Justin Sims sits down with Janine Stella, Allie Severino and Sam Rae ( behind the camera) and talks about divorce, and how the best kratom for energy helped her through lack of energy and focus. the excitement to Janine’s new life and crazy adventures as she finds herself again
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My name is Dani Lynn and my life truly changed on December 23, 2015 by the Grace of God and the Universe. I started using drugs and alcohol at a very young age and couldn’t point out a specific situation that happened that made me turn to drugs and alcohol as my escape from reality. I just wanted to feel comfortable in my own skin and I was unsure of how to do that. I had watched many people in my life use alcohol on a daily basis and some of my closest loved ones use drugs, so I thought that was a normal thing to do. I never would have thought that once I started, it would have become such a part of my life and that it would have become so difficult to stop.
I wasn’t sure what that meant for me, or if it was possible but I was willing to go to any length to find out. I sought out help from my family, who wanted nothing to do with me until they were sure I was ready to change. My family all pulled together for me and found a really hard rehab program that was 12 Step based, that I ended up staying in for just over a year. In that year I learned how to wake up at a regular time every day, eat breakfast, attend 12 Step meetings and groups that were all based around learning how to love myself so I could become a useful person to others, we did 4 hours of outside chores every weekend (which in Arizona’s summer, isn’t easy but I was reminded; “was I willing to go to ANY length to stay sober”), and I was.
I learned how to get a job and pay my own way. I learned how to get honest with myself and others, I learned how to build a belief system, values and morals that were true and aligned with love. To me, God meant Love. Everything I wanted in life was about love. I just wanted to feel love, but in order to feel love I had to give love to others and in order to do that, I had to love myself first. I started to love myself by doing the next right thing in every aspect of my life. I worked the 12 steps of AA and started to get an understanding of myself, who I was, who I wanted to be and what I wanted in life.