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Putting Recovery On The Map

05-08-19 | By

Life After Nine Years of Sobriety w/ Tim Stoddart – Episode 104

Tim is an entrepreneur, blogger, podcast-guru, person in long-term recovery, and owner of this website – Sober Nation.

In this episode, Tim talks about his struggle through addiction and takes us through the journey of what happens when a young persons thinking when they become addicted to opioids. After Tim’s Mom was diagnosed with cancer, he came to realize his actions were hurting more than just him.

With nearly a decade sober, Tim isn’t slowing down anytime soon, however gives us an inside look about his goals ten years ago versus his goals today and gives us perspective into the challenges he faces within his recovery today.

Finally, the conversation winds down with Tim’s views on addiction, and the struggle to maintain sobriety in todays world.

In this episode we talk about…

  • Breaking through fear to get to a higher place
  • Making critical decisions for your life
  • Opioids today and young people
  • Sober Nation – the story of how Tim built it.

Show Notes

Tim’s website – Tim Stodz

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