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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mandy Manners. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mandy Manners, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mandy Manners. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mandy Manners, often where they are interviewed.

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Kate Baily and Mandy Manners

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Kate Baily and Mandy Manners of www.loversober.com share their personal stories and chat about their new book Love Yourself Sober.

Their website includes links for personal coaching, an online community for women in recovery and tons of resources. Kate and Mandy are dedicated to helping others find a workable recovery plan that makes sense for the individual.


The Bubble Hour is hosted by Jean McCarthy www.jeanmccarthy.cawww.unpickledblog.com Jean's books are available here: www.jeanmccarthy.ca/books
Nov 02 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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115: Motherhood, Drinking and Sobriety with Mandy Manners and Kate Baily

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Kate and Mand got sober when their children were young, finally fed up with the messaging that alcohol was a good way to reward or de-stress from parenthood. They have created the platform Love Sober where they help other women realize what a sober life can be like. Their book Love Yourself Sober, A Self-Care Guide to Alcohol-Free Living for Busy Mothers is out now.

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Oct 28 2020 · 39mins

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Love Sober with Mandy Manners

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Hello you beautiful people! This week we were joined by the lovely Mandy who told us all about her journey to sobriety and the help and encouragement she now gives women all over the world. It's an interesting and funny chat which I think many of us mum's and dad's can relate to, if you have your own 'Stoptober' stories we'd love to hear them. And if you would like to talk to Amy about her own sober journey she's more than happy to chat! If there's anything else you'd like to talk about drop us a line....and don't forget to subscribe :0) Big love to you xxx






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Oct 11 2020 · 59mins
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Headaches, Hedonism and Hangovers with Mandy Manners

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In this episode Anniki focuses on booze and how women can feel like drinking is their main escape from ageing, work and motherhood. Drink is part and parcel of our culture and whilst there’s nothing wrong with it if we’re in control, our relationship can become problematic when it becomes the only means we have of relaxing. If you scroll through social media on a typical Friday night you’ll see a multitude of posts about how it’s ‘Gin o’ clock’ or ‘Time for Wine,’ and so it feels normalized and nothing to be scared of- if anything we’re encouraged to drink to escape our woes. What happens when we get older and our hangovers go on for days? Or spark off severe anxiety? Or we find ourselves being short-tempered parents (and then beating ourselves up because we’re being crap?) Anniki talks about these challenges with Mandy Manners who is a Life & Recovery Coach focused on helping women who have developed a problematic relationship with alcohol and want to create a life they love sober. She’s also co Founder of Love Sober CIC with fellow coach Kate Baily. Anniki and Mandy talk about how to tell if your relationship is problematic, how to become sober-curious and ultimately start thinking about a more mindful life when it comes to booze. 

Mandy & Kate's first book Love Yourself Sober, A Self-Care Guide for Alcohol-Free Living for Busy Mothers will be published on the 3rd of September- available for preorder now  https://amzn.to/38LCcIi

Find out more about Mandy https://www.mandymanners.com or at https://www.lovesober.com

For help and further resources - https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/drug-addiction-getting-help/

Produced and Edited by Alex Graham

Music by Paul Wells

Jul 15 2020 · 35mins
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Mandy Manners: Respecting My Body Has Been Part Of My Sobriety

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On today's episode of Period Story podcast, I was so pleased to speak with Mandy Manners. Mandy is a mindset and recovery coach who coaches women to harness their decision to go sober, to pivot from surviving to thriving in all areas of their lives. She's also a co-founder of Love Sober, a hub for one to one coaching, workshops and community, and hosts The Love Sober podcast with Kate Baily.

Mandy and I had a wonderful conversation about the impact of alcohol on women, the role the menstrual cycle plays in alcohol addiction, and of course, Mandy also shared the story of her first period.

Mandy shared the moment in her thirties when she felt she really learned about her period and the effect this change had on her.

Mandy talked candidly about the impact going sober had on her period and menstrual cycle. She also shared fascinating research around the points in our menstrual cycle where we will potentially be more triggered to drink alcohol. Have a listen to hear Mandy talk through an insightful example of a woman who planned her alcohol recovery treatment around her menstrual cycle.

Mandy talks about the steps women who are struggling with their alcohol consumption can take to get a better sense of control. She says that support and community is so important, as well as having an open mind about changing their habits and I completely agree!

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Apr 30 2020 · 45mins
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Ep. 9: TIWIK ... about shame with Mandy Manners co-founder of Love Sober

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Mandy Manners is a coach, speaker, writer and Mum of two. She has left her party lifestyle behind to embrace a sober life, calmer brain and pursue slow life satisfaction. She is passionate about breaking down the stigma of shame, trauma and mental illness through telling her own story honestly and authentically. You can see why I invited her on the podcast as our missions are completely aligned and she is such an open, kind hearted soul I wanted to help share her knowledge with you. 

Mandy is also the co-founder of Love Sober with Kate Baily. Together they work with women to help them feel empowered by their choice to stop drinking. Mandy and Kate work with women to use their choice to go sober to pivot from surviving to thriving in all areas of their lives using a holistic approach to growth change and wellbeing.

In this episode we discuss how Mandy got into sober living and began to unpack and work through the shame and trauma she experienced after a devastating sexual attack in Mexico. We discuss speaking our shame and how to open up conversations with your family.


Love Sober hosts the community Love Sober Life on Mighty Networks, offers 1-1 and online coaching programmes, workshops and talks and the Love Sober Podcast. Mandy and Kate are currently writing their first personal development book  Love Yourself Sober: A Self Care Guide to Alcohol Free Living for Busy Mothers, to be released in September 2020 by Trigger Publishing, an independent publishers specialising in mental health and wellbeing titles.

Website www.lovesober.com

Community https://love-sober.mn.co/

Podcast https://lovesober.podbean.com/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lovesoberpodcast

Instagram https://instagram.com/mandy_love.sober



Twitter https://twitter.com/lovesoberpod

Shame Booth Project https://shamebooth.org/

She Recovers https://sherecovers.co/


If you need help with your mental health, please reach out to get help. There are amazing charities where you can find help:


TIWIK is a love letter to my younger self. A conversation about all the things we were told not to talk about. A sharing of knowledge, emotions and laughs. A potential handbook (or the audio equivalent) on how to master your mental health and fall back in love with yourself! Nothing is off limits. We talk about everything from dating, suicide and mental health through to make up, skin care, magic and spirituality.

It's all the things I wish I'd known when I was younger so hopefully me and my guests will save you some heartache, provide some laughs, and inspire you to try something new helping you to grow from the inside out.

Join the conversation by tagging @welfordwellbeing on:

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/welfordwellbeing

FB - https://www.facebook.com/welfordwellbeing

using the hashtag #tiwik

For more information on Welford Wellbeing check out www.welfordwellbeing.com

You can listen and follow on:

Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0q3RxJ6fRED4oBoCpwPukV?si=TR-87oDDS9Os-Rern07bGg

Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/things-i-wish-id-known/id1479344250

or check out https://www.welfordwellbeing.com/tiwikpodcast for more information

Nov 05 2019 · 1hr 5mins
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Episode 99 - Mandy Manners

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In this week’s episode of the podcast, Tammi and Sondra are happy to share a conversation with Mandy Manners. Mandy is British-born sober Mom, now living by the sea in France. She is also the co-host of the Love Sober podcast. They talk about the hedonistic 90’s, British pub culture and healing from trauma. They also talk about the beautiful, creative life that Mandy is now living and in addition to the podcast, she’s content with mala-making, speaking events, recovery coach training and book writing. They know you will be moved by Mandy’s story. To learn more about Mandy, visit https://www.lovesober.com/ and you can also find her on Instagram @mandy_lovesober, @lovesoberpodcast and @malas_de_royan.

This week Mandy shares three items from her Unruffled Toolbox: (1) Podcasts; (2) Sober Sisterhood; and (3) The Sea.
Feb 25 2019 · 1hr 42mins