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I Believe Your Abuse

Brandy Fuller Anderson

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A recovery podcast for those who are or have experienced the trauma of narcissistic abuse, focusing more on those in a romantic relationship with a narcissist. Gain insight, acceptance and support as you move forward to a life free from narcissistic abuse. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibelieveyourabuse/support
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What I Believe

Humanists UK

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In this podcast, Chief Executive of Humanists UK Andrew Copson talks to humanists today about what they believe, to understand more about the values, convictions, and opinions they live by.
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Welcome to I Believe Your Abuse where we talk all things narcissistic abuse. In this part 1 of a 2 part series, we delve into everything you need to know about parental alienation, a common manipulation tactic used by the narcissist--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibelieveyourabuse/support…
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Andrew Copson speaks to award-winning writer, comedian, and former doctor Adam Kay who shares the beliefs that have shaped his life and career. From the original values of the NHS, to questions about its future, he lifts the lid on one of the UK’s most cherished institutions, founded by humanist Nye Bevan, and offers a glimpse into the challenges f…
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Andrew Copson speaks to Liberal Democrat peer and patron of Humanists UK, Baroness Lynne Featherstone who shares her political experiences as a Minister of the Conservative–Liberal Democrat Coalition Government (2010-2015). From being the chief architect of the same-sex marriage act, to the values that drive her liberal beliefs, it’s a must-listen …
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Andrew Copson speaks to science communicator Alom Shaha who shares his experiences as a teacher and author. From growing up in a strict Bangladeshi Muslim area in south-east London, to the role of his teachers in shaping his worldview, it’s a thought-provoking episode about the power of education and the thrill of intellectual endeavour. Alom Shaha…
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Andrew Copson speaks to SNP MP Tommy Sheppard about his life and career as a politician. From his childhood in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, to his unwavering commitment to Scottish independence, it's an engaging episode that explores the importance of collective endeavour, democracy, and the need for progressive change in a rapidly changin…
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Andrew Copson chats to multi award-winning journalist, writer, and broadcaster Samira Ahmed who shares the secrets and skills behind her successful career. From questioning those in power, to taking an equal pay case against the BBC, it’s an inspiring episode about the fight for equality and challenging the status quo. Samira Ahmed is a regular con…
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Andrew Copson chats with geneticist and author of How to Argue With a Racist Adam Rutherford about the motivations behind a career spent challenging false claims from religion and pseudoscience. From unshackling ourselves from the constraints of evolution, to charting the trajectory of our long history, it's a reflective discussion that emphasises …
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Andrew Copson explores the life and work of eminent neurosurgeon and writer Henry Marsh who reflects on living with advanced prostate cancer and the motivations behind his world-renowned career. From his unconventional route into medicine, to his experiences as both doctor and patient, it's a thought-provoking discussion about the complexities of h…
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Andrew Copson deep dives into the fascinating world of comedian, author, and human rights advocate Sandi Toksvig who shares some of the experiences that have fueled her fervent commitment to equality and justice. From school days spent at a French-speaking convent (where she masterminded a school rebellion), to earlier this year challenging the Arc…
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Let’s continue our recovery from narcissistic abuse as we explore some of the neuro chemical explanations for the trauma bond, and how we become addicted to this abuse. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibelieveyourabuse/support
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Survivors of narcissistic abuse have all pondered this very question. Find out why in this episode of I Believe Your Abuse as we continue to heal from narcissistic abuse. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibelieveyourabuse/support
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to writer and broadcaster Dr Susan Blackmore about what she believes, from being open minded and then skeptical, to arguments leading you somewhere, and the self as the whole embodied person with no free will but happy and good.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to Swedish author and IT-entrepreneur Christer Sturmark about what he believes, from the importance of being an activist, to our moral responsibility to learn and be coherent, and critical thinking to find the truth.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to historian S I Martin about what he believes, from history and common ownership, to history as a framework for great arguments and ongoing engagement, and exposure to as many diverse views and experiences as possible.Humanists UK
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On this episode we discuss those early stages of the relationship, and what took place to suck you in, and trap you there. Love bombing. Trauma bonding. And how to start to heal from this narcissistic abuse. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibelieveyourabuse/support
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to epidemiologist Professor Kate Pickett about what she believes, from fairness as a moral value to the benefits to all of reducing inequality, hopefulness in the cause of social change, and taking the long view.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to philosopher A C Grayling about what he believes, from curiosity and making sense of things to being a good guest at life's dinner party, our democratic deficit, the good state, and the interconnectedness of all these things.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to former Chief Scientific Adviser to the European Commission, Professor Dame Anne Glover, about what she believes, from curiosity, to the infinite possibilities of things you can't see, uncertainty, making knowledge useful, making a difference, and the vital importance of diversity to success.…
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to broadcaster and Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Religion, Francesca Stavrakopoulou, about what she believes, from justice for marginalised people from the past, to death rituals, identity in the long human story, and human exceptionalism.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to cognitive scientist, Steven Pinker, about what he believes, from understanding ourselves, to consciousness raising of what it means to be human, the continuous landscape of knowledge, progress, and rationality.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to stand up comedian and author, Shaparak Khorsandi, about what she believes, from living in exile and being an outsider, to hospitality, communication and creativity, connecting with others, equality of status, and appreciation of freedom.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to actor Eddie Marsan about what he believes, from choosing your way, living with integrity, thinking like an immigrant, combatting dogmatism and supremacy, empowerment, making your own character, and opportunity for all.Humanists UK
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Have questions about how to going no contact, or utilizing the gray rock method? It may be the only way you break free. On this episode, we discuss how to best use both methods to help you fully break free and recover from narcissistic abuse. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibelieveyourabuse/support…
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to politician, campaigner, and author, Siân Berry about what she believes, from abundance, optimism, improvement, the long view of human history, the spirit of inquiry, the distribution of power, and democracy and freedom.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to actor and fledgling scientist Isaac Hempstead Wright about what he believes, from inquiry and truth, joy of finding things out, question after question, and how creativity and imagination are essential for science, and make-believe alike.Humanists UK
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Bipolar Disorder and NPD are frequently mistaken for each other. Can someone have both? Why is it important to know? Tune in to episode 13 for this discussion. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibelieveyourabuse/support
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to theoretical physicist, author, and broadcaster, Jim Al-Khalili about what he believes, from lessons from quantum, science as a human enterprise, the values of the scientific approach, and amiable approaches to finding the truth.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to physicist, oceanographer, author, television presenter, and ‘bubble-enthusiast’, Helen Czerski about what she believes, from finding out how the world works, acknowledgment of messiness, the perspective of a scientist, being moved by the currents, and all being in the same canoe.…
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to broadcaster and Humanist Society Scotland celebrant, Carol Smillie about what she believes, from collaborative environments, the diversity of human stories, taking on taboos and injustices, and building your own life story.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to award-winning journalist, David Aaronovitch about what he believes, from the value of freedom of expression, an obsession with truth, a hatred of scapegoating, and giving up the Marxist-Leninist worldview he was raised in.Humanists UK
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In this episode, Andrew speaks to Emmy-nominated composer and producer, Hannah Peel about what she believes, from the meaning of music, its primal quality, music science and nature, music that binds us to place, music that connects us to people, being open, and the mystical aspect of artistic creation.…
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