Jaccodine has 4 decades of working in the music business working with artists as diverse as Bruce Springsteen, Rush, Kiss to Livingston Taylor, Martin Sexton and Ellis Paul. He started promoting concerts in Allentown, Pa. and at the University of Notre Dame. Then after a career in commercial real estate, he started an indie record label and a…
 
In this episode I talk to Donald Robertson. Donald is the author of six books including How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius. He is a cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist, writer, and trainer, specializing in the relationship between philosophy, psychology, and self-improvement. He's particularly known for his…
 
Hey! Remember Episode 18, in which I interviewed musician and label co-owner Matt Block? We talked a little bit about his parents; specifically his father, who is a psychiatrist. That conversation led to Episode 23, in which I interview Daniel Block, dad to three kids, including Matt and his brother Jacob (who designed the Detoxpod logo). Dr. Block…
 
Neil Taffe is an actor, singer, voice over artist and massage therapist based in Los Angeles. He starred for years in the touring production of Smokey Joe’s Cafe alongside Grammy winner Gladys Knight. Neil is also someone I’ve known since I was a pre-teen; we grew up together in Brooklyn. In this episode, Neil goes in deep on his journey, from his …
 
In this episode I talk to Frank Forencich. Frank earned his degree in biology from Stanford university. He is an internationally-recognized expert on health and human adaptation. As an engaging speaker and movement teacher, he brings a unique perspective to the human predicament and offers practical solutions for some of the most pressing problems …
 
As I was reviewing my inventory of episodes, I knew that last week’s episode, with author and educator Kevin Patterson, had to run back to back with this episode, if only for the fact that I met this show’s guest, Ryan Bentham, and Kevin through the same channels. Much like Kevin, Ryan is a sex and relationship educator. As ‘The Prof”, Ryan along w…
 
My guest for this episode is Kevin Patterson. Kevin is an educator based in Philadelphia. He runs the blog Poly Role Models and has authored the book Love’s Not Color Blind: Race & Representation in Polyamorous and Other Alternative Communities. Additionally, Kevin has co-authored two volumes so far in the superhero series For Hire. with Alana Phel…
 
In this episode I talk to Jeff Gonzales. Jeff was a decorated and respected US Navy SEAL for 12 years. He graduated from BUDs class #155 and was immediately transferred to SEAL Team Four. He served at ST4 as an operator and trainer where he routinely participated in numerous combat operations that led to the successful and timely accomplishment of …
 
In this episode I talk to Kurek Ashley. Tony Robbins has said about my guest : "Kurek you truly are the embodiment of the word Outstanding!" Kerri Pottharst, Olympic Gold Medalist noted that: “Without Kurek, there would be no gold for us!” Kurek is a noted expert in personal development, self-discovery and peak performance and gives up to 100 prese…
 
Rickardo Shuzzr came to my attention via an article in Billboard magazine listing 40 LGBTQ power players in music. What drew me was the fact that Shuzzr (who tends to go by his last name professionally) works primarily within the confines of reggae music, a genre that has not always been kind to queer people. By existing openly in the highly visibl…
 
In this episode I talk to Dr. Jonathan Young. Jonathan is a psychologist who consults with organizational leaders and arts professionals. He teaches at the Pacifica Graduate Institute and Antioch University in Santa Barbara. His background includes assisting mythologist Joseph Campbell at seminars and serving as founding curator of the Joseph Campb…
 
Matt Block is a co-owner of the entertainment and management company la reserve (whose roster includes Bryan Carter, Alexander Claffy, Benny Benack III and more) and also is the senior manager of in-house labels for the music collaboration platform Splice. In this episode, Matt discusses being a workaholic and attempting to find a proper work/life …
 
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