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Welcome to See Change Sessions with Alittlegail! This podcast created by See Change and hosted by Abigail McDonnell, is all about starting the conversation and breaking the stigma surrounding mental health and the difficulties that may come within it. This week we are joined by Abigail McDonnell our host, as she welcomes Brigid Quirke from …
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Where is My Mind? Episode 55: Hormone Hell

In this episode, Niall and his sister Julie have a very important conversation about the impact hormones can have on the physical and emotional health of women. They’re joined by Dr. Sara Gottfried, a physician and gynaecologist who not only specialises in the area of hormones but has her own personal experience with it too.  …
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The Mindful Minute- The Tense and Release Relaxation Exercise

Much of the anxiety and stress that we experience can be felt in our bodies. After a stressful week we can come home with tension all over, be it our shoulders, our neck, our jaw or our forehead. The Tense and Release exercise is a great way to remove some of that tension and can …
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Mentally Yours: Migraines

“I resisted the diagnosis” Lydia Ruffles has written about mental health as the author of the book, Colour Me In. She chats to Yvette about migraines, seeing and tasting colours, and writing about mental health! Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter and our private Facebook group. Oh, and check out Lydia at twitter.com/lydiaruffles.
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Owning It: How ‘neurocycling’ can help your anxiety with Dr Caroline Lea‪f‬

For this episode my guest is the incredible cognitive neuroscientist and author Dr Caroline Leaf. We talk about anxiety and how important it is as a messaging system and how we should not want to live a life without any anxiety at all. In her new book, Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess, she talks through …
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A Mental Health Journey Podcast: #20: Noticing A Mental Health Decline

Mental health issues are a weird one where often times you yourself are the last person to notice they exist. Before we can reflect and act, we have to notice. The challenge is that noticing isn’t always as simple as it sounds. In this podcast, Conor shares his experiences of not noticing he was anxious/depressed/panicked …
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You OK? Podcast: Ep 28 You OK Donal Skehan?

Donal Skehan talks about the stress of embarking on a transatlantic relocation during a pandemic, the mood boosting benefits of an early morning walk and how even he sometimes hasn’t a clue what to cook for dinner.
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Owning It: Dissolving Your Career Anxiety

My new book NAKED is out now. You can buy it here. We have all experienced stress and anxiety around our work life. During the pandemic, perhaps more than ever. Maybe you were let go. Maybe you had big plans that were put on hold. Maybe outside of the pandemic you’re looking for a change …
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Owning It: Learning The Vulnerability Paradox

Welcome back to season 5! For this episode I want to introduce you to my brand new. book – NAKED: Ten Truths To Change Your Life. It’s what I’ve been working on since wrapping up the last season. It’s all about the power of vulnerability as a tool to create a calmer life. In it …
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Mentally Yours: Mental Health Awareness Week: Money Advice

“We just don’t like to talk about money” Sarah Murphy is Head of Mental Health UK’s Money Advice Service. She chats to Ellen and Yvette about having too much money, not having enough money and finding ways to talk abut money! Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter and our private Facebook group
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Mentally Yours: Mental Health Awareness Week: Emma Gannon

“It’s really important that women become more rich” Emma Gannon has written a book called The Multi-Hyphen Method, about making money on your own terms. She chats to Ellen about the gender pay gap, being open about your salary and confidence to set your own fees. Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter and …
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