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I recently shared an experience with a follower to show him that recovery isn’t linear; that although I appear to be doing well, there are times when experiences come back to haunt me, but my response is far better than it used to be. I wanted to do this as a tweet thread, but sometimes content warnings on twitter don’t work as the word count is too short and then before you… Read More

Do you lead a pretty healthy life, but struggled to quit smoking? This was my issue. I changed my eating habits, gave up alcohol, started intermittent fasting and dedicated myself to practising Mysore Ashtanga Yoga 5/6 mornings a week. I was getting up early, going to bed early, dodging nights out to be a good dedicated yogi, yet I was still struggling to kick the cigarette habit. I could go one or two… Read More

Did you ever feel alone in the war with depression? There are times that we all do and the outdoors will always be there to help. Fellow blogger and mental health advocate, Charlotte Underwood, has drawn on her own experiences to help others by publishing mental health articles and giving presentations at local mental health events in England. Here is a first-hand account how a little doggie called sooty and the outdoors… Read More