In season 3 episode 3 Roman and Cecily sit down with Suzanne, a marriage and family therapist and sober alcoholic. She discusses how she has handled heartbreak in sobriety and the struggle of processing sexual assault.
“I didn’t know that you could navigate life just pretending like it never happened. Well this rocked my world, completely rocked my world… and life has been really hard, right now. It’s been a really big struggle for me. Hard because as a mental health professional, I logically know these things, but I don’t think I should be feeling these things. Fifty percent of me says what happened was wrong and the other fifty percent of me says you were drunk of course that happened to you.” -Suzanne
“Well, that’s a struggle that a lot of women in Alcoholics Anonymous go through.” -Cecily
Suzanne recommends the book The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk. Buy it now in the links below:
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