‘Community Interventions’ is motivated by the will to do good in society.
I have two brothers and two sisters, all of whom have grown up to become positive, productive members of society. I left school with seven GCSE’s, however uninspired by life my thinking, attitude and behaviour became damaging to myself, my loved ones and society. My obsessive and compulsive behaviour led to numerous destructive habits.
Through numerous rehabilitation programmes I began to explore the reasons behind my destructive behaviour and came to the understanding that my anti-social activities were a temporary solution to the discontentment in my life, driven by fear, resentment and selfishness.
In order to rehabilitate, I had to be vigorously honest with myself and still do, enabling me to find a positive direction in my life and breaking the cycle of destructive thinking, attitude and behaviour.
I am very enthusiastic and passionate in sharing my experiences and solutions with a view to be of benefit and service to others and those who may well be affected. The outcome I wish for is that those, especially the youth, give pause for thought and turn off the road to perdition and become positive, constructive and productive members of society. No matter how far down the road of destruction one may feel they have gone, change for the better is possible.