Ep 128. Burnout, overwhelm and winter moods with Dr Radha Modgil

Nov 2, 2020 | Blog, Podcast

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This week, I speak with Dr Radha Modgil, GP, broadcaster and author. Also a campaigner for wellbeing, you’ll love what she shares about overwhelm.

We chat about:

  • How to tackle overwhelm
  • Managing emotional burnout
  • Coping with the winter months
  • Talking to young children about emotions

Find out more about Radha

You can find out more about her from her website.

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