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August 23, 2016 10:14 am, By: @hellolifeagain

LIFEAGAIN STORIES

Be Inspired by stories of men who have embraced Life Again

SHISHIR PANDIT
SHISHIR PANDIT
When I was a young child, I would often ask my parents questions about the world. Unfortunately for my parents, I chose to ask questions that had no easy answers – Why was there so much inequality? Why was there so much environmental destruction? Why did most people seem unconcerned about social issues that were right in front of them?...
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ANTHONY CHIMINELLO
ANTHONY CHIMINELLO
At the age of 29, I was convinced I had it all. However, the trappings of material success soon wore off and my high flying corporate life felt meaningless, empty and boring. The challenges that followed became gifts in disguise that positively shaped my life forever....
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PETER ROBERTS
PETER ROBERTS
When I was 48 I took a deep breath and walked a totally different path to the one I was on. I gave up the security of a successful business and a pretty comfortable lifestyle to do something I felt unexpectedly drawn to....
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The organisation

Find out about LifeAgain - who we are, what we do and the reasons we do it.

Life Again was founded by Gareth Andrews with one primary objective; to inspire and connect men through times of change. Men face substantial challenges. Challenges like career transition, dissatisfaction, divorce, loss, financial pressures, low self-esteem, and the general malaise of our fast-paced modern lives. But through meaningful connection, men can be supported positively through periods of change.

Have You Done Your Best Work Yet

A question which makes men reflect on their lives thus far, and to which their answer is mainly “No”

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LIFE MIGHT NEVER BE A BOWL OF ROSES
Sometimes, I feel like a fraud. I spend much of my time thinking about how young men can change their lives and move forward from Thoreau’s ‘lives of quiet desperation;' so much time speaking publicly about my recovery from depression and…
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MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL: LOOK AT ME
"IT’S LIKE WE LIVE IN A WALL OF MIRRORS." A friend casually used this as a throw away line the other day in a meeting and it immediately resonated with me. He was describing men in midlife and how they…
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