CHANTELLE'S TALE

Season One, Episode Five. 

In this episode we revisit Chantelle’s episode with experts

 

Chantelle's Tale Postmortem

In this reflective episode, we revisit Chantelle's tale, unpacking the lessons learned and the themes that resonate with many facing similar situations including: 

Uncovering Infidelity and Abuse: A deeper look into the societal and psychological factors that contribute to the underreporting and misunderstanding of domestic violence with Jacinta. 

Financial Independence: Kerry Sainsbury brings invaluable insights into the importance of financial literacy and independence, sharing strategies to safeguard one's financial future. 

Healing and Recovery: Jacinta returns and discusses the concept of radical acceptance and the path to healing post-separation. 

The journey towards self-discovery and empowerment post-trauma Remember, every tale, including yours, is worth telling.  

Resources:

  • For domestic, family and sexual violence counselling, information and support service support reach out to 1800RESPECT via phone on 1800 737 732 and online at www.1800respect.org.au  
  • If you are someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts or in need of psychological support reach out to LifeLine on 13 11 44 or visit www.lifeline.org.au  

Reach out to our experts:

Jacinta Black. She can be found at (1) Medusa’s Sanctuary | Facebook

You can reach out to Kerry Sainbury at www.creditsuccess.com.au and Credit Success Pty Ltd (@creditsuccessau) • Instagram photos and videos 

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Split Tales is intended for a mature audience. Episodes discuss topics that can be disturbing including graphic depictions of domestic violence, including emotional, physical and sexual violence, discussions of mental health, addictions and suicide. There is also course language. In some episodes, names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals. The host is not a therapist, doctor or lawyer and opinions expressed from guests on the show are their own and don’t necessarily represent Leah’s views or the views of Split Tales.

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