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Christopher Dines has profound experience of recovery and personal growth; he struggled with drug addiction for most of his young adult life, and came into recovery in 2004, after a career as a music producer and well-known electronic house DJ. In this book, he shares insights, epiphanies and practical strategies for anyone struggling with their wellbeing, but most particul Christopher Dines has profound experience of recovery and personal growth; he struggled with drug addiction for most of his young adult life, and came into recovery in 2004, after a career as a music producer and well-known electronic house DJ. In this book, he shares insights, epiphanies and practical strategies for anyone struggling with their wellbeing, but most particularly those in recovery from addiction, those in toxic relationships or those with destructive lifestyles and behaviours. Covering such resonant themes as feelings of unworthiness, the need for gentle compassion and the power of authentic relationships, this book offers an abundance of exercises to unlock a deeper understanding, and nearly 200 questions to enable a true self-appraisal. This is self-care at its most profound, resonant and visceral level - as more than just a regular yoga habit, Super Self Care offers a chance to rewrite the script that ties us to codependency, addictive behaviours and shame.


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Christopher Dines has profound experience of recovery and personal growth; he struggled with drug addiction for most of his young adult life, and came into recovery in 2004, after a career as a music producer and well-known electronic house DJ. In this book, he shares insights, epiphanies and practical strategies for anyone struggling with their wellbeing, but most particul Christopher Dines has profound experience of recovery and personal growth; he struggled with drug addiction for most of his young adult life, and came into recovery in 2004, after a career as a music producer and well-known electronic house DJ. In this book, he shares insights, epiphanies and practical strategies for anyone struggling with their wellbeing, but most particularly those in recovery from addiction, those in toxic relationships or those with destructive lifestyles and behaviours. Covering such resonant themes as feelings of unworthiness, the need for gentle compassion and the power of authentic relationships, this book offers an abundance of exercises to unlock a deeper understanding, and nearly 200 questions to enable a true self-appraisal. This is self-care at its most profound, resonant and visceral level - as more than just a regular yoga habit, Super Self Care offers a chance to rewrite the script that ties us to codependency, addictive behaviours and shame.

32 review for Super Self Care: How to Find Lasting Freedom from Addiction, Toxic Relationships and Dysfunctional Lifestyles

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    Christopher expertly talks about the most important subject of self-care, which is still not talked about enough, at a time in the world today which is most needed. I have learned a lot from self-care books, but Christopher takes us to the next level of ‘super’ self-care that is desperately needed to help us let go of our emotional pain and be our best self to also be the best for others. Christopher provides you with many useful and practical tools, and asks you a number of questions throughout Christopher expertly talks about the most important subject of self-care, which is still not talked about enough, at a time in the world today which is most needed. I have learned a lot from self-care books, but Christopher takes us to the next level of ‘super’ self-care that is desperately needed to help us let go of our emotional pain and be our best self to also be the best for others. Christopher provides you with many useful and practical tools, and asks you a number of questions throughout the book, that if answered truthfully, will only inspire you with creative and imaginative thoughts of how you can change your behaviours to treat yourself with the respect you deserve and greatly improve your relationships. Christopher delicately and compassionately talks about pain we’ve suppressed from the past such as guilt and shame which can help explain the lack of self-care today, but why the power of vulnerability and understanding our emotions and current behaviours can give us the strength to move through the discomfort today to lead a lighter and more radiant life. I know it’s a book that I will continuously go back to time and again to remind myself of what true potential I really have, and that any small kindness act towards myself and others will make a huge difference. Christopher’s bravery to talk about moving through his pain and our collective pain only inspires me to move through mine.

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