No Really, I’m Fine

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Thanks for checking out the trailer for our new show 'Mind Over Money! We teamed up with NatWest to bring you a podcast that aims to tackle the issue of Financial Wellbeing. Brought to you by the creators of 'No Really, I'm Fine' and hosted by
This week, Gemma talks to Denise Welch about Mental health, postnatal depression, alcoholism and her new book 'The unwelcome visitor'. Denise opens up about her life, spending 20 years struggling to get a diagnoses, life with a family in the en
This week Matt (Producer) stands in and talks to Bessie Turner. Bessie is a musician and has been incredibly open about her mental health. They talk about music, growing up, loss, and medication, and how they are all linked together in some way
Kate Lynch, a former host of the No Really, I’m Fine podcast catches up with Gemma on what she’s been up to since she took a break from the show. The new mum explains to us how she felt during pregnancy, the impact it had on her mental health a
In today's episode, Gemma talks to Rachel Pearson about Emetophobia, the fear of vomiting. Rachel tells us about how extreme this illness from childhood trauma, not being able to sleeping in her own bed to her ongoing journey through treatment.
If you live anywhere near Merseyside you'll know the name Lindzi Germain, the hilarious actress and comedian has been entertaining crowds across the country for decades and is a Mersey Icon.During lockdown, she's been entertaining hundreds of t
This special episode entitled ‘Hope from the Frontline’ which features clips from seven keyworkers coving A&E, Home Care, Criminal Justice, Charity & Supermarket settings. For the second time we are teaming up with the guys over at Mental Podca
This week we're joined by Bobby Bobby Temps host of the award-winning podcast Mental.We come together to discuss mental health podcasting, his dealings with anorexia and eating disorders, and Mental Health Awareness Week's Kindness theme. Join
This week we're joined by Bobby Bobby Temps host of the award-winning podcast Mental.We come together to discuss mental health podcasting, his dealings with anorexia and eating disorders, and Mental Health Awareness Week's Kindness theme. Join
In this special Mental health awareness week episode, we've compiled a montage of our past guests to explain what kindness means to them and what messages of hope they would want to give to others.
This is the first in our series of special episodes this week to mark mental health awareness week. Host Gemma chats with Alica Ewington from the mental health charity, PAPYRUS. Find out about their #keeptheconversationrolling campaign and the
Best-selling author and social media phenomenon Megan Crabbe AKA BodyPosiPanda and body image campaigner Alice Dunbar speak to Michael Pearson about staying body positive during the lockdown.Specifically for this week’s episode, we’ve teamed up
This bank holiday bonus episode features two interviews with two doctors to talk about live in lockdown.Host Michael Pearson speaks Dr Kishan Bodalia, a front-line doctor in Birmingham who tested positive for COV-ID 19 a few weeks ago and talks
Award-winning author Giles-Paley Phillips speaks to Gemma about his fundraising challenge for the NHS in which a full marathon around his house has raised more than £6,000. The co-host of Blank Podcast also talks candidly about losing his mum a
In this week's episode Gemma speaks to guest, Jamie Walker (who appeared on the podcast in series one) who talks about his experiences of being a single Dad during lockdown, football and how his mental health has been affected during the corona
This week we hear from a nurse and part time police officer on the front line fighting the Coronavirus pandemic.Louise speaks to Gemma about being separated from her family and how she is coping with being parted from them during the pandemic a
Gemma speaks with Emma Carrington from about the impact of Coronavirus and Covid-19 on mental health, along with a few insights to the temporary changes in Mental Health Legislation and some advice on how to support your mental heal
Gemma speaks to Dr Ravi Dr Jayaram who is a consultant paediatrician at the Countess of Chester Hospital. Dr Jayaram gives parents some advice on caring for your children during this difficult time along with his own personal experiences on the
Gemma and Matt (producer) talk about this three part special series, and what the No Really, I'm Fine team are doing during these difficult time. Gemma then talks to Rosie Weatherly from 'Mind' about Coronavirus, and how to look after your ment
As we come to a close for series two of No Really, I'm Fine. Host Gemma Sherlock opens up about her battle with anxiety, depression and how she tried to take her life before being stopped by her dad.This really honest and inspiring talk, Gemma
As we come to the end of series 2 of No Really, I'm Fine, we've decided to tell our own stories.This week co-host Michael talks about how he's dealt with his mental health demons after a car incident when he was 17.Michael spiraled into a deep
What does it really mean to be sectioned under the mental health act? How does it affect your life? Today, host Gemma Sherlock finds out that as she speaks to one woman who has spent ten years of her life under section. The former mental health
This week we have Sunday Times Best-selling author Izzy Judd to talk about mindfulness, anxiety and how she coped after she had a miscarriage.The violinist and social media influencer speaks bravely about her struggles with IVF and having a mis
This week Michael Pearson is joined by Susan Lee and Dawn Collinson talk about their brand new podcast Menopod.They talk everything from handling hot flushes to dealing with physical with your body and what that means for your mental health, on
In this episode we take a look at 2019 on mental health and people's views on in 2020. Answering three important questions going in to the new year: - What are you hoping for in 2020?  - What can you do for your mental health in 2020?  - What a
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