Rural life, Mental Health and Writing with Rebecca Schiller
How To Be A Boss At Ageing
In this episode Anniki interviews Rebecca Schiller about her new book - Earthed and they talk about writing, rural life (and the myths around how idyllic it is) and mental health. Rebecca was diagnosed with ADHD there’s also an ad for Anniki’s book - please do buy if you haven’t already! Resources https://uk.bookshop.org/books/earthed-a-memoir/9781783965496?aid=482 https://www.you.co.uk/this-was-the-good-life-so-why-did-i-want-to-smash-it-to-pieces/ https://www.adhdfoundation.org.uk/ https://www.instagram.com/motherswhowrite/?hl=en Follow Anniki on Instagram - @annikisommerville Anniki's new book - https://www.amazon.co.uk/How-Be-Boss-Ageing-navigate-ebook/dp/B08RZ8W8VK Produced and Edited by Alex Graham If you've enjoyed this episode don't forget to follow this podcast wherever you're listening. If you're on Apple Podcasts it would be great if you could leave a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ rating and a review!
011 Do Good and Do Awful: Neurodiversity, Mental Health and a Memoir for Our Uncertain Times, with Rebecca Schiller
Do Good and Do Well
In this episode I talk about self-belief, it's importance within the changemaking space and what you might do to build it. I also talk to the brilliant Rebecca Schiller, author, journalist and campaigner. Rebecca is a Trustee, former CEO and co-founder of Birthrights - the human rights in childbirth charity. She is a regular contributor to the Guardian and Observer and her forthcoming memoir, Earthed, will be published in May 2021. Rebecca and I chat about: Rebecca's sense of unfairness and injustice and how it drives her and her work Rebecca's recent diagnosis of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and the part it has to play in her life Giving permission to ask for what we need so we can the best job Lessons from the awfulness And Rebecca's new memoir, Earthed. Rebecca's link Pre-order Earthed: A Memoir: https://harbourbooks.org/shop/p/earthed-rebeccaschiller Rebecca's website: https://www.rebeccaschiller.co.uk/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebecca.schiller/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/schillerrrrr Join the Do Good and Do Well community: Facebook Instagram Twitter Edited by Ryan Nile for Pure Creation Media https://www.instagram.com/purecreationmedia/
SIM Ep 364 Chops 157: Rebecca Schiller on Birthrights in the time of Corona
Standard Issue Podcast
The coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on the NHS and among users of the healthcare system, including pregnant women. Currently up the duff, our Jen caught up with Rebecca Schiller co-founder and trustee of Birthrights, and author of the very excellent book Your No Guilt Pregnancy Plan: A Revolutionary Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and the Weeks That Follow. They chatted about what Birthrights is doing to help provide advice to, and advocate for pregnant women, what impact coronavirus is having on antenatal and postnatal services, and how to navigate these very anxious times if you're expecting.You can find more information and advice on the Birthrights website: https://www.birthrights.org.uk/ Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/standardissuespodcast.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
6. Doula and author Rebecca Schiller on asking for help
Doula and author Rebecca Schiller founded the human rights charity Birthrights and wrote the book Your No-Guilt Pregnancy Plan. In this episode, Rebecca revels why she quit her job to become a doula, and why she’s passionate about reminding new mothers that they still matter, and that if they’re struggling, it’s ok to ask for help. Rebecca explains how a doula can support women in the postnatal period, and how much you can expect to pay. She lists some fantastic resources, so please check the links below. She also discusses where to seek help if you feel that your hospital failed you during the birth, or if you need birth trauma support services. She highlights how important it is to say to a postnatal mother “how are you?” and, crucially, to then listen to the answer! As we always say, if you’re not satisfied with your GP, midwife or health visitor, keep going back until you meet someone that will listen to you.Follow us on Instagram: @postnatalfaqFollow Abby on Twitter @abbyhollick Links:NHS postnatal support link - https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/services-support-for-parents/Rebecca’s website - https://www.rebeccaschiller.co.ukBirth Rights - http://www.birthrights.org.ukDoula UK - https://doula.org.ukNCT Helpline - https://www.nct.org.uk/about-us/contact-usSamaritans - https://www.samaritans.orgCry-sis - https://www.cry-sis.org.ukMake Birth Better - https://www.makebirthbetter.orgYour No-Guilt Pregnancy Plan - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Your-Guilt-Pregnancy-Plan-revolutionary/dp/0241315808
If you’re pregnant, this week’s podcast will be invaluable to you – my guest is Rebecca Schiller, a mum of two and doula who is also chief executive of Birthrights, the human rights childbirth charity. Rebecca’s latest book, Your No Guilt Pregnancy Plan, is a fantastic non-nonsense guide through pregnancy, delivering the facts you need and helping you navigate the journey.I chat to Rebecca about the book but also about her work as a doula, supporting women through the pregnancy and birth process, her views on alcohol during pregnancy, what a birth partner can do during labour and lots more.You can check out Rebecca’s book here, follow her on Twitter and find out more about Birthrights.Music: Epidemic SoundSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Episode 97: Birth Rights Special with Rebecca Schiller
The Scummy Mummies Podcast
What is a doula? Why do birth rights matter? And how would Ellie guide someone through a difficult labour with the help of a Pepperami? All these questions are answered in this episode, with special guest Rebecca Schiller. She's the author of the excellent book Why Human Rights in Childbirth Matter, which is out now. We discuss the issue of birth rights around the world, including why it's so hard to have a home birth in Australia, and the difficulties facing migrant women in the UK. Ellie and Helen share their experiences of labour, and make Rebecca pretend she's on Dragons' Den while doing terrible impressions of Duncan Bannatyne and Peter Jones. To find out more about Rebecca's charity, visit birthrights.org.uk. She's on Twitter @hackneydoula and Instagram as @rebecca.schiller. The Scummy Mummies book is OUT NOW! We hope you like it, and if you do, we'd love an Amazon review! SEE US LIVE We're performing at Brighton Komedia on 28 June, with plenty of other dates planned around the country. To buy tickets, and for more dates, visit ScummyMummies.com. We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. Please send your confessions to firstname.lastname@example.org and visit us at ScummyMummies.com. If you like the podcast, please tell your friends! Thank you for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.