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This podcast aims to create an environment of compassion for individuals caught in the destructive grip of the addictive process. It works to deliver real hope to people who are suffering from addiction’s painful impact. Recovery does not end with sobriety or even rehab, so it’s important to take advantage of resources that can help you maintain a substance-free future. These radio-style chats are perfect for even the busiest lifestyle and can be listened to in the comfort of your own home or on the go.

Jes Valentine and Kate Zander are two friends who gave up drinking and started a podcast. This fairly new venture was started because they were sick of going to a bar and watching their friends get drunk. So, instead, they’re on a mission to create a community about getting sober, talking shit and, yes, drinking seltzer.

Recovery is Possible

This is the story of survival, of drug and alcohol addiction, through the strength of a mother’s love and with a family who pulled together unconditionally—to save one of their own. A mother’s love for a child is everlasting, yet, facing addiction, can place a soul-wrenching strain on a mother’s heart, pushing it beyond normal limits. Yet each day, the pain pushed her closer to the edge, almost beyond reach. Maybe you are here in desperate need, filled with despair, and a driving desire to understand what to do? About the author, Ana Lozano Harmon enjoys family gatherings at home believes togetherness keeps unity within the family circle.

  • With a focus on women, Jessica brings to her show sober “boss babes” and provides a fun and useful resource for modern-day sobriety with 4.5 stars out of 227 reviews.
  • Hearing other people’s stories can provide hope, encouragement, and relief.
  • If we take the time to learn what is important to us and what tools we need our personal toolboxes then we can survive any storm that is presented to us.
  • SGBC is a recovery community full of resources and inspiration for Black women navigating recovery, sobriety, or just looking to live a happier, healthier life.

While sometimes it’s tempting to focus on surviving just the next day, month, or year, Howard draws your attention to long-term goals. Five, ten, twenty years down the road, where do you see yourself? Jean has been sober since 2011 and was awarded the 2017 Hope Award from SheRecovers for her achievements in recovery advocacy.

Sobriety & Self-Belief with Vasavi Kumar

Many of us are familiar with the term sober curious or sober curiosity, and it’s thanks to Ruby Warrington. She’s the author of the Sober Curious book series, host of the Sober Curious podcast, and a well-known sober house thought leader in the sobriety community. Additionally, Ruby is also the co-founder of the sober curious event series “Club Soda NYC”, and the online spiritual mentoring program Moon Club.

  • Her mission is to help others choose, moderation, abstinence, sobriety or recovery from busyness, overuse or addiction to alcohol, other substances or unhealthy behaviors.
  • Through lively discussions based on lived experiences, research and experts in the field, the hosts unpack the ways recovery has been limited.
  • Today, TSG is one of the top recovery podcasts, with millions of downloads across multiple continents.
  • Addiction has been a part of host Duane Osterlind’s life from the age of seventeen.
  • Listen to today’s podcast and I talk about all the things that I am working on accepting.

Her mission is to help others choose, moderation, abstinence, sobriety or recovery from busyness, overuse or addiction to alcohol, other substances or unhealthy behaviors. With 158 episodes and a 4.5 rating out of 267, The Sober Therapist podcast continues gaining momentum since its inception. These podcasts can provide hours of diverse perspectives about sobriety and recovery. Hearing other people’s stories can provide hope, encouragement, and relief.

Yes, I’m Still Sober

Recovery podcasts are usually hosted by people who have experienced drug or alcohol addiction and decided to share their experiences and tips with others. Peer support is invaluable throughout recovery, so hearing the stories of others is always beneficial. If you don’t know where to begin your listening experience, here are eight of the best addiction recovery podcasts we’ve found. Listening to podcasts can be a valuable and enjoyable way to expand your knowledge, improve your mental health, and connect with others who share your interests. With that in mind, we thought we’d put together this list 8 of the Top Podcasts About Drug and Alcohol Addiction in 2023 as a resource for those in recovery. These 8 podcasts cover a wide range of topics related to drug and alcohol addiction, including the latest research, personal stories of recovery, and practical advice for those struggling with addiction.

Although not every episode is centered on sobriety, as a sober woman of color, Jocellyn includes plenty of conversation surrounding recovery. Ruby Warrington’s book Sober Curious was the book that started a movement of people calling themselves ‘sober curious’. The podcast doesn’t disappoint, in its quest to weigh the ups and downs of drinking and not drinking. Guests range from incredible movers and shakers like rock-idol Moby to authors, therapists, wellness coaches and more.