From Serenity Lane Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers, a new podcast about rock bottoms, moments of clarity and life after addiction. Featuring real stories from men and women in recovery. Hosted by Monique Danziger.
Will T Explains "Victory Through Surrender"
Will T. had it all dialed in: successful in business, lucky in love and generally kicking butt in life. An accident, early retirement and too much time alone with the bottle brought him to the jumping off point.
A Mid-Season Mini Pod with Larry S and Seth U
Larry has been around for years and years and years. Seth is just a few years in. They had a lot to talk about. Special guest host Erica Towe narrates this mid-season, mini-pod.
Leah B the Service Junkie
The year was 1984. The first Apple computer went on sale, gas cost a buck a gallon and Leah B came to the realization that despite a solid career and a good head on her shoulders, she needed to go to treatment for her drinking. 34 years later she has learned a lot about life on life's terms and the importance of "absolute, sweet surrender."
Kimber H and the Wheelbarrow of Trust
Kimber got sober young but she had to go through hell to get there. As she approaches her sixth year of sobriety she has some beautiful insights to share on the nature of trust, why service is important and reclaiming her power.
3. Larry the Invisible Man
Larry drove across the country in a VW bus chasing the dream of free love and easy living in Eugene, Oregon. The party didn't last, and eventually Larry ended up in treatment. 31 years later he's here to share what he's learned about life, love and long-term sobriety.
2. Lauren L on the Gifts of Recovery
Season 3 Episode 2: Lauren L grew up in a sober household rocked by heartbreak and loss. She would soon find herself struggling to accept her own alcoholism in the midst of building a successful career. A bottom brought her to treatment, but putting down the drink was just the beginning for Lauren,
This podcast is real, raw, and emotional
While I’m not a recovering addict I was married to one for 17 years. This podcast is the real deal and shows all sides of addiction, including it’s effect on relationships and family dynamics. It’s a must for anyone who feels like their on the recovery journey alone.
Some important parts get skipped over
I love the storytelling aspect of this show, but for transparency sake I wish the listener could hear how all these families are able to afford treatment at Serenity Lane. That part gets skipped over, but in reality, money can decide whether or not an addict even has a path to sobriety.
Could help save lives
This is an incredible podcast sharing stories of people struggling with and recovering from addiction. Please share with any loved ones who may be facing similar issues.