#109 Thrive in Recovery Your Way with Amy Guerrero! Amy shares her zealous mission to heal her trauma by the time she turned 40, which lead her to using unhealthy coping skills to manage the discomfort. She shares how her fear of abandonment manifested in her life plus how she struggled with adapting to conventional recovery approaches eventually devising her own that focused on Amy as a whole person, not just an alcoholic/addict. Follow Amy on IG @thriveinrecoverywithamy and visit her website now to learn more about her recovery life coaching services here: https://amyguerrero.com/. Amy is offering a group consultation call for anyone who listened to this episode and is interested in her 6-month individualized recovery life coaching program now! Join in here: http://amyguerrerocall.replynow.ontraport.net/.
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