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Seeing a loved one fall into alcohol or drug addiction can be a hugely painful experience. While you care deeply for the person affected, their behaviour can leave you feeling angry, helpless, guilty, frightened, lonely, exhausted and disappointed. Often the person suffering with addiction is blind to the destruction they’re causing, which can make accessing help extremely challenging.
Being told to ‘cheer up’ or ‘snap out of it’ isn’t helpful for someone with depression. If only they knew how to escape the relentless feelings of hopelessness and helplessness. Depression can make it hard for people to find any joy in life. They withdraw. Become shadows of their former selves. Feel sad, empty and worthless. They may not even realise they have a recognised clinical disorder. So, how do you help someone with depression?
We keep our values simple and the one that perhaps serves us best is ‘we get better every-day’. When an amazing team of people get behind that notion of constant improvement, great things happen and great things become greater.
Breathing comes naturally. So why are some of the world’s most influential brands and wealthiest stars investing so heavily in breathwork? Celebrity endorsements from the likes of Gweneth Paltrow, Justin Bieber and Beyoncé have turned this ancient practice into a wellness trend, fuelling the need for people to explore types of breathwork in the pursuit of health and happiness.
The New Year is notorious for encouraging big parties, excessive drinking, and trying to cram as much fun and hedonism as possible into one night. Yet as the party ends and the 1st of January looms, things begin to get very different. ‘New Year, new me!’ resolutions are everywhere, with people vowing to get physically and mentally healthier as they wave goodbye to the previous year.
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