Badass Bitches Tarot by Cardsy B
Just a week and a half left of the most intense month of 2023...Lessons from May's cards and a peek ahead to Gemini season www.cardsyb.com www.instagram.com/cardsyb
Seltzer Squad - Staying Sober In The City
I had the privilege of sitting down with my incredible friend and author, Tawny, who wrote us a much-needed book about relationships in sobriety. On this episode we discuss the evolution of our definition of sobriety, the writing process and of course DRY HUMPING, Tawny's book.
Episode 130: Techniques For Finding Success And Positive Change with Mike DiamondIn episode 130 of the Sober Vibes podcast, host Courtney Andersen welcomes Mike Diamond to the show. They discuss techniques for finding success and positive change in one's life. Mike also shares his story of addiction and recovery. Mike Diamond is an author, television personality, director, life coach, and interventionist.What you will learn in this episode:Mike's story Techniques to use for finding success and positive changeA Dose Of Positivity The STAMP method Thank you for listening.Reviews help the show. Please rate, Review, and Subscribe to the Sober Vibes Podcast.Thank you to our Sponsors.As a show listener, you get exclusive discounts from our Sponsor. Make sure to check them out and support the show. SOBERLINK, click here to shop and save $50 on your device. Listen to episode 115 to learn more about Soberlink.As a show listener, you receive 20% off your order with EXACT NATURE. Make sure to check them out and support the show. EXACT NATURE, click here to shop and save 20% off with code "SV20." Free shipping on all orders! Please listen to episode 129 with Thomas White to learn more about CBD.To Connect with Mike:WebsiteInstagram Dose of Positivity Book LinkedInFacebook To Connect with Courtney:Follow Sober Vibes on Instagram8-week Coaching Program-Next Level Sober SupportBREAKTHROUGH-30 Day Text/Email SupportThe Ultimate Guide to Sobriety e-bookJoin the women-only Sober Vibes Facebook groupGrab your Free 30-Day Sober Not Boring CalendarGrab your Free Sober Routine ChecklistFree Workshop SeriesFree Mocktail MenuPre-Order Sober Vibes BookCome join the Fix, meetings/personal developmentSupport the show
Chasing Heroine: On This Day, Recovery Podcast
Famous Tiktoker, social media influencer and sober advocate Brittany Jade joins the #nodpod fam today for an incredibly candid interview with Jeannine. Brittany Jade shot to tiktok stardom in 2020 and spent the early years of her sobriety navigating both her recovery as well as the perks and pitfalls of social media fame and recognition. Documenting her personal life and her sobriety journey for the public brought Brittany a lot of reward - and a lot of turmoil and controversy. Brittany speaks openly today with Jeannine about all of it - her marriage, her recovery, the infamous "snark" Reddit page, the end of her well known friendships and more. Watch on YOUTUBE! Brittany Jade on Tiktok Brittany Jade on Instagram Chasing Heroine TikTok Chasing Heroine Instagram
With more than 800 hardcore scenes under her belt, we finally have the privilege of hearing from Jennifer White on the pod! She tells Holly about how innocent shopping on Craigslist got her into the industry, the VIP porn star she used to spray tan, and why she refused to give blowjobs at the start of her career. Then, she opens up about her sobriety journey and how she's in the best place mentally she's ever been! Support our show by supporting our sponsors! Take charge of your health with a new wellness routine! Take a short quiz about your goals and get 50% off your first Care/of order at http://TakeCareOf.com with code HOLLY50. When you need extra confidence in the bedroom, BlueChew is there! Try it for FREE when you use our promo code HOLLY at checkout - just pay $5 for shipping! https://bluechew.com/ Want more from this podcast? Get access to tons of perks by joining my Patreon! We have exclusive bonus content such as live streams of our interviews, early releases, exclusive Q&As, access to my fine art photography and video, plus so much more! Join our community now at http://Patreon.com/hollyrandallunfiltered
The Alcohol Minimalist Podcast
Want some relief from the anxiety you have about your drinking? Get started this week on changing your relationship with alcohol. It's not a quick fix, or magic bullet but with my 7-Day Quick Start Guide To Alcohol Minimalist Living, you'll take action so you can stop worrying. To learn more go to www.mollywatts.com/quickstart.This week on the podcast, I'm adding the 20th episode in the "Alcohol &" Series. We're talking all about Alcohol & Motherhood. What is "wine Mom culture" and what does it mean beyond increased drinking amongst mothers? I'm also sharing some of the lessons I learned from my own mother about alcohol and how I hope that I'm changing her legacy with my own children. Ready to get started on alcohol minimalist living? The 7-Day Quick Start Guide includes the audio version of my book, a seven-day email series and a video training on the 4-S New Belief System. Check it out HERE. Buy Breaking the Bottle Legacy: How to Change Your Drinking Habits and Create A Peaceful Relationship with Alcohol on Amazon or most online retailers. US KindleUS PaperbackUK KindleUK PaperbackApple BooksBarnes & NobleKoboJoin my private FB group Alcohol Minimalists here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/changeyouralcoholhabitHas this podcast helped you? Please leave a review wherever you listen to podcasts! Follow me on Instagram: @AlcoholMinimalist Have you grabbed your free e-book, "Alcohol Truths: How Much is Safe?" Get it here. Low risk drinking guidelines from the NIAAA:Healthy men under 65:No more than 4 drinks in one day and no more than 14 drinks per week.Healthy women (all ages) and healthy men 65 and older:No more than 3 drinks in one day and no more than 7 drinks per week.One drink is defined as 12 ounces of beer, 5 ounces of wine, or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor. So remember that a mixed drink or full glass of wine are probably more than one drink.Abstinence from alcoholAbstinence from alcohol is the best choice for people who take medication(s) that interact with alcohol, have health conditions that could be exacerbated by alcohol (e.g. liver disease), are pregnant or may become pregnant or have had a problem with alcohol or another substance in the past.Benefits of “low-risk” drinkingFollowing these guidelines reduces the risk of health problems such as cancer, liver disease, reduced immunity, ulcers, sleep problems, complications of existing conditions, and more. It also reduces the risk of depression, social problems, and difficulties at school or work.If you' are unsure about whether or not you have alcohol use disorder, please visit the NIAAA for more information.
The Agents of Recovery Podcast
Perspective is everything. Whether it's the way we view our journey in recovery or the way we view life in general, the way we look at things determines the outcome. The guys discuss what it means to have different perspectives, how it's not in your head, and how perspective is such a powerful element of recovery. Take some time to look at your life, relationships and recovery in a different view this week. Our perception of situations can make a difference in our attitude and what we think about life. Our thoughts then create our feelings, which create our actions. Do what you can to change what you think and you will change your world.
My guest in this episode has a lot of range. He enjoys rapping, stand-up comedy, entrepreneurship, consensually punching people in the face, and eating crickets in bar and powder form. Eli Halpern is the CEO and founder of Golden Cricket The World's Most Sustainable Protein Bar. Make sure to check those bars, horchata powder, and merch here: https://goldencricket.com/ And use promo code POSITIVITY to save 15% off of your order! Appreciate the love from the Cricket Lord with the promo code. And follow Eli on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cricketlordmma/ Please support my sponsors! I know them all personally and can vouch for their integrity and quality. -For website design, graphic design, internet marketing, and more check out McWilliams Marketing at http://www.McWilliamsmarketing.com -Use Patnaik Realty for ANY real estate needs you have. I mean anything! Residential, commercial, property management, investments, acquisitions. He does it all. Call Teek at 256-694-0117 or e-mail him at Teek@PatnaikCo.com -Go Check out Valley Leadership Academy and please consider sponsoring their new building! https://www.valleyleadershipacademy.org/ -And if you need some positive and encouraging support on your health and fitness journey, please join me Relentless Positivity Fitness --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/relentlesspositivity/message
We chop up a DEEP question that a listener sent in! Send in your voice memos to firstname.lastname@example.orgSeeing and feeling expansion. Creation - Maintenance - Destruction. The Universe is structured in us as it is in Nature. Consciousness is constantly going through expansion and contraction. Getting pushed into the wilderness. Where your greatest purpose in life is there will be fear. When you get involved with Nature; She nods back. Life is in a constant state of change. "How does God keep you sober"?The doomed nature of addiction/alcoholism. How we get sober does not make any sense. The disease of addiction/alcoholism does not make any sense. It is a walking riddle. If we suffer from something much greater than ourselves then our solution must also come from something much Greater. Flying the UFO with no answer. The function of the 12 steps. Contemplating something great. Opening yourself up to new knowledge. "Let he that be without sin cast the first stone". Curiosity helps you go inward. The Bhagavad Gita. Knowing your faults and continuing to practice them. When the pain gets great enough. Watching the ones you love go through pain. The story of the Gods are within us.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC93nT0ACHVfQGW5-BaLNZMQ https://www.instagram.com/fromthegravepodcast/https://fromthegraveco.com
Real Unicorns Don't Wear Pants
Life is short and Blair Kaplan Venables has a strong desire to do something with her time here on earth! Blair is an expert in social media marketing and the president of Blair Kaplan Communications, a British Columbia-based PR agency. She brings fifteen years of experience to her clients, including global wellness, entertainment and lifestyle brands. She is the creator of the Social Media Empowerment Pillars, has helped her customers grow their followers into the tens of thousands in just one month, win integrative marketing awards and more. She hosts the Radical Resilience podcast and is an international bestselling author. In her free time, you can find Blair growing The Global Resilience Project's community, where users share their stories of overcoming life's most challenging moments. In this episode, Blair shares her incredible story of resilience. Nicole and Blair discuss their experiences with sobriety and how that impacted their ability to create success in their lives. They also discuss the power of words and how to use them to create the life you truly desire. Push play now to hear: ✨ How Blair turned a book into a movement.✨ What it's like to be an accidental entrepreneur.✨ How words are spells. Follow Blair on Facebook, on Instagram, on Twitter, and on LinkedIn.Download Blair's Visibility Roadmap and check out How To Strengthen Your Resilience Muscle.Ready to attract unicorn clients!? Book a call with the Wonder Team!And as always, for more trouble go to Real Unicorns Don't Wear Pants.
Sober Cast: An (unofficial) Alcoholics Anonymous Podcast AA
Clara S. from Los Angeles CA telling her story at the at 19th Annual Singles in Sobriety convention held in Lake Murray OK in September of 2002. Reposted from Feb of 2019. Email: email@example.com Support Sober Cast: https://sobercast.com/donate Next Event: AALA Roundup - lgbtQIA+ at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, May 26-28. With the theme of “Don't take yourself too damn seriously” the AALA Roundup is the perfect opportunity to connect with others who share your experiences and journey towards a fulfilling sober life. https://scast.us/aala AA Event List: https://scast.us/events If you have an AA roundup, retreat, convention or workshop coming up, we would be happy to give you a shout out here on the podcast and list the event on the Sober Cast website. Visit the link above and look for "Submit Your Event" in the blue box. Sober Cast has 2200+ episodes available, visit SoberCast.com to access all the episodes where you can easily find topics or specific speakers using tags or search. https://sobercast.com
John Shea shares his story of addiction and now recovery. John had a chaotic childhood that was extremely unstable. This and other mental health challenges led to years of a substance use disorder. He is proud to be sober and found exercise and fitness helps his recovery. He found Addict II Athlete a few years ago and became a certified Recovery Coach and hopes to apply his training helping vets in New York where he resides. Living with addiction can be incredibly challenging, but it is possible to overcome addiction and build a fulfilling, meaningful life. Here are some tips for addressing addiction problems and learning to love life again: Seek professional help: Addiction is a complex issue, and it often requires professional help to overcome. Whether you choose to work with a therapist, attend support groups, or seek medical treatment, getting help is an essential step in the recovery process. Build a support network: Surrounding yourself with supportive people can make a big difference in overcoming addiction. Whether it's friends, family, or members of a support group, having people who understand what you are going through and can offer encouragement and support can be incredibly helpful. Find healthy coping mechanisms: Many people turn to drugs or alcohol as a way to cope with stress or other challenges. Finding healthy coping mechanisms, such as exercise, meditation, or creative activities, can help you manage stress and build resilience without turning to substances. Set goals and stay focused: Setting specific goals and working towards them can be a powerful motivator in overcoming addiction. It can help you stay focused on the positive changes that you are making and give you a sense of purpose and direction in life. Practice self-care: Taking care of yourself is essential in overcoming addiction and building a fulfilling life. This can include eating well, getting enough sleep, and engaging in activities that bring you joy and fulfillment. Remember, overcoming addiction is a process that takes time and effort. But with the right mindset, support, and tools, it is possible to break free from addiction and live a life that you love.
Badass Bitches Tarot by Cardsy B
Special post-eclipse season manifestation episode with the one and only Nicole Rose. Nicole Rose is a TV personality on HBO Max's The Big Shot with Bethenny, investor and advisor to female-founded companies, is on the board of UNICEF NextGen, and a renowned mindset meditation and manifestation coach. https://nicolerosestillings.com/ https://www.instagram.com/nicolerosestillings https://www.cardsyb.com https://www.instagram.com/cardsyb
We delve into the world of Creed Chameleon, a Fil-Am hip-hop artist originally from Hawaii and now based in Las Vegas. With a unique sound that combines realism and lyricism, Creed has made a name for himself in the music industry, earning accolades such as touring on the prestigious Vans Warped Tour and opening for big names like Tech N9ne, Wu-Tang Clan, and Nas. Recently, he has joined forces with DOTWAV, a super group of talented artists including Bxmbz, Alika Manuel, KennFrancis, Maddmatt, Jojo Flow, and Benny Digital, and their self-titled mixtape project "DOT WAV" has taken the music world by storm. Creed's story goes beyond his musical achievements. He opens up about his personal struggles with sobriety and mental health, the challenges and opportunities he has faced in the music industry, his definition of success, and how he has navigated his cultural identity while pursuing his passion. The episode culminates with an electrifying freestyle performance just for the show! To hear his music: Spotify Apple Music YouTube Instagram New single dropping soon for Mental Health Awareness Month! ==========================================To get our FREE resource: 3 Ways to Reduce Burnout & Boost Well-being, visit colorofsuccesspodcast.com to sign up for our mailing list! Ways you can support the show for FREE: Share our content Join our communities on streaming platforms and social media to give your suggestions on guests and reflection questions: Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts YouTube Instagram LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
In this podcast episode, the host, Jonathan Aymin, talks about his decision to commit to a year of sobriety and how it has impacted his life and business. He shares his experience of doing the 75 Hard program and how it helped him make the decision to quit drinking for a year. Jonathan talks about the physical and mental changes he experienced, such as weight loss, improved health, mental clarity, and emotional toughness. He also discusses the importance of having strong morning and evening routines and encourages viewers to focus on one day, one action, or one workout at a time to achieve their goals. If you are a new or existing wedding venue owner and want a professional team to operate and manage your venue business click here! https://www.cseventservices.com Thanks for checking out The Venue RX! Where we document and share best practices for owning & operating profitable world class venues.
Sobriety: finding the right path, and supports to continue on the journey.
Episode 129: Having an Emotional Dependence on Alcohol In episode 129 of the Sober Vibes podcast, host Courtney Andersen discusses emotional dependence on alcohol. She talks about how emotional dependence starts for all before physical dependence kicks in for others. What you will learn in this episode:Emotional Dependence is real How we can't judge others just because we weren't physically dependentHandling emotions without alcohol Exploring the Dynamics of Emotional Dependence on AlcoholThank you for listening.Reviews help the show. Please rate, Review, and Subscribe to the Sober Vibes Podcast.Thank you to our Sponsors.As a show listener, you get exclusive discounts from our Sponsor. Make sure to check them out and support the show. SOBERLINK, click here to shop and save $50 on your device. Listen to episode 115 to learn more about Soberlink.As a show listener, you receive 20% off your order with EXACT NATURE. Make sure to check them out and support the show. EXACT NATURE, click here to shop and save 20% off with code "SV20." Free shipping on all orders! Please listen to episode 129 with Thomas White to learn more about CBD.To Connect with Courtney:Follow Sober Vibes on Instagram8-week Coaching Program-Next Level Sober SupportBREAKTHROUGH-30 Day Text/Email SupportThe Ultimate Guide to Sobriety e-bookJoin the women-only Sober Vibes Facebook groupGrab your Free 30-Day Sober Not Boring CalendarGrab your Free Sober Routine ChecklistFree Workshop SeriesFree Mocktail MenuPre-Order Sober Vibes BookCome join the Fix, meetings/personal developmentSupport the show
Keep Coming Back - Speaker Meetings
Former Marine with 2 combat tours, Nick came to the rooms homeless, alcoholic and broken with trauma. But today, almost 2 years into sobriety, Nick is changing lives and the world with his true purpose of helping others. Check out live2ndlyfe.comQuotes “I had a hard time distinguishing the difference between religion and spirituality.”“The Big Book has the recipe right in it . . . so all I have to do is just literally follow the recipe.”Referred by: Tim L. (Vol. 140)
Have you gone above and beyond at your job? To the point of sacrificing sleep, personal plans, and perhaps, your moral values?Overworking, also known as workaholism, is when someone is addicted to work. It can also be described as incessant internal and external activity with the underlying belief that if you're not always active, you don't have the right to exist.In this recovery educational series replay, Mental Health Monday, SHE RECOVERS co-founder Dr. Dawn Nickel explains overworking and how to recover from it. She offers support, tools and resources for this addiction that is often thought of as respectable. ABOUT DR. DAWN NICKEL:Dr.Dawn Nickel is a Certified Professional Recovery Coach, with a PhD and consulting expertise related to women and health care policy and the author of SHE RECOVERS Every Day. In her work as a researcher, Dawn has focused largely on exploring how best to support women who experience substance use disorders, mental health issues, and intimate partner violence.Dawn currently identifies as being in active recovery from anxiety, grief, workaholism, and the patriarchy.When she isn't writing, working as a healthcare and social policy consultant, or helping to grow the movement she started, Dawn can be found hanging out at home with her family, walking or hiking, and doing puzzles. Her life goals include “graduating” therapy, writing more books and a screenplay, completing her travel bucket list, and spending quality time with family.EPISODE RESOURCESSHE RECOVERS in ChicagoSHE RECOVERS Every Day Meditations for WomenSHE RECOVERS Together Online Zoom GatheringsWorkaholics Anonymous SHE RECOVERS® Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity and a global grassroots movement serving more than 325,000 women and non-binary individuals in or seeking recovery from life challenges including mental health issues, trauma, and substance use. SHE RECOVERS is dedicated to redefining recovery, inspiring hope, ending stigma, and empowering women to increase their recovery capital, heal themselves, and help other women to do the same.If you found this conversation helpful please consider donating to our lifeline organization or sharing it with others who may benefit. We would love to also receive your rating and review of the SHE RECOVERS Podcast on your favorite platform.Visit sherecovers.org to donate today.
Stop Drinking and Start Living
If believing is seeing that we can create any reality we want. They say is true with alcohol. Our perceptions of the world and what it means to drink less are going to have a direct impact on the emotions fueling drinking less.If we think we are broken, it will be a struggle. If we think drinking less is a form of empowerment and evolution, an act of feminism, it will change how we show up for ourselves and creating change. Getting there can be challenging if you don't have evidence from a first hand lived experience. You need something stronger than a mantra to get you there. Using the values that you already hold true in many other areas of life, will be your bridge to the other side of believingIn today's episode, you will uncover:areas of your life where changing your beliefs changed your resultshow your beliefs about alcohol and quitting are shaping your experiencewhy values are the foundation of your support to get from where you are to where you want to go.ways to apply your values when not drinking.how to find your valueswhat it means to be in alignment to your values the impact it has on your life and relationship to selfIf you want to drink less the easy way, moderation is NOT the way there. You need to know how to take advantage of these warmer days to support you in your transformation. Schedule a private consultation with Mary to learn how to drink less and end the moderation tactics for good. Pick your best date and time HERE. Apply for 1:1 coaching with Mary and schedule your free call HERE to end the shame spiral today so you can wake up with RELIEF and not regret.
CBS This Morning - News on the Go
The Alcohol Minimalist Podcast
This week on the podcast I'm talking all about Mental Health Awareness Month--celebrated in May! The link between mental health and substance abuse is undeniable and we all need to become more aware of the factors that impact our mental health. Resources mentioned come from Mental Health America. https://www.mhanational.org/ Ready to get started on alcohol minimalist living? The 7-Day Quick Start Guide includes the audio version of my book, a seven-day email series and a video training on the 4-S New Belief System. Check it out HERE. Buy Breaking the Bottle Legacy: How to Change Your Drinking Habits and Create A Peaceful Relationship with Alcohol on Amazon or most online retailers. US Kindle US Paperback UK Kindle UK Paperback Apple Books Barnes & Noble Kobo Join my private FB group Alcohol Minimalists here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/changeyouralcoholhabit Has this podcast helped you? Please leave a review wherever you listen to podcasts! This week on the podcast I'm talking about what causes your drinking...and why alcohol isn't the problem. Follow me on Instagram: @AlcoholMinimalist Have you grabbed your free e-book, "Alcohol Truths: How Much is Safe?" Get it here. Low risk drinking guidelines from the NIAAA: Healthy men under 65: No more than 4 drinks in one day and no more than 14 drinks per week. Healthy women (all ages) and healthy men 65 and older: No more than 3 drinks in one day and no more than 7 drinks per week. One drink is defined as 12 ounces of beer, 5 ounces of wine, or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor. So remember that a mixed drink or full glass of wine are probably more than one drink. Abstinence from alcohol Abstinence from alcohol is the best choice for people who take medication(s) that interact with alcohol, have health conditions that could be exacerbated by alcohol (e.g. liver disease), are pregnant or may become pregnant or have had a problem with alcohol or another substance in the past. Benefits of “low-risk” drinking Following these guidelines reduces the risk of health problems such as cancer, liver disease, reduced immunity, ulcers, sleep problems, complications of existing conditions, and more. It also reduces the risk of depression, social problems, and difficulties at school or work. If you' are unsure about whether or not you have alcohol use disorder, please visit the NIAAA for more information.
So many people don't take action on their dreams because the mental games just get in the way. But today's guest did, and it's so incredibly inspiring. Luc Zoratto is a Dad, husband, Boston marathoner, and alcohol-free life coach who helps high-performing professionals and entrepreneurs overcome their limitations around alcohol. Luc gets vulnerable with Karolina today as he shares his story with alcohol and other drugs and how he completely changed his life when he decided to quit 6 years ago, overcoming so many mindset blocks along the way. Now, his work as a coach has truly become a source of purpose, meaning, and legacy. Hear the power of working with a coach and why it could be your life's greatest gift. This episode is brought to you by Wild AF. If you're looking for a deliciously authentic non-alcoholic wine that's all natural, check out Wild AF Wine today, and give their Sparkling Rosé a try! Most companies add in a lot of sugar or juice which can make the final product taste like kid's grape juice, but not Wild AF. They take a California Syrah and make a nonalcoholic sparkling rosé from it that is delicious. And because they don't add in any sugar or juices, it's actually zero calories and zero sugar, so no guilt included. Use code EuphoricAF30 to get 30% off. Try it today. LINKS/RESOURCES MENTIONED Follow Luc on Instagram at @marathon2sobriety and visit his website, where you can sign up for his newsletter and receive his FREE guide to becoming the life of the party while sober. Karolina's free 5-day LIVE workshop series, Ditch Alcohol and Discover Your Purpose, is coming May 29-June 2. Now that you've re-evaluated the role of alcohol, learn how to ask yourself what you really want most in life and how to go after it! Enroll in the workshop here and get your free workbook! Karolina's book is available in hardcover, Kindle, and as an audiobook. Be sure to get your copy of Euphoric: Ditch Alcohol and Gain a Happier, More Confident You today and leave your review. Follow @euphoric.af on Instagram
The Conversation with Adam Weber
Adam is joined by his friend, Passion Music worship leader, Kristian Stanfill. Back in November of last year Kristian shared openly about battling alcohol and that he was 2 years sober. From outward appearances, if there's anyone that you'd think would never struggle with an addiction like alcohol, it's Kristian. Yet even he is human.Adam and Kristian talk about Kristian's journey in a conversation that will give you the courage to address some of the unhealthy things in your life. Or the awareness (and some practical tips) to come alongside someone in your life who's addressing the unhealthy patterns in their lives.If you have a friend or loved one that is battling addiction, and specifically alcohol addiction, take a minute to share this episode with them.Get Passion Worship's new album: https://apple.co/3VMlamASign up for The Crew: adamweber.com/thecrew
Recovery Radio Podcast - KMP3 - Long-Term Sobriety in A.A.
In this episode, I read Emmet Fox's thoughts on what prayer actually does and I relate it to my own experience.
Have you ever felt like you were living a double life, hiding your struggles from the outside world? Today, Laura Cathcart Robbins shares her story of addiction and recovery. She explains how she managed to hide her addiction and continue with her performative life and how the departure from her authentic self led to building scaffolding for her addiction. Despite initially viewing treatment as a performative act, she slowly began to appreciate herself and reclaim the confidence she had lost. Laura touches on how therapy was integral to navigating through addiction and re-framing perspectives on life. Join us as we explore the inspiring journeys of those who have overcome addiction and found their path to a fulfilling life of sobriety! Laura Cathcart Robbins is the best-selling author of the Atria/Simon & Schuster memoir Stash, My Life In Hiding, and host of the popular podcast, The Only One In The Room. She has been active as a speaker and school trustee for many years and is credited for creating The Buckley School's nationally recognized committee on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice. [00:01 - 08:04] Opening Segment • Laura shares her addiction and recovery journey The author of "Stash My Life in Hiding." • Laura managed addiction well on the outside but was isolated and performing • How departure from authentic self-led to building scaffolding for addiction [08:05 - 16:11] The Role of Postpartum Anxiety • Laura shares her struggles with addiction and postpartum anxiety • Growing up as a black person in predominantly white spaces Feeling pressure to represent her entire race • How Laura has now embraced self-love and acceptance [16:12 - 23:43] Navigating Recovery as the Only Black Person in the Room • Being the only black person in the facility in the treatment • Laura's divorce attorney gave her a list of things to do for their case Attending meetings and therapy, which she resented but did anyway • One-on-one support to others on the alcohol-free journey [23:44 - 30:58] Former Addict Credits Therapy for Life-Changing Transformation • How therapy was helpful for her and the therapist was gentle and compassionate Focus on the things that need attention and take the focus off unnecessary things • Coaching can offer simple solutions instead of making things hard on oneself • Laura had never let anyone in on what was going on behind the scenes before therapy [30:59 - 38:42] Laura's Message Resonates with Women of Color • Why Laura felt isolated as the only Black person in AA meetings • The importance of being open-minded and not closing oneself off to those who are different • The mental gymnastics Laura had to do to find what works for her in recovery • Why being a black female mother is triple exhausting [38:43 - 44:56] Closing Segment • The communities and programs that offer alternatives to traditional recovery methods • As long as someone's message speaks to even just one person, that's all that matters • The book has received positive responses from people of color, especially women Want to connect with Laura? Follow her on Instagram and TikTok. Head to The Only One Pod, a change of perspective in how we all see and hear each other's stories! Key Quotes: "I have this ferocious love for my children and this desire to be in their lives. But I've also developed this ferocious love for Ambien and alcohol." - Laura Cathcart Robbins Learn more by connecting with Amanda through Instagram or visit AmandaKuda.com. It's time to unbottle your potential. Apply to work with Amanda. If you liked the show, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, and subscribe through your favorite streaming platform!
Friends In Recovery - Addiction Recovery Podcast
May is Mental Health month with Friends in Recovery (FIR) Friends in Recovery Podcast with our host Jersey Ed and co-host Buckeye Bambi and Super Beth- Did you guess right about which Beth was coming? Let us know in the comments if you were correct. The FIR crew kick off mental health month. Do mental health and addiction go hand in hand. Stay tuned till the end to find out. Please like, subscribe, comment, subscribe, and share this podcast!!! Give a special heart in the comments for your favorite host. Jersey Ed-blue, Buckeye Bambi-purple, Blunt Beth-black and Joe Ortiz-red The race of the hearts continues. Podcast Hotline- 1800-989-6504 Call or text anytime (Nonemergency Number) Jersey Ed's Phone Number- 215-694-1994 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com website- www.friendsinrecoverycommunity.org FaceBook page- Friends in Recovery Community of support Telegram app- Friends in Recovery Community Desperately seeking an intern with website skills. Please send an email for consideration. Great service work for a growing community. Come be part of our FIR family. Looking for bloggers for our website. Send us your blog or information you may want to place on our community page. Find our daily alcoholic anonymous meetings on AA Intergroup under Friends in Recovery at 12pm EST and 7pm EST. Find our daily meetings and specialty recovery meetings on our Facebook page and on our website. Join us for these always inspiring and uplifting meetings. Daily Noon EST Meeting Zoom ID 796 507 466 Password 002020 Daily 7pm EST Meeting Zoom ID 240 661 305 Password 002020 New meeting- Book Club every Monday at 815pm EST The Sermon on the Mound by Emmett Fox Zoom ID 240 661 305 Password 002020 Question Of The Week- Do you feel like you can relax and unwind before bed, or do you have trouble winding down? Donations: Venmo: friendsinrecoveryenterprises Under business Cash App: $friendsinrecovery Mail Donations: Friends in Recovery PO Box 1551 Johns Island, SC 29457 Shout outs: Julia-Beth's amazing boss, Dan P for his birthday and also 1 year of sobriety soon, and Carl and Jersey Ed at Soberpod- what Jersey Ed? Check out Soberpod as our own Jersey fills in for Chelsea. Fire Network- group of podcasts including Friends in Recovery and Soberpod, all focused on recovery with more to join to share information and audiences to reach as many recovering alcoholics and addicts. For information: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Next week: Dr Laura Petracek discusses DBT and alcohol and drug addiction. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/friendsinrecovery/message
Welcome to another episode of the Confident Sober Women Podcast, where we empower and support women in their journey to a fulfilling, sober life. Today, I'm excited to have Harriet Harrer as my guest. Harriet is a renowned speaker, author, and facilitator who's dedicated to inspiring change and bringing miracles to life. Join us as we dive deep into transforming negative thinking patterns and explore practical tools to help you find balance and inner peace.In this episode, you'll learn:The power of embracing oneness and equality in our experiences, pain, and journey to recovery, and how this vision can foster compassion and encouragement for others.The importance of changing our thinking patterns to live well in life, despite the pain and challenges we face.Why stepping out of our comfort zones is crucial for sober, confident women to become the women of integrity and grace they've always wanted to be.Harriet's personal struggles with negative self-talk and how she learned to eliminate negative thinking patterns through daily practice. The "stop sign technique" and other practical tools for replacing thoughts with positive affirmations in the heat of the moment, fostering a calmer mind and body.Don't miss this heartfelt conversation with Harriet, as we explore how to change your perspective on negativity and provide practical tools to help you live a more joyful, connected life. Tune in, learn, and be inspired to step out of your comfort zone, embrace the oneness of who we are, and transform your thinking patterns for a better life. Links:Mel Robbins JournalOne Thousand Gifts - Ann VoskampMiracles of Recovery - Harriet HunterOh, and by the way, if you didn't know, I have an awesome course called Creating Healthy Boundaries; it's affordable, easy to follow, and will make a big difference in how you feel. Check it out here.If you aren't part of the Confident Sober Women Facebook group, it's a great place to be. There are over a thousand other sober women there building lives they don't want to escape from. Come on over and join us.And if you haven't read my memoir, grab a copy today and maybe a second one for a friend. There is so much hope in recovery, and I shared my story so raw and vulnerably so that others would know they aren't alone and that there is a way to live well, manage relationships, parent your kids, and have a healthy body, all while staying sober. Grab a copy of Recovering in Recovery: The Life-Changing Joy of Sobriety wherever books are sold.
Jordon Holdaway (General Manager at The Other Side Builders) joins Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley to talk about how The Other Side Academy is changing how convicts, substance abusers and homeless in the community reacclimate with society through personal behavioral change. Jordon also shares his experiences with learning bad habits while hanging out with the wrong crowd during his elementary years, how he fell in love with the "bad boy" image, and what caused him to chase getting drunk and high throughout his teenage years. He also talks about his first time using meth in an Arby's parking lot, the start of his criminal behaviors during his twenties, and his struggles with staying sober during his time of drug court. Lastly, we talk about Jordon's time in prison and how his time at The Other Side Academy changed his life forever. Related Links: The Other Side Academy: https://www.theothersideacademy.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Adam Jablin is a dynamic entrepreneur that helps people overcome their limitations and unravel their inner Hero. Adam started 'The Hero Project' where his mission is to help you crack through your fears, your denials and connect YOU to your ENTHUSIASM– from the Greek enthousiasmos, meaning “inspiration or possession by a God". Adam in his simplest form is a spiritual trainer that gives you HOPE. He helps YOU move into YOUR new world. Adam has worked one on one with celebrities, athletes, entrepreneurs, musicians, war heroes, and homebodies. We talk our story of how we met. Stepping into a new world of entrepreneurship where there is no playbook. The mistake of fighting for our limitations. Meditation. The solution to making big life decisions. How to step back into our true self. Dealing with haters. The Hero's Journey. How Adam's "The Hero Project" is structured. How the Hero Project helps others step into their true self. Slaying dragons. How did we get here? Why are we here? Radical inventory processes. The road gets narrow. Tony Robbins. Keeping the channel of peace open. The danger of our own narrative. Stepping into whatever is calling you. You have to lean into life. Goodwill Hunting. You have the winning lottery ticket and you're too scared to cash it in. The beautiful state.https://adamjablin.comhttps://www.instagram.com/adamjablin/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC93nT0ACHVfQGW5-BaLNZMQ https://www.instagram.com/fromthegravepodcast/https://fromthegraveco.com
On this MADM, Bri Walker, who just celebrated one year of sobriety on April 21st. On this part two edition, Bri shares more of her experiences on her sobriety journey. I hope that you will listen and share. Sponsor: Bankston Motor Homes BankstonMotorHomes.com
Payton Kennedy works with recovering women, providing inspiration and guidance to expand their recovery and create a life beyond their dreams.She is Dancing Mindfulness Facilitator (Institute for Creative Mindfulness) and creator of SHE RECOVERS Dance, a guided movement experience promoting self-awareness, body positivity, freedom, joy, and empowerment.Payton is a certified Life & Professional Recovery Coach (IAPRC), a SHE RECOVERS Coach & Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher, offering private 1:1 coaching and classes.She has worked with the SHE RECOVERS Foundation for the past six years planning and producing events and retreats. In 2022, Payton created Expand Beyond Recovery, a membership for recovering women featuring trauma-informed movement and curated and original content and activities, all offered within a new and specific theme each month. Her purpose and bliss are expressed through guiding women seeking change and growth to a place of embracing their unique lived experiences and cultivating a resilient, joyful, and expansive recovery journey no matter what they are recovering from. www.paytonkennedy.comPaytonkennedy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Talkin' Rock With Meltdown Podcast
Great to catch up with Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix on Talkin' Rock. We talk about his sobriety and what he does now to fill his time on tour, besides drinking. Is it a rite of passage for rock musicians to go through that? He answers that question. He told me about other sober musicians that helped him along the way. He talks about his addictive personality. We recall OZZfest when they played some 20-odd years ago. The main core of three remains intact in Papa Roach. Jacoby talks about what has kept them together for almost three decades. He grew up in Sacramento, California, and is still there to this day. He tells me why he's stayed in that area of the country. What's it like to be the "rock dad"? That's a title that he has and talks about that. He's very much the family man with his wife and his three boys. He told me about the viral moment his son sang with him on stage a couple of months ago. New music from P. Roach? Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix tells me about the timetable for that and what they're working on now. Enjoy! -Meltdown- https://wrif.com/podcasts/talkin-rock-with-meltdown/
My first microphone conversation with Laura begins with a deep dive into Laura's childhood and how from the Vedic Perspective, we choose our family. We also touch on her experiences with the various health conditions that led her to Vedic meditation and the impact of the practice on her life. Primarily we focus on things like her female-led collective of Vedic meditation teachers, embodiment, and that which we seek already being within us.
Dave Albin is the #1 Firewalk Instructor in America, and he has worked with Tony Robbins for almost 20 years, as his Firewalk captain. His success had a scary and violent path, though: He had a challenging childhood, with adoption, drinking, and hard drugs from his early teenage years, reaching a point in 1988 when he put a gun to his head. He has firewalked hundreds of thousands of people, and he and Tony Robbins set a World Record in London in 2005 walking over 12,000 people. In this powerful episode, I share the incredible transformational journey of Dave Albin, America's number one fire walk instructor, who has worked with Tony Robbins for almost twenty years. Dave's story begins with a challenging childhood, adoption, and early involvement with drinking and hard drugs, culminating in a harrowing moment in 1988 when he put a gun to his head. Dave's journey toward personal growth and development began after seeking help through Alcoholics Anonymous, where he embraced sobriety one day at a time. We delve into how Tony Robbins' Personal Power program served as a catalyst for Dave's personal development journey, and discuss the unique aspects of firewalking that make it such a powerful tool for overcoming fears and fostering personal growth. We also explore the rich history of firewalking and its significance across various cultures around the world, as well as how firewalking is used in corporate settings to resolve tensions and promote unity among team members. Finally, we examine the importance of state management, personal development, and the power of changing one's story. Drawing from experiences with Tony Robbins and various personal development gurus, we emphasize the significance of consistency, rituals, and surrounding oneself with the right people. We also touch on the value of balancing achievement with fulfillment and how personal development has made a significant impact on our lives. Ultimately, the message is that by changing one's story, they can change their life and create a masterpiece. Don't miss this inspiring and transformative episode! ⠀
Why did I want to talk with Kim Bellas of Sober Is The Cool? In 2013, her 15 -year-old started having seizures. Like most teenagers, he enjoyed going to parties and socializing. A significant aspect of these parties was the consumption of alcohol, and her son was unable to drink due to his seizures. As a mother, it was instinctive for her to make him happy by assuring him that alcohol wasn't necessary for him to enjoy himself. It IMMEDIATELY dawned on Kim how hypocritical she was being as she found herself frequently drinking wine. To prove a point to her son, she stopped drinking for 3 months. The time went by quicker than she anticipated and she decided to remain sober for another 3 months. Following 6 months of sobriety, Kim found herself happier than she had been in a while. What started as an example for her son became something Kim decided to commit to for her son and herself. It's now 2023, and Kim is proudly sober for 10 years. Sobriety has changed Kim's outlook on life for the better and has improved both her physical and mental well-being. Her goal is to demonstrate that a SOBER LIFE is an exhilarating one, and anyone can reap the benefits. This is Kim Bellas Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Kim Bellas and Sober Is The New Cool: https://soberisthenewcool.org/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ 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/ Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrities, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2023 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Motivational Voice Podcast | Motivation, Resilience and Life Skills
Your struggles can open the door to greater accomplishments. Evidence of this can be found in this episode where I talk with Jen Gilhoi, an entrepreneur whose' sobriety journey led her to the TEDx stage where she shared her vision of a sober friendly world and how we can make that happen. We also touch quite a bit on what it takes to get on the TEDx stage if you have a message you believe the world needs to hear.
How to accept your past with drinking. We all know we made mistakes, embarrassed ourselves, and failes miserably. How can we move forward and accept that part of our past? Today I talk aboout:Remembering/Reflecting on what you did in your past. Who did it impact? Who might you have hurt? How and why?Forgive YOURSELFHow to Apologize ProperlyDecide to put your best foot forwardShow graditude towards those who stuck it out with youAccept that part of your life and use it as fuel to move forwardIt's Hard Resources: https://www.itshardpodcast.comFollow It's Hard on Instagram if you don't already! I share updates on the episodes, chats about mental health and other parts of my life--go check out https://www.instagram.com/itshardpodcast/Follow It's Hard on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itshardpodcast?_t=8U6RZblQ79X&_r=1Rate, Review and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/its-hard/id1487375933Join me in It's Hard. You'll love it as much as I do. https://it-s-hard.mn.co/feed?autojoin=Get 10% Off your first month at BetterHelp: https://betterhelp.com/itshardEmail us at: email@example.comSubmit your hard thing -- be on the show! https://www.itshardpodcast.com/contactHearts 4 Henry: https://www.instagram.com/hearts_4_henry/Get 15% off BIZZY Coffee: https://www.bizzycoffee.com/collections/shop-all?dt_id=110082Get 10% off Kindlips Chapstick with code ITSHARD: https://kindlips.comGet 15% off your first Gruvi purchase with code ITSHARD: https://www.getgruvi.comGet 15% off your entire purchase of Three Spirits with code ITSHARD:https://threespiritdrinks.com
Recovery Radio Podcast - KMP3 - Long-Term Sobriety in A.A.
It is my experience that unsolicited advice about medication kills people.In this episode, I read from the Big Book, where it states that spirituality can be an incredible health restorative, but goes on to tell us that we should not hesitate to see doctors.
On this Chris Duarte interview: Sobriety and surviving 3 divorces… how accidentally playing as a trio changed his career and his life, Being named one of the top 3 guitar players in Texas & how this changed the game for him, backstory to some of his greatest songs… Why “You gotta will those sounds out,” John Coltrane, “Never say die,” Best decision he ever made, and why he has nothing to prove to anyone, any more. Great, sincere convo! Cool Guitar, Music & ELG T-Shirts!: http://www.GuitarMerch.com Chris Duarte is an incredibly talented, passionate and quite versatile guitarist / singer / songwriter / artist.... with a very high level of musical awareness. He's a phenomenal soloist who's not afraid to inject jazz and unconventional blues fills into his music. Chris has released 14 LPs including his latest record that just dropped, Ain't Giving Up. Subscribe & Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support
Badass Bitches Tarot by Cardsy B
Post eclipse tips, the Hierophant lessons regarding the voices in our head and more. www.cardsyb.com www.instagram.com/cardsyb
As I continue down my winding path of sobriety, It is always a pleasure to meet another person in recovery. In this episode I have the opportunity to make a connection with an another alcoholic Kate. Kate is currently 10 years in recovery and has kept her story a secret and is here on the Many Paths To Sobriety to share her story of her sobriety. Also check out Kate's blog My Secret Sobriety. https://open.substack.com/pub/mysecretsobriety?r=1ss0ai&utm_medium=ios Check out our new website https://mp2sobriety.org Please rate the show 5 stars wherever you we can help spread the word of recovery to others who need it.
Embracing Bliss with Jeff Kober
Special episode, Sobriety and Following the Charm From darkness to light, just a little each day, consciousness can be changed.Embracing Bliss shows us how.Order the book here:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Embracing-Bliss-108-Daily-Meditations-ebook/dp/B09SN8KJ3MFind Jeff here: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jeffkobermeditation/Website - https://jeff-kober.com/
Recovery Radio Podcast - KMP3 - Long-Term Sobriety in A.A.
In this episode I talk about how the AA principles have taught me that a loving act is always a constructive act, and it must travel because it simply cannot be destroyed. It has to keep going. From one person to another. Somehow. It has to keep moving. Unlike fear and hatred, which are always destructive, love only builds and can't be destroyed.
USE CODE: THRIVE25 For 25% off your order of FROPRO Today's guest is Matt Williams, founder of FROPRO snack bars. From day one, FROPRO has been about much more than the smooth, rich peanut butter, and simple, natural ingredients that come together to make up their delicious on-the-go snack bars. They were founded on the very uncomplicated notion that taking part in a community of like-minded individuals; all dedicated to constantly improving their lives, and the lives of the people around them — could only make each of us stronger than we could ever be on our own. This revelation came to light in 2010, after Matt's life changed dramatically. He was arrested for Driving Under the Influence and found himself lost inside a place, where he felt as though life was passing him by. Matt immediately checked himself into rehab — and got down to work. Building on the momentum of the overwhelming outpouring of love and support he received from his friends and family, and most of all — his wife Chelsea, Matt had finally brought together all the ingredients that would make FROPRO the brand and company it is today. FROPRO has always been hand-made to keep those of you on the go — going. Getting you from here to the next step in your dreams with the healthy, delicious, nutrient-dense snack that we've all known and loved since day one. Keep it simple. Eat their bar. And Raise yours. Key Topics Our Human Character defects Identifying & removing character defects Developing Self-discipline Environmental influence on our personalities How did Matt meet his wife? Story of ideation to launch of FroPro Matt's future Goals & Vision Ways to connect with Matt Matt's definition of Thriving
Episode 128: LOTE: Exploring The Impact Of Suicide On Families: A Sad But Necessary Discussion*TRIGGER WARNING* on today's episode. Episode 128 of the Sober Vibes podcast, it's Livin on the El-Edge week, which means the Elledge sister are discussing Suicide and the impact it has on families. Kimberly and Courtney discuss how suicide has impacted their lives. This episode is just a conversation and one that is needed. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and this episode is dedicated to the ones we have lost to suicide. It's important to keep their memory alive and not focus on how they left this earth but on their impact on us while they were here. What you will learn in this episode:An open conversation about suicide How suicide has impacted Courtney and Kimberly Trying to make sense of itRemembering the moments of the loved oneWe hope this episode helps you today.Please call 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline if you or you know someone who is struggling. Help is here. Thank you for listening.Reviews help the show. Please rate, Review, and Subscribe to the Sober Vibes Podcast.Thank you to our Sponsors.As a show listener, you get exclusive discounts from our Sponsor. Make sure to check them out and support the show. SOBERLINK, click here to shop and save $50 on your device. Listen to episode 115 to learn more about Soberlink.As a show listener, you receive 20% off your order with EXACT NATURE. Make sure to check them out and support the show. EXACT NATURE, click here to shop and save 20% off with code "SV20." Free shipping on all orders! Please listen to episode 129 with Thomas White to learn more about CBD.To Connect with Kimberly:InstagramTo Connect with Courtney:Follow Sober Vibes on Instagram8-week Coaching Program-Next Level Sober SupportBREAKTHROUGH-30 Day Text/Email SupportThe Ultimate Guide to Sobriety e-bookJoin the women-only Sober Vibes Facebook groupGrab your Free 30-Day Sober Not Boring CalendarGrab your Free Sober Routine ChecklistFree Workshop SeriesFree Mocktail MenuPre-Order Sober Vibes BookCome join the Fix, meetings/personal development Support the show
You Are Not Alone - A Recovery Podcast
My relationship with alcohol was to the only unhealthy relationship I had. I likely drink too much coffee. Fortunately, it does not ruin my life. I loved pain pills. I smoked for a short time. I used all those substances like how I used alcohol to change how I felt. Food is another thing that I handled “alcoholically.” I've struggled with my weight from childhood and Steve has too. There are some types of food that make my body react the way alcohol does. Sugar is definitely one of them.I've lost weight when I've controlled my food. My weight goes up when I enjoy my food.I'm sure there are many of you like this, who don't just struggle with booze, you struggle with other things like food.Victoria Yates is a registered nurse and nutritional coach. Victoria addresses healthy food habits differently than others. She is not into fad diets, calorie counting and fasting. Victoria practices a principal called Intuitive Eating, which is about listening to your body and feelings when eating. After all, gaining or losing weight is not all about the amount we eat, it's about the feeling food gives us.I know for this alcoholic, food is another solution to my feelings, just like alcohol.In this episode:Victoria tells us about how she had a poor relationship with food and her own body, leading to an eating disorder for 8 years of her lifeHow the book, Intuitive Eating changed her lifeWhat she preaches to her clientsHow you have to be willing to fail in trying to lose weightAnd how you have to throw out everything you've learned about the “right way” to eatYou can connect with Victoria Yates at her website, victoria-yates.com and on Instagram at @nondiet_RNCheck out Victoria's show The Redefining Health Podcast wherever you get your shows. We have a favor to ask. The new Sober Friends website is up. At the bottom of the front page is a sign up for our weekly newsletter. We are starting an email newsletter to open up a dialogue with you and to communicate all the great stuff we have planned in 2023. Please help us out by signing up for the newsletter. Do you find value in what the Sober Friends Podcast does? Consider buying us a coffee at buymeacoffee.com/soberfriendspod. Your donation helps us with hosting and website fees and allows up to maintain our equipment. You keep us on the air for the new guy or gal.Support the showIf you love our podcast, SMASH that follow button! Give us a review on Apple Podcasts and a rating on Spotify. Follow us on Instagram @soberfriendspod. Connect with the show at soberfriendspod.com. On Post.News @soberfriendspod. Your financial support at Buymeacoffee/Soberfriendspod, keeps the show in the ears of the new guy and gal.
Meet Laura Cathcart Robbins, an inspiring writer and speaker who advocates for representation and inclusivity in addiction recovery for people of color. Laura has transformed her personal journey into a message of hope and resilience that has touched the lives of countless individuals. Her powerful storytelling, vulnerability, and candid approach to her writing have made her a sought-after personal essayist and author of a captivating memoir. Laura's passion for promoting empathy and understanding within the recovery community is evident in her dedication to fostering inclusivity, making her a remarkable guest and champion for change. In this episode, we discuss: Learning to distinguish between intuition and instinct How she was able to claim her recover for herself as opposed to for others Finding the creative outlet of writing and reading to help her connect with her authentic self How she found herself at the intersection of race, privilege, and addiction Understanding the importance of inclusivity and representation in overcoming addiction For more info, click here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jay Mohr joins Adam Ray for a new episode of the About Last Night Podcast! Jay talks about his battles with addiction, getting engaged to Jeanie Buss, his experiences in comedy and Hollywood legends like Al Pacino and Chris Farley. Jay began his career as a stand-up comedian in the late 1980s and early 1990s, performing in various comedy clubs across the country. Jay gained wider recognition in the mid-1990s when he joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live" for two seasons. Mohr's impressions of celebrities such as Christopher Walken, Sean Connery, and Dick Vitale were particularly popular among audiences. In addition to his work on "Saturday Night Live," Mohr has appeared in numerous films and television shows, including "Jerry Maguire," "Pay It Forward," "Ghost Whisperer," and "Gary Unmarried." He has also hosted several TV shows, including "Last Comic Standing" and "Jay Mohr Sports." Jay is also known for his work as a radio host. He hosted a sports talk show on Fox Sports Radio from 2013 to 2016, and he currently hosts a daily podcast called "Mohr Stories," where he interviews fellow comedians and celebrities. Follow Jay on Instagram @JayMohr37 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast)
Nikki Sixx is a legendary musician, bestselling author, devoted father, and the founding member and bassist for Mötley Crüe, one of the most successful rock bands in history. Nikki is not only a successful musician but also an advocate for addiction awareness, mental health, and personal growth. Today, he joins Larry to talk about his journey as a father and husband, his sobriety for 22 years, and the advice he would give to the current generation of teens. Embracing sobriety can lead to unexpected benefits in our lives. For Nikki Sixx, sobriety transformed his life in more ways than he could have ever anticipated. He shared his experience of becoming sober and how it has enabled him to explore new opportunities and passions. Remarkably, he mentioned that he never thought he would write books, participate in photo exhibits, and showcase his photography in galleries. Furthermore, he highlighted the importance of managing his time and not diverting attention away from his family. The most astonishing benefit Nikki has observed from sobriety is the courage it provided him to confront his issues and be honest about them. He emphasizes that facing our issues is the key to changing our lives and those of the people around us. Additionally, he talks about how we can use sobriety to create healthier and more fulfilling lives, simplify our lives, and focus on the present moment. In essence, sobriety is a gift that should be wholly embraced, as it can bring unexpected benefits to our lives, such as the courage to face our issues, the creation of a healthier and more fulfilling life, and simplification of our lives. Sobriety can help us establish a life of joy and freedom. By concentrating on nature and simplicity, we can create a more meaningful and fulfilling life. www.thedadedge.com/420 thedadedge.com/alliance