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David Hurst
Dad & Writer. Published & travelled round the 🌍. Co-author of positive mental health book The Anxiety Conversation with psychotherapist Wayne Kemp. Out now! ⬇️
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David Hurst 8h
Replying to @JamesConlon_
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Jung carved a Latin inscription above the door of his house in Kusnacht, Switzerland: "VOCATUS ATQUE NON VOCATUS DEUS ADERIT." In English translation, the inscription reads: "Called or not called, the God will be there."
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David Hurst May 19
Replying to @Neom1e
Thank you so much Neomie. This means the world to hear. It encourages me to do more. Well done on your recovery. Your message has really made my day! Love to you.
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Paul Steedman May 18
Excited about 's upcoming on ? Why not come and see him in the flesh, in conversation with ? 5th July in . Tickets at
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Matt Haig May 18
You always know you need to relax when your brain is telling you there is no time to relax.
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Poems From A Mod May 18
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David Hurst May 18
Replying to @amigliT
So lovely and kind of you. The psychotherapist I wrote the book with used to live in Egypt btw. He loves the country & its people, and has promised to take me!
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David Hurst May 14
Writing a list of what illness feels like serves a purpose. But then you need to know why you’re feeling that. It’s to take you somewhere, to help you grow and thrive. Help or hell, the choice is ours. 📚 📖
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Giles Paley-Phillips May 18
On the train heading up to the Our little show is up for Best Arts and Culture Podcast. Theres no hope of us winning, there are so many incredible podcasts in our category, it's just so amazing to be in the mix and we are truly grateful ❤
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David Hurst May 18
The help & recovery will come to you when you help others to recover.
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David Hurst May 18
I know how immensely helpful it’s been to hear people share stories of recovery. I’ve done it plenty of times one on one and in groups, but I’m still getting used to it published. I just hope it helps others who are still suffering. There is hope, there is always a solution.
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David Hurst May 18
More inspiration & understanding on following your bliss. How to slay the dragon inside us. 🐉
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David Hurst May 18
“Follow your bliss.” Brilliant from
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‘If you have an idea that you genuinely think is good, don’t let some idiot talk you out of it.’
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David Hurst May 18
Replying to @DeclanChellar
Me too!
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David Hurst May 18
This is where this gecko stays all day - because if he can’t see us, we can’t see him... 🦎
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David Hurst May 18
Imagine if you could recover and then help others recover from where you are right now... You can.
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Joy Division/New Order May 17
1980 Joy Division's Ian Curtis tragically took his own life at home in Macclesfield. He was just 23 years old.
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Rob Summerfield May 17
In the early hours of this day in 1980, Ian Curtis left us. A tremendously gifted frontman and lyricist in Joy Division. Despite a brief career together their legacy and influence shines brighter than ever nearly four decades later. Watching forever, watching love grow.
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stew foster, counting down 2 'Check Mates' 06/19 May 16
I love that feeling when you make mistake at a roundabout and you go "hands up, my fault" and the other person goes, "no worries" And instead of the finger and abuse, you both go on your way with face full of smiles
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