Podcast Coming Soon!

I love me a good recovery podcast.  I have been listening to a variety of podcasts since the beginning of my sobriety.  I have found a few good ones with great information and I have found some snoozers.  Good podcasts either tell a story of recovery or provide some advice on a common struggle faced in recovery.  The best do both. 

What I have found over the past year and a half is that there are not many podcasts that cover modern and alternative approaches to recovery.  There are several podcasts on specific methods, but very few covering the movement overall.  That is where I plan for OWN Sobriety to come in.  I am excited to announce that I am beginning to work on the launch of a new podcast covering the modern and alternative recovery movement.  The podcast will feature non-12-step approaches to recovery and the people who use them.  We will dive deeper into each of the leading methods and have some personal accounts of recovery.

I have wanted to start a podcast for quite some time.  It was one of my S.M.A.R.T. goals for 2019.  I’ve been in the planning stages off and on for about a year now.  It just recently became clear which direction that I wanted to take the podcast in to make it a unique offering on the market.  As I transition to do deeper research into these new approaches, it only makes sense to document my journey with a new podcast.  This is currently an individual endeavor but I may bring on a partner over time.

If you have used a non-12-step approach in your recovery and would like to be a guest on the podcast, please contact me so we can schedule a time to chat.

Stay tuned to the OWN Sobriety blog for updates on the launch of the podcast.  I am aiming for mid-to-late September.  Thank you all for your support and please be sure to like and share my content to help spread the word and keep OWN Sobriety growing!

Love Y’all,
Mike

One thought on “Podcast Coming Soon!

  1. I’ve been sober since 12/31/1983. 35+ years. I have never heard of any other means of recovery other than 12 step programs or rehab/detox programs (which once you complete what they have to offer they send you to a 12 Step program. )

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