Finding hope and meaning after being hospitalised.
Shot Bro STADIUM
by Rob Mokaraka
2y ago
*Trigger warning - We address suicidal ideation and hope in this podcast* https://www.korrin.nz/?fbclid=IwAR1khOxZ5iHleQesGoH6zY7u12i-Mmdk2oFeE_5JlKbG6AfvlYfBizl_PXA Korrin Barrett is a motivational speaker, mentor, ambassador and all round empowerer of living life to the full.  In 2012, while living in Australia, Korrin had a life changing experience that left her as a quad amputee. Given a 5% chance of survival she not only came through but is thriving in all the she does and tells her story of resilience with courage, honesty and humour.  Now living in Hawkes Bay, Korrin is p ..read more
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Episode 3 - Being the face of blame.
Shot Bro STADIUM
by Rob Mokaraka
3y ago
*Trigger warning - We address suicidal ideation and hope in this podcast* In this episode I get to talk to the inspiring Suzy Heazlewood who is an advocate for anti bullying and suicide prevention, Australasia. Suzy opens up about her journey from being a humble New Zealand postie delivering mail, to suddenly becoming the face on television for Pureaz skin care products. She talks about being threatened by jealous females who began to bully her in public and also on-line to the point where someone said, they would blow her face off. Suzy shares moments of suicidal ideation, to eventually ..read more
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Episode 2 - A courageous mother shares her insight on healing after losing her daughter to suicide.
Shot Bro STADIUM
by Rob Mokaraka
3y ago
*Trigger warning - We address suicide and hope in this podcast* In this episode we talk to a brave mother, Annie Frogley who courageously shares her insights on healing after losing her daughter to suicide and navigating ways to heal and eventually thrive, by seeking and creating hope. Annie has an epiphany moment; You can't have hatred and rage where there is love and kindness. *NZ Helplines: Call or text 1737 (trained counselors 24hr help) Youth line - 0800 376 633 or text 234 . Depression helpline - 0800 111 757 or text 4202 Lifeline Aotearoa - 0800 LIFELINE, (0800 543 354) or text HEL ..read more
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Episode 1 - Rebuilding life and hope after a tragic loss.
Shot Bro STADIUM
by Rob Mokaraka
3y ago
*Trigger warning - We address suicide and hope in this podcast*  Our first episode is talking to Warren Brown, who runs a suicide bereavement organisation, called STAROS. Warren courageously speaks from the heart about the tragic loss of his son from suicide and how he navigated his grief over time, and then creating a suicide bereavement organisation, a beacon of hope to help other parents who have suffered a similar loss.  #YourLifeIsTrulyPrecious #YouAreSoWorthIt ?  *NZ Helplines:  Call or text 1737 (trained counselors 24hr help)  Youth line - 0800 376 633 or text 2 ..read more
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Shot Bro Talks
Shot Bro STADIUM
by Rob Mokaraka
3y ago
Actor, Writer, Rob Mokaraka had a public mental breakdown in 2009 and provoked the police. After being shot in the chest, and after multiple surgeries and multiple court cases, and after a 7 year healing journey, Rob is now helping people as an advocate for mental wellbeing and suicide prevention touring to communities and organisations in New Zealand and overseas. This is about sharing tools around mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, from people like Rob, who are from a lived experience and from professionals in the mental wellbeing arena. #CryingIsBetterThanDying #ItsOkToAsk4Help #Your ..read more
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An interview with Warren Brown who runs a Suicide Bereavement Organisation in New Zealand.
Shot Bro STADIUM
by Rob Mokaraka
3y ago
Looking through a very personal journey from a parent who lost his son to suicide and is now a key figure in helping other parents navigate their own journey back to a safe place of wellbeing. Grateful to share the airwaves with Warren Brown, from STAROS, Suicide Bereavement Organisation. #CryingIsBetterThanDying #YourLifeIsTrulyPrecious #YouAreLoved ..read more
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Episode 1: Intro to the Shot Bro.
Shot Bro STADIUM
by Rob Mokaraka
3y ago
Reveal to Heal. Sharing my cray cray journey back to wellbeing. #CryingIsBetterThanDying #OutOfTheDarkWithAroha #YourLifeIsTrulyPrecious ..read more
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Shot Bro STADIUM
Shot Bro STADIUM
by Rob Mokaraka
3y ago
Actor, Writer, Rob Mokaraka had a public mental breakdown in 2009 and provoked the police. After being shot in the chest, and after multiple surgeries and multiple court cases, and after a 7 year healing journey, Rob is now helping people as an advocate for mental wellbeing and suicide prevention touring to communities and organisations in New Zealand and overseas. This is about sharing tools around mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, from people like Rob, who are from a lived experience and from professionals in the mental wellbeing arena. #CryingIsBetterThanDying #YourLifeIsPrecious #I ..read more
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