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Best Suzanne Falter podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Suzanne Falter podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Close your eyes. Take a deep breath. Imagine your perfect day. What if that perfect day was every day? You're probably doing a lot―taking care of your family, killing it at your job, volunteering, organizing, scheduling, delegating. At the end of all of that, do you have any time or energy left to take care of the most important person: you? Self-care movement leader Suzanne Falter asks the questions your heart and soul long to hear. She takes you into a soothing, inspiring half hour of insi ...
 
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If you’re like most of us, you want to have a great sex life … and it can be a little complicated. That’s why I invited a bona fide sex therapist, Vanessa Marin, on my show. She’s the real deal, with a ton of great information, and she has a lovely, accessible manner as well. I start the show with one of my favorite chapters from my book, The Extre…
 
Derek Scally on the shock resignation of Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (or AKK), Angela Merkel's anointed successor, as leader of joint-ruling party CDU. AKK's authority had been undermined by the striking of a deal, against her wishes, between the CDU and the far-right Alternative for Germany party at the regional government level. What does the affa…
 
What could be better than waking up with copious energy? Feeling bright and fresh and ready to dig into the day … or knowing you’ve got energy to burn instead of succumbing to the usual 3PM meltdown. This one’s for you if you keep leaning in to the chocolate bars and caffeine to keep yourself going. I’ve shared my best tips and tricks on maintainin…
 
This week’s theme is all about anger. Because let’s face it … sooner or later, we’re going to have to blow. I begin by reading Chapter 17 from my new book, The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care. Appropriately, it’s called ‘The Joy (and Relief) of Getting Mad Responsibly.’ Then I turn to the professionals for some good advice. In this frank,…
 
An outbreak of disease caused by a new virus is spreading throughout China and beyond its borders. The death toll has risen to 106 and the number of infected is over 4,500. Our correspondent in China Peter Goff describes cities in lockdown, mass screening for fever and some panic buying as the state struggles to control the situation.…
 
In tough times, where do we go? To the nearest bottle of wine? To the consolation of a good friend? Or … do we try to sleep and dream our way through it? The last option might be a good one according to Dr. Joshua Black. He’s a Canadian researcher with a PhD in dreams about the deceased. And he provides a fascinating look at how these sleeping visi…
 
This show is for everyone who feels like there aren’t enough hours in the day. The fact is there are—just as there have always been. But we can’t always see it. So this show is something of a call to sanity. Suzanne begins by recounting her own grim history with To Do lists in her essay ‘The Value of a Why Not List’. Then she goes on to share some …
 
In this episode, Chris Dooley is joined by Irish Times journalist Sally Hayden, who spent the Christmas break on board The Alan Kurdi, a migrant rescue ship which patrols an area close to the Libyan coast. It’s a 70 year old former fishing vessel run by the German charity Sea-Eye, which now tackles daring rescue missions along the world’s deadliest…
 
As we slog through mid-January, it may be time for an energy zap. That’s why I start with one of the self-care essentials from my book, The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care. That would be Essential #5, Having Great Energy. Here are some ideas about what it really takes to be energized throughout your day. (Hint: Exercise definitely has som…
 
This week we're focussing on the fallout from the assassination by a US drone strike of Iranian General Qassem Suleimani. Thomas Wright, a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution, a Washington-based think tank, calls the killing a strategic mistake by the US in the Middle East despite the legitimacy of Suleimani as a target. And our corresponden…
 
As we dive into a new year, I’ve been thinking of compassion. I’ve become a lot more compassionate since my daughter Teal’s death 2012. And that’s not a mistake. Her nickname was Kwan Yin, for the goddess of Compassion. Because, well, that’s how she was. And so I’m edging that way myself. In that spirit, I begin this show by reading an essay from m…
 
As we wind up the year, I’m focused in this show on helping you create a much better structure for self-care in the coming year. I begin with an essay from my blog, Not Enough Time or Money? Could it be the Scarcity Trap? This one’s for you if you constantly feel like you just can’t find the time or the money to meet your needs. I was really inspir…
 
London editor Denis Staunton on UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's declaration that he will pass a law requiring Brexit to be complete by the end of 2020 - no extension of the transition period, then. What are the implications?And New Delhi-based journalist Rahul Bedi on the passing of controversial new citizenship laws that India's Muslim populatio…
 
As a special little holiday salute this season, I’m bringing you interviews with two of my favorite forms of self-care in 2019. Tune in and you’ll find out what they are. I begin with an essay I wrote that you may find helpful this time of year: Last-Minute Holiday Self-Care (You Can Do It!) … Here’s encouragement for those who just don’t want to t…
 
What’s more stressful than a jam-packed holiday season? Well … very little, actually. BUT your holiday ease and contentment are in your control! (I promise!) I begin by reading a chunk of The Five Basics of Self-Care, Chapter Eight from my new book, The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care. I then share my Ten Essentials list for holiday self-…
 
As the UK Election campaign enters it's final phase, London Editor Denis Staunton joins Chris Dooley to discuss what turned out to be a 'disastrous' day for Boris Johnson this week. With just two days to go until the vote, how will Labour use this to their advantage?Also, during a tense meeting in Paris this week, the leaders of Russia, France, Ger…
 
December 3 is an important day for me. It’s the first time in more than 15 years that I’ve launched a book with a major publisher. The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care is my tribute to all I learned about self-care in the years following my daughter Teal’s death in 2012. It’s part workbook, part guide, part resource listing that has everyt…
 
Donald Trump touched down in London earlier today to attend the Nato summit, alongside 28 other world leaders. However, on the 70th anniversary of the military alliance, it’s future looks less certain than ever. Washington Correspondent Suzanne Lynch joins Chris Dooley to discuss the fraught build up to the gathering and what outcome we can expect.…
 
The China Cables are leaked documents which detail the inner workings of the controversial detention centres in the Xinjiang region of China. An estimated one million ethnic minority Muslims are believed to be held within these camps under harsh and cruel conditions. Irish Times journalist Colm Keena is a member of The International Consortium of I…
 
Have you ever noticed how we often fight the very self-care that’s here to help us? That’s what happens to all of those lost New Year’s resolutions. (‘Oh yeah … wasn’t I going to go on a diet and lose twenty pounds?’) I begin this show by reading Chapter Nine of my new book, The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care. It’s all about this very ph…
 
The Vox party in Spain has become the thirst largest political party in the country, but with their controversial views on feminism, separatism and migration, how has this come about? Guy Hedgecoe joins us from Barcelona to discuss the meteoric rise of the far right in Spain. Later: With Nigel Farage declaring the Brexit Party will not contest 317 …
 
You know when you have strong boundaries because people don’t take advantage of you. You know how and when to say no – and you know it’s a balancing act. But for some of us … boundary setting is not so easy. I lay out the basics here, and begin with a little context setting. I read a very popular essay I wrote a while back called ‘Are You a Drama J…
 
As a six-week election campaign in the UK begins officially today, London editor Denis Staunton talks to foreign editor Chris Dooley about the various parties contesting the race, what their goals are, what challenges they face and, of course, how the Brexit factor plays into it all.By The Irish Times
 
The beginning of the holidays will soon be here. With it the onslaught of a LOT of whipped cream, chocolate, turkey, stuffing, eggnog, etc etc etc.. In other words, calories galore! So how are we self-aware, self-careish gals going to cope? I think I have an idea. Let’s get on top of the illusions around dieting, and using food to resolve our other…
 
Paris correspondent Lara Marlowe talks to foreign editor Chris Dooley about the presidency of Emmanuel Macron, his successes and failures, and the major challenges he faces as he reaches the mid-point of his five-year term. How has France changed since he came into office, and how has the experience of leadership changed his politics?…
 
Whether you’re talking about love or work, there is always a constant – relationships. Sometimes we can’t live with ’em, AND we really can’t live without ’em. Really, it all boils down to us, for we are the one big constant in all of this relating … right? I begin with a humbling tale of my own self-discovery on a Sunday at Berkeley Bowl, one of th…
 
Sometimes it’s hard to imagine how you can peel yourself up off the couch at the end of the day, and shift things in life to allow for more self-care. But self-care is where the mojo is – and you must know that or you wouldn’t be here. This is where our self-esteem, creativity and personal power all come from. I begin this show by talking about dev…
 
On Monday, lengthy prison sentences were handed down by Spain’s supreme court to Catalan politicians involved in the organisation of an independence referendum two years ago. The 13-year sentences sparked protests across the region, reigniting the territorial crisis that has dominated Spanish politics in recent years. Guy Hedgecoe has the latest fr…
 
Tired of being overwhelmed? Yeah, me too … but now that I’m on Team Teal, and I’m learning all about self-care, I’ve discovered that tools like hypnosis can be super useful, as well as just getting some context for your suffering. At the very least, it’s a motivator, right? That’s why I begin this episode with my essay, “The Temporary Nature of Suf…
 
I begin this episode by reading my essay, Self-Care for #MeToo Feminists. It charts my progress from being a wife of 25 years to coming out as a lesbian and trekking west to begin to meet my own needs. This is for you if you’ve been feeling stuck in your life, beholden to others first, or you wonder about the question ‘Do I still have to clean up b…
 
From Brussels, Patrick Smyth on how the EU views Boris Johnson's Brexit proposals, where the problems lie, and what EU insiders think is going to happen next. From Washington, Suzanne Lynch with the latest on the accelerating scandal concerning President Donald Trump's efforts to uncover evidence of Joe Biden's corruption, a mess from which neither…
 
As the US House of Representatives moves ahead with its impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump, we ask just how much trouble the US president might be in. Trump has, up to now, appeared to revel in the myriad controversies his term in office has been mired in, but has a tipping point now been reached? Suzanne Lynch has the latest from Washington. Da…
 
If you’re like a lot of us, you’re hard on yourself. I know from a young age I was Little Susie Perfect who could do nothing wrong. Which not only made life exhausting and difficult, it prevented me from doing healthy things like ask for help and admit when I didn’t know something. I mistakenly believed I had to be all things to all people – which …
 
The UK’s supreme court has ruled that Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in suspending parliament for five weeks. “Parliament has not been prorogued. This is the unanimous judgment of all 11 justices,” the court said. The ruling, all the more powerful for its unanimity, is an enormous blow to the prime minister’s personal authority and has led to calls…
 
I get right into the subject of upheaval and change by talking about failure – not always a bright spot, of course, but one heck of a learning path! I recount my adventures in trying to get out there and make a name for myself in my work with my essay, “How a Career Full of Failures Taught Me Inner Peace.” And yes, I have been humbled, many times! …
 
It's less than three years since a historic peace deal ended a 52-year war between the Colombian state and Farc guerrillas. Over 200,000 people were killed in that war and 7 million more were displaced. Today, the peace process is still taking root. But two weeks ago on August 29th, Colombians were shocked to see a video message from the jungle app…
 
If you were the little kid who was always shushed and told you were being ‘too loud’ and ‘too much’, this show is for you. My guest is Aurora Remember Holtzman, who knows quite a lot about overexcitability. If you have a big energy, like I do, this is useful info for sure! I begin the episode by sharing an essay I wrote called “I’m too much … are y…
 
Washington Correspondent Suzanne Lynch on the events of the summer that has seen the lengthy list of Democratic candidates for the 2020 presidential election race reduced significantly. Gone are no-hopers such as Swalwell, Moulton and Hickenlooper. Only ten will take to the stage for this Thursday night's televised debate, the third so far. Who are…
 
In America, we are addicted to stress as a nation and as individuals. It provides us with an identity and a holy reason for being, one that often replaces simpler, subtler experiences like being, feeling, and noticing. If we are stressed then we are fighting ‘the good fight.’ In fact, we are only fighting ourselves. I write this as I emerge from a …
 
The House of Commons is set for a showdown as rebel Tory MPs seek to introduce legislation today, blocking a no-deal exit from EU. Prime minister Boris Johnson held a last-ditch meeting with potential rebels within his party this morning, including former cabinet ministers, but is reported to have failed in his bid to win them over. Denis Staunton …
 
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro found himself under the spotlight at last weekend’s G7 summit, amid international alarm at a spike in fires in the Amazon, linked to his administration’s disdain for environmental controls. Eight months after he was elected by a comfortable margin, Brazil's economy is still staggering along and Bolsonaro has so fa…
 
I begin this episode with some ideas for getting back to equanimity, in an essay I wrote recently called ‘How to Talk Yourself Out of a Funk.’ Next time you’re feeling downright despair, have a listen – or even now, to ward off your next blue mood. If you haven’t listened to our podcast #30, my initial conversation with Candy Crawford, it’s great –…
 
I begin today’s show by reading an essay I wrote called “My Declaration of Independence”. It fits neatly in with the theme of this show – all around narcissistic abuse, and how to practice real and lasting self-care around it. I don’t know about you, but I’ve encountered a LOT of narcissists in my life. So I was particularly interested to chat with…
 
The Chinese say their vocational training centres are voluntary and aimed at eradicating extremism and terrorism. Others say they are extra-judicial detention centres and part of an elaborate system to assimilate Muslims into Han China. Irish Times correspondent in China Peter Goff visited some of these centres in the country's barren northwest Xin…
 
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