Accidental ADDict-Addicted to Adderall
February 18, 2021
Hosted by Jodi Harrison Bauer
Audrey Stimpson was prescribed Adderall at the age of 7 to help with her tantrums and ADHD( Attention Deficit Hyper Disorder). This was also the same year the drug entered the market. After 23 years of using the amphetamine, the drug had taken it's toll, leading to psychosis, gut health issues, body dysmorphia, Addorexia and a never- ending cycle of shame. Things had to change. She desperately wanted to get off the drug and was hoping to have a bay soon with her husband. Audrey finally found help and wants to tell others that it possible to live without their little orange pill. Audrey is thriving, and just gave birth to a healthy little boy. Mom, Dad and baby Vance are doing great. There IS life after Adderall.
Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Fearlessly Authentic is a weekly radio show hosted by Jodi Harrison Bauer. Through powerful, honest conversations about their own journeys to live fearlessly and step outside their comfort zones, Jodi and her guests aim to inspire women who may have forgotten who they are or lost part of themselves along the way in life, love or business. Each week Jodi will guide women through the tough times, letting them know they are not alone and they have the power to get stronger, live the lives they deserve and fall in love with themselves. Tune in to Fearlessy Authentic, every Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific Time/3 PM Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.
Jodi Harrison Bauer
Jodi Harrison Bauer is a two-time World Bikini Champion, founder and owner of JodiFit boutique fitness studio, host of Fearlessly Authentic podcast and the oldest woman to ever compete for the iconic Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, making global headlines and the Top 60 finalists in 2019.
Growing up, Jodi was a people pleaser and scared of everything. She graduated with a BA from Simmons College in 1983. Jodi’s life changed forever when, at 42 years old, she built the courage to take control of her own happiness. Since then, Jodi has worked relentlessly to better herself, build her business, nurture her relationships and create the life she knew she always deserved, one with passion and purpose.
In doing so, she hasn’t followed the rules or fit in the box society wanted to put her in. She started competing in fitness shows when she was “too old,” opened a business at 50 and got re-married eight years later. She competed against women more than half her age for a spot in Sports Illustrated Swim to prove age and beauty are not directly correlated.
Today she defines herself as an ageless warrior and an advocate against ageism. In her studio, on her podcast and across her social channels, Jodi focuses on empowering women.
Jodi is the proud mother of two grown daughters and a rescue pup. Outside of JodiFit, you can find her on the beach or dancing like no one’s watching. She lives by the words “Never let fear stop you from being YOU."