Dr Doireann O'Leary - Pursue Your Passions to Realize Your Best Possible Future Self
In The Doctor's Chair
Dr. Doireann O’Leary is a practicing medical doctor, health advocate, blogger, and social media influencer. She is passionate about health education and empowering her patients and social media followers to look after their health and wellbeing. Dr. O’Leary has overcome many adversities in her life and her story is an inspiration to others. Her medical practice is based in Co. Cork, Ireland. Today, Dr. O’Leary joins me to share her story. She shares why she decided to become a doctor and why she loves it. She speaks about the experience of losing her big sister and the effect the event had on her life. We discuss her cervical cancer diagnosis and how it has helped her to grow and instilled a strong sense of gratitude in her. We talk about the importance of having a support system of friends and family around you, as well as why you need to make time for them. She also talks about the importance of following your passions while simultaneously recognizing their tendency to change. “You never feel bad after a walk.” - Dr. Doireann O’Leary This week on In the Doctor’s Chair The power of gratitude Being a doctor vs. studying medicine Why Dr. O’Leary loves being a doctor The growth that comes from challenging times Balanced grit and determination The importance of going with your gut Connect with Dr. O’Leary O'Leary's Instagram In the Doctor’s Chair Thanks for listening to In the Doctor’s Chair, the show where you’ll hear conversations that share life lessons, health habits, and leadership practices that focus on positive psychology, lifestyle medicine, and ways for you to live with more vitality. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a comment wherever you listen to your podcasts. For more resources to help you to live with more vitality, please visit my website. Apple Podcasts I TuneIn I Google Play I Stitcher I Spotify
I wanted to start this podcast series with a conversation about our general wellbeing. Dr Doireann O'Leary joins me as I ask her all of those questions we forget to ask our GP. We talk about diet, blood work, vitiman D, what we need to do NOW in order to protect ourselves against covid and the flu this winter. We also discuss checking yourself, mental health, mens health, children's health and how important it is to open up to your GP about anything that's bothering you. This podcast is proudly sponsored by Emma. For a limited time, listeners of The Good Glow Health podcast can save a massive 42% on orders placed through https://www.emma-mattress.ie/podcast/. Listeners from the UK can head to emma-mattress.co.uk/podcast to access your exclusive discount If you enjoy this podcast please rate and review.
CervicalCheck campaigner Ruth Morrissey has died at the age of 39. Her death comes two years after she gave evidence in the High Court in her action against the HSE and two laboratories over the misreading of her cervical smear tests. Dr Doireann discusses the importance of smear tests and cervical health.
Today we are joined by a front-liner and someone who has taken the bar and raised it in terms of pushing trusted medical advice out to the general public. Dr Doireann O'Leary is a GP working in Cork's largest general practice - My Cork GP. As well as working as a GP during this crisis, Dr Doireann uses her Instagram account with over 155,000 followers as a method to push out sound advice surrounding Covid 19. She is truly an inspiration and if you are not already following her, I would now. Married to Peter, a surgeon, Doireann promotes healthy living and also dabbles in her love of fashion via her page. A regular on Newstalk and many other publications across Ireland, it's my great pleasure to now speak to Dr Doireann O'Leary. Shut The Front Door is produced by @venturamarketing.ie | www.venturaMarketing.ie.Email the podcast: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Good Glow podcast will hear how Georgie Crawford put her life back together after a breast cancer diagnosis that changed her perspective on everything. Georgie feels there is a need for people to have more in depth conversations about our health and well being in order to drive awareness of self care. This week, Georgie speaks to Dr Doireann O'Leary. She speaks about her cancer diagnosis and how she managed to come through the toughest time of her life.