My homeless experience – about my confidence

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Rosie – Hostel Coach

I remember. It brings back so many flashbacks when I think how weak and depressed I used to be.

When I came here to this hostel (Cardinal Hume Centre) I felt paranoid. I didn’t want to cope, I felt really scared because I thought that only drug addicts were the type of people who stayed in hostels.

But as one month flew by, I felt much more confident of where I was going. I cooperated well with staff and residents at the hostel. This helped me with a break-though, and massive experience for my confidence.

I never thought the Cardinal Hume Centre would help me to build my confidence. At times I do feel depressed, and feel i don’t have the strength to move on with my life. But, what I forget are all the facilities they have at this hostel, my coach (Rosie – pictured) is amazing. She has made me feel really secure, safe and helped me to build a lot of confidence in myself. Without the Cardinal Hume Centre staff, I wouldn’t be here right now, full of energy and pride.

 

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