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Items from month May 2020

Are drugs and alcohol dictating how you live?

Are drugs and alcohol dictating how you live?

Thursday 28 May 2020

The current “self-isolation” period that everyone is going through, is difficult for many. If you are in recovery, especially if it is an early stage for you, this could be a very vulnerable time for you.

Broken Window Theory Part 2

Broken Window Theory Part 2

Thursday 28 May 2020

‘Change your focus from what you can’t do to what you can do and others will see your change, you won’t have to prove yourself or convince them, they will simply see it.’

How to Calm Down, Even a Little

How to Calm Down, Even a Little

Thursday 28 May 2020

You can do this anywhere. Honestly. You can. When you learned to ride a bicycle as a child (if you did) or bake a cake, it took practice. Everything does. And the practice can be fun. Or good, it depends on how you choose to think of it.

Intimate Human Relationship

Intimate Human Relationship

Thursday 28 May 2020

Never Give up

Never Give up

Thursday 28 May 2020

Mental Health Awareness Week – 17th – 24 May, 2020

Power

Power

Thursday 28 May 2020

Power plays an integral role in the life of a human being. It is experienced from an early age, when the child or young person will not have the emotional intelligence to fully understand its dynamics, and may instead be more concerned with developi

Shadow Boxing

Shadow Boxing

Thursday 28 May 2020

There is a lot of talk around Recovery around and ‘not getting in the ring with it’. We don’t have to be an active participant with a person, or a situation, whether it be a drama, or a substance, when we have the freedom to bypass it.

The Broken Window Theory

The Broken Window Theory

Thursday 28 May 2020

The “Broken Window Theory” is a sociology theory originally created in 1982 by James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelly. It became a popular theory in the 1990s, when it was used as a means to understand crime and disorder in America.