#101 FAITH AGUGU | The Silver Siren redefining ageing

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Faith Agugu
Faith Agugu

Happy New Year and welcome back to The Good Girl Confessional Podcast! Our first episode for 2023 features a brilliant special guest. Faith Agugu is a Pro-Aging advocate who is helping women to embrace aging! Faith chats with host Sandy Lowres about how she is changing the narrative around ageing.

Faith is the Founder of Silver Sirens, a movement which is passionate about redefining ageing and celebrating the rise of culture’s fascinating 40+ female demosgraphic.

Faith is a qualified psychotherapist and she knows the power of embracing yourself for exactly who you are. Faith has always had the instinct that she would get better with age and she is now inspiring other women to adopt this mindset.

Silver Sirens is a growing annual gathering that explores and celebrates this extraordinary time in women’s lives.

“As each new wave of contemnporay women reaches middle age, they rewrite the blurprint of how we see aging. The truth is that 50+ women are becoming freer, more financially independent, visible and expressed than any other time in history.”

You can follow Faith here:

Https://www.silversirens.org
https://www.instagram.com/silversirens_redefiningageing
https://www.facebook.com/silversirens,redfiningageing

The Good Girl Confessional is the award-winning Podcast of WB40 – Women Beyond Forty, a platform for women 40, 50, 60 and beyond.

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Wb40 and The Good Girl Confessional Acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land we record this podcast on, the Wurrundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations and pay out respect to their elders, past, present and emerging.

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Faith moved to Australia for love over 29 years ago. After losing a much-wanted pregnancy, She fell into a deep depression where Faith was abusing alcohol to medicate her grief. After committing to rehab and many years of personal development, she discovered that the core of her problem was a belief that she was unlovable and unworthy. Faith threw herself into a 12-step recovery and worked with a number of spiritual teachers. She also embraced various philosophies and went deeper into her practice of meditation and yoga. Through it all, Faith came to a place of self-love and self-acceptance. She is passionate about guiding others back to a loving place where, with courage, they begin to discover lost hope and gain the strength to put the broken pieces back together again. When people first come to her, they have a deep sense of hopelessness. she wants them to know that even though they have no hope at that moment, her job is to hold onto hope for them until they are strong enough to embody it for themselves. Faiths clients describe her as a practical and grounded healer and counsellor. Her three-year adventure into a social science degree has impacted her practice, bringing a balance to her naturally intuitive nature. Faith is passionate about helping her clients to find their inner strength and to integrate it into their work, relationships and passions. Faith travels to London twice a year where and runs group events, and also available for one-on-one sessions with London-based clients during this time.