Hosted by mental health advocate and former reality television star Alexis Haines, Recovering from Reality illuminates the messy and magical path of coming home to yourself. Whether you’re on the road to recovery, seeking self-care techniques for surviving the capitalist machine, or just need a moment to remember that you’re not alone in your loneliness, we’re serving up the ultimate truth: your trauma doesn’t define you - your decision to deal with it does. Razor sharp, modern, and culturally resonant, Alexis delivers intimate conversations and expert insights to empower you on the road to authentic wellness. Are you ready to recover from reality? Produced by Dear Media.
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I absolutely love Alexis! She’s so raw and honest and shares her life. It takes a lot to do that!! People say she’s everywhere but I appreciate the honesty from her. I love listening!!
I have only started listening recently but its amazing! I Honestly have a lot of mental health issues and sometimes even going to therapy doesn’t help, listening to this podcast makes me smile and your voice is so calming and helpful. Love ya’ll <33
I honestly love listening to this podcast because I’m obsessed with her voice. She could talk about anything and it’s so soothing lol. BUT I’ve been listening for years and in the last year she has just seemed incredibly unstable with all of these relationships that she claims are soul connections and then moved on the the next in a few months so quickly. Not sure what kind of crisis she is going through but I wish her to find clarity and to get grounded
The fake “wokeness” is on another level. Some of these episodes sound like she’s done too much ayahuasca and has become completely out of touch with reality.
Thank you, Alexis, for sharing your life and struggles. Your authenticity and truth helps us be brave. Your podcast and your words help me through my path of healing so much. You are an open book and share not only the beauty but the ugly parts of your life. Because of this.. I feel I’m not alone, I gain strength and courage because of your brave choice to share. I am reminded the only way to live as the best version of me is to walk straight through the storm. We’ve got this. Thank you, Alexi... more
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Recovering From Reality launched 3 years ago and published 150 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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