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Staying

Honest, Open & Willing

Our society is at an epidemic level regarding mental health issues and addiction. Alongside the opioid overdose crisis in our country, there's also a hidden epidemic of rising alcoholism that is quietly raging. Every year more people die of alcohol-related causes than from opioids and other drugs.

I've lost a dozen friends to drugs and alcohol in less than four years.

 

Surprisingly only one in ten people will successfully be treated for their addictions. 

I'm one of the lucky ones - I got help.

Unfortunately the resources available aren't acccessible for many. Still others don't seek treatment because of shame and stigma. In order for lives to improve and communities to benefit, recovery must be accessible, everywhere, to any person who needs it.

I choose to recover publicly to help the sick and suffering stop hiding in shame.

 

I recover openly to show others there is help - there is hope.

 

I RECOVER LOUDLY so others don't die quietly.

Karen Rubinstein

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Karen brings life experience and personal transformation to all speaking engagements.

 

Her experience of personal setbacks and achievements paired with her connection with her inner core and our human sameness of the soul, enables her to connect so deeply with her audiences and create inspiring transformational talks.

She has conquered the personal challenges - PTSD, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, sleep disorders and alcoholism - giving her a unique perspective on how to overcome various obstacles.

Her personal journey involves a complete mental, emotional, physical and spiritual transformation. Having gone "from hell and back several times" and finding herself.

Karen helps others find their inner strength and life purpose.

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