Michael Unbroken: How to Think Unbroken

Feb. 25, 2022

Michael Unbroken: How to Think Unbroken

Michael Unbroken: How to Think Unbroken

Michael’s journey is not dissimilar to that of millions of people around the world. He grew up in chaos. His mother was a drug addict and alcoholic, whilst his father abandoned him when he was barely 2 years old. 

Michael's step-father was hyper abusive, and the kind of guy that you pray never enters your life. By the time he was 11, Michael had been entirely stripped of his childhood. Between the beatings, belittlement, molestation, and homelessness he was ready to kill himself. 


Flash forward to his adult life, Michael’s businesses were booming, but everything else around him was in shambles. He was addicted to sex, porn and love, he was drinking and getting stoned every day, and seeking validation from every external source he could find.

Then one day everything changed.

Michael decided in a single moment that everything had to change. Fast forward 6 years and he’s the happiest and healthiest that he's ever been.


Today he educates people around the world on the effects of trauma and how to get out of THE VORTEX, take their lives back, and become the person that they know they are. 


Key Takeaways. 

  • The different types of traumas that children pass through when they are young. 
  • How Childhood trauma manifests during adulthood. 
  • Why taking the first step is all that matters when it comes to self-healing. 
  • Getting real. How to get rid of the addictions, habits and false beliefs that hold you back from what your true self. 
  • How to let go of the victim mentality. 
  • The steps involved in the road to recovery. 


Connect with Michael

Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/traumasurvivormentorandcoach/  

Website - https://www.thinkunbroken.com/  

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MichaelUnbroken/  

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/michaelunbroken/?hl=en  

Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1477432473

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