This week, we’re devoting the whole show to one story about the year one woman hit rock bottom, then pulled herself back up again.
Just a heads up that this story deals with loss and can be hard to listen to in parts, but it’s a beautiful, intimate, story about healing, and we can promise it has a happy ending. Sam Loy, from Human/Ordinary brings us this one.
Music: ‘Pink Moon’ by Nick Drake, and original music by Kent Sutherland
Sam Loy is behind the fantastic podcast Human/Ordinary, which you can find here. It includes a longer version of this story.
Jessie Williams is the CEO of The Groundswell Project, a Not-For-Profit helping our society change the ways we approach and deal with death and dying. They developed Dying To Know Day, a national day for all Australians to consider their death, and perhaps accept it as a part of their life. Dying to Know Day is on August 8th. You can find them at groundswellproject.com, dyingtoknowday.org
All The Best credits:
Executive Producer: Selena Shannon
Host: Tegan Nicholls
Episode Compiler: Tegan Nicholls
Vic State Coordinator: Bec Fary
SYN production manager: Beth Gibson
Community Coordinator: Chloe Gillespie
Social Media: Louisa Thurn
Image by Flickr Creative Commons user aniexma13