He’s endlessly fascinated by the messiness of being human, and he finds people who are vulnerable and honest about their struggles and shortcomings to be incredibly sexy. Celebrate, above all, the challenges and setbacks that ultimately sober network properties lead to growth and betterment. More than a decade of sobriety, a degree in Anthropology, and four years of improv training. Dax will attempt to discover human “truths” without any laboratory work, clinical trials, or data collection.
Join Liv and Tiffany as they discuss everything it means to be in recovery and thrive independently. Through lively discussions — based on lived experiences, research, and experts in the field — they unpack the ways recovery has been limited. Their mission is for you to be empowered to find your recovery, your way.
The Daily Llama’s Weekly Word of the Day and Meditations
She’s the author of the award-winning adventure/thriller, The Last Cruz, its up-and-coming sequel, Grief and Grace, and her latest contemporary fiction, Life of Cyn. Her first book, a coming-of-age memoir, is called Lightning in my Wires. In this episode of the Sober Podcast, we hear from Christina Ouyang, who embarked on her sobriety journey on January 14, 2020. At just 8 months into her sobriety, tragedy struck when her fiancé, the person who had encouraged her to seek treatment, succumbed to an overdose. Obstacles in both addiction and recovery and shares his journey today with Jamie.
I previously predicted that their podcasts, hosted by Laura Willoughby will become one of the most popular amongst the sober and sober-curious community and they are smashing this prediction with their audio and ‘Quit Lit’. At the time I stopped drinking alcohol I needed as many books, blogs and tools available to me as possible. Gillian Tietz, host of the top 50 mental health podcast Sober Powered, has started a podcast network. The Sober Powered Media Podcast Network helps podcasters with marketing, audience growth, and monetization.
Time Takes Time: How To Find Humility
The episodes are centred around experiences of AA members and their 12-step recovery process. I would highly recommend this podcast to anyone interested in AA and understanding about recovery. It may not be for everyone, but I always advocate an open mind and you will be able to pick up some fantastic advice and tips on sobriety even if you are not religious.
- Co-hosts Liv and Tiffany want to empower people to reclaim their identities and be proud of how they identify, the recovery they choose, and their wellness goals.
- He’s a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified sex addiction therapist who hopes to help folks in recovery by speaking his truth on this very show.
- One significant difference between AA and alternative programs is the structure.
- A comedian who is in recovery and focuses her content on sobriety and Covid-19.
- Ian has a long history of working in the restaurant industry of 15 years, where drinking is soci…
Join host Jamie Brickhouse as he delves into this profound conversation and encourages you to embrace these valuable lessons. I especially enjoy the mixture of people from all forms of recovery and addiction professionals. The stories on sobriety and addiction are incredibly eye opening and help fuel my own recovery. Suzanne has created a wonderful community for moms that are looking for support and relatable conversations about quitting drinking.