11: Shelagh Brennand talks about growing up in a cricket loving family, working as a police officer, a private investigator, to recovering from a stroke and writing a book about it.
“I focus on what I can do and not of what I can’t“ - Shelagh Brennand
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In this episode I talk to Shelagh Brennand from Bradford, England. She shares why she wanted to become a police officer at an early age, how she met her husband David and later emigrating to Australia. She also shares with us the day when everything changed for her and her family, the day she got a stroke, what happened next, and the way back to recovery and writing a poetry book about her experience.
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