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Episode 9: The Family Business

What happens when you mix family and business?
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TUESDAY 28 MARCH 8:30PM SBS
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It can be difficult getting along with family at the best of times. So what’s it like going into business with them? Could you do it?

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'I’m still standing': Anton Enus shares his battle with bowel cancer

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"School photos become bittersweet mementos of time’s relentless procession, from childhood into adulthood, generation into generation."

School photo day: still a pain in the neck, but hindsight shows its worth

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For those who experience “musical anhedonia,” listening to a song is halfway between boring and distracting—and their brain activity reflects that.

Inside the heads of people who don't like music

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Has your workplace caused you psychological injury or a mental illness? Did you successfully make a workers' compensation claim? If so, please email Alix.Piatek@sbs.com.au to share your story.

Stress cost WA $101m

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Last night's guest Doug Wright writes a powerful piece about how reaching out to Clyde Rowley, who he collided with at 100 km p/h, helped them both heal.

Catch up on the show here: [ Bit.ly Link ] | Or with this afternoon's repeat at 3.30pm.

Why I Forgave The Man Who Put Me In Hospital For Seven Months

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"They are masterminds who have never before been told they were smart ... Getting selected is their one chance to succeed – and they must carry the whole family forward with them."

Intelligence is a very different experience for children in India, as SBS Dateline discovered.

The genius children in India's shadows

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"In just one evening, my life had changed forever."

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The Girl Who Lived: Extract

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Miss any of tonight's powerful stories of recovering from major trauma? Catch up now online: [ Bit.ly Link ] | Or tomorrow afternoon 3.30pm.

If the show has raised any issues for you, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 for crisis support, or beyondblue for online counselling.

Insight: Getting Better

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"The last time I saw my family was in the water, so doing this today, it feels like reuniting with them."
Susan Berg steps back into the water for the first time in 30 years after losing her mother, father and brother in a boating accident.
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As Insight looks at how people move on from trauma, psychologists share their thoughts on the recovery process.

Psychologists on trauma recovery

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Do labels and language matter when discussing trauma recovery? Do people identify as victim or surivor?

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Yordanos Haile-Michael is recovering from a dark time in her life: as a child in Eritrea, she was kidnapped, tortured, sexually abused and forced to become a child soldier.

A surprising medium - theatre - is helping her tell her story for the first time, and move forward from her trauma. Now, on Insight.
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Insight Live Stream

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03/21/2017 at 06:40. Facebook
When Manny Waks went public with his experience of childhood sexual abuse in Melbourne's ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, he fell into a position advocating for fellow survivors. It's been rewarding, but has taken a high toll on his own recovery.

He writes ahead of his appearance on tonight's Insight.

Victim advocacy a 'double-edged sword'

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We're live with host Jenny Brockie and director Ros Horin, whose play The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe, deals with the recovery of women who have experienced the trauma of violence and sexual abuse. Send through your questions.
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How can theatre help heal trauma?
At midday, Jenny Brockie will be joined by Ros Horin, director of The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe, for a live discussion about her work ahead of tonight's show.
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"I call myself a survivor. I’m not a victim; I call myself a survivor."

Tonight, on Insight.

How do you recover from trauma?

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