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From hopelessness to hope in Thailand

By Simon Mott – Founder of Hope Rehab Center Thailand

When I first started helping addicts in London, giving them clean needles, I had no idea where it would lead. 1,049 more words

Dylan Kerr reblogged this on Dylan Kerr Addiction Therapy and commented:

One of the First mention's I've had from a Thai Rehab, back in 2014.

Yoga and Psychology: Perspectives on treatment of Depression

Recently, I have attended a course on yoga therapy for depression and addictions. A very interesting experience, great to see how knowledge and skills from different perspectives can be integrated into multifaceted approach! 312 more words

Yoga Lifestyle

habitual herecy

Step back. Remain silent. Walk, walk with ease & leave no anxious footprints behind. Stay in control, hold command of the internal judges panel. Exude balance, stable & serene; even if you’re yet to feel so sure of yourself. 110 more words


Worst. Superpower. Ever.

If I had a super power it would be that I am almost always able to convince myself that whatever I was worried about has already happened and I start to feel as though it had. 604 more words


the Borderline commandments

  • do unto others as you would have them do unto you
  • openly state your true feelings, insecurities & needs
  • stop projecting own unfavourable traits onto others, especially those you disagree with…
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Thursday, Sept 21, 2017

I know it’s been a while since I have checked in. I’ll be honest with you, I was changing personal habits and it was exhausting. I’m exercising the morning with the doggy and trying to motivate myself to complete my portfolio. 260 more words


The Feedback Loop

When I was in the worst month of my anxiety, my brain and body were in a giant, unceasing feedback loop. My body, being over-activated because of heightened medication levels, was communicating to me that I was in danger. 474 more words