It’s easy to think of domestic violence as only moments of anger and physical abuse but when you look deeper it’s about one person controlling the other. Click here to listen to Celia this week as she talks with Susan and Deb about their stories of domestic violence.
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No one is immune from the threat of domestic and family violence. In recent times family violence has been spoken about much more openly. Click here to listen to James this week as he looks at the effects of domestic violence, and how we can search for hope in the face of such a widespread and destructive problem.
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 chat with Ali Hoopmann,
mother of 3, about the highs and lows of being a mum. How do we get through when we just
feel like we’re not doing anything well?
Where do you go when your dreams are shattered? How do you recover from the emotional trauma and grief that overwhelms you? Click here to listen to Deborah’s story of miscarriage and how she found hope to move forwards and to dream again.
Depression affects men and women from all ages, races and economic groups. Depression is something we talk about a lot more these days, but it’s still something hard to understand... Click here to listen to Celia talk with Rosemary who has lived with depression throughout her life. Rosemary talks about the difference between sadness and depression and a variety of ways to successfully manage its negative effects.
Do you ever feel ashamed We’ve all been embarrassed or ashamed at some point in our lives. Sometimes it affects us so deeply that it sticks with us and can pop up when we least expect it? Click here to listen as Richard, Celia and Noel have a conversation about shame. Why do we feel ashamed, and what can we do about it?
Have you ever doubted yourself as a parent and had to face feelings of guilt and regret at not being good enough? Click here to listen as we talk with Kirra about some of the challenges she’s faced raising a son with Aspergers. It’s hard enough to parent when everything is running smoothly but add into the mix children with special needs and unpredictable behaviour and you can find yourself feeling like you’re never good enough.