Get Real With Robin!

Ep. 10 Hearing the right words at the right time can make all the difference in a life or death moment

Living our lives in the dark is a terrible place to be. Every one of us is unique and although our traumas and issues can be something someone else can relate to, it doesn't mean that they have all the answers or that they will completely understand what we are going through. We don't even have all the answers but sometimes the light reveals itself in a way we would never expect and it gives us that hope to try again and to work on ourselves in order to heal and live the best life possible for us.

Co-Host Amanda Webster

In October of 2018, Amanda stood on the ledge of a Canadian hotel room, ready to jump and end her life. She had been a victim of sexual assault at the age of 16, lost both of her parents in her very early 20's, and found herself spiraling down into the world of drugs and self-harm. She had sought help but wasn't able to get people to understand the pain she had been experiencing. As she stood upon that ledge with only the thought of easing her pain, a song began playing in the distance that woke her up from her daze and brought her down off that ledge, giving her hope to try once again.

Amanda took back her life and is now a Mind-Body Wellness coach with a specialty in Holistic Nutrition. She is also a fitness instructor and coach. She has worked with the It Gets Better project and volunteered as a suicide prevention operator for the Trevor Project.

To find out more about Amanda, visit her website

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