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111 - Paulo Grayson

“My parents did the best with what they had.” Paulo Grayson joins us from No Matter What Recovery in Los Angeles to talk about getting clean twice after ending up on his deathbed twice. He talks about growing up gay in the 80’s, denying the trauma of that experience, and creating a safe place for all people to come and get clean without judgement. He talks about fear and shame and breaking free of societal norms. Enjoy.


The Illuminate Recovery Podcast is about #MentalHealth, #MentalIllness, and #AddictionRecovery. Shining light on ways to cope, manage, and inspire. Beyond the self care we discuss, you may need the help of a licensed professional. Curt Neider and Shelley Mangum are a part of Illuminate Billing Advocates (illuminatebilling.com). They are committed to helping better the industry and adding value to the lives of listeners by sharing tools, insights, and success stories of those who are working on their mental health. #illuminaterecoverypodcast














https://anchor.fm/illuminaterecoverypodcast/episodes/111---Paulo-Grayson-e1d66mj


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