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I turned down Chemotherapy, travelled to Hawaii to develop my Stress Solution: with Deirdre Maguire
Tonight, we have the honor of welcoming the extraordinary Deirdre Maguire. Deirdre courageously shares her compelling journey, from navigating the heartbreaking loss of her father to suicide, to bravely opting out of chemotherapy, and instead crafting her stress solution.
Her inspiring work involves empowering individuals to transform their thought patterns, fostering greater happiness and fulfillment in life.
Deirdre's Website: https://www.deirdremaguire.com
Samaritans: Confidential support and helplines for mental health challenges.
Crisis : Free, confidential crisis support
Headspace: Guided meditation and mindfulness for stress reduction and well-being.
Vegas Baby: with Bear & Scully
In this episode its our Vegas Special!
Tune in with us for some laughs and hear how our "thought out plans" went downhill very fast! From meeting two Floyd Mayweather's to giving Chris Eubank Jr some friendly advice, we done it all!
I Robbed my Cat Charity of €27,500 to feed my Gambling Addiction! with Eoin Collins
In today's episode, we're joined by Eoin Collins, who bravely shares his journey from viewing gambling as a social pastime to the harrowing moments of using funds meant for a cat charity to fuel his bets. Eoin's sheds light on the slippery slope of addiction and the startling transformation from leisure to obsession.
Remember, if you or someone you know needs support with gambling addiction, here are some helpful gambling addiction helplines and sites:
GamCare: Visit www.gamcare.org.uk or call the helpline at 0808 8020 133.
BeGambleAware: Access resources at www.begambleaware.org or call the National Gambling Helpline at 0808 8020 133.
Gambling Therapy: Find support at www.gamblingtherapy.org to connect with a community and access resources for overcoming gambling addiction.
"Radical" Sexual Education in our Schools: With Glenn Beattie
In this episode, we are joined with Glenn Beattie, a prominent member of United Parental Action—a dedicated group staunchly opposed to what they perceive as the "radical" educational approaches infiltrating schools in 2024.
Glenn, offers his perspectives and convictions surrounding the transformative nature of the teachings and their potential impact on established cultural norms.
Join us as we delve deep into Glenn's compelling discourse on the evolving landscape of education and its implications for societal values.
Misdiagnosed, 3 Open Brain Surgeries, 19 Blood Transfusions and I'm Still Here: with Lynette
Lynette McHendry's remarkable journey, misdiagnosis, three open brain surgeries, a double mastectomy, and 19 blood transfusions, will be shared with us.
Prepare to be deeply moved and inspired as we hear her story, this is an episode you don't want to miss!
Macmillan Cancer Support: Website - www.macmillan.org.uk
Cancer Research UK: Website - www.cancerresearchuk.org
CancerHelp UK (provided by Cancer Research UK): Website - www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer
For breast cancer support:
Breast Cancer Now: Website - www.breastcancernow.org
The Haven (specialists in breast cancer support): Website - www.thehaven.org.uk
My Ex Husband is Destroying my Girls Lives: with Lorraine Fulton
In this episode, we are honored to have Lorraine Fulton as our guest, taking us on an emotionally profound journey through her story.
Lorraine bravely opens up about her personal odyssey, recounting her escape from an abusive relationship and the ongoing challenges she has encountered in dealing with her former partner. From the disturbing instances of her ex force-feeding her children to the heartbreaking account of him attempting to restrict even the most basic necessities, like the amount of toilet paper they can use. All the while, he cynically evokes "mental health grounds" as a tactic to "get off work" and "get out of paying for the children".
Please be aware that the content in this episode may be distressing for some viewers, and viewer discretion is advised.
If you or anyone you know is feeling overwhelmed, please don't hesitate to reach out, we have added some helpful helplines below.
National Domestic Abuse Helpline: Call 0808 2000 247 for confidential support, advice, and information on domestic abuse. This helpline is available 24/7.
NSPCC Helpline: If you have concerns about a child's safety or welfare, you can call the NSPCC helpline at 0808 800 5000. This helpline operates 24/7 and can offer advice and support.
Samaritans: For emotional support, including mental health concerns, call Samaritans at 116 123. Samaritans offers a listening ear 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Mind Infoline: If you need information and support related to mental health, contact Mind Infoline at 0300 123 3393. They provide guidance on various mental health issues and are available during weekdays.
Women's Aid: Women experiencing domestic abuse can contact Women's Aid at 0808 2000 247. This organization offers support, advice, and safe spaces for women and children experiencing abuse.