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'It takes courage to change and sometimes courage is all you have'

THE COURAGE JOURNAL

'It takes courage to change and sometimes courage is all you have'

THE COURAGE JOURNAL

Podcasts

Series 1 – Community

Rebecca Tichbon
Episode 1 Moving Through Grief – The Courage & Healing of a Mother

Have you ever known what’s it’s like to lose your baby and have the courage to keep going? Rebecca Tichbon speaks to Sana about that intense period in her life and how she has learned about grief and how to move through it.

Approx. 25 min

Rebecca Tichbon – https://www.facebook.com/pg/welcomingwomen/posts/

https://welcomingwomen.podia.com/welcoming-women-caretaker-program

Interview: Sana Turnock
Produced and edited by: Sana Turnock and Jamie Woods (Woods Media Lab)
Audio mastering: Woods Media Lab
Copyright-free music credits:
Intro – Fonkee Ryde 2020
End –  Just Stay

Deb Halyburton
Episode 2 Finding Courage & Business Success After Loss

Deb Halyburton’s life took a challenging detour as her husband Brad was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. Deb was staring fear in the face and had to muster her courage as she navigated being a carer and a mum. She also became a business owner. Deb shares her experience during this time and how she’s since changed as a person.

Approx. 20 min

Deb Halyburton –  www.thegoodeggcafe.com.au

Interview: Sana Turnock
Produced and edited by: Sana Turnock and Jamie Woods (Woods Media Lab)
Audio mastering: Woods Media Lab
Copyright-free music credits:
Intro – Fonkee Ryde 2020
End – Jal Edge of Water – Aakash Gandhi

Sana Turnock
Episode 3 Tapping into Courage

What is courage? Sana Turnock shares some insights around what courage is, different kinds of courage, the by-products of courage and examples of being courageous.

Approx. 9 min

Interview: Sana Turnock
Produced and edited by: Sana Turnock and Jamie Woods (Woods Media Lab)
Audio mastering: Woods Media Lab
Copyright-free music credits:
Intro – Fonkee Ryde 2020
End – Hero’s Ascent

Sarah and Gregg
Episode 4 Anorexia Nervosa – A Family’s Courageous Experience

What do you do when you start to see your child develops an eating disorder and you really are unsure what the outcome will be? Parents Sarah and Gregg Brown found themselves navigating unchartered waters when their daughter Molly was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa at 15 years old. Anorexia nervosa rocked their family foundations as it pervaded fundamental day-to-day living and impacted everyone’s life in the household. Sarah and Gregg share a parent’s perspective of going through such a challenging time and coming through the other side.

Approx. 23 min

Gregg Brownhttps://www.greggbrownnn.com/

greggbrownnn@gmail.com

Eating Disorders Families Australia – https://www.edfa.org.au/  FB handle – @edfaustralia

Interview: Sana Turnock
Produced and edited by: Sana Turnock and Jamie Woods (Woods Media Lab)
Audio mastering: Woods Media Lab
Copyright-free music credits:
Intro – Fonkee Ryde 2020
End – Jal Edge of Water – Aakash Gandhi

Karen Crutchlow
Episode 5 Defying Terminal Illness by Living Well

In 2006 Karen Crutchlow was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. It essentially means that the diagnosis is terminal. In 2010 Karen was deemed to be palliative by the medical profession. It’s been more than 13 years since the initial diagnosis, and Karen is here to tell her courage story and share what she’s doing to stay healthy and well.

Approx. 38 min

Karen Crutchlow – https://wellnessunwrapped.com.au/

Interview: Sana Turnock
Produced and edited by: Sana Turnock and Jamie Woods (Woods Media Lab)
Audio mastering: Woods Media Lab
Copyright-free music credits:
Intro – Fonkee Ryde 2020
End – Just Stay

Jackie Clarke
Episode 6 Breathing in Life, Vitality & Courage

I want you to imagine for a moment about becoming excited about (drum roll) – breath therapy. Jackie Clarke, yoga instructor, surfer and meditator shares her story on enduring cold baths, immersions in freezing water and climbing the mountains bordering Poland and Czech republic in a singlet and shorts in sub-zero temperatures. Why? To take part in the Wim Hoff teacher training method of breathing of course!

Approx. 16 min

Jackie Clarke – www.essentialyoga.com.au    FB:    EssentialYoga

Interview: Sana Turnock
Produced and edited by: Sana Turnock and Jamie Woods (Woods Media Lab)
Audio mastering: Woods Media Lab
Copyright-free music credits:
Intro – Fonkee Ryde 2020
End – Hero’s Ascent

Podcast Reviews

The strength of storytelling 

I am really enjoying this Courage unraveled podcast! Hearing real and honest stories is always enlightening (also nice that its Aussie based). This podcast is perfect timing for 2020 and really makes me realise how courage plays a huge role in happiness, success, healing and a healthy wellbeing. Listening to Sana and her guests has got me very motivated for the second half of what has been a year of mayhem for all.

Clocolo

So inspirational 

I just finished listening to Karen Crutchlow’s courageous story and I can’t wait to listen to all the others. I want more…. thank you so much.

Marsh000

Inspiring 

It is inspiring to hear the stories from the heart.

Nicola 2170

The Courage Journal is a fantastic adjunct to these podcast stories and will get you motivated to want to start flexing your own courage muscle. Grab your very own or buy one as a gift – or why not do both!

Courage Journal by Sana Turnock

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