Hi. I'm Chase, the Founder of the Bystanders Podcast, I really, really love having you here. Have a listen to what we've been up to - pick any of our podcasts, we have a lineup of extraordinary guests. Then make sure to drop me a line. Let's start a conversation. I want to learn about your journey, the lessons you've learned and what you could potentially share with others.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Fellow podcaster, father and loyal son, Michael Bailey-Brown accepts the changes he cannot make for those he loves the dearest. But strides to support those he can.
Frank was 56 years old when he came out about his chronic suicidal ideations. For him and many of those in his tribe that means their minds will always suggest suicide as an option to any of life‘s challenges.
From raising our children to grieving our departed, when we live in Crosshairs of the public eye we will undoubtably be judged. Holly Matthews chose to be seen and what you see is what you get.
When we search through our sorrows we sometimes find the seedlings of our joy. Victoria was dyspraxic, anorexic, suffered with anxiety, depression but become respected professional for mental and emotional health.
Grief is paralysing and it takes time and courage to deal with. But there is life after enormous loss and Meera has found a way forward for both herself and her children.
To live without a limb in order to survive cancer is not a choice most of us will ever make. Oliver took that option in a heartbeat and rebuilt his life, living past 40 is now a new idea for him.
Domestic abuse is a reality for more children than we would want to believe. Leah still works through her traumatic past but finds solace in her art, as a recording artist.
Precious as a message in a bottle, Tuesday (founder of Street Life People) raises awareness for mental health by taking pictures and telling real-life stories.
Opening a home to the vulnerable comes with its challenges, John has fostered over 50 children and has become an expert on the subject.
Grandfamiles across the world are formed because of parent loss, abandonment and addiction. With her trauma care experience, Beth authored a children’s book to help grandparents become thriving families again.
Nina and host Chase Marks discuss where their paths towards wellness began. Through addressing trauma with therapeutic practices to understanding the workings of the heart and brain, they together unpick the nature of coping.
The power of conversation in formal education is about being present. Ricky understands that those in education not only want to be taught but listened to.