Sigmund Freud

I told my latest guest on Just Talking about this crazy plan I had for our recording. The plan was to see how long we could go without referencing the fact that we have known each other since we were 13. You might laugh, but it’s much easier said than done. I’m sure you can tell when I bring on a guest that I’ve talked to before, there’s a level of comfort that makes a huge difference in how I approach the recording. Maybe it’s just because we’ve known each other for so long, but I enjoy these types of conversations just as much as the ones with people I have only met mere seconds before the recording starts. I like to mix it up a bit. I suppose this means I’m due for a total stranger soon. Anyway, my best friend Nate came on the podcast to talk about Clinical Psychology, Blacksburg, weddings, and other fun stories from our collective past. Good times indeed.

Just Talking – Episode 28: Sigmund Freud

I finally convinced my good friend Nate Gillard to come on my podcast. He’s a grad student at North Texas and is on his way to becoming a pretty big deal. We spend a good portion of our time talking about his program, his work and his potential future. Given our history we also spend some time retelling some stories from the glory days in High School and our time living together at Virginia Tech. We do our best to either keep the inside jokes to a minimum or explain where the sudden laughter is coming from. As it stands, this podcast was also a great opportunity to catch up with Nate since I haven’t talked to him in a while. This is a conversation at its most casual form, I hope you enjoy it.

Run Time – 1:01:33

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