54 episodes

One thing I know for sure is that we all have the strength to survive more than we ever think we can. In this podcast, I’ll be having heartfelt, courageous, and inspiring conversations, sharing stories about surviving those everyday things – the roadblocks that can trip us up and hold us back to from creating a life that we truly love. Sometimes an episode will be just me talking about what I’m learning, maybe what I’m listening to, watching, or reading - though mostly I’ll be chatting to others, having raw and honest dialogue with real and authentic people.

Stories of Survival in the Modern Age Sarah Booth-Henry

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

One thing I know for sure is that we all have the strength to survive more than we ever think we can. In this podcast, I’ll be having heartfelt, courageous, and inspiring conversations, sharing stories about surviving those everyday things – the roadblocks that can trip us up and hold us back to from creating a life that we truly love. Sometimes an episode will be just me talking about what I’m learning, maybe what I’m listening to, watching, or reading - though mostly I’ll be chatting to others, having raw and honest dialogue with real and authentic people.

    Bronson Sutton on getting clean.

    Bronson Sutton on getting clean.

    Bronson Sutton tried crack cocaine for the first time when he was just 17 and says he’s been locked up over 30 times that he can document. Clean for the past four years – and sober for almost 18 months – in this week’s episode Bronson chats openly about his journey, his faith and his big dreams.

    • 26 min
    Julie Hartell on postnatal depression.

    Julie Hartell on postnatal depression.

    In this episode Julie Hartell shares her story of motherhood and entrepreneurship. After the birth of her second daughter, Julie struggled to understand why she just couldn’t focus and couldn’t concentrate, why she didn’t get on with her husband or her children, and why she thought returning to work would solve her problems.

    • 29 min
    Debbie Bridge on living with dyslexia.

    Debbie Bridge on living with dyslexia.

    Singer, actor and voice over artist, Debbie Bridge was called lazy in school. In this episode, Debbie talks openly about being out of the "dyslexia closet", how her brain functions differently and what life is like as a classically trained opera singer when the notes do back flips on the page.

    • 30 min
    Anne Skinner on living in the moment.

    Anne Skinner on living in the moment.

    Guest expert Anne Skinner helps explore the concept of living in the moment. In this episode, Anne shares her 'Three Room' concept... a basic notion of the time frames in our lives, past, present and future, and offers tips on how to achieve a healthy relationship between all three.

    • 29 min
    Deanna Roberts on community & the power of dance.

    Deanna Roberts on community & the power of dance.

    For as long as she can remember Deanna Roberts has been passionate about dance and through her own dance journey, she’s discovered a joy for teaching. Currently travelling the Caribbean island of Antigua, in this week’s episode Deanna share her love of community and her quest to combine her passions.

    • 25 min
    Steve Booth on stress, the wind and balloons.

    Steve Booth on stress, the wind and balloons.

    Agreeing to come back and chat in season 3, Steve Booth shares some of the personal lessons he learned from his ‘rumble’ with stress, why stress is like the wind and talks us through his balloon analogy.

    • 29 min

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