Spark a fire with Jake. Mental health campaigner and Mind Over Marathon runner Jake Tyler meets ‘new hero’ Prince Harry. Jake Tyler, who completed the London Marathon in 2018, has been involved in a BBC1 documentary highlighting the link between mental wellbeing and exercise. https://www.maldonandburnhamstandard.co.uk/news/north_essex_news/15247967.mental-health-campaigner-and-mind-over-marathon-runner-jake-tyler-meets-new-hero-prince-harry/ My coach said that “I needed Movement.” Jack Tyler’s Story. When depression consumed him, Jake Tyler phoned his mum to say goodbye, having decided to take his own life. But she convinced him that they could find help together, and as he moved back home and started receiving professional help, Jake discovered the powerful effect of nature … Continue reading "I want to live forever". Jake Tyler for TED in Brighton.
These holiday vacations might be triggers, it’s that season of year, and … sunlight is very beautiful, but also not enough. So, hold on, basically. Continue reading Cara Delavigne and her struggle with Depression and Anxiety.
PTSD as quest to rescue your True Self and awaken the heroin within. Bonjour Darlings, I will be off two weeks soon, and will be working on my self help book, as promised. Last months, since 13th November, I have been building basics of this website. My goal for 2020 is clear, as soon as I am done with second book, I will translate it in English and finally go and knock on the door of publishing houses. In the meanwhile, I leave you with this homework: question your self on what you want to become and to be in … Continue reading Celebrate your Body, and my Spiritual and Creative Retreat.
Story Time. In 2016, 6 months later my “fake alert”, in july, I had the first Panic Attack of my life. I was terrified, thought gonna die or loose my sanity. I was at work, and suddenly it happened. My mind lost control on my body. Or today, I would say that my body took control on my mind, in order to communicate. At that season, I was angry, frustrated and stressed out, perhaps depressed, apathic, and I couldn’ t relate to my inner wisdom. There wasn’t any. My soul launched me an alert to say “hello, nobody’s home?”. One way to … Continue reading Panic attacks