Chubby Therapy – Episode 6: Kathy O’Keefe with WTF – Winning The Fight presents “Not Me”


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As a therapist, one of the things they tell us to avoid is using clichés. I believe the same is true for writers. They tend to lose their meaning and a lot of the time are blocking the person from truly feeling their experience.

For instance, making “lemonade out of lemons.” Living in the US, you hear this phrase quite often but I feel it loses its meaning when used so redundantly. Except when it comes to Kathy O’Keefe. I had heard about her prior to meeting her. The chemical dependency field in North Texas tends to be pretty close and supportive of each other. So, when you here about a mom who lost their son to an overdose who created an organization dedicated to bringing awareness to addiction, you pay attention.
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Then, you meet her and she ABSOLUTELY delivers! *insert glass of lemonade*

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Far from shy of giving her opinions, Kathy is a Chicago transplant living in Texas via California. She founded and is Executive Director of WTF – Winning The Fight. Her organization is well known in the North Texas area and is making an impact beyond, most recently with their new documentary “Not Me”. Check it out:


Please follow WTF – Winning the Fight on facebook and check out their calendar of events. The events they hold are great, informative, and give you hope that we are moving in the right direction. Below are links, and as always please share with your friends, family members, and loved ones who you think this may help.

WTF Facebook
Contact WTF Directly
Kickstarter for documentary “Not Me”

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One thought on “Chubby Therapy – Episode 6: Kathy O’Keefe with WTF – Winning The Fight presents “Not Me”

  1. Rene,

    Thanks so much for coming to our home and doing this interview. You rock! You are a professional that truly cares about the people and community that surround you. What an asset to all those you touch.

    Kathy O’Keefe

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