A one-woman show that navigates sobriety, mental health, and facing the things we drank to forget about.
I'm Back and Answering Your Questions!
In this episode of After the Blackout, Rachel answers some listener-submitted questions regarding mental health, advice she'd give to her younger self, and navigating a recovery account.
Talking Trauma with Jennifer Storm
In the first podcast interview of After the Blackout, Rachel sits down with Jennifer Storm, an advocate for recovery, victim's rights, and trauma-informed healing.Show Notes:Visit Jennifer's work at jenniferstorm.com, where you can find her media...
Sobriety and Significant Others
In this episode of After the Blackout, Rachel discusses navigating sobriety with your significant other, takeaways from her own relationship, and how communication plays a vital role in making it a team effort.Music Provided by:Prod. Riddiman
My Mental Health Journey (So Far)
In this episode of After the Blackout, Rachel discusses how her relationship with her own mental health developed and key reminders for anyone who is feeling stuck.
Addressing Boredom in Recovery
In this episode of After the Blackout, Rachel discusses boredom in recovery, how she has worked to shift her mindset and perception of "fun," and how self care is a crucial component of this process. Show Notes:Article on Dopamine and Substance...
The People Pleasing Episode
In this episode, Rachel discusses the concept of people pleasing, how it can affect our well being, and how she has been shifting her mindset and habits towards becoming more authentic in relationships. Show...
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Helpful for anyone
This podcast is good to support anyone in your life, but it’s still hard-hitting even if you don’t struggle with addiction. The people-pleasing episode in particular is a super practical reflection on relationship dynamics.
Working through recovery, her podcast expresses exactly how I’m feeling. Love it
rachel gets it
this may be a podcast based on experience in recovery from alcohol addiction, but people in recovery from any type of addiction can benefit. beyond having personal experience with what she’s talking about, rachel is super articulate and also presents her topics in a way that’s accessible and warm, like talking with a trusted friend or mentor. don’t miss this podcast.