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This is the podcast where we use the 12 step program of recovery to solve the alcoholic addiction problem. This is the podcast where life is seen through a 12 step recovery lens. This is a podcast about men and women who have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. We have discovered a solution, we have a way out. We have leaned how to live sober and happy. Join us on this journey called life.

Recovered Podcast Mark S.

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7 • 23 Ratings

This is the podcast where we use the 12 step program of recovery to solve the alcoholic addiction problem. This is the podcast where life is seen through a 12 step recovery lens. This is a podcast about men and women who have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. We have discovered a solution, we have a way out. We have leaned how to live sober and happy. Join us on this journey called life.

    Hobbies in Recovery

    Hobbies in Recovery

    Hobbies are important for everyone: they can act as a fun and healthy outlet, or even something that brings more meaning to your life. But they’re crucial when you’re in recovery.
    Early in sobriety, you may only have energy for therapy and self-care. But as time goes on, you’ll need to spend the time you used to fill with alcohol or drugs in healthier ways — that’s where hobbies come in.
    We’re not here to tell you what hobbies to pick up: that can be an exciting journey for you to go on! But we do want you to understand how having new hobbies can benefit and shape your recovery:
    Tonight, we talk about Hobbies.
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    This week,
    Sean, Tony, Sam, Chris, Falisha, Cristie, Nicole, Lorien, Mike, Joel, Todd, Betsy, Teresa, Tasha, Lori
    Made their Sustaining Partner Donations
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    • 54 min
    Self Compassion

    Self Compassion

    When you’ve been through the trials and tribulations of active addiction, you may have a hard time moving on. Those caught up in substance abuse often make poor choices and hurt others in the process. Sometimes, the 12-step recovery process can bring up shameful memories and negative thoughts about those actions. This is why self-compassion is crucial for those in recovery.
    When used as a recovery tool, self-compassion has shown to help people deal with the stresses of early recovery and better manage their emotions. It involves being mindful, but the practice also boosts self-esteem, reduces self-criticism, and allows the person to feel more comfortable in their own skin – qualities that are essential for lasting sobriety.
    Tonight, we talk about Self Compassion.
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    This week,
    Sean, Tony, Sam, Chris, Falisha, Cristie, Nicole, Lorien, Mike, Joel, Todd, Betsy, Teresa, Tasha, Lori
    Made their Sustaining Partner Donations
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    This episode is sponsored by
    Helen, McQ, Audrie, Teresa, Kurt

    They used the donation button found on our website at recoveredcast.com/donation

    • 59 min
    Big Book Weekend More About Alcoholism - Recovered 1276

    Big Book Weekend More About Alcoholism - Recovered 1276

    John K. & Michael K. of the Primary Purpose group of Dallas, TX going through the Big Book at the Big Book Weekend in Pratt, KS - December 2nd 2006
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    • 58 min
    Big Book Weekend There is a Solution

    Big Book Weekend There is a Solution

    John K. & Michael K. of the Primary Purpose group of Dallas, TX going through the Big Book at the Big Book Weekend in Pratt, KS - December 2nd 2006
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Recovery Partners

    Recovery Partners

    Unfortunately, relapse is prevalent for those of us who try to remain sober.  According to many reports, 40 to 60 percent of people relapse within a year of starting their sobriety. With the right resources, recovery partners, and support system, you can avoid relapsing. 
    If you’re new, set yourself up for recovery success!  First of all, get a sponsor and go to meetings every day.  After that, surround yourself with the winners.  Surround yourself with recovery partners.
    Tonight, we talk about Finding Recovery Partners.
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    Kim, Becky, Amanda, Shelly, Christy, D&E
    Made their Sustaining Partner Donations
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    • 59 min
    Big Book Weekend Bill's Story

    Big Book Weekend Bill's Story

    John K. & Michael K. of the Primary Purpose group of Dallas, TX going through the Big Book at the Big Book Weekend in Pratt, KS - December 2nd 2006
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    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Cbitsp ,

Love it

Listen to this podcast. Totally honest, real stuff. Helps a lot. Music is great.

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Frustration

Helped me so much. Thanks for this podcast.

I appreciate the unpolished presentation. It’s more honest/true to life.

Pinto R ,

Keeps me connected

Hey Mark. I want to thank you and leave a few words for you. I am new to recovery and I really enjoy listening to your podcasts. I can relate to your personal stories from this life in recovery. Keep doing these, you are being listened to and helping. In 4 months I have listened to all of your podcasts and now eagerly await each new one, Keep coming back!

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