Tag Archives: #hope
#Emerging Proud through Eye Sight Loss; World Sight Day Live launch event news!
Due for publication later this year, our next inspirational pocket book of hope; Eye Inspire; #Emerging Proud through Eye Sight Loss LIVE online launch on WORLD SIGHT DAY 8th October 2020; CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP LIVE online launch on … Continue reading
Join the inspirational story- tellers #Emerging Proud through Eye Sight Loss
Due for publication later this year, our 7th inspirational pocket book of hope; Eye Inspire; #Emerging Proud through Eye Sight Loss will be packed full of dreams being fulfilled and won’t fail to inspire even the most ardent disbelievers. Would … Continue reading
Lachi is more than KindaProud of sharing her story to inspire you to believe in your dreams
Do you have an ‘Eye Inspire’ story of #Emerging Proud through Eye Sight Loss to inspire others to go for their dreams you’d like to share? Please GET IN TOUCH HERE Or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Lachi hasn’t allowed the stigma imposed on … Continue reading
Declan is Kinda Proud that he achieved what he set his sights on, and urges that you can too!
Do you have an ‘Eye Inspire’ story of #Emerging Proud through Eye Sight Loss like Declan you’d like to share? Please GET IN TOUCH HERE Or contact: email@example.com Declan Ryan doesn’t give up easily. Sometimes being told you can’t do something … Continue reading
Thank You Body Festival; celebrate YOU and the launch of our second Kinda Proud pocket book of Hope
GET YOUR TICKET HERE In celebration of the launch of the second book in the KindaProud series; #EmergingProud through disordered eating, poor body image and low self-esteem Pocket Book of Hope, SoulShine will be hosting a community gathering to celebrate … Continue reading
Get set for #Emerging Proud day 2018!
Get set for #Emerging Proud day 2018! 12th May 2018: SAVE THE DATE! #EmergingProud needs YOU to make our 2018 event an even bigger success than last year; together we can continue to raise awareness that mental distress can be … Continue reading
Your voice matters; experiencer, supporter, mother, brother, nurse…”normal human experiences” can connect us all, if we allow them to.
Significant moves away from biomedical paradigm are starting to happen in mental health services, with trauma-informed models of care being increasingly referenced in Government documents. This transition from ‘What is wrong with you?’ towards ‘What has happened to you?’ is … Continue reading
Childhood awareness of spiritual phenomena and sexual abuse; personal trauma has led Elizabeth Sabet to be acutely aware of the importance of speaking out…and she has a great deal of wisdom to share.
Fear runs deep with sharing such profound personal experiences because of the narrow- minded understanding we have in our culture of, not only spiritual experiences, but also the causes of mental distress. Elizabeth Sabet knows this only too well through … Continue reading