I have really embraced Pod Casts over the last few years, they accompany me on my runs, sleepless nights, on long car rides, when I am in the kitchen pretending to know how to cook quinoa and perhaps mostly when I am just sitting on the couch not folding the washing. I have made a list of some of my favourites below, and if you have any to add then please leave a comment or contact me and I will add them on. Oh and I can’t for the life of me figure out how to link to iTunes, but for now just pop the title in your App Store search bar and it should come up somewhere along the way!
In almost a ‘blog on tape’ the wonderful JP aka ‘Jamoalki’ shares his personal journey with chronic major depression and suicidal ideation. I find this podcast highly relatable and easy to listen to.
Comedian Paul Gilmartin interviews celebrities & listeners about a their stories covering a huge variety of Mental Health topics. Paul also reads listener surveys which makes you realise that no matter what quirky, wonderful, weird and scary things you have thought about, fantasised about or freaked out over, you are not alone.
Australia’s Radio National discusses a variety of mental health topics through people’s personal stories and interviews with mental health professionals.
Online women’s magazine turned pod cast, comedians discussing important current events in a hilarious manner.
Aussie Mummy Blogess extraordinaire’s Mrs Woog & Kym Berry chat about all sorts stuff that might be affecting the peri menopausal amongst us, from current events in the news to night sweats. With these two hilarious girls at the helm, you can be guaranteed to spit your caffeine free, almond milk, chai latte out of your nose at least once per episode.
Radio personality Ryan John discusses the stresses of deciding whether or not to pro create.
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