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do   you   struggle   with

A lack of productivity due to having zero energy?

Feeling like you just don't have any motivation in life?

Do you struggle with work and relationships because you'd rather stay in bed all day, binge watch netflix and eat a whole tub of ice-cream by yourself. Just so you can beat yourself up about it later?

Do you feel distanced from your friends, family or coworkers because you can't talk to them about how you feel - out of fear of being seen as 'a burden', or 'seeking attention'?

Does your anxiety make you feel like a trapped animal? Thinking up all the different ways in which things can go wrong? Constantly worrying about what others think of you.

 

 

Do you feel embarrassed when a panic attack hits you right out of the middle of nowhere and feeling like everyone is staring at you? Like there's something wrong with you.

Do you feel hopeless at times? Asking yourself: "What's the point? Why even try?"

Have you ever thought about harming yourself, or engaged in self-harming?

Let me help you

HOW?

1. By booking a FREE consultation 

to talk with someone who's been there and truly understands.

I know how hard it can be to ask for help. But what you don't need is to struggle on your own. 
 

By booking a free, no obligation consultation, we can start exploring how best to help you with whatever it is you are struggling with. 

 

2. Buy the '12 Weeks To Better Mental Health' online course - and allow me to share all of my knowledge, experiences, tips, tools and techniques with you. 
To fix a problem - you need the right tools. If you don't have the right tools, you'll waste years of your life wading through tools and techniques that just don't work. 


Why spend years of your precious time trying to figure all of this out on your own, when you can empower yourself with tried and tested, scientifically sound techniques and save yourself heaps of time and money!

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stigma, shmigma 

After doing extensive research, I've come to realize two things:

 

1. In general, as a society, we have grown and become more open and accepting of talking about mental health. But not so much about MENTAL ILLNESS.

We are more comfortable talking about ways to maintain our mental health. Butt still find it very uncomfortable talking about mental illness openly. Talk about implementing yoga to help maintain your mental health - YES! Talk about what it feels like to be suicidal - "Everyone has left the building".

 

2. The only way we can change this is if we start getting comfortable with being uncomfortable and start having the tough conversations.

 

I know this is easier said than done. But the only way to start is to take the first step.

"
Let's start at the very beginning, a very good place to start." -
Julie Andrews in The Sound Of Music

 

Join our new Online Community and interact with like-minded individuals in a safe and understanding environment.

ABOUT 76% - 85%

Of serious mental illness cases go untreated in developing countries. 35% - 50% in developed countries. (According to Clubhouse International)
That's A LOT of people who will sadly never get the help they need.

The reason? We feel ashamed, don't we? 
Generally, we live in a society that believes that being diagnosed with a mental illness means there's something wrong with you. That you're unstable. That you're weak. That you're incapable..


This is of course not true AT ALL. In fact, dealing with mental illness on a daily basis and asking for help when you need it takes a lot of strength and courage!

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the   struggle   is   very   real   and   you   deserve   HELP  

Jo Rust is a world record holder, author, speaker, qualified coach, counselor and mental health activist.

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