Monthly Archives: May 2019

Mel is KindaProud of how she travelled beyond her negative self-image to set herself free

Mel discovered that the answer to her healing took a brave leap of faith to do something outside of her comfort zone, only then did she discover that she was capable of everything she’d previously told herself she couldn’t do. … Continue reading

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Denise is KindaProud that she was brave enough to look at the roots of her compulsive eating, and love herself enough to heal

As Denise so eloquently writes, what often begin as our coping mechanisms as a response to some kind of trauma, can develop into unhealthy compulsions which we need to look beneath to discover the roots of the pain. Turning the … Continue reading

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Together we did it! 74 FREE #EmergingProud through NOTEs books will be distributed to spread HOPE to those in need with your donations

A HUGE thank YOU! to all of you who attended and donated to our #EmergingProud through NOTEs book launch event on Sunday 12th May… Together we raised enough to purchase 74 copies of these little beauties for FREE distribution around … Continue reading

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Can facing our pain, rather than pushing it away, set us free? Jeannet is accepting her recent experience to enable her to dive deeper into her shadows

Our healing journeys continue until the day we die. Life happens, and with the constant flux and flow brings new growth challenges which constantly force us to reflect on our limiting beliefs and, perhaps, internal prejudices. Our stories do not … Continue reading

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Sacred Space Retreat for Mental Health Professionals

Are you a mental health professional struggling with the cognitive dissonance caused by working in a system that does not acknowledge human pain as a natural part of being alive? Do you need some time out just for YOU, and … Continue reading

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Meanha from Norwich stands up against Islamaphobia as she #Emerges into her mission to be unapologetically herself

Emotional distress does not discriminate; discrimination causes emotional distress. Meanha courageously shares how being in a cultural minority has led to her being the victim of mindless attacks, and how these acts of ignorance led to her questionning herself causing … Continue reading

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Can Madness save the World? Breaking Down in the Service of Breaking Through

Do you remember Dr Paris Williams from the #EmergingProud film? Paris is a Clinical Psychologist from New Zealand who wrote ‘Re-thinking Madness’ after his own brush with ‘psychosis’. Paris and I have recently reconnected with regards to our unfolding work; … Continue reading

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