If you are in recovery the holidays can be tricky. Listen to this podcast to help you deal with some anxiety you for returning home for the holidays. It's the holiday season, which means we have to be fully invested in our sobriety while we hangout with our loved ones. David and Costa talk about
Stacy, shares her story and why Dharma Recovery works for her. Dharma recovery is a peer-led movement and community that is unified by our trust in the potential of each of us to recover and find freedom from the suffering of addiction. We believe that recovery means empowerment, and we support each other as partners
David talks with Certified Professional Coach Eric Johnston from Citizens In Recovery about breaking through trauma by coming to grips with our past and facing the future without shame or guilt.
Greg Champion is 20+ years sober. He works an honest program and has started a sober living and coaching environment called Start Up Recovery in Southern California. Christian and Greg talk about Greg's story and some of the "California" ways of recovery. For more content like this Download the Most High Media App for free! https://get.theapp.co/cpcj On Demand
Dan and David get together to discuss the topic of willingness. Specifically willingness in recovery, not just to get and stay sober, but to continue to do the next right thing throughout the day to maintain a spiritual perspective on life.
David starting drinking and using at a young age as a way to connect with others. After finding "community" in the party lifestyle, David began to see all his friends moving on in life while he stayed being the guy looking for the next high.
Suleimen is a motivational speaker creating awareness regarding substance abuse with his instagram account and street ministry. A powerful story of pain and redemption, and giving back.
Jared started his journey with drugs and alcohol at an early age. He now uses the pain of his past to help others struggling with addiction.
We have all had the experience of an uncomfortable conversation. Where we have had to address or have something addressed about ourselves and our actions. Conflict resolution is not always an easy trait for us addicts and alcoholics. Here we explore the bringing of "Yes, Okay, and Thank You" to our conflicts.
Darin's story is all to common, being exposed to drinking and drugs at an early age. For some the tender age of 6 is a time for imagination, playing outside, and a safe home. For Darin and his twin brother things were very different.