The Awakening The Warrior’s Podcast is a safe space for women interested in pursuing their past and pursues, breaking free from the pain, trauma, and cycles of the past in pursuit of all things authentic. It’s a place for women to listen to and be inspired by other women and to become empowered by their experiences through storytelling.
In this episode, Jeannie courageously recalls life-altering decisions that led to separations, divorce, dating after divorce, death, loss, learning to be content, and taking time to heal. Jeannie shared the time she received devasting news from her doctor that resulted in her shopping for a burial plot and picking out an infant coffin after. Her road to healing has been long-fought and ongoing. She tells her story of survival, transformation, and motherhood in an effort to encourage women to be ok with leaving, asking for help, and take time to heal.
Our friend and special guest, Jeannie Kidwell joined us to share her story of self-discovery and learning to make herself a priority along her healing journey. Take a listen as Jeannie boldly and courageously tells her story in two parts, as our special guest on the Awakening The Warriors Podcast. We love her transparency and thought-provoking delivery of the lessons she's learned from growing up in a strict but supportive Christian household, life after three divorces, infidelity, and learning when to walk away. Jeannie shares that she had to make a decision that being in an unhealthy relationship for the sake of being in a relationship was not enough.
Grab some tissues and listen to Brenda as she courageously recalls a series of traumatic events that occurred in her adolescent and young adult years that led to an emotional breakdown. Listen as she shares her journey that eventually led to seeking help, healing, and a new season of passion, forgiveness, and love.
Jacinta is a life coach, mentor, Deacon, and a graduate student. She joined us in the studio to share her experiences as a teenage mother. Jacinta shared the importance of the power one person can make in another's life. Jacinta has completed her undergraduate degree, works full time, and is a current graduate student pursuing a Master of Counseling Degree.