We bring the AA Speaker to the microphone and record their story of hope and recovery, creating “Speaker Tapes” for this generation. Website: KeepComingBack.net
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Tara didn’t start drinking until college, and within a few years her life and all her decisions revolved around alcohol. It was her sheer desire to have a different life that brought her to the program and the actions of the 12 steps. more
A 35-year drinking career brought Bryce to the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous. He has struggled to remain sober, but he knows and shares here what the tools are and how to use them – when life brings him to his knees today, he knows what to do when he... more
Nathan found sobriety at only 22 yrs, though he still very much experienced the darkness of alcoholism. And with a sequence of good choices and rehab, he actively turned his life around and continues to maintain his journey of recovery. more
I couldn't listen to the all of this podcast. the amount of times she says the f word is so discouraging. it reminds me of the way I talked when I drank. doing the program and the 12 steps is a complete change. if you can't get through an hour without saying the f word I don't want to listen. she says it at least 40 times whe. I turned it off. I listen to podcasts all the time and this was embarrassing because my kids were around.
Very good 12th step tool and reflective tool for individuals who have long term sobriety. I have a list of really really good ones and share them often. Lots of diversity…however noticed lots of west coast and some east coast…southeast would have some interesting perspectives on recovery as well.
I just listen too a podcast of a person who got sober a month before I did in 2002. I really felt she was telling my story of getting sober in Long Beach CA. Like her I moved because I got married and now live in Van Nuys Ca and now I’m having problems fitting in. I am now listening to all of the speakers.
I love the experience strength and hope! I have not gone a day without out it. It has taught me to see the similarities not the differences God Blees this station 😊🙏
Thank you so much for the great speakers and the interviews at the end. You often ask the questions I was thinking! This podcast helps me stay sober. I love it and appreciate it so much!
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Keep Coming Back Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 149 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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