The Seltzer Squad is a supportive space for those seeking and maintaining sobriety. We're not trying to be role models, we're just trying to hang out.
159 - Major Milestones: Surprise Edition
In this episode Kate let’s Jes in on a secret; a milestone for the Seltzer Squad pod!
158 - Instagram vs. Reality
In this episode Kate and jes talk about how sobriety looks online versus in real life. Expectations vs reality. The pretty side of sobriety and the ugly.
157 - Rational Recovery
After Jes hears about Rational Recovery on Midnight Mass, the girls decide to research the program further.
156 - Catch Up: Fall Vibes
In this episode of Catch Up with Kate and Jes the girls discuss how they got out of their summer bummers.
155 - Squad Questions 16
Another episode where Kate & Jes read listener submitted questions….. with a surprise update. If you have any questions you wanna ask the girls be sure to email them to email@example.com
153 - Patience
In this episode Kate and Jes discuss the importance of patience in sobriety. They take a look at how it can change over time and what it looks like to them.
Thank you for this!
This podcast is so therapeutic and incredibly inspiring! As someone who has gone back & forth with their relationship with alcohol, this podcast makes me feel less alone in my journey to be more self-controlled & aware. Thank you for being so raw with your listeners, it’s incredibly refreshing.
Great perspectives on recovery
The squad offers great perspectives on recovery.
Caution should be applied to guests like Ms Pugh because she is not an expert in addiction and could be detrimental to people who do have addiction issues given her clear lack of expertise and understanding of the topic. Please be warned of her dismissive and inaccurate beliefs.
Was interested in what I was hearing until one of the hosts started to mock therapists who refer to marijuana as a gateway drug. If you are going to talk about recovery, choose your words carefully and stay in your lane. What you say or infer can have destructive results for someone else. You have to remember you are dealing with people who are struggling with addiction. It’s not just about what you think.