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 Hello, all my recovery enthusiasts! I have created this specific page to talk about topics related to addiction/alcoholism. I am so excited to now have a Facebook page dedicated to that as well and maybe some of you came to this page from there. So First of all welcome. I am a recovery coach as well as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor but more important I am a woman in recovery. I have developed a program through trials and tribulations and would love to share it with you all.

 Several years back I was stuck. I had become overwhelmed with my new life in recovery. I had had some time before in recovery and I was determined to make it work this time. But I was stuck, stressed, and frankly disappointed in my new life. The 12 step program was a huge help to me but I needed more. I started looking into other programs such as Refuge Recovery, SMART recovery, rational recovery. I also started reading up on DBT, CBT, NLP and I didn't find the answers in any one of them. I had found answers in ALL of them. I had utilized the years of previous recovery experience along with all the programs I was learning and combined them into what I live today, an amazing life. 

I have developed a way to dig deep and find what makes me want to do things, my WHY of life. I am able to deal with my emotions and feelings in a way I have ever done before. I am almost never stressed, I avoid overwhelm and I have so much more energy and zest for life. I have found a way to live my best life and I can show you too. 

I would like to give you a free online session called  Emotions  👈 click here for access. It would be my pleasure to serve you.

You can also follow me on Facebook and Instagram. Or check out my other courses on Recovery Enthusiast.

Check it out and let me know if you have any questions. Drop me a comment. I would love your feedback 😊

Thank you for being you. Stay blessed <3


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