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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
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
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
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
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! 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