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Mom Struggling Well

Don't stop at 'struggle.' Love your actual life so you don't run away from home. Perfection is nonsense and peace is a perspective shift away!
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May 13, 2019

What are the signs YOU show when you need a mental health break? Do you think you could benefit from counseling but need some real-life details about it? We get deep about our own experiences with counseling and mental health issues but we also share some fun facts about some pretty outrageous arrests lately. Balance, right? From Justin Bieber to the Judds, we cover quite a lot in this episode.

WHAT WE CHAT ABOUT:

  • how Justin Bieber inspired our mental health topic

  • mental health arrest stories

  • how we know when it’s time to work on our mental health

  • how we’ve been struggling well since April’s episode

  • how the Struggs in our community have been struggling well by changing their perspectives

  • we try pancake and maple flavored Peeps in our new segment that we need your help naming

  • why body scrubber ads are killing Katie softly and a potential tattoo is giving Emily life

LINKS MENTIONED:

Re:generation
Celebrate Recovery
Boie Body Scrubber

CONNECT WITH KATIE:

instagram

CONNECT WITH EMILY:

website | instagram | facebook | patreon

EPISODE SPONSORS:

BioClarity: save 40% on your skincare routine + get 15% off any product when you use promo code SWP
Care Of: get 30% off your first order with promo code SWP30

SUPPORT THE SHOW:

Patreon | Amazon

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