1 in 4 people experience mental health problems every year – half of them say that isolation and shame is worse than the condition itself. In Open Mind, Frankie Bridge opens up about her ongoing journey from her breakdown to her breakthroughs, and invites her guests to share their own experiences with mental health. In opening up about her battles, Frankie hopes to help a generation of people to be more open about their mental health. Speak out. Ask for help. And be helped. Open Mind, the podcast accompanies Frankie’s book ‘OPEN’.
Singer, Ellie Goulding, joins Frankie to discuss how she combats anxiety and the joy she's found since having her son, Arthur.
Ollie Locke joins Frankie to talk about identity, coming out on TV and his surrogacy journey.
Dr Zoe Williams
TW: this episodes includes mentions of alcohol abuse and suicide.
Dr Zoe Williams answers your medical questions and retraces her long, and difficult, journey to becoming a TV doctor.
Frankie is joined by 'How To Fail' podcast host and 'Magpie' author Elizabeth Day. The two talk about how to deal with failure and miscarriage. TW: This episode contains mentions of miscarriage.
Frankie is joined by multi-award winning comedian, writer and presenter Russell Kane to discuss mens mental health and internet addiction.
TW this episode contains mentions of suicide.
TW: This epi
Megan Rose Lane
Frankie is joined by Empowerment and Mindset Mentor, Megan Rose Lane.
TW this episode contains mentions of eating disorders.
Love this podcast
Honest, real and raw conversation. No matter how alone you feel with your mind these podcasts will show you, you are not alone
Always loved it but…
I enjoyed all the shows so far but on the last one, the guest was not right imitating the voices of women. Yes there might be people not respectful about men and that is a pity because everyone should be treated with respect even people who criticise you for complaint as a man. Not well played there sorry!
Boring and not relevant
I found this podcast very boring and actually fell asleep listening. Wouldn’t advise