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The Beyond Belief Sobriety Podcast features stories of interest to people seeking a secular path to addiction recovery. We post episodes each week featuring a personal recovery story or an interview with an author or expert in addiction science. In addition to the audio podcast episodes posted here, we also live stream on Friday night at 7:00 pm Central. You can support our podcast by becoming a member of our YouTube Channel or a supporter on Patreon.
 
Sobriety, Recovery, Addiction Recovery, what's the difference? Deciding to get sober is not the same as being in recovery. Developing a growth mindset, cultivating courage, being decisive, taking action, embracing discipline, exercising flexibility, and embodying tenaciousness - all of these principles (and more) are part of fostering your best self through your addiction recovery program. Join me as I share my journey through addiction recovery and that of other's through conversations, lif ...
 
How is life experienced after five, ten, 20 years of sobriety? What did it take to get there, and how do you keep complacency at bay from the safe, solid foundation of long-term recovery? Through engaging dialogue with recovering addicts and alcoholics in differing stages of recovery, host Howard M. walks listeners through various “seasons” of sobriety, and what it takes to persevere through fears, resentment, sadness and joy. We all plateau and must commit to perpetual progress; Seasons of ...
 
I share my experience, strength and hope with you regarding my own recovery from alcoholism through the 12 Steps in Alcoholics Anonymous. By the grace of God I've remained sober since I was 18 years old (1989). I started drinking and using drugs very young. I got sober during a time when there were not a lot of young people in AA. Moreover, I was homeless. I got sober in the very same location I drank. I'm passionate about recovery, and about sharing my incredible experience with others in e ...
 
Welcome to my Podcast! A little bit about me and why I am doing this. All my podcast will be short-never more than 15 minutes. I will be talking about my own personal experiences on topics such as depression, anxiety, spirituality, emotional sobriety, parenting, and marriage to name a few. I think that the only thing that is truly unique to me is my personal journey and my personal story. My vision is that as you listen to my experiences and struggles, you will find value for yourself. *Disc ...
 
I'm just a regular guy on a journey to understand addiction, myself, and how to be a well-adjusted man in the modern era. Each week, I'm joined by people a lot smarter than me to help me learn about mental health, masculinity, substance abuse, wellness, and more.
 
Sober Ventures is for anyone in recovery from substance or alcohol abuse. We feature stories of inspiring entrepreneurs and individuals making wonderful things happen in their life and for others in their sobriety. We are listener powered, so if you'd like to share your story, just send an email to soberventures@gmail.com and we'll get your story out to the world. We are all stronger in this together. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soberventures/support
 
Beyond Sobriety brings hope and help to anyone with a loved one that struggles with substance abuse. If you're looking for ways to help them find freedom from addiction, this is the show for you. We tackle the real-life issues you face as you care for your loved one. We give you Bible-based advice based on years of travelling down the road of addiction and addiction treatment ourselves. Your host, Jim Quigley struggled for many years with drug and alcohol abuse and found life transformation ...
 
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In this episode, we meet Susie Darin from the Online Soberish Book Club, a monthly, international, free, alcohol-free, sobriety-focused book club, open to anyone on the spectrum of questioning their relationship with alcohol. The group meets via Zoom, and in non-social distancing times, those in Tampa Florida can opt to meet in person and hang out …
 
Ep 114 - Don't release what makes you happy when stress and anxiety constrict around you. When emotions overwhelm some people find themselves laid up in bed or on the couch unable to get up and do much of anything. The irony of that lack of action is that the very thing that you loved to do before the funk, the stress, and/or the depression laid yo…
 
In this installment of The Way Out we bring you a remarkable, incredibly useful, and yes desperately needed discussion on how couples can build healthy, meaningful relationships in Recovery. It was a true pleasure and honor to interview Author and Attorney Chantal Juavin, whom, along with her husband Bill has navigated their own and collective reco…
 
In this episode, I continue with the information from the "What Does the Big Book Say?" workshop. In this episode: Step Nine - Our real purpose - Going to enemies - Dodging creditors - "Painstaking" - Promises, promises저자 Recovery Radio - KMP3
 
From polarized political ideologies to racism, classism, sexism and homophobia, it sometimes seems like the fragile threads that hold a society together are near the breaking point. It is almost enough to make a happy person in recovery relapse. Except - that at the heart of most recovery programs is a philosophy of tolerance, empathy, and service …
 
omm388.resistance > saturday morning. i was lounging in bed this morning and thought, hey, i should do something productive. like get up? nah. i’ll record an audio from bed instead! and this audio is about feeling resistance to doing hard things, the origin of the ‘wolfie’ voice, and why you have to learn self-care (or else it’ll blow your house do…
 
In this episode, Angela and I talk about what makes a 12-Step group unique and effective. Our conversation is based on a chapter from the book, The Alternative Twelve Steps: A Secular Guide to Recovery, by Martha Cleveland, PhD., and Arlys G. What we talked about The uniqueness of 12-Step groups. • Each person works a self-directed program. There i…
 
Ep 113 - Is happiness an emotion, a mood, a state of mind? I have said, many times, that I think seeking happiness is a fool's errand because emotions are fleeting and constantly making it your goal to be happy would require you to always be in the emotion of happy - and the human experience doesn't open us up for happiness 100% of the time. What i…
 
In this rendition of The Way Out our tremendous co-host Jason interviews woman in long term recovery, Jennifer Leone. Jennifer is truly an open book as she shares how she came back from the ashes of addiction and childhood trauma to find herself, rebuild her relationships, develop a stellar career, and found a powerful voice that she uses to help o…
 
In this episode, I continue with the information from the "What Does the Big Book Say?" workshop. In this episode: Step Eight - Happens in Step Four - A statement rather than a Step Thank you for 80, 000 listens! My website and Instagram.저자 Recovery Radio - KMP3
 
Ep 112 - Creativity is an inherent desire every human strives to fulfill within themselves. How we define creativity could use some clarification and I am here to guide you toward that outcome. I reference the Netflix movie, "The Creative Brain," so for a more in-depth discussion on this topic I encourage you to head over there and check it out. It…
 
Matt didn’t ease into alcoholism. He got drunk the first time that he drank when he was in the seventh grade. By the time he was in high school, he was taking all the drugs and alcohol he could find, and at the age of fourteen or fifteen, he realized that he needed to stop. He managed to stay sober for short periods of time, and this on and off sob…
 
In this edition of the The Way Out we have an incredibly brave, honest and enlightening interview with someone that has recently begun their journey of recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. When this interview was recorded, Hope Collaton had a collective 104 days clean and 69 days sober – and it’s important to stress they were not continuous, a…
 
In this episode, I continue with the information from the "What Does the Big Book Say?" workshop. In this episode: Steps Six & Seven - Statements more than Steps - God removes - Third Step Prayer My website and Instagram.저자 Recovery Radio - KMP3
 
In this episode, I continue with the information from the "What Does the Big Book Say?" workshop. In this episode: Step Five - Life and death errand - Hard on ourselves, considerate of others - Confirms we're being honest with ourselves and with God My Website. My Instagram.저자 Recovery Radio - KMP3
 
Mari Q. shares her story of addiction and the phases of her development over the many years she has been in recovery – a process she describes as a healthier practice. The Twelve Steps are only one piece of her recovery, there is a lot more that she learned outside of Twelve Step meetings that she incorporates into her recovery. What we talked abou…
 
This week we’ve got a truly extraordinary interview for you with two brothers in long term recovery from alcoholism and addiction. We hear what it was like for these brothers to grow up in the same house, with a single Mom and Dads that were either barely there, or not there at all. That’s right folks, our exceptional co-host interviews his younger…
 
Ep 111 - Do you feel the desire inside you to heed the call of your purpose. Having a clear view and embracing what sparks you up and seeking it out - that is your purpose calling you. It is the solid feeling that your journey is not bound by a destination, rather by the experiences that come from truly living in your seat of wise-minded empowermen…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, we’ve got an incredibly special interview with a person in long term recovery from the Native American Indigenous Community. His Native American name is Wanbdi Gdeska, which translates to Spotted Eagle, and he’s otherwise known as Michael Oconnor. Michael’s journey through and to this point in his recovery is both st…
 
In this episode, I continue with the information from the "What Does the Big Book Say?" workshop. In this episode: Step Four - sex - What it says to write - Going forward, we subject each relation to a simple test - God alone is the judge - The right answer will come from within if we want it My website is here. My Instagram is here.…
 
In this episode, I continue with the information from the "What Does the Big Book Say?" workshop. In this episode: Step Four - fear - List fears - I'm afraid because I'm playing God - Demonstrate what God can do - Ask God to remove fear - Direct attention to what He would have me be저자 Recovery Radio - KMP3
 
Ep 110 - I am not looking forward to this moment, to this action, but I am looking forward to the aftermath, what I will receive or become after I do this or this is done to me. This quote from the Yellowstone TV show sparked me to bring this topic to you around my principle of 'Be Decisive.' You have a choice, every second of your life, to do one …
 
There is a well publicized and somewhat controversial situation involving a newcomer to sobriety who has been speaking out on TV and Radio. We live in a 21st century technological 24/7 connected world, where a newcomer can leverage the Internet and broadcasts to reach audiences of millions - we shouldn’t condemn them - we should encourage and admir…
 
omm387.moderation.doesnt.work > this audio is about mental health, compulsive behaviours, and how moderation doesn’t work. i share how reading an article in New York magazine about an author had me thinking the whole time: this is a story about addiction, compulsion, obsession. it’s so surprising how many times we go down the rabbit hole of THIS SH…
 
omm386.decision.making > This audio is about how you make decisions. i talk about that feeling in the pit of your stomach when you’re trying to decide what to do. and how this is relates to quitting drinking and is maybe keeping you stuck. ~ my book > www.100daysoberchallenge.com free daily emails > https://www.tiredofthinkingaboutdrinking.com face…
 
Modern 12 Step Recovery: Alcoholics Anonymous for the 21st Century, published in January 2021, provides a contemporary introduction to Alcoholics Anonymous and the Twelve Steps. In this episode, I had a conversation with the author, Glenn Rader who talked about why he thinks it’s important that AA and the Twelve Steps be framed within the context o…
 
In this episode, I continue with the information from the "What Does the Big Book Say?" workshop. In this episode: Step Four - resentment. - Making real that other people are also spiritually sick - What to do when someone pisses you off - Disregard the resentment - Your inventory begins저자 Recovery Radio - KMP3
 
Seth Perry started using drugs and alcohol as a teenager to feel acceptance, and later to manage the symptoms of bipolar disorder, but after his addiction spiralled into drug psychosis and damaged his relationships with friends and family, he got clean. Then, a chance meeting put him on the path to becoming a pastor, and now he helps recovering add…
 
This week our magnificent co-host Jason has a genuinely instructive interview with person in long term recovery, Jesse Plumley. Jesse’s story of overcoming his battle with drugs and alcohol reinforces truly universal truths about alcoholism, addiction and what it takes to achieve durable recovery. We must, as Jesse did, admit to and face the fact w…
 
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