Monthly Archives: June 2019

  • A Split Mind

    “I try not to think of my son as schizophrenia, but by his name. And schizophrenia is part of it but he is also my son, child of God, uncle, worker, just like all of us.”

    Click here to listen as Celia Fielke talks with Sue whose son has schizophrenia. Find out what’s kept Sue going as she has supported her son over the last 20 years.

  • Not Good Enough

    “I generally feel like I am actually a really good person. Why am I not good enough for my parents to love me?” Do you ever feel like you’re not good enough? The messages we receive as children have a huge impact on the way we see ourselves, and that can stay with us throughout our life. Click here to listen as we talk with Sarah about the challenges she’s faced to feel truly loved and accepted.

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