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Putting Recovery On The Map

10-19-15 | By

What Does Courage Look Like In Sobriety?

Courage in sobriety
Recovery Elevator Episode 35

As I get to know people in recovery, meeting people in meetings, talking to people on this podcast, reading the stories from others who are making it in sobriety, I see the unmistakable common thread of courage.

We alcoholics in recovery are some of the toughest, focused, faith-filled bad asses around. That is not a myth, it’s a fact.

Maybe it’s because we have learned how to live with pain.

I like to think of this hard-earned courage as one of our secret weapons that a lot of people outside sobriety haven’t had the experience to cultivate yet in life.

Listen to the podcast to learn more about courage and about yourself.

In this weeks Recovery Elevator podcast I will interview Jason

  • Learn about what brought Jason to his bottom.
  • Learn how Jason stays sober a day at a time.
  • How Jason got through his first few days of sobriety.
  • Staying away from looking too far into the future.

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