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How To Fall Apart

Lia Hynes x Tall Tales

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How To Fall Apart

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Lia Hynes x Tall Tales

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When Liadan Hynes’ marriage fell apart someone told her that things might never be ok again, this is a podcast that sets out to disprove that. A podcast about picking up pieces, where she talks to people about how they coped or didn’t cope when life went off the rails.About the things that helped them put it all back together. And about the fact that we are all dealing with the same things, so sharing is caring, as her four year old daughter tells her.

Latest Episodes

Life after Burnout with Daniella Moyles

Daniella Moyles talks about coming back from a breakdown, the behaviours that led there and learning to live slow.

52 MIN1 w ago
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Life after Burnout with Daniella Moyles

Sophie White interviews Liadan

In this special episode of How To Fall Apart, Sophie White steps in as host as Lia becomes guest. The friends chat all things book related - from writing process to boundaries to the flower dress renaissance. How to Fall Apart is out now. https://www.easons.com/how-to-fall-apart-liadan-hynes-9781529381214?gclid=Cj0KCQjw0Mb3BRCaARIsAPSNGpWiOK8UiP8xp7fc8icA_G8h8YEURzaVkuTYUIk-z0DxKEMYHM43IE4aAq4SEALw_wcB

70 MIN3 w ago
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Sophie White interviews Liadan

Life after direct provision

Ellie Kisyombe talks about grief and trauma in the aftermath of nearly a decade living in Direct Provision, how she is coming to terms with the lost years, and the new home she is building for her family. Liadán also spoke to Katie Mannion, Managing Solicitor with the Irish Refugee Council, who talked about some of the issues being experienced by people living in Direct Provision, and some of the ways we can help people currently in the system.

72 MINJUN 16
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Life after direct provision

The mother episode

In our latest episode ofHow to Fall Apart, the Support Series, sponsored by Dunnes Stores, the Mothers' episode, @liadanhynes spoke to a number of mothers about how they are coping since Covid-19 began. How are they balancing career with no childcare, are they managing to mind their mental health? We spoke to @jenniemcginn @nataliebcoleman and @sashahearts

62 MINJUN 9
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The mother episode

Bonus Episode: Stefanie Preissner on loss

This week we have a second episode, an interview with writer, actor and broadcaster Stefanie Preissner. Stefanie's beloved Nana Eileen Keary passed away last September. In this interview, which took place in two parts, just before Covid-19 restrictions and several weeks into social isolation, Stefanie discussed the nature of grief, our current collective grief, and what it is like to grieve in isolation.

65 MINMAY 25
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Bonus Episode: Stefanie Preissner on loss

The Grief Episode

This week's episodeof How to Fall Apart, the Support Series, sponsored by Dunnes Stores, is The Grief Episode. Liadan Hynes spoke to Elle Gordon, who lost her father Trevor Gordon, about experiencing the final weeks of a loved one's life as a family in isolation, and the support offered by neighbours from a distance, to Siobhan Cullen whose mother Eileen O'Neill was the third personto die of Covid-19 in the country, on her mother's final hours and how hard it is to move through grief in lockdown, to clinical psychologist Nicola McGlade who spoke from her own experience on how grief changes over time, and clinical psychologist Dr Tony Bates on the difficulty of grieving in a world that for now feels fundamentally unsafe. She also spoke to Brian Dowling, host of the podcast Death Becomes Him, on what he has learnt about grief from his guests.

69 MINMAY 25
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The Grief Episode

The mental health episode

This week in the mental health episode, we're covering what's often called reactive depression;depressed feelings caused in reaction to a specific situation, something a lot of us can relate to right now. @liadanhynes spoke to clinical pyschologistDr Tony Bates@jigsawYMH andGillian Roddie @evidentiallyyou about how they coped with their own experiences of depression over a number of years, and chartered psychologist Aisling Leonard-Curtin about how to help someone you are living with who might be suffering.

59 MINMAY 15
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The mental health episode

How to support in work

This week's episode of How to Fall Apart, the Support Series, sponsored by @dunnesstores is The Work Episode. We talked to psychotherapist Jason Brennan, psychologist Aisling Leonard-Curtin and @MuireannO_C @FionnualaJay and @aislingmkeenan about dealing with the current stresses within the workplace, managing the lack of boundaries and switching off when working at home, and the impact on mental health when we lose a job.

60 MINMAY 5
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How to support in work

How to Support Single Parents

This week's episode of How to Fall Apart, the Support Series, sponsored by Dunnes Stores is about single parents. @liadanhynes spoke to Zoe Desmond, founder of @FroloApp Karen Kiernan of @1familyieland, Sam Dunne of @treoir, as well as clinical psychologist Rachel Warman, herself a single parent. We spoke about how to manage the issues facing single parents including loneliness, financial fears, and co-parenting challenges, and also how single parents might be in some ways uniquely equipped to deal withcertain aspects of social isolation.

39 MINAPR 28
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How to Support Single Parents

How to Support Children at Home

The first episode of How to Fall Apart - The Support Series, sponsored by Dunnes Stores is live now. For this six part series we’re asking the experts for advice on how to cope with the challenges we’re all facing. This episode focuses on children - how this affects them, how we can support them. We spoke to clinical psychologists Dr Tony Bates, Dr Nicola McGlade and Dr Olwyn Finnegan, as well as clinical psychotherapist Dr Joanna Fortune, sleep consultant Lucy Wolfe, and parents Kate Gunn, Sophie White, Jackie Lynam and Helen Steele. We covered small children to teenagers. Huge thank you to everyone who spoke to me for this, and to Dunnes Stores.

65 MINAPR 14
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How to Support Children at Home

Latest Episodes

Life after Burnout with Daniella Moyles

Daniella Moyles talks about coming back from a breakdown, the behaviours that led there and learning to live slow.

52 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Life after Burnout with Daniella Moyles

Sophie White interviews Liadan

In this special episode of How To Fall Apart, Sophie White steps in as host as Lia becomes guest. The friends chat all things book related - from writing process to boundaries to the flower dress renaissance. How to Fall Apart is out now. https://www.easons.com/how-to-fall-apart-liadan-hynes-9781529381214?gclid=Cj0KCQjw0Mb3BRCaARIsAPSNGpWiOK8UiP8xp7fc8icA_G8h8YEURzaVkuTYUIk-z0DxKEMYHM43IE4aAq4SEALw_wcB

70 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Sophie White interviews Liadan

Life after direct provision

Ellie Kisyombe talks about grief and trauma in the aftermath of nearly a decade living in Direct Provision, how she is coming to terms with the lost years, and the new home she is building for her family. Liadán also spoke to Katie Mannion, Managing Solicitor with the Irish Refugee Council, who talked about some of the issues being experienced by people living in Direct Provision, and some of the ways we can help people currently in the system.

72 MINJUN 16
Comments
Life after direct provision

The mother episode

In our latest episode ofHow to Fall Apart, the Support Series, sponsored by Dunnes Stores, the Mothers' episode, @liadanhynes spoke to a number of mothers about how they are coping since Covid-19 began. How are they balancing career with no childcare, are they managing to mind their mental health? We spoke to @jenniemcginn @nataliebcoleman and @sashahearts

62 MINJUN 9
Comments
The mother episode

Bonus Episode: Stefanie Preissner on loss

This week we have a second episode, an interview with writer, actor and broadcaster Stefanie Preissner. Stefanie's beloved Nana Eileen Keary passed away last September. In this interview, which took place in two parts, just before Covid-19 restrictions and several weeks into social isolation, Stefanie discussed the nature of grief, our current collective grief, and what it is like to grieve in isolation.

65 MINMAY 25
Comments
Bonus Episode: Stefanie Preissner on loss

The Grief Episode

This week's episodeof How to Fall Apart, the Support Series, sponsored by Dunnes Stores, is The Grief Episode. Liadan Hynes spoke to Elle Gordon, who lost her father Trevor Gordon, about experiencing the final weeks of a loved one's life as a family in isolation, and the support offered by neighbours from a distance, to Siobhan Cullen whose mother Eileen O'Neill was the third personto die of Covid-19 in the country, on her mother's final hours and how hard it is to move through grief in lockdown, to clinical psychologist Nicola McGlade who spoke from her own experience on how grief changes over time, and clinical psychologist Dr Tony Bates on the difficulty of grieving in a world that for now feels fundamentally unsafe. She also spoke to Brian Dowling, host of the podcast Death Becomes Him, on what he has learnt about grief from his guests.

69 MINMAY 25
Comments
The Grief Episode

The mental health episode

This week in the mental health episode, we're covering what's often called reactive depression;depressed feelings caused in reaction to a specific situation, something a lot of us can relate to right now. @liadanhynes spoke to clinical pyschologistDr Tony Bates@jigsawYMH andGillian Roddie @evidentiallyyou about how they coped with their own experiences of depression over a number of years, and chartered psychologist Aisling Leonard-Curtin about how to help someone you are living with who might be suffering.

59 MINMAY 15
Comments
The mental health episode

How to support in work

This week's episode of How to Fall Apart, the Support Series, sponsored by @dunnesstores is The Work Episode. We talked to psychotherapist Jason Brennan, psychologist Aisling Leonard-Curtin and @MuireannO_C @FionnualaJay and @aislingmkeenan about dealing with the current stresses within the workplace, managing the lack of boundaries and switching off when working at home, and the impact on mental health when we lose a job.

60 MINMAY 5
Comments
How to support in work

How to Support Single Parents

This week's episode of How to Fall Apart, the Support Series, sponsored by Dunnes Stores is about single parents. @liadanhynes spoke to Zoe Desmond, founder of @FroloApp Karen Kiernan of @1familyieland, Sam Dunne of @treoir, as well as clinical psychologist Rachel Warman, herself a single parent. We spoke about how to manage the issues facing single parents including loneliness, financial fears, and co-parenting challenges, and also how single parents might be in some ways uniquely equipped to deal withcertain aspects of social isolation.

39 MINAPR 28
Comments
How to Support Single Parents

How to Support Children at Home

The first episode of How to Fall Apart - The Support Series, sponsored by Dunnes Stores is live now. For this six part series we’re asking the experts for advice on how to cope with the challenges we’re all facing. This episode focuses on children - how this affects them, how we can support them. We spoke to clinical psychologists Dr Tony Bates, Dr Nicola McGlade and Dr Olwyn Finnegan, as well as clinical psychotherapist Dr Joanna Fortune, sleep consultant Lucy Wolfe, and parents Kate Gunn, Sophie White, Jackie Lynam and Helen Steele. We covered small children to teenagers. Huge thank you to everyone who spoke to me for this, and to Dunnes Stores.

65 MINAPR 14
Comments
How to Support Children at Home
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