Grayspace Interviews

There’s the black end of the spectrum and there’s the white end of the spectrum in our lives. Black and white represents routine.


 More times than not life is a not lived in the black and white. It’s a combination of both—the gray. People are uncomfortable with gray. That represents the unknown. It can bring fear. It prevents us from taking that leap thinking they will fall and fail. The gray can be scary. Having living my personal life in the gray space, I’ve developed 14 bullet points to help others live in the gray.  The gray provides excitement, chance, and growth. It’s a gamble, but it allows us to really come into the person we want to be and achieve the things we have only dreamed of.

Join me as I interview individuals who share similar ideals of living their lives in the gray. 

This is Grayspace: The Podcast

 

Susie Q., The Survivor

Susie Q. is a survivor of domestic abuse. She walks us through her intense and heart wrenching past. Growing up in a mentally and physically abusive home until she was able to leave at 14 years old to Long Beach, CA. She developed a personality named “Susie Q.” to cope with her self-anger, self-hate, and depression. She meets the father of her children and tells us her past. Susie Q. lives her life through Grayspace by resetting the mind, having great friendships, learning her self worth, spreading the love, and knowing her worth. Susie Q. Is not a victim. She is a survivor and continues to live a life of happiness by doing what she loves and taking care of her two boys. You can find her at Road Dogs TV and her non profit organization.

Listener discretion is advised. Shelby believed she would not believe would live another day. The love of her life was the man of her dreams until he turned into her worst nightmare. Her story of domestic violence is one that will make your stomach turn. Through her willpower and strength to live she decides what’s best for her and her young son. Her story is about speaking out, and learning your self worth. She teaches us that time is our friend. She is ready to share her story. Voices Against Violence +18007997233 18007873224 (Spanish) https://www.thehotline.org/



Life is a revolving door. Jamie is sharing her story of the tragic unexpected loss of her husband. She was newly wed and now widowed at only 23. Her baby, only 1 at the time. Her life was turned upside down. She’s now here to tell her story.
Life is a revolving door. Jamie is sharing her story of the tragic unexpected loss of her husband. She was newly wed and now widowed at only 23. Her baby, only 1 at the time. Her life was turned upside down. She’s now here to tell her story.

 

From the tough streets of Long Island, New York, we have Mike who had always took it upon himself to take care of his family and now even more so now that both of his parents has passed. The pressure was a lot, and he got to the breaking point. Push comes to shove, and now he knew he needed to seek help. Here’s Mike’s story.

 

Rae walks us through her early childhood to the present. She struggles with self-image as common as the next person. She tells us about her journey and how she copes with it to this day. Her personality is contagious, and she's got a great view on life despite her past. Hear her story now.



Life in the sky! That sounds so luxurious and glamorous! Though things aren’t always what it seems. Follow me as I interview Parker, a flight attendant for one fo the world’s largest airlines. Life is always on the go for Parker and he remind us of the very important Grayspace bullet point of self care.

Domestic abuse relationships are difficult. It can be equally difficult if we are the the by standers watching our loved ones go through it. We simply think, “Why don’t they just leave?” Trish Lane is a narcissist abuse recovery coach who speaks on her personal experiences and now helps others going the same thing. She has been a mental health advocate for 20 years. She tells us why people simply can’t leave from the scientific perspective of what our brain goes through when we are psychologically trapped within the reaches of an abuser. Here's her story.

 


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