The psychology of pain, with Dr. Gary Keil

The psychology of pain, with Dr. Gary Keil

Pain is interesting. At least I find it interesting. And I guess that comes from my work in helping women prepare for birth. Pain comes up a lot! In fact it comes up too much in my opinion. More than it should do. And this is because a fear of pain is probably one of...
Is being an introvert fixed? Or can we change?

Is being an introvert fixed? Or can we change?

This week on the podcast I’m exploring the idea of being an introvert or extrovert, and I’m asking the question “Is it fixed? Or can we change?” I don’t often hear extroverts wanting to change, but I do often come across introverts not...

Introverts and extroverts, can we change?

I’d like to talk about extroverts and introverts and my theory that they are both results of experiencing head trash. And actually, we are all destined to be ambiverts, which is the term given for people who are a bit of both, and that those that are stuck at...
Healing your mother wound, with Rev Chelle

Healing your mother wound, with Rev Chelle

The mother wound is a new term for me, but the minute I heard it, it made so much sense. I knew immediately that whatever it was, I had it! Well, let’s face it, we all have it. I was intrigued as to how it would show up in our day-to-day lives. I’ve done a...

The Mother Wound, with Rev Chelle

On today’s podcast, we’ve got a really interesting topic that we’re going to be sharing with you. Today I’m going to be talking about the mother wound with a fabulous guest called Rev Chelle. Now, the mother wound is something that affects all...