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Flat-Pack Sober is your catalog of tips, tricks, and tactics to build the sober life that you want. I'm dedicated to interviewing sober superstars from all over the world so you can learn what has helped to keep them sober. But I wanna do more than that. What I want to do is help you to understand where they're coming from, and how they learn things so that you can judge whether their advice is gonna work for you or not. In other words, I'm not just trying to add to the massive pile of advic ...
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Welcome to The Sober Life Podcast! Here we discuss alcoholism, drug addiction, recovery and how to get sober. We even add a little humor and motivation for good measure. Learn from our host Eli Thomas and his amazing guest how sobriety is not "cookie cutter" but is possible for anyone!
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A podcast about Trudging the Road to Happy Freaking Destiny! Interviews and random soliloquies where we laugh, cry, complain, explore, and learn. All are welcome, No exceptions. Including those who are not in recovery but perhaps know or love someone with addiction issues or just want to learn more. Along with experts and practitioners who help people work through addictions and behaviors they want to change. These conversations will span limitless topics and though will be through the lens ...
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Have you wondered if that wine might actually be making motherhood…harder? Maybe you’ve questioned your relationship with alcohol, but you don’t want to go to AA and spend time in dark church basements. The Sober Mom Life is for YOU. Suzanne of My Kind Of Sweet and The Sober Mom Life is sharing all about her sobriety and what she’s learned in the 2.5 years since saying farewell to alcohol. She’ll also have funny, open, honest conversations with other moms who have chosen to live an alcohol-f ...
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How do I stop drinking? How do I cut down? Am I drinking too much? I’m sober but why aren’t I happy? Why do people stop drinking? If you ask yourself these kind of questions then this podcast is for you. This show is for people who want to learn how to stop drinking and learn to thrive in their alcohol free lives. If you have given up drinking, would like to give up drinking or are just plain sober curious this weekly podcast is for you. We have recovery stories to inspire you, experts to in ...
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Addiction has been a huge part of my life. The road to recovery is in motion. There have been many trials and tribulations involving alcohol and various drug use. ⁶ have woke up in parks, abandoned buildings,random people's houses, wandered the streets in numerous cities, lost jobs, ruined relationship s, woke up in detox facilities, hospitals and jail. There is much more that has taken place as well. The struggle is real!
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NEWSFLASH! - Our Breaking Free Program is open for enrollment until 30th May - get more info here I'm Janet Gourand, founder of Tribe Sober and I celebrated my 9th Soberversary on 23rd May, 2024! Most of our Tribe Sober members know my story – how I quit drinking and started Tribe Sober but as we are getting new podcast listeners every week I’m re-…
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Katie and I are here for another installment of SobrieTEA, where we spill the tea about our favorite escape: Bravo TV! This week we’re talking about the season finale of Vanderpump Rules, Brittany’s frustration at Jax’s drinking, the problematic drinking culture on Summer House, and Carl and Lindsay’s fight. Plus - PK and Dorit, Why budgets are bei…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever think there's a connection between putting together IKEA furniture and getting sober? The steps to sobriety is much like the methodical assembly of those Scandinavian flat-pack puzzles. Each piece, much like each day in sobriety, is a step in the right direction, building a stronger, more resilient self. The way you tac…
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Today, Kristen Beckett of @mocktailsandmarathons joins me for a great conversation about the false promise of moderation, the challenges of navigating drinking and sobriety with a partner, and the beauty of the online sober community. A fellow Wisconsite, Kristen grew up in a home where drinking was seen as a normal part of everyday life. After the…
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My guest today is Ben Loos, he’s a professor at Stellenbosch University and leads a neuro research group. His team focuses on neurodegenerative diseases and brain cancers, with a major focus on autophagy Autophagy is the body’s way of cleaning out damaged cells, in order to regenerate newer, healthier cells – a process which is essential to good he…
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As a younger child in her family, Kelsi always looked forward to having her first drink. Her older siblings made alcohol seem like the centerpiece of belonging, connection and fun. This perspective stayed with Kelsi throughout high school and college, and since she was still able to stay on top of life while rocking a hangover, she never saw it as …
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Send us a Text Message. Ever think there's a connection between putting together IKEA furniture and getting sober? The steps to sobriety is much like the methodical assembly of those Scandinavian flat-pack puzzles. Each piece, much like each day in sobriety, is a step in the right direction, building a stronger, more resilient self. The way you tac…
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Thank you to everyone who submitted questions through @thesobermomlife on Instagram! Today, Audrey and I are delving into the most popular topics that you asked. We’ll share our thoughts on non-alcoholic drinks, the challenges that arise in maintaining sobriety, how to handle it when your friends don’t handle your sobriety well, why we think that d…
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Today’s podcast comes with a bit of a health warning. Moderation is not something we recommend here at Tribe Sober – mainly because so many us were trapped in what I call the moderation swamp. We tried (and failed) over and over again to moderate our alcohol intake – all because we counldn’t imagine life without out gass of wine! Personally the who…
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Today’s real sober mom, Sara, is back on the pod after first appearing in November of 2022! If you haven’t listened to her first episode, be sure to check it out here. Today, Sara catches us up on how she’s been doing now that she is almost 2 ½ years sober - with sobriety, her family, and her personal life. We’ll talk about how dabbling in moderati…
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Madeline Campbell from Happiest Sober is on the pod today to share her unique sobriety journey. You guys, Madeline quit drinking in her 20s. Can you imagine?! One of the biggest reasons why Madeline began to question her drinking so early in life is because she had a great role model growing up: a sober mom. Today, we talk about Madeline’s childhoo…
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Today’s guest is going to give us a peek into Hollywood and the fascinating world of movies about recovery Ted Perkins worked in the film industry for 30 years and has a book out called:- "Addicted in Film, Movies We Love About the Habits We Hate" I’ve just finished reading it and it’s fascinating – I had no idea there were so many films about reco…
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Like so many small town girls, Abby’s first drink was a wine cooler in the middle of a field. Though she hated the taste, she learned that alcohol could be a tool to rely on: for an escape from her painful home life, as a way to fit in, and to help her ignore the nagging feeling that she didn’t belong. Throughout college and young adulthood, she le…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever think there's a connection between putting together IKEA furniture and getting sober? The steps to sobriety is much like the methodical assembly of those Scandinavian flat-pack puzzles. Each piece, much like each day in sobriety, is a step in the right direction, building a stronger, more resilient self. The way you tac…
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This is such a pinch me moment! The incredible Annie Grace is on the podcast. Annie’s first book, This Naked Mind, changed my life. And I’m not alone! So many women in the Sober Mom Life Cafe have had the same experience. In addition to being the bestselling author of multiple books, Annie Grace is the founder of This Naked Mind, where millions of …
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Today’s guest is Ken Middleton If you’re a regular listener then you’ll already know Ken and many of you have read his fabulous book which is called Bamboozled – How Alcohol Makes Fools of us all!" Kenis an interesting case because he didn’t embark on this journey because he was worried about his alcohol dependence… he did it because he realised th…
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Katie and I are back for the second installment of SobieTEA where we spill the tea about our favorite escape: Bravo TV! This week we’ll deep dive into The Valley, and Katie will explain why the pool party gave her ‘the ick’. Then, we’ll share our thoughts on Carl and Lindsay’s impending breakup on Summer House. Plus, Lala’s insemination party, the …
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Send us a Text Message. Ever think there's a connection between putting together IKEA furniture and getting sober? The steps to sobriety is much like the methodical assembly of those Scandinavian flat-pack puzzles. Each piece, much like each day in sobriety, is a step in the right direction, building a stronger, more resilient self. The way you tac…
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Society has done such an effective job of teaching us to restrict our emotions that it can feel hard to believe that emotions are a completely natural human experience. So many of us learned to reach for a drink when we started to feel an uncomfortable emotion, and we lost touch with how to feel anything at all. Learning how to feel your emotions i…
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My guest Sarah Rusbatch is a Brit living in Oz – she struggled with alcohol dependence for years but finally nailed sobriety and trained as a Sober Coach. She's also written a book called "Beyond Booze" which enables people to build an alcohol free life that we love! In this episode:- Sarah began drinking in her early teens It became a way to fit i…
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Today’s real sober mom, Ashlee, made a pledge to herself when she was young: she would never drink. Ashlee had experienced first hand the damage caused by a parent who drank, and she never wanted to be that mom. Yet, when she turned 21 and had her first drink, things got complicated. For her, it was ‘love at first sip’. Today, Ashlee tells the stor…
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It’s an exciting day on the pod - The incredible Emily Ley is finally here, and she is telling her sobriety story publicly for the very first time! In today’s episode, Emily will share about how she began to self medicate with alcohol to manage undiagnosed ADD, her silent sober curious journey, the doctor that completely invalidated her urge to qui…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever think there's a connection between putting together IKEA furniture and getting sober? The steps to sobriety is much like the methodical assembly of those Scandinavian flat-pack puzzles. Each piece, much like each day in sobriety, is a step in the right direction, building a stronger, more resilient self. The way you tac…
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Mike Waite is working to improve brain health awareness via behavior, nature, and immersive technologies. He teaches about brain health through his podcast which is called the Brain Shaman Mike is American but lives in Japan – he has a pretty wild drinking story about how he ended up in Japan so you won’t want to miss this one! In this episode:- Mi…
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In this flashback from May 2023, I’ll share my approach to sobriety, and how I found myself at the place I am now with alcohol. When I began my sober journey, I only knew what I didn’t want: I didn’t want alcohol to take one more day away from me. Now I know what I do want: a full, expansive and beautiful sober life. Your sober journey gets to look…
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Hey sober family and our entire listener community. Today’s guest is someone I don’t know personally which always makes for a different kind of interview. Anyone who hangs out in the rooms inevitably hears people’s stories because we have speaker meetings often. They remind us of what it was like, what happened and what it’s like now. I love explor…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever think there's a connection between putting together IKEA furniture and getting sober? The steps to sobriety is much like the methodical assembly of those Scandinavian flat-pack puzzles. Each piece, much like each day in sobriety, is a step in the right direction, building a stronger, more resilient self. The way you tac…
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Today, Audrey and I are tackling a big topic: Why we believe pregnancy does not count as a true sober experience. We know that might sound harsh, but stick with us! Because our goal in today’s episode is to empower you to see all that sobriety has to offer you that you didn’t experience during pregnancy. We lay out how sobriety differs from pregnan…
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Today’s guest is Sober Coach Carolyn Clark who has an inspiring recovery story to share. Not only is she thriving in her alcohol free life but she’s running sober retreats in Bali! WE never know whats round the corner when we embark on this journeyWe really have to trust the Universe…ditch the booze, do the work… and the magic will happen I bet Car…
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Kelly is a mid-40’s mom of three, on again/off again stay at home mom who is working on figuring how to navigate a new ADHD diagnosis and sobriety. She began her drinking career in high school like many of us. It wasn’t her favorite, due to the lack of control she felt when drunk. Between joining the military at 20 and then being a mom not wanting …
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Send us a Text Message. Ever think there's a connection between putting together IKEA furniture and getting sober? The steps to sobriety is much like the methodical assembly of those Scandinavian flat-pack puzzles. Each piece, much like each day in sobriety, is a step in the right direction, building a stronger, more resilient self. The way you tac…
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If anyone can make sobriety look glamorous, it’s Morgan Matkovic. Morgan is a lifestyle blogger, special needs advocate, mother, and author. On top of all that, she is almost three months sober! Morgan and I have been blogging buddies for nine years, and I am so happy that our paths have crossed in this wonderful way! Today Morgan talks about the r…
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Today’s guest is the wonderful Ann Dowsett Johnston who many of you will have heard of – she is a pioneer of the modern recovery movement and published her book "Drink" back in 2013 – which makes it one of the very first QuitLit books In this episode:- Ann's book Drink has been out for more than a decade and is still selling well – her TED talk has…
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Katie joins me today for the first episode in a new series: SobrieTEA! Like so many sober moms in our community, Katie and I are both obsessed with Bravo. Plus, Katie is plugged into the reality world professionally! So today we're here to spill all the tea from the Bravo world, with a special lens on how alcohol plays a role. In this episode we ta…
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Erinn O’Neill of the 2 Sober Girls Podcast joins me today! Erinn is a big proponent of AA, and she should absolutely be in charge of the organization's rebrand. She was so kind to answer all of my burning questions about AA, and her approach to sobriety is so soulful, light and non-judgmental! In this episode Erinn shares her sobriety journey, how …
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Immerse yourself in a riveting episode of Tribe Sober as we chronicle the intriguing journey of Niamh, an Irish singer and mother of three in Spain, who valiantly overcame alcoholism and carved out a fulfilling, alcohol-free lifestyle. Learn how she dared to break free from deceiving social norms buried deep under heavy drinking. Gain profound insi…
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Growing up, Kara felt like her father had chosen alcohol over his family. He was in and out of rehab for alcohol addiction when she was young, which ultimately led to her parents divorce. Kara’s mom remarried when she was four and Kara grew up in a blended family of six kids. Though it was a great family life, with so many kids in the house there w…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever think there's a connection between putting together IKEA furniture and getting sober? The steps to sobriety is much like the methodical assembly of those Scandinavian flat-pack puzzles. Each piece, much like each day in sobriety, is a step in the right direction, building a stronger, more resilient self. The way you tac…
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Lifestyle reporter Rachel Paula Abrahamson recently penned the article Sober Moms are challenging wine mom culture one playdate at a time for Today.com, and I am honored to welcome her to the show for her first podcast conversation about her own sobriety. We’ll talk about how drinking became central to her life, the reasons she ultimately chose to …
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In this stirring episode of Tribe Sober, we delve into the powerful stories of those who undertook the Sober 66 Challenge. Host Janet Gourand, founder of Tribe Sober, embarks upon the exploration of the exceptional journey of transformation made by participants of the challenge. This is a tale of recovery and hope that inspires listeners to assess …
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