What does death mean to you? Is it the end of a journey, the beginning of another? I would be interested to hear your perspective so please let me know.

I had a fairly early and close encounter with death when I was 16 years old.  A great friend of mine passed. It drastically changed the way I viewed life thereafter. And I suppose this can be a good thing. It greatly increased the value which I attribute to time and makes me question to this day, if I could be spending that time doing something better?

I had the opportunity to speak with James from the Art of Dying. Their award-winning podcast helps people to approach their death with control and dignity. Give it a listen. I would be interested in your thoughts. Check out the links below to see more by “The Art of Dying Podcast”

https://soundcloud.com/artofdyingwell/episode-20-dying-well-starts-with-living-well

Site: https://www.artofdyingwell.org/

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It’s time to talk. You’re going through potentially, one of the most challenging experiences that you have ever encountered. And it makes it worse that no-one can tell, or even begin to understand.

When experiencing bouts of depression, anxiety, bereavement; or maybe your personality disorder or bipolar has taken a turn for the worse; it can seem that there is no way out. You’ve tried everything, right?

Well, sometimes you need a hand to guide you out of the darkness. Our Gravesend based counsellors and psychologists would love to hear about your struggles. It will at least give you a chance to express how you feel to open ears, with no judgement.

Message us or give us a call and we’ll book you in for a free over the phone consultation to begin with. It will help us to get to know each other before you embark on your journey to recovery.

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  • Christine Wichall
    13th September 2020 3:44 pm

    Elliot, I have frequently recommended you to friends and family. However, having recently (27th April) lost my husband of 52 years to mesothelioma, I do not see how anybody can help. The disgusting Medway coroner has ignored the diagnoses of five experienced and very respected consultants and insisted on a post mortem. This has led to his body becoming so decayed we were unable to see him at the undertakers and we still have no final death certificate. I am a total lost soul. I only get up each day for my dog. I have, over the years, found counsellors have not been able to help me. Christine

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    • Revitalize Clinic
      22nd September 2020 2:21 pm

      Hey Christine. I am so so so sorry to hear of your loss and your awful experience. I personally have found that finding the right therapist is like finding the right driving instructor. Not everyone is the right fit. I went on a course of therapy with 5 different therapists before I found the one who was the right fit for me. I think the intention to “get better” is the most important part. Just try not to let that flame go out. If you ever need to speak to someone who might be able to guide you to the right therapist who is the right fit for you, please don’t hesitate to call the clinic and ask for me on 01474 356 284. I would be more than happy to help

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