Wayne Power: Coping With Agoraphobia
Wayne Power didn't leave his house in Waterford, Ireland from 2005-2018 due to his Agoraphobia. Now, having overcome to dreadful illness, Wayne is pursuing a career as a broadcaster and even performs as a spoken word artist.
5 Jan 2020
Dr Mark Rowe: Coping With Christmas
This week's special Christmas episode, Tony sits down with Dr Mark Rowe to discuss different strategies to cope with the Christmas and holiday season and how to be good to yourself and get through what can traditionally be a tough time for a lot of people.
22 Dec 2019
Katey Harvey: Bionic Woman
Tony welcomes OTT Wrestling Women's Champion Katey Harvey, who speaks about her fairytale comeback to wrestling after a terrifying injury where she was left facing the prospect of not only never wrestling again but possibly only having 20% mobility left in her arms as well as her views on spreading a positive body image for women and much more.
8 Dec 2019
Sarah Ann Masse: The Harvey Weinstein Silence Breakers
Actress, Comedienne and Writer, Sarah Ann Masse joins Tony to speak about her role in "The Silence Breakers", a group of women at the front of the Me Too movement in Hollywood at the forefront of the Harvey Weinstein case. Sarah speaks in depth about her experiences, how all the women involved found each other, trauma and how the body stores it, how she was blackballed from the film industry for speaking up and so much more.
16 Feb 2020
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Rob Santos is a stand up comedian who's living with borderline personality disorder. Rob chats to Tony on this week's podcast all about the two of them breaking into the comedy world in New York City in 2009, his first few misdiagnoses, how his treatment for BPD has changed his life and his work, being a father and so much more.
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