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Are you ready to be known and loved? Is it time to move from mere survival of childhood trauma into a thriving life? Beyond Abuse Radio is a safe place to find healing and wholeness and embrace your own beauty. Overcoming trauma is not easy, but it is absolutely possible, and you don’t have to do it alone! I invite you to join me each week to learn about tools for healing and receive the resources and encouragement you need on your journey into wholeness. Over 1,000 people are being inspired weekly to live empowered lives as they transform their trauma into beauty.

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Addiction costs over 500,000 annually. The cost to families and individuals is incalculable. Why are we, as individuals and as a society, willing to pay this kind of price to continue in the addictive patterns that flourish in our... more

Addictions are not just about chemicals and alcohol. You can be addicted to just about anything. Food addiction is a tough one to beat. It's not like you can just stop eating! Comfort food is flagrantly flashed in front of you in about 50% of... more

Who doesn't want more joy in their life? The fact is that low joy levels are the best indicator that someone is at high risk for an addictive lifestyle. The higher your level of joy is, the less vulnerable you are to getting caught up in the addictive... more

Relationships are the stuff of our deepest pain and joy. They can leave gaping holes that cause great vulnerability to addiction, and they are also a large part of healing addictions. Ed Khouri shares a fascinating piece of research that links... more

( Rescheduled from 9-25-14) Addiction changes the brain. Getting free from addiction is a challenging process because it requires breaking deeply ingrained patterns of the brain and creating new ways of thinking, acting, and relating. Ed... more

Addiction often is found alongside stories of abuse. Addicts more easily become abusers and the abused often lean into various forms of addiction in the attempt to help manage their pain. Many people have found help in the many... more
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