Christina Lepore

Christina Lepore is a mental health worker and passionate advocate in supporting mental health initiatives and care for over 25 years. Her knowledge is exemplified through her lived experience with depression and complex PTSD. Her life’s mission is to utilize all the skills she’s mastered over the decades to help others improve their quality of life. Christina is a best-selling author in the collaborative book Courage for Freedom and is published on Elephant Journal, The Mighty, and Motherly, Scary Mommy and was a recent guest on  Shrink Rap Radio Podcast / Youtube. She is currently writing a memoir and does workshops to bring trauma-informed care to all service providers. Her life’s goal is to write and give a voice to those who cannot, by shouting from the rooftops through her written work. Christina Lepore can be contacted on Facebook on her blog Trauma Queen or personal page Facebook, Instagram, or via her website.

Latest from Christina Lepore

January 25, 2020

Make friends with Fear or she will F U UP.

January 23, 2020

Everything I learned from my 19 year old daughter about who I want to be when I grow …

January 23, 2020

Spiritual Rehab: the modern day sermons that could bring home the scattered flock if …

January 19, 2020

The climb- lessons learned in Cheryl Strayed, Reese Witherspoon and the Wild.

January 16, 2020

I’m a Lady, a Slut, a Virgin, a Mother. I’m Whatever the F*ck I Want to B…

January 15, 2020

How starting a blog saved my life and is helping others save theirs

January 15, 2020

What Feminism is Not.

January 14, 2020

A letter to Menopause – you had me at hello.

January 14, 2020

Thank you Meghan & Harry for Daring to Live on your own Damn Terms.

January 14, 2020

A message for some, not all, white evangelicals on truth!

January 10, 2020

Please stop saying you are fine.

January 10, 2020

This difference between an arguement and verbal abuse and what every teen girl needs …

January 8, 2020

If 2020 Started with a Bang, Don’t be Startled—Just Keep Going.

January 7, 2020

How adverse childhood experiences affect us over our lifetime

January 6, 2020

My Body is a Crime Scene.