Society & Culture:Personal Journals
Daniella Moyles: Episode 234
Daniella Moyles speaks about her amazing journey from model to DJ to travelogue writer. It's a journey that began a realisation that she was suffering from extreme anxiety (4:00). With sobering honesty, Daniella speaks about how she frequently suffered panic attacks while presenting one of Dublin's most popular breakfast radio shows (22:00).
From the paradigm shift about social media that changed her perspective on life (41:00) to the horrific insight she was given working in the world’s biggest refugee camp (52:00) and much more, this is the ideal conversation to sit back and reflect with on the week of International Women’s Day.
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