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A Different Way to Get Out of Your Head

Matthew Todd tries the Hoffman Process — a lifetime’s worth of therapy in one week

Regular readers might remember I wrote a piece in 2010 about dealing with the trauma of growing up in a homophobic society. It’s the subject of my forthcoming book Straight Jacket: How to be Gay and Happy, out in June. After listening to scores of people’s opinions on what would heal my anxiety, I decided to try The Hoffman Process — a retreat-style week of therapy — run by The Hoffman Institute and named after Bob Hoffman, who started it in the US. I did it in the summerof 2012.

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From EastEnders to X-Men! Ben Hardy returns to Attitude for his second cover feature, fresh off the set of hotly anticipated superhero film X-Men: Apocalypse. Inside, we present a special report on gay racism, looking at how Black, Asian and ethnic minorities are represented in the gay community, scene and media. We also interview Olivier award-winning Matt Henry from hit musical Kinky Boots, Alexander Vlahos who plays the gay prince in new BBC series Versailles, and feature a photo exclusive from hot new book Why Drag? Plus, in praise of the legendary Meryl Streep, and a look at the contentious issue of pinkwashing and Tel Aviv Pride.