In this interview with public speaker and coach, Patrick Doyle, we talk about how to cope with the betrayal that occurs when women of faith stand up against abuse in their homes. Betrayal of this kind is extraordinarily traumatic and causes tremendous grief and heartache. If you’ve experienced this kind of loss, you’ll find validation in this episode.
Patrick Doyle has over thirty years of working with people from all over in treatment centers, churches, and through his office. His authentic and transparent way of leadership has drawn followers from all over the world. As a public speaker and coach, Patrick takes difficult conversations head on; communicating hard truths with honesty and safety. He is passionate about connecting with people so that they may see their individual value and as a result, experience the freedom from the lies that destroy their wellness of spirit. His hope is that people will partner with him in helping others see, believe, and act on their intrinsic value.
Patrick lives in beautiful Southern Oregon. On his down time, he enjoys spending time with his two adult sons, reading a good book, or experiencing a new adventure with people he is close with.
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