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Megan Luscombe is a (certified) Australian Life and Relationship Coach. Her (3 seasons only) podcast offers relatable, intimate and to the point commentary (and conversations) on topics surrounding accountability, boundaries, dating, relationships and confidence. To get in touch with Megan email hello@meganluscombe.com.au. Follow Megan on Instagram @meganluscombe_.
 
Megan Luscombe is a certified Life & Relationship Coach and Pregnancy/Birth/Pre/Post Natal Doula. Having featured in Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, Built For The Bedroom and more, her goal is to open up fun, relatable, intimate and to the point conversations when it comes to topics that surround our biggest (and at times hardest) moments in life. No area is off limits so be ready for no-filter interviews, commentary and advice that will help you live more, think more, laugh more, love mo ...
 
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In today's episode we chat with the incredible Laura Miano, who is a sex therapist at AISSM and a sex columnist for Fashion Journal. She also runs casual at-home sex-ed discussions for small groups of friends around Melbourne and is in the process of setting up a sex toy concept store called Posmo. Her mission is to help people overcome the shame a…
 
Elton John said it best when he told us that "sorry seems to be the hardest word" but why does that ring so true? In today's episode Megan talks about apologies and the different ways in which they need to be communicated. Instagram @meganluscombe_Twitter @meganluscombeFacebook group REAL TALKERS with Megan LuscombeFor more info www.meganluscombe.c…
 
[this podcast might require you to turn up the volume - levels went a little weird] Megan receives a LOT of questions about coaching. How does it work? How many sessions would I need? Is it the right thing for me? In today's episode (with the help of her wife, Gwen), Megan answers these types of questions in the hopes of helping listeners understan…
 
In today's podcast Megan is joined by two of her brilliant friends, Lisa & Nikki. They're discussing the importance of [strong] female friendships and the ways in which their friendship continues to grow and thrive. Instagram @meganluscombe_Twitter @meganluscombeFor more info www.meganluscombe.com.au…
 
We often talk about relationship expectations, but are we talking about realistic and healthy ones? In today's episode Megan talks about her TOP 10 and how they positively impact and grow long term love. Instagram @meganluscombe_Twitter @meganluscombeFor more info www.meganluscombe.com.auBy Megan Luscombe
 
Boundaries are necessary in all relationships (romantic, familial, work) however there will come a time (or times) when certain individuals will want to violate yours. In today's episode Megan talks about what to do when that (unfortunately) happens. Instagram @meganluscombe_Twitter @meganluscombeFor more info www.meganluscombe.com.au…
 
A 'mean girl' is described as: "Women who use passive aggressive or outright aggressive tactics to shame, humiliate, ostracize, or hurt other women, often with the intention of making herself look better by comparison." In today's episode Megan talks about these tactics and what behaviours you should to look out for when it comes to spotting a mean…
 
Today Megan focuses on some helpful steps that can be taken should a couple want to rebuild after an affair* has occurred. *This podcast has been recorded with zero judgements and serves the purpose to help in positive ways only. Follow Megan on Instagram @meganluscombe_Follow Megan on Twitter @meganluscombeGet in touch www.meganluscombe.com.au…
 
If you've been on social media lately or even just watched the news you would have come across the catastrophic devastation that is the Australian bush fires. It's a scary and devastating time that has brought up a lot of emotional responses and reactions, that's where this podcast comes in. Today we're talking about ways to [positively] emotionall…
 
A trauma bond is a bond that forms due to intense emotional experiences, more often than not with a toxic person. It's similar to Stockholm Syndrome in the way that it holds its victim emotionally captive to a manipulator who keeps us "hostage". In today's episode we're talking about Trauma Bonding. What is it? How do you know you're in a 'trauma b…
 
There's a lot of lies being told when it comes to love and relationships and those lies are contributing to a bucket load of unrealistic (and pretty damn unfair) expectations. Today we're focusing on 12 common (and unhealthy) relationship myths in hopes that you can better navigate and decipher fact from fiction when it comes to the topic of long t…
 
Boundaries are the guidelines you set when it comes to how you want to be treated in ALL relationships. Relationships with your partner, relationships with your work colleagues, relationships with your family and relationships with your friends. It's important you know how to set [and implement] them because they demonstrate to others what behaviou…
 
Controlling behaviour happens over time. It is a pattern of behaviour that a person uses to have power over another and is a major violation of trust. Whilst not always obvious, controlling behaviours can be a sign of an abusive relationship. If you or someone you know is experiencing some or all of these signs, please get help. 1800RESPECT - 1800 …
 
TRIGGER WARNING: This podcast discusses suicide, grief and loss. "Growing up you were never taught to be comfortable in admitting emotion""The noise in my head gets really loud""You feel like you're invisible" How do we help the men in our lives embrace their emotions?How do we silence our negative voices?How do we help those who feel unseen? In to…
 
*Trigger Warning* Today's episode openly discusses mental health, depression & suicide. Did you know that one in five (20%) Australians aged 16-85 experience a mental illness in any year and that54% of people with mental illness do not access any treatment? Did you know that every day, at least six Australians die from suicide and a further thirty …
 
When we think or talk about toxic behaviours we are so focused on those around us that we forget to turn that mirror on ourselves to address our own. Today's podcast is all about identifying our own toxic behaviours and understanding how and why each of them contributes to pushing people further away from us/you. Follow Megan on Instagram at @megan…
 
Today's episode is a continuation from '4 Friendship Boundaries You Need To Set (PART ONE)'. Without boundaries we can inadvertently allow others to take advantage of us, our kindness, our time, our resources and so much more. When we feel like these things are happening we begin to foster, grow and encourage resentment. This is why friendship boun…
 
Without boundaries we can inadvertently allow others to take advantage of us, our kindness, our time, our resources and so much more. When we feel like these things are happening we begin to foster, grow and encourage resentment. This is why friendship boundaries are necessary. Today Megan focuses on 4 boundaries you need to set. Now. *FINAL PODCAS…
 
In today's podcast Megan helps you take a closer look at the the 'friends' in your life who might be (or are) holding you back. She also delivers some truths when it comes to hanging around with people you don't actually like. Follow Megan on Instagram @meganluscombe_ or get in touch via email at hello@meganluscombe.com.au.…
 
Are you guilty of using your phone 24/7? Always checking social media? Picking it up at the dinner table or when on dates? Constantly on it around your children? If so, this short and to the point podcast is for you. Follow Megan on Instagram @meganluscombe_ or get in touch via email at hello@meganluscombe.com.au…
 
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