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HER STORY RADIO - The Podcast
When Christine Langdon was a child she decided she either wanted to be a journalist or a social worker. She chose journalism and enjoyed a fulfilling career. That was until she realised that even though she had the best job she could have, she still wasn’t satisfied. Christine began exploring the question “what is the…Listen Now
At the age of 12 years, Stacey Copas’s life changed forever. She dived into a swimming pool, hit the bottom and was unable to resurface. Holding her breath for as long as she could she eventually blacked out. Her 10-year-old brother realised that something was seriously wrong and managed to pull her from the pool…Listen Now
Jenny Rudd is the charismatic editor and part-owner of UNO Magazine. She has the type of energy you want to bottle up and take a swig of when life gets boring. In this interview, Jenny talks about her career as a Sports Spread Betting Trader in London in her mid-twenties and how she was the…Listen Now
HER STORY DAILY - The Blog
I was that girl, always on the invite list and always willing to show up – and not be seen. I was there physically but I wasn’t there honestly. One friend dubbed me ‘the five-minute party girl’ because when the weekend rolled around I had a series of parties, birthdays, gatherings to go to. I…Read More
I was sitting in my cubicle just shy of a year after having my daughter. Everything changed for me in those short months. I was now taking care of this little angel of a human. I needed to be around her. I physically needed to see her. But most of all, I needed to continue…Read More
How do you explain to someone what it’s like to be adopted? Adoption is one of those things that is completely unique to each person. It’s no different to two women talking about giving birth, while they have both experienced the same thing, their experiences are completely different. I am one of the lucky ones…Read More
Leanne Mulcahy is as curious as a cat and loves to extract stories from the people she meets. She started with her own story in 2015 when she released the popular book Imperfectly Perfect. It struck a chord with women who struggled to feel at home in their bodies and have clarity about what was important to them rather than being drawn into other peoples expectations.
From that moment on Leanne realised, through storytelling, she could create an opportunity for the reader or listener to feel connected to another human being. A connection that offered comfort, support and wisdom in a moment in time. A moment that could potentially change their life forever. Read more here>>