Humans are not meant to be alone all the time. After completing her eating disorder program, Carra didn't know what was next for her. The episode focuses on the importance of having a community and people who are genuinely there to help you grow. Hear how Carra has learned to ask for help, built her community, and learned to grow as a new entrepreneur.
Join us on an inspiring journey with host, Carra Yoder, a survivor of an eating disorder and suicide ideation that found solace and healing in exploring the beauty of the great outdoors. This 12-episode podcast will follow her journey of self-discovery, learning, and growth. You'll learn from her experiences as she talks to the people who have helped her along the way, from friends and family to nature itself. This podcast is part of her healing journey, and it will surely inspire yours.
United States Call: 988
988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Hours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.
Host: Carra Yoder
Guest: Tami Rae
Guest: Wade Thoren
Guest: Leslie Levito
Intro Research: Carra Yoder
Thank you to everyone who donated and made this podcast dream a reality! I wouldn’t have been able to do it without all of you! -- Carra Yoder
Victoria Y Martinez
Dr. April Rogers, Hollywood Mobile Vet
Velvet de Obaldia
Gregory M Fields
Christina De Leon
Hair 9 Hair Design
Sue and Rick Yoder
Join Carra on hikes around the LA area every weekend.
The Journey Podcast is brought to you by Dr. April’s Hollwood Mobile Vet, Craft 9 Hair Design & a list of community backers, which you will see in the show notes. This podcast is produced and edited by mejia.tv and can be found on all major podcast platforms. You can support this podcast by liking this episode and subscribing to it. You can also support me by rating this podcast and following me on social media @thejourneypodcastcy. For more information on this episode, visit, www.thejourneypodcastcy.com