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3 days ago
So many of us have experienced depression, and if not, we’re likely to have seen the people we love battle it. This week’s guest, Kate Lucey, specialises in writing about mental health. Kate talks candidly about her own depression and the six-year journey she’s been on since her diagnosis: including physical symptoms and the effects on her personal relationships. We also take a deep dive into what depression means - what might cause it, how therapy can help, and some exercises that have helped Kate to manage when feeling overwhelmed. You can listen here ⬇️bit.ly/TheMeaningfulLife ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Love this - somehow the moon always makes me think of people who are far away, too. ... See MoreSee Less
Andrew G Marshall - Therapy is with 5 O' Clock Apron.
1 week ago
If the thought of cooking another family dinner is making you tired, this week’s episode might bring joy back to your kitchen. At its best, cooking for friends and family is a powerful way to express love. Food can also help to create a sense of adventure and cultural curiosity in our children. In difficult times, eating together can be healing and rejuvenating. This week’s guest is Claire Thomson of @5oclockapron, a British chef and food writer who has written five cookbooks. Claire is known to many via her Instagram account, which documents a family life centred on cooking together using a wonderful range of inspiring ingredients.bit.ly/TheMeaningfulLife ... See MoreSee Less
Do you struggle to sleep, your mind buzzing with thoughts of the future? Do you compare yourself to others and find yourself coming up short? On this week's #TheMeaningfulLife podcast episode, I talk to Richard Paterson of Think Less Live Fully about ditching overthinking and seeking happiness that isn’t determined by external circumstances. Richard has trained throughout his life to quiet the thinking mind and unearth “ a treasure trove of uncaused peace, joy, love and perfect contentment waiting to be discovered—your true Self”.You'll find lots of insight here if you're working on quieting your "monkey mind" - let me know what you think!bit.ly/TheMeaningfulLife ... See MoreSee Less
Nobody rides for free...a great quote to think on if you feel like it's always you who's struggling, while those around you are living Insta-perfect lives. ... See MoreSee Less
There are many different opinions on what makes a midlife crisis. And even more on what to do about it!However in this article I explain ten common signs the majority of experts can agree on, and which I see most commonly in my therapy office.Although, you can have these feelings or behaviours at any point in your life, they most commonly come to the fore in your forties and fifties.If you or your partner are feeling lost at the halfway point, check out my ideas for taking stock and finding a way back. andrewgmarshall.com/ten-tell-tale-signs-midlife-crisis/ ... See MoreSee Less