#150 All in the Family Healing with Maegan, Bobby, and Andrea Arlington. Maegan & Bobby ARE BACK with a new episode and long-awaited return from their hiatus with guest Andrea Arlington, mother to Alexis Neiers from the E! hit reality show Pretty Wild. Andrea is a Certified ICF (International Coach Federation), Life Coach specializing in Family recovery and relationships, Certified BALM Family Recovery Coach, and Certified Transactional Analysis Practitioner. She is also a Certified ASR (Androgynous Symantec Realignment) Educator specializing in complementary communication techniques for enhancing intimacy in relationships, a non-denominational Minister, Grandmother, and founder of Families United for Recovery.
Andrea, Maegan, & Bobby talk about the differences between compassion and enabling, how they each experienced healing in their families, what conditions needed to be present in order for change to happen, Brené Brown, and lots more! Find out more about Andrea's work by visiting https://familiesunitedforrecovery.com.Follow Andrea on IG @andreaarlington.
Next week, Maegan & Bobby get back to basics and share what has been going on in each of their lives and reasons for the hiatus. WELCOME BACK EVERYBODY! Tune in next week for more.
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