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    At the End of Deep Suffering is Joy

    Each time you are thrashed with the pain inflicted by another and self, you are forced to dig deeper into the well of darkness and despair. With each recollection of angst, you tumble further down. You’ve been blamed, shamed, bullied, wronged, perpetually told you are not good enough, labelled ‘ugly’, had your intelligence written off as ‘freakish’, been held by the throat because you dared to stick up for yourself, had your vulnerability twisted, wrung and squeezed for narcissistic pleasure, felt the wrath of jealousy and envy, had one of the world’s deadliest diseases steal a part of your body, held your dying young, faced the ultimate rejection, picked what…

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    Your June Sarpong Moment Awaits You

    For those who do not know, I am a former tv and radio presenter. I worked as the presenter for the Wassifa Caribbean Show on Big Centre TV ( a local West Midlands based channel) and presented the Drive Time show on News Style Radio community radio station in Birmingham. I share this photo (taken in 2018) when I was in the midst of my recovery, I was blessed with an interview with June Sarpong MBE at her ‘Diversify’ book launch. Though I was filled with crippling anxiety and nerves, I knew I was on the way back because I was back doing something I loved immensely once again and…

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    “I didn’t Beat Cancer to be in this Mundane Job” Rachel Johnson S:1 Ep:5

    Be inspired by how Rachel dealt with the brutalising effects of radiotherapy to treat her head and neck cancer at age 28. Losing her hair and having a blistered and burned face from the radiotherapy, left Rachel a virtual recluse but she found a way to rise again. Hear and be inspired by her remarkable bounce-back story https://ia601408.us.archive.org/12/items/rachelsinterviewfinal/Rachel%27s%20Interview%20-%20Final.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS