Our mind and body can be transformed through the simple act of walking. That’s why Dr Alex George has made this new, ambient podcast.It supports his mission to ...
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Pt 3: How did Birding help Mya-Rose Craig cope with her mum’s bipolar?
In the final part of this week’s stomp, Mya-Rose discusses her favourite birds and her record breaking bird-count. Mya-Rose explains the power of connecting with an unusual hobby, the pair discuss their experiences of neurodiversity and Mya-Rose shares how birding helped her family's mental health.Follow Mya-Rose @birdgirluk and order Birdgirl, We Have a Dream or Flight and Dr Alex’s latest book The Mind Manual Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pt 2: Mya-Rose Craig on Climate change campaigning from just 12 years old
As Dr Alex continues his stomp with Mya-Rose, she shares how she created a whole birding community online with her blog Birdgirl when she was just 11 years old. They also discuss how she became a climate change activist working with National Geographic, her time in the Arctic with Greenpeace and the image of her on the ice that went viral attracting attention to the shrinking ice. Mya-Rose also explains the work of her charity Black2Nature, their mission to connect Visible Minority Ethnic (VME) people with nature and the importance of access to nature. Follow Mya-Rose @birdgirluk Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pt 1: Mya-Rose Craig, aka Birdgirl, in Chew Valley
Activist, author and birdwatcher Mya-Rose West is joining Dr Alex George for a stomp at Chew Valley Lake in Bristol. Mya-Rose shows Alex the ropes of birdwatching and discusses the positive effect it has had on her family and her own mental health and the pair reflect on the incredible therapeutic effects of nature. Follow Mya-Rose @birdgirluk and @thestompcast, pick up Dr Alex’s latest book The Mind Manual and order Birdgirl Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pt 3: Why do the 3 Dads Walking want suicide prevention to be taught in schools?
In the final part of this stomp with Dr Alex George and 3 Dads Walking, they discuss some shocking statistics and the urgency to support young people with their mental health.They explain what suicide prevention is, why they’re lobbying the government to have it compulsory on the school curriculum and what the Prime Minister said to them when they were invited to Number 10. They also share tips on how to approach someone who is struggling and how you can help the 3 Dads in their mission. Follow @3dadswalking, sign their petition and donate to their efforts at www.3dadswalking.ukLINKS:PapyrusHub of Hope Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pt 2: How 3 Dads Walking raised £1 million for charity
In part 2, the 3 Dads Walking share how they only met twice before setting off on the 300-mile walk which captured the attention of the nation. Tim reveals the note his daughter left for him, Mike shares the desperation of wanting to know why his daughter had taken her own life and Andy shares the game-changing moments which led to raising over £1 million. They also share their standout memories from the walk, including the moving stories from bereaved parents and the A-List celebrity who donated to their campaign. TW: This episode discusses suicideFollow @3dadswalking, sign their petition and donate to their efforts at www.3dadswalking.ukLINKS:PapyrusHub of Hope Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Our mind and body can be transformed through the simple act of walking. That’s why Dr Alex George has made this new, ambient podcast.It supports his mission to get us all out stomping, so whether you’re taking the dog out, hiking up a mountain or maybe you simply need some fresh air, Dr Alex and his guests will be here every week as your loyal stomping companions.In every episode, you’ll hear Dr Alex George out on a stomp with an exciting guest, in a location of their choice, to take a meander into their lives.You’ll wind through uplifting and thought-provoking conversations with a soothing backdrop of birdsong, crashing waves or the breeze gently rustling through leaves.Each episode is split into three parts, designed to be listened to on three short stomps, or one long one.So put on your headphones, follow @thestompcast and join us on a good old stomp. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.