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DAY 1: Monday, March 15th

MY TRAUMA WAS MY BIGGEST BLESSING

Rosie Aiello

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Rosie Aiello lost the accomplished, confident woman she once was inside the marriage with the man she trusted and followed around the world. She was not even aware that the pain, embarrassment and despair was because she was systematically broken down in an abusive relationship. After 18 years she could finally make her escape. Now she lives a life where she regained her confidence, left the fear behind and has the ‘kind love’ she wants everyone to have.

Jenetta Barry

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Jenetta Barry’s found her daughter when she committed suicide at 16-years old. That led to her losing everything, living a ‘life of hell’ and ultimately knowing she could not live like that. She knew she had to find ways out of living aimlessly, in overwhelming pain, and finally made the decision not to staying stuck in her grief. We discuss her journey through cancer, honoring your grief, being willing to self-investigate, being very real with our own imperfections, and so many more insights.

Francesca Fondse

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Although Francesca Fondse is portrayed as an activist, she is firstly a human being with a conscientiousness born from having been brought up by continental parents with an expanded world view. We examine epigenetics and generational trauma and understanding trauma to bring the light into it and taled about altering the future by breaking the negative energy by becoming aware, about how memories stored in cellular memory causes traumas stored in various organs, interacting with each other’s energy, training the subconscious mind from not reacting to what is projected at us, the memory of the mind and the memory of the heart and the ability to live in your own core.
“What is meant for you will always feel easy.”

Sara Gibbons

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Sara Gibbons was plucked out of her safe life when her husband exchanged her for another. Through her eyes, learn about her devastation and despair, but also find out how to rebuild yourself a rock solid, peaceful and fulfilled life! Her aim is to guide people to help themselves to the life and freedom they really want in the most effective and powerful way possible.

Tobey Geise

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Tobey Geise started her first diet at 9, which led to her ‘living a life in hiding”. We talk about her journey through discovering bulimia, smoking, drinking and drugs, not knowing how to fulfil her mother’s image of how she should be. “Settling” in dating, suicide attempts, using martial art and investing in yourself in personal development, peer pressure, and not even realizing about ‘eating disorder’: binging, purging and self-loathing… and sexual abuse linked to eating disorders…

DAY 2: Tuesday, March 16th

FROM CHALLENGED TO BIGGEST LIFE LESSONS

Victoria Lorient-Faibish MEd, RP

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Victoria Lorient-Faibish talks about normalising an abnormal childhood, inherited culture and belief systems, not having children, how we need a Hero’s journey into establishing your own belief system, how our upbringing chisels away at our self-esteem, overcoming our fears, developing resilience, combating the brain’s natural negativity bias. A bountiful content delivery, you will want to listen again!

Elsa Mendoza

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Elsa Mendoza had her turning point when she found herself with a blue eye at age twenty-one. That was the day she turned her back on physical and mental abuse. Key takeaways include “you have to take responsibility for yourself” and “focus on the lessons, not the hurt” and “it is about starting to love yourself”.

Jill Young Rogers

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Jill Young Rogers first 3 marriages to the same addict taught her valuable life lessons. We discuss being raped at knifepoint, living with addiction in a marriage, an unaffectionate mother, grieving for healing and welcoming feelings. We also talked about Alanon and the 12 steps. And her big journey into fully accepting her gay daughter’s life choices.

Janelle Anderson

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Janelle Anderson’s rape at 19 directed her life choices from then onwards. No I am not going to tell you, as I want you to hear it from Janelle, but we talked about being broken down to the point you cannot imagine, carrying shame, and then loving yourself out of shame until you can see the ‘real me’. And that your healing is complete when you can help others.

Maria McMahon

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Maria McMahon spends a lot of her time helping people whose lives has been decimated by a narcissist. She knows the signs, the patterns and how to help you rebuild your life. We talked about the effects of being in a narcissist’s claws, recovering your sense of self, escaping, rebuilding yourself and ‘The Fear”.

DAY 3: Wednesday, March 17th

MY BODY TAUGHT ME SO MANY LESSONS

Dr Gillian Lockitch MBChB, MD, FRCPC

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Dr Gill Lockitch had to lose her entire very comfortable existence, experience despair, go into deep depression, put on weight uncontrallably, but still managed to pull out of self-medicating through over-eating and escape the dark hole she found herself in, in order to find the solution to ageing youthfully!

Amanda Elize Love

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Amanda Love cannot remember a childhood without being ‘sickly’. Through her journey of getting diagnosed with fibromyalgia, to find healing and thriving, she learned how to help others who are still struggling. We talk about the importance of persevering, healing through nutrition, but also how important healing your mind is.

Antoinette McInnes

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Antoinette McInnes looked like she had the perfect, successful life on the outside, the life that others aspire to, but inside her absolutism, self-sabotaging, over-analyzing, constant unconscious dissatisfunction, chaotic relationships, people pleasing, striving to be zen, following so many coaches, refusing to feeling ‘negative’ emotions, increasing anxiety was playing out constantly. Then a fast moving, deadly cancer brought her to psychneuroimmunology, and the realization the she needed to rewire her brain from unconsciously faulty childhood programming. Letting the butterflies land… and it is more than OK to be imperfect. Choosing the right therapist, BPD and Adult Child Syndrome lack of self-confidence.

GI Jane

Our Conversation Highlights

Being body-shamed, booty-trashed, becoming self-conscious, not fitting in, feeling shame, hating your body, body dysmorphia, loving yourself into healing, making friends with your body

Jacqui Olliver

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Jacqui Olliver is a Psychosexual Therapist, discussing intimacy in the bedroom She went from seeing herself as ‘failing as a human’ to being sexually fulfilled by becoming connected and in sync with oneself. We talked about, oh so many things… both partners taking responsibility for themselves, being in alignment…
Warning

– if you are sensitive to the O-word or V-word, please do not watch. We talk about normal sexual relationships as something positive. ‘Lubrication and moisture seeking missiles’ may have been mentioned…

DAY 4: Thursday, March 18th

TRAUMATIZED CHILDHOOD TO ADULT STRENGTH

Arthie Moore

Our Conversation Highlights

Arthie’s Journey started with her earliest memory at 3 years old of being sexually abused by her father. The horrors did not end then, but although she felt unsupported, not good enough, used, unseen and unsafe, she managed to get from being rebellious to self-empowered. She talks about being blamed, feeling alone, unsafe, but how people outside her family circle ’saw her’, and became the spark she needed. And let her tell you why she wears dresses now!

Charmaine Barber

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Charmaine Barber’s family lost all their possessions, her mother became an alcoholic, her father died, she put herself into a children’s home, then running away to her mother. Working through the guilt, being your parents’ parents, scanning, being in inherited victim mode, adrenal fatigue, deep depression, attempted suicide, boundaries, and getting to a place of thriving all gets a turn.

Kelly Walk Hines

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Kelly Walk Hines lost her mother to domestic abuse at 3. She was yanked from her siblings and placed wth her abusive, over-controlling father.She experienced compound PTSD, being invisible and not feeling good enough. She talks about the journey of learning to love oneself, to be spontaneous, to be able to express anger and being a good mom. How finding faith helped, finding hope and light, finding self-acceptance and learning straight-talking.

Layne Smith-Brown

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Layne Smith-Brown started out life without getting tenderness, became so very serious, feeling that she did not have a place in her family. Being raised by disconnected people, being invisible, examining our critical belief systems, changing from not having a clue who you are and what you are capable off, growing accustomed to your inner pain, finding our powerleaks, and growing yourself into being present and empowered.

Louise VN Liebenberg

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Louise experienced an alcoholic father and abandonment as a child. Then when she was 19 she married someone who was an undercover alcoholic, and undiagnosed with ADD. Her years in a codependent relationship led her to burnout, PTSD and being in helpless-and-hopeless for 2 years. It is possible for an intelligent, accomplished, well educated woman to completely lose herself if she has been brought up without self-empowerment tools. It is also possible to rebuild relationships scarred this deeply if 2 partners are dedicated.

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Our relationships with our fathers will have a significant influence on how we see men. It will determine whether we think they are trustworthy. It will influence whether we will be fearful of being abandoned by men. Through our father’s eyes we look at ourselves – this is how we imagine men will see us. Do we measure up? Or are we always going to over-compensate to make up for us not feeling worthy. And how much bad treatment will we take simply because we fear being abandoned?

If we are lucky enough to be treated by our dads like Princess Cheesecake, the One and Only, but with respect for our separateness, our entire view of ourselves changes. We expect more for ourselves, and we are faster to dismiss relationships that are toxic for us.

Wanting our father’s approval is a very normal desire for a little girl of any age. I remember how my father ridiculed people with normal fear, so at the age of six I decided I was not scared of his pack of ferocious Alsations. They did not eat me, so there must be some truth to the notion that dogs smell fear and will attack. But that experience of trying to impress my father meant that I could not connect to feeling fear. I did not know that I had fear of abandonment triggers, as I simply could not connect to any feelings of fear!

Leoni decided that she would have to be her two sisters’ caretaker. Her dad told her as the oldest they were her responsibility to make sure they were not bullied. So she built herself a bulletproof, tough attitude. ”It was very hard to make friends, as I did not let anyone see the real me. I was longing for a relationship in which I was accepted. I did not realise that my relationships kept failing because my bulletproof attitude meant I was pushing them out of my life. I had to learn all over how to let people see the real, soft me inside.”

Sandra’s dad died when she was very young. He was her hero. They had fun. He was one hundred percent on her side. She tried to recreate that relationship all her life. Problem was that …

 

 

 

 

 

 

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