If you are an alcoholic, you know how hard it can be to find sobriety and stay sober. It’s a never-ending battle that often leads to relapse and despair. But it doesn’t have to be that way. I am living proof that lasting sobriety is possible—even after 27 years of addiction. Now, I am a Sober Coach who helps others find lasting sobriety too.
I started drinking at the age of 13 while living in Los Angeles. To me, it seemed like everyone around me was drinking or doing drugs—my parents, other adults, and even some of my peers in school. At first, it seemed fun—a way to let go of the stress and pressures of everyday life. But it soon spiraled out of control into a full-blown addiction that led me down a dangerous path for several years.
I eventually lost everything—jobs, family, homes—and spent many nights alone in a bottle or intoxicated on drugs with no real friends or positive relationships in sight. For years, I felt completely helpless until one day something changed inside me; I was ready for a new beginning and committed to getting sober once and for all. I changed everything.
My journey towards lasting sobriety wasn't easy by any means; there were times when I wanted to give up and revert back to my old habits. The key was surrounding myself with people who understood where I had been but also believed in my potential for change. When I finally got sober for good, the feeling was indescribable. Suddenly all those wasted nights didn't seem so hopeless after all—they became part of my journey towards finding peace and purpose in life again.
It wasn't long before I realized how much this experience had changed me; suddenly all those years of pain made sense as they propelled me forward into becoming a Sober Coach who helps people recover from alcoholism too. By sharing my story with others through coaching sessions, speaking engagements, and online resources, I'm able to help other struggling alcoholics find the same strength within themselves that enabled them to get sober just like me.
Everyone has their own journey towards sobriety; however long yours may be or whatever challenges you face along the way, know that recovery is possible if you have the courage to believe in yourself and look ahead toward your destiny instead of dwelling on your past mistakes. With support from family members and friends who understand your struggles coupled with professional guidance from trained professionals like myself—you can break free from addiction's grip once and for all! After years of living under the influence of alcohol or drugs, it's time to take control of your life again! Start today by taking small steps forward towards lasting sobriety one day at a time; trust me when I say it will be worth it in the end!
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Coaching is an interactive experience where we discover your goals and your obstacles and use them to help you become and maintain sobriety.
100%! What happens in our sessions stays in our sessions, just like seeing a therapist.
The time that your coaching process will take depends on the complexity of your goals and your commitment and openness to your process.