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Everyday people telling everyday stories

Listen to the audio stories below, or head over to OPIA Australia to listen to some more recent stories.  OPIA is a platform for sharing stories about women in healthy same sex relationships. It is the stories of these women who have come before us, and who teach and inspire us toward happy health relationships that do not include violence and control.
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Judith Knowles Lock

Judith is very accomplished woman having travelled the world and worked as a clinical psychologist for over thirties years. Judith has Muscular Dystrophy and when I met her she wanted to share the story of her life and her friends and family. This is Judiths inspiring story.  This story is from an podcast series and live storytelling show I ran from 2009-2011.
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Natural Disasters

These are stories from people who volunteer in times of crisis and natural disaster.      This story is from an podcast series and live storytelling show I ran from 2009-2011.
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Life Changing Moments

Have you ever had a moment that changed your life? A time that you can look back on and know that that was when your life changed, that moment? Dave had that moment, he shares his story about how it changed his life.    This story is from an podcast series and live storytelling show I ran from 2009-2011.
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Travel Wave

Ever noticed how people acknowledge each other on the road?  This story is from an podcast series and live storytelling show I ran from 2009-2011.  
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Day of the Daisy

A story about not giving up on love. What kind of crazy things have you done to get someones attention? How many times have you gone back after you have been rejected? Do you try a different tactic, or do you give up? In fact when should you walk away? This story is written and read by Kirstie who does not take no for an answer. She had one of those lightning bolt moments that made her believe this was meant to be, it was true love. So she just kept going back for more and more......    This story is from an podcast series and live storytelling show I ran from 2009-2011. (apologies for the daggy music :) )   
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Aye, What a lovely arse

A story about finding our place when we don’t think that we fit
Beautifully told by Sean Dowling. Its a story about our childhood ideas about where we fit in and who we are, and how sometimes we underestimate how valuable we are to others, even if they can express it.

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