Episodes

  • Topics covered : Politics, Gaza, threat of the Far-right, people power.


    This week I speak to farmer, scientist, feminist and leader of the Social Democrats, Holly Cairns.

    She lives in West Cork on her family farm with her partner Barry, her dog Hei Hei and her cat Blaze.

    And in this conversation she talks about growing up in a blended family, her bond with her mother, how she got into politics, her stance on the devastating situation in Gaza, the threat of the Far-right and the importance of unity, now, more than ever.

    I have wanted to sit down and chat to Holly for a very long time as she's someone I really admire so I am delighted that we made it happen.

    We met in 2019 for the first time and I liked her instantly.

    She was genuine, down to earth and great company and I for one, am so glad that she decided to venture into politics, as her voice is so badly needed in the Dáil.


    ​Political quiz

    2024 Political Quiz (isidewith.com)


    checktheregister.ie


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  • Topics covered : Failure, faith, religion, awareness, meditation, death, compassion, love. 


    This is a re-release of an episode I recorded with author, playwright, podcaster, poet and all-round wonderful human being, Michael Harding in December 2022.

    Michael is someone I had wanted to speak to for years so it was an absolute pleasure to speak with him.

    In this enlightening conversation we talk about his love of religion, the power of failure and finding the extraordinary in the ordinary.

    His latest book ‘All the things left unsaid – confessions of love and regret’ is a stunning collection of letters he wrote for the people who deeply affected him over the years and it’s available now in all good bookshops.

    He's charmingly self-deprecating, reflective and his voice is one I could listen to forever. 

    I hope you enjoy our conversation.


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  • Shelly Mooney is a historian and artist who lives in County Wexford with her husband Kev, their sonFerdia and Lola their dog and she runs the brilliant Instagram page ‘Tales from the Wood’ which explores the history and mythology of Ireland.


    In this bite-sized episode she talks to us about the ancient Celtic festival of Bealtaine. She speaks of the importance of the Hill of Uisneach, the tradition of handfasting at this time, and the significance of the Hawthorn tree. 


    The Hill of Uisneach - The Sacred Centre of Ireland.


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  • Topics covered : Illness, grief, miscarriage, motherhood, divorce, diet culture, overcoming challenges, self-regulation, thriving.  


    This week I speak to author and midlife coach, Alana Kirk.

    Originally from Belfast, Alana lives in Dublin with her three teenage daughters, Daisy (18), Poppy (16) and Ruby (13), their 2 cats, Tiggy and Puka and their rescue dog Mojo.


    She works as a midlife coach and is in the process of writing her third book.

    And in this conversation she shares her own story with us which is really powerful. We also talk about how much our lives have changed in the 16 years since we first met, and throughout our conversation she shares nuggets of wisdom and practical tips to bring into our own lives.

    Alana is a gorgeous person, she’s compassionate and quick witted and I took so much from this chat.

    Her current book is ‘Midlife, redefined: Better, Bolder Brighter’, a self-guided exploration of you and your midlife, with exercises so the reader ends up with her own bespoke midlife (wo)manual.

    She can be found at www.themidlifecoach.org and on Instagram @midlifecoach and for Alana's next online workshop Revive & Thrive, which is focussing on overwhelm, click https://www.themidlifecoach.org/revive&thrive


    If you like this pod, you might appreciate previous episodes like the one I recorded with visibility coach Kate O’Dwyer from October 2023, and the Menopause episodes with Catherine O’Keeffe from April 2021.


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  • Topics covered : the factors that impact our sleep, the benefits of good sleep and how to improve it.


    This week I speak to clinical hypnotherapist and bestselling author, Fiona Brennan.

    She lives in Dublin with her husband and business partner Ciarán, teenage son Luca and their dog Rosie.

    And in this conversation she explores some of the elements in her latest book ‘Sleep well - 8 habits to help you fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up refreshed’,

    our individual chronotypes, the power of napping and what to do if we’re in a negative feedback loop when it comes to our sleep.

    For Fiona’s one day retreat on the 19th of May in Wicklow, click here…

    https://thepositivehabit.com/the-sleep-well-experience-one-day-retreat-wicklow/

    And if you enjoyed this episode, please search previous sleep episodes with sleep coach Tom Coleman, from August 2020 along with a 7 minute sleep meditation I recorded also back in 2020.

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  • Topics covered : Palestinian heritage, injustice, speaking up, Zionism, artwashing.


    This week I speak to Irish Palestinian artist, Róisín El Cherif and it's a powerful conversation.

    She lives in Galway with her parents, her Mom is Irish and her father is from Gaza and she has lived in Ireland for 18 years now.

    She talks about growing up as an Irish-Palestinian and she shares her perspective on the past 6 months, in particular.

    This month Róisín will also be releasing a very special song with all the proceeds going to Palestinians causes, so keep an eye out for that.


    Book mention : Becoming Pro-Palestinian edited by Rosemary Sayigh


    The song that Róisín sings at the end of the conversation :

    Zahret El Madaen (Flower of cities ) Fairouz - 1967


    ‎لأجلك يا مدينة الصلاة أصلي

    ‎لأجلك يا بهية المساكن يا زهرة المدائن

    ‎يا قدس يا قدس يا مدينة الصلاة

    ‎عيوننا إليك ترحل كل يوم

    ‎تدور في أروقة المعابد

    ‎تعانق الكنائس القديمة

    ‎و تمسح الحزن عن المساجد

    ‎يا ليلة الأسراء يا درب من مروا إلى السماء

    ‎عيوننا إليك ترحل كل يوم و انني أصل​


    ​'It is for you O city of the prayer that I pray

    It is for you O splendid home, O flower of the cities

    O Jerusalem​, O Jerusalem​, O Jerusalem​, O city of the prayer

    Our eyes are set out to you everyday

    They walk through the porticos of the temples

    Embrace of the old churches

    And take the sadness away from the mosques

    O night of Al asra O path of those who left for the sky

    Our eyes are set out to you everyday and I pray​'


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  • Topics covered : The power of play in building connection with kids, touch, secure attachment, body acceptance, positive modelling, rupture and repair, breaking negative behaviours, resilience building.


    This week I speak to child and adolescent psychotherapist Debbie Cullinane.

    She lives in Mayo with her husband James and their two kids, Elsie and Freddie.  

    And in this conversation, she talks about the power of play in building connection with our children and why positive modelling and apologising is so important.

    It’s an episode full of practical advice. I loved it and I hope you will too!


    To connect with Debbie…

    Home - Debbie Cullinane

    Debbie Cullinane Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist MA (@debbiecullinane_) • Instagram photos and videos

    Book mention : Colleen Hoover ‘It ends with us’

    If you like this episode, check out previous conversations with Richard Hogan and Sarah Nicole Landry (The Birds Papaya).

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  • Topics covered : Perfectionism, people pleasing, the impact of the Covid pandemic, anxiety, loneliness, marriage breakdown, grief, guilt, therapy, change, freedom, same-sex relationship, rumours, finding joy, childfree by choice.


    This week I speak to Cat Lawlor, baker and owner of 'The Cake Cuppery' and it’s a gripping conversation.

    Originally from Dublin, Cat now lives in Wexford with her girlfriend Louise and their two cats.

    In this conversation we chat about listening to your gut instinct, overcoming challenges in life and ultimately finding joy.

    Cat speaks openly about the end of her marriage, obviously from her perspective, and out of respect for her ex-husband, he is not named during the conversation as we fully appreciate how difficult hearing a conversation like this, might be for him.


    To connect with Cat or Louise…


    Cat L. Walsh (@thecakecuppery) • Instagram photos and videos

    Email [email protected]


    Louise O Brien | Online Coach (@louise_badasscoaching) • Instagram photos and videos

    Book mention : ‘Feel the fear and do it anyway’ by Susan Jeffers


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  • Topics covered : Palestine, protests, social justice, community, paradigm shift, hope.


    This week, my guest is Caoimhe Butterly who is an educator, a human rights activist, filmmaker & trained therapist, who has worked as a volunteer ambulance worker in Gaza, alongside Palestinian paramedics, and has also spent years in the West Bank.

    She was born in Ireland to Irish parents who migrated to Canada when she was a baby, where she spent the first 10 years of her life and then she lived in Mauritius and Zimbabwe for 8 years.

    She has worked with refugee and displaced communities for over 25 years in Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Mexico, Guatemala, Haiti, Ukraine, Greece, Calais and elsewhere & currently works in psychosocial and trauma support work, with humanitarian responders and refugee communities.


    In this conversation she shares her perspective on the now which includes the global shift in consciousness, the power and benefit of connecting to liked minded people, Palestinian joy and the importance of collective care.


    If you enjoyed this episode you might appreciate previous conversations with Ruth Smith, Daniel Maté and Dr. Myriam François.


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  • Topics covered : Betrayal, heartbreak, breakdown, trust, prevention, repair, connection, healing. 


    Originally from Douglas in Cork, psychotherapist Richard Hogan lives in Dublin with his wife and their 3 daughters.

    He writes a weekly column with the Irish Examiner and often appears on TV and radio and he specialises in working with families.

    He’s also written two brilliant books ‘Parenting the screenager’ and ‘Home is where the start is’ and during this conversation he talks about affairs.

    Why people have them, the heartbreaking impact of them on a relationship and if it’s possible to heal after betrayal.


    If you connected with Richard during this conversation, you can check out his previous episodes from last summer and the one he recorded earlier this year about anxiety, especially in kids and teenagers.


    Book mention : ‘The 5 love languages’ by Gary Chapman


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  • Topics covered : Palestine, people power, social justice, privilege, culture, indigenous languages, Gaeilge, patriarchy, oppression, being Muslim, Brené Brown, whiteness, female empowerment.   


    This week, journalist, filmmaker, podcaster, presenter and writer, the remarkable Dr. Myriam François is my guest.

    Myriam is a Londoner whose mother is Irish (she's from Leitrim), and her father is French. Her award-winning, directorial debut documentary is ‘Finding Alaa’ and her podcast is ‘We need to talk about whiteness’. She’s been a Muslim since she was 21 and when she was younger she also starred in a number of films, including acting alongside Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet in the Oscar winning ‘Sense and Sensibility’ when she played the role of younger sister Margaret.


    In this conversation though, we talk about the recent Sky interview she did that went viral ('I'm so sorry your Amazon packages are delayed!'), the importance of indigenous languages, Palestine, Brené Brown’s recent statement on what’s happening there, and why she’s not really a fan of the word activist.

    She’s a woman of integrity and intelligence and it was an absolute honour to speak to her.


    Book mention : ‘Black faces, white masks’ by Frantz Fanon


    And if you connected to this episode, other Ready to be Real podcast recommendations are :

    'Daniel Maté : Dismantling blindspots', 19th January 2024 and 'Ruth Smith : Love and Justice', 15th December 2023.


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  • Topics covered : Fear, regret, fertility journey, acceptance, career change, anxiety, toxic positivity, triggers, comparisons, peak performance.


    Life coach Mark Fennell is back on the pod!

    Mark is married to Fiona and has spent over 20 years helping people through his coaching business.

    His online following has grown massively over the past few years too and on Instagram, he currently has 160K followers and is known for his video content.

    We last spoke over 2 years ago and his episodes are still hugely popular with listeners.

    In this conversation, he talks about his brand new book ‘Breakthrough - practical steps for moving from stuck to unstoppable’.


    Mark is speaking of his own experience in this episode and is certainly not advising not going to therapy.

    If you're struggling, reach out and speak to a professional.


    Mentions:

    Book ‘Man's search for meaning’ by Viktor Frankl

    Men in Black movie reference : Neuralyzer

    Nick Vujicic

    Home - Nick Vujicic


    To contact Mark, go to…

    https://markfennell.ie/


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  • Topics covered : TV presenting, change, leaving on her terms, her Mum Brenda, grief, parenting, family life, synchronicities and signs.


    This week I speak to TV presenter Karen Koster who lives in Dublin with her husband John, a retired businessman and their 3 kids, Finn who is 9, JJ who is 8 and their daughter Eve who is 5, along with their dogs Brownie and Nidge!

    She has a degree in English literature and French from Trinity and she has been working in TV for the past 20 years.


    In this conversation she talks about her decision to step away from her much loved presenting job with Virgin media’s The Six O Clock show late last year to spend more time with her family and explore new career options.

    And she also speaks about her Mum Brenda, who died suddenly 2 years ago this May and she shares how she is coming to terms with her passing.


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  • Topics covered : Accountability, acceptance, action, hoarding, guilt, repetition, transformation. 


    This week I speak to stylist Fiona Hayes who lives in Limerick with her husband Trevor, their 2 boys Matthew and Ross, along with her Dad Nick. 

    She has been dressing people for over 15 years, many who are well known. She also runs her own bespoke retail events company, and she has appeared on TV from Channel 4’s Queen of Frocks to TV3 and most recently RTÉ’s Today show.

    And in this conversation she shares a lot of style tips with us, along with the importance of doing a wardrobe detox, the benefit of upcycling and what to spend your money on when it comes to your clothes.

    You can find out more on her Instagram page @fhstyle or email her fiona@fhstyle


    Resources :

    Online apps /stores for vintage

    https://www.vestiairecollective.com/

    https://www.depop.com/

    https://linktr.ee/thriftify.com

    https://whackvintage.ie

    Instagram - @corkclothesswap

     

    Bra fitting services  

    www.peachesandcream.ie

    www.arnotts.ie 

    Vamp Lingerie Limerick 

    Sheer Elegance Lingerie Nenagh 

     

    Rental  

    www.theivorycloset.com

    www.soha.ie


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  • Topics covered : Overcorrection, parenthood, perfectionism, overwhelm, labelling, resilience, smart phones, porn, the importance of setting boundaries.


    Originally from Douglas in Cork, psychotherapist Richard Hogan lives in Dublin with his wife and their 3 daughters.

    He writes a weekly column with the Irish Examiner and often appears on TV and Radio and he specialises in working with families.

    He’s also written two books ‘ Parenting the screenager’ and ‘Home is where the start is’ and during this conversation he talks about anxiety in kids and teenagers, the importance of building resilience in our kids, the impact of mobile phones and the prevalence of porn use and how that is affecting the lives of young people. 

    He covered so much and as always, I learnt so much by listening to him, especially on the importance of asking your kid questions.

    If you found this conversation useful, I recommend you check out Richard's previous episode from last summer, if you haven’t heard it already.

    And he’ll be back again soon, next time with a totally different topic.


    Richard is pushing for legislation around pornographic material and limiting access to children which is the unfortunate current reality.

    I’ve signed my name, I hope you will too, thanks.


    Please sign this petition


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  • Topics covered : his relationship with his Dad Gabor, Zionism, privilege, Jewishness, Palestinians, heartbreak, perspective, purpose.


    This week I speak to the brilliant Daniel Maté and it’s a conversation that has really helped me and I think you’ll feel the same when you listen to it.

    Originally from Vancouver, Canada, he now lives in Brooklyn, New York and he’s an award-winning composer, lyricist, and playwright for musical theatre. Outside of music and theatre, he runs the world’s only “mental chiropractic” service, ‘Take a walk with Daniel’.

    He also co-authored the New York Times bestselling book, ‘The Myth of Normal : Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture,’ with his father Dr. Gabor Maté and they have a second book in the works, ‘Hello Again: A Fresh Start for Parents and Their Adult Children’, based on their popular workshops of the same title.

    For those who are not aware of Daniel's background, his great grandparents died in the Auschwitz concentration camp and his father Gabor was a holocaust survivor and a former Zionist.

    He also went to a Zionist summer camp in childhood, so his perspective on what's currently happening, is really valuable.


    In the first half of our conversation he talks about his work, his relationship with his father and how different they are as people.

    And then later, we discuss Palestine and what he has to say is enlightening.

    He talks about Zionism, privilege and what he learnt about himself during his time in a Mexican jail.


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    Cork, Sunday March 24th

    The Myth of Normal with Daniel Maté - www.pcpsi.ie


    Galway, Thursday 28th March

    Daniel Maté – monroesgalway


    To take a ‘walk with Daniel’…

    WALK WITH DANIEL: a mental chiropractic service


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  • Topics covered : Money scripts - avoidance, vigilance, status seeker, worshipper; scarcity, self-sabotage, ancestral trauma, financial infidelity, secret spending, sales, marketing, dopamine, advice.


    In my first episode of 2024, I speak to Loretta Kennedy about money.

    She's an accredited trauma informed money coach with a background in business, psychology and counselling. 

    Originally from Mayo, Loretta lives in Cork with Ruairí, her soon to be husband, and partner of 20 years and their 3 daughters.


    And in this conversation she covers a multitude, from the different types of money scripts that we operate from and our behaviour around money, what happens to us when we spend, money issues in relationships and she also shares practical tips on how best to approach our finances.


    Resources :


    The Century of the Self: The rise of consumerism

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnPmg0R1M04


    Book mention - Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T Harv Eker


    Money Script quiz:

    https://www.bradklontz.com/moneyscriptstest


    If you are in financial difficulty:

    https://mabs.ie/


    To contact Loretta https://loretta-kennedy.com/

    https://www.instagram.com/itslorettakennedy/


    Free masterclass she is running: Prosperity & Purpose Jan 18th

    https://steep-cloud-220.myflodesk.com/l13w8flp8e


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  • Topics covered : her childhood, the power of journaling, self-worth, being wronged, sitting with pain, authenticity, gaslighting, boundaries, growth, inner child, healing.  


    Over the Christmas break, I’m re-releasing some powerful episodes from 2023 and in February, I spoke to Lebanese-Canadian author, poet, speaker, activist and educator, the incredible Najwa Zebian.

    Najwa being a guest on ‘Ready to be Real’ is a dream come true for me as she is someone I have long admired.

    She grew up in a conservative Muslim household and writing helped her process and heal from past pain.

    Her voice is incredibly soothing, and she has a wonderful way of simplifying complex topics.

    And in this conversation she speaks about being ‘wronged’ and how best to manage it, self-worth and sitting with your pain, gaslighting, the importance of boundaries and how to heal.

    And at the end of the conversation, I ask her a question that has a profound impact on both of us.

    You can find Najwa’s latest book ‘Trust Your Heart’ online and in audio form on her website Najwa Zebian | Author. Speaker. Creator | Author. Speaker. Creator


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  • Topics covered : Parents separating, trauma, guilt, alcoholism, addiction, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, success, rock bottom, hope, finding meaning, love, purpose.  


    I’m on a break over the Christmas period so I am re-releasing a few episodes over the next few weeks that really connected with listeners from 2023.


    In September I spoke to dog lover and activist Niall Harbison.

    If you’re an animal lover and you’re on social media, there is a strong possibility that you already follow Niall.

    Originally from Co. Tyrone, he grew up in Brussels but never lost his Irish accent.

    And over the past 21 months he has been devoting his time to help save street dogs in Thailand.


    And to fully understand the man he is today; we need to go back through some of the experiences that have shaped him in his life. When he was 13, his parents separated, and his mother then had a relationship with an abusive partner which had a massive impact on him. He has been a private chef of Billionaires, a successful and at times controversial entrepreneur, and at his lowest point he found himself in ICU after a drink and drug fuelled binge.

    He's been sober for about 3 years now and his mission is to half the population of stray dogs in the world over the next 20-30 years.


    His book – ‘Hope - how street dogs have taught me the meaning of life’ was released this Autumn and it’s an incredible read.

    I hope you feel inspired by our conversation as Niall is the perfect example of how it’s never too late to change your life.


    For more information on the work he’s doing and if you’d like to donate…

    Click here


    Resources :


    If you need to talk to someone, you can contact a Samaritan on Freephone 116 123 or email [email protected]


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  • Topics covered : Gaza and the occupied territories, Palestine, occupation, Gabor Maté, trauma, visibility, activism, grief, social media, compassion, truth, change.


    In my final conversation of the year and one of the most important I’ve ever had, I speak to Ruth Smith.

    Ruth is a multi-disciplinary artist, teacher and body worker who lives in Galway with her husband Fergal, her Mother-in-Love Marie and their pack of 3 schnauzer dogs and their 3 legged cat.

    And during this topical conversation she speaks about her visit to the West Bank earlier this year and the impact it had on her, the importance of activism and visibility when it comes to the current situation in Gaza and the occupied territories, and how connecting with like-minded people is so important.

    This is an episode for everyone and one I hope will be shared by those who listen.

    We recorded it over 2 separate days, as so much had happened since our first chat, including the US vetoing a resolution calling for a ceasefire.


    If you’re a fan of my pod, please follow, rate and review in all the usual places. And thanks, as always, for your support of Ready to be Real, it really means so much to me.

    Grá mór X


    Some links and resources: 

     

    Here's a link to the movie 1948 Creation and Catastrophe https://www.1948movie.com

     

    Here's a link to Gabor Maté's Q&A with SAND - Science and Non Duality https://youtu.be/NFmJpzBYCvI?si=QWeG-M61lg14LBED

    There is another Q&A with him on Friday 15th at 17:00GMT if anyone wants to join live or you can watch it back on YouTube. 

    Here's the link to join live https://scienceandnonduality.com/event/roots-run-deep-2/

     

    Follow 


    @wizard_bisan1 a young female journalist on the ground in Gaza

    wizard_bisan1

     

    @motaz_azaiza a young male photographer and journalist on the ground in Gaza

    motaz_azaiza

     

    @_kateodwyer_ for somatic practices and calls to action

    _kateodwyer_

     

    @maggiemckeeveryoga for trauma informed and community care yoga practices

    maggiemckeeveryoga

     

    @kitty_maguire_menstrual_mentor for sacred activism

    kitty_maguire_menstrual_mentor

     

    @raeekayassaie for social justice content

    raeekayassaie

     

    Raeeka - British Iranian Activist on Instagram and her Grieve. Integrate. Act. Rest. 

     

    @irish.artists.for.palestine for information on cultural events across all art form all over the Island of Ireland

    irish.artists.for.palestine


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