The RovingBookworm Podcast: Our Mental Health – Why Should We Care?

Hello everyone,

Welcome to Episode 4 of the RovingBookworm Podcast!

A safe space for meaningful conversations inspired by books, poetry and music.

I hope that this podcast will bring to life interesting perspectives from fiction to real life and hopefully it would be something worth your while.

I am excited to be publishing yet another episode of my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening as much as I did when having this conversation.

This episode features me and the brilliant Rachel Eyo as we discuss a topic that we are so passionate about.

‘Our Mental Health: Why Should We Care?’

My inspiration comes from two books I read this year titled ‘Stranger in Lagos’ by Sally Kenneth Dadzie and ‘I’m Telling The Truth But I’m Lying’ by Bassey Ikpi (Check out my review of ‘Stranger in LagosHERE).

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Click Here To Listen: Our Mental Health: Why Should We Care? with Rachel Eyo

 

Did you enjoy listening to this podcast?

Please like or leave a comment.

Do you want to continue this conversation with me or you need help with your mental health? Please contact me by filling the form below and I will respond to your email as soon as possible.

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Thanks for stopping by.


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