A Cuppa With.. It starts with a conversation and a brew. To understand each other, we need to be heard.
A Cuppa With.. Ep. 92. 6 tips through lockdown.
These are not times our generation or several before have ever been through. And like many I'm not going to deny I've had my struggles at times. Knowing this I want to share my 6 tips to how I manage through. Remembering we're all human so what works for one, might not necessarily work for another. But hopefully at least one can help. Stay safe and look after you and your loved ones.
A Cuppa With.. Ep 91. Nearly giving up the podcast and reconnecting.
Vulnerability has never been easy, especially when I've spent most my life in fight or flight. Finding out one thing, like my dyslexia, can lead to a whole can of worms opening and unimaginable emotions flowing out. Realising you are so far off your path and if you still want to do the things you are doing, because you never fully trusted yourself is hard. But it's an opportunity to reconnect. This is me being open to you all. I hope you're all well and looking after yourself.
A Cuppa With Ep. 90. Kayleigh from Kayleighandherfriends. Body positvity, one label does not fit all
Body positivity. What is it? Who does it include? Well, as my guest put, it's everybody. Because we all have a body. Body positivity is people being positive about their body. And to do that you have to first be happy with the body you have. Kayleigh delves in to her story and journey to why she is so passionate for change. After listening, You'll be hopefully left feeling more positive about yourself and your body.
A Cuppa With.. Ep. 89. To parent or not to parent. Is it any of your business?
Just because you can. Doesn't mean you want to or in some cases should. I meet so many women that look sheepish when you're talking about family or kids in normal conversations. Just because they don't want to explain again that they don't want children or in some cases, can't. So many people ask when are you gonna have kids? Like that's it. The bee all and end all of a relationship. But the word when, has so many implications. But essentially it comes down to, its nobodies business. If you want kids great, if you don't great. If you can't I'm sorry and hope you're well and if you can't and don't want any, that's great as well. You know why it's all good. Because as long as the person is OK. That's all that matters. Stop asking when they're going to have a little person and start seeing the person they already are.
A Cuppa With.. Ep. 88. The stories we tell ourselves.
Our inner monologue is the most powerful conversation we have. Simply because there's nothing to stop it, unless we say it out loud and why would we. We believe it to be true, so don't question it. Just lately I've realised my inner monologue has been telling me a story that I believed was true, even though something inside of me felt off. What happens when you realise it's been wrong. And wrong for a while. It changes your view on everything, including yourself. I said I'd always be honest within my podcast. So here it is. Thank you for listening.
A Cuppa With.. Ep. 87. A new stigma. Grouping and self diagnosis in mental health.
Disclaimer; these are only my opinions gathered from my experiences and the voices of others. A new stigma seems to of arisen from the mental health movement. We are now able to speak about it but, there's seems to be a new stigma from the ability to speak on the subject. From self diagnosis, grouping, influencers, what is "in" and what diagnosis are accepted and what are not, there is a lot to this topic. This is me giving my opinions, while offering a view on how to change it.
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I Love Lynne’s Podcast!!! ❤️🔥❤️ I love the soothing sound of her voice and her transparency. Her conversations are heart touching. As a nervous guest sharing my story, she made me feel very welcome and I learned so much from Lynne. She gave me a deeper understanding of the trauma that I have been through. I’m always having “A Cuppa Aha-moments” as I listen to the Conversations.
I believe that everyone has a story to tell, a message to share. ♥️ Thank you for being real and creating Powerful Heart Spoken Conversations.
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❤️ Debbie Ortiz
Mental health is difficult thing for people to discuss. I love seeing that you’re bringing these hard conversations out of the shadows and into the light. We need more people who are willing to discuss their feelings and their trauma. Shannon was such an interesting guest and I really enjoyed the easy flow of conversation between you two. I learned a lot and am glad to know that I’m not alone. Thanks for making these podcasts. You’re helping me and so many others too.