Ep.104 What’s More Important, The Mental Health Of The Murderer Or The Mental Health Of The Victims? with Wendy Robinson

Thank you for your outreach of support and interest after the first episode with Mum. This is part two, sharing more about our story and case.

As you can see by the title, we talk a lot about mental health in this episode. Please remember, if you’re experiencing mental health dificulties, lifeline is a great place to reach out to for support. You can contact them on 13 11 14.

One thing we forgot to discuss in this episode is the petition that we mentioned in the first episode. The petition to show your support of wanting to get the terrible laws changed that allow murderers to be convicted not guilty and therefore never have a criminal record to their name.

Thank you to everyone who signed and shared this, mum is abundantly grateful and wanted to let you all know that we now have over 22,000 signatures… That’s massive, but the more the better!

If you haven’t had a chance to support this yet, you can find it here.

Mum and I are extremely grateful for all your support. Honestly, Thank You from the core of our hearts! 

If you’d like to contact Mum directly to help her with her purpose and have her as a guest speaker, please email her directly at robinsonwendy03@gmail.com or email me at brett@lifeintentional.com.au

4 Comments

  1. Anne Grimes on 01/14/2019 at 10:01 PM

    Well done Wendy and Brett… you are both very inspiring and I truly hope you all win through in this horrible battle that you are in .. you all deserve so much more… love to you all … Anne..💖💖

    • Brett Robinson on 01/16/2019 at 6:39 PM

      Thank you Anne, your support and feedback is greatly appreciated!

  2. Adrian Medcraft on 01/22/2019 at 8:39 PM

    Wendy Robbo wishing you a speedy and full recovery. You story makes my stomach churn. I can believe that these loop holes in the law exist and more so that when discovered are not rectified immediately. I truely admire your resilience and courage to continue on with your struggle.

    • Brett Robinson on 01/23/2019 at 8:57 AM

      Thanks again Adrian, greatly appreciated for your support and kind words!

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