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Donna Stolzenberg – contributor

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Donna Stolzenberg Founder and CEO, the National Homeless Collective VICTORIAN AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR 2021 Proud Indigenous woman Donna Stolzenberg is a CEO, keynote speaker and trainer. In...

Emotional Labour – why are women still carrying the load?

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IT'S NOT THE LOAD THAT BREAKS YOU DOWN, IT'S THE WAY YOU CARRY IT. -Lou Holz Recently my partner moved in with me and sharing space with...

Surviving a break up – Ten Tips towards recovery

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I'm fairly confident of this - as contrite as it seems, time heals most wounds. It doesn't erase memories, but it does heal. When a relationship ends and leaves us bleeding, we hope (some will pray) for time to speed up.

Good Little Girl Syndrome

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Are you a people pleaser who is living your life by other's rules and expectations in an effort to make everyone happy? If you're tired of living like this, here's how you can survive being a "Good Girl" and be your authentic, powerful self.

Mindful Buying – Discovering some of Melbourne’s secret ethical designers

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In a world of instant gratification and disposable everything, there is a new wave starting to push back that encourages sustainable, ethical fashion, buying locally, sourcing pre-loved and making better choices.

Susan Francis – Contributor

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Susan Francis is the author of her memoir, The Love That Remains. After spending over twenty years searching for her biological parents, Susan met...

Podcast 019 – Susan Francis – Author

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Spending over twenty years searching for her biological parents, Susan met the love of her life. After a whirlwind romance, they married and set...

Podcast 018 (Part 2) -Claire Ashman – Cult Survivor to...

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For almost a decade she lived by the whim of a man who called himself "Little Pebble", the leader of a doomsday cult called The Order of St. Charbel. Forced to join the religious order, she took a vow of poverty, chastity and obedience and attended prayer sessions three times a day, It was the concern for the safety of her eight young children that eventually saw her bravely flee with her kids from the secretive cult , led by convicted rapist and pedophile William Kamm, on the NSW south coast.

Podcast 015 – Kerri Sackville – author, columnist, and social commentator

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Today in the Confessional we chat to writer Kerri Sackville! Kerri is an Australian author, columnist, social commentator, media personality and mother of three....

Emotional Labour – why are women still carrying the load?

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Two years after an essay emerged in Harper's Bizarre about the Emotional Labour women carry, has anything really changed? Why are women still carrying the emotional and physical lion's share?