#25 Breaking the generational cycle of alcoholism

Oliver Hojas shares his story of being the big brother, growing up in a home where his mom was an active alcoholic. Challenges at home resulted in a life lacking structure and security for the children. Sent off to boarding school by the state, Oliver discovered art. After leaving school to  build his life and independence, he starting working in Zurich, where he explored different jobs which ultimately led him on a healing journey.

This is a story of forgiveness, self-love, compassion and finding the courage to be the one to break the generational cycle of alcoholism in the family.  Today, Oliver is living his dream life as an inspirational artist.

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Kim lost her husband to alcohol dependency in 2017. She created the Blossome Community to help others enduring losing a loved one to alcoholism or addiction find a Pathway to Peace so they can let go of guilt/shame and live with self-compassion and joy.

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