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The Gurls Talk Podcast
Your regular source of fierce female chat. Hosted by Adwoa Aboah and featuring different guests, as they talk, share, listen and take control of their lives.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 648 ratings
Insightful and inspiring
The diversity in topics and people that Adwoa has on this podcast is incredible. I’ve learnt so much about so many amazing people and professions that I’d never have known before this. The conversation always feels so relatable and I’m so thankful for that. Keep it up you wonderful human x
jodiewww via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/30/19
Thank you
Adwoa, I am proud to be a cousin, and to know that your consistently give back to young people who suffer in silence. Your series on mental health came at a time when I was in the darkest days of depression. Where there are people talking about these issues, there is Hope. -Kwadwo, B.
Kojo.B via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/31/19
Love it - thank you
Like a warm hug from a friend, the look your mum gives you from the other room and the pat on the back from a person who cares: This podcast makes me curious, more caring with myself and makes me feel strong(er) on my walk to work in the morning x
PollyPalmer via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/30/19
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