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The Baggage Reclaim Sessions

Natalie Lue

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The Baggage Reclaim Sessions

The Baggage Reclaim Sessions

Natalie Lue

58
Followers
275
Plays
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About Us

All humans have emotional baggage, and yet, so many of us are unaware of what we're carrying until we hit a low point, experience a health crisis, or recognise that we're in a painful pattern with our relationships or how we feel about and treat ourselves. Natalie Lue expands her popular blog Baggage Reclaim into podcast form with a weekly show about how to live and love with more self-esteem by unpacking, decluttering and tidying up our excess emotional baggage. It's time to reclaim yourself and experience more love, care trust and respect.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 186: Following Through On Intentions & Words With Action

Natalie expands on a video she shared on Instagram to explain how to match your actions with your intentions and words during this time of increased awareness and conversations about racism.

44 MIN11 h ago
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Ep. 186: Following Through On Intentions & Words With Action

The Emperor Has No Clothes On: Let's Talk About Gaslighting

There was a time when people thought that gaslighting was something that occurred purely within the context of abusive relationships, but it's far more prevalent than we realise. Natalie shares examples and how to recognise it, plus she explains why we mustn't normalise gaslighting and let it go unchecked. Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

54 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Emperor Has No Clothes On: Let's Talk About Gaslighting

Ep. 184: 'Why Am I Feeling OK?' and Other Worries

Natalie explores four common responses to the pandemic that people are grappling with: Why am I feeling OK?, Why am I not OK?, Why am I so angry?, and Why aren't I doing more? Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

56 MIN2 w ago
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Ep. 184: 'Why Am I Feeling OK?' and Other Worries

Ep. 183: Normal People and Casual Relationships

When Natalie mentioned on Instagram Stories that she was loving the TV adaption of Sally Rooney's novel, Normal People, she received a flurry of replies about this portrayal of a casual (sometimes secret) relationship mixed with a complicated friendship. Natalie talks about some of the sources of hurt and misunderstanding in casual relationships and what we can learn from our participation. Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

44 MIN3 w ago
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Ep. 183: Normal People and Casual Relationships

Ep. 182: Your 'Worthiness' Isn't To Blame

What if having your needs and wants met has absolutely nothing to do with how worthy you are and whether you 'deserve' it? Natalie shares a recent light-bulb moment and talks about why we have to stop telling ourselves the lie that our worthiness is to blame. Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

27 MIN3 w ago
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Ep. 182: Your 'Worthiness' Isn't To Blame

Ep. 181: Unsatisfactory Endings and Closing The Story Loop

Humans don't like unsatisfactory endings, hence why we feel as if we're left hanging by the sudden cancellation of a TV series or a dodgy ending. Natalie talks about how our desire to close loops can cause us to do things like seek validation, wait for a call we didn't want or to feel as if the 'bad guy' won. Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

34 MINMAY 2
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Ep. 181: Unsatisfactory Endings and Closing The Story Loop

Ep.180: Time For A Second (Or Umpteenth) Chance?

When someone shows us who they are, they're showing us their values. If that's different to who we are and where we want to go, we have to acknowledge this. But sometimes, despite what we know, we look to give a second (or umpteenth) chance. Natalie breaks down what's really going on in these situations so that when we do give (or receive) chances, we do so with more awareness and truth. Instagram|Break The Cycle|Blog |Membership

38 MINAPR 24
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Ep.180: Time For A Second (Or Umpteenth) Chance?

Ep. 179: Better The Devil You Know?

When an ex who didn't treat us with love, care, trust and respect starts saying 'all the right things', it's all-too-easy to be nostalgic. Before we plot our fairy-tale ending or abandon opportunities, our current relationship or even ourselves and the growth we've experienced since the relationship ended, let's check ourselves. Instagram|Courses|Blog |Membership

36 MINAPR 17
Comments
Ep. 179: Better The Devil You Know?

Ep. 178: About Allowing You To Feel Angry

So many of us struggle with giving ourselves permission to feel our feelings, especially when it comes to anger. Natalie talks about why allowing ourselves to feel angry is critical to our emotional, mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, and why acknowledging our 'silent rage' helps us to be more aware of our people-pleasing. Instagram|Classes|Blog |Membership

33 MINAPR 10
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Ep. 178: About Allowing You To Feel Angry

Ep. 177: Discomfort and the Time-Off Thermostat

What's your tolerance for discomfort, boredom or time out from your typical routine? Natalie talks about our discomfort with having time and space, especially when it means that we might feel and think more than our typical way of life allows for. Instagram|Classes|Blog |Membership

40 MINAPR 3
Comments
Ep. 177: Discomfort and the Time-Off Thermostat

Latest Episodes

Ep. 186: Following Through On Intentions & Words With Action

Natalie expands on a video she shared on Instagram to explain how to match your actions with your intentions and words during this time of increased awareness and conversations about racism.

44 MIN11 h ago
Comments
Ep. 186: Following Through On Intentions & Words With Action

The Emperor Has No Clothes On: Let's Talk About Gaslighting

There was a time when people thought that gaslighting was something that occurred purely within the context of abusive relationships, but it's far more prevalent than we realise. Natalie shares examples and how to recognise it, plus she explains why we mustn't normalise gaslighting and let it go unchecked. Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

54 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Emperor Has No Clothes On: Let's Talk About Gaslighting

Ep. 184: 'Why Am I Feeling OK?' and Other Worries

Natalie explores four common responses to the pandemic that people are grappling with: Why am I feeling OK?, Why am I not OK?, Why am I so angry?, and Why aren't I doing more? Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

56 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Ep. 184: 'Why Am I Feeling OK?' and Other Worries

Ep. 183: Normal People and Casual Relationships

When Natalie mentioned on Instagram Stories that she was loving the TV adaption of Sally Rooney's novel, Normal People, she received a flurry of replies about this portrayal of a casual (sometimes secret) relationship mixed with a complicated friendship. Natalie talks about some of the sources of hurt and misunderstanding in casual relationships and what we can learn from our participation. Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

44 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Ep. 183: Normal People and Casual Relationships

Ep. 182: Your 'Worthiness' Isn't To Blame

What if having your needs and wants met has absolutely nothing to do with how worthy you are and whether you 'deserve' it? Natalie shares a recent light-bulb moment and talks about why we have to stop telling ourselves the lie that our worthiness is to blame. Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

27 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Ep. 182: Your 'Worthiness' Isn't To Blame

Ep. 181: Unsatisfactory Endings and Closing The Story Loop

Humans don't like unsatisfactory endings, hence why we feel as if we're left hanging by the sudden cancellation of a TV series or a dodgy ending. Natalie talks about how our desire to close loops can cause us to do things like seek validation, wait for a call we didn't want or to feel as if the 'bad guy' won. Instagram|Break The Cycle Online Course|Blog |Membership

34 MINMAY 2
Comments
Ep. 181: Unsatisfactory Endings and Closing The Story Loop

Ep.180: Time For A Second (Or Umpteenth) Chance?

When someone shows us who they are, they're showing us their values. If that's different to who we are and where we want to go, we have to acknowledge this. But sometimes, despite what we know, we look to give a second (or umpteenth) chance. Natalie breaks down what's really going on in these situations so that when we do give (or receive) chances, we do so with more awareness and truth. Instagram|Break The Cycle|Blog |Membership

38 MINAPR 24
Comments
Ep.180: Time For A Second (Or Umpteenth) Chance?

Ep. 179: Better The Devil You Know?

When an ex who didn't treat us with love, care, trust and respect starts saying 'all the right things', it's all-too-easy to be nostalgic. Before we plot our fairy-tale ending or abandon opportunities, our current relationship or even ourselves and the growth we've experienced since the relationship ended, let's check ourselves. Instagram|Courses|Blog |Membership

36 MINAPR 17
Comments
Ep. 179: Better The Devil You Know?

Ep. 178: About Allowing You To Feel Angry

So many of us struggle with giving ourselves permission to feel our feelings, especially when it comes to anger. Natalie talks about why allowing ourselves to feel angry is critical to our emotional, mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, and why acknowledging our 'silent rage' helps us to be more aware of our people-pleasing. Instagram|Classes|Blog |Membership

33 MINAPR 10
Comments
Ep. 178: About Allowing You To Feel Angry

Ep. 177: Discomfort and the Time-Off Thermostat

What's your tolerance for discomfort, boredom or time out from your typical routine? Natalie talks about our discomfort with having time and space, especially when it means that we might feel and think more than our typical way of life allows for. Instagram|Classes|Blog |Membership

40 MINAPR 3
Comments
Ep. 177: Discomfort and the Time-Off Thermostat

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