How to Stay Vulnerable After A Crisis with Emily Lynn Paulson
Updated: Mar 30
On today’s episode of After the Crisis, author, recovery coach, and sober influencer Emily Lynn Paulson shares her story of achieving freedom and authenticity after recovery from alcohol addiction and an eating disorder. Join Victoria and Emily as they discuss “mommy wine culture,” coping with trauma, and the freedom of being vulnerable and authentic.
Emily Lynn Paulson is the author of Highlight Real: Finding Honesty & Recovery Beyond the Filtered Life. Emily is an entrepreneur, certified professional recovery coach, She Recovers Designated Coach, and a member of the long-term recovery community. Formally trained as a chemist and a teacher, she rose to success in the top tiers of a skincare company, where she gained her voice and a platform for sobriety and healing. Sober since January 2, 2017, her recovery path is focused on ruthless honesty, grace, and self love. She is passionate about connecting women with resources for recovery from trauma, eating disorders, and substance abuse, and believes that sharing our truth with each other is the best resource of all. Emily lives in Seattle with her husband and their five children.
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