Droplip: Take It Or Leave It
Abook full of little pet loathes loves and funnies of the many different hiccups in life the everyday person may be challenged. From A-Z it can be said there's something in it for everybody. Whoever is reading this booklet, will be looking for something to grab onto. Human interactions have been questioned for centuries by all walks of life. It's not about to stop any time now. This is a collection of thoughts from the mind of a boggled-up, botched-up survivor-to-thriver who knows there's got to be some point to all this mish-mash we all put ourselves through. It will be simply dribble to some onlookers and if that's the case, well then, all hail thee to dribble. Droplip is a sign of strength in vulnerability. It means stop and think what made one drop one's lip. On writing this book and re-reading what was written, the writer had Droplip syndrome many times over, which lead to deep thoughts of unravelling messy compartments entrenched in the brain and emotion, leading to inner freedom where spaces within never expected to arrive at. Enjoy the crazy journey!"Droplip ? what is Droplip? A Pommy reaction to Australian slang. Written from experience and observing whilst sliding down the razorblade of life, exploring those moments of extreme clarity that shake you to the very core. With humorous down under style, Robyn has created the definitive Haynes Droplip manual, packed with wisdom and wise counsel amidst the beach and occasional beauty, that is the human condition. I salute you.- Mike LeFevre, Lighting Designer & Director, PBS Vision Ltd.
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Robyn's honesty is refreshing, having insight into oneself helps us to reconnect with self and others. It takes huge emotional energy to understand those moments that brought us to the point, 'something has to change'. Robyn uses her creative ability to express these "drop lip" moments into an A-Z guide on how you can choose to be, we have more control than we think. It is about finding inner peace, your power, your voice and what it takes to change your outlook. Of course, Robyn has much experience to draw on and a past worth noting, she didn't have all the resources to find her way, she made big decisions alone that impacted her journey. Ultimately, "Drop Lip" is a great contribution to others who struggle, emotionally, physically and psychologically. If only life was easier to navigate, when our mentors are damaged how do we get the guidance we need as we grow, where is the nurturing, so we can be our best? I think some of us have it easier, but that too doesn't mean that they can't learn something from the book, on the contrary, I think there are lessons for all of us. Well done, Robyn, for believing in yourself, for fighting those barriers, whether real or perceived. I salute you, this is just the beginning.
Deborah Kukathas (Deputy Head Early Years Education)
Robyn Keating, a real storyteller!
That is what we are now missing in the world, storytellers, and she has it down!
Read it and learn.
Nice work Robby!Thanks for sharing your truth with an open heart.
The Scary Guy