Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Jayda Jay, originally aired September 1st/15
This interview is for anyone struggling who believes the life they’re living now is unchangeable. I’m living proof there is a solution to the disease of addiction. It’s up to you to choose to hear me and take your own path to recovery, it can be done.
My yesterday and my today, I am now really living and not avoiding life
8 months ago I checked myself into a detox facility where I embarked on this life long recovery journey. I was literally empty. Bankrupt in every sense of the word, in every form imaginable. Physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually & most definitely financially. Today, I am a changed person. I live a life of freedom. I don’t have to depend on a substance just to be able to get out of bed. I take care of my body, mind, my soul and spirit. My life is rich with family, friends and a support network of people who I can always trust. I am beyond grateful to be given such an amazing opportunity to live the life I was truly always meant to live. 1 out of 10 people suffers from the disease of addiction. 10% of the population. Sadly, very few take the opportunity to receive help yet it is available to us all so freely. Especially in British Columbia. Many think it’s impossible. Through education, rehabilitation, therapy & an abstinence-based recovery program I received the help I needed.
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Jayda Jay gives love advice. Originally igniting her radio and media personality flame in a BC Broadcasting College, she embarked on her personal journey of life lessons, purposeful experiences, and career path success. Her creativity, passionate flair and on-air radio abilities were encouraged in the curriculum where she developed her producing, writing, and voice skills. Thriving behind a microphone in a studio setting, Jayda was asked to co-host a Sex and Relationship Talk Show at CJSF 90.1 FM. She felt passionate, driven and intrigued discussing love topics live on-air. Jayda specialized in asking and answering listener’s taboo questions. She adored advising couples as well as singles from her perspective while researching topics and sharing her knowledge. This was the beginning of her passion-driven career path and destiny. She ultimately stumbled upon her life’s true purpose.
Too many never make it out alive. #SufferingIsOptional #Recovery #SelfLove
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Detox centers in BC Canada 1866-658 1221. Be persistent if you want recovery, if this is what you really want to recover then keep ASKING, they want to help those who are ready for help.