Did you miss our incredible interview with former NFL safety Erik Coleman? If so, here is a short best of video to catch you up.
In Part 2 of Episode 18 we pick up where we left off in Part 1, with Ken Seeley and Michael Gonzales. Topics in this episode include trauma, depression, food addiction, the success rate of rehabs, and improving accountability.
Here is a quick preview of our next episode, Part Two with Ken Seeley and Michael Gonzales. If you haven’t seen part one, check it out at RecoverySoapbox.com
Ken Seeley and Michael Gonzales from the A&E show Intervention share their expertise on a range of topics. Watch from our studio cameras or tune into the podcast as we discuss Ken and Michael’s stories, as well as suicide, incarceration, the war on drugs, ethics of the industry, meditation, and so much more.
In this short video from Recovery Day, Joe tells how the death of his father motivates him to stay sober and Rebecca talks about her cycle of prison and addiction along with the lose of her fiance to drugs.
This time on Recovery Soapbox we talk to former NFL safety, Erik Coleman. Erik tells some great NFL stories, along with how addiction affected his childhood and how it affects his friends in the NFL now. Erik played in the NFL for 9 years and is now an advocate for NFL alumni in recovery.
In this episode, these amazing women discuss insights on a range of topics, including short- and long-term recovery, the struggles of motherhood and addiction, the blessings of a sober life, the need for continuous self care, and much more.
In this episode of Recovery Soapbox, we discuss sex and love addiction and how it impacts individuals and the community. “It’s not about becoming sexually sober, it’s about healing the relational wounds underneath” – John Taylor
In this episode, recovery coach and author D.J. Burr and host Josh Hall dive into several topics, including self-care, surviving sexual abuse, codependency and addiction, and the freedom that comes with recovery.
We weren’t able to include all of the amazing interviews from National Recovery day. However, we felt many of them still needed shared! We’re excited to bring you more of the inspiring stories we collected.