It’s clear that living life is no guarantee, whether you are guilty or not.
The number of profound moments will be dwarfed by the number of small, mundane choices.
If you don’t feel that same twinge of anxiety, know that the meeting is starting out a little easier for you.
If the ship is to be turned around, we have to allow for space for the about face.
My guest this week is Mike Dunford. Mike was introduced to drugs and alcohol at an early age and the progression of addiction took off from there. Mike bounced from job to job and soon found himself having experiences with the wrong side of the criminal justice system. Mike eventually found sobriety, one day at […]
You don’t have to like someone to love them.
When I was drinking, I wanted it all to stop so I could only cry. When I was dry, I wanted to cry but couldn’t, so I wanted to drink.
Iona Holloway started out life as a classic all-around overachiever. Despite excelling in school, art, and athletics, playing field hockey at a national level in Scotland and an All-American level at Syracuse University, she developed a crushing eating disorder. While keeping up external signs of achievement, Iona suffered in silence until she could take it […]
It is easier to sail with the wind, rather than against it.
“I don’t make music, I am a musician.” Today my guest is My Friend Bill, Bill Mather. Bill has been a professional musician for fifty years and shares his experience playing music, entering the professional world, and recovery from alcoholism. I met Bill in my first year of sobriety as someone who idolized rock musicians […]