Episode 3

Hannah Palamara - single parenthood, sobriety and living with grief.

Published on: 28th January, 2021

In this episode we hear from the wonderful Hannah Palamara. Hannah shares her incredible journey from party girl to single mum, finding sobriety and how spiritual healing and therapy helped her turn her life around.

Hannah’s husband died in 2019, and Hannah talks about her experience with grief and how that took a toll on her mental and physical health. Hannah’s has had to work through so many challenging stages in her life and the way she approaches balancing her mental health is truly inspirational. I am sure you will love hearing her share her story.

You can find Hannah on instagram @hannahpalamarahonestlyyou

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About the Podcast

Tipping The Balance
Mental health and happiness is not as simple as arriving at a destination. It takes work everyday. How can we help to tip the balance in favour of our mental health?
We can all admit to wishing we had more balance in our lives. How many times have you said, "I just don't have the right balance at the moment." Maybe you think you need to work less, have more (or less!) time with your children, get outside more, exercise more, eat more healthily. What ever it is you and almost everyone else has an idea of what balance means to them, their lives and their mental health.

'Tipping the balance,' explores these concepts with a range of different people. Parents, business owners, people living with grief, overcoming abuse, mental health specialists. We have it all here and I hope you can listen to these shows and feel in someway you have spent time tipping the balance in favour of your own mental health.

You can find me on instagram @thebalanceddoula

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About your host

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Katie Hickey

I am a birth doula, podcaster and vet! All my areas of work bring together elements of balance, growth and self-development. I am a convert to the slow living movement and live in rural Devon with my family. I love hearing from other people how they strive to find balance in their lives in order to live intentionally and maintain a positive tilt on their mental health.