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Embrace your difference. Own your individuality.

Embrace your difference and own who you are. Wise teaching from Carly Findlay who sat down with RawCourage.TV founder Margie Warrell. In this interview, Carly shares the importance of living authentically to write our own narrative. She was born with the rare skin condition Ichthyosis that makes her look quite different to most people. Carly wants people to find what makes them unique – whether it be an aspect of our physical appearance, a personality trait, our past (complete with its wrong turns – we all make them), our passions, our dreams and our preferences (sexual or otherwise).

This May, Carly is organizing a special event for adults, children and families affected by Ichthyosis. This is the first time such a large event has been held. Donations to support it can be made here.

Bullied For Looking Different

Margie Warrell continues her “Conversation on Courage” interview with Carly Findlay for RawCourage.TV on what it’s like to grow up looking different, cyber-bullying and dealing with insensitive and cruel people.

In May 2015, Carly is organizing a special event for adults, children and families affected by Ichthyosis. This is the first time such a large event has been held. Donations to support it can be made here.

Living Authentically In A Superficial Society

Margie Warrell talks to Carly Findlay about moving beyond the superficial and living a more meaningful life, focused on kindness, generosity and refusing to succumb to the pressure to fit our social norms.

Growing Up with a Rare Skin Disease

Living with a rare skin disease is something that Carly Findlay knows first-hand. Raw Courage TV founder, Margie Warrell, interviews Carly Findlay on what it is like to grow up with a rare condition and what it has taught her about herself, life, defining oneself and living bravely. This brave woman shares incredible wisdom to inspire us all.

This May, Carly is organizing a special event for adults, children and families affected by Ichthyosis. This is the first time such a large event has been held. Donations to support it can be made here.