I’m 40 next year and the reason I tried zing was because I was being tested for autism and also dyspraxia, I couldn’t get a straight answer from the doctors and I wanted to see if I can help myself rather than take a load of tablets, which I’ve done in the past and it did more harm than good.
I left school at 15 and I’d never had a job for more than around six months and to be honest I’d given up with any sort of ambition or career, I wouldn’t leave the house most days.
The 12-month course is coming to an end and mentally I’m a lot better, I couldn’t even hold down a conversation or make eye contact this time last year. I’ve had my current job for well over a year now (a record for me), I got a lot of help from Alison who was very caring and supportive if ever I needed any help or advice
I found the exercises very easy, the only hard part is being disciplined enough to do them daily.
I’m working full time and still haven’t tested myself in terms of education, I’ve enrolled in a course at my local college and I’m excited about the potential of being able to learn for the first time in my life.
Liam, Zing Graduate