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Season 2 Episode 4 – Paul

On this week’s episode I sit down with Paul Kinsella, I have one word for Paul, Tenacious.

I came across Paul on Instagram where he shares his home and life with Penny and Mark.

Paul is so open and honest as we chat through his beautiful relationship with his best friend his mom, moving on and finding love and support in a new family.

We chat through him travelling the world as a dancer, meeting Mark, falling in love, that engagement and his Penny.

We talk about what May 22nd  2015 really meant to him, his future with Mark and their plans for children.

It’s silly to say but Paul left me feeling warm and fuzzy, someone to have in your corner just a really good guy everything a dad should be and what a dad he is going to be…

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Season 2 Episode 3 – Brandon & Aaron

On this week’s episode I sit down with Brandon and Aaron, at just 16 years of age it was a transition year project that found Brandon and a friend organise a sleep out in Donaghmede to help families dealing with homelessness, born from his own acquittances with homelessness Brandon set up Dublin homeless awareness.

You have to forgive me for contently mentioning their age but the fact is that these kids are doing more for the rough sleepers in Dublin than our own government. They are extremely respectful of their service users but from experience take no nonsense, they are selfless, brave and dedicated.

This Podcast has been the most eye opening of all, it is very easy for us to not look outside our bubble, this crisis is very real so if you can help, please do.

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Season 2 Episode 2- Tracy

On this week’s episode I sit down with Tracy Lally, Tracy is a makeup artist, Tracy is a sister a daughter a wife but above all Tracy is a mum.

Tracy’s raw emotion broke my heart last Christmas as she gave her followers a glimpse into her life as a co parent.

It is her first time to open up like this and I am so thankful she did it with me, we talk about the beginning of her pregnancy on Tilly and the struggle she faced with this and the fact that she just didn’t enjoy it.

I love the fact that she is so open and honest about her journey with Tilly’s happiness and security at the forefront of everything she does.

Her resilience and strength knows no bounds, she tells me she couldn’t have done this without the support of her family and simply glows when she talks about Paul.

We hope you enjoy this story and if you find yourself in a similar situation we hope this story helps.

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Episode 11 – Beverly

On this week’s episode I sit down with Beverly Coughlan AKA Bev. Bev was a guest on Episode 3 The Five lamps and on that we touched on her journey through pre and post-natal depression and psychosis.

After that  episode we got so many messages and requests, asking us to sit down together again and this week we get into the why behind her journey and how two horrific incidents sent her down the path of anxiety.

We chat through the births of our children and she tells me of her horrific miscarriage and how these events impacted not only her but her little family.

She tells me why it’s so important to get your smear and what she went through because of a delayed result.

We chat how she campions others to be their very best self and how she is getting there with her own confidence.

Bev was a pleasure to sit with and someone you can easily relate with, we had lots of fun on and off mike on this, Prosecco is to blame…… we hope you enjoy.

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Episode 6 – Marguerite

On this week’s episode I sit down with my good friend Marguerite Penrose.

Her story is a story perseverance and strength, resilience and recovery.
Born from an Irish mother and a Zambian father, born with Congenital scoliosis  and abandoned in St Patricks mother and baby home.

Marguerite found herself hitting the parenting jackpot when she was fostered by Michael and Noeleen at the age of 3 and then growing up with her Irish twin her sister Ciara.

Her condition resulted in many surgeries which in one case left her paralysed tag the age of 8 and in here later years a  chest infection that nearly killed her.

After an interview with Ryan Tubridy contact was made by a nurse who worked in St Patricks mother and baby home, at the time Mags was a ward there.

We discuss her involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement, she explains her treatments at the hands of racist Ireland. I found myself trying to justify these behaviours throughout the podcast but Mags is very forgiving and her message to us all is very simple. Acceptance.

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