Today, we’re thrilled to have the incredibly talented Emily-Jane Clark, a comedy TV writer and author, whose witty perspective on life’s ups and downs is both refreshing and relatable.
Emily’s journey through postnatal depression, anxiety, and OCD, coupled with her unique approach to tackling these challenges through humour, offers not only laughter but a deep sense of connection.
In this episode, we delve into how humour can be a powerful tool in dealing with life’s complexities.
Get ready for a blend of heartwarming insights and laughter-inducing moments!
Here are the highlights:
(3:19) Writing, motherhood, and mental health
(11:28) Societal pressure and insecurity in motherhood
(19:59) OCD habits and their impact on anxiety
(22:46) Using humour to cope with dark topics
(29:17) Managing OCD and anxiety with personal insights
(39:20) Writing children’s books with humour and purpose
(42:02) Coping with motherhood and mental health
Find out more:
[email protected] to ask Michaela about Burn Bright.