Health and Wellness

Episode 97 – Bronwen Sciortino – Recovering from perfectionism

Episode 97 - Bronwen Sciortino - Recovering from perfectionism

Bronwen Sciortino had an intense battle with not being good enough. She pushed herself so hard and for so long she collapsed. For the first time in her life, she couldn’t just click her fingers and fix things. There was literally nothing left. She’d given all of herself to everyone and everything else. On her…

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The Unexpected Journey of Becoming a Writer – Lois Letchford

Her Story Daily - Lois Letchford

My sixth-grade teacher peered over my shoulder, handing back my essay. The ordinarily white paper with black pencil writing was covered with acres of red pen; each mark a new humiliation and evidence of failure. My teacher pointed to each correction mark, loudly stating, “How am I supposed to read this mess? You cannot write,…

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Episode 93 – Zivit Inbar – Growing despite adversity

Her Story Radio - Episode 93 Zivit Inbar - Growing through adversity

Dr Zivit Inbar, CEO of Different Thinking shares her story about how adversity can be a catalyst for growth. Zivit tells us of how labels, Stealth Dyslexia, grief, and cultural and gender bias have all played a significant path in leading her to follow her passion. Zivit’s story is about strength, resilience and how she…

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I’m not ovary-acting – it’s PMDD by Lynda Pickett

I’m not ovary-acting - it’s PMDD - Lynda Pickett

I’m 39 years young and in a matter of weeks, I’ll be having my uterus, tubes, and ovaries removed. Not because of some aggressive life-threatening cancer and not due to any unbearable physical pain. In fact, my womb is in perfect working order, having housed my two healthy children, and servicing me with around 250…

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Episode 89 – Sveti Williams – How to fix your sleep

Her Story Radio - Episode 89 - Sveti Williams - How sleep affects your health

Sveti Williams is a Sleepologist who helps people fix their sleep. In her early 20’s she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that set her on a path to discover how she could be and feel healthier. She fixed her diet and began exercising, yet she still didn’t feel right. She discovered the impact that…

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The story of Baby Doe – Noelle Rose Andressen

The story of baby doe - Noelle Rose Andressen

“In the darkness, a silent frightened cry is heard, it is that of an infant struggling to stay alive in the surroundings of refuse, a mother has just abandoned her baby in a trash bin…” Those were the opening words of an Emmy nominated film my husband and I created from scratch with no budget,…

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