Today, after sixteen years, our family said our forever goodbye to our angel…
“I used to live in the darkness…I found a rainbow” #IDAHOBIT
We haven’t seen each other, we haven’t held each other, but we have the ability to use this situation to make us closer than ever before…
There are people in this world that you were destined to meet,
People who, no matter what you did, your path was bound to cross.
Andrew Towner and I were probably never those two people..
I never thought much of the title of ‘Uncle’ for myself. That was before I had six nieces and nephews of my own…
International Women’s Day is a time to celebrate what has been done, and a time to set to work on what needs to be…
What is it about being away from home that makes us realise what home really means? About having […]
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Donate Here It’s happening. On April the 8th I will be shaving my head to raise funds for […]
I apologise if this is a little long, but think of it this way, this will probably be […]
Hatred is spreading at a rapid rate in our world. How did we get here, and how did we forget that we’re all in this together?
Sean Towner and Michael Winn were interviewed by the Today Show about their upcoming wedding, the marriage-equality postal vote, and what a ‘Yes’ result could mean for Australian businesses.
It’s time to come clean…I can’t do anything by halves.
Pa was many things to many different people in his life. He was a father, a husband, a […]
Recently engaged same-sex couple, Michael Winn and Sean Towner, speak to the team at Stand Up Straight about […]
No matter what happens in life. No matter what obstacles you face. And no matter how they may bring you down, there is always one constant in life – family.
Family comes in all shapes, sizes and varieties. Some you are born into, some you buy into – but all are there for you no matter what problem you may face.
Your family are the ones who know you inside and out. They are the ones you come home to at the end of the day. And they are the ones who will love you unconditionally.
But when there are voices inside your head saying that there is something wrong with you, and that you are immoral or doing something bad – family can seem to be the hardest ones to face up to.