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That First Step Towards Recovery with Theo Bill

Sometimes it’s not a huge, dramatic leap that changes our lives, but one small first step towards recovery that triggers an inner and outer transformation. Today’s guest is Theo Bill. He is an entrepreneur and life coach who used to be overweight due to his emotional eating and a bottle-a-night wine habit. In 2015, Theo was in the middle of a stressful move, facing the possible bankruptcy of his company, and the crumbling of his 9-year relationship. He knew he wasn’t in a life-threatening situation, but he still wondered, when everything was falling apart, what was the point of getting up in the morning? Theo knew he wasn’t [...]

By |2019-09-03T14:12:22+00:00September 3rd, 2019|Alcoholism, Male Speaker, Podcast|0 Comments

Self-Made and Sober with Andrew Lassise

Are your beliefs serving you? Could they be keeping your from reaching your full potential? Or worse, could these preprogrammed beliefs be destroying you? Today’s guest is business coach and serial entrepreneur, Andrew Lassise. He hosts the Self Made & Sober Podcast and and is the founder of multi-million dollar company, Rush Tech Support. Andrew talks about getting off autopilot, doing the important things, and using service as the foundation of success. He also shares how a person with a skeptic, logical brain can embrace spirituality. It’s time to start asking yourself the right questions! Self Made and Sober With long-term sobriety, Andrew views the Self Made and [...]

By |2019-08-23T15:04:08+00:00August 27th, 2019|Alcoholism, Male Speaker, Podcast|0 Comments

Mastering Midlife Addiction and Recovery with Mark J. Silverman

Who are you really? What words do you use to label yourself? What is your purpose in this world? Most importantly, does this identity serve you? Today we have Mark J. Silverman on the Recovery Revolution. He is a successful professional, coach, author, and the host of the Mastering Midlife Podcast. He's also a recovering alcoholic, drug user, and sex addict. After enduring a childhood of trauma, Mark was on a mission to destroy himself. Even when he got sober, he was designing his exit from this world. Today, Mark is joyful and creative. He has let go of both the positive and negative identities he had for [...]

A Military Spouse in Sobriety with Jessica Barone

Jessica Barone is celebrating one year of sobriety from alcohol and cocaine. She is a military spouse of 11 years, married for almost 14 years, mother of four, college student, and freelance face painter. Expectations, heartache, and an inability to cope, eventually lead to her downward spiral with drugs and alcohol. When God told her to go to rehab, she listened. Today, she has learned to accept things as they are, and knows that with love, anything is possible. The Myth of Happily Ever After We often believe that one day, when we get that job, or we find that person, or we accomplish that goal that we'll [...]

By |2019-07-15T20:07:09+00:00July 16th, 2019|Alcoholism, Cocaine, Female Speaker, Podcast|0 Comments

RR 230: The Power of Letting Go in Sobriety

What’s keeping you from fulfillment, success, and happiness? What are you holding on to that is holding you back? For those of you who haven’t listened to my live speech called The Power of Letting Go that I did at MicDrop Studios in Miami on May 5th, 2019, here is the live audio version. This is my personal account of how I became the hero of my own story. It’s about letting go in sobriety so you can move on to a new life of love and healing. Letting Go In Sobriety I can’t. I can’t. I can’t. As a life coach I hear this all the time. [...]

By |2019-07-08T14:25:09+00:00July 9th, 2019|Alcoholism, Cocaine, Drug addiction, Podcast|1 Comment

From Darkness to Light, Addiction to Recovery with Deborah Yager

  What’s preventing you from reaching your full potential and stepping into who you were meant to become? Often, we try to figure out what’s holding us back before we dare to push the boundaries of our comfort zone. It’s seems like the logical way, but this not only makes growth take longer, it can also be used as a tool for procrastination. It can take years to unpack all the baggage and analyze where our fears and blocks hide. But if you jump before you’re ready, your places of resistance will jump out, allowing you to identify them and challenge them at the same time. “Leap and [...]

By |2019-07-02T14:52:27+00:00July 2nd, 2019|Alcoholism, Female Speaker, Methamphetamines, Podcast|0 Comments

Walking Through Fire with Anne Beaulieu

Anne Beaulieu is an Emotional Intelligence Coach, Keynote Speaker, and the author of twenty books. She was always a driven, successful woman who built the perfect image for herself, but deep inside hid a darkness and rage that closed her off from the world. As a child, Anne experienced horrific emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. A warrior emerged to protect her. She vowed to snuff out her heart and approach everything with cold intellectualism. At the same time, Anne was addicted to pleasing others. She felt responsible for everyone around her. She was emotionally unhealthy, and this was reflected in all her relationships. Finally, Anne had no choice [...]

By |2019-06-10T21:44:34+00:00June 11th, 2019|Alcoholism, Codependency, Podcast, Trauma and Abuse|0 Comments

RR 222: The RRC Author Spotlight with David Clark

Today we have David Clark back on the show for an exclusive Recovery Revolution author spotlight. He is the author of Out There: A Story of Ultra Recovery and is here to talk about his new book, Broken Open: Mountains, Demons, Treadmills And a Search for Nirvana. Learn about the deep cathartic effects of writing and running and how they allow you to deconstruct who you were, helping you to eliminate false identities and self-limiting beliefs while also leaving a blank page to build a new ultra version of you! David Clark DAVID CLARK lives just outside of Boulder, CO. He is a father of three, an accomplished endurance athlete, [...]

By |2019-05-14T14:06:41+00:00May 14th, 2019|Alcoholism, Author Spotlight, Podcast|0 Comments

RR 221: Kicking and Screaming with Britt Taylor

Britt Taylor is a renaissance woman. She's a mom, martial artist, actress, athlete, health enthusiast, and the lead singer of a band. It's hard to believe for most of her life she was a heavy drinker. Britt is the child of divorced parents and started drinking at an early age. She always had a deep-rooted fear that if anyone knew who she really was, they would discover that she was unlovable. Britt used alcohol as a buffer between her and other people. She was always social, but never deeply connected with anyone, leading her to years of loneliness. At the age of twenty-eight, she remembered repressed memories of [...]

By |2019-05-06T15:29:48+00:00May 7th, 2019|Alcoholism, Podcast|0 Comments

Addiction, Recovery, and PTSD with Tia Johnson

  Tia Johnson is part of the Recovery Revolution sobriety community, a nursing student, and a woman in recovery. Besides the triggers every addict must face, Tia has to navigate PTSD triggers without turning to drinking or self-harm, which were her coping mechanisms in the past. Tia has undergone an amazing transformation and has discovered the key to recovery. Find out what it is in this episode!   DONATE If you would like to Donate to The Recovery Revolution you can do so using PayPal! The entire amount of your donation will go towards maintaining and growing the show. To Donate now click on the Donate Button below! HP Baby!

By |2019-02-25T15:36:07+00:00February 26th, 2019|Alcoholism, Podcast, Uncategorized|0 Comments