Welcome to Love-Listen-Talk-Repeat hosted by Wendy Capewell. This is a podcast for people who are invested in keeping their relationship happy, healthy and in great shape. Wendy will be talking about those tricky situations and life events that can cause problems in the happiest relationships as well as talking with other specialists about all things relating to relationships.
Lisa E Jones - Navigating her son through the world of mental illness
Lisa shares her resentment of the system, as well as her sadness for her son, How watching him brought her to the place she is in today, being in a place to help and support others. , because she feels she has learned a lot which she feels could help others and see things in a different way.
Her son has been diagnosed with ADHD, Low H, not very hyperactive, and actually ODD, which is oppositional defiance disorder. He was diagnosed with both at that time.
Nicky Collins- Being Autistic means you are unique
Nicky shares her experience of living with Autism, and how it’s certainly not all bad. It’s much more a case of learning to listen to your body and being in tune with it, which we could all do more of! She explains about the condition and some of the neuroscience. So an episode not to be missed.
Kirstine Weaver - Living with ADHD
Kirstine was diagnosed with ADHD relatively recently, just in the last decade. Since then she has been exploring all the other aspects of herself and realised she has other neuro divergence traits. She refers to herself as neuro wonky or Neuro Quirky. During our chat, she talks about this and other traits she has discovered about herself. She has set up a FaceBook Group in which she invites others who may want to share and explore their neuroquirky traits.
Martha Blessing - How the Shame within our bodies creates dis-ease
We hear that 90% or more of illness is caused by stress, which is our mental and emotional and feeling responses to what's happening in our lives, and causes a wound - that wound creates an illness, either physical or emotional. And the root of that or the not the root but the residual, what's left over from that wound is shame.
Getting comfortable about having Uncomfortable Conversations around Suicide - with Andrea Newton
Andrea starts our conversation by saying - Mental Health is a very sensitive subject. And so people don't talk about it. And actually, when that's part of the problem, because people don't talk about it, the silence that sits around it, is actually a massive contributing factor. Because at the end of the day, you know, it's just another human condition.
Living with Depression and Anxiety, with David Pope
In this episode, David Pope shares his story, of how he has struggled with depression and anxiety since he was a child. The effect it’s has had on his life, and the coping mechanisms he has developed to help and support himself and now shares with others. People can be so unkind when they don’t understand how distressing and debilitating mental health issues can be. We really need to break the stigma and be more open-minded and supportive.
A must if you're interested in successful relationships
Wendy has a great style in this podcast. It's easy to listen to but clear about relationship dynamics. Wendy also tackles difficult issues head on in a friendly way. Definitely recommend this whether you want to improve your relationship or are thinking about how to make your next relationship a success.