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"I'm not afraid of money any more," she says. "It will come and go. I got made redundant last year and initially I was devastated but after a week I just thought 'You know what? You've been through so much worse. Get over it. It will work out.' " (PRINT & ONLINE)
"Sometimes the plan that you’ve drawn out for your future isn’t always the path you should take. I listened to my instinct and ignored what my head told my heart and I’m so grateful I did." (PRINT)
“I’m grateful that I’m a survivor and that I have stared death in the face – something I wouldn’t wish on anyone. But having been through such personal, professional, physical, mental and financial hardship, this experience has allowed me to be fearless and relentless in my pursuit..."
- Leola Rose to crowd fund first autobiography "I'm not done yet" via Publishizer
- Self care non-fiction book to motivate and inspire trauma survivors
- Honest and raw encounter of how trauma and mental illness shaped Leola Rose's positive outlook on life
Leola Rose didn’t have a headache when she rocked up to work on November 5, 2010 and had no idea of how much her life was about to change.
'Bang, then my vision went blurry': Woman, 28, forgot how to walk and talk after artery in her brain BURST...
Leola Rose, 28, was at work and had no symptoms anything was wrong, when she took a bathroom break.
After waking up eight hours later in hospital, Leola was shocked to learn she had experienced a near-fatal brain aneurysm – a terrifying ordeal which would soon lead to a diagnosis of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
After suffering a life-threatening brain aneurysm three years ago, Leola Foon understands the importance of a healthy lifestyle and doing something you love.
Making the best out of truly adverse circumstances is embodied in Leola Foon. At just 28 years of years, the fit and healthy Sydneysider nearly lost her life to a brain aneurism.
I was a young marketing specialist with the whole world in front of me. I was content with my job, I was fit, healthy and full of life. Suffering a ruptured aneurysm took all of that away from me in the blink of an eye.