Tag Archives: women

Empower Women and Reduce Domestic Violence With This Program

When was the last time you considered the age old questions of “who am I and why am I here?”

These questions are really about exploring our identity and the value that we each bring to the world. When we lose sight of those things, or when they get hidden away under everyday life, we can also lose a sense of our own worth and our own identity.

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New leader an encouraging sign for women

Politically, it’s been a hectic few weeks for Australia with Tony Abbott being forced to make way for our new leader, Malcolm Turnbull. To date, we’re seeing some really encouraging signs from our new Prime Minister, particularly in relation to the $40 million plus package fighting domestic violence (you can read the Australian Financial Review article focusing on this here).

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My Cunnamulla update

Here’s my Cunnamulla update – thought I’d write this out because this week has been beyond profound. We’re a step closer to creating our visionary plan! So exciting!

This was my third trip back to Cunnamulla and I can only describe it as a ‘cultural explosion!’

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How we learn from Women of Achievement stories

Something special happens when us women share our stories. Here’s what I find really fascinating:

We can all be on different paths but at the end of the day, we’re still women and we still go through similar experiences such as child birth, being a mother, a sister and so on.

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