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The Other Side of Saved

By Nate Postlethwait

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The Other Side of Saved is a podcast about healing from trauma and re-claiming joy. Nate Postlethwait grew up in the Bible belt. Bad therapy mixed with addictive religion hijacked his ability to address the traumatic experiences of his early life. For years, his grief was overwhelming. And, for the first time, he is at peace from the inside out, and has never felt safer in the hands of God. Listen to hear his story or head over to

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Highly recommend if you feel lost and alone!

His voice is a calming force and I found his Instagram and followed him months ago, and the way he uses his masculinity mixed with his feminine kindness is so relatable and his vulnerability is amazing. As someone who shares his story of coming out on Instagram and being open I know it’s not easy to do so and do it in a kind and loving way is even harder. The way Nate shares his sexual abuse struggle and allows other people to share their stories of sexual abuse is truly inspiring. He has a way of weaving his personal story into something that is so engaging yet emotional. I feel so connected to his story, and I have no doubt you will as well. Once the episode ended I wanted more because his relationship with his father and his struggles with shame about his sexual orientation and the abuse is amazing to hear that someone is being open because most people just glaze over these experiences. To see him now living in his truth and being authentic as a strong figure as I see on Instagram and hear in the strength of his voice on this podcast instead of a victim brings tears to my eyes. Thank you Nate for sharing your story!

Being saved

A very close friend of mine introduced me to this podcast and I’ve never felt so connected to someone else story. Down to being from the exact same town. Crazy ! I made sure from the get go the post notifications were turned on for new content because now I gotta hear more every week ! 💙

Compassionate Stories, Well Told

This Nate Postlethwait? He’s a good guy. And The Other Side of Saved? It’s a very good podcast. I first heard Nate on an episode of LGBT stories, and I thought he had a comforting voice and an engaging storytelling style, and his story was compelling, so I subscribed to his podcast to hear more.

Each episode is Nate telling a few stories: tales of coming out as an adult, of making big decisions to change careers and move, of an incredibly moving and relatable experience playing (and then not playing) football as a kid. Of course, the most powerful stories deal with Nate’s history of sexual abuse and trauma, and Nate consistently uses what he’s experienced to deepen his compassion and reach out to other people. He gives advice about therapy options and helps people understand that abuse isn’t just the most awful stories you see on the news - you don’t have to be ashamed of what happened to you, no matter what that looked like. He hasn’t had it easy, but he has led a fascinating life, and he shares this podcast to help other people know that they’re not alone. I heartily recommend this podcast.

The Other Side of Saved
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  • Category: Self-Help
  • Language: English

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