This remarkable woman is everything The Other Side Of Perfect is about because, she’s not defined by her struggle, instead her strength. In this episode we discuss in detail, what it’s like living with EB, life outside the condition, the incredible people Emma has met on her journey, and why fundraising is so important.
Síle opens up about her journey with cancer and recovery, a marriage breakdown, miscarriage and motherhood. We talk about acceptance, non judgement, finding your true self, how negativity can be the catalyst for change, femininity and breathwork.
We chat growing a business from the kitchen table to a company of 16, dealing with grief, managing a team and lots of your frequently asked skincare questions from adult acne to anti ageing.
Over the next hour we chat about finding flow, traveling solo, the positives about being single in your 30’s and removing societal pressure. We also touch on dating apps and Tinder terrors, so grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy!
I think this conversation will really benefit those of you struggling with self doubt or if you’re looking to upgrade your career, or personal life. We discuss dealing with failure and insecurities, letting go of what others think about you and learning how to deal with, and benefit from constructive critique.
Caroline takes us on a journey from her OCD diagnosis to CBT training, and we cover mental health topics including anxiety, trauma, PTSD, relationship abuse and removing the stigma around seeking help and getting therapy.
Trisha takes us on her journey from being morbidly obese, in the depths of depression to learning to love herself enough to change her life forever. This uplifting and inspiring episode explains how someone fighting an incredibly difficult internal battle, can master that reset button, start again, and beat the bulge for good.
This episode delves into the world of being an athlete in a male dominated industry, traveling around the world without your parents from such a young age, the pros and cons of a competitive streak, proving people wrong, and dealing with negative thoughts. We also cover Laura’s journey battling and recovering from bulimia, social anxiety, being your best self, and the reality behind reality tv.
Sinead discusses curvy modelling and how, if the jeans don’t fit you just need to buy bigger jeans, packing your bag full of confidence on holidays, and loving the skin you’re in. Sinead and I also also delve into you dating questions.
In this episode we cover the importance of good hairdressing, avoiding drama online, how CBT can benefit your business, how Sabrinas's own mental health manifests, being an influencer, my hairloss journey, and a no b******t holistic approach to handling it.
Brian discusses how to utilise peak productivity and offers incredible insight into improving your mindset motivation. We also discuss the impact social media and vanity can have on your mental health and how body image and dysmorphia can affect men and women
Joanne explains what led her to start this podcast, and hopes that by opening up herself, it will help listeners understand her stance in future interviews with upcoming guests.