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Paul Churchill
Recovery Elevator
Here’s an idea. When you’re a closet alcoholic who’s quit drinking more times than you can count, start a podcast to hold yourself accountable as publicly as possible. Share your struggles, your triumphs, and every lesson you’re learning along the way. While you’re at it, invite others to share their stories of addiction and recovery so that you can learn from them and be reminded: YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Getting sober is just the beginning. Staying sober, and then becoming the person I know I’m meant to be is the real adventure. Join me?
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 1,501 ratings
Best pod ever
Sober curious? No need to wait ... this pod did the trick for me - and still does!
sassy sobriety via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 05/03/21
Great
A great podcast. Love it 🤟
Rune from Norway via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 03/23/21
This is a great podcast, particularly for those living through early sobriety. Through the sharing of stories, host Paul Churchill’s and his guests, some of the major themes of addiction and sobriety are addressed. It has helped me beyond measure, above all with the realisation that I am not...Read full review »
Hbx4EVA via Apple Podcasts · Spain · 06/11/20
Recent Episodes
Episode 330– You change and grow and evolve and that’s a good thing.  You get better, wiser, stronger and make better decisions.  You can’t be afraid of that.   Tricia took her last drink on November 14, 2016.  She is from Dallas and is 40 years old.  This is her journey of living alcohol free...
Published 06/14/21
Episode 329 – I started to notice the expectations putting an expectation on things or a timeline or predict  reactions.  I try to do what I can every day and try not to put expectations on things anymore.    Dane took his last drink on October 11, 2020.  He is from Washington State, and he is...
Published 06/07/21
Episode 328 – the quality of my relationships with other people in the world is limited by the quality of my relationship with myself.   Adam took his last drink on December 13, 2019.  He is from Massachusetts, and he is 37 years old.  This is his journey of living alcohol free (AF).   Season...
Published 05/31/21
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