H.E.A.L.T.H.

The journey from Hurdle to Hope

 

Has your life been interrupted by one of these unexpected hurdles? Or something else?

Are you feeling overwhelmed? Frustrated that your life has changed? Despondent about your future?

 
When life is interrupted use H.E.A.L.T.H. as a tool to help you in moving forward, beyond your hurdle.

When life is interrupted use H.E.A.L.T.H. as a tool to help you in moving forward, beyond your hurdle.

 

H.E.A..L.T.H. will help you find new ways to keep moving forward.  To start enjoying life now and to discover hope for the future. 

 
 

HURDLE

A major obstacle, difficulty or challenge that unexpectedly interrupts your life.

 
 

ENGAGEMENT

Being focused on, occupied with and at times consumed by the hurdle in your life.

 
 

AGITATION

The frustration experienced when it becomes increasingly difficult to integrate a hurdle into your existing life.

 
 

LETTING GO

Prioritising what is important in your life and releasing all that is creating agitation and negative energy.

 
 

TAKING TIME

Focusing on a journey of self-discovery which can be at a physical, emotional and/or spiritual level.

 
 

HOPE

Reaching a point where your life is no longer filled with feelings of frustration, helplessness or despondency. Instead you are enjoying life now and also excited about a future filled with unimagined possibilities.

 
 

 

To discover more about H.E.A.L.T.H. read this article published on The Mighty.

H.E.A.L.T.H. also forms the basis of Part II of Life Interrupted - Moving beyond a hurdle. 

 
 

 

THE RESPONSE

 
Life Interrupted is an inspirational and holistic book. What made it for me was the insights of the H.E.A.L.T.H. framework. It offers effective strategies and techniques which can easily be applied to your own situation and life.
— Teneille
While each H.E.A.L.T.H. stage seems logical and something we should already know, it’s not until you start applying your own circumstances to each letter that you start to unravel your problems and then everything becomes clear.”
— Stella