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Sisters Rach and Liz discuss all things to try to live their better life. "We haven’t always been the best of sisterly friends. For the majority of our childhood, we were at each other’s throats most of the time. But as the years have passed, we have developed a deep and close relationship, which allows us to tackle joint projects such as this podcast with verve and gusto"

Sisters Rach and Liz discuss all things to try to live their better life. "We haven’t always been the best of sisterly friends. For the majority of our childhood, we were at each other’s throats most of the time. But as the years have passed, we have developed a deep and close relationship, which allows us to tackle joint projects such as this podcast with verve and gusto"
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United Kingdom

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Sisters Rach and Liz discuss all things to try to live their better life. "We haven’t always been the best of sisterly friends. For the majority of our childhood, we were at each other’s throats most of the time. But as the years have passed, we have developed a deep and close relationship, which allows us to tackle joint projects such as this podcast with verve and gusto"

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@baldasbrass

Language:

English


Episodes

What's the worst that can happen

1/16/2019
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In our previous podcast, we discussed how self-confidence is often strongly influenced by our perceptions about what others might think about us. This is an endlessly fascinating topic for me and Rachel because we often swing between feeling totally ourselves, ready to the face the world, through to crippling anxiety about what others will think, and back again. In doing so, we are gradually learning strategies for staying more in the former space, and reducing time in the latter. But it is...

Duration:00:18:37

Do I need a wig

1/15/2019
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This is our very first ever ‘podcast’, which we found to be both scary and exciting! I was interested to reflect on one aspect of the conversation, where I touch on how we might measure ‘femininity’. It is a testament to the power of social conditioning that my immediate thoughts on this were to see external things like make-up and jewellery as feminine markers and I was pleased to check myself on this front. I don’t think this at all! Isn’t it incredible how sub-conscious thoughts can...

Duration:00:22:33