The Guerrera Who Chose to Break Away from Generational Traumas + Her Fight with Anorexia
!DISCLAIMER!This interview contains discussions on domestic violence, addiction, and eating disorders. Nothing in this episode is prescriptive. Please skip this episode if you don't feel like you're in the right headspace to consume such heavy topics. No hard feelings, your mental health always comes first. 🖤 --THE INTERVIEW--The Guerrera in today's episode is one of my closes friends who I recently reconnected with right before the pandemic happened. Cynthya came into my life right when I had initially reached out for help with my mental health and my eating disorders. Cynthya and I really connected because we have lots of shared life experiences from the domestic violence at home, to now being an adult that's navigating through an eating disorder. Cynthya talks to us about how she's chosen to break through the generational traumas, how she's doing with her battle with anorexia, and how her traumas have contributed to the way she parents her three year old. --For assistance with a possible eating disorder I would highly recommend you reach out to NEDA. They are the ones that helped me start my recovery:https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/help-support/contact-helplineIf you feel like you need help with a substance abuse addiction please click the link below. This link will provide you with a helpline number and a FAQ page with most common questions: https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helplineFor assistance with domestic violence please click the link below. The link will provide you with the option to chat or call the helpline:https://www.thehotline.org/Get involved with the podcast @fearlessfriendsclub on Instagram & TikTok. You can also follow the facebook page to keep yourself more involved!