LMFM Monday Motivation Podcasts
Striving to be 'perfect' Psychotherapist Katie Mc Kenna
Do you find that you are constantly putting everyone else first often neglecting your own needs? Do you often compare yourself to others who might have seemingly perfect lives? It seems there is an increase particularly among women specifically mothers who are feeling that anything they do is not good enough and many are experiencing burnout as a result of putting everyone else first and this constant strive for perfection. Katie Mc Kenna accredited psychotherapist has noticed that women are feeling more lost, more disconnected from themselves and are looking outward towards perfectionism to gain validation and approval from others she discussed this and offered great advice.
Monday, June 14, 2021
Coming out LGBT+ experience Anthony Kinahan
In 1999 aged 17 Anthony Kinahan from Dromiskin tentatively entered a disco run by outcomers in Drogheda, a chance encounter a kiss on the dance floor would change Anthony's life completely. Hear how he felt about coming out in Ireland at the time, his activism work for the LGBTQ+ community, and how he deals with homophobic abuse.
Monday, May 31, 2021
Georgie Crawford finding the glow after cancer
At aged 32 Georgie Crawford a busy mum to 7 month old Pia who was considering returning to her job as a radio presenter in Spin didn't expect to find a lump in her breast, she thought breast cancer was something that happened to older women. After a lot of support, counselling and coming to terms with her breast cancer diagnosis Georgie decided to document her journey on social media She gained huge support for her honesty about her cancer journey, raising awareness of breast cancer in young women and her positive outlook. A year after her treatment she decided to focus on healing and so her podcast the Good Glow podcast was born. Georgie shared how she overcame dark days, the motivation behind setting up Good Glow, and her plans to have a second baby via surrogacy with Sinéad in this week's Monday motivation.
Monday, May 24, 2021
Life with Multiple Sclerosis Hailey Stevely
10 years ago aged just 20 Hailey Stevely from Ashbourne was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, after being in denial and trying every so called 'cure' to help Hailey eventually sought help from MS Ireland and her life improved greatly. Hailey shared her experiences of coming to terms with her condition and the mantra from her mum that helped her stay positive.