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An empowering movement to help you combat your excuses, take control of your life, write your own story & most importantly Find Your Voice.
Whatever your current situation is telling you, it is not the end. It is just a chapter or page in the book of your life. This podcast will interview people from all walks of life who have faced, adversity, anxiety, grief, death, depression, family loss etc but have found a way to persevere and win. They have found their voice & have now started to write their own story.
It will also demonstrate to you that with the right mindset and correct action you too can really start taking control of your life and finding your way in life, at whatever it is that makes you happy.
Finding your voice is about showcasing your true self and making decisions for you, not to please others. It is a metaphor for finding your purpose in life and taking full responsibility and accountability for your future.
It's always been a goal to change the world, but I can't do this alone. I need your help. Join the movement and let’s share our stories to not only find our own voices, but to help others too.
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Find Your Voic‪e‬ Aren Deu

    • Mental Health
    • 5.0 • 42 Ratings

An empowering movement to help you combat your excuses, take control of your life, write your own story & most importantly Find Your Voice.
Whatever your current situation is telling you, it is not the end. It is just a chapter or page in the book of your life. This podcast will interview people from all walks of life who have faced, adversity, anxiety, grief, death, depression, family loss etc but have found a way to persevere and win. They have found their voice & have now started to write their own story.
It will also demonstrate to you that with the right mindset and correct action you too can really start taking control of your life and finding your way in life, at whatever it is that makes you happy.
Finding your voice is about showcasing your true self and making decisions for you, not to please others. It is a metaphor for finding your purpose in life and taking full responsibility and accountability for your future.
It's always been a goal to change the world, but I can't do this alone. I need your help. Join the movement and let’s share our stories to not only find our own voices, but to help others too.
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    Dealing with Miscarriages and being told you can't have children - A mans perspective

    Dealing with Miscarriages and being told you can't have children - A mans perspective

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    Dealing with Miscarriages and being told you can't have children - A mans perspective with Tristan Hardman-Dodd
    "Noone said it was going to be easy" By Tristan Hardman-Dodd
    As parents, future parents and people who love children and the idea of one day raising them, we can all take something away from this episode. Tristan bravely shares the miscarriages he and his partner have had to deal with, along with the devastating news that they won't be able to conceive and have a baby.
    There are no words that I can write here that can give as much impact as the words he speaks on today's podcast. I encourage you all to reach out to Tristan if you ever need to speak about such issues and know you are not alone, to blame and able to move past this, with time and healing.
    Links to me:
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/findyourvoicepodcast
    Website: https://www.healthxcel.com
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/findyourvoicepodcast/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/arendeu
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aren.singh
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    Instagram: https://instagram.com/speak_up_on_anxiety


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    • 56 min
    The Spotlight Effect is ruining your chances of happiness

    The Spotlight Effect is ruining your chances of happiness

    The Spotlight effect - The spotlight effect is the phenomenon in which people tend to believe they are being noticed more than they really are. Being that one is constantly in the center of one's own world, an accurate evaluation of how much one is noticed by others is uncommon. The reason for the spotlight effect is the innate tendency to forget that although one is the center of one's own world, one is not the center of everyone else's. This tendency is especially prominent when one does something atypical.
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    Links to me:
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/theanxiousinvestor
    Website: https://www.healthxcel.com
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/findyourvoicepodcast/
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    Transcript:
    welcome to an episode of find your voice a movement led by yours truly Aaron do a guy who was overcome crippling anxiety adversity and difficulty like so many of you in life whose main goal now is to help you combat your excuses take control of your life write your own story and most importantly find your voice so now without further ado I welcome the host of the show himself Mr Aaron do what's going on a run thank you so so much for tuning in to another episode of finding your voice my name is iron and as always I am the host of the show so today I just want a few minutes of your time just to speak about something that I think is really really important and something that I actually do not it was a natural name for it maybe you don't know either and I think hopefully at least I hope and my fingers are crossed that the end of the next few minutes you're gonna know something that will hopefully change the trajectory of at least twenty twenty one but definitely your life what I want to speak about is the spot light effect now this is a term that's used by social psychologists to refer to the tendency that we won't have to over estimate how much other people notice about us in other words yes we tend to think there was a spotlight on us at all times highlighted all of our mistakes and floors for the world to see now if you happens I eat %HESITATION you over thank then the spotlight effect definitely pays as part of your day and it certainly paid his paw throughout many years of my own life so I'm telling you this well for a few reasons actually the first is that how do I always believe that the spotlight if it was true for myself and that seven billion people in the world we're constantly looking at me wait for me to make mistakes wait for me to start a way for me to say the wrong way it's for example there probably would've got started or anything one thing I hope for well t

    • 5 min
    From witnessing his fathers murder to building his own legacy Sirtaj Rahman shares his incredible story

    From witnessing his fathers murder to building his own legacy Sirtaj Rahman shares his incredible story

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    "Never look back" By Sirtaj Rahman
    A husband, a father and a professional athlete who shines his bright across his followers with his humour, candour, empathy and transparency, Sirtaj Rahman is a someone out there building his own legacy. Riddled with adversity growing up through the loss of his father which he witnessed as a ten-year-old child. Using the lessons he had learnt from his father and mother who raised him and his family, Sirtaj spends each moment trying to live without regrets and ensure his legacy is one not only would his father have been proud of, but also one that will be spoken of for many years to come.
    I urge you all to follow his journey as he is growing in influence and I hope you all have the best year ahead! It feels great to be back!
    Links to me:
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/findyourvoicepodcast
    Website: https://www.healthxcel.com
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/findyourvoicepodcast/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/arendeu
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aren.singh
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    • 44 min
    How to write your own story with Bhavik Patel

    How to write your own story with Bhavik Patel

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    "Thinking it real" By Bhavik Patel
    A fascinating conversation from someone who has now started to find his way in life, or should I say found his voice. Recognising he has always been, and still is in control of his own destiny Bhavik has made bold decisions across his life to pivot towards a life he truly wants. A life worth living and one he can be proud of, and I personally couldn't be happier to see him in such a happier place than he once was.
    Very honest in his ups and downs, Bhavik has hit the lows, to now completely having a different perspective and outcome on what it truly means to be living a fulfilled life and one that is successful in his own mind. I am so confident this will resonate with the majority of you listening today, because sometimes we have to truly sit with ourselves and understand what makes us tick and what we truly want to get out of this world.
    Please follow him in the links below and show your support and more importantly, start today to write your own story and live life on your own terms.
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    58:40 Words of wisdom to a younger self

    Links to me:
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/findyourvoicepodcast
    Website: https://www.healthxcel.com
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/findyourvoicepodcast/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/arendeu
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aren.singh
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    Links to Bhavik:
    LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhavik-patel-7866251b/
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    How to move on after losing your spouse & finding happiness again

    How to move on after losing your spouse & finding happiness again

    "Live without regret" by Rammi Janack
    A story about living without regret, embracing lifes ups as well as lifes downs and finding happiness and embracing it.
    Rammi shares a rather taboo subject, across many cultures and parts of the world, but one which must warrant some attention in today's society. Suffering the loss of the love of her life, Rammi lost her partner to Cancer which completely disrupted her life. Having needing to navigate the dynamics of the relationship change, to understanding that she was experiencing loss, even before the loss came about, Rammi went on a journey that really forced her to grow through life.
    With many of us, finding happiness is not always achievable, but Rammi was given a second chance, when she then met her partner today, with whom they have a lovely family together with. A taboo scenario, often wrongly judged by people without real context, Rammi found the second love of her life. Happening quite soon after in terms of months, the truth is, there was a lot more to understand about Rammis transition from being a widow into her second family and this story will in so many ways, teach us to be grateful, happier, shift our perspectives and more importantly never judge others for wanting to be happy.
    I sincerely hope you get a chance to listen all the way through as this episode has helped me personally understand a lot about grief and i wish nothing but love and success to Rammi and her family today, and my thoughts and prayers go out to Ty, may god rest his soul.

    Links to Rammi: https://instagram.com/rammi_682?igshid=zrvv92ndgl93
    Links to me:
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/findyourvoicepodcast
    Website: https://www.healthxcel.com
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/findyourvoicepodcast/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/arendeu
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aren.singh
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    • 1 hr 41 min
    5 Ways to Avoid Panic Attacks #123

    5 Ways to Avoid Panic Attacks #123

    5 Ways to Avoid Panic Attacks
    TRANSCRIPT FROM SHOW:
    So for anyone listening in the UK we are now undergoing a second lockdown, one which I know will have adverse effects on peoples mental and physical wellbeing, but sadly we are unable to do change the situation we are in. 
    Therefore, it is essential we all try to at least make the best of the situation and I sincerely hope you all come out of this lockdown, whenever that may be happier, more fulfilled and most importantly healthier too.
    Now of course that may seem a stretch, but I am certain we can use this time to reflect, heal or even just active with walks and runs to really allow ourselves to realign and focus for hopefully a nice Christmas or a much better 2021.
    But anyways, I thought I would do some solo episodes over this period for which I hope you will find value from.
    And todays episode will be around Panic Attacks.
    The term panic attack has been getting misused a LOT recently. People tend to use it loosely — but a panic attack is a very specific kind of experience. This is when you suddenly feel an overwhelming amount of stress. It may come from the mind, but it can cause intense physical reactions such as chills or hot flashes, nausea, numbness, shakes, dizziness or in the worst of cases, a temporary loss of consciousness.
    Full Video version: https://youtu.be/0XMl3gZGC84

    Frequent panic attacks can become a hindrance in your daily life. But there are ways to control them, too. Here are 5 ways To Prevent Panic Attacks:
    1. Deep breaths
    Breathing is the way our bodies get oxygen. When you’re starting to get anxious, one of the first things that happen is that your breathing gets irregular, shorter, even if you don’t realise it. This limits the amount of oxygen that makes it to your brain — triggering a stress response that can fling you into a panic attack.
    When you begin to feel anxious, the first thing you should do is do some breathing exercises. This is one that doesn’t require remembering anything, you just need to listen to your body,
    Breathe in slowly through your nose, until you take a full belly breath.
    Breathe out just as slowly through your mouth,
    You’ll feel tingles in your chest and ears, that’s the anxiety leaving with each breath.
    Repeat until you feel better (it can take a few minutes, keep at it, you’ll get there)
    2. Catch it early on
    It’s easier to stop a panic attack at it’s earlier stages. If you’ve struggled with anxiety and panic attacks for a while, chances are you know the early signs of one. These signs are different for everybody. Some experience an irregular heart rate as their first sign, some have trouble breathing, others experience dizziness that slowly gets worse until they pass out.
    If you can figure out where your panic attack begins, you can immediately jump into breathing exercises and calm yourself down before it gets to an actual panic attack. With time, you can learn how to avoid them before the first signs even show up!
    3. Close your eyes
    If you’re in a very busy environment with too much going on, the stimulation from the environment can make your panic attack come on a lot faster. Since this is usually in public places you can’t exactly resort to someplace that feels safe like your bedroom, the next best thing is to close your eyes and take yourself “out” of the environment.
    Then, you’re only dealing with the noise, inside and outside of your head. Here, you revert back to simple breathing exercises, slowly relax your shoulder, unclench your hands and try to make your mind and body relax.
    Try to envision the anxiety travelling from your mind, down through your shoulder, making its way out of your body through your feet. This will stop a panic attack right in its tracks.
    4. Go to your happy place
    Panic attacks can be brought on by a lot of things. Often, it’s because you just have too many

    • 7 min

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42 Ratings

Laura Cole ,

Incredible insight

This podcast has an incredible insight on a plethora of topics. I am so grateful I was introduced to it.

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Wow

What a motivational podcast. Some the episodes provide a real and raw look into someone’s life and how they came over their challenges. Others force you to look within yourself to find happiness or to escape the mindset of getting more means happiness because their will never be enough ‘more’. Some of the topics just hit you in ways you can identify with and wholeheartedly make you want to improve yourself and wellbeing. Thank you so much for doing this podcast. This is a must subscribe podcast! -RMK

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