God grant me the serenity to rock the house down tonight. The sobriety podcast all about feeling awkward and doing it anyway. Join mum bloggers, Vic and Lucy, on this very relatable podcast about what it feels like being sober in a world soaked in alcohol. Each week they’ll discuss different boozy topics, anything from first sober social events to what it’s really like to live an alcohol-free lifestyle. After trying to get sober for nearly 10 years, Jessica is here to share her experiences along the way to complete and utter sobriety from health and fitness to relationships, dating and even sober sex.
The two also speak about the ripple effect of speaking up and why, as a former pro-athlete in recovery, Chris is inspired by Olympic gymnast Simone Biles’s stand against mental health stigma. As a competitor, Cheryl was taught that showing emotions is a sign of weakness, and turned to alcohol as a way to soothe anxiety and uncertainty. Tune in as Elizabeth and Cheryl talk about the ways drinking fosters emotional disconnection, growing up with addiction in the family, the events that led Cheryl to put down alcohol for good and how she has come to find strength in vulnerability. Zachary shares that after living with anxiety and depression for most of his life, he turned to substances to mask childhood trauma. After experiencing a life-altering panic attack, he sought out therapy which he credits with saving his life.
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- At just six months old, Jamie’s mother passed away, leaving Jamie to grow up with an overwhelming feeling of loneliness – a feeling that followed him for his entire life.
- Today, as the director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the National Institutes of Health, she speaks out regularly about how important it is to share these stories to help other families impacted by addiction.
- Elizabeth and Zac revisit his journey, from faking illnesses to gain access to prescription medications to finding happiness in real life, making a career out of helping others with addiction, and even falling in love on reality TV.
Have you quit drinking and are looking for some sober inspiration? Listen to me and my guests share our profound experiences in sobriety after having been trapped in the bondage of addiction & bondage of self. We share how surrendering to what we could not control and reaching out for help helped us find recovery. We are so grateful for a better, easier, and more peaceful life in sobriety and want to help others.
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A fighter in every sense of the word, boxing champion Mia St. John encountered addiction from a young age, growing up with a father who struggled with drinking and attending her first Alcoholics Anonymous group when she was just twelve years old. Years later, she witnessed her son’s struggle with mental illness and a cycle of substance use as self-medication. Day 7 of the 14 days to building self-esteem, the 3 best recovery podcasts, losing your temper, and how to insult your audience so that they never want to listen to your show again. With 7 years of sobriety under her belt, Magz Shores is the creator of the popular blog and recovery site SoberCourage.com.
In the early 2000s, Ryan Hampton was homeless and struggling with an opioid addiction, wondering how he had gone from working as a White House staffer to begging for change on a California street corner. A decade later in recovery, Ryan found himself at the epicenter of Purdue Pharma’s bankruptcy settlement, fighting for justice in a case that gripped a nation in the midst of an overdose crisis. Now four and a half years into recovery, Darren has started a foundation to help youth struggling with addiction, has helped a teammate into recovery and looks back on his past with gratitude and without shame. Join Elizabeth as she speaks with Darren about the value of honesty in recovery, the importance of humility, and why he does not wish to shut the door on his past, but rather, sees it as the greatest possession he has. Tune in as Sam speaks to Elizabeth about the reasons behind the explosion of fentanyl; the connections between methamphetamine and mental and physical illness; and why he believes we have yet to fully confront the realities of methamphetamine addiction. In this episode of Heart of the Matter, host Elizabeth Vargas speaks with Dan about his journey to finding justice, turning his grief into action and how families can help address the opioid crisis in their communities.
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Get the latest research on addiction and recovery and learn about all the different ways people are using to get sober today. The Original Sober Pod Recovery Podcast is a podcast about recovery that doesn’t sound like a podcast about recovery. We are not experts or professionals, just a varying number of deeply flawed individuals with good intentions. If you want to hear about the 12-steps, check out the podcast’s Season 2 for our year’s long coverage (50+ shows). And it goes without saying… We do not speak for any recovery groups or organizations, and, as always, we encourage you to listen in moderation. 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.
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Shane discusses how to keep hope alive and shares other interesting thoughts in this freestyle session. Are you fighting for yours, or are you letting the chaos of life punch you in the face? In this episode we discuss some simple tips to help you go to battle. “Joey Gladstone” is practically a household name, everyone knows the fun-loving Full House character. But Dave Coulier, the actor’s actual name, may not ring a bell. Even fewer people may recall that Dave is a recovering alcoholic.
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Harold also shares tips for what parents and physicians can do to address and strengthen a child’s mental health. Harold shares that one in five children and adolescents struggle with mental health or learning challenges and unfortunately, over 70% of U.S. counties do not have child psychiatrists available to help alleviate this growing crisis. The guys also go over day 8 of the «14 Days To Building Self Esteem». Sober Grid combines peer support coaching, its online community, digital therapeutics, and a digital library of mental health resources to help individuals achieve long term recovery. This is a podcast about a young female going through the struggles of getting sober and staying sober.