Break Unhealthy Attachments to Shine with Tess Hayes

What are you struggling with, and what are you doing to step away from it? Why are you allowing it to destroy who you are and are meant to become? Sometimes issues like alcoholism are caused by other deep-rooted issues that you have to solve first.


My guest on this episode of the Courageous Worth Podcast is author and kindness advocate, Tess Hayes. She uses her passion for writing to serve others and strives to be a catalyst for connection, love, and compassion.


She narrates her struggles with alcoholism and how she overcame that by being courageous to step away. Listen in to learn the importance of being gentle with every aspect of yourself to achieve self-love.


Main Topics Discussed:

  • Listen to your voice to gain courage to break free from nonbeneficial things in your life.

  • The moment when Tess decided to become sober and to nourish her soul.

  • The importance of surrounding yourself with like-minded and supportive people to help you stay sober.

  • How to let your true self shine and enjoy life at a higher level by letting go of things pulling you down.

  • 5 steps to take to find healing with your alcoholism or other problems.

  • Learn to be gentle with everything that you are to love yourself more.

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