And hopefully lifting another
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I want to challenge my perspective and broaden my understanding
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This week I sat patiently in the waiting area of my dentist’s clinic for my name to be called. “Tim?” a soft-voice from around the corner broke the…
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How do we normalise reaching out for support?
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Dear Readers, Firstly, I would like to thank you for subscribing to the Running Rare newsletter! This week marks the start of Running Rare Chapter Three…
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Is this a channel too strong and too deep?
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What an unlikely character can teach us about building momentum from humble beginnings
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In the early hours of Friday 26th of November I lay in complete exhaustion on the pavement outside of the Canberra Hospital. At that point I had been…
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Before my diagnosis, I heard the term boom and bust cycle used to describe an economy or business that transitions between periods of growth and…
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For Rare Disease Day our It’s Possible host, Tim, meets with fellow rare disease advocate – also named Tim. Based in Canberra, Tim Fulton shares his…
To save one person from suicide, as many times as possible.
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I think people with invisible illnesses hide their condition from people because they don’t want their illness to define or dominate another part of…