Good Stories

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Jake’s story

It’s no secret that lived experience is the magic ingredient in forging strong connections and relatability between our Recovery Coaches and their clients.
As a new addition to the One Good* Day team, Jake has a personal story fraught with struggles and triumphs.

Living with ADHD

A One Good* Day client paints a very meaningful picture with their poem about living with ADHD.

Photo is taken from above of a woman with black hair on the left side with a forearm tattoo on her left arm, with her hair obscuring her face as she draws a vibrant flower with pencils on a small white art book on a black table, with coloured pencils scattered around the book. There is also a palette of paint up in the top right corner of the photo, also on the table.

Megan’s Story

When plagued by episodes of life-interrupting psychosis, bipolar disorder and its equally frightening coexisting conditions such as anxiety and paranoia, Megan was admitted into a psychiatric facility. With the advocacy and support Megan was able to access NDIS funding which led to connecting with a dynamic, passionate Recovery Coach from One Good* Day.

Sharing stories is one of the most important ways we know how to ensure you are seen.

Hearing what’s worked for others, may direct your thinking to figure out what works for you. We see you. We see your struggles and your triumphs. We see you. We see hope.

Jake’s story
Jake’s story

It’s no secret that lived experience is the magic ingredient in forging strong connections and relatability between our Recovery Coaches and their clients.
As a new addition to the One Good* Day team, Jake has a personal story fraught with struggles and triumphs.

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Megan’s Story
Megan’s Story

When plagued by episodes of life-interrupting psychosis, bipolar disorder and its equally frightening coexisting conditions such as anxiety and paranoia, Megan was admitted into a psychiatric facility. With the advocacy and support Megan was able to access NDIS funding which led to connecting with a dynamic, passionate Recovery Coach from One Good* Day.

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Michael’s Story
Michael’s Story

Just a few months ago, Michael struggled to leave his home due to overwhelming feelings at the anticipation of lots of people. Seeing Michael now, is like meeting a new man. This incredible progress has all been down Michael’s hard work and dedication to get back out there.

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