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Peace With Pain

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Peace with Pain is an inspiring new podcast that shares stories of real people finding peace with their pain. Hear stories of resilient individuals overcoming trauma, loss, illness and more.

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Peace with Pain is an inspiring new podcast that shares stories of real people finding peace with their pain. Hear stories of resilient individuals overcoming trauma, loss, illness and more.

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Peace With Pain

Latest release on Oct 16, 2020

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Rank #1: "Why didn't you tell me how much it sucks?"

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Trigger Warning: Postpartum depression and suicidal thoughts.
Heather gave birth to her son just under two years ago. Before Heather became a mom she had no idea the struggles that she would face with the drastic changes that come with parenting. Unfortunately, Heather developed severe postpartum depression and at one point became suicidal. In this episode Heather explains how deep her depression went and how she overcame it. Today she is the host of her own podcast "Overcoming Together" and she opens up with others about the struggles of post partum depression and shares helpful mental health tips.  You can find her show on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Stitcher and Google podcast! 

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Oct 16 2020

52mins

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Rank #2: "I grieve you pasta."

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Trigger warning: Eating Disorders




Satina, grew up placing heavy standards on herself for her looks and weight. For Satina, being perfect meant that she was good enough. Satina developed an eating disorder very young and carried it through her adult life. Satina has found a way to begin her healing through the love that she feels from her husband and now for herself. Today Satina helps others as a therapist at her practice: Activate Counseling.  If you are interested in Satina's counseling services please contact her at activatecounselingservices@gmail.com

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Oct 09 2020

1hr 6mins

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Rank #3: "You can just show up and that makes the biggest difference."

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Trigger Warning: Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Self harm/Suicide, Substance Use, Sexual Assault, Kidnapping and Loss


Emma has faced domestic violence, multiple sexual assaults, the loss of her father and was even kidnapped at one point. This resilient and inspiring human once dealt with her low self esteem by using substances, self harm and a poor relationship with food and with others. Today Emma is in a doctoral program and is a trauma specialist. She has a healthy relationship with her significant other and is helping others move through their journey.  Prepare to be blown away at how far she has come and her insightful words. Thank you Emma!

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Oct 02 2020

1hr 43mins

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Rank #4: “The world will not end if I crap my pants on this plane.”

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Sarah Segesdy, was constantly being told that she was anxious and that her Lyme Disease and Endometriosis symptoms were "all in her head."  Hear Sarah's story of finally being heard by medical professionals and getting the help that she needed to heal her body. Unfortunately, Sarah's struggles contributed to the development of an eating disorder. Today she has found a healthier relationship with food and she shares her insights with others through her health and running coach business. You can contact her through her Instagram page @SarahSegesdy.   #Endometriosis #lymedisease #eatingdisorderrecovery 

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Sep 11 2020

1hr 7mins

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Rank #5: "I wanna finish the race strong."

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 Jodie never let her Cerebral Palsy stand in the way of her fulfilling the life she wanted to live. Early on Jodie began a pattern of not listening to the "naysayers" and instead turned to her faith. Jodie graduated college, worked full time helping others, lived independently and raised two children.  4 years ago Jodie unexpectedly lost her husband. While she is still managing some grief that comes with such a big loss she continues to strive to find joy and help others. 

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Sep 04 2020

1hr 14mins

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Rank #6: "You can be your own mom"

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Kendra, grew up a little faster than most after losing her Dad at the age of 8. Kendra was also home schooled and began college at 16. In this episode Kendra honestly shares her struggles with boundaries family, grief and what it is like being a nurse during covid.

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Aug 28 2020

1hr 46mins

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Rank #7: "Do I need socks in Florida?"

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Meagan, lived an isolated life while she was actively addicted to alcohol and benzodiazepines. Meagan finally decided after 20 years that it was enough. Today she helps others who suffer from addiction and uses her experiences to help them succeed in their own recovery.

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Jul 31 2020

56mins

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Rank #8: "I would have never opened that door."

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Elizabeth's mother tragically lost her life in 2018 after she went missing in the smoky mountains. In this Episode Elizabeth shares about her grieving process as well as what it is like to be a youtuber and wedding photographer during the coronavirus pandemic. For those who are looking to connect with others who understand grief here is a link to online grief groups verywellmind.com/best-online-grief-support-groups-4842333

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Jul 24 2020

55mins

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Rank #9: "That's life in there though" **Explicit content**

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Erik spent 13 years of his life in prison, 3 of which were in solitary confinement. In this episode Erik shares some of the atrocities he and his prisonmates experienced and how he has been able to adapt to life outside of prison. Anyone interested in helping those adapt to life outside of prison here is a resource I recently found: https://www.voa.org/correctional-re-entry-services

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Jul 17 2020

48mins

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Rank #10: "We have a special kind of magic"

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Robin suffers from Cystic Fibrosis. A serious, chronic lung disease. Hear Robin share how she struggled with accepting her need for treatment when she was younger and how she copes today. Here is a link to the CF foundation for more information and a link to a petition to get important healthcare resources for CF patients to Canada. https://www.cff.org/ Petition Save the lives of individuals with Cystic Fibrosis in Canada and fund the drugs that work! Change.org https://www.change.org/p/health-canada-save-the-lives-of-individuals-with-cystic-fibrosis-in-canada-and-fund-the-drugs-that-work-562d0b1f-1194-4e8e-9f82-d17ce38fae39

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Jul 10 2020

1hr 2mins

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