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When someone you love is struggling with addiction, it doesn’t just impact that person. It impacts the whole friends and family network. Your life becomes filled with worry, stress, frustration and anticipation, which can chip away at your physical, mental and emotional health. Strained relationships, financial difficulties, and increased risk of abuse are only the tip of the iceberg as your life becomes consumed by their problems. But if we can’t walk away, how do we cope? How do we set healthy boundaries? How do we stop something bad from happening without succumbing to enabling? How do we make sure we don’t neglect the rest of the family, as we’ve been focussing all our efforts on the addicted person? How do we look after ourselves? Counsellor, psychotherapist and addiction expert Taner Hassan has over fifteen years experience specializing in Substance Misuse Addiction, Sex Addiction, Porn Addiction and Alcohol Addiction. Taner has worked within the NHS, Community Drug & Alcohol services and addiction and mental health rehabs; working tirelessly, not only with the person in addiction, but also with the family members in addiction. Today’s episode is for those of you who have someone in your life, that you love, who is battling with any kind of addiction. This might also be helpful to share with anyone you know who is an addict to help them see how it affects you and your mental health.   To work with Taner and to find out more about his services: To follow Taner on instagram: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
Your body's "biological clock," or 24-hour cycle (circadian rhythm) can be disrupted by a number of factors from too much technology time, not getting enough natural light, working night shifts, a partner who snores, jetlag, children, external sound distractions… the list goes on. Interrupted, or not long enough sleep, can cause a negative impact on our health, happiness and wellbeing; with varying symptoms from mild to severe. Professor Russell Foster is Head of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, the founding Director of the Sleep and Circadian Research Institute (SCNi) and is a Fellow of Brasenose College, University of Oxford. He is also author of 'Life Time: The New Science of the Body Clock, and How It Can Revolutionize Your Sleep and Health' and is regarded as a world-leading expert on circadian neuroscience. Circadian rhythms are physical, mental, and behavioral changes that follow a 24-hour cycle. Professor Foster studies how circadian rhythms and sleep are generated and regulated and the impact across the health spectrum when these systems fail.  Why do we feel more emotional when we don’t get enough sleep? Why are some people early birds, others night owls? And can one turn into the other? Is it ok to take sleeping aids such as medication or alcohol? Does the use of blackout blinds help or hinder our natural sleep-wake cycle? And why do most mental health illnesses change the way we sleep? Professor Foster shares all the science and research based facts around these common questions, dispelling the myths whilst explaining how a well regulated body clock can drastically improve our quality of life, health and happiness. To download the free My Possible Self App: Life Time: The New Science of the Body Clock, and How It Can Revolutionize Your Sleep and Health is available to purchase in most places.
When we look at a female’s reproductive health (the health of an individual's reproductive system during all stages of their life), there is a lot going on! And while we have made great progress in openly discussing topics that have historically been conducted in hushed tones, or not spoken about at all, there is still a lot of confusion and embarrassment around certain areas. Good sexual and reproductive health is important for quality of life for all people. And we know all too well, if we keep worries and concerns bottled up, this takes its toll on our mental health and state of wellbeing. Dr Brooke Vandermolen is on a mission to talk openly and informatively about women’s health and parenthood. A practicing NHS Obstetrics and Gynaecology doctor, as well a popular medical content creator, under the handle the @theobgynmum Brooke’s evidence-based information has taken the internet by storm, smashing down taboos and reassuring thousands of women about their reproductive and sexual health. Should we be using feminine hygiene products, what is a ‘normal menstrual cycle’, can diet really affect fertility, what if I don’t have a symmetrical looking vulva, is it ok to have a bit of discharge every day, should I get the HPV Vaccine even though I’ve already started having sex, and why are our emotions so influenced by our reproductive organs… Dr Brooke sits down with host Gabby to cover all this and more.   For more on Dr Brooke Vandermolen: To follow Dr Brooke on instagram: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
Surveys from around the world find that males everywhere are reluctant to talk about their mental health. Could the dangerous effects of toxic masculinity, the way men are culturally trained and socially pressured to behave, be the main underlying reason why?  In a world heavily influenced by the projections of film, the media and social media, what does it mean to be ‘a real man’? And if you don’t fit the definition of, what does that make you?   Alex Holmes, is an award-winning mental health podcaster, writer, mental health coach, trainee therapist and workshop leader. Alex has spoken extensively on the mental health of men and boys, taking an intersectional approach by looking at the impacts of gender, race, sexuality, and ability on our mental wellbeing. Alex is also author of ‘Time To Talk: How Men Think About Love, Belonging, and Connection’, which highlights some of the areas men struggle to open up about most, whilst debunking masculinity myths and explaining why '’Manning Up" is NOT the answer. Alex and host Gabby look at some of the dangerous definitions of what it means to be a man among men in today’s society. They also explore why so many men feel it’s better to suffer in silence and bottle up their emotions rather than communicate. Alex shares gentle advice on what anyone can do to support a man who may be struggling, thus helping to change the narrative that vulnerability isn’t rooted in weakness, but in strength.  For more on Alex Holmes, his podcast, courses and book: To download the free My Possible Self App:
Grief and Loss affects nearly all people at some point in their life. Not only do we have to go through it, we have to experience loved ones go through it too. The pain and suffering can be excruciating and highly traumatic. And we can grieve in different ways, presenting a variety of symptoms and emotions including: shock and numbness, overwhelming sadness (with lots of crying), tiredness or exhaustion, anger and guilt. Alex Mammadeeyarov is a psychotherapist from New York who offers therapy for grief, relationships, & personal growth. In this episode of The Happier Life Project Alex offers comfort and advice for the grieving, sharing her expert wisdom as a grief counselor. Bereavement is the main reason for grief and loss, but there are other reasons we can mourn a loss too, such as; the end of a relationship (romantic or friendship), losing a job or changes in financial security, changes in health, losing someone to addiction… The death of a loved one is the predominant theme in Alex’s conversation with host Gabby, but the other reasons for why we grieve are also discussed too. Please note, this episode contains content that some listeners may find upsetting due to the subject matter. Please proceed gently and with self-compassion. If you are in need of some professional medical advice, the crisis button on the My Possible Self app offers a directory of expert helplines. For more on Alex Mammadyarov: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
We see it on TV, in movies, read about it in books, listen to it in songs… the kind of friendships that stand the test of time, weather all of life's challenges and have each other’s back to the bitter end. But in reality not everyone is lucky enough to have a 'bff' or a circle of close friends, especially as we get older. According to research suggests that loneliness is associated with an increased risk of certain mental health problems, including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, sleep problems and increased stress. But there might be many reasons why people lack friends. Some may want more friends, while others are satisfied with fewer social connections. Some people may stick with friends that aren’t good friends at all... and can end up feeling lonelier than ever as a result. Lane Moore is an award-winning comedian, writer, actor, and musician. She received a GLAAD award for her groundbreaking work expanding Cosmopolitan's queer coverage when she was the sex and relationships editor. Her rock band “It Was Romance” has been praised everywhere from Pitchfork to Vogue, and The New York Times called her hugely popular comedy show "Tinder Live” ingenious. Lane’s debut book is the highly praised "How to Be Alone’ If You Want To, and Even If You Don't" and she has just released her second manuscript "You Will Find Your People: How to Make Meaningful Friendships as an Adult" which, like her first, is part memoir, part self-help book. In this episode of The Happier Life Project, Lane shares with host Gabby how difficult she has found it to make deep, solid friendships, which inspired her to write "You Will Find Your People". Lane and Gabby also talk about how you have to put yourself out there if you want to widen your friendship circle and make new friends. Lane shares her advice on ways to meet new people plus how to come up with a common ground icebreaker to get the conversation going. Lane also talks about how society views people who are alone and why dog’s really are a man’s best friend. For more on Lane Moore and all her work: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
How do you cope mentally with ‘being on a diet’? Especially when most diets fail most of the time? “Chronic dieters consistently report guilt and self-blame, irritability, anxiety and depression, difficulty concentrating and fatigue. Their self-esteem is decreased by continuous feelings of failure related to ‘messing my diet up again’, leading to feelings of lack of control over one’s food choices and further life in general. Diets imply restriction. Psychologically, dietary restraint can lead to greater reactivity to food cues, increased cravings and disinhibition, and overeating and binge eating.” Linder Centre of Hope. Dr William Li is an internationally renowned physician, researcher, scientist and author of the New York Times bestseller “Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself.” Dr Li's groundbreaking work has led to the development of more than 30 new medical treatments for more than 70 diseases including cancer, diabetes, blindness, heart disease and obesity. And his TED Talk, “Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?” has racked up over 11 million views. In Dr Li’s latest book, “Eat to Beat Your Diet: Burn Fat, Heal Your Metabolism, and Live Longer” he breaks down how to use food to recruit good fat to burn away bad fat, offering 150 metabolism-healing foods to add to your diet. Psychology is an important aspect of all behaviors, and weight loss is no exception. In this fascinating conversation with host Gabby, Dr Li explains how by eating well and taking back control of your eating window, you can master your cravings, lose harmful fat, increase your lifespan and overall health. Dr Li also shares some groundbreaking new research on metabolism and dispels common food and diet myths. For more on Dr William Li, his courses and books: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
Sleep, or lack of, disturbs the whole family. Parents that are struggling to get, or keep, their child asleep can feel confused, stressed and exhausted … which inevitably the child picks up on. And for children, the effects of sleep deprivation can lead to lifelong problems. Studies have shown that kids who regularly get an adequate amount of sleep have improved attention, behavior, learning, memory, and overall mental and physical health. Whereas not getting enough sleep can lead to high blood pressure, obesity, depression and learning problems. Navigating a child's sleeping schedule can be incredibly challenging, but achieving good sleep for both parent and baby is a crucial component of emotional, mental, cognitive and physical health. Lucy Wolfe, is a leading sleep consultant and author of the best-selling books: The Baby Sleep Solution and All About the Baby Sleep Solution. Lucy works with parents on a one-to-one basis, providing a bespoke sleeping plan, together with quality guidance, support, relational safety, and compassion. Lucy is also the resident sleep contributor on Virgin Media One's breakfast show in Ireland, a regular media contributor and has a strong presence on social media with a large following. In this episode of The Happier Life project, host Gabby asks Lucy for her thoughts on areas that divide a lot of parents such as co-sleeping, sweet comfort treats before bedtime and whether to let their infant cry themselves to sleep when trying to get down for the night in their own room. Lucy also talks about why implementing a regular morning routine gives parents the best shot for creating a successful bedtime routine - whilst sharing the foundations for what her ideal bedtime routine for families would look like. For more on Lucy, her courses and books: To download the free My Possible Self App:
An Anxiety Disorder is one of, if not the, biggest mental health problem in the world. Every human has feelings of anxiety during their life. But when our anxiety gets hyperactive, this anxiety can turn into a disorder and make it a lot more difficult to get through the day.  Leading anxiety expert Kimberley Quinlan, LMFT, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in Anxiety, OCD (and related disorders), and eating disorders. Kimberley is also author of The Self-Compassion Workbook for OCD, founder of and host of the 'Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast', a podcast aimed at providing mindfulness-based tools for anxiety, OCD and depression.  Kimberley is passionate about advocating for those with Mental Health Disorders and joining host Gabby assures you can reclaim your life from an anxiety disorder and overcome chronic anxiety. She also shares her personal top 3 non-negotiables that she has in her own anxiety toolkit and explains why self-compassion and self-care is crucial in recovery. Topics included in this conversation include catastrophizing, fear, panic, our inner critic, internet anxiety, health anxiety, sleep anxiety, when it’s other people that make you anxious… and the tiny shifts we can make to put us on the path to being free from the clutches of anxiety.   To find out more about Kimberley Quinlan: This is Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast: To download the free My Possible Self App:
According to the school of “Many of us spend a large part of our lives, in one way or another, feeling stuck - that is in a state where a strong desire to move forward on an issue meets with an equally strong compulsion to stay fixed where one is.” Whether that’s in our career, relationships, friendships, family, ambitions, struggles, addictions, we hit a wall and can’t see past it. Feeling stuck can make us feel frustrated, down, trapped, unmotivated, and we blame and shame ourselves for feeling this way. Britt Frank is a licensed psychotherapist and trauma expert, speaker, and author of 'The Science of Stuck: Breaking Through Inertia to Find Your Path'. And according to Britt, if you are feeling stuck, the good news is, you’re not lazy, crazy, or unmotivated. Your brain is NOT your enemy... it’s actually on your side! In this episode of The Happier Life Project, Britt explains how anxiety plays such an important role in stuckness and why it’s so important to differentiate between critical awareness and critical self talk. Britt and host Gabby, also discuss why so many people feel trapped and stuck in the workplace and why boredom could be a sign of burnout. Britt shares expert advice on how to break through restlessness, along with simple actionable steps on how to get unstuck. She also talks about how unprocessed parts of our childhood could be the reason we find ourselves stuck in adult life, plus why our brains shut down and cause us to procrastinate. To find out more about Britt Frank and The Science of Stuck: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
Have you ever wondered what a yoga retreat is like? Maybe it’s something you’ve always quite fancied but haven’t got round to? Perhaps you’re curious, but with so many to choose from unsure where to start? Or if you’re new to yoga, you might find yourself a little intimidated even though you think it sounds fun!? In this episode of The Happier Life Project we are peeling back the curtain and taking you to India, the holy land of yoga, to go inside Trish Whelan’s 'Soul Medicine' kundalini yoga retreat.  A yoga retreat is a mind, body, soul vacation where you get to connect with nature, disconnect from technology, have time to reflect on your circumstances, connect with yourself and deeply nourish your body through meditation, workshops, yoga, breathwork, good food and deep sleep.  Kundalini yoga is a combination of breath, movement, and sound aimed to raise your kundalini energy. The term “Kundalini” comes from the Sanskrit word “kundal,” which means “circular.” It also refers to a coiled snake. As Kundalini energy rises, it’s believed to help balance the chakras and contribute to your spiritual wellness. Soul Adventure’s Trish Whelan is a renowned kundalini yoga teacher, shamanic healer, reiki practitioner and sound healing therapist, who leads healing retreats and programs around the world. Generously opening up the doors to her popular annual Soul Medicine retreat in Southern Goa, Trish sat down with host Gabby to teach her all about kundalini yoga. Trish share's golden advice on how to make sure you pick the right retreat for you, with an experienced teacher at the helm and they reflect on Gabby's personal journey that week. Also in the episode, Gabby speaks to other retreat goers about why they find a yoga retreat to be such a therapeutic and transformational experience. Plus, to close the episode Trish offers some healing vibrations by playing the gong, under a starlit Indian sky. To find out more about Soul Adventures, retreats, online workshops and free classes: To download the free My Possible Self App:    
Astrology is one of the branches of science that helps a person to go inwards and evaluate the life they are leading. Via the influence from the stars and planets, Astrology guides you in a positive direction by helping you to understand and recognize your moods, temperament, emotions and even lifestyle preferences, according to your birth chart. Your birth chart is a map of the sky documenting where the planets, luminaries (the sun and moon), and other key celestial points were positioned at the precise moment when you were born. Therefore, a birth chart holds up a mirror to who we are at our core. The Moon, Mercury and Jupiter are the most important planets responsible for the wellness of our mind's, therefore understanding astrology and our birth chart can help guide us to living better and feeling better. Cosmic Cures Bex, is a professional astrologer and cosmic coach who helps people align and shine with their own potential via the power of decoding their birth charts. Bex splits her time between the UK and India and has contributed astrology wisdom to Marie Claire, Metro, Vogue India, Glamour and the Independent, also holding moon ceremonies at Lost Village, Latitude and Soho House. In this episode of The Happier Life Project, host Gabby sits down with Bex in India to learn all about how birth charts work and how we can work with them. Bex explains about the importance of knowing about your ‘big three’ (sun, moon and rising signs) for keeping tabs on our wellbeing. She also talks about how what the planets are doing can affect the choices we make. Plus, shares how getting a good astrology / birth chart reading, can be such a healing experience. To find out more about Cosmic Cures: The Astro-Guide Subscription: Oracle Card Readings: Mastering the Basics of Astrology workshop: To find Bex on social media: @cosmic_cures   To download the free My Possible Self App:  
To mark 2023’s International Women’s Day, host Gabby chats to Rhonda Vetere, globally recognized as one of the Most Powerful Women in Tech, and according to Forbes, 'a role model for business owners everywhere'. Whether Rhonda is spearheading corporate initiatives around the world, competing in another IRONMAN 70.3 mile triathlon, or in her philanthropy work mentoring students & athletes around the globe, Rhonda is an active and passionate leader that applies the same focus, drive and determination to all of her projects. As International women’s day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, The Happier Life Project wanted to profile a woman who will inspire and motivate; and who has made it her life’s purpose to help others succeed and grow. You don’t need to listen to this episode on International Women’s Day to find Rhonda’s story compelling and relevant. Rhonda Vetere is a force to be reckoned with and shares helpful practical advice on how to tackle life's challenges and meet head on. The accomplished athlete and C-suite executive is also a Global STEM Ambassador with a biodiversity Park named in her honour for her sustainability work around the globe. For more on Rhonda Vetere: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
This Self Love Therapy conversation is in session! To conclude The Happier Life Project’s trilogy of podcasts exploring self love and how we can take practical, compassionate steps to treat ourselves more kindly, accept ourselves fully and put our health and happiness in higher regard, self love therapist Tasha Bailey joins host Gabby. Tasha is a qualified & accredited psychotherapist (UKCP) and award-winning influencer and content creator specializing in mental health, drawing audiences from around the world wanting to understand trauma and therapy from an intersectional and millennial perspective. Tasha is also a speaker and advocate presenting in mental health talks, workshops and discussion panels for brands such as Universal Music, Nike and Spotify covering self-love, trauma, confidence and general mental health. She’s also a writer and has contributed to articles for Stylist, Happiful, BBC Bitesize, Refinery29, Popsugar and Vogue. Plus Tasha has her debut self help book “Real Talk: Lessons From Therapy on Healing & Self-Love” due out in September 2023. In this episode, Tasha offers practical advice on how we can put self-love into practice, destigmatizing a lot of myths around what self love is. She also talks about how creativity can be used in therapy and therapeutic practices and why it’s become her life’s work purpose to make mental health and wellness talk feel relevant, real and inclusive. Plus Tasha offer a fun and effective way for how we can respond to that pesky negative voice that holds us back and puts us down. For more on Tasha Bailey: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
Self Love by name, Self Love by nature. Liv is a social media influencer and content creator with over 200,000 followers who educates her audience on all things mental health, self-care, body positivity and acceptance. So for episode 2 of our self love mini series, The Happier Life Project could think of no better guest! Why have we dedicated 3 episodes to studying self love? Because when the My Possible Self App asked what people struggled with the most when it came to their mental and emotional wellbeing, self love and self esteem was always at the top of the list. So we jumped into action. Liv is funny, kind and self deprecating, shining a light on how to get body positive, love yourself flaws and all, and normalises what it’s like living with a mental health disorder. Liv discusses why we have been set up by TV, advertising and social media to feel crap about ourselves and how to reframe that critical negative inner voice so it has far less power over how we feel about ourselves. Liv also shares what we can do to help get through the bad days and creep up the self love scale. How to boost our confidence by channeling Lizzo or Beyonce, and why choosing sobriety turned out to be Liv’s biggest act of self care. To Follow Self Love Liv on instagram : To download the free My Possible Self App:  
Self-love means to have a high regard for your own well-being and happiness. It means taking care of your own needs and not sacrificing your own mental, physical, or emotional health to please others. But why do so many of us not see ourselves as a priority? And feel guilty, ashamed, or undeserving to treat ourselves nicely? Why do we consider self-love to be a dirty word? To mark this year’s Valentine's Day, The Happier Life Project is looking at an all too often overlooked area of love and our love lives - and that’s self-love - with self-love expert, no. 1 bestselling author, podcaster, and manifesting guru Gina Swire. The world-renowned self-love mentor shares her own fascinating story going from an unhappy, insecure model, to finding her purpose as a self-love goddess. Talking to host Gabby, Gina offers some simple strategies for self-love and self-care, whilst offering tips on how to detach from negative thoughts and critical self-talk. Gina also describes some of the most common signs and symptoms that you might not be treating yourself with enough love and kindness, plus explains why she is on a global mission to help a billion women fall madly in love with themselves.   For more on Gina Swire: To download the free My Possible Self App:    
Clinically speaking, emotional baggage is unprocessed trauma which often has a negative effect on a person’s behaviour and attitude. Emotional baggage can also be viewed as a metaphor; referring to negative, unprocessed emotions and unresolved issues from past experiences, that impact and influence how you show up and behave to others. Natalie Lue is a writer, speaker, podcaster, artist, and founder of one of the longest running self-help blogs in the world, 'Baggage Reclaim'. Helping thousands of clients release their excess emotional baggage, Natalie is making it her mission to wake up and guide people-pleasers, perfectionists, over-thinkers, low self esteemers and relationship strugglers out of the 'age of obedience'. In the episode, Natalie shares some of the symptoms that manifest physically as well as mentally and emotionally serving as warning signs that you are holding on to too much pain from the past. Natalie also advises how to identify if your needs are being met by loved ones, plus discusses why we need to recognize our values and self-worth in order to stop people pleasing and constantly putting others first, to the detriment of our own health. Also in the episode, Natalie chats to host Gabby about her latest book ‘The Joy of Saying No’, and gives tips on how to uncover and unpick the cluttered crap from our past that no longer serves us. Natalie also talks about the importance of preference over programming and highlights why emotionally unavailable people should be avoided at all costs to enter into a relationship with. For more on Natalie Lue: To download the free My Possible Self App:   To purchase ‘The Joy of Saying No’: The Joy of Saying No: A Simple Plan to Stop People-Pleasing, Reclaim Your Boundaries, and Say Yes to the Life You Want: A Simple Plan to Stop People ... Boundaries, and Say Yes to the Life You Want: Lue, Natalie: 9780785290445: Books    
When we are feeling confident, we have a more positive outlook on life, increasing our mental and emotional wellbeing. But when our confidence is low, it undermines our faith in our abilities to be successful and competent. When we are confident, we're more likely to move forward with people and opportunities. Whereas to experience a lack of confidence, holds us back from living our life to the fullest and happiest. Minaa B. is a therapist, mental health educator, social media influencer and writer with over ten years of clinical experience. Minaa helps her clients cultivate confidence, self-care, and self-advocacy through the lens of boundaries and community-care. Talking to host Gabby, Minaa explains how confidence is built and why it needs to be worked at. She also discusses why in order to grow, we need to take risks and work through the fear, whilst sharing her tips for healthier boundaries in relationships. Minaa offers advice on what to do when our confidence is knocked and how we can work on our mental resilience and heal from the experience. Plus, Minaa breaks-down how we end up creating our own anxiety when we compare ourselves to others. For more on Minna B: To download the free My Possible Self App:
Problems experienced in childhood can impact our quality of life as adults. Growing up in an unhealthy or toxic family can contribute to a number of emotional, interpersonal, and mental health challenges. A toxic childhood could include any of the following experiences; your emotional needs weren't met by caretakers, your parents were controlling, neglectful, or overprotective, you experienced abuse (e.g. physical, verbal, emotional, sexual) or you experienced or witnessed traumatic situations. A toxic parent, in the most simplest of breakdowns, is a parent that puts their needs before their child. Being emotionally let down by our parents or caregivers can cause a conflict of uncomfortable and very painful feelings, we might battle with for the rest of our lives. Resilience coach, keynote speaker, mental health ambassador and influencer Josh Connolly helps his clients become unstuck from the past due to the way they were raised. Talking to host Gabby, Josh explains the different ways dysfunctional or toxic parents can cause such painful wounds. Josh discusses how helping his clients release stored trauma and repressed upsetting emotions is fundamental to healing the hurt from the past. Josh also reassures Gabby why it’s normal to feel strange and uncomfortable when beginning the work to heal your inner child... but also how important the process is to bring you to a place of freedom and peace. For more on Josh Connolly: To download the free My Possible Self App:  
When it comes to money and mental health, we might not immediately join the dots, but it’s an important aspect of our wellness. Financial health, the current state of our monetary situation, is something we may not need a doctor for, but it affects our everyday life and future in many ways. Laura Turner is the the founder of Thrifty Londoner, a personal finance website who helps people to feel financially confident, change their money mindset, and create new money habits. Talking to host Gabby, Laura offers some invaluable tips and advice on how to better our financial wellbeing and help heal our relationship with money. Laura and Gabby look at some of the causes of emotional spending and financial anxiety, and discuss why it’s important to break the stigma attached to not having a lot of money. Laura also advises on how to deal with intimidating big bill companies and where to get professional free help to help get your finances in order. For more on Laura Turner and Thrifty Londoner: To download the free My Possible Self App:    
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