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Take control of your recovery from trauma, compulsive behavior and/or addictions through intentional, disciplined, and intentional Actions. The Wanja on A.I.R. (Actions In Recovery) Podcast is hosted by Wanja, a certified speaker, professional trainer, and coach. Based on her own journey, Wanja shares real life experiences and practical action-based systematic ways to help you face your current reality honestly, the dangers of untreated trauma and the repeated cycles of addictions. Learn where the pain and need to escape is stemming from and build practical actionable ways to stop burying and start taking action. Stop picking up or nurturing multiple addictions to escape. You will learn how to navigate the 23 hours without a support system to build elite awareness habits, master habits, unstoppable disciplines, build healthy routines, love the routines you create and depend on to not just live but thrive in your recovery journey.

Wanja On AiR (Actions In Recovery) Podcast Wanja

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Take control of your recovery from trauma, compulsive behavior and/or addictions through intentional, disciplined, and intentional Actions. The Wanja on A.I.R. (Actions In Recovery) Podcast is hosted by Wanja, a certified speaker, professional trainer, and coach. Based on her own journey, Wanja shares real life experiences and practical action-based systematic ways to help you face your current reality honestly, the dangers of untreated trauma and the repeated cycles of addictions. Learn where the pain and need to escape is stemming from and build practical actionable ways to stop burying and start taking action. Stop picking up or nurturing multiple addictions to escape. You will learn how to navigate the 23 hours without a support system to build elite awareness habits, master habits, unstoppable disciplines, build healthy routines, love the routines you create and depend on to not just live but thrive in your recovery journey.

    Wanja’s journey to awareness in overcoming trauma and alcohol addiction

    Wanja’s journey to awareness in overcoming trauma and alcohol addiction

    Wanja learned that her need to escape was stemming from the pain of past events, long buried and disregarded. In her story, she processes facing the demons of her past, owning her truth, living in her current reality, and trusting the recovery process. Taking intentional actions helped her in navigating recovery from her physical addiction to alcohol, untreated trauma, beliefs, and behaviors. Alcohol was a symptom. In the process, she learned that she is never alone unless she chooses to. It is not weak or shameful to ask for help. It is the greatest form of courage.
    For more information, check out my website: www.wanjaonair.com 
    To join my Facebook group: Actions in Recovery (A.I.R.)
    To follow me on Instagram: @WanjaonAIR

    • 43 min
    Abstinence and sobriety are not enough when recovering from addictions

    Abstinence and sobriety are not enough when recovering from addictions

    This is an insight to Actions in Recovery (A.I.R.)’s vision and philosophy based on Wanja’s own journey to overcoming. How important actions are in recovering from trauma, behaviors, and addictions. Recovery is not limited to mind altering substances like alcohol or drugs. Those are simply the obvious ones. It is handling the recovery of the mind, body, and soul. Building awareness and taking intentional actions systematically and routinely sufficient for lasting organic change, no matter the circumstances yet to be faced. If you do not take control of your actions in your recovery, you get caught up in the spiral of erupting untreated traumas, compulsive behaviors, and multiple addictions.
    For more information, check out my website: www.wanjaonair.com
    To join my Facebook group: Actions in Recovery (A.I.R.)
    To follow me on Instagram: @WanjaonAIR

    • 38 min

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Vic SF. ,

Huge shift in perspective!

Wanja's exploration of what "recovery" is and from her perspective on "addictions" has been such a change of perspective in navigating so many difficult areas of life. She talks about the process, the actions, the accountability that leads to true true healing. Really excellent content and completely digestible!

John Hollinger1 ,

Incredible

Wanja is very practical and knows what habits and systems to implement in order to move towards success in recovery. Shes an inspiration for those who are wanting to take Actions In Recovery (A.I.R.) in order to turn away from the dark past and live the life that God created you to live. You got this!