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Welcome to the Love~Listen~Talk~Repeat podcast. 

I'm Wendy Capewell, a Psychotherapist, and Counsellor with more than 16 years of experience.  You can learn more about me and how to work with me on my website here

'The better you know yourself, the better your relationship with the rest of the world' 

- Toni Collette

The first and most important relationship is the one with ourselves. Our past experiences have shaped the person we are now. But that doesn't mean that defines us, and it doesn't mean we can't ditch those habits or negative beliefs that really don't work anymore.

By having a deeper understanding of ourselves, we are more able to create much better relationships with others in our world, whether personal, romantic, or professional.

My guests come from varied backgrounds and share their stories and experiences. Maybe similar to yours, or giving you a different perspective. 

So why not sit down, grab a cuppa and choose one of the episodes to listen to. 


Apr 27, 2018

Beatrix is a sleep coach, speaker, the author of The Sleep Deep Method and founder of The Sleep Deep Practice. She focuses her work on raising awareness about insomnia, sleep problems caused by lifestyle choices and how these affect our everyday lives.

  • Beatrix talks about the work she does at The Sleep...

Apr 20, 2018

Kelly Pietrangeli is the Mama Motivator behind Project Me, an online platform dedicated to inspiring and empowering mothers to take control of their busy lives and find a happier balance. Her 'Project Me Life Wheel Tool®' makes it easy to see what is, and what isn’t working in your life so you can take small step...

Apr 13, 2018

Why snooping on your partner often makes things worse, rather than better.

Wendy Capewell's experience of working with couples has shown her that snooping on each other causes so many more problems than it solves. A mistakenly placed 'x' at the end of a text can be misconstrued as meaning so much more, and once sent...

Apr 6, 2018

Arguments and disagreements can make life miserable especially when they are between you and your partner.

Wendy Capewell reads an excerpt about conflict -  from her book 'From Surviving to Thriving in a Romantic Relationship'

Life events can often trigger them 

  • Getting married
  • A new baby
  • Moving in together
  • A change in...