an interview with JEWELS

The Warriors Unmasked Show

What happens when a coping mechanism starts causing more damage than help? For many addicts, this is the exact struggle they deal with every day. Our guest today is someone who has not only struggled with addiction but came out on the other side with a fresh start and a powerful outlook on life.

Join us as we talk with recovering alcoholic, author, and competitive national bodybuilder, Jewels A. Jewels tells her heroic journey of enduring trauma and abuse at a young age to finding comfort at the bottom of a bottle. You’ll hear how even when she pulled herself into what could be considered a successful adult life the hold of alcoholism continued to cause some major damage. 

Listen in as Jewels talks about the day she decided to quit for good and how she began her process of recovery and ultimately a brand new life. We talk about the source that keeps Jewels grounded, her go-to morning practices to stay on top, and the advice she has to remind herself of all the time. Your recovery comes one step at a time, and if Jewels’ story is anything to go by then there is a rich life waiting for you on the other side. 

To connect more with Jewels or for more resources, check out the links below!

More Of What’s Inside:

  • Growing up with a traumatic childhood
  • Losing the connection to her mother at an early age
  • Coping with the disease of alcoholism 
  • Why Jewels never took a sip of alcohol again
  • Staying connected to the source that grounds you
  • How you can start your day right 
  • Gaining perspective on bad and good times
  • Learning to forgive yourself and others
  • Bodybuilding at 40 years old
  • Why you may need to stay away from boredom
  • And much more!

About The Warriors Unmasked Podcast

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Warriors Unmasked is a show that will take a deep dive into the life journeys of athletes, both professional and amateur, coaches, military personnel as well as first responders and the people next door. You will hear many stories of tremendous courage and perseverance. Some of these stories will also have an element of dealing with mental illness while overcoming the odds. Your hosts and mental health advocates, Clint Malarchuk and Chuck Thuss, will incorporate their own personal journeys/ experiences as they speak to their guests on a very intimate level.

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