TV – Addiction: Love Them or Leave Them – Sandee Byrd
Addiction: love them or leave them. This is a complexity of emotions. When do you say enough is an enough? When is the right time to let go? I am not just talking about a person that has an addiction in your life, but I am also talking about the addiction itself. We all have something we can’t live without, why can’t we live without it? Is this an addiction? What are the emotions centered around why you can’t let it go? If it is a loved one that has an addiction, what steps do you take to help them without enabling them? When is the time to let go and walk away?
In this episode of Emotional Elevator, Sandee Byrd will be discussing the ways to let go of an addiction or someone who has an addiction.
~ More About Emotional Elevator with Sandee Byrd ~
Sandee Byrd is a trauma/addiction life and spiritual coach that teaches both women and men to dive deep into their emotions that keep them trapped in addictive behaviors and psychological trauma. Her techniques are breathwork and hypnosis to get to the deep-rooted feelings, thoughts, and beliefs. Sandee is also a leader in her community of laughter yoga. Sandee believes that once you elevate your emotions it is time to bring childlike behaviors back into your life. Sandee uses her life as an example for those around her. She inspires people that healing can be achieved at any age. She shows everyone through her own healing of psychological trauma and emotional addictions that joy, confidence, and freedom can be obtained. Sandee was stuck on the emotional elevator for 40+ years of her life and decided to elevate her emotions to the penthouse suite.
Sandee’s clients are taught to elevate their emotions through many different techniques. Sandee designs each program around the individual and what makes the client open to emotionally being available. Some of her techniques involve walking therapy, cooking therapy, and sporting therapy. Sandee’s approach to coaching is one size doesn’t fit all. Sandee believes we are all individuals with individual responses to trauma. Sandee believes our elevators are all on different floors, but we can all meet on the ground floor and work together to get to the penthouse.
To get more of Emotional Elevator – Sandee Byrd, be sure to visit the podcast page for replays of all her shows here: https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/podcast/emotional-elevator-with-sandee-byrd/