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Broccoli Productions
Zombiemum
When writer and illustrator Laura Dockrill first became a mum, the experience was life changing - but not in the way she was expecting. She woke up on her first Mother’s Day in a psychiatric ward, without a clue where she was, separated from her newborn, with a diagnosis of postpartum psychosis. Since her experience, she’s been on a mission to uncover the psychological effects of bringing a small person into this world and smash the stigmas associated with them. Each week Laura will be talking to guests from a range of different backgrounds and disciplines all with their own unique...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 85 ratings
Raw, honest and brave
I read Laura’s book last year and it’s incredible. I’ve followed everything she has done since then and I love how honest, open and funny she is. The podcast is great and she’s had some amazing guests so far. Thank you for discussing sometimes taboo topics and showing another side to motherhood.
MegSian via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/03/21
Amazing!
I’m so impressed with this podcast, especially the episode with Bryonny. I had post partum psychosis in 2016 and I’m yet to meet anyone else in real life that had it. It’s such a relief that ‘my tribe’ exists. Who’s journey into motherhood was a crazy street fight with our selves but who came out...Read full review »
louloullala via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/28/21
Brilliant podcast!
Such an important issue to raise awareness off. Great guests and a lovely host - can’t wait to hear more.
GuiltyFeminist via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/16/21
Recent Episodes
In this episode, Laura talks to writer, podcaster and Telegraph columnist Bryony Gordon. They discuss Bryony’s experience coping with addiction as a parent, her journey of recovery, and living with OCD. CW: This podcast contains open, honest and often detailed discussions about mental health....
Published 06/07/21
In this episode, Laura talks to writer and podcaster Nikesh Shukla. They discuss the difficulties of raising tough topics with kids, processing grief while raising children and the impact of sleep deprivation. CW: This podcast contains open, honest and often detailed discussions about mental...
Published 05/31/21
In this episode, Laura talks to live artist and theatre maker Bryony Kimmings. They discuss her birth experience, the trauma she faced afterwards with her own health and her son’s, and her recovery. CW: This podcast contains open, honest and often detailed discussions about mental health. This...
Published 05/24/21
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