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Addiction Took My Husband, Recovery Saved My Life with Stephanie Pollak

You can be angry. Or you can be at peace. You can heal. Or you can continue playing the victim. It's up to you to choose the things that make you happy. No one else is going to do that for you. It's up to you to move in the direction of growth and freedom. Only you can save yourself. Stephanie Pollak spent most of her life believing the world was supposed to make her happy. If she did the right things, life would be good for her. She spent most of her time and energy saving others and never considered herself. After her husband became addicted to [...]

Financial Recovery in Sobriety with Morgan Garon

There is so much more to money than dollar signs. We have an emotional attachment to it. We can use it for the wrong reasons and in destructive ways. It’s one of the most important elements for sustained sobriety, but it’s a sensitive area that people feel uncomfortable talking about. Morgan Garon is a Financial Recovery Coach who helps her clients develop a healthy and unique relationship with money that decreases stress and anxiety, increases confidence, builds wealth and allows them to create the lifestyles they truly want. In this show, Morgan teaches us what destructive money patterns and habits look like, how to create more awareness around [...]

By |2019-09-10T13:12:29+00:00September 10th, 2019|Codependency, Podcast, Trauma and Abuse|0 Comments

Lamar Odom’s Ex Liza Morales talks Addiction, Recovery, and Family

How can spouses deal with a partner who is in active addiction? How can they keep their family intact when everything begins to fall apart? What does a parent do when children are involved? Today's story is about the other side of addiction. Liza Morales is a real estate professional, a mom, and the ex-wife of NBA star, Lamar Odom. Their problems began after moving to Los Angeles, where Lamar was swept away by the celebrity lifestyle and all the vices that come with it. Liza talks frankly about what it was like to be a young mother married to a famous athlete, what lead to their final [...]

By |2019-08-20T13:23:19+00:00August 13th, 2019|Cocaine, Codependency, Drug addiction, Female Speaker, Podcast|0 Comments

Recovery for Families with Pam Lanhart and Shelly Young

Watching a loved one struggle with addiction is heart wrenching and frustrating. We feel powerless, overwhelmed, and desperate. What’s the best way to help them? Today we have Pam Lanhart and Shelly Young on The Recovery Revolution. They are both mothers to children with substance abuse disorder and have become warriors on the front of addiction. Pam and Shelly teach us how to set boundaries, learn how to communicate, and model recovery in our homes so we can provide a safe place for our loved one who is in the battle for their lives. They also give extraordinary insight into the power of loving right and how to [...]

By |2019-06-24T16:41:46+00:00June 25th, 2019|Codependency, Emotional Sobriety, Podcast|0 Comments

How to Take FIERCE Action in Your Life with Carolyn Colleen

Anxiety, fear, and overwhelm create a state of paralysis. How can we move past the fear and take action in our lives? Carolyn Colleen is a PhD candidate, speaker, author and coach. Out of sheer necessity Carolyn developed the F.I.E.R.C.E. 5 method, which helped her grow from a downtrodden, scared and ragged victim, standing in a food line at the Salvation Army, to the confident and successful person she is today, living a happy life she never realized she deserved. In this episode, she talks about her recovery from codependency and how her F.I.E.R.C.E. 5 method will empower you to transform your life in just 5 minutes at a [...]

By |2019-06-17T15:19:10+00:00June 18th, 2019|Codependency, Podcast, Trauma and Abuse|0 Comments

Walking Through Fire with Anne Beaulieu

Anne Beaulieu is an Emotional Intelligence Coach, Keynote Speaker, and the author of twenty books. She was always a driven, successful woman who built the perfect image for herself, but deep inside hid a darkness and rage that closed her off from the world. As a child, Anne experienced horrific emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. A warrior emerged to protect her. She vowed to snuff out her heart and approach everything with cold intellectualism. At the same time, Anne was addicted to pleasing others. She felt responsible for everyone around her. She was emotionally unhealthy, and this was reflected in all her relationships. Finally, Anne had no choice [...]

By |2019-06-10T21:44:34+00:00June 11th, 2019|Alcoholism, Codependency, Podcast, Trauma and Abuse|0 Comments