support groups + speaking
life is to be lived in community.
it is not meant to be lived alone.
"two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. if one person falls, the other can reach out and help. but one person who falls alone is in real trouble...two stand back-to-back and conquer. three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken."
i know what it's like to live life alone. i isolated myself at the peaks of my battles with addiction+illness. those periods of my life didn't produce worthiness, honesty or wholeness. in fact, they produced more negative judgments, more illness and stronger addiction. God didn't make us to live that way, and never intended for us to suffer alone. i will say though, without those lessons, i never would have learned to tell my story. i wouldn't have learned to be vulnerable, or how to throw my pride in the backseat and pour my heart out. i speak my truth, and if it's a truth that you would like have shared at your next event, please contact me! i live to share my experience in the hopes of inspiring at least one person to overcome and tell their story. if i can be one vessel of strength and hope to another human, then i've fulfilled my purpose and my dream. if you have an idea where i may be of service to those in recovery, please don't hesitate to reach out!
i am also working to host free support groups throughout the Seattle area. if you're interested in getting plugged in, contact me below! i'd love for you join and grow with us.