Breakthrough after breakthrough – the power of others

Just this week I was speaking to a courageous woman. She is courageous because she had reached the point of honesty with herself, and threw off the notion that she was fine. She realised instead that  a richer life awaited her if she acknowledged that she wasn’t okay and sought support. This was why my life had connected with hers, and why we had the chance to … Continue reading Breakthrough after breakthrough – the power of others

Gasping for breath: why young Australians need intentional support

By Ruth Limkin I heard something the other night that took my breath away. It did so because I had several childhood friends with severe asthma and it’s impact should not be minimised. Their struggle to breathe, the constant threat to their life, their fear that their illness would overtake them all made their burden one which deserved the very best support. No-one questioned it’s medical legitimacy. … Continue reading Gasping for breath: why young Australians need intentional support