Natalie Roberts went from 125kg to winning trophies for her effort on the bodybuilding stage. She shares her trials and tribulations in the hope of "doing it for you" and "finding your why" and how this can lead to long term motivation to reach the goals you set after WLS. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Why are writers so prone to depression? And why are depressives often more creatively minded than other people? Could social media be ruining your mental health? Natalie Roberts is a writer who's lived with depression for most of her life. She knows the power of writing and has studied the effects writing has on depressives — and that depressives have on writing.In this honest and frank episode, she tells us why many of us might not realise our mental health is being affected by the way we live our lives, and we ponder why that might be — as well as how we can combat it to become healthier writers. To help support the show by becoming a patron, please head over to https://www.patreon.com/indieauthormindset. Your ongoing support is hugely appreciated. Don’t forget you can claim 50% off any Indie Author Mindset course by going to http://courses.indieauthormindset.com and entering the promo code PODCAST at the checkout. For more great tips and guidance, join the Indie Author Mindset group on Facebook: http://facebook.com/groups/IndieAuthorMindset. The Indie Author Mindset Podcast is sponsored by IngramSpark, the award-winning indie publishing platform that offers authors like you a way to get your paperbacks and hardbacks into over 40,000 bookstores and libraries worldwide. Let IngramSpark take care of the details so that you can focus on what you do best — writing. Get started today at www.ingramspark.com.
Left of Str8 Radio 4-25-2020: VFC 2.0 with Special Guest Natalie Roberts
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Left of Str8 Radio, Saturday, April 25..11am: VFC 2.0 Our guest this Saturday we're chatting with author and advocate , Natalie RobertsWelcome to "Voices for Change 2.0" Co-Host's Rebecca and Joe Lombardo have been happily married for 15 years. At age 19, Rebecca was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and struggles with mental illness daily. In 2013, she survived a suicide attempt. As she recovered, she started a blog detailing her struggles. Eventually that blog was turned into a book called It’s Not Your Journey and is now available on Amazon.comPlease subscribe to Left of Str8 Radio right here on Blog Talk Radio by clicking on the pink box on the top right and you will get notifications when any new episodes are available on the Left of Str8 Radio Network. We appreciate your support.If you would like to advertise on any or all of our shows on the Left of Str8 Radio Network, contact Scott for great deals and low cost ads that will reach 1,000's of targeted customers. Email us at Scott@leftofstr8.comAll Music played on ANY program on the Left of Str8 Radio Network has been provided and licensed directly with written permission from the artist or producer. Documentation is on file at the Left of Str8 Radio Studio in Youngstown, Ohio.
Humanitarian Hub Podcast - Episode 6, Dr. Natalie Roberts
In the sixth episode of the humanitarian hub podcast, Tayba Ahmed talks with Dr Natalie Roberts about her role as head of emergencies with MSF. Dr Natalie draws our attention to the ongoing Ebola epidemic in the DRC, while also highlighting the cohort of actors involved in the work she does. More broadly, she shares her insights and predictions of the future landscape of humanitarianism and development from the perspective of a medical doctor.To access some of Natalie's previous blog posts and podcasts visit:blogs.msf.org/bloggers/natalie-roberts wemcast.podbean.com/e/natalie-rober…to-be-a-doctor/This podcast is also available for downloads on Apple Podcasts.For more information about SOAS's new Msc programme: Humanitarian Action (online) visit:www.soas.ac.uk/development/prog-an-action-online/
Humanitarian Hub Podcast - Episode 6, Dr. Natalie Roberts
Humanitarian Hub Podcast
In the sixth episode of the humanitarian hub podcast, Tayba Ahmed talks with Dr Natalie Roberts about her role as head of emergencies with MSF. Dr Natalie draws our attention to the ongoing Ebola epidemic in the DRC, while also highlighting the cohort of actors involved in the work she does. More broadly, she shares her insights and predictions of the future landscape of humanitarianism and development from the perspective of a medical doctor. To access some of Natalie's previous blog posts and podcasts visit:blogs.msf.org/bloggers/natalie-roberts wemcast.podbean.com/e/natalie-roberts-the-msf-paris-emergency-team-you-dont-have-to-be-a-doctor/This podcast is also available for downloads on Apple Podcasts.For more information about SOAS's new Msc programme: Humanitarian Action (online) visit: www.soas.ac.uk/development/prog-an-action-online/
Natalie Roberts - The MSF Paris Emergency Team - You don't have to be a Doctor?
We revisit one of the highlights from #WEM18m, as Natalie Roberts, Head of Emergency Operations France, talks us through what it's like to work for the MSF Emergency Team. Natalie discusses the work of the operational emergency teams, the sliding scale of the 'emergency program', as well as the importance of variety in medical ability and application on the ground.
Natalie is a mama to two young Goddesses Grace (8) and Chiara (5) and an author, speaker and coach for mothers of children with additional needs. Natalie is inspired by her youngest daughter who suffered a stroke. She inspires natalie through her strength, resilience and smile. Both her daughters have been a catalyst for bringing miracles and grace into her world. Join us as Natalie discusses her journey of mothering her daughter, Chiara including her diagnosis and moving from surviving to thriving.
Natalie Roberts - Cholera and Conflict: The Secret Mass Killer
In this episode, we revisit one of #WEM17's most popular talks. Natalie Roberts, Head of Emergency Operations for MSF France, explores her work in conflict zones and the joys of finding, and successfully treating, the 'silent killer' cholera.
THE NURSING HANGOVER – Talks on the Rocks with Natalie Roberts, RN
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Nurses are the most trusted professionals in America. Their reputation is deserved, but nothing comes without a cost. Natalie offers some straight talk about the joys and challenges that nurses & medical professionals face in their professional and personal lives. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hucklefather/support