In this week's episode of It Didn't Break Me, my guest is anonymous. In this podcast, I wanted to create an environment where my guests are able to freely tell their stories and if they choose to remain anonymous, I respect and honor their decision. When we seek mental health counselors, psychiatrists, therapists, etc. we expect them to have all of the answers. But what happens when they feel in crisis themselves?
I invite you to join our conversation as my anonymous guest and I discuss:
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