Raw & Unfiltered: Why you must speak your truth!

In the Sunday Story Club, we ask questions that sidestep prepared narratives to open up a conversation in new and refreshing ways. We want readers to run their own Salons to experience these extraordinary conversations.

We all carry stories within us – wrenching, redemptive, extraordinary, and laced with unexpected and hard-won wisdom. A meaningful conversation has the power to enlighten, heal and transform.

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When parenting becomes competitive, try a different conversation.

My co-author Doris Brett and I had a wonderful conversation about non-competitive conversations with Shevonne Hunt on her FEED PLAY LOVE podcast when we were in Sydney recently.

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In the era of fake online personas, you need to talk.

The Sunday Story Club. We all carry stories within us – wrenching, redemptive, extraordinary, and laced with unexpected and hard-won wisdom.

Your curated online persona, be it funny, adventurous or fake, is not you. You need to talk.

This book reminds us of the power of conversation to enlighten, heal and transform.

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You are not a screen. Why we need Face-to-Face Conversation

This is the blog that turned into a Salon that turned into a book called The Sunday Story Club.

We wrote the book to not only share some of the stories but to also show you how to run your own Salon.

LISTEN HERE:  And interview with Cassie McCullogh, ABC,  Sydney.

What do you think makes a friend, well, a friend?

We like to use quotes from famous writers or philosophers as if they are the only people who reflect on life.

The quote above is by ex-model Yolanda Hadid, star of the reality TV show, The Real Wives of Beverley Hills. 

We all carry stories within us. THE SUNDAY STORY CLUB (PanMac) is the book group without books where you share your own stories of love, loss, trauma & triumph BOOKTOPIA.

This is one of the real-life stories of breaking up with a friend from The Sunday Story Club.

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How E M Foster’s 1909 vision of dystopia became our reality

In Foster’s 1909 novella, The Machine Stops, people communicate via glowing screens but live lonely, isolated lives. His dystopian world has become our reality. We wrote The Sunday Story Club as an antidote to screens.

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