116 episodes

Have you been through an affair, or struggle with healing a shattered or disconnected relationship?

Each week we will share our 3 different perspectives on topics dealing with relationships, recovery, betrayal & addiction leaving you with HOPE for change no matter your circumstance.

The Betrayed, The Addicted, The Expert Ashlynn Mitchell

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    • 4.8, 502 Ratings

Have you been through an affair, or struggle with healing a shattered or disconnected relationship?

Each week we will share our 3 different perspectives on topics dealing with relationships, recovery, betrayal & addiction leaving you with HOPE for change no matter your circumstance.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
502 Ratings

502 Ratings

SwatDub ,

Worth subscribing.

Unfiltered views from three perspectives in the addiction world. Thought provoking insight which has allowed me to become more open minded and honest about my addiction and true character flaws. I am grateful for their commitment to providing solid opinions on what has worked for them and, you can feel when a story has experience behind it.

The only thing I want is edit the sound. The sound level of their voices varies a lot during the podcast so I find it difficult to hear unless I am in a quiet environment. Head phones almost make it worse for me. This hasn’t stopped me from listening to 50% of their content in the last month.

sb101416 ,

What about abuse?

Hi, I’ve really appreciated your podcast. It does give hope, and Ashlynn, you’re a brave, strong woman. I too have been repeatedly betrayed by my husband, but I take issue with the rush to label all serial cheaters as sex addicts. As a wife trying to make sense of my shattered life, this line of thinking was always confusing to me—it never “fit” my husband but was the explanation most often offered to women like me. After seven years of confusion and despair, I learned about abuse (not just gaslighting...) and suddenly I had an explanation that fit my situation. Being able to name my husband’s behavior for what it was—abuse, not addiction—set me free, and I’m in the process of finally leaving our marriage. To any women out there for whom the sex addiction explanation feels contrived: please take the time to talk with a therapist who is educated about abuse and can help you understand the subtleties of psychological and emotional manipulation. Ashlynn, stay strong and keep speaking up—thank you for sharing your story.

LBaileyD ,

Rising Strong

Thank you for continuing this podcast! I’ve been listening since you began. You have walked me through the woods and guided me through some of life’s extremely difficult and dark places. You have given light to my soul. I ALWAYS find truth and wisdom that have answered so many questions. You continually confirm, guide, validate, offer a different perspective, enlighten, and bring immense comfort to this complex subject of addiction and betrayal. You have given me a voice I couldn’t find because unless you walk as the Betrayed, (or the Addicted)it is difficult to understand the complexities of the Addicted and the Betrayed’s unique challenges. Thank you for taking the time each week to share your stories and insights. Along with my therapist, you three have been hands down, the greatest forces of good to support me in taking my life to the higher level that it was meant to be lived! Thank you!

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