A story of redemption, reconciliation, faith and hope. Sandy talks about her recovery, reconciling with a God of her understanding and dealing with hardships in recovery.
How important is it to have authentic connection in recovery? Some have even gone as far as to say that the opposite of addiction IS community. Here we share what we have found in a community of like minded addicts and alcoholics. And YES! you have to stand out there after a meeting and get
We want to please our parents, society, we want to fit in and have a sense of belonging. Unfortunately for addicts and alcoholics nothing quite feels as right as a drug or a drink.
Consistency, Predictability, and Reliability. These character traits are key to rebuilding old relationships and establishing new ones. For addicts and alcoholics keeping the peace whenever possible is important.
Addicts seem to have a disease of perception. Although they are not unique in this dis-ease there responses to every day thought and emotions are lets say... extreme. In this visual episode Brian and Christian talk about self judgement, character defects, referring to yourself as an addict and much more.
This is an interview between someone with 8 month sober and another with 29 years sober. One of the realest podcasts we have ever recorded. It was recorded on Dog Island Florida during a 12 In 2 Workshop. The audio quality wavers at times, but the information is powerful!
As a modern reverend, Sarah's goal is to help you connect with the higher power of your own understanding, by whatever name you call he, she, or it. It's what you believe that is important. So, I'm here to honor that connection, rather than to tell you what you are "supposed to" believe. Here is
In this podcast filmed right on the beach with crying babies and the noise of the ocean. Dean, Dan, and Christian talk about how science and God intersect. Their own interpretation of "Higher Power" and how in recovery all you really need to know is you are not God. Download the Most High Media App
Reid's story is one of redemption and community. What happens when people live the principles set forth by the 12 steps and help each other.
Adam, James, and Christian talk about honesty in the rooms and the importance of being transparent as possible since sometimes, we don't know what honesty actually is. Also we talk about why the American Christian church is not as welcoming as a 12 step meeting.