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Let’s Talk About Mental Health is a weekly podcast full of simple ideas for better mental health, grounded in quality research — because looking after your wellbeing takes work, but it doesn’t have to be tough.
Australian author Jeremy Godwin presents weekly episodes with easy and proven ways to improve your mental health and wellbeing every day. Each episode covers one specific topic (like over-thinking, stress, purpose, etc.) and gives you tools to put into practice immediately.
Let’s Talk About Mental Health is available on all major platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts (find other platforms here). You can also read the transcript of each episode here.
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ABOUT THE LATEST EPISODE:
Released 28 September, 2020:
This week’s episode of Let’s Talk About Mental Health is about gratitude. Jeremy talks about what gratitude is, how it can improve your mental health and wellbeing, and how to be more grateful every day.
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