Anytime you can get a middle-aged cancer survivor from North Carolina to talk about his experience with “forest bathing,” you know you have hit podcast GOLD.
Joe Bullock, my brother in arms, the lead administrator for Man Up to Cancer’s Howling Place Facebook group, makes a triumphant return to the podcast. Together, we kick off 2021 in style.
We celebrate the first anniversary of the Howling Place, which now has more than 850 members from around the world (male cancer survivors, patients, and caregivers). When the group hits 1000 members, Joe’s getting a tattoo, and I’m going to livestream the shit out of that.
We talk about Joe’s amazing advocacy work, including the upcoming launch of COLONTOWN JR., which is a supportive space for families with children who have colorectal cancer.
And finally, I put Joe through the “Gauntlet of Random Questions,” including the classic:
70s, 80s, or 90s. Which was the best decade, and why?