Daring to Share: Trauma to Recovery
Special Edition 2019
MEET 6 WOMEN IN RECOVERY
WHO FOUND THE COURAGE TO COMMIT TO THEIR
DREAMS WHILE SHARING THEIR MOST VULNERABLE MOMENTS
ALONG THE WAY
THESE BRAVE STORYTELLERS,
DARINGLY SHARE EMPOWERING STORIES OF
TRAUMA TO RECOVERY
This collection of moving stories was created through
The Dream Project at Karis Support Society through the
collaborative support of
Philippa Douglas & Diana Reyers
Come to our Karis Daring to Share Book Launch
and Storytelling Event
on Saturday, September 21st in Kelowna BC
Book Launch Details Here
THESE ARE IMPACTFUL ACCOUNTS OF SURVIVAL
DESCRIBING DEGREES OF RESILIENCE
MOST CANNOT IMAGINE COMMITTING TO
WE ARE DARING TO SHARE AND THIS IS LOVE IN ACTION
"Being part of the journey of this book and meeting Diana has made a huge impact on my life,
both personally and professionally. Until working with Diana on this particular Dream Project,
I didn’t realize how much authenticity was actually missing in my life.
The Daring to Share movement gave me insight into how powerful sharing one's story and true self can be.
Watching Diana walking the path of authenticity with our women in recovery has been an inspiration.
She is strong, stands in her truth and yet has such great love and care for these women.
She guided them to create the most amazing stories of truth they can be proud of and
I feel so privileged to have been a part of this whole movement."
~Philippa Douglas; Head of Fundraising, Karis Support Society
Daring to Share; Trauma to Recovery
Karis Special Edition 2019
Come to Our
September 22, 2019
"These stories of recovery take you from a place of awe and heartbreak to grit and resilience.
They inspire you to take action in your life, no matter what is going on for you, to be a better person.
Those that dared to share did so with grace, humour, and great self-reflection.
As tears streamed down my face, I found myself lost in the stories as they moved from darkness to light.
You can find real seeds of inspiration and by just reading one story, you could bloom to a greater perspective in your own life. "
~ Tamara McLellen, Humanitarian