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Recovering Alcoholic and addict Robert McClellan shares recovery tips, stories, and his experiences in sobriety and addiction recovery. An oasis of reason and encouragement for anyone seeking a caring voice about recovery from addiction. Honest and open, Robert is down-to-earth, humorous, and a passionate advocate for removing the stigma of addiction. Alcoholics, addicts, anyone with an interest or investment in sobriety will find these short podcasts interesting and inspiring.
 
The Beyond Belief Sobriety Podcast features stories of interest to people seeking a secular path to addiction recovery. We post episodes each week featuring a personal recovery story or an interview with an author or expert in addiction science. In addition to the audio podcast episodes posted here, we also live stream on Friday night at 7:00 pm Central. You can support our podcast by becoming a member of our YouTube Channel or a supporter on Patreon.
 
Sobriety, Recovery, Addiction Recovery, what's the difference? Deciding to get sober is not the same as being in recovery. Developing a growth mindset, cultivating courage, being decisive, taking action, embracing discipline, exercising flexibility, and embodying tenaciousness - all of these principles (and more) are part of fostering your best self through your addiction recovery program. Join me as I share my journey through addiction recovery and that of other's through conversations, lif ...
 
This podcast is about recovery from alcoholism, drug addiction, sobriety and the journey of recovery, community and healing. The stories are inspiring, funny and touching. They will provide hope and help others to feel like they are not alone. Today is the day to start living the life of your dreams and be who you were meant to be! For more resources, visit odaatchat.com or visit us on Facebook, search ODAAT Chat Podcast
 
Welcome to my Podcast! A little bit about me and why I am doing this. All my podcast will be short-never more than 15 minutes. I will be talking about my own personal experiences on topics such as depression, anxiety, spirituality, emotional sobriety, parenting, and marriage to name a few. I think that the only thing that is truly unique to me is my personal journey and my personal story. My vision is that as you listen to my experiences and struggles, you will find value for yourself. *Disc ...
 
This podcast was created out of a burning desire within to help as many alcoholics or anyone struggling with alcohol or any addiction for that matter get the help they need. Also, this podcast will be used to raise awareness and bring alcoholism to the forefront of discussion instead of it being whispered about behind closed doors. I will share the plan I've created and used over the last 5 years to fight the toughest battle of my life...alcoholism. We only get one life so I am going to show ...
 
I share my experience, strength and hope with you regarding my own recovery from alcoholism through the 12 Steps in Alcoholics Anonymous. By the grace of God I've remained sober since I was 18 years old (1989). I started drinking and using drugs very young. I got sober during a time when there were not a lot of young people in AA. Moreover, I was homeless. I got sober in the very same location I drank. I'm passionate about recovery, and about sharing my incredible experience with others in e ...
 
How is life experienced after five, ten, 20 years of sobriety? What did it take to get there, and how do you keep complacency at bay from the safe, solid foundation of long-term recovery? Through engaging dialogue with recovering addicts and alcoholics in differing stages of recovery, host Howard M. walks listeners through various “seasons” of sobriety, and what it takes to persevere through fears, resentment, sadness and joy. We all plateau and must commit to perpetual progress; Seasons of ...
 
Sober Ventures is for anyone in recovery from substance or alcohol abuse. We feature stories of inspiring entrepreneurs and individuals making wonderful things happen in their life and for others in their sobriety. We are listener powered, so if you'd like to share your story, just send an email to soberventures@gmail.com and we'll get your story out to the world. We are all stronger in this together. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soberventures/support
 
Beyond Sobriety brings hope and help to anyone with a loved one that struggles with substance abuse. If you're looking for ways to help them find freedom from addiction, this is the show for you. We tackle the real-life issues you face as you care for your loved one. We give you Bible-based advice based on years of travelling down the road of addiction and addiction treatment ourselves. Your host, Jim Quigley struggled for many years with drug and alcohol abuse and found life transformation ...
 
I'm just a regular guy on a journey to understand addiction, myself, and how to be a well-adjusted man in the modern era. Each week, I'm joined by people a lot smarter than me to help me learn about mental health, masculinity, substance abuse, wellness, and more.
 
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In this edition of The Way Out we’ve got a stellar interview with person in long term recovery, entrepreneur, author, and gifted storyteller, Dino Miliotis. A self-made millionaire twice over, Dino shares his journey to and through recovery this point with a frankness and candor that is as disarming as it is enlightening. Dino takes us on the rolle…
 
Ever feel like you are blundering your way through life, making it up as you go along, rather than moving purposefully in a meaningful direction? Career coach Becca Ribbing, author of The Clarity Journal, helps people find their way out of the fog and into clarity. Listen to her enlightening conversation with David and Nate.…
 
Steve discusses his experience about his first conference about sobriety and a Twelve Step program. Topics include flying solo at a conference, Drop the Rock, meeting new fellows, and an LGBT+ workshop he attended. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/gayapodcast)Steve Bennet-Martin による
 
Join me as I give a detailed description of the most dreaded week in rehab, Family Week. I discuss each day in detail while sharing painful stories with happy endings. I even have a surprise or two waiting for you inside the episode. You wont want to miss it. Contact: Jareth@recoveryroadpodcast.com Instagram: Recoveryroadpodcast…
 
In case we haven’t met yet, I am a certified Recovery Coach and Hypnotist. I am obsessed with all things recovery, including neuroscience, reprogramming the subconscious mind, law of attraction, all forms of personal growth and spirituality. I have been practicing abstinence from drugs and alcohol since 4/23/94, and I believe in people finding what…
 
Serge Prengel is a therapist and life coach, and co-founder of the Integrative Focusing Therapy Online Training Program. He is also the author of The Proactive Twelve Steps: A mindful Program For Lasting Change. The sixth edition of the book was recently published and Serge visited with me to talk about what is new and why. What we discussed Why Se…
 
Ep #134 - You know how you get a feeling inside of yourself when what you say you are doing doesn't align with what you are actually doing? You know how you feel when you look in the mirror and the person looking back at you does not look like the person you think you are in your mind. The main problem is we have this "ideal" self and then we have …
 
Steve invites Chelsea from Recovered Life Podcast to share her experience, wisdom, and hope. Topics covered include sobriety, anxiety, mental health, podcasting about sobriety, and more. Check out Chelsea's podcast, Recovered Life Podcast, wherever you listen to us! You can also find her website here: https://www.chelseananderson.com/podcast and fo…
 
In this edition of The Way Out we have recovery podcaster, and person in long term recovery Shane Ramer of That Sober Guy Podcast. I recently had the honor and privilege to share my story on Shane’s podcast and I couldn’t be more grateful to have had the opportunity to welcome Shane to The Way Out Podcast family to share his remarkable story and th…
 
Jan Winhall is a Clinical Social Worker and Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Toronto in the Department of Social Work. She is also the author of Treating Trauma and Addiction with the Felt Sense Polyvagal Model: A Bottom-Up Approach. In this episode, Jan explains how and why addiction becomes a way of coping with trauma and bridges the worlds …
 
Steve reflects back on his first 60 days of sobriety with what's helped and some of the lessons he's learned. Highlights include: Learning how to get AND stay sober The importance of fellows and service The struggles with finding the 'right' sponsor Expectations are just premeditated resentments Identifying triggers and knowing when to step back St…
 
Timothy Clancy is an independent Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Counselor who specializes in self-destructive behaviors such as substance abuse and eating disorders. He is a certified SMART Recovery meeting facilitator and the author of The Road to Sobriety: A Personal Experience. In this episode, Timothy shares his story and discusses alcoholism, tr…
 
Thank you for downloading the podcast, my name is Arlina, and I’ll be your host. In case we haven’t met yet, I am a certified Recovery Coach and Hypnotist. I am obsessed with all things recovery, including neuroscience, reprogramming the subconscious mind, law of attraction, all forms of personal growth and spirituality. I have been practicing abst…
 
Join me for Episode 3 where I give an overview of what it is like in a rehab facility...from the daily structure to my very interesting roommate situation. I also share one of my most guarded secrets. And lastly, I address what some call a controversial question regarding my recovery. Contact: Jareth@recoveryroadpodcast.com Instagram: RecoveryRoadP…
 
Steve welcomes Abby on to share her experience, wisdom, and hope with us. Abby is a content creator who shares her story and information about sobriety, grief, and being queer on her account @thesobergaygriever . She is the chapter leader of @1000hoursdrylgbtqia and she hosts free LGBTQIA+ support meetings on @reframe_app zoom. You can sign-up for …
 
Addiction is a painful experience for plenty of people -- not just addicts. Parents, siblings, partners, and colleagues of addicts are affected by the disease as well. In this inspiring conversation with KL Wells, founder of Voices InCourage, we talk about the growth that loved ones can experience when they share experience, strength, and hope in a…
 
Ep #133 - Developing your growth mindset is essential for your development from sobriety to recovery. As you focus in on what you desire from yourself during this transition it is important to realize that alcohol and drugs are not the only things you can find yourself addicted to. Poor communication, ignoring those around you in favor of your phon…
 
This week the world’s best recovery podcast co-host Jason has a powerful interview with person in long term recovery, Wesley Verry. Wes talks about the utter unmanageability and insanity of his addictions, an insanity that also manifested in his relationships, which led him to be finally broken enough to stop talking and start listening to the solu…
 
In this episode, we discuss the latest in the science of addiction medicine with Doctor Robb Kelly. Robb earned his Ph.D. in Psychology at Oxford University in 1984 and today lectures on addiction medicine at the University of Texas-San Antonio. He founded the Robb Kelly Recovery Group to help people suffering from addiction find recovery and purpo…
 
Host Steve Bennet-Martin shares what his experience getting to and through Step Two of his twelve step program was like. "We came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity" Thank you for listening. Please rate and review if you have found this information helpful. If you need help immediately, please call SAMSA’s Nat…
 
In this episode I talk about the obligation I feel now that I am sober. - What is actually helpful? - Can I make a difference? - Does this matter? Books: www.sarcasticbigbook.com My Instagram is here.Recovery Radio - KMP3 による
 
Today, my guest is Dr. Mona Bahlough. Before she retired, she spent 27 years treating patients in the emergency room where she was exposed to a lot of “frequent fliers” as she called them. People who had severe chronic health problems related to alcoholism and drug addiction. She’s going to share how NOT to wind up like that. Also, if you’ve been s…
 
In this episode, I caught up with Joe K. who we met back in January 2020 in episode 145. At that time, Joe had just started a secularly formatted AA meeting in Chatham New Jersey, and a few months later the world changed profoundly as did the way we understand and experience recovery. In this conversation, Joe and I talked about the various ways ou…
 
Join me on today's episode as I continue my story and give my listeners insight into my time spent in detox. More importantly, I give a broad overview of the plan I created and developed, The Daily 5. I promise...you won't regret listening! Contact: Jareth@recoveryroadpodcast.comJareth による
 
Steve invites guest and recovering addict Richard to share his experience, widsom, and hope with us. As a meth addict who has been clean for 3 years he shares how that has affected his place in the LGBT+ community, as well as how he had to change careers to stay sober. Thank you for listening. Please leave a review if you found this information hel…
 
AA at 16, rehab at 17. Paul H. discusses his journey in and out of sobriety, and what lead to his 21-month relapse. White-light moments in rehab, being a part of "sober seal team 6" and why "this time is different" highlight this week's episode.Mike S による
 
In this episode I talk about the one place all the work I do in AA really shows up --- In my thoughts towards others. #2 at Feedspot in sobriety podcasts. Order books here. My Instagram here.Recovery Radio - KMP3 による
 
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