Have you ever been on that “pink cloud,” or have ever heard of Autoimmune Disease? If not, you do not want to miss this interview with Ashlee Whittemore. Ashlee has no fear as she talks about her recovery, her depression, but also her strength and courage! Recording from Austin, Texas, meet Ashlee and find out what “solution” is all about!
If sometimes your recovery feels dull and flat, then episode 33 is for you! My life is great in sobriety but even I can get a little sluggish at times. However, if you are like me, here are 8 questions to ask yourself to get your sobriety back-on-track!
If you are new to sobriety or coming back in, you do not want to miss episode 32. In this podcast I reflect back when I got out of prison, and what my mentality was like coming back in from a relapse. I continue on to discuss one of the main “fears” in sobriety and ask the question, “what are some of your fears of getting sober?”
In episode 31 I had a really spiritual time interviewing Shannon and Randy outside on a 76 acre property that will soon be known as the Windmill Wellness Ranch. This podcast is the first of the many different topics I am going to bring to you from this amazing South Texas recovery center.
In episode 30 of the Keeping it Sober Podcast I talk about the moment when I realized I was completely done with drugs and alcohol and asked for help.
Episode 29 was the first live broadcast in the new Internet Radio station! I talk Tim Tebow and post the question, “Where do we start” in this realm of drug addiction in America?
What exactly is Synthetic Marijuana? In this episode I talk about “what we know” about the chemical compound that is taking America by storm! If you heard about “Spice,” then you have heard about Synthetic Marijuana, and if you haven’t, then you do not want to miss this episode!
In this episode I give you 5 reason why you should become a guest blogger and how to submit your story to my blog. If you want to share your story, then this the podcast for you!
I really enjoyed this podcast because it’s actually a real problem that I face in sobriety. I have lots of friends I drank and used with, and now I have lots of sober friends. I wasn’t sure how that would play-out on Facebook, but I did figure out how to filter old using friends and replace them with new sober friends without drama or deleting my account and starting over. Nobody likes a quitter!
I’m tired of the same old habits and activities that seem to get me know where in life. But before I make new and healthy challenges and changes I need to let go from everything from Facebook to old songs that I’ve been holding on to. There is a bunch, but here are nine things I let go of, starting today!