Monthly Archives: August 2018

His brother’s tragic death led Steve to almost take his own life; now he rises strong in support of providing hope to others

Steve Carr #Emerges Proud to tell the world how the tragic death of his brother Paul led him to finally “rise like a phoenix from the flames after hitting rock bottom” for Kelly’s KindaProud pocket book of hope; #Emerging Proud through … Continue reading

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Wendy is KindaProud of the wisdom of her body following a near death experience

Wendy Andrews from Queensland, Australia #emerges proud to tell us how it took somatic release therapy for her mind to catch up with the wisdom of her body, years after a traumatic experience. Wendy’s experience is not uncommon, although not … Continue reading

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A little voice and a listening ear was all it took to turn Pete’s life around…

Pete Cossaboon from Alabama, US, felt like he had nothing left to live for; until a long conversation with an ‘Angel’ made him realise he had the power to create his own reality. Here Pete tells us his story from … Continue reading

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Our 2017 launch edition #Emerging Proud Commemorative Print is now also PUBLISHED

Our 2017 launch edition #Emerging Proud Commemorative Print is now also PUBLISHED by leading Mental Health Publisher! We are totally delighted that the official 2017 launch edition of the #Emerging Proud campaign book is now not only a commemorative print of … Continue reading

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Jenny shares a bit more of her #emergence journey to integration

‘#EmergingProud through disordered eating, body image and low self-esteem’   As Jenny quite rightly acknowledges; life is a constant growth journey until the day we transition; it takes real courage to admit that transformation is an ongoing process.  Here Jenny … Continue reading

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Eradicating the Current Cultural Consensus of Mental Illness by Mary Clista Dahl

Changing her own perception of what was happening for her emotionally helped transform Mary’s existence as a labelled ‘mental patient’ to living a joyful life as the energetic Soul she knew she was; and consequently, more able to heal in … Continue reading

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“Those who have the courage to own their pain, are actually the ones we need the most” Jeff Brown

“We need the trauma-speakers to save us. Because they are the closest to the truth of all of our lives. Because they are reminders of our misplaced humanness. Because they are the most connected to the feelings that we are … Continue reading

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