There’s more to a safe workplace than most people think

There’s more to a safe workplace than most people think

In Australia, going to work and feeling safe are things we take for granted. There have been many media campaigns promoting a workplace health and safety to ensure that people leave work in the same state as they arrived, as well as professions and programs dedicated...
My story of workplace recovery after DV

My story of workplace recovery after DV

Having experienced the juggle of holding down a career whilst experiencing domestic violence (DV), I can wholeheartedly say that it is a very difficult, if not impossible situation to navigate through. I was a Marketing Director in the construction industry when I was...
Shining a light for positive change

Shining a light for positive change

The power of stigma There’s no doubt about it, over the last few years we have come a long way to create a broader awareness of domestic and family violence (DFV). With coverage in the media, government initiatives and community activities, many people...
The things I learnt through living with domestic violence

The things I learnt through living with domestic violence

I lived in a domestic and family violence (DFV) situation for five years. That period was probably the toughest of my life. Whilst I would never want to repeat this chapter, I am grateful for the insights I received through this experience, and the opportunity to...
Moving on from DFV and my advice to others

Moving on from DFV and my advice to others

I was 37 years old and kicking goals left, right and centre. A senior marketing professional with a seasoned career, a beautiful home, overseas holidays, a terrific circle of friends and a world of opportunities ahead of me. Things seemed to get even better when I met...