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Australian broadcaster, journalist, lawyer, documentary filmmaker and mama of four, Tammi Faraday, learns from others how to navigate life’s invariable challenges where there's no clear answer, but bravery has propelled them forward. With compassionate curiosity, reciprocal candour & vulnerability in spades, Tam uncovers her guests' brave life journeys, with the hope of empowering you to realise life’s difficulties don’t have to define you – they are often the making of you.
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Sometimes you come across a person whose story breaks your heart, but whose will and determination for good – despite, or perhaps in spite – of the horrors they’ve faced, will ensure that they’ll leave the world better than they found it.Fred Guttenberg’s story will make you press pause on this episode and go and love the ones you love harder than you’ve ever loved them before – but it’s what Fred has done with his unbearable tragedy that will embolden, you, me and hopefully all of us who are privileged to hear him, to become better people and live more purposeful lives.Fred was a successful businessman for whom family was his EVERYTHING – as a father, husband, son and brother.  But extraordinary circumstances would change the shape of Fred’s world forever.Fred’s brother, Dr Michael Guttenberg, one of the 1st responders on 9/11 at the World Trade Centre, was trapped with a team of doctors at the bottom of one of the towers as it collapsed.  The room where they hid out did not collapse, and Michael and his team of physicians, spent 16 days at Ground Zero taking care of others.  As a result of the exposure, Michael was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which he battled until October 2017, when he tragically passed away at 50 years of age.Fred was still grieving the loss of his adored brother when the unthinkable happened – his beautiful, kind, magical daughter Jamie, was gunned down - as one of the 17 victims brutally murdered in the shooting that took place at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school in Parkland, Florida on Valentine’s Day 2018.Since Jaime’s death, Fred has been fighting tirelessly to pass gun violence prevention legislation, and to honour Jaime's life with the non-profit organisation -  Orange Ribbons for Jaime.Whilst this isn’t my tragedy – believe me when I say, this is everyone’s tragedy.BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Fred here: https://fredguttenberg.com/Find out more about Orange Ribbons for Jaime here: https://orangeribbonsforjaime.org/Follow Fred on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fred_guttenbergFollow Fred on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/orangeribbonsdad/Buy Fred’s incredible memoir, “Find the Helpers”, here: https://shop.booksandbooks.com/book/9781642505351Find out more about Tam here: www.tammifaraday.comFollow Tam on Insta: @tamfaradayFollow Brave Journeys on Insta: @bravejourneyspodcastJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here: https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Fred GuttenbergAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George WeinbergBRAVE JOURNEYS acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we record this podcast on, the Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are part of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island
When Professor Gemma Carey was 12 years old, a man twice her age would sneak into her bedroom on a weekly basis and sexually assault her.  When Gemma was seventeen, she took the perpetrator to court without anyone else knowing and had him placed on the child sex offender’s register.  Perhaps most startling is that for 20 years, Gemma’s mother had known about her daughter’s abuser.But why hadn’t she acted to protect her daughter?  Could the genesis of this unspeakable betrayal be found in Gemma’s mother’s own family history?This is Gemma’s story…BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Gemma here: https://www.gemmacarey.net/Follow Gemma on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gemcareyFind out more about Tam here: www.tammifaraday.comFind Gemma's incredible memoir,  here: "No Matter Our Wreckage" Follow Tam on Insta: @tamfaradayFollow Brave Journeys on Insta: @bravejourneyspodcastJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here: https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Professor Gemma CareyAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George WeinbergBrave Journeys acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are part of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Dr Matt Morgan is an intensive care specialist, scientist, teacher, self-professed geek and now best-selling author. But to me, Matt’s a profound philosopher, helping the world make sense of what it means to live, to survive, to give your all, & to show up when you don’t think you can.  He thought I wanted I to chat to him about his worldwide bestseller – CRITICAL: STORIES FROM THE FRONT LINE OF INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE.  Now that I’ve read it, I want to speak to him about, well… absolutely everything.This is Matt’s story…BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Matt here: https://drmattmorgan.com/Follow Matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dr_mattmorganFollow Matt on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/drmatt_morgan/Find out more about Tam here: www.tammifaraday.comFollow Tam on Insta: @tamfaradayFollow Brave Journeys on Insta: @bravejourneyspodcastJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on:https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here: https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Dr Matt MorganAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George WeinbergBrave Journeys acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are part of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Caro Llewellyn was living a dream life in her adopted home of New York, directing an international literary festival and even calling Salman Rushdie “boss”. Then one ordinary day, running in Central Park, she lost all sensation in her legs. Two days later she was diagnosed with MS.But Caro wasn’t a stranger to life’s blows. Her father Richard contracted polio at the age of twenty and spent the rest of his life in a wheelchair. Dignified, and ever resourceful, Caro’s dad was determined to make every day count, not least by seducing his nurse while still confined to an iron lung & then marrying her.But when Caro was herself blindsided by illness, cast adrift from everything she depended on - she was furious, toxic and humiliated. Cos surprise surprise grace isn’t hereditary – it’s a choice.Only by reflecting on her father’s extraordinary example, was Caro able to choose courage and find a way forward, rebuilding her life shard by shard.And if you have any doubt as to the extraordinary calibre of this remarkable human being you’re about to hear, in 2020 Caro was appointed CEO of Wheeler Centre and her incredible memoir, Diving into Glass, was shortlisted for the Stella Prize.This is her story…Today’s episode of Brave Journeys is brought to you by TIDEE – Professional Organisers – helping bring calm to your everyday.Find TIDEE on Insta here: @tideelifeBUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out about Caro, the CEO of the Wheeler Centre:https://www.wheelercentre.com/people/caro-llewellynFollow Caro on Twitter:https://twitter.com/CaroLlewellynFind out about Caro’s incredible, award winning memoir - “Diving Into Glass” here:https://www.penguin.com.au/books/diving-into-glass-9780143793786Find out more about Tam here:www.tammifaraday.comFollow Tam on Insta:@tamfaradayFollow Brave Journeys on Insta:@bravejourneyspodcastJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on:https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Caro LLewellynAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George WeinbergBrave Journeys acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are part of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Greg Fleet - or Fleety to comedy lovers around the world - has been one of Australia’s most successful comedic exports for almost four decades.  For much of that time, he also lived with a devastating heroin addiction.The rap sheet of his many deceptions during the haze of his habit, included touring an incredibly successful show about his miraculous recovery.  The only problem was, he was completely, desperately and hopelessly addicted at the time.From Rock bottom to rehab, to recovery and back again.  From broken relationships to global success, to collateral damage across the board.  And did I forget to mention, a father - HIS father -  who feigned his own death?  Yes, all of the above form the tapestry of Greg’s extraordinary life.Heads up, Greg’s been clean now for a number of years so if you call him a former junkie, he might bristle.  But if you call him a reformed “heroin enthusiast” … he’s likely to give you a hug and a guttural giggle.This is the story of Fleety…Please note that this episode of Brave Journeys talks about illicit drugs and addiction and isn’t remotely suitable for little ears.  Today’s episode of Brave Journeys is brought to you by TIDEE – Professional Organisers – helping bring calm to your everyday.Find TIDEE on Insta here: @tideelifeBUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Greg here: https://gregfleet.com/Follow Greg on Twitter: @thegregfleetBuy tickets for Greg’s extraordinary play Twins - that he wrote, directed and stars in as himself: https://thetwinsplay.com.au/the-play/Find out more about Tam here: www.tammifaraday.comFollow Tam on Insta: @tamfaradayFollow Brave Journeys on Insta: @bravejourneyspodcastJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here: https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Greg FleetAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George WeinbergBrave Journeys acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are part of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
When Joselin Linder was a teenager, her beloved dad, Dr William Linder, became mysteriously sick in his 40s.  His doctors, as well as medical professionals across the US and around the world, watched his body slowly decline.  But there were no answers.  By age 49, he was dead. One of the world’s leading genetics research teams - at the Seidman Lab at Harvard Medical School – discovered that Jos too had inherited the same genetic mutation that had not only killed her father, but five other members of her family.For perhaps the first time in medical history, this population (known in scientific terms as a FOUNDER POPULATION) has been isolated and through the efforts (and immense sacrifices) of Jos and her family, the gene won’t be passed on to a 5th generation. But those living with the gene - including Jos and her sister Hilary - are still fighting to find a cure.BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Jos here: http://www.thefamilygenebook.com/Find more about The Family Gene here: https://www.harpercollins.com/products/the-family-gene-joselin-linder?variant=32207719137314Follow Jos on Insta: @joselinderFollow Jos on Twitter: https://twitter.com/joselinder?lang=enJos’ Article in the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/21/well/live/mortality-genetic-disorder.htmlJos at TedX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guWkr2xE7a0&feature=emb_logoFind out more about Tam here: www.tammifaraday.comFollow Tam on Insta: @tamfaradayFollow Brave Journeys on Insta: @bravejourneyspodcastJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here: https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Joselin LinderAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George WeinbergBrave Journeys acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the  Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are part of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Mark Lukach courageously shares the story of how his future changed unexpectedly at 27 years of age, when his wonderful wife Giulia - with no history of mental illness - was first hospitalised on a psych ward after a devastating mental health crisis. Mark first wrote about Giulia in the New York Times "Modern Love" column (Tam’s all-time favourite column) & again in a piece for Pacific Standard Magazine that went viral. He’s also shared their remarkable journey at The Moth Main Stage AND at a TEDx conference.  You’ll be able to find all these links below. Mark’s international bestselling memoir - My Lovely Wife In The Psych Ward  is about how mental illness re-shaped their young marriage & ultimately affirmed the power of their mesmeric love. Mark & Giulia were simply meant to be.  Their abiding love is something that will stay with me - and I dare say you too - long after the haunting depictions of the psych ward will. This episode of Brave Journeys talks about mental illness and suicide. If anything you hear has a triggering effect, please reach out to someone who can help keep you safe. Or please remember if you’re in Australia, you can phone lifeline at any time on 13 11 14.  Today’s episode of Brave Journeys is brought to you by TIDEE – Professional Organisers – helping bring calm to your everyday.Find TIDEE on Insta here: @tideelifeBUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Mark here: http://www.marklukach.com/Follow Mark on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/marklukach/Mark’s Article in Pacific Standard Magazine that went viral: https://psmag.com/social-justice/lovely-wife-psych-ward-95567Mark at TedX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDVNdPoF9W8Mark at The Moth Main Stage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHZQvIN-7pkFollow Tam on Insta: @tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here:  https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Mark LukachAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George WeinbergBrave Journeys acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are part of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Dr Nicole Brooks is pure sunshine.  A beaming smile and down to earth nature that belies the gravity of the work she does… day in, day out.  You see, at 15 years of age Nicole, lost her beautiful mum, Susie, to cancer.   And she’s taken that tragedy and profound loss and converted it into devoting her life to cancer research and improving the lives and health outcomes of patients.  Nicole holds a Bachelor of Science with Honours and a PHD in foetal physiology in obstetrics and gynaecology from the University of Melbourne.  And now, as the program manager of The Molecular Oncology and Cancer Immunology (MOCI) group at Epworth Healthcare, she, and her brilliant colleagues, aim to provide patients with access to cutting-edge genomic testing.Today’s episode of Brave Journeys is brought to you by TIDEE – Professional Organisers – helping bring calm to your everyday.Find TIDEE on Insta here: @tideelifeBUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Nic here:https://blog.epworth.org.au/stories/blood-cancer-researchFind out more about Tam here:www.tammifaraday.comFollow Tam on Insta:@tamfaradayFollow Brave Journeys on Insta:@bravejourneyspodcastJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on:https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here: https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Dr Nicole BrooksAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George WeinbergBrave Journeys acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Yaluk-ut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung who are part of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Where should I start with today’s guest – apart from confessing that he’s a lifelong hero of mine?  Clive Stafford Smith is one of the world’s most distinguished Human Rights lawyers and the Founder of ‘Reprieve’ - a UK based legal NGO that defends marginalised people who are facing human rights abuses, often at the hands of powerful governments.   Clive’s dedicated over 25 years working on behalf of defendants facing the death penalty in the US.  He only takes on cases of those who can’t afford a lawyer & he’s assisted in the representation of over 400 prisoners and prevented their execution in 98% of cases.  In 2000, Clive was awarded an OBE for ‘humanitarian services’ and has won a raft of awards in the field of human rights that would take an hour alone to read out.   But it’s his own journey to becoming one of the world’s most feted civil libertarians which really has me spellbound.  And please don’t be fooled by his very regal British accent.  Whilst, Clive most certainly is an intellectual giant; he’s an intellectual giant with a heart of gold & a wicked sense of humour who believes that human beings – all human beings - deserve humanity and compassion. Yep … he’s extraordinary.  Buckle up dear friends, cos this episode is epic. BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Clive here: https://reprieve.org/uk/person/clive-stafford-smith/Clive at TedX Exeter: https://www.tedxexeter.com/speakers/clive-stafford-smith/Follow Tam on Insta: @tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Clive Stafford SmithAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George Weinberg.
For Isabelle Oderberg, professional success was a given.  A trailblazing journalist who’d spent 15 years pioneering digital journalism and going toe to toe with Rupert Murdoch at expansive boardroom tables.  But on the personal front, success, was not, well… so assured.  When Isy decided at 34 that she wanted to become a mother, she had no partner to embark on that journey with.  Having courage in spades, she decided to go it alone.  Then, as luck would have it, she met her Mr Right.  But on their path to parenthood, Isy endured seven, yes seven, devastating pregnancy losses.  That’s seven babies she and her husband never got to meet.Isy’s now courageously writing a book about conception and pregnancy loss aptly called, “Hard to Bear” to help others experiencing the crushing grief that takes hold, when there’s no baby at the end of a pregnancy.BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Isy here: https://www.isabelleoderberg.meFollow Isy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/yodabergFind more about Hard to Bear here: http://www.hardtobear.comFind out more about Tam here: www.tammifaraday.comFollow Tam on Insta: @tamfaradayFollow Brave Journeys on Insta: @bravejourneyspodcastJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here: https://link.chtbl.com/braveCREDITS:Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to my special guest: Isabelle OderbergAudio Editor: Zoltan FecsoWith very special thanks to George Weinberg
Christie Tate, is a Chicago-based lawyer, mother & now an author of an oh so personal memoir - GROUP: How One Therapist & a Circle of Strangers Saved My Life - that’s literally taken the world by storm.  GROUP tells the story of Christie: A brilliant over-achieving, self-lacerating young law student, graduating top of her class, who wants to die & enters GROUP therapy to save her life.  “GROUP” is Christie's first book & has just been selected for Reese Witherspoon's 'Hello Sunshine' book club. BUT BEFORE YOU GO… Find out more about Christie here: https://christietate.com/Learn more about Group: How One Therapist and a Circle of Strangers Saved My Life: https://christietate.com/https://www.simonandschuster.com.au/books/Group/Christie-Tate/9781471198960 Follow Tam on Insta:@tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcast NEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-brave-journeys-72862811/ CREDITS:Creator & Host: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to special guest:  Christie TateExecutive Producer: Amanda RosenbergAudio Director (& principal cheerleader): George Weinberg Editor: Matt Solon 
For Jan Marshall, life was good. She’d worked hard, set herself up financially and was hoping to share her future with a special someone. Having never partnered, she did what millions around the world do… she turned to online dating.  After just a few short days of being approached on a dating site, Jan was certain she’d met “the one”. She accepted a proposal of marriage to a man she’d never seen and within 72 days of connecting online, she sent money, ALL her money – and then some – to a professional scammer.How did it happen? How does an intelligent, rational person, who’d lived an immaculate life, fall prey to such a wholesale deception?  She’s certainly not alone. BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Jan here: https://janmarshall.com.auhttps://romancescamsurvivor.orgLearn more about Romance Scam Survivor: The Whole Sordid Story here: https://janmarshall.com.au/romance-scam-survivor-book Follow Tam on Insta:@tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-brave-journeys-72862811/CREDITS:Creator & Host: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to special guest: Jan MarshallExecutive Producer: Amanda RosenbergAudio Director (& principal cheerleader): George Weinberg Editor: Matt Solon
As psychologist and filmmaker Eve Ash investigates her parents’ story and in doing so, she uncovers shocking family secrets that literally upend her life.You see, Eve’s beloved parents, Martha and Feliks, both lost their entire families in the Holocaust, including their spouses. Broken, Feliks and Martha met after the war and emigrated together to Melbourne in 1949. Feliks then became a gentle and loving father, dedicated to the family business. Eve grew up with her older sister, Helen, in a prototypical post-war suburb, with all the comforts any child could want, and yet, somehow, she always felt “different”. After their parents died, Eve and Helen, travelled to the Ukraine to uncover details of the horrific pogroms that wiped out their family. On their tour of discovery, Eve talked to friends and family in Europe, the USA, and in Australia to find out more about her parents. Her mother, Martha emerges, as a talented artist and devoted wife and mother, but also a flamboyant and flirtatious woman who was bored by suburban life and often said ‘some secrets you must never tell anyone’. Having narrowly escaped execution by the Nazis and losing her mother and husband in horrific circumstances, Martha made a new life in Melbourne that featured a whirlwind of parties and gaiety, but always hid a deep dark secret: her love affair over fifteen years with a man she met on a bus. For Eve, the truth came out in a stunning way. In January 2008, she received an email from a stranger who claimed to be her sister. When they met, Eve was startled by how much the stranger looked like her. A DNA test confirmed that they were, indeed, half-sisters. This woman’s father was a man named ‘Dixie’ who Eve had known as a child. And, in fact, he was the mysterious man on the bus that Eve had spotted in Martha’s home movies. Following this bombshell, Eve set out to find Dixie, who was working full-time in Melbourne as a land surveyor at the age of 83. He is a defiant non-conformist who had ten children with six different women, and Eve strives to make sense of this piece of her story. In doing so, Eve finally manages to connect the dots of her life, from the Holocaust atrocities to her mixed emotions about her fathers. She gets to the truth of her own identity, resolving the feelings of “differentness” that have always stalked her.BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Eve here:https://eveash.com/Follow Eve on Facebook here:https://www.facebook.com/EveAshPsychologistWatch the Trailer to Man on the Bus here:https://www.classiccinemas.com.au/movies/jiff-man-on-the-busLearn more about Man on the Bus here:http://manonthebus.com.au/about-the-film/Follow Tam on Insta:@tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on:https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-brave-journeys-72862811/CREDITS:Creator & Host: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to special guest: Eve AshExecutive Producer: Amanda RosenbergAudio Director (& principal cheerleader): George WeinbergEditor: Matt Solon
Hollywood actor, Katherine Kendall, is most known for her roles of Dorothy in Jon Favreau’s “Swingers” and The Counselor, in the cult classic “Firefly”.  But as one of the first women to bravely come forward about being sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein - silence breaker, change agent and seasoned warrior, Katherine - is now one of the leading advocacy voices for victims of sexual assault and abuse. She’s currently hosting her own podcast called “Roar with Katherine Kendall” which focuses on stories of courage and resilience. Well, on BRAVE JOURNEYS, we certainly know all about that…BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Follow Katherine on Insta here:https://www.instagram.com/kkbutterFollow Katherine on Twitter here:@thekatkendallListen to the “Roar with Katherine Kendall” podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/roar-with-katherine-kendall/id1498679410Follow Tam on Insta:@tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-brave-journeys-72862811/CREDITS:Creator & Host: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to special guest: Katherine KendallExecutive Producer: Amanda RosenbergAudio Director (& principal cheerleader): George WeinbergEditor: Matt Solon 
Leanne Czerniecki is one of those people whose capacity to give, and to love, is limitless. Apart from surviving two bouts of cancer, retraining from corporate law to the highest level of paediatric nursing, being a devoted mother to three children, becoming an egg donor to give the gift of parenthood to infertile couples – she and her husband then courageously opened their hearts and their home to a child whose formative years were filled with unspeakable horrors and tragedy. With love and time, patience and untold investment, they have created a beautiful family of 6.  Some people amaze, some inspire, and some are just bloody exceptional…and yet when she was asked to come on the show her first response was, “…but I’m just so ordinary”. If she’s ordinary, I’m an amoeba…BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Follow Tam on Insta:@tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-brave-journeys-72862811/CREDITS:Creator & Host: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to special guest: Leanne Czerniecki  Executive Producer: Amanda RosenbergAudio Director (& principal cheerleader): George WeinbergEditor: Matt Solon
Rachel Berger is one of Australia’s favourite stand-up comedians and raconteurs. A woman of remarkable insight and depth. Scotland’s List Magazine has referred to her as the “sharpest comedian” - irrespective of “gender or hemisphere”.She’s loud. She’s brash and she takes no prisoners.Child of Holocaust Survivors. Single for most of her life. No children. And she now calls the Bushlands of Tasmania home (or Berger’s Bush as it is now affectionately known) … but only after fast and reliable internet connection was assured. There are no cows to sacred for this Berger.Her road to the stage has been anything but linear… just the way we like it. And she’s using her gift for comedy to heal trauma survivors.BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Follow Rachel on Facebook here:https://www.facebook.com/rachelbergercomedian/Follow Tam on Insta:https://www.instagram.com/tamfaraday/ ORhttps://www.instagram.com/bravejourneyspodcast/Find out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on:https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastWatch Tam's first interview with Rachel here:https://www.tammifaraday.com/videoNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-brave-journeys-72862811/CREDITS:Creator & Host: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to special guest: Rachel BergerExecutive Producer: Amanda RosenbergAudio Director (& principal cheerleader): George WeinbergEditor: Matt Solon
Award winning author and teacher, Gabbie Stroud, speaks frankly with Tammi Faraday about why she left teaching… or perhaps more accurately why teaching left her. You see, Gabbie was the teacher everyone wished they had and more importantly, the one we wish our children had.In her smash hit memoir Teacher, Gabbie shares with incredible vulnerability and candour about why she became a teacher, the personal price she paid to be the above-and-beyond-teacher she was and what finally took her to the brink and made her leave the career that had once been her calling.  Gabbie’s profound impacts on those lives she touched in the classroom still endure today.BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Gabbie here:https://gabbiestroud.com/https://www.allenandunwin.com/browse/books/other-books/Teacher-Gabbie-Stroud-9781760295905Follow Gabbie on Twitter here:https://twitter.com/GJ_StroudFollow Gabbie on Insta:https://www.instagram.com/gabbiestroud/Follow Tam on Insta:@tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on:https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-brave-journeys-72862811/CREDITS:Creator & Host: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to special guest: Gabbie StroudExecutive Producer: Amanda RosenbergAudio Director (& principal cheerleader): George WeinbergEditor: Matt Solon
Asher Packman was a global communications juggernaut when a series of significant events led Asher to totally redefine his purpose.  BUT BEFORE YOU GO…Find out more about Asher here:https://www.warrior-within.com.au/asherFollow Asher on Twitter here:https://twitter.com/packman?lang=enFollow Asher on Insta:https://www.instagram.com/asherpackman/Follow Tam on Insta:@tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on:https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcastNEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-brave-journeys-72862811/CREDITS:Creator & Host: Tammi FaradayWith thanks to special guest: Asher PackmanExecutive Producer: Amanda RosenbergAudio Director (& principal cheerleader): George WeinbergEditor: Matt Solon
The Journey Begins

The Journey Begins

2020-10-1501:58

Australian broadcaster, journalist, lawyer, documentary filmmaker and mama of four, Tammi Faraday, learns from others how to navigate life’s invariable challenges where there's no clear answer, but bravery has propelled them forward. With compassionate curiosity, reciprocal candour & vulnerability in spades, Tam uncovers her guests' brave life journeys, with the hope of empowering you to realise life’s difficulties don’t have to define you – they are often the making of you.Let's find our inner brave together!!Tam xxxFollow Tam on Insta:@tamfaraday OR @bravejourneyspodcastFind out more about Tam here: https://tammifaraday.comJoin the conversation and chat about the episode on: https://www.facebook.com/bravejourneyspodcast NEED MORE INSPIRATION?Find other BRAVE JOURNEYS episodes here:https://link.chtbl.com/brave 
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