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So much about what we think of trust is warped. We think that in order to trust someone we need proof that they won't hurt us or that they really are doing the right thing, but that is not the definition of trust. This episode will cover how your relationship with yourself will make it easier for you to trust others, and how to mend a relationship where you are trying to build trust. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode I break down 5 tips on how you can better structure your goals and stick to them.Brain fact : Narcolepsy Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
When you are feeling hopeless and when nothing is going your way, there are actually SO many things that can be done. This episode will cover how to find what you have power over, and what to do when you are feeling this way to turn it all around. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode I have the privilege of speaking with Harry Baird, the business manager of Atlus, an Australian medicinal cannabis company. Here we talk about how cannabis can cater to so many different needs to so many different individuals, we talk about CBD and THC treatments and answer a whole bunch of listener questions around this topic. You do not want to miss this episode! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today's focus will be on:learning to not let things bother you so muchlearning how to return back to a calm state as soon as possible I will go over ten points to help you take control over your emotions and deal with external situations and stimuli in the healthiest way possible. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, I go over 4 things to focus on to help you stop devaluing yourself and knowing when to step away from a situation. Brain Fact: Meningitis Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do you suffer from feelings of inadequacy? That you are falling short, or not enough, or that you are not who you think you "should" be, or not living up to someone's expectations of you? This episode will cover this and give you 7 steps to help you deal with these feelings and let them go. Brain Fact - Circadian Rhythm Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pep talk - Do your future self a favour Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This ep will teach you how to worry less when someone thinks you are an asshole, and how to learn how to walk away from a situation when someone has a bad opinion of you, and the benefit of learning to be the asshole in some situations (and why that is good for both parties involved). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
on this episode I go over 10 different forms of coersive control and what to look out for. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pep Talk - Cut the dead weight in your life (emotional, physical, social) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode will help you have better conversations with and a healthier approach to people that you don't agree with. You will learn to feel more comfortable debating topics where you differ in opinion without feeling hurt or attacked. I will go over 4 key questions to ask yourself when you are dealing with someone that you disagree to help you navigate your way through these conversations. Brain fact - Zika virus and microcephaly Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pep Talk - I live for this feeling daily hype chat Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode will help you get to know yourself a bit more and get you asking important questions and the WHY behind them, so you know what areas in your life you want to give more attention to, to increase your self love. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pep talk 4. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's ep I go over my 5 key ways to avoid being manipulated. This applies to friends, family and most importantly romantic relationships.Brain fact: Folic acid and Neural tube defects Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pep talk 3!Stop waiting for someone to decide if they want you in your life. You can make that call. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Let's talk ultimatums. When are they healthy, and when are they toxic? Can you give an ultimatum and not be controlling? I answer all your questions on this podcast Ep and give you a whole lot to think about if and when to give an ultimatum. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this ep I break down the important differences between being lonely vs being alone and I highlight the importance of learning to love being alone. No matter if you are in a relationship or single, if you live alone or not. You will see that when you learn to enjoy your own company, the quality of all your other relationships will improve. Brain fact - Alexia Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pep talk number 2! You decide the quality of your interactions. Take the power back and stop giving others the power to control your emotional state throughout the day. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Comments (21)

Natalia El Hajj

Omg majdub means crazy in arabic :(

Mar 17th
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Hils

Thanks for this! I definitely have some elements of imposter syndrome and am driven by a fear of failure rather than a need to succeed, even at this stage in my career where I should know better! This was super helpful and articulated some things that I can work on. PS. This was my first time listening to your show, I have a playlist full of your content to work through now!

Mar 15th
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شهلا حیدری راد

HBLY

Nov 9th
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شهلا حیدری راد

àhďz5sh

Nov 9th
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Sanna Kemppi

great podcast

Nov 9th
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Erfane Bagharaat

Hi, beautiful legend! Can I have an address or a link to the guy who you said you are doing Botox with? Thanks for all of your helpful podcasts, You should know you are the one who makes me more confident in my hard lonely time. love love love

May 1st
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Di Barron

thank you.

Mar 12th
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Di Barron

omfg I really relate with my exphyco. the worst thing is she reaching out having one-sided conversation. then get text to say wow great conversation. to me total bullshit. get out of my space.

Mar 12th
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Malinda Smith

loving the podcast, can you slow down your speed talking a touch please.

Feb 7th
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BaBee01

zThanks girls!! happy new year!

Dec 21st
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Louise Elliott

Your podcasts have been EXACTLY what I’ve needed to hear this week, helping me process some hard & daunting truths. F*****g on point content Alexis!

Sep 20th
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Claudia Coe

Fuckkkkk;I feel like these eps are recollections of some of the fucking hardest, most shitty & unpleasant YET life altering lessons my stubborn ass has had to learn to date 😂 I have one hell of a fucking story that I plan to approach multiple podcasts with to engage in a collaboration/ft. episode when someone (and they will) throws me a bone in the future but before then I need to tone down my potty mouth and have been working on it everyday. In the meantime, since discovering you and knowing how much I want this (I can see it, I have lesson's to teach and stories to share with the world) I got the urge to leave a comment and see if you would take me on as a collaborator when/if you ever plan to have a guest on the podcast - I won't have to watch my mouth as much and it would be well-needed experience in doing something I've never done before. I will eventually work in the field of motivational speaking (think, Ted Talks, Brene Brown) but am not currently, but close to beginning my study of Neuroscience, basing a lot of my reasearch around Nueroplasticity and trauma based mental disability/helath conditions, as well as the Science of Psychology. I have experienced quite a few downfalls in what I'd like to think is a pretty short lifetime and what I've managed to do with those short comings and how I've managed to turn my adversary around and "self-medicate" (aka. I don't take anti-depressants or mood stabilizers) to save my kidney health due to my super rare genetic disease (around 50 ppl in QLD, 450 Aus wide with my disease) is pretty cool and worth being shared! Plus, it's a rare X-linked lysosomal storage disorder which may intrest you considering what you're studying and I'd be happy to share anything you might want to know, straight from the source. 😉😌 reply to this if my message tickles your fancy and I'll drop an email address below to begin correspondence. - My leap of faith! Cheers babe, chat soon. *visualising your reply now* 😌

Sep 11th
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Amanda Kelly

I have just discovered you, and omg I am so F#@king happy I stumbled upon you. Girl! you are helping me in way mentally that I paid good money for through therapy. love the positivity and realness. Thanks hun 😛 x

Sep 2nd
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Glenys Howitt

too much bad language

Aug 29th
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Dee

Love that you mention not having tools back then but having them now. 💕

Aug 20th
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Dee

top line "I'm bored, goodbye" . love your work!

Aug 7th
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Tayah Edwards

I love that you dropped the Cbomb

Jul 30th
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Di Barron

This is the most amazing advise podcast I have heard. keeping it f#$@*ing real. Wish I had heard this 20 years ago after the break up not just now. Everything resonates with me. Funny, inciteful, challenging my thoughts; very interesting. A big THANK YOU.

Jul 26th
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Carla Roux

This has brought alot of answers to question I had to my past relationship, always felt that things were not quite right and asked my family and friends for help but they didn't know what I was talking about. Now I know the key signs thank you for being straight forward about it!!

Jul 11th
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Detective Jay 🧐

the C bombs enough!!!

Jul 3rd
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