Monthly Archives: May 2019

  • The Guilt Prison

    Have you ever felt guilty? Perhaps you’ve done something that you regret and you can’t get it out of your head.

    “Once you’re in a cycle of guilt it affects every part of your life. Before you know it you’ve created a monster!”

    Listen as Richard Mau talks about guilt, and a way to escape it’s negative power over us. It’s not easy to get over guilt, but there is hope.

  • Smashing Plates - Part 2

    “My father was trained in the war in interrogation and torture, he executed me lots of times. One of the flashbacks that would come was being tortured in his workshop under the stairs and the sexual abuse, that went on all the time.”

    Click here to listen to part 2 of our interview where Chris shares one of the key things that freed her from the trauma of her past.

  • Special Parenting

    Have you ever doubted yourself as a parent and had to face feelings of guilt and regret at not being good enough? “When you’re a parent with a child with special needs you feel, well I felt like a bit of a failure as a parent. I’ll be honest there were times in the early days that I wished him out of our family because this is just too hard.” Click here to listen this week as we talk with Kirra about some of the challenges she’s faced raising a son with Aspergers.

  • Mums – You Don’t Have to be Perfect

    As mothers, we often feel like we’re not doing a very good job, and that everyone else seems to have it all under control. Click here to listen to Celia and Ali as they explore what it means to be a mum – some of the favourite parts and maybe not so favourite parts of being a mum.

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