It's another "After the Episode" combo! In this episode, the ladies discuss Bless It Bag (Bella Baskin's charitably-driven company), childhood attachment and the issues that come from the lack thereof, and Christiana interviews Ashley about her and Dac's discussion in Episode 15.
#14.5 & 15.5: It's another "After the Episode" combo! In this episode, the ladies discuss Bless It Bag (Bella Baskin's charitably-driven company), childhood attachment and the issues that come from the lack thereof, and Christiana interviews Ashley about her and Dac's discussions in Episode 15. Tune in for a good laugh and to learn something new!
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3:05 - Being “therapied” by Ashley on accident
4:42 - Discussing Bella’s episode (Episode 14) and Bless It Bag
8:16 - Ashley tells an embarrassing story about Christiana (feel free to laugh)
11:50 - The ability to take an idea from concept to taking it to market and the effects of adoption
18:08 - Just because someone looks like they “have it all together” doesn’t mean they aren’t having a significant struggle
20:42 - Being “of service” in recovery and having that be part of your every day life
25:30 - Christiana interviews Ashley about her and Dac’s episode (Episode 15)
32:23 - Talking about supporting each other through recovery in different ways
40:15 - Shifting with changes that happen in life and recovery and “the business of life”
50:35 - Ashley gives advice to couples in recovery
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