In her book, 'Embraced by the Light', Betty Eadie documents her incredible experience of passing away and returning to fulfil her life's purpose. Her story has had a profound effect on my own life since I read it in the early nineties. I would never have guessed in a 'zillion' years that I would ever have the opportunity to speak with Betty and am eternally grateful for her graciousness and generosity in doing so. If you only watch one of my interviews ever, let it be this one.
Warwick Schiller is a world-renowned Australian horseman, who is as passionate about mental health as he is about horses. Warwick very graciously gave me his time recently, to share his insights from a male perspective on challenges, attitude and mental health. As part of ‘Movember’ in Australia, I’m very grateful to Warwick for sharing his experiences with me this month. With 20 million views on his YouTube channel, he is certainly someone well worth listening to.
Tracy Bevan’s name is synonymous with the McGrath Foundation.
If you missed our first interview, Maree went from the labour ward to the oncology ward soon after giving birth to second child Harry.
In part 2 of my interview with Sally Towne, Sal shares her cancer journey with me.
Sal’s honesty and courage is remarkable as she continues to take us on a roller-coaster of emotion.
Sal’s message is strong, and she believes if she can help even one woman survive breast cancer, it is worth her talking about it.
One thing Sal advocates is making sure our insurance policies are up to date and include Trauma insurance. I’ve checked mine – make sure you do too.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and is an opportunity for us to give some thought to breast cancer and the impact it has on those affected, and their families.
As the founder of ‘Are You Bogged Mate?’, Mary O’Brien is a passionate advocate for men’s mental health.
Julie Rainbow had everything she had always wanted. A loving marriage, 2 gorgeous kids, a beautiful home, and an award-winning business. Sadly though, Julie was to find out the hard way, what she thought of as a loving marriage, was built on lies and deceit.
We discuss Libby's determination as a young person to move from her home state of Maryland to New York in the hope of finding a job. There, she reached out to a mutual friend's mother who worked in television, hoping to secure a position.
In part 2, Libby tells me how she came to be working for Oprah Winfrey as her Chief of Staff. Libby shares with me what Oprah is like as a person, and the major mistake she made while overseas that could have cost Libby her job.
Jules Galloway had a troubled childhood. Her adopted parents kept her locked away in their home, only allowing her to go to school with all hell breaking loose if she was just minutes late home in the afternoon. By the time Jules was 16, being homeless seemed a better option than staying where she was.
The battle began every morning for Kyle Andrews when he climbed out of bed. Kyle always knew he was gay, but it wasn’t until he was 13 and his parents found out, that things became really difficult for him.
Ben "Dobbo" Dobbin has strong ties to Rural Australia and he sits down with Kelly for a roller-coaster story about what it's like to be Dobbo...
"It's hard to imagine how you would react if you were tragically struck down in your youth. Why would you? It's not like that is ever going to happen."
Watch along and prepare to be mesmerised as the one and only Audrey entertains Kelly's somewhat personal questions..
Kelly Shann wants to know what makes you tick. Spend a few minutes with her and the next thing you know you'll be telling her your life story. She makes you feel heard and simultaneously relaxed...
David and his partner Jill Rigney run The Right Mind, a boutique consulting firm which specialises in innovative programs designed to help you achieve success.
The Everett family experienced the unimaginable in 2018 when their youngest daughter Dolly took her own life following an extended period of bullying and cyber-bullying.
Sarah found herself running and forgot to stop! Sarah lives on a remote cattle property in the Gulf of Australia and amongst many things, is an ultra marathon runner. She recently won the Delirious W.E.S.T, a leisurely 350km run in Western Australia.
Shanna Whan's raw, brutal honesty about her alcoholism, is testament to the courage and strong desire she has to help others suffering from addiction in our country.
What makes a person so desperate in this life they no longer want to be here? What happens if that person survives an attempt on their life? Is it possible for them to recover and have a full, happy and positive future?
Like many little girls, Amy Tinning wanted to be a ballerina. Her dream however, seemed unlikely because Amy lived on an isolated cattle property miles from the nearest town.
Joy McClymont’s mantra for her online fitness hub is ‘Transform your health and fitness for life. Anywhere, anytime.’ It is so important to take care of ourselves through these challenging times and there is no doubt that exercise makes us feel better in our bodies and in our minds!
Helen Everingham has been involved in training courses for over 30 years. She raised her two boys to manhood, using the attitudes and techniques she had learned in these same workshops. She was then to face every parent’s worst nightmare when Tim and Sam, aged 26 and 24, were killed in a plane crash in the Philippines.
Will Wright was just 2 years old when he was diagnosed with leukemia. In spite of this and with 4 relapses and 84 surgeries behind him, Will remains optimistic and excited about his future...
When Pete and Maree Balmain made the move from NSW to Julia Creek in Queensland a few years ago, there was little doubt in their minds they had made the right decision...
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Joy Leach (not her real name), is one such woman. Joy sat with me to tell her courageous story of domestic violence and how she survived.
His story is courageous and inspiring. He tells me no matter what you do in life, if you're not prepared to put in the hard yards, you'll never get to the good stuff on the other side.
Libby is one of Australia’s favourite swimmers, achieving the honour of winning gold at three consecutive Olympic Games, as well as one silver and two bronze medals.