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The Calmer You Podcast

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Helping people with anxiety to become calmer, happier and more confident

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Helping people with anxiety to become calmer, happier and more confident

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These podcasts are the TRUTH

By Bethany Frink - Jun 17 2019
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I’m a HUGE fan of these podcasts!! They’ve literally saved my life. I’ve listened to almost all of them at least twice! I love how Chloe brings in science to help explain anxiety. Chloe has such a calming and relaxing voice. Her podcasts always teach me something new and make me feel better about life in general. Love love love these 😍 I recommend A Calmer You to all my friends!

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By Leeann_C - Nov 21 2018
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I’ve always been anxious, and it fluctuates. Chloe addresses different facets of anxiety and makes them very relatable. She also gives great strategies to work to improve and overcome anxiety-related problems (overthinking, etc.). Her voice is super calming and she’s a pleasure to listen to on my early morning work commute!

iTunes Ratings

33 Ratings
Average Ratings
29
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0
3
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These podcasts are the TRUTH

By Bethany Frink - Jun 17 2019
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I’m a HUGE fan of these podcasts!! They’ve literally saved my life. I’ve listened to almost all of them at least twice! I love how Chloe brings in science to help explain anxiety. Chloe has such a calming and relaxing voice. Her podcasts always teach me something new and make me feel better about life in general. Love love love these 😍 I recommend A Calmer You to all my friends!

Great help!

By Leeann_C - Nov 21 2018
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I’ve always been anxious, and it fluctuates. Chloe addresses different facets of anxiety and makes them very relatable. She also gives great strategies to work to improve and overcome anxiety-related problems (overthinking, etc.). Her voice is super calming and she’s a pleasure to listen to on my early morning work commute!
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The Calmer You Podcast

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Helping people with anxiety to become calmer, happier and more confident

Rank #1: Ep. 1 – How to Love Yourself

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Welcome to the first episode of the Calmer You Podcast. In this episode I talk about:

  • The difference between self love and arrogance
  • The main reasons we don’t love ourselves
  • Some practical steps towards loving yourself more

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast’ in the podcast app or in Itunes to get the latest episodes.

Thanks so much for listening!

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Dec 28 2017
28 mins
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Rank #2: Ep 68. Burning out? Here’s how to Press Pause with Danielle North

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Danielle North is an Author and founder of Pause – retreats, workshops and coaching for busy people on the brink of burnout.

We discuss:

-What is burnout?
-Signs that you need to slow down 
-What gets in the way of us slowing down
-Simple, practical ways to pause and bring more presence into our lives

Find out more about Danielle and her work:
https://www.instagram.com/lifebydanielle/

Http://www.lifebydanielle.com/retreats/

Don’t forget to grab your FREE anxiety-busting tool kit at www.calmer-you.com/free and you’ll also be the first to hear about the latest news, freebies and podcasts.

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast‘ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review

Thanks so much for listening!

The Calmer You Podcast is available on the Podbean app

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Aug 12 2019
43 mins
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Rank #3: Ep 25. The Power of The Subconscious Mind (+ a free hypnotherapy session)

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This week I talk about how your subconscious mind could be at the root of all your problems and how to start to make powerful changes to your subconscious. Plus I bust a few myths about hypnotherapy and at the end I have a FREE hypnotherapy session which you can listen to.

Get the details of the online programme for anxiety which is only open from 10th-16th September 2018 at www.calmer-you.com/Programme

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast‘ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review

Thanks so much for listening!

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Sep 10 2018
32 mins
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Rank #4: Ep 46. The Transformational Power of Breath for Anxiety and Depression with Rebecca Dennis

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This week, I speak to Rebecca Dennis, coach, author of ‘And Breathe’. She is a coach, a transformational breath work teacher and workshop leader.

I recently went to one of her classes to experience it first hand and discover the power of breath-work. It was an INCREDIBLE experience and I share all in this episode while getting all the details of how it works and why it’s so powerful from Rebecca.

We discuss:

-What is breath work and why is it so powerful?
-Are many of us breathing incorrectly?
-Breath-work for anxiety and depression
-How can it help to process trauma
-Plus – I share my story of coming full circle with panic attacks. 

Find out more about Rebecca:
https://www.breathingtree.co.uk/
https://www.instagram.com/breathing.tree/

Don’t forget to grab your FREE anxiety-busting tool kit at www.calmer-you.com/free and you’ll also be the first to hear about the latest news, freebies and podcasts.


Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast’ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review


Thanks so much for listening!

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Feb 24 2019
40 mins
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Rank #5: Ep 37. A quick daily practise for self love and positivity

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A quick daily practise for more self love and positivity (especially on cold winter mornings!)

I know what it’s like to wake up with a torrent of anxiety and negative thoughts – so I created this easy daily habit to help you to have a great day.

This is a short and sweet (but hopefully potent) episode – let me know if you like this format!

Don’t forget to grab your FREE guided relaxation MP3 at www.calmer-you.com/free and you’ll also be the first to hear about the latest news, freebies and podcasts.

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast‘ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review

Thanks so much for listening!

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Dec 10 2018
13 mins
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Rank #6: Ep 67. Using your Voice and Speaking your Message with Adria DeCorte

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Adria DeCorte, M.S., is a Message Clarity Coach, helping women leaders tap into the message that moves them then clearly & courageously share it so they can call in their people and their next level of impact. She is a TEDx speaker, creator of the Messenger Archetypes Quiz, host of the Unforgettable Podcast, and leads quarterly Messenger Masterminds. Her expert advice has been featured on the Huffington Post, the Fox Morning News Las Vegas, and over 40 interviews. When she’s not writing on her laptop in a local coffeeshop, she can be found hiking outside of Las Vegas with her guy and their puppy-child Lexi the doberman. 

We discuss:

-What keeps us from using our voices

-Why you don’t have to be naturally confident to do a TED Talk

-How to stop worrying about what people think from speaking up about what matters to you.

-What to do when you’re scared to speak up

Take the Messenger Archetypes Quiz https://adriadecorte.com/quiz/

Listen to Adria’s Podcast ‘The Unforgettable Podcast’

Don’t forget to grab your FREE anxiety-busting tool kit at www.calmer-you.com/free and you’ll also be the first to hear about the latest news, freebies and podcasts.


Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast’ in the podcast app in iTunes or on Spotify to get the latest episodes straight to your phone. 
Thanks so much for listening!

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Aug 05 2019
44 mins
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Rank #7: Ep 2. Perfectionism and Fear of Failure

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Even if you don’t consider yourself a perfectionist (your messy desk is a dead giveaway) I think there will still be LOADS that you’ll relate to in this episode. In this episode I talk about:

  • My experiences with perfectionism
  • Why we become perfectionists
  • How to overcome it
  • Why we’re so afraid of failing
  • How to stop a fear of failure from holding you back

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast’ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes.

Thanks so much for listening!

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Dec 29 2017
29 mins
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Rank #8: Ep 20. Lives, Careers and Relationships You Love with Project Love

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This week I spoke to Vicki and Selina from Project Love-a coaching duo on a mission:
to help busy women create lives, careers and relationships they love. We have such a rich and interesting conversation on everything from:

-Finding romance in the modern world

-How to design a life you adore

-Making new friends

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-How to find a career you love

Find out about Project Love and their courses and events https://loveprojectlove.com/

https://www.instagram.com/loveprojectlove/

Project Love Podcast

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Jun 25 2018
51 mins
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Rank #9: Ep 57. How to be a Brave New You + grow your confidence

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This is a solo episode where I’m sharing about how to grow your confidence and courage. I’m also inviting you to join me in a challenge and I’d love to hear how you get on!

Don’t forget to grab your FREE anxiety-busting tool kit at www.calmer-you.com/free and you’ll also be the first to hear about the latest news, freebies and podcasts.


Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast’ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review


Thanks so much for listening!

Transcript:

Hello and welcome to The Calmer You podcast. This is your host Chloe Brotheridge I am a coach and a hypnotherapist and I’m the author of The Anxiety Solution and Brave New Girl which is out now. Thank you so much for listening today this is a solo episode on a Brave New Girl edition of the podcast. So, I’m going to be talking about confidence which is a topic of my new book Brave New Girl and I’m going to talk about how confidence isn’t necessarily all it seems.

I’m going to be sharing some really simple ways to grow your confidence and I’m also going to be inviting you to join me in a challenge. I’ve already had loads of people joining and it’s been so, so interesting to hear from you all so I’m really excited to share this with more people. As always I’m going to invite you to come over to calmeryou.com/free and grab your free anxiety busting tool kit if you haven’t already. I’ve got amazing resources in there from worksheets to hypnotherapy Mp3’s to affirmations, to access to our online community to get support from other people who are experiencing the same things as you.

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So, we look at people like Adele and we assume that because she’s so amazing at what she does that she must be super confident but the truth is that Adele has been known to get so nervous before her performances that she actually throws up. We look at people like Mel Robbins. You might know Mel Robbins, her book that is most famous is called the 5 Second Rule and she did a TED talk in 2011 and during her TED talk she comes across as totally together, calm, confident and collected and yet she talks about how the reality was that during that TED talk she was having a panic attack the whole time.

Even people like Michelle Obama and Meryl Streep have spoken about imposter syndrome and how they doubt themselves and how they sometimes they don’t feel good enough and so it’s so easy to look at other people who appear to have it all together, who appear to have everything figured out and we assume that they do have it together and they’ve got it all figured out and that somehow they were just born confident and that it’s actually just easy for them, it comes naturally for them and we could never do that we’re not good enough for that.

We struggle, we doubt ourselves, we don’t feel confident, we get scared and so we can never do you know the things that we really want to do. It means we don’t put ourselves out there, speak up or share our art and so this is just one of the ways that we really hold ourselves back. When we peel below the surface of people that appear really confident we learn actually what looks like confidence is often courage.

Part of what I’m inviting you to do is to really just question this idea that you need to be confident before you do the things you want to do. Because lots of people are feeling afraid, doubting themselves, questioning their abilities and they’re still putting themselves out there and you wouldn’t necessarily know that they were not confident unless you asked them or they came out about that.

So what if we just gave ourselves permission to be afraid but to take action anyway. What if doubting yourself was completely normal and not a sign that you’re not good enough and not a sign that you should not put yourself forward for things… but actually just a normal side effect of being a human being? What if fear was actually an invitation for you to walk towards that? What if imposter syndrome was not a sign that you are not good enough or a fraud but actually just a sign that you are doing something that is outside of your comfort zone, your doing something new, you’re expanding your horizons, your expanding what’s possible for you and your learning and growing and stretching.

What more we could give ourselves permission to do. And if we could say no more if we had the confidence to say no, if we have the confidence to ask for what we wanted and to do all the things that we dream of doing – what would we be capable of and how much are we missing out on by holding ourselves back. Just think about this how much time, how much energy, how much money are we missing out on because we don’t feel that we’re able not to do and say what we really want and we’re held back by fears.

Now, someone told me quite recently at a women’s event where we were all talking about shame and it’s one of these situations like a women’s circle where we’re all in a circle and you had to take it in turns to speak and to share something. Obviously shame is a topic where it’s not that easy to talk about it’s actually quite scary and it feels very vulnerable and the teacher said ‘If your heart is racing that means it’s your turn to speak’. This really stayed with me because when we have anxiety or we experience a lot of fear we often take our racing heart as a sign to run away, to stay quiet, to avoid and of course that’s completely natural because the fear makes us want to avoid things – biologically it’s helping us to run away or fight or the unpleasantness of experiencing that anxiety or fear means that we intrinsically want to avoid it but what if that racing heart was actually your invitation, your cue to speak, to walk towards that thing that you’re afraid of?

I’ve often found in moments where I’m experiencing fear about whether to take action on something or not that there is a real moment where a choice emerges where I can either walk towards something or I can walk away and it might be for you a moment in a talk where you get the opportunity to ask a question and there’s that moment where you could put your hand up and ask the question or you could just stay quiet. It might be that moment where you spot someone in a room that you really want to introduce yourself to and you have that moment your heart starts to race and you think I could go over and introduce myself or I could just stay here and stay safe and that moment when your heart starts to race? That’s your cue to go and take that action. That’s the que to go and do the thing that means you are walking towards your fear and that’s really one thing that I’ve learned through managing my anxiety and helping lots of other people and it’s the fear shrinks when we walk towards it and actually fear tends to grow when we run away from it.

When we avoid situations for me I avoided parties, I never would go to a networking event. I was really intimidated by anyone new and the more I avoided that the more scary those sorts of situations became and it was only by challenging myself and walking towards the fear that it started to reduce and so what happens when we walk towards our fear is that our nervous system learns that we can survive that situation so little by little as I started to really challenge myself, push myself out of my comfort zone, forced myself to speak to people, force myself to speak in public, introduce myself to people all those sorts of things and my nervous system learned ‘oh I don’t actually die’ in this situation I do actually survive and better yet quite often good things come of that and you start to retrain your nervous system, your brain, your body learns it’s actually safe for you to do the things that in the past scared you and frightened you.

I had this experience recently I was in America on holiday having a road trip with a good friend of mine and we were driving I think we’re in Virginia one of these states around that part of the country on the East Coast and we were in a Mexican restaurant and we just had dinner and we had just settled up the bill were about to leave and suddenly you know one of the waiters comes on to a microphone and announces that Friday night is karaoke night. As soon as he said that my heart started to pound in my chest and I literally started shaking my hands are shaking as I was holding the bill that we just paid and because I’ve just written this book Brave New Girl, I had pretty much no option but to take that as a sign! This is a sign that this is my turn to go and do karaoke.

But just giving you a bit of a background I might have shared this on Instagram before but for years I’ve had a massive block about singing. I used to love singing as a child, as a teenager I would sing all the time and then I got slightly traumatized by my first boyfriend when I was I think about fifteen and I was singing and playing guitar in front of him and he said something to me like ‘you think you’re so good at singing guitar but you’re really not’ and this really stayed in me and I basically didn’t sing in front of anyone for about fifteen years after that.

I’m a sensitive person and this hit me hard and that sense of criticism I just didn’t forget. It was only a couple of years ago that I finally got over this fear of singing in front of people and to do something like singing karaoke in front of a load of strangers felt very scary! I don’t drink alcohol so I couldn’t even have some Dutch courage. I found myself literally shaking as I held the microphone belting out a bit of Adele in front of out thirty people in this random Mexican restaurant in Virginia in the United States.

I had this big, big sense of achievement afterwards because I knew that I’d walked towards my fear I hadn’t run away and I’d taken that racing heart as a sign that actually this is a chance for me to overcome my fear here. This is a chance for me to grow my confidence and it’s really interesting how when we walk towards our fear when we do something that is outside of our comfort zone, that is a challenge it makes us feel good. We feel good about ourselves, we feel resilient, we feel capable, we learn to trust ourselves and this is why I’m inviting you to join me in the Brave New Girl challenge and already lots of people have been posting on Instagram and tagging the hash tag brave new girl and also sending me just direct messages if they don’t feel like sharing it publicly to share about the small ways that they’ve been challenging themselves.

So, some examples I’ve had was someone who went to the cinema on their own, another person asked a friend on Instagram someone that they were kind of friends with on Instagram but they hadn’t met in real life that they wanted to meet up in real life and they had a really nice day together.

Someone else took some steps to change their career, some scary steps in that direction and it’s just amazing and it’s really interesting how we just get ourselves into this mindset of ‘right I’m a brave new girl’ or a ‘brave new boy’ or however you identify ‘brave new you’ and having this mindset of ‘right, I’m going to challenge myself’. I’m in this mode of challenging myself just means that you’re giving the extra push to do those things that you might not normally do and honestly this is how we grow our confidence, this is how we become more resilient, more capable, this is how we expand our horizons and expand what is possible for us and start to discover what our potential is.

So, if I can go from completely paralyzed and able to sing in front of anyone to belting out Adele in front of a load of strangers then I think you can do this as well and so I really hope you’ll join me. You can tag me on Instagram @ChloeBrotheridge hash tag brave new girl or just send me a D.M. and I would love to celebrate your challenges and the action that you’re taking to grow your confidence. So, thank you so much for listening to this today I really hope you got something from this. Let me know on Instagram on @ChloeBrotheridge and if you enjoy this episode it means such a lot if you can take the time to leave a review on Itunes or in the podcast app. It really helps other people to find it and do share it with a friend if you think they would like it as well and you can check out my book Brave New Girl: 7 Steps of confidence in all the bookshops on Amazon and in Audible, read by me. I hope you have a brilliant week and I’m sending you loads of love.

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May 12 2019
14 mins
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Rank #10: Ep 29. Early Childhood Trauma and Anxiety with Jane Evans

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Jane Evans has worked with children and families for 25 years. She is an internationally renowned childhood anxiety and parenting coach, an inspirational speaker on early childhood trauma, best-selling author and an in-demand media expert.

We discuss:

-What is trauma?

-What can we do about our own trauma or our childrens trauma?

– Jane shares her amazing  ‘baby arms’ technique

– How we can use our bodies to beat anxiety

Jane’s website www.thejaneevans.com

Find Jane on Instagram janeparenting2

Don’t forget to grab your FREE guided relaxation MP3 at www.calmer-you.com/free

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast‘ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review

Thanks so much for listening!

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Oct 08 2018
49 mins
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Rank #11: Ep 12. Is Shame the Root of Anxiety and Depression?

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Shame is a root cause of so much of our mental distress. In this episode I share:

– A LOT of my own story around shame

– Why we experience shame and what it is

– How you can start to overcome it

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast’ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review

Don’t forget to grab your FREE guided relaxation MP3 at www.calmer-you.com/free

Thanks so much for listening!

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Apr 03 2018
26 mins
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Rank #12: Ep 30. Breakup with Stress and Connect with Confidence with Amy Rushworth

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Amy Rushworth (aka Wellness With Amy) is Life Coach, Health Coach and one of the UK’s leading wellness speakers. She merges coaching, integrative nutrition and psychology to help women uncover the deep roots of their well-being issues and ditch the self-doubt and habits that hold them back.
– Her experience with anxiety and how she overcame it,

– Why we struggle with confidence and practical steps to becoming more confident

– Why the wound is where the light enters you
Find Amy on Instagram @wellnesswithamy Amy’s website https://www.wellnesswithamy.com/
Don’t forget to grab your FREE guided relaxation MP3 at www.calmer-you.com/free

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast‘ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review

Thanks so much for listening!

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Oct 15 2018
52 mins
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Rank #13: Ep 39. Food and Mental Health with Kimberley Wilson

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Kimberley Wilson is a Chartered Psychologist with a post-graduate diploma in Nutrition.

We discuss:

-How your body effects your mental health

-The link between diet and depression

-Why serotonin is so important

-Inflammation and mental health

-Plus Kimberly shares her best advice for a calmer mind

Find out more about Kimberly at www.monumentalhealth.co.uk

Find her on Instagram here

Don’t forget to grab your FREE guided relaxation MP3 at www.calmer-you.com/free and you’ll also be the first to hear about the latest news, freebies and podcasts.

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast‘ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review   Thanks so much for listening!

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Jan 08 2019
45 mins
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Rank #14: Ep 42. Escaping the Myth of the Perfect Life with Professor Paul Dolan

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In ‘Happy Ever After: Escaping the Myth of the Perfect Life’ bestselling happiness expert Professor Paul Dolan draws on a variety of studies covering issues such as wellbeing, inequality and discrimination to bust the common myths about our sources of happiness. He shows that there can be many unexpected paths to lasting fulfilment. Some of these might involve not going into higher education, choosing not to marry, rewarding acts rooted in self-interest and caring a little less about living for ever.

By freeing ourselves from the myth of the perfect life, we might each find a life worth living.

We discuss:

-Does money make us happy?

-What’s the link between happiness and success

-Why you might be better off choosing to be single

-The benefits of being child-free

https://pauldolan.co.uk/ Buy Happy Ever After on Amazon
Don’t forget to grab your FREE anxiety-busting tool kit at www.calmer-you.com/free and you’ll also be the first to hear about the latest news, freebies and podcasts.

Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast’ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review

Thanks so much for listening!

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Jan 28 2019
45 mins
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Rank #15: Ep 48. The Sisterhood, anxiety + being a grown up with Daisy Buchanan

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Daisy Buchanan is an award winning journalist and the author of the critically acclaimed book How To Be A Grown Up and her brilliant new book The Sisterhood. Daisy is smart and hilarious and I have stalked her on Twitter for a number of years so it was amazing to speak to her for this interview.

We discuss:
-The problem of comparison and how to manage it
-Redefining success
-What Daisy learned as Grazia’s agony aunt
-Daisy shares about her own mental health and how she manages it

Find Daisy on Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/thedaisybee/

Don’t forget to grab your FREE anxiety-busting tool kit at www.calmer-you.com/free and you’ll also be the first to hear about the latest news, freebies and podcasts.


Please subscribe to ‘The Calmer you Podcast’ in the podcast app or in iTunes to get the latest episodes and please leave me a review
Thanks so much for listening!

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Mar 10 2019
1 hour 11 mins
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Rank #16: Ep 5. PMS, Hormones + Anxiety

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This was a requested topic and it’s just for the women today, sorry fellas. Hormones and anxiety are often linked so in this podcast I talk about:

– Some embarassing personal struggles!
– Why our hormones can make us anxious
– What you can do to maange your hormones and calm premenstrual anxiety
– What I think of the pill and some evidence about the pill and anxiety

Here’s the Debrief article I mention in this episode

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Jan 23 2018
26 mins
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Rank #17: Ep 34. Autumn Anxiety Tips

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I’m doing a solo episode this week – talking about my top tips for managing anxiety and feeling good this autumn.

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Nov 12 2018
24 mins
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Rank #18: Ep 18. Meditation Made Simple with Holiday Phillips

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This week I chatted to mindfulness and meditation teacher Holiday Phillips. We talk about:

– What to do when meditation feels boring

-How to find the time when you’re busy af

-A simple way to show yourself some more love

Find Holiday here http://www.holidayphillips.com

Also check out her Youtube channel – 30 days of meditation on YouTube 

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Jun 13 2018
34 mins
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Rank #19: Ep 28. Living Alcohol Free with Motherheart

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This week I chat to my friend and amazing coach and sound therapist, Joanne Bradford.

Since it’s ‘Go Sober for October’ and I get so many messages about how anxiety is affected by alcohol, I thought this would be a great conversation to have.

We chat about:

-How alcohol negatively affects us and our anxiety

-The benefits and costs of living alcohol-free

-The surprising thing that happens when you cut out drinking

-PLUS – both Joanne and I share our own journeys with alcohol and the reasons why we’re living alcohol-free (for now)

Joanne Bradford was named a “British guru” by Marie Claire magazine and her work has featured in publications such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Grazia, Psychologies, ES and The Times Magazines. As a certified life-coach, Emotional Freedom Therapy practitioner and sound healer, she fuses these techniques for her one-to-one and group offerings. 

You can follow Joanne on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/motherheart/) for regular posts on mental wellbeing, emotional healing, sobriety and spirituality.

Find out about Joanne’s groups and 1-2-1 sessions https://www.motherheart.co/

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Oct 01 2018
1 hour 10 mins
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Rank #20: Ep 55. Confidence, fear of failure and handling criticism with Alice Liveing

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Alice Liveing is a Sunday Times bestselling author and pint-sized personal trainer, podcaster and influencer with a passion for health and fitness.

I LOVED this conversation and how open and honest Alice is – it was a great reminder that we’re all in this together, we all struggle and doubt ourselves at times and there are simple ways we

We discuss:
-Building confidence
-Fear of failure
-How to handle criticism and ‘feedback’
-Social media overwhelm 

Find Alice on Instagram here

Listen to her podcast Give Me Strength


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Apr 29 2019
45 mins
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