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043: Recovery, Labeling Ourselves and Telling Our Stories

By September 11, 2018February 2nd, 20232 Comments

Woman doing cocaine, drugs, addiction, recovery

Before I started Mind love, i couldn’t have predicted the amount of healing I would find through sharing my story.

On one hand people might say, well that seems painful why would you want to dig that up, but on the other, it frees up space.

Our guest today specializes in helping you unpack your shit to get it on paper and the moment I heard her story I knew I wanted her on the show.

Her name is Anna David. She’s a New York Times bestselling author and her life reflects that of someone with a story to tell.

She’s gone through some really low lows, that I can relate to, but she’s managed to find creative outlets of self expression to pull herself out of that, whether it’s writing, speaking or podcasting and now she helps other people access their dark so they can find their light—through writing, storytelling, podcasting or whatever public means of self expression you find most appealing.

Today we will learn:

  1. Tips to living with addiction triggers
  2. How embracing labels could actually be empowering
  3. How to detox your social circle

Learn More About Anna David

Anna David - author, entrepreneur

Anna David

Author and Entrepreneur

Anna David is the New York Times and #1 Amazon bestselling author of seven books about addiction, recovery and relationships. She’s been published in The New York Times, Time, The LA Times, Playboy, Vice, Cosmo, People, Marie Claire, Redbook, Women’s Health, and The Huffington Post, among many others, written about in numerous publications, including Forbes, Martha Stewart Living, Entrepreneur, Allure and Women’s Health and has appeared repeatedly on The Today Show, Hannity, Attack of the Show, Dr. Drew, Red Eye, The Talk, The CBS Morning Show, The Insider and numerous other programs on Fox News, NBC, CBS, MTV, VH1 and E. She speaks at colleges across the country about relationships, addiction and recovery and has been a featured speaker at three different TedX events.

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