Welcome to No Really, I'm Fine. A mental health podcast which sheds a light on peoples' daily struggle with mental health and telling the world you're not alone.We're returning for a limited series during the Coronavirus pandemic to provide you help and support during the crisis.We be make mental health the conversation. We want to hear about you, break the stigma, we want to share and listen.Journalists Gemma Sherlock, Kate Lally and Michael Pearson host the podcast and they'll guide you through a variety of topics on mental health and wellbeing.Make sure you follow us on Twitter at @ImFinePodcast_ and if you want to share your story email firstname.lastname@example.org
'Mind Over Money', a Brand New Podcast from NRIF!
Thanks for checking out the trailer for our new show 'Mind Over Money! We teamed up with NatWest to bring you a podcast that aims to tackle the issue of Financial Wellbeing. Brought to you by the creators of 'No Really, I'm Fine' and hosted by Gemma Sherlock!
Denise Welch talks about life with her 'unwelcome visitor'
This week, Gemma talks to Denise Welch about Mental health, postnatal depression, alcoholism and her new book 'The unwelcome visitor'. Denise opens up about her life, spending 20 years struggling to get a diagnoses, life with a family in the entertainment industry, and of course life in lockdown.
Bessie Turner on Mental Health and being a Musician
This week Matt (Producer) stands in and talks to Bessie Turner. Bessie is a musician and has been incredibly open about her mental health. They talk about music, growing up, loss, and medication, and how they are all linked together in some way.
Pregnancy and me (Kate Lynch)
Kate Lynch, a former host of the No Really, I’m Fine podcast catches up with Gemma on what she’s been up to since she took a break from the show. The new mum explains to us how she felt during pregnancy, the impact it had on her mental health and how she is coping now with her newborn son Billy as they adjust to lockdown life.
Rachel Pearson talks about Life with Emetophobia
In today's episode, Gemma talks to Rachel Pearson about Emetophobia, the fear of vomiting. Rachel tells us about how extreme this illness from childhood trauma, not being able to sleeping in her own bed to her ongoing journey through treatment.
Comedian and actress Lindzi Germain on how she's laughed her way through the lockdown
If you live anywhere near Merseyside you'll know the name Lindzi Germain, the hilarious actress and comedian has been entertaining crowds across the country for decades and is a Mersey Icon.
During lockdown, she's been entertaining hundreds of thousands of people on social media with her online lockdown series across various groups on Facebook.
She tells us how laughing has been key to staying positive during the lockdown and also talks about how she's been staying body positive during this unique time.
Note - Michael and Lindzi are friends and some of the topics discussed include Lindzi using her body image for her comedy in a positive way.
We realise that some of our audience may be at different stages of their journey when it comes to body positivity so if you are struggling with some of the themes discussed, there is help out there.
We’ve teamed up with Beat the UK’s eating disorder charity which has an online support group called The Sanctuary, which is open every day and is a safe space to share concerns or struggles relating to lockdown and the pandemic.
For support, you’re best to head to their website where they’ve set up a dedicated coronavirus help page. You can find out more at https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/coronavirus
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