Psychotherapist Talitha Fosh is an addict. “The way that my mind works is what makes me an addict,” she says. It started with an eating disorder when she was 14, comparing herself to others, and it spiralled out of control quickly. Then Tally found alcohol and drugs. “I didn’t like who I was when I drank, yet I couldn’t seem to stop myself.” She is now a therapist at the same rehab centre that helped her recover, hosting online therapy group sessions for those in need.
Many of us live and operate from a mind-set of scarcity and limitation. We focus on what we don’t have – financial, security, confidence, relationships – and this keeps us feeling insecure and inadequate. Integrative medicine pioneer Deepak Chopra illuminates the road to success and wholeness, helping us tap into a deeper sense of awareness […]
Andy Cope is known as the ‘Doctor of Happiness’. He explains that when we are in our best-self mode, that positivity radiates and benefits other people, making them 16% happier just by being in our company. He says we can learn how to reach our best-self mode, rather than being ground down into mediocrity. He […]
After a teenage episode with drugs triggered physical and mental side effects, including frequent panic attacks, George Hodgson started experiencing suicidal thoughts. He found therapy hugely beneficial in tackling his OCD and other issues, but telling people his story has been one of the best ways of alleviating his anxiety. George has founded a fashion […]