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From suicidal “Tough Tits Tine” to thriving as a core wound expert

  When we met around 2012, Tina and I hit it off massively as friends.    Back then, she was working in hospitality, drinking and taking drugs regularly to block out her childhood.    Many years later when we were working in sessions together with coaching and healing, her past trauma hit her like a freight train.     She realised she was running the unconscious programming that she was “disgusting” which had led to many years of projecting a…

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Show kindness this Christmas and remember it’s not “merry” for everyone

The festive season is well and truly in full swing with Christmas parties and messages galore. While most people are wishing others a “merry” or “happy” Christmas, it’s also important to remember those who aren’t feeling so merry or happy. Christmas is a time of year where a lot of people I see in the mental health and justice space are suffering. They’re missing loved ones who’ve passed, they’re missing kids they are unable to see, and some are without…

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