We are back with one of our favorite guests, Todd Sylvester! For the last 32 years, Todd has served as a Mental Fitness Coach for those looking to get more out of life, move beyond limiting beliefs and overcome addictions, depression, and anxiety, and currently works as an Addictive Voice Recognition Counselor at Wasatch Recovery, a reputable rehabilitation center for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. He has conducted over 1,500 speaking engagements and close to 17,000 individual coaching sessions. Todd is also the author of the #1 National Best-Selling book, "I Am Recovered," available on Amazon. His Todd Inspires Beliefcast podcast is ranked in the top #100 in the world in Mental Health. On this episode, we are talking about how our beliefs dictate our behaviors which ulimately affects our lives. Todd talks about how to create new beliefs about who we actually are so we can return to ourselves. Instagram: @tsinspires @courtneyspatrouve @spatrouve @theglowbosspodcast TikTok: @spatrouve Website: toddinspires.com spatrouve.com Subscribe to Todd's podcast, Beliefcast, for more inspiring content. ** Interested in business mentoring with Courtney? DM her on instagram or email email@example.com for more info.
Dane Anderson is a professional surfer from Carmel, CA. A few weeks ago, Dane texted me and said he'd like to come on the podcast. He told me that when he was 17 years old he was involved in a traumatic car accident in Big Sur. The car flipped, and his best friend died. Ever since this tragedy Dane has struggled with substance abuse issues as a way to cope with the pain. This is a very raw and vulnerable episode. It's told by someone who has days—not years of sobriety under their belt. Big ups to Dane for telling his story so honestly. It's a reminder for us all that it's okay to not be okay. Reach out to Dane on InstagramIf you dig this podcast, will you please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds and makes a difference when I drop to my knees and beg hard-to-get guests on the show. You can join my newsletter on Substack. It's glorious. Send voice memos and hate mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Get full access to Writing by Kyle Thiermann at thiermann.substack.com/subscribe
This week Sarah talks with Amir Hamaoui, friend and husband of former guest Rachel Dawson. He shares his journey through recovery and how he answered the inevitable question after any major life change, "What now?" As part of his recovery process, he created a new wellness-focused oracle deck called Welldim Journey that helps people along their path to transcendence and inner peace. Plus they talk about Amir's insane adventures in kite surfing in the San Francisco Bay. About Amir Hamaoui Born, raised, and residing in California, Amir studied and practiced engineering during his early profession. Despite what most would consider milestone life achievements in career and family, alcohol was a persistent layer that began as fun and became a troublesome method to cope with typical life stresses. As time mindlessly passed, the daily suffering of addiction merged with the appearance of a high-functioning life. Fortunately, with ever-present support from friends and family and a personal dedication and persistence to sobriety, life's path turned towards recovery, gratitude, and self-improvement. A new chapter was born with a commitment to lifelong wellness, bringing Amir back to childhood dreams as an artistic creator to help those seeking to improve their lives and community. Show Notes: The Welldim Journey Deck welldimjourney.com Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs https://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html The alternative pyramid of needs: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3161123/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesidewoo/message
Today On The Homefront, we welcome the renowned chef, TV personality, and culinary explorer, Andrew Zimmern. He give us a taste of reality, regarding reality TV, food scarcity, processed food, and our very own planet. Zimmern is internationally known for starring in several successful TV series such as: Bizarre Foods, Family Dinner, What's Eating America, Delicious Destinations, and much much more.As Jeff chats with the four-time James Beard Award winner, they discuss how Andrew has explored unique cuisines and also championed cultural acceptance and understanding. Together they deep dive into what life is like when sober, having an out of body experience with a shaman, and the therapy of cooking. Tune in, explore diverse cultures through Andrew's lens. Ready your taste buds for a feast of knowledge! Follow Andrew Zimmern on Instagram @chefaz Follow Us on Instagram @thehomefrontpodIf you're ready to take the next step towards owning your own business and gaining back your freedom, go to podcast.homefrontbrands.com
Get ready to embark on an inspiring journey with our special guest, Hilary Phelps, on the Comeback Stories Podcast. Hilary, a respected advocate for addiction recovery, warmly invites us into her world filled with both triumphs and challenges, offering invaluable insights into discovering purpose and embracing genuine authenticity. Hilary's remarkable journey as a distinguished speaker, addiction recovery advocate, writer, and devoted holistic wellness coach empowering women, unfolds across 16 years of unwavering sobriety, marked by the pivotal moment when she bravely broke her silence. This heartfelt conversation serves as a beacon of hope for those navigating the complexities of addiction, seeking to lead lives fueled by authenticity and passion, or striving to find the strength to rise above harsh criticism and emerge empowered. Join us as Hilary generously shares practical strategies and heartfelt wisdom, delving into the importance of setting boundaries, nurturing one's inner voice, and embracing the transformative power of community support. Don't miss this transformative episode, a source of hope, resilience, and profound wisdom—a perfect addition to uplift your spirits during this holiday season. ► YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCriVmGIBt38uDKYOL3pmjkw ► iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-comeback-stories-119696372/ ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/inflectionent/?hl=en ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/comebackstoriesshow/?hl=en DARREN WALLER ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/rackkwall/?... ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/rackkwall83?lang=en DONNY STARKINS ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/donny_stark... ► Twitter | https://mobile.twitter.com/donnystarkins #ComebackStoriesPodcast #AllIN #InflectionNetwork See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today I sat down with Richard Taite. Richard is the dedicated owner and visionary force behind the renowned Carrara Treatment Wellness & Spa. With an unwavering commitment to guiding individuals towards a path of healing and transformation, Richard has established a sanctuary where hope is rekindled, and lives are rebuilt. Richard's background in recovery is extensive. He was the founder and CEO of Cliffside Malibu for 15 years, regarded at the time, as one of the finest treatment facilities in the world. He brings a wealth of expertise and compassion to the forefront of the recovery landscape. Recognizing the critical need for comprehensive support in the journey to recovery, he embarked on a mission to create a haven where modern methodologies and empathetic care converge. Under Richards compassionate leadership, Carrara Treatment Wellness & Spa stands as a beacon of light for those navigating the challenging path of recovery. Richard has meticulously curated a team of dedicated professionals who share his passion for helping individuals reclaim their lives. Carrara Treatment Wellness & Spa offers a range of evidence-based treatments and therapies tailored to address the unique needs of each individual, fostering physical renewal, emotional healing, and spiritual growth. Learn more about Carrara: https://carraratreatment.com/
On this final Sunday before resuming our typical sermon series, Pastor Daniel and Care Team Leader Lianne MacGregor share a unique conversation about how the process of recovery from addiction can help us better understand God's grace. Many of us have personal experience with addiction, whether through our own addictions or those of a loved one. And all of us are recovering from something. So whatever your experience and wherever you are along your faith journey, we hope you'll find this conversation illuminating, inspiring, and helpful. Share: Know someone who needs this message right now? Send them the link! Connect: https://rb.gy/0gguyc Give: https://pushpay.com/g/kindredumc Prayer: https://rb.gy/xwmuok Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/kindrednc.church/kindreds-latest-11-26-2023
Have you ever struggled with addiction or felt alone in your journey towards sobriety? Join me, Corey Berrier, in this special Thanksgiving edition of the Successful Life Podcast as we break down the barriers surrounding addiction and sobriety. I opened up about my own journey towards sobriety, highlighting the stark difference between merely quitting drinking and truly being sober. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we reflect on our victories, no matter how small, and express our heartfelt gratitude for your support, which has propelled our show to over 300,000 downloads.Navigating the world of recovery can be a lonely battle, but it doesn't have to be. In this candid episode, I share my struggles with fitting into recovery and the common misconception of being 'different'. If you're currently battling addiction, I want you to know that you're not alone. Together, let's chart a path towards self-improvement, learning, and growing from our experiences. This Thanksgiving, join me in celebrating not just the good in our lives but the lessons learned from our struggles. Ready to embark on this journey? Let's dive in. Support the showhttps://www.amazon.com/Simple-Steps-Sell-More-Stereotypes-ebook/dp/B0BRNSFYG6/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1OSB7HX6FQMHS&keywords=corey+berrier&qid=1674232549&sprefix=%2Caps%2C93&sr=8-1https://www.amazon.com/Dark-Side-AI-Sales-Frankenstein-ebook/dp/B0BX6G5THP/ref=sr_1_3?crid=16J189ZUCE8K6&keywords=corey+berrier&qid=1678457765&sprefix=corey+berrier%2Caps%2C111&sr=8-3https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrPl4lUyKV7hZxoTksQDsyghttps://www.facebook.com/corey.berrier https://www.linkedin.com/in/coreysalescoach/
Find out how to succeed in your Porn Addiction Recovery by understanding more about Guilt, Grief & Gratitude with Dr. Trish Leigh. Support the show Listen Now...About this Porn Rewire Channel: Hi. I am Dr. Trish Leigh, a Cognitive Neuroscientist, and Sex Addiction Recovery Coach. I am on a mission to help people heal their brains from porn use. My videos are designed to help you learn that:
Join me Jason LaChance host of the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, certified addiction recovery coach, and mental health advocate for my sit down with special guest Jamie Brickhouse, an internationally recognized storyteller, Brickhouse tours two award-winning, critically acclaimed solo shows based on Dangerous When Wet and I Favor My Daddy: A Tale of Two Sissies, his forthcoming memoir. He has recorded voices on Beavis Butthead, interviewed Matthew McConaughey for the worldwide San Miguel Literary Sala, and has appeared on PBS-TV's Stories from the Stage, and The Moth Podcast. He is a 5-time Moth Storytelling champion, National Storytelling Network Grand Slam champ, Literary Death Match champion, and 99-Second Story GrandSLAM winner. Jamie and I talk about his journey into his addiction and his recovery journey as well as being of service to the recovery community. Which includes insight into addiction in the LBGTQ+ recovery community. We finish our conversation with fun random questions and Jamie finishes with final thoughts. This is Jamie Brickhouse Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Jamie Brickhouse: https://www.jamiebrickhouse.com/ Please subscribe and share and to get the YouTube visit https://www.KDDPodcast.com for more Celebrities, everyday folks, and expert conversations on turning your greatest adversities into your most significant advantages. Get your copy of Carlos Vieira's Autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down. Hardcover, Paperback & Audio Book https://linktr.ee/kddbook For the KDD Inspired t-shirts brought to you by 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/shop/NO-OUTSIDE-SOLUTIONS-TEE-p589349381 https://51fiftyltm.com/shop/ONE-DAY-AT-A-TIME-TEE-p589354767 For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of The Recovery Lifestyle Podcast, James Lent and Chris Decker delve into the profound journey of redemption and transformation. In this special episode, Chris shares his vision for a groundbreaking film, Son of a King, born from a momentous prayer walk and a life-changing retreat. This film encapsulates Chris's raw personal story, portraying the intense struggles with addiction, deception, and the ultimate quest for redemption through faith. Chris invites listeners to be part of this transformative project that aims to touch the hearts of a million men, emphasizing the power of faith and deliverance from the deepest of struggles.KEY TAKEAWAYSFinding Redemption Through Truth: Chris reveals his profound realization during a prayer walk, acknowledging his past and the pursuit of a career that led to a life far from God's plan.Confronting Rock Bottom: The pivotal moment when facing a lawsuit became the catalyst for Chris's awakening, leading to a floodgate of truth and transparency about his addictions, double life, and immense guilt.Unveiling a Vision: Son of a King represents Chris's redemption story, a deeply personal journey of transformation, faith, and the pursuit of purpose through filmmaking.Crowdfunding for a Purpose: Inviting listeners to participate in this project through crowdfunding, emphasizing the impact of collective support in reaching the hearts of a million fatherless men and boys.HIGHLIGHT QUOTES"I was trying to siphon pleasure from a deep well of darkness.""I knew exactly how we were going to live this way. I had it all figured out.""The recovery lifestyle podcast is about how the Lord brought freedom from years of addiction.""We're not going back to those things. The deliverance from addictions is permanent."Want to share feedback or need a prayer request? Please visit https://recoverylifestyle.com/contact to reach out!
Seattle's Duff McKagan is best known for being the bassist of Guns N' Roses. He's now out with his third solo album, 'Lighthouse.' Emily Fox speaks with McKagan about the new record and how his sensei and martial arts practice inspired one of his new songs. He also shares his story of addiction, recovery, and his struggles with panic attacks.Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to another episode of Cracking Addiction, where we delve into the world of addiction and recovery. In this episode, Dr. Ferghal Armstrong and guest Dr. Laura Petracek explore the third step in the twelve-step process. They discuss the concept of turning our will and our lives over to a higher power, exploring different interpretations of what that higher power may be. Dr. Petracek shares her insights on the challenges of surrendering oneself to the unknown and the importance of accountability in the recovery process. They also discuss the Serenity Prayer and its role in understanding the third step. If you're interested in addiction recovery and understanding the power of surrender, this episode is a must-listen.Key Points and Learning Outcomes:1. Understanding the Concept of Higher Power: The third step involves making a conscious decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of a higher power as we understand it. This concept varies for each individual, and it can include religious beliefs, nature, support groups, or even a sponsor. By exploring different interpretations, we can personalize our recovery journey and find a source of accountability and support.2. Accountability and the Need for Human Connection: Surrendering to a higher power alone may not provide enough accountability in recovery. Dr. Petracek highlights the importance of involving real people, such as sponsors or support groups, in our commitment to abstain from addictive substances. This external accountability helps to overcome denial and provides a stronger foundation for long-term recovery.3. Surrendering Self-Control and Willpower: The idea of surrendering our self-control, willpower, and identity can be daunting for many individuals. Particularly for those who have relied on drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism, letting go of familiar habits may feel like stepping into the unknown. However, surrendering the things we cannot change is a crucial step towards personal growth and finding serenity in recovery.4. Addressing Doubts and Skepticism: Some individuals may find difficulty with the third step due to its traditional association with a white Christian God. To overcome this barrier, reframing the concept of a higher power is vital. Books such as "Twelve Steps a Woman's Way" or using therapy approaches like dialectical behavior therapy can help individuals find a more inclusive interpretation that aligns with their personal beliefs and culture.Actionable Takeaways:1. Explore Your Understanding of Higher Power: Take time to reflect on your own understanding of a higher power. Consider what brings you a sense of peace, support, and guidance. It doesn't have to conform to traditional notions; it should be a source of strength that resonates with you.2. Seek Accountability in Human Connections: Find someone you trust, such as a sponsor or a support group, to hold you accountable in your recovery journey. Sharing your commitments and struggles with others can significantly enhance your chances of maintaining sobriety.3. Embrace Surrender and Letting Go: Recognize the limitations of your control over certain aspects of life. Embrace the idea of surrendering the things you cannot change and focusing your energy on the areas where you can make a difference.4. Challenge Traditional Notions: If you struggle with the concept of a higher power due to cultural or religious differences, explore alternative perspectives and resources that align with your beliefs. Look for books, communities, or therapists who can help you reframe the concept to make it more inclusive and meaningful for you.Quote:"It's like you're asking them to go off a cliff without a parachute. It's very scary. But not drinking or drugging is scary because you don't know what's going to happen. But if I wake up and have a beer, I know exactly what's going to happen and it's not...
Ironman triathlete Todd Crandell speaks with me about his organization, his own addiction recovery, parallels between approaches to veganism and addiction recovery, and much more. Todd is a 111-time Ironman event finisher, 4-time author, vegan since 2016, documentary subject, dad, and founder of Racing for Recovery, which has been featured on CNN, ESPN, the New York Times, and Runner's World Magazine. He's dedicated his personal and professional life to helping substance abusers re-channel their destructive behaviours into positive, life-affirming action. By sharing personal stories about the perils of substance abuse, best practices in prevention, and how to lead a holistic lifestyle, Todd offers a positive alternative to those struggling to overcome a life of addiction.
A conversation with Nico Morales about his journey through addiction, recovery, and personal development. 00:00 Starting the Recovery Journey01:18 Embracing Recovery02:50 Overcoming Addiction05:05 A Typical Day in Addiction02:46 Finding Purpose in Recovery41:22 Recovering from Collapse Hips45:18 Conclusion
Joined by Alasdair Gill, a chef who shares his journey of grappling with alcohol addiction from a young age and eventually resorting to drugs. His lowest point came when his drug dealer confided in him about his problem with drugs. Alasdair sought the necessary support, entered rehab, and was handed a book authored by his father detailing his own battle with addiction. This experience allowed Alasdair to connect and empathize with his father's journey through addiction as well. ☕ Buy me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maycontain
Embark on a profound exploration with Mark McNear as he bravely shares his odyssey through addiction, rehabilitation, and the transformative power of faith in this episode. Beyond the surface, Mark delves into a profound truth: addiction is not the problem itself but often a desperate solution to deeper issues. Join us as he reveals how, through his connection with Jesus, he found a profound healing that went beyond overcoming addiction—a healing that addressed the root causes.Discover the perspective that only a relationship with Jesus can offer, where true restoration begins by addressing the soul's deeper needs. This episode is a testament to the idea that faith can be the ultimate catalyst for profound, lasting transformation.Mark's website Support the show
In the latest episode of the Simply Fit Podcast, I had the pleasure of speaking with Sean Robinson. Sean Robinson is a volunteer firefighter, father, husband & author of the book ‘Going Dry.' In 2021, Sean found himself weighing 320lbs (that's 145kg) and reached his personal rock bottom.
In this episode, we dive deep into the heart of human sexuality and its intersection with divine grace. We explore the complexities of chastity, marriage, and the continuous journey towards understanding our bodies and spirits with our guest Bonnie Young, therapist and author.Join us as we peel back the layers of anxiety and expectation that often shroud discussions of sexuality. From the laughter and learning curves of adolescence to the sacred partnership of marriage, we grapple with the pulsating question: How can we reconcile our natural human experiences with the teachings of Jesus Christ and His infinite atonement?We unpack the cultural dialogue that sometimes overshadows the gospel's core messages of love, trust, and mercy. With candid vulnerability, we share personal narratives that highlight the often rocky path to aligning our actions with our innate knowledge of right and wrong, emphasizing that Christ's reach and grace know no bounds.As we address the turmoil and triumphs of sexual connection, we propose a shift in conversation—seeing sex not as a need but as a celebration of the soulful ties that bind us. In doing so, we shed the shackles of obligation and chore, instead stepping into a space of mutual joy and enrichment.This episode is an invitation to a more compassionate understanding of our sexuality, a call to nurture the next generation with a narrative of hope, devoid of shame, and rich in joy. We aim to inspire an approach to sexuality education that is imbued with the spirit of Jesus, drenched in grace, and leads to a deep, authentic connection—both with our partners and the divine.So tune in, and let's journey together towards a world where every step in our sexual journeys is met with compassion, understanding, and a celebration of the beautiful, complex beings we are created to be.Important Links Connect with Bonnie here: www.bonnieyoungcounseling.com Find a therapist through Azure Counseling: www.azurecounseling.com Get Bonnie's book Sex Educated. Start your free trial on Relay here: https://bit.ly/breakingthesilence-relay Relive the inspiration from Chandler's story here. Reach out to us with your questions or share your journey here. Stay updated! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more! Contact me at email@example.com. Learn more about our nonprofit at Reach10.org Love the content and want more? Donate to help us reach more people with compassion, courage, and connection at https://reach10.org/donate/Disclaimer: The views expressed by guests do not necessarily represent our views. We offer this information in good faith, but we don't make any representation that what you hear is accurate, reliable, or complete. Reach 10 and the Breaking the Silence podcast are not responsible or liable for your use of any information heard in this podcast.
Todd Youngs has been in continuous recovery from severe addiction and alcoholism since 2009. His personal path to recovery involved a combination of 12 step work, and his work with Ayahuasca. Todd now works intensively with others to help them achieve a life of satisfying and meaningful sobriety. His approach is eclectic and holistic drawing on the 12 Steps, CBT, MEI, and Mindfulness practice in order to deeply address the bio/psycho/social/spiritual aspects of addictive disorders. Todd has worked extensively with Ayahuasca for over 14 years within a variety of communal and personalized settings. He is focussed on building bridges between the older treatment paradigm and newly emerging modalities that utilize Ayahuasca. He is the co-founder of Natura Care Programs. Todd is often heard fondly referring to his own personal path of recovery as AAA+, or “Ayahuasca Assisted Alcoholics Anonymous: A Roadside Service for broken-down, drug-addicted hippies”. In this episode we dive into: How humans explore drugs to satisfy creative and spiritual yearnings. The dark and light sides of psychedelics. Todd's wild addiction recovery story. Using pharmaceuticals to manage side effects of drug and alcohol use. Connecting to something bigger than yourself through ayahuasca. Todd's journey of brewing his own ayahuasca in his mother's basement. How ayahuasca helped Todd through 12-step recovery. The necessity of connection and accountability during recovery. Family members seeing a change in Todd & Ben after ayahuasca journeys. Healthy ways to incorporate the use of an altered state to transform your life. Therapeutic opportunities when taking psychedelics. Psychedelics vs therapy. Are psychedelics the right path for you? Breaking down what the 12-week Natura Care Program looks like and why the 12 week model is advantageous. True recovery: Healing the root causes of addiction. Finding centeredness, calmness, joyfulness. Can you actually trust plant medicines? Ultra-conservatism vs. open-mindedness in recovery circles. Psychedelics in Recovery. Links from this episode Natura Care Programs Psychedelics in Recovery Todd's Website Ben's Freedom from Addiction Circle Evolving Man Brotherhood Free-Trial on Circle See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Molthan, otherwise known as M2 the Rock, achieved great success as the nation's largest luxury home builder. However, Substance Use Disorder (SUD) led him down a destructive path. Twenty-seven arrests and a bout with homelessness later, it wasn't until a nearly four-year jail sentence that he could finally see clearly. Michael's time behind bars led to a profound spiritual awakening.Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is not made up of just one rock bottom, but many. People struggling with Substance Use Disorder (SUD), like Michael, can use their lived experiences as a stepping stone to a greater life.With storytelling sprinkled with Michael's personal experiences and inspired by his magnetic, relatable personality, the motivational speaker now uses his rock bottoms to mentor and inspire others toward recovery.In addition to motivational content, M2 the Rock has expanded its platform through the creation of a charity offering resources and services to those in need. M2 the Rock Services provides connections to Michael and other Certified Recovery Coaches as well as other resources so that those struggling with substance use disorders (SUD) are inspired to raise their own rock bottom.To Book Michael Molthan or Donate please visit: www.m2therock.com
In this compelling second part of Stevie's interview, we dive deeper into her difficult journey to sobriety. Her story takes an extraordinary turn as we learn how her friends became the lifeline she desperately needed, literally saving her life by putting her on a plane to San Antonio's International Convention on July 1st, 2010. As Stevie reflects, "They say we get by with a little help from our friends, my friends literally saved my life."This episode of the Soberoso Podcast goes beyond addiction and blackouts, touching down on the crucial topic of mental health and the stigmas that often surround it. Stevie openly shares the consequences of her last relapse, which led her to a dark place, landing her on Rikers Island among some of the world's toughest inmates, and battling thoughts of ending her own life.After enduring ten challenging months, Stevie's journey took a positive turn as she was transferred to Albion. Inside, she, along with a few other inmates, initiated a 12-step program that remarkably gained traction with over 100 women on a waitlist to join. Stevie's story is a testament to the progressive nature of recovery, and she shares the beauty in this ongoing transformation. Tune in to hear Stevie's inspiring journey through the darkest of times to a place of hope and healing in part 2/2 of the Soberoso Podcast episode #137 Relapse, Redemption, and Rikers Island You can follow Stevie on Instagram here @steviebaz and tag us to let us know you are listening using #soberosopodcast.Support the showFollow Soberoso on Tik TokSubscribe and help us grow on YOUTUBE
Manpreet speaks about how inner child work has helped her to heal from developmental trauma and support her brain to develop later in life! Developing things like : Self acceptanceClear sense of identitySelf compassionSelf protectionCapacity to draw comfort from a relationshipAbility to relaxCapacity for full expressionWill power and motivationPeace of mindSelf careBelief that life is a giftSelf esteemSelf confidenceListen to learn more and join Heal Your Inner Child community and course to allow parts of your younger self to heal. To buy tickets for Heart's Happiness Podcast Go Live click here fo £88 To apply to join November 2023 One to one coaching programme of 121 vip day book your discovery call here in October and november 2023 only For Manpreet's FREE masterclass on Freedom from Anxiety sign up here Here are some book recommendations to kick off your healing in my FREE guide to transform your journey and sign up to weekly newsletterFollow us on instagram for Heart's Happiness daily inspiration for your mental health and healing.Join our PRIVATE Facebook group to carry on the conversation and speak to others who want to find their own Heart's Happiness and heal. Subscribe to our videos on you tube.Everyone deserves to find their own Heart's Happiness and this podcast has been created with so much love from my heart to yours. Love Manpreet
In this episode I had the honor of speaking with my friend James Angus. James so bravely and graciously shared his journey through loss, grief, addiction and recovery. This episode originally aired on the Mindful Health podcast. This is an especially inspiring episode around a topic that has touched each and every one of our lives in some capacity or another. James currently co-hosts the Dawg & Gus show and is a successful real estate agent in the Ottawa area.
Welcome to "Cracking Addiction." In this episode, Dr. Fergal Armstrong and Dr. Laura Petracek dive into the second step of the twelve-step program: "Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves can restore us to sanity." They explore the meaning of each element of this step and provide valuable insights on attending meetings, belief in a higher power, and the restoration of sanity in recovery. Join them as they discuss the importance of accountability and the misconception of just stopping drinking without addressing the necessary changes for lasting recovery.Learning Outcomes:1. Understand the concept of "came to believe" in the context of recovery, which includes attending meetings, waking up to the need for change, and developing a belief in a power greater than oneself.2. Explore the idea of a higher power beyond traditional religious connotations, emphasizing the importance of accountability and support from others in the recovery journey.3. Recognize the limitations of simply abstaining from alcohol without engaging in the complete process of personal growth and transformation.4. Reframe the notion of "restoration of sanity" to focus on soundness of mind and personal well-being, rather than perpetuating stigma around mental health issues.Actionable Takeaways:1. Engage actively in your recovery journey by attending meetings and actively participating in the process, rather than just showing up without commitment.2. Embrace the idea of a higher power or accountability beyond yourself, whether it's through a group, sponsor, or personal belief system.3. Recognize that simply abstaining from alcohol is just the first step, and be willing to delve into the deeper aspects of personal change and growth outlined in the twelve-step program.4. Challenge the traditional understanding of sanity by reframing it as a state of soundness of mind and overall well-being, allowing for a more inclusive and compassionate perspective on mental health.Quote:"The steps don't work you, you have to work the steps." - Dr. Laura Petracek#CrackingAddiction #RecoveryJourney #HigherPower #Accountability #MentalHealthMatters #PersonalGrowth #WellBeing #Transformation #AlcoholRecovery #SoundnessOfMind
As Sober October 2023 comes to an end, we thought this week was the perfect time to do an episode we have been wanting to do for a while. This special episode we have a discussion about Alcohol Addiction and how to get help if you are struggling with it.Many many thanks to The Candyman's Cousin Alex (Sober 5 Years now) and A HUGE THANK YOU to his girlfriend Elise (Sober 2 Years)They both share some great insights on their particular experiences on the road to recovery.The Candyman shares some of his tips to combat depression and we see some overlap with what they teach addicts in rehabilitation, so hopefully this helps some people.Earth First & Get Those Hooshies Off!
Join me Jason LaChance host of the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, certified addiction recovery coach, and mental health advocate for my sit down with special guest Alexander Randazzo, the writer and star of Lonesome Soldier. A film based on a True American Story, that follows the life of Jackson Harlow, from young dreamer to haunted war veteran in this harrowing portrayal of PTS(D), substance abuse & addiction, and the effects it has, not only on Soldiers but also their loved ones Alexander and I converse about the origins of the Lonesome Soldier story and what and who inspired him to write the film. We also discuss the unthinkable process he put himself through to bring the character of Jackson Harlow to life and due just to the struggles of our Veterans who struggle with mental health and substance issues. We answer the following questions. What can we do to help our Veterans? How did your father being a Special Forces soldier impact you? What did you learn about mental health and substance abuse from making the film? How did Alexander use his own trauma to bring the character of Jackson Harlow to life? How did his mother being an actor impact his path to his career? We finish our conversation with fun random questions and Alexander finishes with final thoughts. This is Alexander Randazzo Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Alexander and Lonesome Soldier: https://www.lonesomesoldierthefilm.com/ https://www.instagram.com/alex28dazzo/ Please subscribe and share and to get the YouTube visit https://www.KDDPodcast.com for more Celebrities, everyday folks, and expert conversations on turning your greatest adversities into your most significant advantages. Get your copy of Carlos Vieira's Autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down. Hardcover, Paperback & Audio Book https://linktr.ee/kddbook For the KDD Inspired t-shirts brought to you by 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/shop/NO-OUTSIDE-SOLUTIONS-TEE-p589349381 https://51fiftyltm.com/shop/ONE-DAY-AT-A-TIME-TEE-p589354767 For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to another episode of Life After Addiction! In today's podcast, we are reacting to Dax's "Dear Alcohol", sharing our thoughts from a Christian recovery perspective! If you enjoy this content, don't forget to smash that notification bell and subscribe to stay in the loop with all our latest content. Consider becoming a member to support our ministry! Leave a comment below sharing any video you would like us to react to, God bless! “So now, I will break his yoke bar from upon you, And I will tear off your shackles.” - Nahum 1:13 Here is the original video: • Dax - "Dear Alcohol" (Official Music ... Support our ministry today by becoming a member! / @lifeafteraddiction Check out our merch! https://S2L.net To check out The Forgotten Pandemic documentary, visit https://www.TheForgottenPandemic.com For more information about our all-male residential Christ-Centered Recovery program, please visit https://S2Lrecovery.org Families of loved ones going through addiction check out Hope After Addiction: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGgl... #alcohol #recovery #addiction LAA105 Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
In this episode of "The Battle of Blackouts," we're joined by our special guest and friend Stevie B. from Phoenix, Arizona, with thirteen years of sobriety. Stevie's journey through addiction is a candid exploration of her battle with alcoholism. From her early days of not fitting in and seeking comfort in alcohol to her struggles with the law, this episode dives into her harrowing experiences, including multiple DUIs, a pivotal moment with a probation officer, and the realization that alcohol was a problem she couldn't ignore.Stevie's six-year streak of sobriety came to a heartbreaking end after the loss of a family member, a failed change of scenery, and a painful breakup. Her descent into a relapse even led to a shocking incident involving a stolen U-Haul and felony charges.Throughout her journey, Stevie grappled with blackouts, initially believing she'd never become like those stereotypical stories of alcoholism. But as her story unfolds, we witness her relentless struggle to stay clean and sober, repeatedly falling and rising in her pursuit of recovery. Tune in to hear her inspiring tale of resilience and redemption in part 1/2 of the Soberoso Podcast episode #136 Learn more about blackouts here Support the showFollow Soberoso on Tik TokSubscribe and help us grow on YOUTUBE
In this episode, we delve deep into the heart of faith, exploring the transformative power of Christ's love and the journey to find worthiness. Hear personal stories of redemption, struggles with self-worth, and the life-changing moments where grace shines its brightest. Join us as we discover the infinite love that Christ offers, and how it shapes our identity, purpose, and relationships. Alan Larsen joins to share his insights gained through years of serving with youth and young single adults as a bishop. Hear firsthand accounts of divine interventions that changed lives forever, serving as testaments to the miracles that Christ's unyielding love can bring. Whether you're a lifelong believer or just beginning your spiritual journey, this episode seeks to inspire a deeper understanding and appreciation of the boundless grace available to all.In this Episode: Nourishing seeds vs. weeds Pornography as a “weed” Christ's grace and mercy Anxiety vs. faithful action The power of nourishing Contrast between worldly and Spiritual view of sexuality Creation Facing temptation and finding strength Grace and worthiness The role of church leadership Important Links Start your free trial on Relay here: bit.ly/breakingthesilence-relay Relive the inspiration from Chandler's story here. Reach out to us with your questions or share your journey here. Stay updated! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more! Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about our nonprofit at Reach10.org Love the content and want more? Donate to help us reach more people with compassion, courage, and connection at https://reach10.org/donate/Disclaimer: The views expressed by guests do not necessarily represent our views. We offer this information in good faith, but we don't make any representation that what you hear is accurate, reliable, or complete. Reach 10 and the Breaking the Silence podcast are not responsible or liable for your use of any information heard in this podcast.
Waithera Sebatindira explores how it feels to live as an addict under capitalism and asks how addiction and recovery could remake the world. Waithera Sebatindira is a Kenyan writer based in London. Their previous writing and research interests have included food imperialism, drag kings and gender transformation. They are a co-author of A FLY Girl's Guide to University and the author of Through an Addict's Looking-Glass (Hajar Press) SUPPORT: www.buymeacoffee.com/redmedicine Soundtrack by Mark Pilkington www.redmedicine.xyz
In this episode of The Recovery Lifestyle Podcast, James Lent and John Rizzi delve into the transformative power of Step Two in their recovery program. They discuss the challenges and revelations that come with addressing anger issues and control struggles. By sharing their personal experiences and insights, they shed light on how individuals can break free from the chains of anger and find lasting recovery and peace.KEY TAKEAWAYSStep Two, the Transformation Journal, focuses on identifying and addressing anger and control issues.Anger often stems from an underlying fear of losing control.Control-related triggers can be as simple as traffic, but they have a significant impact on our emotional well-being.Negative internal dialogue and rehearsing conflicts in our minds only steal our joy and energy.Learning to live unoffendable can bring more joy and peace to our lives.HIGHLIGHT QUOTES"Whenever expectations aren't met, the result is disappointment, frustration, and anger.""If I could live unoffendable, how much more joyful would life be?""Set your mind on things above, not on earthly things." (Colossians 3:2)Want to share feedback or need a prayer request? Please visit https://recoverylifestyle.com/contact to reach out!
On this episode I sit down with MJ Gottlieb, the Co-Founder and CEO at Loosid App. We talk about Loosid, an app created for those who choose a sober lifestyle and MJ shares about his struggles with addiction and how he got and stays sober. Make sure to download the Loosid app.More info here: https://loosidapp.com/
In this special episode of our Life In The Urban City podcast, we may be a month late for National Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Month. Still, our commitment to celebrating the resilience of those on their path to recovery is unwavering. Join us as we extend the celebration, shining a spotlight on the remarkable personal journey of an individual who has battled addiction. Relapse is a harsh reality for many on the road to recovery, but it's important to remember that it's not the end of the journey. Join us as we engage in raw and unfiltered conversation with Tod Coburn, who has faced relapse and emerged stronger than ever. His story serves as a testament to the resilience and determination that recovery demands. Mr. Tod shared his experiences with vulnerability, addressing the factors that triggered their relapse and the invaluable lessons they've learned through this process. Please tune in to this powerful episode as we explore overcoming relapse, rebuilding, and recommitting to recovery. It's an episode filled with stories of courage, resilience, and the unwavering strength of the human spirit.
Join us in this enlightening podcast episode as Wes and Spenny, two inspiring individuals who have overcome addiction, share their experiences and wisdom on battling addiction, finding hope, and embracing recovery. They discuss their personal journeys, offer practical advice for individuals and families facing addiction, and share insights into developing a strong support system.Discover the reasons behind their unyielding fight against addiction, the power of understanding God's grace, and the importance of recognizing that change is a process. Learn how building a supportive team and never giving up are essential for recovery. This podcast serves as a source of inspiration and guidance for anyone struggling with addiction or striving to live their best lives.
Are you caught in a cycle, repeating the same mistakes that are affecting your personal growth and the quality of your relationships? In this enlightening episode, Rachel and Crishelle unveil the curtain to a transformative journey of breaking free from these unyielding patterns.Rachel, with her rich background in social work and pornography issues, teams up with Crishelle to bring you a blend of real-life experiences, professional insights, and research-backed strategies aimed at empowering you to foster change. They are armed not just with tools but the compassion and encouragement to reassure you that change, though a journey, is indeed within your grasp.In a world that often labels and confines, this episode is a breath of fresh air, offering not just hope but practical steps to rewrite your story, to step out of the vicious cycle, and to build relationships that are rooted in understanding, respect, and love.You're not alone on this journey. Unearth the possibilities of a life where you're not defined by your past or current struggles. Dive into Rachel's profound insights, the efficacy of the tools shared, and resonate with real stories of change and transformation.Remember, every step towards change is a step towards freedom and flourishing relationships. Join Rachel and Crishelle in this empowering episode – because you are worth the journey, and so are your relationships.Important Links: Connect with Rachel Denton here. Start your free trial on Relay here: bit.ly/breakingthesilence-relay Relive the inspiration from Chandler's story here. Reach out to us with your questions or share your journey here. Stay updated! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more! Contact us at email@example.com. Learn more about our nonprofit at Reach10.org Love the content and want more? Donate to help us reach more people with compassion, courage, and connection at https://reach10.org/donate/Disclaimer: The views expressed by guests do not necessarily represent our views. We offer this information in good faith, but we don't make any representation that what you hear is accurate, reliable, or complete. Reach 10 and the Breaking the Silence podcast are not responsible or liable for your use of any information heard in this podcast.
The Spiritual Revolution To Addiction Recovery Michaelis Jacoby was born and raised in Los Angeles California. As a teenager and into his early 20's, Michaelis battled with addiction, depression and ADHD. Please call or text me any time if I can help you or a loved one get help. (949)751-7761 Several brushes with the law pushed him into a court committed 12 step experience. Michaelis was introduced to this philosophy July 1, 1999 and has remained sober ever since. Michaelis received the gift of a sober lifestyle and has dedicated his life to helping others achieve the same success. Michaelis has spent twenty of his twenty-four years of sobriety working in the treatment and sober living community. During this time, Michaelis facilitated countless group sessions, family group sessions and one on one sessions with clients. He has worked with clients suffering from the entire spectrum of mental illness. Once sober, Michaelis struggled with several of his own process addictions. He explored other fellowships to treat these maladaptive belief and coping mechanisms. Unfortunately, Michaelis did not find the relief he was looking for. This led him to trying to end his life twice in his first nine years of sobriety. In 2009, Michaelis was introduced to a life changing selfless practice. Although this process did not immediately free him of these maladaptive coping mechanisms, he received the relief he was looking for. Michaelis has implemented this practice daily with consistency and volume for the last 15 years of his sobriety. The results have been miraculous. He is free. Through this process, Michaelis realized that once alcohol and drugs were removed from his life, he was suffering from the struggles of the human condition. He learned that these maladaptive belief and behavior systems were not distinct to addicts. Every human being suffers from some level of depression, anxiety, anger, jealousy and the like. Michaelis understood that these struggles were rooted in self-centeredness. Although Michaelis continued to teach this path to addicts around the world, he wanted to do more. He wanted to make this path available to people outside of the 12-step fellowships. Michaelis has published a book called, "The Spiritual Revolution: a precise path to personal peace." This book is not only an easy introduction to healing principles, it is also a practice. The practice is rooted in selflessness and intimate connection with the people we come in contact with. The book does not heal its readers solely on the premise of self-knowledge. The book heals through altruistic action. Michaelis hopes that through the intended utilization of this book, everyone can participate in the path to world peace My name is Pej and I am a drug and alcohol interventionist! I am 15 years sober from Marijuana, Meth, Heroin, and a whole lot more. It has become my life's mission to help inspire and save as many lives as I can. Please call or text me any time if I can help you or a loved one get help. (949)751-7761 Subscribe to Peji's Recovery Corner podcast: On Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pejis-recovery-corner/id1554963303 On Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9waW5lY2FzdC5jb20vZmVlZC9wZWppLXMtcmVjb3ZlcnktY29ybmVy On Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7mdmZQ6D7nNmrbYEOvkJL8 Stay connected on Social! TikTok: tiktok.com/@pejinterventions IG: https://www.instagram.com/drug_intervention/
EPISODE SUMMARY: Are you ready for an exploration of deep, transformative personal growth? Join me, Austin Linney, as I sit down with Omar Pinto - my former coach and confidant - for a profound conversation about everything from mending fractured parent-child relationships, to the power of presence, self-love, and setting boundaries. We draw from our own experiences and journeys to bring you insights and revelations that can truly change your life. Have you ever wondered what it feels like to rebuild a parent-child relationship after years of strain? Hear my personal story of reconnecting with my father after decades of discord, and the role this played in shaping my personal and professional life. As we transition into discussing career shifts, Omar and I share our experiences and the impact of pivotal moments on our paths. You'll discover how focusing on giving massive value to clients rather than chasing numbers is the real key to business success. To cap it off, we delve into the importance of managing energy, setting boundaries, and the transformative power of self-love. We discuss the art of detaching oneself from outcome and the power it has in achieving your goals. Health is a recurring theme as we advocate for its priority over business, and we explore how discipline and self-love can be powerful tools in elevating your personal and professional life. To lighten things up, we share a few hilarious anecdotes before we wrap up, with Omar extending an invitation for you to reach out to him for coaching and plant medicine. Join us for this enlightening, heartwarming conversation and prepare to see your world in a whole new light. OMAR'S BIO: Omar Pinto is an intuitive healer. His healing journey began in 2003 when he overcame his battle with drugs and alcohol. For over 15 years he dedicated his life to learning, growing and most of all mentoring and coaching men with substance use disorders. In 2015 he launched a hugely successful podcast in the addiction recovery space called the SHAIR podcast and quickly gained notoriety as an addiction recovery specialist. In 2017 he became certified as a recovery coach, life coach and NLP Practitioner and in 2018 launched his coaching platform, Omar Pinto Coaching. In 2020 Omar began his plant medicine with Ayahuasca and Psylocibin Mushrooms. In December 2021 Omar added Plant Medicine retreats in his home in Costa Rica serving Psylocibin Mushrooms to his exiting client base. What's next? Only the Universe knows! GET IN TOUCH WITH OMAR: https://omarpinto.com/ https://www.instagram.com/omarpintocoaching/ EPISODE CHAPTERS: (0:00:13) - Rebuilding a Father-Son Relationship I repaired my relationship with my father, discovering commonalities, and had an honest conversation, thanks to my coach. (0:04:31) - Navigating Relationships and Transitioning in Career Healing, forgiving parents, Tony Robbins' impact, career journey, podcast closure, 12 step beliefs, and pathways discussed. (0:17:17) - Find Success Without Chasing Numbers Focusing on present, relationships, massive value, forging relationship with father, similarities. (0:31:06) - Prioritizing Boundaries and Managing Energy Boundaries, happiness, health, and clients' "tune ups" are discussed for focusing on the future and building a business. (0:42:59) - Self-Love and Power of Discipline Self-love, discipline, boundaries, and highest leverage decisions discussed for business and parenting. (0:53:02) - The Power of Questions and Detachment Self-love, discipline, detachment from outcomes, and setting boundaries are key to achieving success. (1:00:19) - The Importance of Health and Self-Reflection Mental and physical health, reconnecting with a mentor, giving and receiving truth, self-love and discipline for goals. (1:14:29) - Contact Omar Pinto for Coaching Share stories, coaching and plant medicine to bring joy and laughter.
In this episode, the incredible Jani Clark, sharing deep insights and wisdom on the transformative power of self-love and personal growth. ⭐️ Jani opens up about her journey of overcoming addiction, codependency, and a difficult marriage, all while embracing the learning to become her own best friend. ⭐️ We shed light on how personal growth and processing can accelerate and shift our gifts, leading us to new heights of empowerment. ⭐️ Mental health, healing from past traumas, and the significance of self-care take center stage as Jani shares their own experiences and offers tools to create a safe haven within ourselves. ⭐️ We touch on powerful techniques such as breathwork, energy healing, hypnosis, and reconnecting with our higher selves. ⭐️ We discuss the ability to connect with others' emotions, combined with personal growth, that has allowed us to hold space for deep emotional breakthroughs. ⭐️ We would love to know!
Jordyn Bowman is a 3rd year SPT at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, MI. She used a personal tragedy as an opportunity to help other people, and by doing so, helped her realize what could be possible in the physiotherapy profession. Guiding Light Mission APTA Magazine article "How PTs Can Help Those in Addiction Recovery" Editing help from Chris Shumate. Music by Andy Wicks and Mark Joesting.
Justin McLeod is the Founder and CEO of Hinge, the dating app designed to be deleted. After a few years in management consulting, he attended Harvard Business School, where he was inspired to follow his passion for connecting people. Justin founded Hinge in February 2011 with a mission to create real-life connections. Justin's vision for a more thoughtful experience resonated with singles and Match Group, which acquired the company in 2018.___Get your copy of Personal Socrates: Better Questions, Better Life Connect with Marc >>> Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Drop a review and let me know what resonates with you about the show!Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!*Behind the Human is proudly recorded in a Canadian made Loop Phone Booth*Special props
I am Joe Sealey, a current cast member on "The Real Housewives of Cheshire," a globally televised show seen in 36 countries. While I may appear to lead a glamorous life on screen, my journey has been marked by personal struggles, particularly my battle with addiction to cocaine and alcohol. My story is not just one of success but of resilience, transformation, and the importance of sharing the reality behind the glitz and glamour. My book, "On Days Like These," is a testament to my recovery journey, and it has achieved the remarkable feat of becoming a number 1 bestseller. Through my book, podcasts, and television interviews, I aim to shed light on the darker chapters of my life and how I emerged from the depths of addiction to the life I lead now. It's crucial to me to emphasize that the image people see on television doesn't tell the full story. Life wasn't always about luxury and fame for me. I have faced my share of challenges and setbacks, but I've also discovered the strength within me to overcome them. My experiences have given me a unique perspective on addiction and recovery, and I'm dedicated to using my platform to raise awareness about these issues. I believe that by sharing my story, I can provide hope and inspiration to others who may be struggling with addiction or facing their own hardships. Through my continued efforts, I hope to inspire and support those who may be facing their own battles, showing that with determination and the right support, it's possible to overcome adversity and find a path to a better life. For those interested in learning more about my journey and the message I aim to spread, I've provided three links below: 1. [Daily Star Article](https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/manchester-united-les-joe-sealey-30125279): This article delves into my story, highlighting my journey and the challenges I've overcome. 2. [YouTube Interview 1](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IQf5vfU4IQ): In this interview, I discuss my addiction recovery journey and how it has shaped my life today. 3. [YouTube Interview 2](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bShF-r8IWB0): Another insightful interview where I share my experiences and insights into recovery and personal growth. PART OF THE GOOD NEWS PODCAST NETWORK. AUDIO VERSIONS OF ALL OUR EPISODES: https://theaddictionpodcast.com CONTACT US: The Addiction Podcast - Point of No Return firstname.lastname@example.org Intro and Outro music by: Decisions by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100756 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ #drugaddictionpodcast #alcoholaddiction #alternativetreatment #hopeforaddiction #helpforaddiction #newmaninterventions
Get ready for a captivating exploration of self-discovery and transformation in this episode of Comeback Stories. Join your hosts, Darren Waller and Donny Starkins, along with their special guest, Zach Skow, as they uncover the incredible story of Zach's redemption, a journey profoundly shaped by the life-altering power of rescue dogs. As the co-founder of Marley's Mutts, Zach's personal experience with addiction inspired the creation of a transformative organization connecting dogs and incarcerated individuals. During their discussion, Darren and Zach emphasize the search for purpose in life, spotlighting how Zach's devotion to rescue dogs has grown into his life's core mission. They take a deep dive into the transformative potential of dog rehabilitation and its profoundly positive impact on the dogs and the individuals participating in the program. Take advantage of this inspiring conversation filled with raw emotion and heartfelt moments. Tune in to learn how Zach's story of redemption and the love of rescue dogs have become a beacon of hope and a catalyst for change. ► YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCriVmGIBt38uDKYOL3pmjkw ► iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-comeback-stories-119696372/ ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/inflectionent/?hl=en ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/comebackstoriesshow/?hl=en DARREN WALLER ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/rackkwall/?... ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/rackkwall83?lang=en DONNY STARKINS ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/donny_stark... ► Twitter | https://mobile.twitter.com/donnystarkins #ComebackStoriesPodcast #AllIN #InflectionNetworkSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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When you have been living with addiction, alcoholism, and trauma, divorce is bound to feel and be high conflict. There have likely been many toxic episodes if not seasons. You may know your soon-to-be-ex needs help. So do you.Today we look at the journey from ‘dis-ease' to wholistic health - physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Our guest has journeyed from addiciton to recovery and then through divorce to coparenting. He helps people out of their pain and onto a path that can enhance and enliven their lives.Adam Jablin is a best selling author, Inspirational Keynote Speaker, Transformational Life Coach and Spiritual and Recovery Mentor. In 2006 Adam got clean and sober, which unleashed many gifts he had hidden inside. Adam inspires and teaches those fighting fears, alcoholism and addictions to unleash their INNER HERO.More ways to connect with Adam: Free Gift: Hero 7 video series - Improve your mental, spiritual and physical health by following my 7 Essential Practices for 30 days. https://adamjablin.mykajabi.com/hero-7 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adamjablin/Journey Beyond Divorce Resources mentioned in this episode: Book a Free Rapid Relief Call: http://rapidreliefcall.com Join the Ultimate High Conflict Divorce Summit: https://www.jbddivorcesupport.com/summit2023
Join Kelsie as she sits down with recovering addict, Hailee. Hailee has been on the podcast before (E. 6 - Drug Addiction) when she was in active drug addiction. This time Hailee joins us with a new life and is eager to share it with us! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/picturingpurposepodcast/support
Today's guest is Kallup McCoy II. He is one of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee. Coach Blu and Kallup talk about how faith is a big part of recovery. Kallup's life hit bottom when his dad passed from cancer and then Kallup died from overdose. Narcan and a miracle brought him back to us. He "couldn't stand the person looking back in the mirror". That's when he started to pray. Now he is an inspiration to others. They discuss how important it is to remember those moments in life when you are improving. How it's possible, and very important, to stop and turn around to see how far you have come. Listen to this podcast now to hear this inspiring story. Follow Kallup on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/_recoverylion86/ Facebook. @kallupmoy2 find out more on the Cherokee Nation: Cherokee Nation
A recovering addict himself, Rob Eastman struggled with judgment, breaking free, and painful misunderstanding. He was faced with people who thought that his addiction was just a chemical imbalance, and with those who thought it was just in his head, but he was rarely treated as a whole person. When he was, it changed everything. A certified life coach and personal trainer at Eastman Fitness. Rob's book: “Warrior in the Garden” will be launching on Wednesday, September 27th. “This book is an intimate and powerful look into the life created. Instead of taking what life gave him, Rob overcame, found his path, and now spends his days coaching and inspiring others to create their own meaningful lives. We need more Rob Eastmans! Read this book, and I know you'll agree.” —Matthew Woolley, PhD, clinical psychologist