Ep. 239, Interview with Clients Amy and Emily
Wow! You are in for a very special treat this week as I invited my Alive AF! clients, Amy and Emily on the podcast to share their stories.
Amy and Emily are sisters-in-law, and they are married to twin brothers! They have known each other since elementary school and ended up marrying twins!
They share what was going on with their drinking before joining Alive AF! and where they are now, it's nothing short of amazing.
They also go deep into the complexities of motherhood and marriage and how they both started changing how they spoke to themselves.
They started with removing the shame when they over-drank, and you must listen to how this catapulted them to where they are now.
If you have a good friend or family member to share your journey with, it makes all the difference; invite them to work on it with you.
And come join Alive AF! [link] right now, do what they said, and DON'T WAIT!
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Thank you, Emily and Amy; you are official podcast stars!!!
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