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A podcast about mental health and movement. Real stories from the bold and unbreakable about anxiety, depression, addiction, grief, and the power of getting moving.

A podcast about mental health and movement. Real stories from the bold and unbreakable about anxiety, depression, addiction, grief, and the power of getting moving.
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London, United Kingdom

Description:

A podcast about mental health and movement. Real stories from the bold and unbreakable about anxiety, depression, addiction, grief, and the power of getting moving.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 4 | Part 1 | Living with chronic pain and the power of boxing

6/7/2018
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In this episode I talk to filmmaker and photographer Ric about living with invisible illness and chronic pain. Ric was diagnosed with crohn's disease in his mid twenties and has spent years learning to cope with the impact on his physical and mental health. During a dark spell of anxiety, panic attacks and depression Ric discovered a local boxing club, which he believes changed his life. He has since gone on to start his own amateur boxing class, Boxton, in London. For more information and...

Duration:00:37:17

Episode 4 | Part 2 | Living with chronic pain and the power of boxing

6/7/2018
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In this episode I talk to filmmaker and photographer Ric about living with invisible illness and chronic pain. Ric was diagnosed with crohn's disease in his mid twenties and has spent years learning to cope with the impact on his physical and mental health. During a dark spell of anxiety, panic attacks and depression Ric discovered a local boxing club, which he believes changed his life. He has since gone on to start his own amateur boxing class, Boxton, in London. For more information and...

Duration:00:41:56

Episode 3 | Part 1 | Growing around your grief

5/30/2018
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In episode 3 I talk to the remarkable Ali, whose baby Miles died at 8 months old in 2014. We discuss child loss and that while grief never goes away, she has learnt to grow around the grief and become a stronger, more positive and honest person. She has recently discovered a love for fitness and talks about the impact exercise has had on her mental health.

Duration:00:27:26

Episode 3 | Part 2 | Growing around your grief

5/30/2018
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In episode 3 I talk to the remarkable Ali, whose baby Miles died at 8 months old in 2014. We discuss child loss and that while grief never goes away, she has learnt to grow around the grief and become a stronger, more positive and honest person. She has recently discovered a love for fitness and talks about the impact exercise has had on her mental health.

Duration:00:27:15

Episode 2 | Part 1 | Being a man with anxiety

5/23/2018
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In this episode I talk to self-professed 'bloke' Joe about his experience of being a man with anxiety. He describes finally telling his friends and family about his mental health difficulties after years of covering them up and insisting he was fine. We also talk about the strength that comes with honesty and the power of getting outdoors.

Duration:00:32:03

Episode 2 | Part 1 | Being a man with anxiety

5/23/2018
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In this episode I talk to self-professed 'bloke' Joe about his experience of being a man with anxiety. He describes finally telling his friends and family about his mental health difficulties after years of covering them up and insisting he was fine. We also talk about the strength that comes with honesty and the power of getting outdoors.

Duration:00:30:08

Episode 1 | Part 2 | Long walks with anxiety

5/16/2018
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In the first episode of the series, I talk to 31 year old Brummie turned Londoner Debs about her life with anxiety and how long city walks have helped her feel less trapped in her own head. We cover a host of familiar anxiety traits, from drinking too much to toxic relationships, but also consider ways that anxiety can teach us gratitude, if we let it.

Duration:00:41:40

Episode 1 | Part 1 | Long walks with anxiety

5/16/2018
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In the first episode of the series, I talk to 31 year old Brummie turned Londoner Debs about her life with anxiety and how long city walks have helped her feel less trapped in her own head. We cover a host of familiar anxiety traits, from drinking too much to toxic relationships, but also consider ways that anxiety can teach us gratitude, if we let it.

Duration:00:42:56