Nowhere To Go But Up

Nowhere To Go But Up

This podcast was inspired by my own journey, and evolution through life, and wanting to share my story as well as stories from regular every day people. I'm a single dad, Union blue collar guy, former drug addict, spent time in Federal and State prison for drug trafficking and fraud. I was released in 2006 with nothing but the clothes on my back, and a bag of mail, and legal paperwork. In 2010 I finally kicked a long time methamphetamine habit, and started the long climb back up the ladder of life. I'm happy to say in 2019 I have managed to navigate myself into a position where i feel confident in sharing my struggles and successes, in the hopes of helping others. Email: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Podcast Page: YouTube Channel: Linktree: Show More
May 3, 2020 53 min

In this episode former Hollywood actress Amanda Gist talks to me about how she went from that life to being suicidal, depressed with a eating disorder. To being a writer, speaker, coach, and an advocate for mental health awareness.

Here is where you can find Amanda:

Instagram & Twitter: @amandagist   Facebook:   YouTube:   Website:   Free resources:   Online support meetings every Sunday:   LifeMastery Foundation Mental Health Summit I'm speaking at if episode happens to go up by 5/6:      



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