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Nell Daly is a highly trained, pioneering, holistic psychotherapist, journalist, TV commentator and mother of three children.

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The Good Dad Project

The Good Dad Project – The Unexpected Secrets of Men, Women, and Sex


A healthy sex life is crucial to a happy and harmonious relationship, but sex is one of the most difficult things for men to talk about. Today our second ever female guest, Nell Gibbon Daly, talks with us frankly about sex and how we can make breakthroughs in communication to improve intimacy and experience amazing sex. (EXPLICIT)

Sports Motivation Podcast

Sports Motivation Podcast


Tune in as we discuss male and female energies, the importance of meditation, examining your pain points, and much more. With much more to talk about, we’ll have to schedule a part two with you soon!

Science of Sports Mastery Podcast

The Science of Sports Mastery

We can learn a great deal from female athletes and their own set of unique challenges and strengths. Their body chemistry, development, emotionality and social dynamics need to be taken into account when preparing to be an elite athlete. Nell Daly, a highly trained psychotherapist, and journalist is an expert on the uniquely female aspects of a Student-Athlete’s experience. This includes the effects of birth control and anti-depressants on the female athlete.

The Good Dad Project

The Good Dad Project – Porn – Why We Watch It, When It’s a Problem, and How to Stop


Pornography – It’s pervasive in our culture today. 70% of men between the ages of 30 to 60 look at online pornography weekly. Still, no one wants to talk about it. Today I have psychotherapist and relationships expert, Nell Daly, on the show with me to answer what most guys are dying to know – how much porn is too much? And how do we stop when it becomes a problem? Don’t miss this honest (and explicit) discussion on the truth about porn addiction.

We Rad Dads Podcast

We Rad Dads


This interview is a fundamental listen for all of us but especially for those of us who are struggling with ourselves in this new and uncomfortable environment. Nell unpacks genuine insight to creating the stable foundation you need in order to move forward from the depths of your own bomb crater.

Spiritual Awakening with Nell Daly

The Intuitive Woman Podcast


Grab your favorite beverage and hang out as we chat all things spiritual. Nell spoke openly about her belief, her faith and her most recent Spiritual Awakening. As a TV correspondent on CNN and Fox News, and a Mom to 3, Nell is candid about what some people call “Woo Hoo”. You’re going to love this conversation!

what matters most

What Matters Most 467 — Nell Daly


What a breath of fresh air to share an inspired dialogue with the great Nell Daly (find her on Instagram and Facebook, and subscribe to her podcast!).  I have admired her work for some time so it was an honor to do this deep dive.  Nell brings so much wisdom to the moment.

Editorial & Online Features
Baby Not Sleeping Article

Imperfect Parent – Baby Not Sleeping


Getting babies to sleep is big business. On a recent trip through the parenting section of my local Barnes & Noble in New York City, I counted roughly thirty books that promised to teach parents how to get their baby to sleep through the night. A quick search on Amazon.com later that day led me to hundreds of parenting guides; nearly each one had a chapter on how to regulate the sleeping habits of your baby.

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Wedding Last Name

Should You Change Your Name After Marriage? The Woman’s Surname Quandary


Is it necessary for me to have a last name? Why can’t I act like a rockstar too, and just be called by my first name — Nell? I was born Nell Kathleen McCarthy. I hated my first name growing up. No one was named Nell, except cows and Nellie Olson from Little House on the Prairie.

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Germanwings Flight 9525: A Psychotherapist Questions Germany’s Medical Privacy Laws and International Airline Regulations


I believe in protecting patients’ rights to confidential treatment. I am a psychotherapist. But I also believe that airlines need to have separate procedures in place for pilots who have any mental health history, including more nuanced “duty to warn” laws and modified medical privacy laws. Those laws then need to become international policies— a new gold standard by which all airlines operate.

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4 Common Mommy Mistakes — And How to Fix Them


“Ball.” “Go.” “No.” “Poop.” Among toddlers, these are a few of the most commonly uttered words. My 20-month-old son, Austin, however, has one he loves more: “lollipop.” Not only is he addicted to candy on a stick — he knows how to get it. I’ve sunk into this sticky situation by using the pops to sucker Austin and his 3-year-old sister, Avery, into getting dressed, sitting still, and putting on their shoes.

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Just Show Up: A Love Story


Trying to remember the exact moment I fell in love with my son, Nathaniel, is hard. It might have been when he appeared to be listening intently as I read him my favorite book from childhood, The Velveteen Rabbit. It might have been during the walk when he reached out from his baby carrier and grabbed my finger.

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Modeling & Brand Partnerships

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