Real and raw stories told by the humans who experienced them.
A candid conversation with Justin about his struggles with addiction, homelessness, how and why he got sober and how he's doing now.
Her mother died by suicide, and Jenn was the one who found her. She tells us her story, the trauma she endured, how she got back on her feet and even gives us some advice on how to handle some tough stuff.
Denise witnessed a horrific car accident on the highway on her way home from vacation with her family. She didn't think, she just reacted. She tried to save a young boy but sadly he passed away right there in front of her.
In this episode Denise tells me this story, how it made her feel and how it changed her life.
After years of pain and symptoms Joanna was finally diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, an extremely rare auto-immune disorder. In this episode she tells me about her journey to find a diagnosis, dealing with the disease, finding treatment and how she's managing now...
Sarah's big sister Alissa went missing in 2001. Her own father is the main suspect in Alissa's disappearance. In this episode Sarah tells us what it was like growing up with her father, when she realized he was the likely culprit for her sisters disappearance (and probable death) and how she is fighting back, and fighting for justice for Alissa.
Check out Sarah's own podcast about her sister Alissa: https://www.voicesforjusticepodcast.com/
Maria lost her son to parental alienation. (Parental alienation is a process through which a child becomes estranged from a parent as the result of the psychological manipulation of another parent.)
Her story is heartbreaking, but how she came out of it and her outlook now is amazing.
We all have something that’s hard to talk about. This podcast helps to reduce the stigma and create a safe and open forum for us to actually talk about it!
Glad to know this group!
Captivating and emotional
This is a huge step in a so needed right direction!
The ability to speak about what is hardest to speak about..... To open up and feel it’s simply ok to do so, and that your life experience just may tough someone else and help them......
Well done yet again Lauren!!!!!
Someone is listening
It’s hard to talk about trauma, but burying it can have long lasting and terrible consequences. Here Lauren provides survivors of trauma with an outlet to anonymously (if desired) put it out there for people who may need to hear any one of these stories to not feel so alone. To maybe even learn a new way to cope with their own trauma or help a loved one with theirs. Lauren provides a safe space to speak and to listen.