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Since 2007 Nutrition Therapist Robyn Goldberg has been on the front lines of helping people heal their relationships with food, movement, medical conditions and their bodies. The Eating Disorder Trap Podcast creates an expansive support and resource system for people struggling with eating disorders. Bringing to the table her experience as an IAEDP certified eating disorder registered dietitian/supervisor and certified intuitive eating counselor, Robyn Goldberg thoughtfully interviews a vari ...
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I'm Maureen Kritzer-Lange a Psychoanalyst specializing in Eating Disorders (The Queen of Self Esteem & creator of the “Don't Trust the Mirror” Movement). This is my personal story of my struggles with an eating disorder. I thought it would take my life. I had nobody to talk to so I began journaling while in high school. In my podcast I share stories from this journal and then use my psychoanalyst perspective to reflect on my “younger” self. My life mission is to help women get their lives ba ...
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This is a podcast all about eating disorder recovery, providing frequent bite-size episodes containing information, inspiration, motivation and hope, as well as some relevant research and neuroscience, to help anyone be more feck it, fun, fabulous and free in their eating disorder recovery. Hosted by Helly Barnes, a woman who has lived with an eating disorder for over a decade as an adult, has navigated the tricky and messy recovery process, and who now works as a professional eating disorde ...
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- FIND FOOD & BODY FREEDOM & HEAL FROM DISORDERED EATING - + Intuitive Eating & Holistic Recovery Principles for Eating Disorder Recovery _____ Do you find yourself constantly thinking about food? Wondering if you will wake up one day free from the obsessive thoughts & damaging behaviors? Do you struggle with the desire to control & therefore have an unhealthy relationship with food & your body? Maybe, you’ve tried to find a way out before, but the controlling voice inside tells you it’s jus ...
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Join psychologist Dr Rachel Evans (PhD) as she talks to fellow experts in eating disorder recovery and ED survivors with inspiring stories. This podcast is intended to help those recovering to shift their mindset, develop new skills and find their own version of normal eating. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rachel-evans8/support
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You can put an end to food obsessions, body dissatisfaction and cravings. You can make peace with food and your body and have the energy and vitality you want! And you can be healthy without dieting. I'm Carolyn Coker Ross, MD and I'm a specialist in treating binge eating, food addiction and emotional eating and I'd love to teach you how to regain your self-confidence, end your struggle with food and weight and be free to live your life again.
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Co-hosts Francis Iacobucci (he/him/his) and Catherine Brown (she/her/hers) explore the complexities and profound impacts of eating disorders. With insights from individuals in recovery, mental health professionals, and family members, Eating Disorders: Navigating Recovery helps break the stigma surrounding eating disorders and provides a platform for engagement and connection. The recovery journey is not linear; whether you have struggled with disordered eating for days or years, we are here ...
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In this series, “Big Ideas in Eating Disorders,” join host, Dr. Kathy Pike, clinical psychologist and professor at Columbia University, as she talks with leaders in the field of eating disorders. We hear from researchers, clinicians, and people who have personally experienced an eating disorder. In each episode, guests share one big idea that they believe is crucial to improving the lives of people at risk for developing or currently living with an eating disorder. Capturing today’s wisdom f ...
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Introducing Melrose Heals: A conversation about eating disorders. The podcast is hosted by Melrose Center’s licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Nelson. Melrose Heals is designed to explore, discuss and understand eating disorders. We have over 35 years of experience caring for all types of eating disorders, affecting all sorts of people. We would love to share some of our knowledge with you. Because in the end, we believe that recovery is possible. It’s only when we have honest conversa ...
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This show will explore the deeper meaning of our relationship with food. We dive into issues related to body image, restriction, bingeing, purging, compulsive exercise, and eating disorder related behaviors. We utilize ideas from psychoanalysis, the deep work therapy, to bring you answers about why you do the things you do and one step closer to a healthier relationship with food and yourself.
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Eating Disorders are complex and challenging to navigate, whether you are a sufferer, professional or family / loved one of a sufferer. Join Peer Recovery Specialist Coach, Kirsten Hunneyball as she gets curious about recovery by interviewing professionals, chatting to ED survivors, and sharing her personal ED experience so that you can better understand various perspectives, remove stigma, hear inspiring testimonies and simply get curious about all things eating disorder related. Not meant ...
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The Ease With Food Podcast is here to bring you the tips and tricks of eating disorder and disordered eating recovery. Let's chat ED recovery, and all things health and wellness. Hosted by Shannon Western, Nutrition Counsellor. Shannon is the founder of Ease Nutrition Therapy: an eating disorders, disordered eating, and Non-Diet clinic. We work with all relationships to food: from binge eating, restriction, purging, and anything in between. One more thing: This podcast is not a substitute fo ...
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This podcast speaks to everyone who has ever struggled with any form of disordered eating or has an unhealthy relationship with food. Let's be honest it's not about the food, so let's talk about what it is: Pain, Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Fear, Control, and Freedom from situations you feel you will never be free. Let's talk about first and second-hand accounts of disordered eating from everyone and learn how to move from recovery to recovered.
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A podcast raising awareness of eating disorders in the Middle East, produced by the Middle East Eating Disorders Association, a not-for-profit aiming to support prevention and awareness of Eating Disorders, as well as professional training, research and support to patients across the whole Middle East area.Alongside guests and listeners’ questions, the podcast aims to cover a wide diversity of aspects regarding eating disorders’ diagnosis, treatment, recovery, as well as support to patients ...
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Hear stories of experience, strength, and hope from members of the 12 step group “Eating Disorders Anonymous”. To submit content from EDA speaker meetings, contact EDAPodcast@gmail.com . We are not officially affiliated with EDA, so direct all other inquiries to EDA’s website eatingdisordersanonymous.org . The information shared here reflects the experiences and beliefs of individual participants, and does not represent EDA as a whole.
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This episode was released in 2021 and has been one of my most popular downloads, so I thought that I would share it again, whilst I head off for few days holiday. I’m talking about food and feelings. I explore how our early relationship with food develops, the emotional environment at home and how this all intertwines to influence the food and feel…
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Hey friend! Did you know that according to researchers, regular practice of affirmations and positive self-talk actually has power to create superior momentum of influence in your life? So much so, there is MRI evidence suggesting that increases of positive affirmations lead to self-rewarding behavior change. In Episode 45, I share with you why aff…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode, Meg is joined by Heather, a special guest who shares her inspiring journey of healing from an eating disorder and the associated gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms. Heather discusses the impact her digestive issues had on her relationship with food and how she discovered the world of functional nutrition, leading to s…
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EP. 47 Transforming Pain into Resilience: An Eating Disorder Story of Hope | In Conversation with Scarlett O'Connor A 47-year-old mother of 7 who battled severe binge/purge anorexia for 25 years. Despite being an overweight child/teen, she chose life after being admitted to a treatment facility 9 years ago. Now, she is dedicated to help others usin…
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Eating disorders affect hundreds of thousands of people around the world, yet most people still hold the stigma that they largely only affect smaller bodied, caucasian, cis-gender females. This stigma is seen across the board in treatment centres, medical practises, and societies. For this reason, people who do not fit this typical mould often face…
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Meredith O’Brien runs a private practice, Meredith O’Brien & Affiliates, LLC, in Red Bank, New Jersey, where she specializes in treating those with eating disorders. She also manages an Eating Disorder Coaching business, Recovery from Anorexia, LLC. Meredith is a New Jersey Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, an…
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Dr. Marsha Marcus, Professor Emerita at The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, has devoted a significant part of her career to the study of binge eating and the development of treatments for people with binge eating disorder. She started out with a focus on obesity treatment. During the course of her work, she noticed that a significant p…
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Shannon is joined by clinic nutritionist Kacie 👋 They speak about intuitive movement and how that fits into a happy, healthy relationship to your body 💛 Read about hypothalamic amenorrhea Listen to the episode on period loss [season 3, episode 2] Work with Shannon, Kacie, or one of the team: contact us to enquire…
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A Bite Size episode exploring comparisons and competitiveness in people with eating disorders. It’s very common that people with eating disorders can feel competitive with one another. Eating disorders are very destructive illnesses and you can almost feel that you are never sick enough. I think the competitive/comparing phenomenon is also rife in …
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Ever wonder how your attachment styles are connected with your relationship with food? In this episode we talk about: Different attachment styles How our way of "attaching" is developed The significance of the culture by which we are surrounded Working through attachment stuff Practical tips A bit about our guests: Kathryn Garland, LCSW-S is a lice…
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Happy start of your week girl! & today isn't just any Monday, it's Memorial Day Monday! It's a day to honor those who have died in serving our country for our freedom. And while it can be triggering for some, I wanted to bring a message to you today. A message of honoring YOU! In Episode 44, I share with you Intuitive Eating 101. I talk about the 1…
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Hi Navigators! Welcome to episode 103, where we talk about shame, trauma, and healing with Ronni Robinson. Ronni joins the podcast with over 14 years of recovery from her eating disorder, and is an author, recovery coach, writer, empty nester, and a menopausal spin instructor. We discuss shame, trauma, and how community is a grounding force as one …
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Today I’m talking to Scarlett O Connor (BSc EFTi EFTMRA), an accredited and experienced Emotional Freedom Technique Therapist who works with clients in recovery from eating disorders. Scarlett has been on her own healing journey, after suffering for over 25 years with eating disorders. She now is passionate about supporting others with healing and …
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Hey love! I'm honored to have your listen of today's episode on the Her Best Self podcast. Typically, I feel a prompting as I'm about to sit down & record the show to prep a certain topic & I dive right in to my zone of genius to show up for you & provide you with all the BEST content. Yet, today when I sat down it felt different. I felt completely…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode, Meg is joined by Ciandra, and together they explore the fascinating journey of challenging fear foods. Ciandra shares her personal insights and experiences from her 8-year recovery journey, highlighting pivotal moments along the way. They delve into Ciandra's definition of recovery and discuss the right timing for…
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A Bite Size episode. What is rumination syndrome? A deep dive into signs and symptoms and how it can become intertwined with an eating disorder. A listener shares her experiences and consider treatments available. I hope that you enjoy it. Bite Size Eating Disorder Therapy Membership https://www.patreon.com/theeatingdisordertherapist Online 10 Step…
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Joy and Adam, with returning guest host Amee Severson, share stories of their religious traditions and how those experiences affected their eating disorder recovery. Processing and overcoming religious guilt as well as adapting to one's body after realizing the harms of purity cultures are discussed. Our hope is for those religious and non-religiou…
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Secrets are a central theme of eating disorders. But what came first? The secrets or the eating disorder? In this episode, Kathryn Zerbe and I discuss how secrets and eating disorders are woven together and what we can do about it. Kathryn Zerbe, MD, FAED, FABP is Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst, Oregon Psychoanalytic Center and Clinical Pro…
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On today's episode, Dr. Karen Nelson is joined by Jackie Gustafson, NP-PPC here at Melrose. Karen and Jackie will discuss the impact eating disorders can have on women and their reproductive systems, especially as they enter their childbearing years.Melrose Center tarafından oluşturuldu
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Hey girl! How was your weekend? Mine was WAYYY too short! I spent some of it chasing my 5 year old on training wheels & some of it watching my 9 year old train for the minor leagues. Did I mention, I also managed to save a baby deer? Yep. I literally ran across a busy highway holding a wild animal, screaming at the top of my lungs. I apologize in a…
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Today I’m talking to Ryan Althaus from Santa Cruz, California - a 39 year old eating disorder survivor on his own recovery journey. He runs a non-profit program (an inclusivity project based around uniting diverse groups with disabilities through art and recreation). You can check this out at www.sweatysheep.com Ryan has a diagnosis of autism and i…
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Girlfriend, I CANNOT wait for you to hear today's podcast episode! If you are struggling with the never ending cycle of disordered eating, then you know how hard it can be every single day to break free. In fact, it can feel so heavy & so impossible majority of the days....especially, if you have been dealing with food controlling your life for yea…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode Meg is joined by Mia as she returns to the show and dive deep into the topic of ignoring red flags in the context of eating disorders. Mia shared powerful insights and reflected on moments when red flags went unnoticed or were disregarded. Throughout the conversation, Meg and Mia explore the implications of ignorin…
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Shannon talks about why you might be eating even when you're full. A super common experience especially at night time ☾ Resources: Listen to the binge eating 101 episode Listen to the binging on the weekend episode Download the free distraction guide here The Intuitive Eating book
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Is Emotional Eating ever okay? This is exactly what we will be getting into today! I will talk about Emotional Eating from a few different perspectives: practical things to do, ways I understand Emotional Eating, and obviously how we can go deeper into Emotional Eating (my MO, of course 🙂) LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who may need this podcast by …
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A Bite Size episode. Another question this week from a lovely listener. Thank you so much. My listener is feeling stuck in recovery. She has been given a meal plan from her Team and in theory, she wants to implement it and take recovery steps forward. However, putting this into practice is proving frustrating and difficult. Here I offer 3 tips to s…
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Eating disorders are largely made up of self-criticism, perfectionism, inability to release control, and fear of vulnerability. Art asks you to challenge every one of those areas fully. That is why Ali Gillett from The Brave Arts, uses her artistic talent and lived experience with an eating disorder (whom she calls “Slug”), to help others navigate …
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Happy Monday Sweet Sister! Today's episode is all about FLYING! Actually, it's mostly about embracing the recovery journey from food controlling your life & allowing yourself to experience your very best, while being mindful & getting intentional in the process. If you struggle with feeling like you are living in a constant state of auto pilot, the…
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Today I’m talking to Brooke Carlson, an eating disorder therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counsellor, working primarily with adolescents and young adults and based in Minnesota, USA. Brooke has worked for a nationwide eating disorder treatment centre for three years called The Emily Program. Brooke was an outpatient therapist and partial…
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Happy Thursday girl! Today on the podcast I am sharing the BEST of the BEST of the show! We are slated to hit 10K downloads with EP 39 & I am over the moon with excitement & joy that this show has touched your heart & possibly a heart of someone you love. In Episode 39, I give you the Top 5 episodes downloaded, so that you can go back & listen for …
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ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode, Meg talks about the similarities between eating disorders and abusive relationships. Drawing from her own experience, she identifies seven ways in which these two can be alike. She shares her personal story of recovery and healing, offering insights on the complex emotional and psychological dynamics of both eatin…
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🌷Aka period loss from restriction, stress, or over-exercise Read the episode on the blog Work with Shannon or one of the team - contact us 📧 Email Shannon: shannon @ easenutritiontherapy.com See you next week 🫶
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Another Bite-Size episode. This week I'm talking about how to deal with a mother (or any parent) who is encouraging dieting or weight loss practices (basically being entrenched in diet culture), when you are working on your own eating disorder recovery. I offer 5 tips to deal with this. I hope that you enjoy the episode.…
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Ep.46 Ditch the Food Drama: Break the Diet cycle | In Conversation with Michelle May, M.D., CSP* Dr. Michelle May is a former family physician and recovered yo-yo dieter. She is the founder of Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Programs and Training at www.AmIHungry.com. She’s the author of the Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat book series that teaches…
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On today's episode, we’ll be talking about core beliefs and the variety of ways they can impact how we think about ourselves. Dr. Karen Nelson is joined by Patti Witt and together they will also discuss how self-talk can help us affirm our positive core beliefs as well as support growth and healing in our lives.…
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In today’s episode I speak with Laura Gajda, a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with a background in Eating Disorders and mental health diagnoses. She specialises in working with adults with Eating Disorders and building sustainability in their recovery. She is not only incredibly passionate about the work of dietetics, but she has a personal …
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Do you love stories? I LOVE stories! Stories are awesome. Besides being incredibly entertaining, they have the power to be completely transformative. And I mean that literally. Today, we talk about the impact that stories and metaphors can have on your journey to heal your relationship with food. And we talk about why it works, the neuroscience and…
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Dr. Eva Trujillo is the founder and executive director of Comenzar de Nuevo, a nonprofit organization recognized throughout Latin America that supports the prevention, teaching, research, advocacy, and treatment of eating disorders at all levels of care. Dr. Trujillo’s treatment program receives an average of 400 first-time patients annually from 1…
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Hey Girl! Happy Monday & welcome back to the Her Best Self Podcast. Today on the show, I talk about a fixed mindset & a growth mindset. I walk you through one simple exercise to do RIGHT NOW for food freedom! This episode is a goodie sister! Moving from stuck & disordered to faith-filled & FREE takes courage, patience & strength....but if you start…
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In this week's episode, I talk about my first experience of HYROX with my friend, Jayne Hartley. I tell you about our day out together and navigating the highs and lows of this! I explore how I have a healthy relationship with movement after recovering from an eating disorder and offer tips on how you can achieve this too. This episode will particu…
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In today's episode I share the winner of the FREE book giveaway! It's okay if you didn't win today girl! You can still share this show with someone if your life that you think would benefit from all we talk about here in this safe place. With each rating & review, this podcast is visible to more & more women that are desperately looking for more su…
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Welcome to season three of the podcast ☾ Shannon is joined by Toni Rudd to discuss binge eating, food rules, and unconditional permission to eat. Toni's details: Her website Her Instagram Blog about food rules Ease Nutrition Therapy/Shannon's website
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ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode, Meg explores the topic of recovery community personality types. She discusses the four out of six core personality types found in the Recovery Collective and how they can impact an individual's recovery journey.Through personal anecdotes and insights, Meg dives into the characteristics and traits of each personali…
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Another Bite Size episode! When you are suffering with an eating disorder, your desire, libido and want for intimate connection can all diminish significantly. This can be hugely problematic for your romantic relationship and can bring frustration and discontent on both sides. In this episode, I firstly explore the impact of an eating disorder on y…
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So what if your journey through your eating disorder recovery isn’t going the way you had thought it would go? You made huge strides with eating- you eat all the macros, eat way more frequently than you had before, and you challenge yourself with foods, but you still feel obsessive and anxious; you just feel you are not quite there yet. You feel so…
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Growth is a PROCESS! You don't just wake up one day and become a butterfly. But how does one become a butterfly? You have to be willing to fly so much that you are willing to give up being a caterpillar. If this speaks to your heart today, I encourage you to listen in to the show. I discuss the power of change & the transtheoretical model (evolved …
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Welcome Navigators! Catherine and Francis are thrilled to welcome Lindsey Wawrzyniak to the Navigating Recovery Podcast. Lindsey, a former pre-professional dancer and model, brings her story of perfectionism, body image struggles, anorexia nervosa, and full recovery to the platform, creating a space to talk about the hard stuff and be vulnerable. L…
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Today I’m talking to Emma Carter – author, mother, emotional coach and therapist. Emma was born in a small town in South Wales and now lives in Derbyshire with her two children, a cat who likes nothing more than jumping on her laptop when she is working, and her scruffy but adorable dog who melts everyone’s heart. Emma has always been passionate ab…
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