Apr 15
  • Written By Ashley Jo Brewer

  • #93 – After the Episode

    93 - After the Episode

    After the Episode | Ashley Jo

    Join Ashley, Christiana, and Ashley Jo for this After the Episode where they review Ashley Jo Brewer’s episode from this week. They’ll cover everything from the paternity scandal she walked through to how to communicate with someone who has experienced a great loss. 

    Toward the end of this episode, Ashley Jo gives some great insight into what has been helpful (and what has not) when discussing the loss of her 10-month old son, Cornelius. The ladies also unpack why it’s so difficult to discuss certain topics in society, and Ashley helps give special insight on how we  can start changing the conversation. There is so much to cover in this After the Episode. Let’s do this! 

    Episode Reviewed

    • S3 E92 – Ashley Jo Brewer: When a Christian Girl’s World Comes Crashing Down Amidst Addiction, Grief, Loss, and a Gut-Wrenching Scandal

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    Ashley Jo Brewer

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    Ashley Jo is one of the producers of The Courage to Change: A Recovery Podcast team. With over a decade of experience working with C-level executives and directing corporate training events, she brings extensive production experience to Lionrock. In early 2020, she made a significant career change and stepped into the realm of podcasting.

    Her recovery experience includes substance abuse, codependency, grief and loss, and sexual assault and trauma. Ashley Jo enjoys supporting others in recovery by connecting with people and being a leader. She shared her story in Season 3, Episode 92 of The Courage to Change.