Welcome to the podcast! 'What happened to you?' is dedicated to normalizing conversations about trauma using humor. My name is Sebastian and I do stand-up comedy about being molested as a kid. Laughing about my experience allowed me to begin processing and healing from what happened to me. Humor is an amazing gateway into deeper conversations and emotions. From child molestation to cancer to double parental suicide, talking about difficult topics in a lighthearted way makes them easier to deal with. Hope you enjoy these conversations as much as we do. Thanks for listening :) Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sebastian-scales/support
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Welcome back! Today's guest is Jonny Pelham! Jonny is a brilliant and hilarious stand-up comedian with an amazing story. Also we recorded this back in 2022 so some of our references are not as recent as we're saying haha. Hope you enjoy the conversat... more
Welcome back! Our guest this week is Ben Romney! Ben and I met at a Vipassana meditation retreat in 2022. He is a truly awesome dude, super wise and funny, with a captivating story. Hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did! more
Welcome back! Josie Davis joins the pod and shares her story about what happened to her. She is one of the coolest people, incredibly articulate, and absolutely hilarious. Enjoy! ------ more
As a rape victim, it’s hard to open up. I don’t see many representation of myself. People don’t like to talk about rape, and due to its “negative connotations” people try to sweep it under the rug. I went into nursing and I’m currently applying to nursing school and I realized being raped has helped me be able to empathize with my patients and be able to help them more then my counterparts. more
You’re an amazing host by making people feel relaxed and able to open up to you. Great conversational flow!
This podcast has the most unique take on trauma I’ve ever heard. It’s heartbreaking and hilarious at the same time. Very grateful to have found it. A must watch/listen!
I have always felt like one way that we can prevent childhood sexual abuse is by talking about it so it becomes less of a taboo subject and harder to hide. There is so much shame where there should be support and I hope that Sebastian and every single person who has been on the podcast realizes that they are helping make this change for so many people. I truly feel that we can protect children by changing the way we look at and talk about abuse. Education is key for prevention and this podcast i... more
The way Sebastian and the guests tell their stories is unlike anything I’ve ever heard. Their humorous approach to trauma has helped me process my own. Thank you for this podcast!
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What happened to you? launched 4 years ago and published 48 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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