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Our latest publication
STEPPING OUT THE OTHER SIDE: Finding purpose through adversity
Sometimes adversity can be a blessing in disguise. This was certainly the case for Peter Bell who had struggled with undiagnosed mental illness issues since childhood. A breakdown at the age of thirty-eight resulted in him being admitted to hospital, where he finally found the help he needed. A diagnosis of obsessive- compulsive disorder brought some relief and, with the help of a support network of family and health professionals, Peter took the first steps in the fight of his life. Over many months, Peter learned how to manage his illness and to live a more meaningful life. He now refers to his breakdown as a “breakthrough”.