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Podcast: Rob Goldstein on BeyondYourPast.com

I’m honored to be a guest speaker on BeyondYourPast.com.

The Beyond Your Past Podcast is hosted by Certified Life Coach, NLP Practitioner, and Mental Health Advocate, Matthew Pappas. He is also the founder of SurvivingMyPast.net, a blog in support of all who have survived the Trauma of Abuse.

Matthew Pappas writes: ‘My guest on this episode of the Beyond Your Past Podcast is Photographer, Digital Artist, Blogger, and Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist, Rob Goldstein. He is also a former guest blogger on Surviving My Past, where he shared some of his story in a post titled, “Life with DID: When Everything is a Trigger“. That post has been incredibly helpful and validating for so many who live with dissociative identity disorder, or those who have a loved one who lives with DID.

In the Podcast Rob Goldstein shares more of the story of how things finally started to make sense when he began receiving the help he needed.”

A digital sketch of a male profile in green and black
Self Portrait in Green

Podcast – Ep. 84 – Rob Goldstein, No longer sick with DID, I am well with DID.

 

(c) Rob Goldstein 2018

26 thoughts on “Podcast: Rob Goldstein on BeyondYourPast.com

  1. Thanks again Rob for joining me on the show. It was a pleasure to speak with you, to have you as a guest blogger previously, and to get to know you better. You are doing incredible work on your own behalf and for countless others. Never give up, and always know that you are making a difference.

    I look forward to a future show together!

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  2. Hi Rob,
    I’m learning so much from following you. I’ve done a podcast with Annette and I found it difficult talking about myself. You did super! Thank you for sharing. You are a brave heart. HUGS

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  3. This was excellent, Robert. I wasn’t planning on listening to it all, but I was glued. You are amazing, not only in your path to healing, but your desire to help others understand, grow, and find happiness and health. ❤ And it was fun to hear your voice, too!

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  4. I am dancing inside, most of my alternates are smiling (can’t please everyone, eh) and I feel “healthy” (thank you for helping to replace the word normal for me). What a terrific podcast. I look forward to having you on mine. If you would like to join me, send me an email at innercihldart (at) yahoo (dot) com.

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  5. That was wonderful, Rob. I am sure it must be hugely helpful to people with similar health issues and to their families and friends. I got stupidly excited at hearing your voice after so long only knowing your words and art on the screen. All the best.

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  6. Reblogged this on Teagan's Books and commented:

    You know Rob Goldstein is my “partner in crime,” illustrating Hullaba Lulu. His talents go far beyond art. Click over to his place. He’ll direct you to his fascinating podcast about dissociative identity disorder, hosted by Mental Health Advocate, Matthew Pappas.
    You will learn what a wonderful accomplishment his art really is. Be sure to leave a comment at Rob’s place.

    See you at the station on Wednesday when the “Hullaba Lulu” #DieselPunk train reaches the end of the line. You’re the bee’s knees!

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  7. You know Rob Goldstein is my “partner in crime,” illustrating Hullaba Lulu. His talents go far beyond art. Click over to his place. He’ll direct you to his fascinating podcast about dissociative identity disorder, hosted by Mental Health Advocate, Matthew Pappas.
    You will learn what a wonderful accomplishment his art really is. Be sure to leave a comment at Rob’s place.

    See you at the station on Wednesday when the “Hullaba Lulu” #DieselPunk train reaches the end of the line. You’re the bee’s knees!

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