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The Adverse Effect

Feb 14, 2019

The Conversation: In this episode, Corrie LoGiudice shares how she learned to process and move through some of the darkest moments in her life including an abusive marriage, miscarriage, divorce, and being a survivor of a loved one that committed suicide. Corrie then shared the basic practices that helped her get to the other side of pain and how getting to the other side helped her become a coach for others.

It is a story of inner strength, perseverance, and hard-earned wisdom

 Here's what Corrie shared in her conversation with Ken:

  • How to break abusive patterns in relationships
  • Why being authentic is essential to communication 
  • The importance of processing your emotions
  • The simple practice that helped Corrie move through loss from suicide
  • How to reach the other side of adversity


The Homework:Take some time today to do these three simple things:

  1. Identify one behavior in your life that you would like to stop.
  2. Identify at least three things that you are grateful for today
  3. Identify at least one obstacle that you would like to overcome


About Our Guest: Corrie LoGiudice is a life/business coach, workshop leader, speaker, and Reiki practitioner who left managing her family business after she discovered the power of fully process your emotions. 






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