with Christine Jackman and Rick Morton / Chaired by Natasha Cica
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What changes do we need to make in our lives to get the lives we want to live? Spurred by a sense of something lacking in their own lives, Rick Morton and Christine Jackman step out of their comfort zones to find out. In My Year of Living Vulnerably, Rick Morton describes his journey into love after a diagnosis of Complex PTSD. Despite its outward trappings of success, Christine Jackman’s life felt off kilter and unrewarding. She recounts her efforts to reclaim peace in Turning Down the Noise: The Quiet Power of Silence in a Busy World.
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Christine Jackman began her career as a journalist with The Courier Mail in Brisbane, Australia. She has worked in New York as a foreign correspondent for News Corp, in the Canberra press gallery and as the social issues writer for The Australian. Now a freelance journalist and communications consultant, Turning Down the Noise: The Quiet Power of Silence in a Busy World is Christine’s second book.
Rick Morton is an award-winning journalist and the author of One Hundred Years of Dirt, which was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards and the National Biography Award. He is currently the Senior Reporter for The Saturday Paper and his recent books are On Money and My Year of Living Vulnerably.
Dr Natasha Cica is the founding Director of Kapacity.org.