sophia saggezza is a forensic psychologist by training, a spoken word poet by choice, and an olive farmer for fun. She has always been fascinated in understanding the human mind and specialised on the topic of aggression prevention during her studies and prior work. She left her job in academic teaching to delve deeper into... Continue Reading →
#6 – A Psychologists Toolkit for Creating a Healthy and Successful Career with Rosana Corbacho
Rosana Corbacho is a clinical and humanistic psychologist who specialises in mental health support for the music industry. She tours with DJ´s and Musicians to offer Psychological support. Her passion for this led her to found M.I. Therapy. Her practice focuses on treating addiction, anxiety, depression and other disorders as well as personal development for... Continue Reading →
#5 – Sexuality, Gender, and Drag Queen Shenanigans with Bonnie Oui Laddie
GUEST BIO Today we delve in to the weird and wonderful life of a drag queen with our guest Bonnie Oui Laddie, also known as Jon Gerrard. Bonnie Oui Laddie is Barcelona’s only Scottish, Saxophone tooting, Porno Fratenising, Cabaret star Drag Queen and MILF. Bonnie Oui Laddie has hosted the Grabby´s – known as the... Continue Reading →
#4 – Martial Arts, Discipline, Delayed Gratification and Living Rough in Paris with Daniel Clegg
Todays guest is Daniel Clegg. Daniel is a Martial Arts practitioner with black belts in both Judo and Tae Kwondo and now he is working up the belts in Jiu Jitsu as well. Daniel left his life in the UK with a yearning to escape mundanity and search for new opportunities. On a very limited... Continue Reading →
The AI Apocalypse
Sci-Fi movies are now the reality, we have Boston Dynamics clambering gracefully over obstacles and backflipping to show off his success, we have self-landing rockets and autonomous marine vehicles to clean the oceans, we now have Chat GPT to write our emails, essays, coursework, love letters and eulogies, and we even have AI to turn... Continue Reading →
#3 – Hare Krishna, Consciousness, God, the Demigods, and Enlightenment with Florian Casajuana
Florian Casajuana is London born comedian and performer who has studied theatre since the age of 8 and loves being the centre of attention. He has followed the Hare Krishna (cult as he jokingly puts it) for 5 years and has recently been initiated as a full fledged member. He is a fun, intelligent and... Continue Reading →
#2 – The Rise of Creativity, Performance and World Poetry Slam Championships with Makis Moulos
Today´s guest is Makis Moulous (@Makismoulos), he is secretary of the World Poetry Slam Championship and leads several other Poetry and Performing arts organisations. We speak about Poetry, Careers in Poetry Slam, Boycotting the World Poetry Slam Championship, Traumas, Coming Out Stories, Family Relationships, Struggles of the LGBTQI+ Community, Writing Procedure, Community Building, Living... Continue Reading →
#1 – Comedy, Autism, CBT, Burnout, and Family Struggles with Jakob Kerkhove
Todays guest is Jakob Kerkhove. Jakob is a Belgian born Comedian and Entrepreneur who left home a decade ago in search of a better life.
AA-mazing – An Alcoholics Anonymous Experience
Fear, uncertainty, apprehension, maybe even a touch of Imposter Syndrome were all coursing through my veins as I stepped into the first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting of my life. I wasn´t sure if I belonged there or if my 4 year abstinence from alcohol meant that I was not really an alcoholic.
Should I Take Strattera?
"Should I take Strattera" , or any medication, is a question that gets asked more frequently as the searches for Strattera related posts on Google seemingly increase. I tried to explain not just an understanding of the drug and its effects but an understanding of the changes that were happening as I struggled to break free from addiction, anxiety, depression and repeated toxic behaviours.