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Welcome to No Really, I'm Fine. A mental health podcast which sheds a light on peoples' daily struggle with mental health and telling the world you're not alone.
We're returning for our second series on October 10th, which is World Mental Health Day.
We be make mental health the conversation. We want to hear about you, break the stigma, we want to share and listen.
Journalists Gemma Sherlock, Kate Lally and Michael Pearson host the podcast and they'll guide you through a variety of topics on mental health and wellbeing.
Make sure you follow us on Twitter at @ImFinePodcast_ and if you want to share your story email podcasts@reachplc.com

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Welcome to No Really, I'm Fine. A mental health podcast which sheds a light on peoples' daily struggle with mental health and telling the world you're not alone.
We're returning for our second series on October 10th, which is World Mental Health Day.
We be make mental health the conversation. We want to hear about you, break the stigma, we want to share and listen.
Journalists Gemma Sherlock, Kate Lally and Michael Pearson host the podcast and they'll guide you through a variety of topics on mental health and wellbeing.
Make sure you follow us on Twitter at @ImFinePodcast_ and if you want to share your story email podcasts@reachplc.com

    Gemma Sherlock opens up on her battles with suicide, anxiety and depression and how she has tackled her mental health setbacks

    Gemma Sherlock opens up on her battles with suicide, anxiety and depression and how she has tackled her mental health setbacks

    As we come to a close for series two of No Really, I'm Fine. Host Gemma Sherlock opens up about her battle with anxiety, depression and how she tried to take her life before being stopped by her dad.
    This really honest and inspiring talk, Gemma talks about how she's dealt with anxiety growing-up, abusive relationships and watching her mother battle cancer in the last six months.
    This is the final episode of series 2 but we will be returning on Mental Health Awareness Week later in the year.
    Email us any questions you may have about or podcast or to get involved with series 3 at podcasts@reachplc.com
    Hosted by Michael Pearson and Gemma Sherlock. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 40 min
    Michael Pearson opens up on his mental health demons and how he tackled them head-on instead of hiding them away

    Michael Pearson opens up on his mental health demons and how he tackled them head-on instead of hiding them away

    As we come to the end of series 2 of No Really, I'm Fine, we've decided to tell our own stories.
    This week co-host Michael talks about how he's dealt with his mental health demons after a car incident when he was 17.
    Michael spiraled into a deep depression and has struggled with his anxiety since. He tried to block out his anxiety through university but realised the only way he could deal with his demons was to take them straight on.


    This episode was hosted by Gemma Sherlock and Michael Pearson.
    The episode was edited by Michael Pearson For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 47 min
    Welsh Star explains what it's really like to be 'sectioned'

    Welsh Star explains what it's really like to be 'sectioned'

    What does it really mean to be sectioned under the mental health act? How does it affect your life? Today, host Gemma Sherlock finds out that as she speaks to one woman who has spent ten years of her life under section. The former mental health patient talks about her life and her battles with border personality disorder. But most importantly she discusses the true meaning of "to be sectioned" in a bid to tackle stigma around mental health hospitals. Our guest does not wish to be named and we have respected this decision.


    If you would like to find out more about our guest you can see her Twitter page @star_welsh or visit here https://www.stah.org/who-we-are/latest-news/patient-blog-welshstar-shares-her-story/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 45 min
    Izzy Judd on Mindfulness for Mums, How she coped after she had a miscarriage and how she copes with anxiety

    Izzy Judd on Mindfulness for Mums, How she coped after she had a miscarriage and how she copes with anxiety

    This week we have Sunday Times Best-selling author Izzy Judd to talk about mindfulness, anxiety and how she coped after she had a miscarriage.
    The violinist and social media influencer speaks bravely about her struggles with IVF and having a miscarriage.
    She also talks about her new book Mindfulness for Mums is also out now and available at all good book stores and in audiobook form.


    Produced and hosted by Michael Pearson. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 41 min
    Menopause and Mental Health: Debunking myths and making sure you're not doing it alone

    Menopause and Mental Health: Debunking myths and making sure you're not doing it alone

    This week Michael Pearson is joined by Susan Lee and Dawn Collinson talk about their brand new podcast Menopod.
    They talk everything from handling hot flushes to dealing with physical with your body and what that means for your mental health, one large gin at a time!
    you can listen to Menopod on all podcasting apps including Entale, a new immersive podcasting app. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 34 min
    New Year Special: What are you hoping for in 2020?

    New Year Special: What are you hoping for in 2020?

    In this episode we take a look at 2019 on mental health and people's views on in 2020. Answering three important questions going in to the new year:


    - What are you hoping for in 2020? 
    - What can you do for your mental health in 2020? 
    - What are your thoughts on the statement of ‘new year, new you’, heading into 2020?


    Happy new year to you all! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 18 min

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