Here’s an idea. When you’re a closet alcoholic who’s quit drinking more times than you can count, start a podcast to hold yourself accountable as publicly as possible. Share your struggles, your triumphs, and every lesson you’re learning along the way. While you’re at it, invite others to share their stories of addiction and recovery so that you can learn from them and be reminded: YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Getting sober is just the beginning. Staying sober, and then becoming the person I know I’m meant to be is the real adventure. Join me?
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The host is wonderful but I want to hear the guest more than the host.
I love your all’s Sober podcast! I am newly sober for the millionth time. I can relate with you and your guests, plus it’s interesting. more
I listen every night almost and keep re-listening . I’m so glad I discovered this, the interviews give hope and great advice with the open intros. I so glad it didn’t end and nice to have the other hosts on now too. more
They should call it yuppie drunk white chick elevator. Get some good guests with real problems
I usually love your episodes but the latest one I just couldn’t connect with Lane who was interviewed - I don’t know why. I just had to share - she made it seem so easy. I really didn’t feel good after listening to it. I won’t stop listening though.
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Recovery Elevator launched 7 years ago and published 389 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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