This series is for anyone who has voluntarily or involuntarily found themselves childless and is looking for signs out there that life gets better! If you are sick and tired of that same old tune in your head that sounds something like 'the only happy ending involves having children,' you are in the right place. It is time to rewrite that happy ending. Join me as we hear honest, open, warm stories from inspirational men and women from all over the world who have found their happy endings and are thriving. Think of us as all part of an awesome club that you never wanted to join in the first place. But you have found your self here anyway and this podcast is the secret knock, so come on in. You are most welcome!
Happily Ever After: Challenging the Fairy Tale Narrative
This is not a new full length episode, but instead an invitation to join me for a live webinar THIS TUESDAY 9 July, 2019 at 7:00pm London time / 2:00pm New York Time / 11:00am LA time.
This session is not directed solely towards those who are struggling to find happiness without children but for anyone seeking peace with a life that has not turned quite as expected or as planned. So…everyone!
Episode 16: Sheila and I Get Frank About Mother’s Day
Today is Mother’s Day in the UK. The chat you’re about to hear was the first interview I recorded for this podcast series, which was intentionally done on Mother’s Day. Sheila and I discuss where we are, in our journeys and how we have reclaimed Mother’s Day as a day we no longer feel we have to hide from.
Please e-mail me at email@example.com. You can also find me on Patreon, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter if you search happilyeverafterpodcast.
Episode 15: A Chat with Zarina Mahmood About Miscarriages, Unwanted Childlessness and Acceptance
In this episode, Zarina is so articulate in her pain, so delicate with her words and so achingly honest, here are parts of this interview that might be difficult to hear. I owe Zarina a lot for saying things I couldn’t say and for grabbing me and holding me close to her story, even though we had only just met. Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org Find me at www.happilyeveraftercoach.com or on Patreon, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter if you search happilyeverafterpodcast.
Episode 14: A Chat With Greg Betzwieser About Childfree Freedoms, Self Healing and Being Brought Up Catholic
Most of my guests have tried to have their own children but have now made peace and found happiness in a life that does not involve their own children. Greg Betzweizer, my guest this week decided with his wife to not have children. Greg speaks candidly about how he can be a better son and husband if he is not also a father. You can reach me at email@example.com or www.happilyeveraftercoach.com or on Patreon, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter if you search happilyeverafterpodcast
Episode 13: A Chat With Jo Dale Ford About Living Childfree, Destiny and Finding The One
I am speaking with my friend Jo and if you haven’t listened to episode 12, in which I speak with Jo’s husband Al, I highly recommend you check that one out too. Just by chance and circumstance, Al and Jo did not find one another until the chances of having their own children had become very slim.
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org or at www.happilyeveraftercoach.com. You can also find me on Patreon, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter if you search happilyeverafterpodcast.
Episode 12: A Chat With Al Ford About Childlessness, Sobriety, and Gratitude At Christmas
This interview is with Al Ford, a very close friend of both my husband’s and myself. Since I met Al 12 years ago, Robin and I have gotten married and had our struggles with miscarriages, Al has got himself sober, found the love of his life and got married. Tune in for episode 13 in which I speak with Al's wife Jo. They are a spectacular couple. Contact me at email@example.com or www.happilyeveraftercoach.com, on Patreon, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter if you search happilyeverafterpodc
This podcast has been so helpful through an extremely difficult time. Shannon has an incredible gift. She is down to earth, humorous, and insightful. I do hope she continues to keep this podcast going. Thank you Shannon and to all the people that opened up to you. ❤️
Shannon’s conversations have been a comfort to my wife and me and we hope she will continue producing these wonderfully compassionate podcasts.
Authenticity without melodrama
Shannon tackles infertility with raw honesty — and without being unbearabaly sad. As someone who may still decide to have children, I found this podcast enlightening. I learned how to talk to others about childlessness with empathy and consideration. No one should feel they have to hide their experiences from others and I'm glad this podcast is helping to make childlessness less taboo and giving those suffering a place to turn.