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Doctor with an Autism Podcast Believes We Are All on The Autism Spectrum and It Is About Living with Autism, Not Trying to Fix It

PHOENIX, Ariz. -- The Otherness Podcast is a narrative exploring and engaging autism through experienced stories from those who have lived with it. Dr. Todd Peter Levine, a psychiatrist with a brother with autism, presents conversations, concepts and guests covering an array of interactions and experiences from those with or close to autism. It is the establishment of a voice to curate the stories that he feels have deep meaning for those people who are living with autism in their daily lives.

The Otherness Podcast started when Todd was with close friends on a boat and he asked for their advice on what a creative endeavor on a life spent in autism could look like. The idea of a podcast took shape and became a narration of family stories of autism. Todd remembers how the support of his friends started his path towards opening up the conversations he was having in his office treating children and adults with autism, "It was really the establishment of a voice, a narration to curate the stories that I knew would have deep meaning for those people that have lived with autism, whether they have autism themselves or whether they are family members of someone on the spectrum."

Dr. Todd Peter Levine now has one season under his belt and as the second season has started, he is sharing more stories of what it means to feel the vast spectrum of feelings that include terror, rage, sadness, and pain that can create a venue to move into the humanity of autism and away from the diagnosis itself.

Todd believes "We define our children by who they are as humans. Then looking with the lens through which autism is viewed, while different, has a unique perspective that can actually open our minds up to humanity in a greater way.

"I feel everyone is on the autism spectrum to some degree and the official diagnosis comes from the realization that some of us have more struggles with how our minds and bodies respond differently to the social and non-social environment."

The Otherness Podcast is also amplifying how the stories of living with autism have been much more important than any textbook, any medical journal or any lecture he's ever been to. Todd also states "Most of these stories do not have happy endings, mostly because they are still being told."

For season 2 and beyond, Todd wants to have people come on and share their stories, and ask questions that can get us to those places of vulnerability and resilience that many can relate to. He is particularly interested in those who have family members affected by autism and are affected by autism themselves.

For more information, visit: https://othernesspodcast.com/

Listen to the Otherness Podcast and Dr. Todd Peter Levine on:

Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/otherness-podcast/id1558614588

Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/otherness-podcast/PC:78573

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0syuA1Py9z8am7FkpbI9yp

And wherever else podcasts are available.

Related link: https://othernesspodcast.com/

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Veteran Launches Meditational / Spiritual Podcast in Wake of Mother’s Death

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Local veteran, Phillip Polite ("Phil"), bares his soul and sparks intrigue and thought from his listeners with his new Podcast, "PhilaNomics." Phil is an Air Force and Army PTSD combat veteran who has endured plenty of struggles already in his young life. Through his own self-discovery, he has felt inspired to help others heal. Phil has spent years researching metaphysics and is inspired by Alan Watts. He brings unique perspectives to the conversation through his life journey of living overseas and being a black man.

"I feel compelled to start my conversation, a spiritual journey worthy of a movie in itself. There is healing in exploring what keeps me up at night. Healing I hope transcends to my listeners," says Phil, creator of the PhilaNomics podcast.

Phil chose the owl to represent the podcast and PhilaNomics because the owl symbolizes a catalyst to him. He studies spirit animals and guides. Author, Elena Harris identifies the owl sprit animal as emblematic of wisdom, deep connection intuitive knowledge. That the owl sees in the dark and helps one see beyond veils of deception and illusions. PhilaNomics helps Phil and listeners start their self-exploration and discover their truths.

During episode one, Phil intimately shares his final days with his mother in the hospital. As Phil sat there, watching his mother breathe her last breath, he was consumed with this presence of responsibility. Phil recalls, "One of the last things she said was, she wanted me to express ideas. Maybe my story. Thoughts. Grief. Pain. Will help someone?" PhilaNomics is free flowing conversation.

Join the journey now: https://open.spotify.com/show/3ln94Bmps2adJiR8tgfOZ6

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Related link: https://open.spotify.com/show/3ln94Bmps2adJiR8tgfOZ6

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Zepet Releases New Single ‘Call Me When You Break Up’

BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- Pop rock artist Zepet specializes in the sunny indie pop that dominated the airwaves in the early 2000's. His latest single release, "Call Me When You Break Up," is joyously melancholy and filled to the brim with memorable melodies.

With its jangly guitars and Beatles inspired hooks, "Call Me When You Break Up" wears its influences on its sleeve while establishing Zepet's individual voice.

His charming vocal delivery is in the spotlight, bittersweet and supported by shimmering harmonies that give it a timeless appeal.

Zepet gives fans of classic songwriting everything they could possibly ask for, and this gem of a single is sure to win him legions of new fans.

The single is accompanied by a fun video that echoes the song's lyrics about friends that change when they enter a relationship.

Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/6UnjeQ65sH3THJcthtZDT8?si=OsDA-36jRNSkUfvtUH9ZwA

Social Media Links:
Twitter: @Zepet_ -- https://twitter.com/Zepet_
Instagram: @Zepet_ -- https://www.instagram.com/zepet_/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZepetG/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Zepet

Learn more at https://www.zepet.co/

VIDEO (YouTube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OB1vajz2zb8

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*Image caption: Cover, "Call Me When You Break Up."

Related link: https://www.zepet.co/

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