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Who is Rehab For?

… “I used to think a drug addict was someone who lived on the far edges of society, wild-eyed, shaven-headed and living in a filthy squat. Then I became one.” What kind of people go to rehab? Well, it’s pretty obvious isn’t it? Junkies and raging alcoholics,...

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Disease vs Moral Model of Addiction

Considerable research has been conducted attempting to explain the causes of addiction in particular the arguments for both the medical and moral models of explaining addiction. The clear difference between these models are the causes they attribute to drug and...

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Abundance IS Who We Are

Abundance IS who we are. It is how we value ourselves, and how much we appreciate both who we are and what we have. If one focuses on external validation and comparison, then we will always be empty and in a state of 'less than' or 'better than'. If we get stuck in...

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Are Resolutions Unrealistic and Self Defeating?

“Each morning we are born again. What we do today matters most”. ~ Buddha ~ Every year as the new year rolls around I hear lots of talk about what people’s new year’s resolutions will be, and what kind of year people are planning to have. I have long been fascinated...

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Piercing The Fantasy of the Christmas Family

I am always struck by the paradox of Christmas. We seem to have largely agreed as a society that Christmas is all about love and hope and new life and family and togetherness, and yet what many of us actually do at Christmas is not congruent with these ideas at all....

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Price vs Cost

As someone who is passionate about organic food I often hear people say “but it is so expensive” and yes it does cost more, at the point of sale perhaps but what about the costs we don't account for at the checkout when we purchase cheaper produce? There is a set of...

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Interrupted Reaching Out Movement

Interrupted Reaching Out Movement (IROM) Interrupted Reaching Out Movement (IROM) is a simple label for a complex dynamic. IROM stems from a disruption in the flow of love in the relationship between parent and child and can lead to a reduced capacity for being...

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60B Kingsvale Rd
Myocum, NSW
2481, Australia

Tel : +61 2 6684 4145
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