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This is the show for bad***es who know that they are greater than what they are doing, but haven't slowed down enough to breathe. Overfunctioning, overachievers who want to do more with their lives then what societal norms would have us do.

Here we're able to take a look at how others have been able to say "no" to things that don't serve them, take control of their own lives, and connect with what they ultimately want to do. See how everyone from celebrities, doctors, and everyday superstars make their mark despite the trauma they've faced. It's a place to explore and understand the hero's journey, as you move into embracing your own.

Trauma To Triumph Kim Bao

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This is the show for bad***es who know that they are greater than what they are doing, but haven't slowed down enough to breathe. Overfunctioning, overachievers who want to do more with their lives then what societal norms would have us do.

Here we're able to take a look at how others have been able to say "no" to things that don't serve them, take control of their own lives, and connect with what they ultimately want to do. See how everyone from celebrities, doctors, and everyday superstars make their mark despite the trauma they've faced. It's a place to explore and understand the hero's journey, as you move into embracing your own.

    021: How To Support Our Men w/ Dr. Juan Rios Jr.

    021: How To Support Our Men w/ Dr. Juan Rios Jr.

    I am thrilled to introduce you to my trauma brother, Dr. Juan Rios Jr. We are going to talk about some of the work he’s doing, what he’s learned about working with high-level athletes and people of color, what unhealthy attachment is, and more. This episode is guaranteed to inspire you and give you some everyday tools.
    Dr. Rios starts off by telling us about the workplace that he has built, explaining that it’s a collaborative space where therapists work with him, not for him. The team is very diverse and represents almost every aspect of culture, socio-economic experience, modality, and more.
    There are conscience, micro decisions that we have to make to move towards change. Dr. Rios asserts that when there is one injustice happening, we must act as if it is injustice for all. He says that we can tear down social constructs without creating false narratives, and I add in how I feel that this affects Asian-Americans.
    A conversation begins about masculinity, with Dr. Rios talking about a type of personal work that men have to do which women can’t do for them. We hear about the language that he believes men need to create and become comfortable in. He states that if truly being a man means being “strong,” men should be strong enough to use loving words.
    I ask Dr. Rios what one thing is that he wishes people would do to change the trajectory that we live in. He responds that the obvious answer is therapy and provides his insight on why it is so beneficial.
    Rios Therapeutic Solutions: https://www.riostherapeuticsolutions.com/
    Dr. Rios on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juan.riosjr/
    Dr. Rios’ Email: juan.riosjr@gmail.com
     

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    020: How To Deal With Disappointments In Life w/ Lee Kemp

    020: How To Deal With Disappointments In Life w/ Lee Kemp

    It’s time to pick up your slice of humble pie and buckle up to listen to Lee Kemp, multi-award winning national wrestling legend, talk with me about the challenges and thrills he’s faced during his decade-spanning career. An overarching theme of our conversation today is on the subject of humility, especially why this is such an important trait to have as an athlete. We touch on Lee’s incredible past and what some other vital traits athletes should have in order to succeed.

    • 46 min
    019: How To Survive The Emotional Struggles of Single Parenthood w/ Kim Bao

    019: How To Survive The Emotional Struggles of Single Parenthood w/ Kim Bao

    Whether you’ve planned to have kids or not, finding yourself a single parent is not something you set out for with intent. Being a single parent is hard work and trying to co-parent with your ex can be an even bigger struggle. As a single parent, you’re going to struggle with feelings of shame, guilt, and pain - and the most likely source of these feelings is you.

    • 23 min
    018: How To Turn Tragedy Into Fuel For Living Your Best Life w/ Steve Datte

    018: How To Turn Tragedy Into Fuel For Living Your Best Life w/ Steve Datte

    There are some events in life that change you dramatically. The thing you need to remember, though, is how that change will impact you in the long term. My guest today, Steve Datte, is a coach, mentor, and all around wonderful guy who lost his brother to suicide many years ago.

    • 1 tim. 6 min
    017: How To Guard, Maintain, and Replenish Your Energy w/ Kim Bao

    017: How To Guard, Maintain, and Replenish Your Energy w/ Kim Bao

    If you find that you’re dragging yourself through the day with absolutely zero energy, you’re not alone. An alarming amount of people have a severe lack of energy - and I used to be one of them. Can you believe that I actually used to fall asleep in school? Like, head in textbook, passed out?

    • 24 min
    016: How To Build A Stronger You By Working Through Your Trauma w/ Kim Bao

    016: How To Build A Stronger You By Working Through Your Trauma w/ Kim Bao

    It was seeing my therapist once a week for an entire year that made me realize that trauma and traumatic experiences are more common than I thought. Trauma to Triumph is about showcasing inspiring people who have gone through something incredibly traumatic but have come out on top. Today is another solo episode with me, Kim Bao, to talk about what living and dealing with unacknowledged trauma is.

    • 22 min

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