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THE FOUR-FACTOR MODEL FOR CHANGING LIVES

According to therapist and human behavior expert Katina Gleeson, there are four common factors that can contribute to a person actioning change in their life.  These four factors can be embraced within the wellness practitioner model, to help build an ethical and strong foundation in client’s lives and increase positive communication. BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA — […] Read more…

Who is Julie and Why is She So Disruptive?

Author: Kirsten Macdonald  There is a woman on the Australian business scene disrupting and creating exciting new possibilities. The business is Next Address and it seeks to change the way Australians buy and sell their homes. The woman behind the disruptive magic is Julie O’Donohue. Next Address allows users to bypass the need for a […] Read more…

New Author Brings Hope for Autism

The world of autism can feel like a place of difficulty, loneliness, frustration, and fear, but that is all about to change with the launch of Welcome to Planet Spectrum by Geelong author, teacher, and mother, Kate O’Donnell. Kate spent the last year writing the book that she wished existed when her family received the […] Read more…

Happy 90th your Majesty

Today marks an epic day in British history with the Queen turning 90. A woman who has stood strong against the odds and still rules the monarch with pride. Elizabeth II has been ruling since 1953 and has seen as well as done some very amazing things, for example she is trained and worked as a […] Read more…

Sexual assault month – April

1 in 5 women aged 16-59 have experienced some form of sexual violence since the age of 16, yet only 15% of those report it to the police. Many women decide not to report sexual assault because of many reasons; victim blaming, not wanting the family to know, lack of evidence, fear of the justice […] Read more…

Afghan’s radio Shaesta is back on air

Until last year a radio station in the northern part of Afghanistan provided a safe haven for Afghan women who relied on Zarghona Hassan; who provided them with vast amounts of information on women’s rights as well as talking to them about different taboo subjects, such as forced marriages and domestic abuse. Zarghona Hassan is […] Read more…

A letter from the Editors – April Edition 2016

The month of April is here and so is Sexual Assault month. This month we will be focusing on deep issues surrounding this type of assault, and also looking at products that have come out to protect the vulnerable. As usual Pink Sky will be following its editors on their individual journeys and through Social […] Read more…

Junior doctors on strike

The NHS Junior doctors are planning a strike come next month which will see them fully walk out for the first time in the history of the NHS for two days due to the impending contracts set to them by the Government on longer working hours. This news does not come as a surprise as […] Read more…

Endometriosis: The silent sufferers

‘I was in constant pain and couldn’t function and my fears were confirmed, I was diagnosed with endometriosis’ says Claire Nicholls. These are words that many women can relate to; in fact 176 million women worldwide suffer from endometriosis according to the Guardian. Endometriosis is a condition where the tissue which is similar to the […] Read more…

Women’s History Month

March is a month long celebration of women. Women from every part and time in history that have made a difference to society and the world. Even though this month allows us to educate ourselves about the important women in society it is only mainly celebrated in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. […] Read more…

A letter from the Editors – March Edition 2016

Third month of the year – March has commenced and it feels like the year is flying by. With spring showing its hints (very slow hints) and the Oscars finally arriving with Leo winning a much awaited award, we move on to the chocolate loving avenues of Easter. This month Pink Sky is bringing you […] Read more…

Zika Virus: what you need to know

Zika virus has recently been deemed an international emergency. This virus is primarily transmitted through the bite of an infectious Aedes species mosquito. This species is also responsible for the dengue and chikungunya viruses. These mosquitoes have a larger tendency to bite during the day than at night. The infection of a mosquito can be […] Read more…

The importance of Education

Imagine a life without education. Where would we be now? Education may seem to most as a given, for most it’s free, it’s a part of growing up but some unfortunately aren’t as privileged. 124 million children and young people have not started school or have dropped out of school. Many of these are because […] Read more…

A letter from the Editors – February Edition 2016

The month of love and fashion has finally arrived once more and where better to celebrate it than with all of us here at Pink Sky. We will be bringing you all the latest tips and quips of fashion week, the latest trends on social media and not forgetting a fabulous competition! From talking to the […] Read more…

Muslim women are not #TraditionallySubmissive

Earlier this week British women took to twitter to provide David Cameron with an insight into their life. Muslim women of different generations have been using #TraditionallySubmissive to inform him of his mistake that they are nothing but uneducated, illiterate women who are living under the rule of their husbands or fathers. Even though there […] Read more…

Calais: The stories of survival

The struggle for survival continues in the camps of Calais for the Syrian refugees. 6,000 migrants have been waiting since April 2015 to be moved but their wait may be longer. Recently, the French authorities decided to move migrants to shipping containers to reduce the number of migrants at the camp. 40 police officers with […] Read more…

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