Finding Hope with Psychological Theorist, Vito Mucci Episode 61, May 23, 2017
This week on Real Men Feel, Andy Grant and Appio Hunter are joined by author and co-host of Divine Union TV, Vito Mucci, to talk about finding hope. This isn’t airy-fairy stuff. Vito is all about science and psychology for everybody as he shares lessons learned from spending eight years at rock bottom.
Andy shares how triggered he was when first coming across Vito on Facebook. Vito then describes what being a psychological theorist means to him. The bulk of the show is about Vito’s eight years of being at rock bottom and attempting to use alcohol to control his emotions.
“Life is pretty adept at beating us down.” ~Vito Mucci
Vito believes alcohol did indeed save his life. He longed for some way to feel safe and alcohol was that safety for a long time. Drinking gave him a sense of control over his emotions.
The beginning of hope comes from not denying our emotions, but in allowing them.
Validate and celebrate all your little successes, those are the embers of hope.
Check out Vito’s book Coffee for Consciousness.
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