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Welcome to RECOVERY.

This podcast is hosted by Ashleigh Rae and is an exploration of the real, nitty-gritty of recovery from sexual trauma. No fluff, no bull - we're bringing the real issues out of hiding, and talking openly, honestly, with integrity and respect because... one in three of us knows EXACTLY how it feels to be a survivor.

This podcast is supported by amazing listeners on Patreon where for $1 a month, you can help ensure the ongoing production of this podcast. Find out more here: https://www.patreon.com/recoverypodcast

 

 

Aug 17, 2018

All too often, survivors are so impacted by their experiences they are unable to work at all, or their capacity to earn a comfortable income is severely compromised. 

The fortunate ones are left out of pocket for courses and therapies they undertake to recovery - Life Coaching courses at $5k a pop, retreats, Yoga...


Aug 13, 2018

VOTING HAS OFFICIALLY OPENED - VOTE FOR RECOVERY 
[step by step guide]

1. Visit this website: https://pickmyproject.vic.gov.au/…/pick-my-p…/ideas/recovery

2. Register an account - you will need an email address and mobile phone number, and you must be over 16 years old to vote.

3. Select "Belgrave" as your location...


Jul 26, 2018

Welcome to a new episode of Recovery Podcast - this episode is a reading from a recent blog post on our sassy new website, www.recoverypodcast.me in response to the ABC's program, You Can't Ask That in which, the show focussed on Sexual Assault. 

Listen in for some serious myth-busting and ranty pants. 

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Jul 20, 2018

Today we're joined by small business owner, Dorothy Krajewski who bravely and generously wanted to share her story with us about her experiences of psychological and emotional abuse by her husband. 

Dorothy is an incredibly strong woman raising two boys in a regional city of Victoria, and in this episode, you'll hear...


Jul 12, 2018

Welcome to another episode of Recovery! 

On this episode, we're talking about people who are overly supportive, or not at all and what on EARTH do we do with both extremes? 

We have the avoider, and thr chronic, "are you OK" person - so how do you deal? 

Listen in for some insights, a few suggestions and also,...