Author of 'Breaking Milk' says her book is about separations and connections
Dr Dawn Garisch has written her seventh novel, Breaking Milk, published by Karavan Press.
Her book explores family estrangement and the divisions and connections between humans.
The book is about separations and connections in many different areas.Dawn Garisch, Medical doctor, poet and author
Garisch is a practising medical doctor and says writing has been a journey of healing and self-discovery.
She's a founding member of the Life Righting Collective where she runs courses in memoir writing to help others heal.
She encourages people to find a creative outlet they love and commit to it every day to improve their mental health.
I see writing as primary healthcare.Dawn Garisch, Medical doctor, poet and author
Listen to the conversation On The Yellow Couch with Pippa Hudson:
For most people, it's not easy to talk about money with a partner. Financial planner Sylvia Walker has advice.Read More
Re-worked version of the Rodriguez classic airs on radio for the first time - Pippa Hudson interviews songstress Rebekah Thompson.Read More
Doctor Mokete Setoaba has advice for those who struggle with what's called "flatulence" in polite conversation.Read More
Virgin Atlantic's Liezl Gericke says the airline is here to stay and the UK is the number 1 source market for tourism in SA.Read More
Heala is lobbying government to not only raise the tax, but apply it to fruit juices with high sugar content as well.Read More
As the re-named Covid-19 virus continues its global march, Dr Pete Vincent explains what to do when you return from a trip abroad.Read More
Refilwe Moloto discusses the banning of low cost benefit options with experts in the industry.Read More
NPO Clean the World is recycling and saving tons of hotel toiletries from the dump and improving hygiene all over the world.Read More
Refilwe Moloto and medical experts discuss the Council of Medical Schemes' decision which has divided health insurance industry.Read More
Bill Gates seems to be going green. Kind of. The way gazillionaires do.Read More