Welcome to Break That Mould! I started the podcast and blog to open minds, start conversations, and challenge the unnecessary expectations we place on ourselves. I cover emotional wellbeing topics from sexuality, love, and relationships, through to identity, core-beliefs, and self-worth.

Many of our self-limiting thoughts come from fear of judgement and social exclusion, or following the crowd without realising there’s another way of doing things. And that other way isn’t necessarily ‘weird’, it’s just not something we considered.

Break That Mould is a place you can really be yourself, and hopefully realise there is NO SUCH THING AS NORMAL!

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Break That Mould Podcast

On the podcast I explore why there’s no right way to be a human and how many of the things we perceive as ‘normal’ are really just opinion. Speaking to my own experiences from the profound to the downright embarrassing, I share some of the knowledge I have gathered over years of being a mental health carer, qualified Reiki Master, and woman who has learned to go against social expectations. The show covers self-love, sexuality, relationships, mental health, wellbeing, body image, and how we can make peace with our true selves.

Episodes released every fortnight.


Sometimes it's OK to Be a Quitter Break That Mould

Don’t throw in the towel… don’t be a quitter… don’t give up… The way we frame quitting can condition us to think that putting a stop to something might be a waste or a sign of weakness. But this perspective can keep us stuck in toxic relationships, trapped in jobs that suck away our soul, and tied to goals that no longer serve us. Website: https://breakthatmould.com/podcast/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breakthatmould  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breakthatmould/ 
  1. Sometimes it's OK to Be a Quitter
  2. Why Adults Need Playtime Too
  3. How to Make a Big Decision or Life Change
  4. Romantic Rejection and Personal Power
  5. Sexuality Labels and our Sense of Identity
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