Posts Tagged Recovery

CNM 053: How Jackie Transformed Her Communication & Became A Recovery Coach – with Jackie Stein

Hello and welcome to Episode 53! Today we’re wrapping up our mini-series that’s been all about The BALM Philosophy, which stands for “Be A Loving Mirror”. The BALM was designed to help people struggling in relationships with substance abusers (and […]

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CNM 051: Practical Strategies for Communicating with Difficult People – with Beverly Buncher

Hey everybody, welcome back to the show! We’re in the middle of a mini-series with Beverly Buncher, author of the book BALM: The Loving Path to Family Recovery, and in this episode we’re going deep into strategies and tactics for […]

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CNM 050: The Loving Path To Family Recovery – with Beverly Buncher

Welcome to episode 50! In this episode we have an incredible guest on the show – someone I met earlier this year. I’m especially excited about this guest because she has answers to the most frequently asked questions that I […]

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CNM 049: How Mary Battled Codependency And Won – with Mary

In this episode I interview a podcast listener who wanted to share her personal story of recovery – and what a story it is! Throughout this interview, you’ll learn how Mary stayed the course even though it was extremely difficult […]

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CNM 029: Husband & Wife Discuss New Life After Her Narc Ex – with Matt & Susan

Listen via Stitcher We’ve been talking a lot lately about narcissistic abuse here on the blog and podcast. Two of my last three episodes were focused on this topic, and today we have one more episode, but from a very […]

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CNM 020: Mine Your “Shame Core” – with Dr. Dean Robb

Listen via Stitcher Today we’re back for part 3 of a 4-part series with recovery coach Dr. Dean Robb of Next Stage Recovery. In our last episode with Dr. Robb, we talked about hitting a “new bottom”. Now we’re moving […]

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CNM 017: Next Stage Recovery Overview with Dr. Dean Robb

Listen via Stitcher Dr. Robb has been in recovery for over 30 years, having done an extensive amount of inner work to over come child trauma and the addiction it led to. He also went back to school to do […]

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