If you haven’t come across them already, have a read all about Addictive Daughter here.
We caught up with the girls at the Wilderness Festival recently and heard them talk about topics such as ‘Why being a junkie is a good thing’ (not quite what you think), ‘Whether you’re a Farmer or a Sailor character type – and what that means for you and your life’, ‘A secret mantra to get you through any crisis – however big or small’, ‘The connection between your pain and life purpose’ and their ‘Top tool to help your calling find you’.
They’re young, fun and offer a very down-to-earth approach to topics that could otherwise seem a little too out there for most parents, teenagers and those in their twenties. They address a huge part of society that is often left to deal with issues on their own with very little support, either individually as young people, or as a family. Following their own pattern of destructive habits, unhealthy relationships and, ultimately, quarter-life crises the girls finally decided it was time to tackle their issues head on. In the process they launched Addictive Daughter where they offer life coaching, talks, articles in magazines such as Marie Claire and Huffington Post, along with regular vlogs as ways to help young people with their stress, depressions, crisis; you name it.
The Life Adventure is working on getting the girls to do a series of workshops around some of these subjects, but until that point (as they’re currently busy writing their first book) have a look at their recent post on why your meltdowns may have nothing to do with what you thought caused them. We hope you enjoy this vlog and promise to keep you posted should the girls find some time to help us create a series specifically on The Life Adventure for parents and young people suffering, often in silence, with so many of the problems mentioned above.