I had no sense of drive or motivation, so I was heavy on drugs and alcohol and in trouble with the law.
We are so grateful for the support of the Honey Badger’s that have selected us as one of the charities they are supporting this year. “This year, we really wanted to focus on child and youth development, and anything to do with supporting mental health, particularly in areas like adolescent suicide prevention.” -Honey Badgers Live…
When I’m out surfing, I feel relaxed and stable. Surfing calms my mind and is refreshing for me because being in the water makes me feel at peace.
Wow, Tai Wātea programme 15 completed with 100% graduation of all six boys!
Before this course, drugs were at the top of my list and my #1 priority. I was dark, lost, hood bound and lazy. I felt like I was a nobody and I was angry at everyone. I was hopeless.
For me as a kid growing up I never really felt like I belonged anywhere in the world… I felt like no one really wanted me around. I was the kid that felt lonely pretty much the majority of the time, even when people were around.