I find this podcast sooo interesting. Lisa is hilarious. The wolf hair had me crying 😂
josh.23 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/18/20
Amazing, inspirational, heartbreaking, heartwarming, sad, raw, intense, comedy gold... words only touch the surface to describe this podcast and your story. Rosie you are a brilliant story teller and a survivor if ever there was one. Only those that have experienced childhood trauma can...Read full review »
Punchy2232 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/04/20
I loved getting even more depth to what was already a great book! You both covered so many challenging and complex issues with honesty and humour. Your dynamic was so interesting to listen to. Thanks for sharing so much through what was clearly a difficult process for you both
KarinaG22 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/03/20
This show is so fabulous, please make another one with your second book Rosie! Such a huge insight into Rosie’s funny, quirky and inspiring life.
Aislinn Naughton via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/09/20
To be so up close and personal to childhood trauma is incredibly generous of Rosie and her mother. All the topics, poverty, drug addiction, bullying, the foster system, domestic violence and remarkably humor and it’s uses after trauma. A brilliantly crafted podcast.
Emma B S via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/05/20
Loved this. You’re an amazing story teller Rosie, so easy to listen to. I found my self laughing, crying & wanting to listen more. Thankyou for educating me about money as a concept rather than it being physical. HAHA. I wish you ,your sisters & your Mum all the best. Hopefully your...Read full review »
Bec abroad via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/04/20
I fully binged this - could not stop listening. Hopefully Rosie does some more binge worthy stuff!
Purplefishie via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/11/20
The best podcast I have ever listened to! Looking forward to season two!
nadia alfred via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/23/20
I hadn’t read Rosie’s book before listening and was horrified by some of the content. And even more baffled by the way Lisa laughed about and minimised what had happened. Could not stop listening
Ali Fritz via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/26/20
Completely binged it, related to so much of it! Loved the format of reading the chapter & then discussing it with mum. Can’t wait for the next one 👍🏻😊
Kittysikk via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/25/20
This podcast is by far my favourite I have ever come across, both of you should be so proud how far you have come, it’s so raw and so truthful and just a great podcast all round! You go girls 👏🏽
nik.kor via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/22/20
Rosie is wonderful and the stories told are raw, open, honest, sad and funny. The big ‘if ’ for me is that I found myself increasingly angry and frustrated at her mum’s comments as she comes across as lacking self awareness and in denial for all the damage she did in the past. I have a lot of...Read full review »
lunalunera2020 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/11/20
Loving the podcast. Thank you for being so Raw and open and sharing your childhood it must be very difficult and draining to talk so openly about this. I only just stared following you and you’re a great story teller. To the people only giving one star because you don’t like the way her mother...Read full review »
sskate217 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/07/20
I loved this podcast. It’s a fantastic premise and it comes together really well. The conversations Lisa and Rosie have really interesting and I loved hearing their stories. Hearing how their relationship is now really makes me happy too.
ralorlob via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/28/20
Awesome podcast, maybe you could go on from here and keep telling stories about your life currently. You are a great storyteller :)
liztv via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/23/20
Have binged this, love it. Lisa is brilliant, I love her and I think yeah ... how hard must it be to hear these stories told back. What shines through for me is the pride she has in her daughter, I really think their relationship now is awesome. I struggle with Rosie’s arrogance sometimes. I...Read full review »
crabatha via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/19/19
It was really cool listening to Rosie read her memoir and then discuss it with her mum and see their different perspectives. Truly heartbreaking story though
MelChamp73 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/06/19
This podcast is one of my fave’s & thank you both for being so honest & raw. Your story is similar to my own except my birth giver would never be brave enough to face up to this as Lisa has. Hence, she does not deserve being called “Mum”. Despite all you have both been through, you still...Read full review »
Axiom777 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/03/19
Rosie you are an inspiration, I loved your podcast, and your mum she ended up been my hero too. Smile sweet girl , you radiate warmth inside and out. I can not wait for the next podcast.
MrSquidman via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/25/19
What a warm, funny, heartbreaking, devastating and intense podcast. Thanks for sharing this Rosie, you are giving the voice to so many people who don’t have one.
Shezlouise via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/18/19
I’m enjoying the podcast so far. Some people here criticise the mother for not owning up to things but even amongst the sober, no two memories are ever the same. Her reality is likely different to the actual reality but it’s still her reality. And in some cases maybe Rosie’s recollection wasn’t...Read full review »
Cooops via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/05/19
One of the best podcasts I’ve listened to.
kruzhi via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/19
Initially I really got into this podcast but 9 episodes in I realised that after your describing these awful moments from your childhood not once did your mother ever apologise or really acknowledge that any of this occurred. She offered up only denials, arguments about wording semantics, and...Read full review »
Byngdnfghvf via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/27/19
Listening to a mother in denial of what she did to her daughter and the ongoing effects is very difficult.
LDV2107 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/23/19
This podcast was well done. The writing and discussion was clever, well organized, and easy to get lost in the story. Sometimes it was difficult to listen to because the story is real and raw. Rosie did a wonderful job of presenting humanity in all its forms for better or worse.
dillpklcashew via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/18/19
Rosie love you baby girl!!! You are a survivor!!! Your mother is identical to a friend of mine that continually argues with her daughters about the past and refuses to accept their view of what happened. Children definitely clearly remember things that have impacted on them emotionally much more...Read full review »
bhaiteeo via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/21/19
Love this podcast. Haven’t read the book. Was so addicted however Rosie’s ads for channel sevens super switch at the beginning, middle and end of every episode make me like ridiculously, irrationally angry LOL. The forced movie/drama voice, the obvious forced to advertise feel and the SAME AD...Read full review »
Coolasmungbeans via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/17/19
She definitely had a less than perfect childhood but it’s clear that there are a lot of things in there for dramatic effect. Also... very annoying voice.
Takwachi via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/17/19
This is one of the best podcasts I have ever heard!!!!
gospelactivist♥️ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/11/19
I love listening and love the connect I feel like I have with you and your mother.
HaYDyN7 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/06/19
Caseynash via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/25/19
So raw. Made me travel back to my childhood and upbringing. I laughed, I cried.. couldn’t stop listening
kylie76! via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/14/19
Loved this podcast, I couldn’t stop listening! Highly recommend
ellealex13 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/08/19
So raw and real and brave. Thanks Rosie and Lisa. But especially thanks to Rosie - true water lily.
thenesss via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/07/19
Thank you Rose & Lisa for such an engaging and honest chat to listen to. I could not stop listening until it finish. Loved it xoxo
shellyshoe via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/14/19
You have such amazing resolve. You’ve done amazing to get where you are after all the stuff you went through at school. Listening to that part really resonated with me. My high school career was horrible until I reached year 12 and stopped doing everything for everyone else & finally started...Read full review »
KittKatTiff via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/11/19
Best podcast (aside from my true crime addiction 🥴) I’ve listened to in a long time. Both Lisa and Rosie are honest, real and fabulous.
Marnieac via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/10/19
Poignant, sad, funny & real. I hated those bullies, I hated the diet “experts”, how dare they. The power of family, love & forgiveness. Kudos Rosie & Lisa.
Desertkungka via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/29/19
I was looking for something different to listening to investigative crime podcast’s where I was intrigued and horrified at murder, rape and missing people never turning up. Now I smile and piss myself (literally) when I’m driving to work. It feel so good to laugh. Being a parent is so hard and...Read full review »
daisy78 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/29/19
I listened to this podcast while out work over the last two days while trying to Hold back the tears while listening to an incredible strong women tell her story. Thank you so much for sharing
millicentb123 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/29/19
Rosie is such an inspirational woman. Her ability to find so much humor in what seems to have been a very tumultuous upbringing is amazing.
ABC_makes_3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/29/19
This mom is just awful. She takes no responsibility for the terrible things she did to her children. As a mom, if my daughter were Rosie, I would be just heartbroken.
pcknUpwht via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/22/19
Loved this book and podcast. Such an incredibly difficult and interesting life told in such a hilarious and at times poignant way. Mummy’s rejection of Rosie’s perception of events was hard at times to listen to yet understandable. It must be horrendous to hear how ones behaviour has shaped her...Read full review »
Cakesy74 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/19/19
Just started to listen , I’m finding it very hard to take your mum seriously or believe her side of the story. she sounds like a drunk Dave Hughes.
Stoklee via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/14/19
I laughed and cried listening to this podcast. Really felt like I was on the journey with you. You are an inspirational woman Rosie!!
aumz345 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/04/19
Truthfully I was looking for story telling, interview podcasts to hopefully be a guest on to promote my podcast, “ If it’s not 1 thing it’s your Mother.” I came across this gem and hours of the time that I should have spent on marketing was eaten up by this mother daughter podcast. I will tell...Read full review »
Dang Fine Mom via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/30/19
I loved this podcast. Rosie, wow, one talented girl. I couldn’t stop listening
Too many nicknames 101 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/21/19
Loving this as loved your book, I’ve seen a few harsh comments about Lisa and from what I take from it is she was just trying desperately to keep a roof over her children’s heads whilst battling her own demons... don’t be so harsh if you have not walked her path ☮️
lisa as well via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/19/18
I have only listened up to episode 14 so far and all I can say is I don’t want it to end. So many topics touched on. Although Rosie is a comedian she has almost had me in tears and not from laughing. I think Rosie and her mum work really well together. And it was nice to hear her Mum reflect on...Read full review »
lozzyt83 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/16/18
Such a clever way to share this story
emily.colour via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/05/18
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