Episode 8 – Gossip, What’s the Harm?

You are here:>>>>>>>>Episode 8 – Gossip, What’s the Harm?

Episode 8 – Gossip, What’s the Harm?

By Paul Garrigan & Simon Mott

Topic At One Glance:

  • Paul Garrigan and Hope Founder Simon Mott talk about gossip and their own experiences with it – which include being on the receiving end of gossiping

  • What’s the difference between passing on information and gossiping?

  • The dangers and consequences of gossip in a recovery setting.

  • It’s human nature to feel the urge to gossip sometimes – and it can be used in a positive way…

Simon Mott, Founder of Hope Rehab ThailandIn this episode of the podcast, Hope Founder Simon Mott talks about gossip – Why do we gossip and what are the potential consequences of this type of communication? You can also read Simon’s article about gossip here ‘Let’s talk about gossip’.

Other Topics That Might Interest You

How Selfishness Ruins Everything but Kindness Heals

It can't be all "me, me, me". Selfishness can ruin our relationships and even our mental health. The anecdote is to develop kind-heartedness and to gain insight into the forces that are driving self-obsession.

How Healthy Eating Can Help Your Recovery

Healthy Eating: Learn more about how nutrition can impact your addiction recovery negatively or positively, the dangers of comfort eating, the benefits of mindful eating and what food to expect when you come to Hope Rehab.

Episode 32 Recovery Rituals Podcast

Recovery rituals are healthy habits we can develop to replace the bad habits picked up through addiction. In this episode of the podcast, Sarah Clitheroe talks about creating the right recovery rituals that can help us heal and find happiness.

The Addiction Complex

Why do some people become addicts and others don't? Former Hope counsellor Gordon Patrick Boyce, a recovering addict himself, explores this question and finds answers in Carl Jung's "Complex Theory" which ultimately leads him to reflect on his own journey from a completely different perspective.