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Sharing with Nochnoch: How to Get Out from Pit Bottom?

When life throws unexpected challenges at you, how do you channel the fear and pain towards something constructive? Noch Noch will share her journey from depression, burnt out and stress, to newfound creativity and outlook on life. Come find some inspiration to face the challenges in life. This is also an information session for those interested to join the Bearapy Support Group, facilitated by Noch Noch, and she will answer any questions you will have.

Date: Friday February 21, 7pm – 8pm.

Date rescheduled to Friday, March 14, 7-8pm.  30

30 rmb | person Venue: Kocoon Spa at Taiyue Suites. Registration: 132 416 960 21  or marketing [at] kocoonspalounge.com[hr]

Venue: Kocoon Spa at Taiyue Suites. Registration: 132 416 960 21  or marketing@kocoonspalounge.com

About Noch Noch Li Brought up in Hong Kong and Australia, Noch Noch was a young, overachieving executive for an international corporation. After seven years of living the life she dreamt of, or so she thought, she suffered a serious stress-related depression that turned her life upside down. As she battles with depression, Noch Noch is on a quest to be the wake-up call for others in similar plights through her blog, NochNoch.com, where she jots down her reflections on living with depression and self-awareness. Her writing has also been published in South China Morning Post, Forbes Women, Women of China, The Charitarian, Black Dog Tribe, Life Hack, and other websites. She is also the creator of Bearapy, a form of play therapy aimed at adults, developed through an unexpected collection of Gund Snuffles bears during her years in clinical depression. Her aim is to help others in transition from depression recovery to becoming the persons they want to be.

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