We Should Split Up: Frightful Advice for Spooky People

We Should Split Up is an advice podcast broadcasting from Salem Cove, the 4-time (nonconsecutive) winner for Eeriest Mid-Sized Town in the Northeastern Coastal Region. Hester Doyle, your a-ghoulie aunt, answers real listener questions every Thursday with a rotating cabal of co-hosts, including Norm the werewolf in denial, Jeff the head in a box, Velveteen O'Hara the taxidermist, Sloane the zombie rights advocate, and Graven Hews the illustrated man (and part-time meteorologist). 

Submit your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com

Does my question have to be spooky?

No! Hester and her friends, neighbors, and haunted artifacts will address nearly any question, whether it's about love, family, work, homemaking, personal hauntings, being a good person, fashion and grooming, picking the right horror movie to watch when meeting your sweetheart's parents for the first time, and beyond.

If you are experiencing a crisis

If you are experiencing a crisis, please do not wait to hear from Hester to get help. Here are some resources that may help. We are all rooting for you. You are loved.

If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (U.S.)

800-273-8255

International suicide prevention hotlines:

http://ibpf.org/resource/list-international-suicide-hotlines

If you are a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault:

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)

800-656-4673

Rape Crisis Center Europe

https://www.rcne.com/

If you are LGBTQ+ and in crisis:

The Trevor Project

866-488-7386

If you would like to suggest an additional resource, please write in to frightadvice@gmail.com or use the form below.

Important Disclaimer

Hester and her co-hosts are not lawyers, doctors, mental health professionals, or licensed professionals of any kind, and their advice should not be used as a substitute for consulting any of the above. We Should Split Up is presented for entertainment purposes only.

Credit Where Credit's Due

Logo artwork by Maya Renfro, featuring public domain works from the British Library (jolly place).

Theme song: "Die in a Fire" By Menage a Garage

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