Ruth Clare is an Australian author who wrote the award winning memoir 'Enemy — A Daughter's story of how her father brought the Vietnam War home'. She suffered the trauma of domestic violence as a child, and has been talking about trauma for a living since she became a parent herself. She has delivered three TEDx talks:
The power of Plan B Thinking, TEDxUniMelb (online event)
Ruth talks to Tony about her traumatic childhood, her healing through therapy, the story of her most successful TEDx talk which has had over 100,000 views, and some tips on writing TED talks. She's brilliant!
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Tony's personal writing blog is Good one, Wilson!
My husband had a magical cape — Lahra Carey's eulogy for husband Ben Cowen, Springvale Cemetery, Melbourne, 2017
'Men, you have ten minutes to live' — Dr Brendan Nelson's speech at a Soldier On charity gala, Canberra 2014 (witnessed by cohost Lehmo)